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  • The Snap Sprint Series is back for February 2023! Entries are now open in Eventor for the first race in the series at Botanic Park on Friday February 3rdShort and long urban sprint style courses are on offer at all races in the series, as well as an easy course, and this year we have added a Super-Veteran age class.Snap Printing Hilton is kindly subsidising map printing again, also the Southern Arrows have obtained sponsorship prizes from Wildfire Sports and the Duke of Brunswick Hotel!

  • The first issue of SA Orienteer for 2023 is now available. Download here or go to About Us => SA Orienteer to view all issues.

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2022 Club Relays - Para Wirra

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The 2022 Club Relays were originally planned for August, but delayed until 16th October as the main organisers and course planners were not available at the original planned date.  So Max Grivell and Jack Marshall planned courses, and organized the event, with support from Jenny Casanova to control the event, and Simon Uppill to help with SI and the event software (and of courses the spreadsheet to decide the winning club).

The event was held in the northern part of Para Wirra NP on the last Sunday of the school holidays.  However this did not deter clubs from organizing a record number of team entries, 71 in all.  And many runners displayed the club shirts, including a new shirt for Wallaringa featuring the dingo logo.

Unfortunately the bush in Para Wirra has become thicker in some areas in recent years, so the start of the Hard and Moderate courses traversed some of the thicker bush in the first part of the courses.  Some track options were available, and the latter part of these courses traversed friendlier terrain.  The courses passed through a spectator control of a colourful inflatable rhino on the edge of the oval.


Our Facebook site has a series of photos and 2 videos of the mass start

  1. From the map distribution location
  2. Passing the start control

Team results are available on Eventor.

And the club results were as follows, YA had been on top for the last couple of years, but OH with a turnout of 20 teams and some good results, took the trophy this year. The points are calculated based on the results, allowing for the number of entries in a class, and the clubs participation as a percent of its membership.

Onkaparinga Hills - 33.99

Yalanga - 30.57

Tintookies - 25.42

Tjuringa – 18.07

Wallaringa – 10.69

OH Relay winners

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