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Don't forget that Ampthill is one of this year's WAGAL league events, the remaining events after Ampthill are High Ash in October and Rowney Warren in November.
Ursula has achieved 3rd place in the W80 class in the British Sprint Champs at Bath University. The campus provided a suitable technical challenge for all competitors, with route choices spanning multiple levels in the central complex.
Congratulations to Helen Bickle, overall winner of the W35S category at the Lakes 5 Days.
A number of other WAOC members were highly placed in the overall scores:
On Saturday 14th, a number of WAOC members led by Hazel organised a timed maze as part of the Cambridge Big Weekend Sports Zone. Over 40 people took part (mainly children).
Stephen and Jason represented WAOC at the Histon & Impington Community Feast of Sport in baking heat on the 1st July.
Here are the final standings for the 2018 Evening League all 4 events.
Individual event results are here:
WAOC had four winners in the Essex and Suffolk Schools Orienteering League (ESSOL) for this academic year. Alex Darwin won the Year 3/4 Boys league, Hebe Darwin came 2nd in the Year 5/6 Girls, Jemima Borrill came 2nd in the Year 7/8 Girls and Daniel Hague came 2nd in the Year 9/10 Boys.
Ex British Orienteering Squad coach interviewed in the tabloid press(But sadly not in the sporting section)
Here is a link to a Guardian article with an interview with Martin Bagness and a glimpse of what's in store at the Lakes 5 days this August.
Club Captain Janet Cronk, together with Sue and Peter Woods, travelled up to Morpeth on 9-10 June for a weekend of orienteering organised by NATO. This included representing the club in the British Mixed Sprint Relay competition at Pegswood on the Saturday, followed by a much longer individual race on the Sunday, which as part of the UKOL garners league points for the club.