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Foot O Little Frazzle

umunawebSunday 5th August 2018

near Beverley

Previously known as Pre-Frazzle, this challenging area consists of grazed paddock with very little undergrowth. Parts are quite steep and rocky. It is ideal for middle-distance courses with plenty of granite detail. The property is owned by Grant Hobbs who has generously provided access on several occasions.

A bonus is that it’s a State Orienteering League (SOL) event, so you can earn points for the Orienteer of the Year as you run. Learn what the SOL is all about. Check the events to attend in 2018, what course to run for this event and how to earn points. No pre-entry required.

Registration: 9.00am – 11.00am
Start Times: 9.30am – 11.30am
Courses Close: 1.00pm
Facilities: water at start, toilets, cake stall
Bring: E-tag, compass, (or rent on the day)
More Information: The map scale is 1:5000 with 2.5m contour interval. Courses are set with expected winning times of 25 to 35 minutes. There will be no water on the courses so please carry your own if you think you will need it. Full course lengths and climb in Eventor

Why not car pool and share the driving and help the environment

What not to bring: your dog! Please remember dogs are not permitted at any bush event.

Event directions in Eventor

WA Club Relays and NavDash

charlotteNoelSunday 12th August

Location: Edith Cowan University, Joondalup

The 2018 Interclub Relays will be at on the popoular ECU Joondalup sprint campus map. Up for grabs is the Rutty Rock Club Relay Trophy. Relay Orienteering is fast, furious fun as the runners come through tagging their team mates. You can compete, spectate and cheer on your fellow club runners as the race unfolds.

There will also be regular NavDash Enter on the Day (EOD) courses available after the relay event has been run with a hard, a moderate or easy course available. Individual Enter on the day runs do not require pre-entry.

Event Directions via Eventor

2018 WA MTBO Championships

Tash725th - 26th August

The weekend has two great events to tempt all levels and ages of MTBO riders. First up is the WA State Middle Distance Championships on saturday afternoon at Roleystone. On Sunday morning enjoy the WA State Long Distance Championships to be held at Kalamunda.

Great riding and course setting on maps close to Perth. So enter now to experience the best of MTBO in Western Australia. Stay for the presentations and post event BBQ on Sunday at Farrell Grove. Pre-entry now open via Eventor and you can also find all course details and event directions there too!

MTBO 2018 Middle Distance Championship

MTBO 2018 Long Distance Championship

Entry for Championhsip courses closes on Monday 20th August

Two recreational enter on the day courses will be available for each event.

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