If you are attending the O-Lite event at Esholt on Saturday, 22nd October, be sure to bring your dibber as SI will be used at the event!
Entries now open. Race around Saltaire World Heritage Site and after the race enjoy the delights of Salts Mill.
Last weekend saw an exciting and challenging regional squads competition in Scotland with five AIRE juniors in the YHOA squad. The Individual day took place on Cambus O’May with tough technical and physical courses, planned by Jonathan Musgrave.
Congratulations to Dad Neil and Daughter Evie who were M45 and W14 Champions respectively at the Middle Distance Championships held in June at Leith Hill in Surrey.
Best results at the Welsh 5 Days
20 AIRE members competed at the Croeso 2016 5 day competition in the last week of July. Best results were achieved by Eve Conway W14A 2nd, Natasha Conway W45L 5th, Neil Conway M45L 8th
A number of Airienteers raced in the short, sharp Danefield Relay on Tue 5th July
Picnic and Prize-giving!
An excellent event, planned by Laura King with assistance from Lucy Haines, and organised by Lindsey and Rob King.
A note from Laura:
'Thank you to everyone who attended the AIRE score event and picnic on Sunday at Golden Acre Park. This was my first time planning and organising an event so the score style was ideal. Thanks to Tony Thornley for giving me some guidance and printing the maps.'
The first weekend in July saw a host of Orienteers, including several Airienteers, take on the 37th Saunders Lakeland Mountain Marathon, with success for father and son team Matt and Adrian Hall in the highly competitive Bedafell Class
Steep but interesting, and no rain (at least in the morning).
We had the benefit of an enhanced Roger Lott map, which planner (also Roger) made good use of.
Lots of positive comments about Leon Foster's urban courses at Giggleswick. A lovely morning and interesting orienteering throughout. Yet again, I screwed up at the end in the complex school buildings. Photo shows Richard discussing his superb routes with Leon. Many thanks to all who helped.