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Re: QOC Running Coach

Gary Smith
 

Hi Tom,

 

I’d be interested in this in principle.  As you know, I’m very slow and would like to improve to sort of slow.  Lately I’ve been averaging 10-11 min miles on my training runs (generally 5 miles) and managed a 9:32 pace in a recent 8K.  In the (fairly recent) past I’ve managed more like an 8:30 pace in races.  I’d like to improve to something like a 9:00-9:30 pace for training and 8:00 pace for races, if that is feasible.

 

Maybe we can talk more about this tomorrow.  Karla and I are both planning to come.

 

Best wishes,

Gary

 

Gary Smith

703-218-1801

 

From: Quantico_Orienteering_Club@... [mailto:Quantico_Orienteering_Club@...] On Behalf Of Tom Nolan
Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2012 2:30 PM
To: Quantico_Orienteering_Club@...
Subject: [Quantico_Orienteering_Club] QOC Running Coach

 

 

QOC Members --

I have an agreement in principle with an experienced running coach, with
whom I have run, to coach a group of QOC runners. The plan would be to run
through the summer and fall, doing specific workouts under his guidance,
with a goal of peaking for the NAOC in mid-October. He is not an orienteer,
and the workouts would not be designed for the non-running skills involved,
but they would be aimed at the kind of running we do, and would accommodate
our own in-terrain workouts. He would be doing this on a volunteer basis,
and would expect a certain amount of diligence and professionalism in his
runners in return.

In order to gauge interest in this activity, please respond to me if
interested (tom.nolan@...) and tell me a little about your
fitness level
and running goals. I can go into more detail about how this will work
after
I've heard from you.

I'm including a brief introduction in his own words:

My name is Jacob Englander, and I was until recently the head coach of the
University of Illinois cross country and track clubs. At Illinois, my teams
won two National Intercollegiate Running Club Association (NIRCA)
championships and four National Club Track and Field Association (NCTFA)
championships. I have worked with many athletes in various event groups, but
my specialty has been coaching the 1500 through 10000. I have coached
several college athletes under 4:00 for 1500 and 15:00 for 5000, and I have
had a very good success rate for keeping people healthy and improving.

Tom


Oregon Ridge streamer course

Francis Hogle, III
 

Please e-mail me at francish(at)comcast.net.

 

Francis Hogle


Re: SSS Saturday June 23 at Wheaton

Peggy Dickison
 

Sorry everyone for my note repeating this info! I need to download my mail before mailing…

That said, I hope I did add some additional information, so it wasn’t all bad.

Peggy

 

From: Quantico_Orienteering_Club@... [mailto:Quantico_Orienteering_Club@...] On Behalf Of Tom Nolan
Sent: Thursday, June 21, 2012 3:46 PM
To: Quantico_Orienteering_Club@...
Subject: [Quantico_Orienteering_Club] SSS Saturday June 23 at Wheaton

 

 

The next summer training event is this Saturday at Wheaton Regional Park. Starts are between 4 and 5 p.m. Start and finish will be at the far southeast end of the parking lot by the train station, at the end of Shorefield Road. As this is the "Summer Short(s) Series," full leg coverings will not be necessary.

The course will start out with a trail run on a marked route, approx. 4k. Along the route will be a number of trail-o controls. The object is to decide which of several markers best matches the mapped location and control description. You can go back and forth along the trail to look at the controls, but you can't go off the marked route. You can take as much time as you want, but you're on the clock. There will be a time penalty for each control you miss. At the end of the trail run is a sprint with normal controls, approx. 3k. The navigation will be easy. All are welcome, hope to see you there.

Tom


Summer Short Series This Saturday

Peggy Dickison
 

Hi everyone,

 

The first Summer Short Series event will be held this Saturday, 23 June, at Wheaton Regional Park. (Never fear, we won’t be going into the jungle-woods that Wheaton is notorious for.) Tom Nolan is the host. Here’s the information he has provided for the event.

