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MTBO Middle Distance Championships

Saturday July 20th, Dryandra Woodland (near Narrogin)

Organising Club: KO
Setters: Shane Lewis
Organisers: TBA

Courses: Courses and Classes available
Distance noted is shortest possible ride
How age classes work

Course 1 :     20 km for M21
Course 2 :     14 km for W21, M17-20, M40
Course 3 :     12 km for W17-20, W40, M16, M50.
Course 4 :     8 km for W14, W16, W50, W60,  W70, M14, M60, M70

Entries: Championship is via Eventor.
Entry queries and assistance please contact Ken and Carol Brownlie on phone 9446 3457.

Entries close: Monday July 15th 2013. No late entries to the championships will be accepted.

All courses will be available for non-championship rides by registering on the day at Standard Event Fees for solo or group participation after championship starts. You may have to copy your course on to a map yourself.

Awards will be presented in all championship classes and all place-getters acknowledged. To be eligible for the trophy as State Champion the M21 and W21 winners must be full financial members of OAWA and WA residents.

First start: 1.30pm
On the Day Registration: 1.30 to 2.30pm
Last start: 3.00pm
Course Closure: 4.30pm

Map: Dryandra MTBO revised 2013. Scale 1:10,000 or 1:15,000. 5m contours.
Routes marked in the old 3 grades of riding difficulty.

Accommodation: The Lion’s Village is NOT available. Campers may use the Congelin camp ground about 10 km from the event, or visit www.dryandratourism.org.au/regions/narrogin/ for other possibilities.

Directions: Eventor link with Google Map

OWA Sponsors

Australian Sports Commission
Department of Local Government,Sport and Cultural Industries
Healthway

Acknowledgement of country

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Orienteering WA acknowledges the Noongar people, the Traditional and continuing Custodians of the land on which we gather to enjoy our sport, and pay our respects to Elders past and present.