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Past posts

UoB Orienteering Club News 15/10/2017
15.10.2017

UoB Orienteering Club News 08/10/2017
09.10.2017

UoB Orienteering Club News 01/10/2017
02.10.2017

Ashton Court Give it a Go results
01.10.2017

Downs Give It a Go results
29.09.2017

UoB Orienteering Club Welcome Email 2017
22.09.2017

Welcome Fair Maze Results
22.09.2017

UoB Orienteering Club News 18/09/2017
22.09.2017

10th Anniversary Celebrations
10.09.2017

Race Reports Round-up 2016-17
28.07.2017

Stoke Bishop urban race 3/5/17
29.04.2017

A busy summer of orienteering!
15.09.2016

Stoke Bishop Urban Race
19.04.2016

BUCS 2016
22.02.2016

BUCS Orienteering 2016 Overall Results
22.02.2016

BUCS 2016 Relay Results
21.02.2016

BUCS Results after Individual
20.02.2016

Tom prepares to represent GB
09.02.2016

BUCS 2016
24.01.2016

New year!
16.09.2015

BUCS 2015
22.03.2015

November Classic
02.11.2014

End of Year Review!
19.06.2014

Tough racing at the JK Festival of Orienteering
22.04.2014

UBOC is crowned Club of the Year!
22.04.2014

New Spring/Summer 2014 Collection now in (Race tops)
05.04.2014

Men's relay sneak 4th at BUCS
21.03.2014

Bristol has a Southern Champ
20.03.2014

Merry Christmas!
20.03.2014

Stretching Sessions @ The Breakfast Roll
05.12.2013

BUOT Bristol in pictures
13.11.2013

El Classico
07.11.2013

Training, Racing & Treasure Hunting
14.11.2013

Sweeping the board in Ashton Court
05.10.2013

Fantastic first week for UBOC
01.10.2013

Old City Sprint Race Results
01.10.2013

Freshers!
12.09.2013

Bristol Old City Sprint Race - Sunday 29th September
12.09.2013

Aviemore 2013
12.09.2013

New Website
17.07.2013

El Classico

07-11-2013

Eight intrepid members ventured to the south coast this weekend, for a hard weekend of racing among the urban jungle of Salisbury and the beautiful autumnal New Forest.

Saturday saw the inaugural Salisbury city race, seeing fast twists, changes of speed, with special navigational challenges traversing a plethora of local schools. Special mention goes to Ed, in the Mens open, in his first ever competitive event.

After some refreshing swimming at Bournemouth beach, we spent the night at Matt's house. Day two saw the Deer and Ponies of the New forest, in a classic race round the mixed woodland plantations.

Congratulations go to Kit, who's speedy time of 46 mins saw him win the 8.2 km short brown course. Duncan found himself in a 12km head to head race with the winner from Saturdays race, but lost time early on meant he dropped a few positions.

A high mispunch rate among other competitors meant they gained vital experience, as well as the reminder to always check control descriptions! Don't worry, we've all done it. A tiring, but rewarding weekend had by all.

Matt Whipple

P.S.Thanks to Oxford University OC for the headline