Date: Saturday 3rd August 2013

Calling all women orienteers! Feeling like there is room to impove your orienteering? Why not come to the Women's Training Day to enjoy some training, tips and coaching advice in the supportive company of your fellow women orienteers. 

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Location: Training will be on the north western part of John Forest National Park map (the nice part near Pechey Road).


Start Time: 10:30am   
There will be one training activity prior to lunch. Exercises will cater for all levels of orienteering ability.

Lunch break: 12:00ish
Lunch BYO picnic

Afternoon Session: 1:00pm
Two training activities taking us up to around 4:00pm

Evening Session: Dinner and Discussions

Lois West has kindly agreed to let us use her home (22 Nicholl Street, Glen Forrest) for an evening meal (probably soup, pizza and salad with tea/coffee and cake to follow).
Enjoy some indoor training “games” and general socialising

It has not been possible to get suitable accommodation for an overnight stay as we have done in the past. If it suits you, Lois is happy for us to camp out in her lounge overnight.
Others may prefer to travel home after the evening activities which should be completed by 8:30pm-ish. We will be using the OAWA event at Gunapin Ridge on Sunday 4th August as a training event.

Sunday 4th August: Gunapin Ridge Event
Join the coaches and use this event to practise. Before you run discuss your course with a coach and report back or arrange for a coach to “shadow” you on your course.

OAWA is subsidising the event.
Expected cost to be negligible.

What to bring:
Lunch for both days, ‘O’gear, wet weather gear, sleeping bag, mattress and breakfast items etc. if applicable.

More information:
talk to any of the following Carol Brownlie (phone: 9446 3457), Nicole Davis (phone: 9388 6541) or Helen Post (phone: 9246 2552)

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