 

--The course will start out with a trail run on a marked route, approx. 5k.  Along the route will be a number of trail-o controls.  The object is to decide which of several markers best matches the mapped location and control description.  You can go back and forth along the trail to look at the controls, but you can't go off the marked route.  You can take as much time as you want, but you're on the clock.  There will be a time penalty for each control you miss.  At the end of the trail run is a sprint with normal controls, approx. 2k.  As this is the "Summer Short(s) Series," full leg coverings will not be necessary.  Start and finish will be at the far southeast end of the parking lot by the train station, at the end of Shorefield Road.

 

Starts are from 4 to about 5. The cost for the event is $5. All proceeds will go to the US Senior Team, to help them attend the World Orienteering Championships later this summer in Switzerland, as well as to help them get to the North American Championships this fall.

After everyone is done, those of us who are interested will have dinner, most likely at the nearby Wheaton Mall. There is a food court and also a Panera ( J ).

 

The next couple upcoming SSS events:

Saturday, 30 June: Catonsville Community College (a new map!), hosted by Ted Good. There will be three course lengths (Long: 8.9K 360m, 14 controls; Mid: 7.5K  210m, 10 controls; Short: 5.8K  195m, 8 controls).  More information will be sent out next week.

Wednesday, 4 July: A trail run on the Catoctin Trail northwest of Frederick, followed by some lounging at the lake in Cunningham Falls State Park. This is purely just a trail run, on a hilly, rocky, single-track trail. It’s quite fun. There will be a few different options – the whole trail (point to point) of about 18 miles, a shorter run of about 12 miles, and an out-and-back from the finish for those who aren’t sure how much they want/are able to do (be forewarned that this option begins with a bunch of uphill). There *may* be a shorter version that doesn’t involve out and back. Logistics will be figured out closer to the date when we have a list of people participating. Further details to follow, but we plan to run early to avoid the heat and to be able to get into the state park before it fills up.

 

We still have some open dates for hosting, if you’re interested. There’s a lot of fun things on the schedule coming up! Keep an eye out for announcements.

 

Peggy Dickison

SSS Mistress

 


Oregon Ridge

John Miller
 

Does anyone know where I can get a map for the Oregon Ridge course?  I would like to do it this Saturday.



SSS Saturday June 23 at Wheaton

Tom Nolan
 

The next summer training event is this Saturday at Wheaton Regional Park. Starts are between 4 and 5 p.m. Start and finish will be at the far southeast end of the parking lot by the train station, at the end of Shorefield Road. As this is the "Summer Short(s) Series," full leg coverings will not be necessary.


The course will start out with a trail run on a marked route, approx. 4k. Along the route will be a number of trail-o controls. The object is to decide which of several markers best matches the mapped location and control description. You can go back and forth along the trail to look at the controls, but you can't go off the marked route. You can take as much time as you want, but you're on the clock. There will be a time penalty for each control you miss. At the end of the trail run is a sprint with normal controls, approx. 3k. The navigation will be easy. All are welcome, hope to see you there.


Tom


FW: [Quantico Orienteering Club] Land Nav practice

Tom Strat <tstrat@...>
 

Anybody want to give this person some orienteering instruction?

Please contact her directly at picketar@dukes.jmu.edu

Thanks,
Tom



------ Forwarded Message
From: Alyssa Pickett <picketar@dukes.jmu.edu>
Date: 20 Jun 2012 17:34:41 -0000
To: Tom <strat@alum.mit.edu>
Subject: [Quantico Orienteering Club] Land Nav practice

Tom Strat,

Alyssa Pickett has sent you a message via the Quantico Orienteering Club
website.

Message:

Hey Tom,

My name is Alyssa Pickett. I'm in the VA Army National Guard as well as a
cadet at JMU Duke Battalion Army ROTC. I'm leaving for training July 2nd and
wanted to get some Land Nav practice before i left. Do you know of anyone
who
could give me some solid training on orienteering/land nav skills here on
your course? I have had training but don't feel as confident in it as i want
to. We have a portion of our training that focuses on Day and Night Land Nav
that is graded. I want to make sure that i have it down before i leave. I've
been doing some things on my own to prepare. I have done a few courses at
Fort Pickett, but like i said would really like to get some more training
and
instruction before i leave. Would you or know anyone who would be able to
help me out? I would greatly appreciate it.

