• Saturday, 27 January 2024

Bibra Lake

There was a good turnout to the event with a large number of new competitors and family groups attending on the long weekend. The map covered the winding streets of the suburb of Bibra Lake and limestone paths around the eastern side of the lake.

The long and short courses ended up within the desired distances, however the medium course could have done with an extra control as the winner's distance was only 4.1km.

On the short course, the winners were (female and male respectively) Carol Brownlie and Robert Graieg, on the medium the winners were Amy Dufty and Rohan Braid, and the long winners were Rachel West and Sten Claessens.

As always, the event would not have happened without our volunteers. Thank you to setter Kate Braid, with assistance from Ceri; Melinda and Rosalie on the computer; Heike for instructing; and to our control collectors Volker, Sten, Rohan, Jenny, John, Heike, Tim, Wendy and Dave.

Results are in Eventor, and you can check out controls visited, splits and more on the details page.

Upload your track to Livelox and compare your route choices with those of your fellow orienteers.
Note: As of December 2023, you can no longer use your Eventor username and password to log in directly to Livelox. You now need your own username and password. Check out Livelox documentation for more information on this change.

Check your place in the current 2023-2024 MetrO Series standings before the last few events of the season.

Photos: Finishers at Bibra Lake, taken by Kate Braid.

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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.