2021 Victorian MTBO Championships Scheduled for May

The 2021 Victorian Mountain Bike Orienteering Championships will be held in Victoria’s Central Goldfields region at Maryborough and Dunolly. There will be Sprint, Middle and Long distance championships contested over the weekend of 15 and 16 May 2021, which will also comprise the first round of the 2021 National MTBO Series.

The three event maps were first used for the 2019 Australian MTBO Championships. The Sprint and Middle Distance events are both within riding distance (<4 km) of central Maryborough. The Long Distance event is in Dunolly, just 24km to the north.

The events will be organised by Eureka, Bayside Kangaroos and Nillumbik Emus clubs. All events will use the new Sportident BS11 control units which have a range of 1.5 metres allowing contactless and fast non-stop punching at controls. All competitors must use SIAC sticks, which will be included with your entry if you don’t have your own.

These events will be subject to Victorian COVID-Safe restrictions that apply at the time. If any entrants are precluded from attending because of COVID restrictions, their entry fees will be refunded.

Check all of the details on the Championships Bulletin here.

https://eventor.orienteering.asn.au/Documents/Event/10341/1/BULLETIN-1

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