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Coaching in the forest

Coaching day Feb 2018

The Orienteering Foundation was happy to support a coaching day open to individuals and groups back in February 2018.  We were particularly keen to promote coaching of adult orienteers, who are often under-served, but also welcomed groups including juniors.  Details of the day are below.

Sadly the day saw very cold and snowy weather, but those who made it were either coached as individuals by Derek Allison who was assisted by Jo Cleary, or in club groups using the same controls but with their own training exercises.  Participants paid a small fee, and the cost to the Foundation was minimal, with Trustee effort restricted to supervising the excellent plans prepared by Derek.  We did a short survey of participants afterwards, and will be reviewing the results to decide whether to the day should be repeated in future.  Any further feedback is welcome. 

Sun 17 Sept 2017Read more…

Team photo during march

England team at the World Schools Champs 2017

The 2017 World Schools Orienteering Championships took place in in Palermo, Sicily, from the 22nd to 28th April. England took a full delegation consisting of 40 athletes and 10 coaches, generously supported by the Orienteering Foundation.

Tue 22 Aug 2017Read more…

4th in the Mixed Sprint Relay in 2016

Fuel the GB Team to WOC

The Orienteering Foundation is proud to be supporting a dedicated fundraising campaign to fuel the GB team at the World Orienteering Champs 2017 in Estonia.

Wed 31 May 2017Read more…

Scottish funding

Applications to fund Scottish projects

The Orienteering Foundation has previously received a substantial donation that is ring-fenced for Scottish orienteers and Scottish orienteering only, and we are actively seeking grant applications to access these funds.

Tue 30 May 2017Read more…

Annual report for 2016

The Orienteering Foundation's annual report for calendar year 2016 has now been published PDF.

Wed 17 May 2017Read more…

Orienteering Foundation Newsletter March 2017

Our March 2017 newsletter to donors and supporters.

Wed 8 Mar 2017Read more…

Peter Palmer 21 years old in 1953 just after he finished National Service at the RAF.

Peter Palmer’s autobiography

It is just over 13 years now since Peter Palmer left us. For many orienteers, his name is synonymous with the annual Junior Team Relay. But who was he and why was he so important to Orienteering in Britain?

In his remaining years he penned an autobiography which his son, Stephen Palmer, recently found again and has generously agreed to offer it in return for donations to the Orienteering Foundation.

Wed 16 Nov 2016Read more…

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