Monday Evening Park Street Orienteering For fitness and fun Everyone is welcome Enjoy an evening stroll or a more strenuous challenge. Walk, jog or run – be as competitive or as casual as you like while getting to know your parklands and suburbs. Courses for runners and walkers. Are you looking for new training options or just a fun way to exercise? Park Street Orienteering caters for all. Monday series events are held all year round. Summer Series: October till April (daylight savings) – southern and eastern suburbs. Enquiries: Robert, 0483 801 052 or email [email protected] Autum and Spring Series: April till October – eastern suburbs. Enquiries: Michael, 0418 650 350 or email [email protected] Click here to read our participant guidelines, and to access maps from Autumn and Spring series events for anytime use with MapRun. Note: all Monday night events use the MapRun smartphone app. Download MapRun6 for your phone, or MapRunG for your bluetooth-enabled watch. Instructions available at the events. Traditional control cards may also be used. You will also need your smartphone to check in via QR code, and to enter using OTrack. No Smartphone? Ask us to assist – we’ll get you upa and running (or walking)! Monday Evening Events Summer Series October-March; Autumn/Spring Series April-September Check for events Monday Results Winter Series April-October Check your result MONDAY JULY 19 – KERRIMUIR AND BALWYN NORTH EVENTS CANCELLED DUE TO LOCKDOWN EVENT REPORT – FAB FITZROY The map lived up to its name, on a fab course set for MapLink in 2020 by David P. Where to start? Where to finish? So many dilemmas posed by the unique layout of the map. The oval shaped Edinburgh Gardens, juxtaposed with a typical inner urban grid of dense streets and lanes, meant there were at least 6 feasible options for first controls – and it only got harder from there! Scoring was quite generous; on Run60, Ricky got the lot in 45:01, Bryan did the same in 53:10. Arthur overlooked a 2 pointer, so his score of 98 points put him into third. Four other runners had scores in the 90s. On Run45, the field showed a clear split, with Jayne top scoring on 80, Sue on 67, and Louise on 64, all well ahead of the remaining participants. On PW65, Geoff earned 77 points, while Ros lost 3 points to score 74., and Lauris was hot on their heels with 72. Again the top three were well ahead of the rest of the pack. It’s very early days in terms of overall scores, but we have Steven, Vic (back to running) and Stuart leading Run60; Sue, Louise and Debbie heading up Run45, and on PW65 its a tie between Ros and Lauris, with Geoff in third. You can view and download all the event maps here, including next Monday’s Kerrimuir course, to use any time with MapRun6. We’ll be back!