Summer Street Series 10 - Valentine- Wed 23rd Dec

PLEASE LET THE FINISH TABLE KNOW THAT YOU HAVE FINISHED.

Results:
Official Results - Eventor - click here
Raw Scores - MapRun - click here

Progressive Point Score - click here

Heat Maps - click here.  Which Controls were used the most?

Click here to see how you can watch an animation of yours and others previous runs.

Setter: Paul Killen and Ingrid Oblasser

Start: Bennett Park (near Boat Ramp), Dilkera Ave, Valentine

Parking: Bennett Park, Dilkera Ave and surrounding streets
Facilities: Playground and toilets. 

Start times: Start at a time that suits you between 5:00pm - 6:30pm (with 2 minutes planning time before your start).
Course: 45 minute score course with extra categories for Walkers (walking only) and Prams (jogging allowed with pram).

We will be using MapRun this season after the success of our MapRun Street Orienteering Trial Series (which you can still try). You will need to bring a smartphone with the MapRunF app which will register (and beep) when you get to each control and upload your score after finishing. There is now also the option of using your Garmin watch with MapRunG on course and link back to your smartphone when finished. You will no longer need an SI stick for timing or a pen/highlighter (unless you wish to mark your map in your 2 min preparation time) as there will no longer be questions to answer at each control. 

Your best 10 event results will go toward your Series Total.

Click here to download the Control Descriptions (if you would like a separate copy).  Control Descriptions are included on the back of the map.
Click here to have a look at the blank map.

PLEASE LET THE FINISH TABLE KNOW THAT YOU HAVE FINISHED.

Course closure: 7:25pm. 

 

 

 

Important Note: Newcastle Orienteering recommends that all competitors wear bright clothing or reflective gear throughout the season to enable drivers to see you especially if you are running near dusk. Please also take care when crossing roads and use recommended crossing points on busy roads. We also wish to remind competitors that listening to an ipod (or similar) while on course can be a distraction that may cause you to not hear an emergency warning or similar and as such are not allowed during these events for your safety.

 

 
 
 
 

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