Event Report: NavDash 1 Kuljak

Sunday, 27 February 2022

Kuljak (Black Swan Island), Ascot

There was a good turnout of orienteers at the first NavDash event for 2022. Eighty enthusiastic people explored the Island and the 'mainland' suburb of Ascot. The courses offered a mix of easy navigation in open terrain plus complex streets, paths and laneways on the other end of the bridge.

On the Easy course Zachary Rumball beat Quinn Lommers by 6 seconds, while Carolyn Read came third. Robert Graieg took first place on the Short course, 10 seconds ahead of Lachlan Braid, with Christopher Drury in third place. Oliver Martin came first on the Long course ahead of Craig Dufty and Liam Dufty.

Thanks are due to the setters, Kate Braid and Joseph Coleman. Graham Braid provided event support. IT support was provided by Melinda and Rosalie - thank you to them too. Thanks also go to those who collected controls, helped with the packup and towed the toilet.

Results are available in Eventor and you can check out other people's route choices in Livelox.

Photo: The start at Kuljak

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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.