Thank you.

Respectfully,
Alyssa Pickett

------ End of Forwarded Message


Re: QOC Running Coach

John Miller
 

Oops, that wasn't supposed to go to everyone.


From: John Miller
To: "Quantico_Orienteering_Club@..."
Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2012 2:38 PM
Subject: Re: [Quantico_Orienteering_Club] QOC Running Coach

 
I would be interested if the sessions would be held in or near the Arlington, VA area during the weekdays.  I run 3 to 4 times a week, ranging from 3 to 8 miles, with a pace between 7:15 and 8:30.  I have a number of 6 to 12 hour adventure races for the rest of the year.  Goals are to increase endurance, improve form and handling of terrain.


From: Tom Nolan
To: Quantico_Orienteering_Club@...
Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2012 2:30 PM
Subject: [Quantico_Orienteering_Club] QOC Running Coach

 
QOC Members --

I have an agreement in principle with an experienced running coach, with
whom I have run, to coach a group of QOC runners. The plan would be to run
through the summer and fall, doing specific workouts under his guidance,
with a goal of peaking for the NAOC in mid-October. He is not an orienteer,
and the workouts would not be designed for the non-running skills involved,
but they would be aimed at the kind of running we do, and would accommodate
our own in-terrain workouts. He would be doing this on a volunteer basis,
and would expect a certain amount of diligence and professionalism in his
runners in return.

In order to gauge interest in this activity, please respond to me if
interested (tom.nolan@...) and tell me a little about your
fitness level
and running goals. I can go into more detail about how this will work
after
I've heard from you.

I'm including a brief introduction in his own words:

My name is Jacob Englander, and I was until recently the head coach of the
University of Illinois cross country and track clubs. At Illinois, my teams
won two National Intercollegiate Running Club Association (NIRCA)
championships and four National Club Track and Field Association (NCTFA)
championships. I have worked with many athletes in various event groups, but
my specialty has been coaching the 1500 through 10000. I have coached
several college athletes under 4:00 for 1500 and 15:00 for 5000, and I have
had a very good success rate for keeping people healthy and improving.

Tom





Re: QOC Running Coach

John Miller
 

I would be interested if the sessions would be held in or near the Arlington, VA area during the weekdays.  I run 3 to 4 times a week, ranging from 3 to 8 miles, with a pace between 7:15 and 8:30.  I have a number of 6 to 12 hour adventure races for the rest of the year.  Goals are to increase endurance, improve form and handling of terrain.


From: Tom Nolan
To: Quantico_Orienteering_Club@...
Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2012 2:30 PM
Subject: [Quantico_Orienteering_Club] QOC Running Coach

 
QOC Members --

I have an agreement in principle with an experienced running coach, with
whom I have run, to coach a group of QOC runners. The plan would be to run
through the summer and fall, doing specific workouts under his guidance,
with a goal of peaking for the NAOC in mid-October. He is not an orienteer,
and the workouts would not be designed for the non-running skills involved,
but they would be aimed at the kind of running we do, and would accommodate
our own in-terrain workouts. He would be doing this on a volunteer basis,
and would expect a certain amount of diligence and professionalism in his
runners in return.

In order to gauge interest in this activity, please respond to me if
interested (tom.nolan@...) and tell me a little about your
fitness level
and running goals. I can go into more detail about how this will work
after
I've heard from you.

I'm including a brief introduction in his own words:

My name is Jacob Englander, and I was until recently the head coach of the
University of Illinois cross country and track clubs. At Illinois, my teams
won two National Intercollegiate Running Club Association (NIRCA)
championships and four National Club Track and Field Association (NCTFA)
championships. I have worked with many athletes in various event groups, but
my specialty has been coaching the 1500 through 10000. I have coached
several college athletes under 4:00 for 1500 and 15:00 for 5000, and I have
had a very good success rate for keeping people healthy and improving.

