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Orienteering anytime using a smartphone
MapRun is a free app that allows you to run a course without any physical infrastructure on the ground - instead your position is recorded by the phones’ GPS. You can run solo or as a group anytime and your time can be compared with others.
These courses have permanent markers at control points (also known as check points) with a code and an orienteering logo attached. All the controls are shown on an overprinted orienteering map that you can download from the Saxons or British Orienteering or in most cases obtain on site.
Well done to everyone who competed at Haysden, Saxons members who helped on the day and of course to Dave Kingdon for organising and planning. Planning was constrained by the flood management works, and by a gin festival in Tonbridge,...
We hope you enjoyed your run at Perry Wood - what a lovely evening for a run/walk/jog around the woods.
Generally maprun didn't ping for one or two controls per competitor, so here are the final adjusted results, and including those who...
This year's 2 race event was held in the grounds of Surrey Research ...
Four Saxons on a long weekend of orienteering and tourism
This July's 3 Days of Belgium was held at the east side of the country, in the 'High Fens'.
Southdowns' Events Jamboree: 3 events over a nice and sunny (as it says on the tin!) weekend
This is a bumper edition celebrating our 50th anniversary, so do have a look.
Other recent editions are also now viewable in Club Info
Saxons away in South Wales
Two days of orienteeing are over, with successes for some. To celebrate we held a fish and chips picnic in a local park in Abertillery
A weekend of Championship Orienteering in the South East
Three years in the making, the Classic (Long) and Relay Championships were held in forests not previously used for orienteering - a rarity in the south east.
CompassSport magazine makes annual awards for content and covers for club magazines. This year Graham Denney has won the Best Cover award for this image of the submarine, Ocelot at the Chatham Historic Dockyard.