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Treat yourself royally to a weekend of premium bush orienteering on June 9 and 10, at Glenluce in central Victoria on the “Kookaburra Rises” map.  The forest is lovely and open, very runnable and smooth underfoot; classic spur gully terrain with some gold mining and scattered rock.

On Saturday June 9, DROC presents Autumn Bush Series no 5, a middle distance event, but with two longer course options for those looking for additional distance – ideal training for those big races in the Northern Hemisphere. There is also a 6 km Power Walkers course.  Besides these extra courses, you can choose any one of the 9 regular courses – there is one to suit you!  If you missed the online entry cutoff, you can still enter on the day at Registration, subject to map availability.  Entry and Info Flyer here

On Sunday June 10, MFR presents the 2018 Victorian Relays, always a highlight of the year!  Using the same arena, club teams will vie for glory and the Rockhopper trophy.  We want as many teams out there as possible, so plan now ask your club organiser to enter you!    Further information here.

 

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