Tom



QOC Running Coach

Tom Nolan
 

QOC Members --

I have an agreement in principle with an experienced running coach, with
whom I have run, to coach a group of QOC runners. The plan would be to run
through the summer and fall, doing specific workouts under his guidance,
with a goal of peaking for the NAOC in mid-October. He is not an orienteer,
and the workouts would not be designed for the non-running skills involved,
but they would be aimed at the kind of running we do, and would accommodate
our own in-terrain workouts. He would be doing this on a volunteer basis,
and would expect a certain amount of diligence and professionalism in his
runners in return.

In order to gauge interest in this activity, please respond to me if
interested (tom.nolan@verizon.net) and tell me a little about your fitness level
and running goals. I can go into more detail about how this will work after
I've heard from you.


I'm including a brief introduction in his own words:

My name is Jacob Englander, and I was until recently the head coach of the
University of Illinois cross country and track clubs. At Illinois, my teams
won two National Intercollegiate Running Club Association (NIRCA)
championships and four National Club Track and Field Association (NCTFA)
championships. I have worked with many athletes in various event groups, but
my specialty has been coaching the 1500 through 10000. I have coached
several college athletes under 4:00 for 1500 and 15:00 for 5000, and I have
had a very good success rate for keeping people healthy and improving.

Tom


Re: Oregon Ridge

John Miller
 

Francis,
If they are still going to be up Saturday afternoon, can I have a map as well?

Thanks


From: "Zerfas, Patricia (NIH/OD/ORS) [E]"
To: "'Quantico_Orienteering_Club@...'"
Sent: Monday, June 11, 2012 8:37 AM
Subject: RE: [Quantico_Orienteering_Club] Oregon Ridge

 
Francis,
Can I get a map
Patricia Zerfas
 
From: Quantico_Orienteering_Club@... [mailto:Quantico_Orienteering_Club@...] On Behalf Of Francis Hogle
Sent: Sunday, June 10, 2012 11:04 AM
To: Quantico_Orienteering_Club@...
Subject: [Quantico_Orienteering_Club] Oregon Ridge
 
 
All,
 
The streamers are still up at Oregon Ridge from the Wednesday training session for Eddie.  (I’ll leave them there at least for the month of June – somewhat longer if someone is interested.)  We’ll treat it like the traditional QOC 10k offerings of yore.  You are on your own, and at your own convenience.  Just contact me to arrange to get a map.
 
This was very nice summer orienteering.
 
Francis
 
 
 
 
 
-----------
 
June 6 at Glen Artney will be replaced by June 6 at Oregon Ridge.  Eddie has requested about 8k, some long legs with route choice.  I’ll set it so that a loop can be cut off for a shorter course.  The weather looks like 75 or a little less.  The woods are beautiful, and fast.
 
I’ll be there at 5:30.  I recognize that many of you will need to make it around the Baltimore beltway if you come; so, if you will let me know you are coming, I’ll leave a map on my windshield for you, and being there at 5:30 will not be important.  Please let me know if you expect to be late with ideal traffic conditions.
 
There is a good pizza shop nearby. (was!, but the Chipotle burritos were good)
 
Please let me know, if you will be there, and I will print a map for you.
 
Location is Oregon Ridge at the main (very large) parking lot (about 750m se of the lot we have normally used for QOC events and near the old ski slope).  We’ll be near the sw corner of that lot.
 
