Be Active State Middle Distance Championship
September 21 2013, Ngangaguringguring Hill
The Be Active Middle Distance Championship will be held at the popular Ngangagurringguring Hill map. The event is part of the State Orienteering League and provides you with an opportunity to enjoy a middle distance course within a two day weekend of orienteering.
If you enter the Be Active Middle Distance Championship you will participate in age class competition over a middle distance course that has multiple short legs and many changes of direction to keep you concentrating. OAWA’s Championship events provide all participants with friendly competition on courses suitable for all skill levels.
Organising Club: WOW
Setter: Dan Greig (9448 0840)
Organiser: Rosalie McCauley (9407 5036)
Controller: Ken Brownlie
Map: Ngangaguringguring Hill, 1:10,000, 5m contours
Courses: Available Courses and Classes
(distance are indicative and straight line)
Course 1 : 5 km Hard Navigation for M21, M20, M-35, W21, W20
Course 2 : 3.5 km Hard Navigation for M16, M45, M55, W16, W35, W45
Course 3 : 2.3 km Hard Navigation for M65, W55
Course 4 : 1.6 km Hard Navigation for M75, W65, W75
Course 5 : 2.4 km Moderate Navigation for M14, M Open B, W14, W Open B-12
Course 6 : 1.8 km Easy Navigation for M12, M14 B, W12, W14 B
Course 7 : 1.4 km Very Easy Navigation for M10, W10
Entries close: midnight on Monday 16th September 2013.
If you wish to compete in the Be Active Middle Distance Championship event you must enter via Eventor before the closing date.
After this time you are very welcome to come to the event and enter for Course 2, Course 3, Course 5 or Course 6. If you choose this option you will start your course after the last participant in the Championship event and you may have to copy your own course on to a map. Complete event fees.
• Guaranteed pre-allocated start time
• Plastic water proof map – no need for map bags if it is wet!
• Eligible for Awards and Trophies
Event Information: Start times and any additional competition details will be sent via email to entrants prior to the event, listed in Eventor and displayed at the event site.
Awards: The trophies for State Champions Middle Distance will be presented as soon as convenient to the first placed M21 and W21 competitors who are full members of OAWA and WA residents. Presentations will also be made to age-group winners in all other championship classes and place-getters will be acknowledged.
First Championship start: 1.00pm
On the Day Registration: 1.00 to 2.30pm
Course Closure: 4.00pm (please return to the caravan by this time)
Take Great Eastern Highway from Midland through Sawyers Valley for a further 10.5 km. Turn right onto Flynn Road and continue to the Assembly Area as signed. Park only on the left, eastern, side of Flynn Road.
Directions: Eventor link with Google Map