Another Superb Sprint Weekend Coming Up, October 26 and 27

SATURDAY

Sprint Into Spring race 4 returns to one of our favourite venues, Eltham College.  This highly complex school with its multiple levels, numerous fences, plethora of buildings and landscaped features, always gives us a very warm welcome, and makes for a challenging sprint.  The course planner is Callum White; despite his youth, Callum is a Sprint Into Spring veteran and will no doubt have plenty of tricks up his sleeve.

Parking and arena:
Parking is in the Sports Centre car park inside the college; enter via the main gate and turn right, through the boom gate.  Follow signs to the arena, which has adjacent toilets.

SI Air News!
SI Air will now be enabled for all Sprint into Spring events so if you own a SIAC stick don’t forget to register on the day with it! Air sticks can be ordered from Ian Dodd.

Sprint into Spring Jersey Points, results, maps and photos from Kurunjang are now available to view.
Visit vicorienteering.asn.au/sprint  for more

SUNDAY

How well can you navigate around secondary schools in the Macedon Ranges?
Central Highlands Orienteers (CHOC) are holding a series of Sprint events that will tie in perfectly with Sprint into Spring to give you an amazing season of sprinting! The first event featured a fantastic new map and complex course by Sophie Taverna.  Race 2 is on Sunday October 27 at Sacred Heart College in Kyneton.

  • Registrations from 9.30am: Starts 10-11am
  • Courses range from easy to hard navigation with distances of 1.5km-3km
  • $10 adults $5 children (U 21)
  • Map, coaching and loan of electronic timing device included
  • Families and children welcome! Walk or run, individually or in a group – it’s up to you!

Spot prizes will be on offer as well as prizes for series winners!

For more information visit https://centralhighlands.weebly.com

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