Orienteering Victoria 2019 Yearbook

The Orienteering Victoria 2019 Yearbook is now available. Read it online or download. 

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  • Orienteering Victoria 2019 Yearbook

    The Orienteering Victoria 2019 Yearbook is now available. Read it online or download. 

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  • Orienteering Victoria Planning Staged Return to Sport

    We're back! Park Street Pre-Season sessions will start on Monday June 1 - choose from 7 sessions on 3 maps, and sign up now! Geelong is starting back with Anytime streetO from June 10. Read on to find out how OV is planning its long awaited return to sport.

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  • OV – The First 50 Years – The 2000s

    The 2000s, when the digital age set in and revolutionised the way we orienteered.  Computers were used to make maps and manage all stages of most events.

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  • Course Setting Competition

    OV is holding a course-setting competition on the legendary Victorian multi-level sprint area – La Trobe University, Bundoora. People of all levels of course-setting experience are encouraged to take part.

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  • Set, Send, Share – Anyone, Any Map, Any Time

    Invitation to everyone to set a new course, send it in and have it shared via the Maplink-DIY library. New Maplinks from May 8 - Moonee Ponds, Mulgrave and a second course at Mullauna. NEW - check the colour coded Maplink Map, freshly loaded to the Library, to see where the Maplinks are (pink) and where we still need them (blue).

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  • OA Awards – Victorian Recipients

    Aston Key has been named as Orienteering Australia’s Athlete of the Year for 2019, and three Orienteering Victoria members have been inducted into the Orienteering Australia Hall of Fame.

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  • Nominations for OV Board Positions

    We are now calling for nominations for board positions. The positions which will be voted upon are President, Vice President x 2, Secretary and Treasurer.

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  • MSW Granite Hills Park – a Spectator View

    There were a lot of people going in all directions, reminding Russell of the Monty Python skit, “Marathon for Incontinence”. Check it out.

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  • Virtual Melbourne City Race

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