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MTBO 5 Darlington

Sunday 28th July 2019

Kalamunda kiddo 2019Location: Owen Rd, Darlington

Venture up into the hills for some mountain bike riding on the historic Heritage Trail through the scenic suburbs of Darlington, Glen Forrest and Boya. The creeks are flowing and the waterfalls are worth viewing. The assembly area is near the Darlington Hall and right opposite the local Perrella’s Café. So grab a coffee and eats before or after your ride.

Three courses have been planned and are slightly shorter than normal due to the hilly terrain. The weather will be perfect with a max of 20 C.

Come and join BO Club for this adventure on the scarp!

Course registration times: 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Start times: 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Courses close: 1:00 pm
Please return to the assembly area by this time even if you haven't completed your course.

Event Report: WA Middle Distance Championships

Sunday 21st July 2019

Avon Valley National Park mid distance champs dangreig

Approximately 85 people (including 66 official competitors) attended the Middle Distance Championships at the Avon Valley National Park on a generally dry day.  The courses traversed a variety of moderately steep incised drainage and rocky sections with a range of vegetation from open forest to thicker, better-to-avoid bush.  Fastest times were mainly as planned, with the exception of the E course which was obviously too short/easy for Aldo Bosman!

Event Report: NavDash 6 ECU Mt. Lawley

Saturday 20th July 2019

Edith Cowan University, Mt. Lawley ECU Lucy

The ECU Mt Lawley State League Navdash event was held on Saturday afternoon in some wintry conditions. Courses were offered by first time setter, Ellie Sansom and they provided plenty to think about. There were lots of legs with route choice and plenty of twists and turns requiring competitors to work hard to keep up with the navigation. Thanks for all your work on the event Ellie. Ellie was assisted by controller Rachel West.

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