2019 VICTORIAN CLUB RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS – Mt Lofty – Sunday April 7

One of the highlights of the Victorian orienteering calendar is fast approaching, with the Club Relay Champs a little over a month away! Last year was the first use of the Mt Lofty map and many commented after their run that they’d love to see it used for relay so to those people- you got what you wished for! The map is filled with interesting spur gully shapes and a mix of both rapid-fast open forest and lower-vis regrowth (perfect for splitting up packs and forcing people to navigate on their own in a relay)

Information for the event is now on Eventor. Your club will appoint a relay manager to handle the entries and contact you about your interest in taking part.

Last year’s relays at Kookaburra Rises were a great success, we had a glorious winter day and some tight friendly competition! This year, the event has been brought forward to early April with every chance the weather will be mild and fine plus the competition is shaping up to be hotter than ever!

There are two documents on Eventor you can download, explaining the details.

Please also note the two key dates for entry
1. March 29, the closing date for clubs to enter their Team Structure (i.e. the number of teams per class from your club).
2. April 3 for all Team Line-ups to be finalised.
All competitors must be members of a club and Orienteering Victoria.

Club Relays Information and Entry

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