 



Re: Oregon Ridge

Zerfas, Patricia (NIH/OD/ORS) [E] <zerfasp@...>
 

Francis,

Can I get a map

Patricia Zerfas

 

From: Quantico_Orienteering_Club@... [mailto:Quantico_Orienteering_Club@...] On Behalf Of Francis Hogle
Sent: Sunday, June 10, 2012 11:04 AM
To: Quantico_Orienteering_Club@...
Subject: [Quantico_Orienteering_Club] Oregon Ridge

 

 

All,

 

The streamers are still up at Oregon Ridge from the Wednesday training session for Eddie.  (I’ll leave them there at least for the month of June – somewhat longer if someone is interested.)  We’ll treat it like the traditional QOC 10k offerings of yore.  You are on your own, and at your own convenience.  Just contact me to arrange to get a map.

 

This was very nice summer orienteering.

 

Francis

 

 

 

 

 

-----------

 

June 6 at Glen Artney will be replaced by June 6 at Oregon Ridge.  Eddie has requested about 8k, some long legs with route choice.  I’ll set it so that a loop can be cut off for a shorter course.  The weather looks like 75 or a little less.  The woods are beautiful, and fast.

 

I’ll be there at 5:30.  I recognize that many of you will need to make it around the Baltimore beltway if you come; so, if you will let me know you are coming, I’ll leave a map on my windshield for you, and being there at 5:30 will not be important.  Please let me know if you expect to be late with ideal traffic conditions.

 

There is a good pizza shop nearby. (was!, but the Chipotle burritos were good)

 

Please let me know, if you will be there, and I will print a map for you.

 

Location is Oregon Ridge at the main (very large) parking lot (about 750m se of the lot we have normally used for QOC events and near the old ski slope).  We’ll be near the sw corner of that lot.

 

 


Re: Oregon Ridge

Chuck Ferguson
 

Francis, would you please mail me one too?

Thank you,

Chuck



On Jun 10, 2012, at 10:04 AM, "Francis Hogle" <francish@...> wrote:

 

All,

 

The streamers are still up at Oregon Ridge from the Wednesday training session for Eddie.  (I’ll leave them there at least for the month of June – somewhat longer if someone is interested.)  We’ll treat it like the traditional QOC 10k offerings of yore.  You are on your own, and at your own convenience.  Just contact me to arrange to get a map.

 

This was very nice summer orienteering.

 

Francis

 

 

 

 

 

-----------

 

June 6 at Glen Artney will be replaced by June 6 at Oregon Ridge.  Eddie has requested about 8k, some long legs with route choice.  I’ll set it so that a loop can be cut off for a shorter course.  The weather looks like 75 or a little less.  The woods are beautiful, and fast.

 

I’ll be there at 5:30.  I recognize that many of you will need to make it around the Baltimore beltway if you come; so, if you will let me know you are coming, I’ll leave a map on my windshield for you, and being there at 5:30 will not be important.  Please let me know if you expect to be late with ideal traffic conditions.

 

There is a good pizza shop nearby. (was!, but the Chipotle burritos were good)

 

Please let me know, if you will be there, and I will print a map for you.

 

Location is Oregon Ridge at the main (very large) parking lot (about 750m se of the lot we have normally used for QOC events and near the old ski slope).  We’ll be near the sw corner of that lot.

 

 


Re: Oregon Ridge

Tom Strat <tstrat@...>
 

I’d like to get a map, please!

--Tom




On 6/10/12 11:04 AM, "francis hogle" <francish@...> wrote:


 
 
   

All,
 
The streamers are still up at Oregon Ridge from the Wednesday training session for Eddie.  (I’ll leave them there at least for the month of June – somewhat longer if someone is interested.)  We’ll treat it like the traditional QOC 10k offerings of yore.  You are on your own, and at your own convenience.  Just contact me to arrange to get a map.
 
This was very nice summer orienteering.
 
Francis

 
 
 
 
-----------
 
June 6 at Glen Artney will be replaced by June 6 at Oregon Ridge.  Eddie has requested about 8k, some long legs with route choice.  I’ll set it so that a loop can be cut off for a shorter course.  The weather looks like 75 or a little less.  The woods are beautiful, and fast.
 
I’ll be there at 5:30.  I recognize that many of you will need to make it around the Baltimore beltway if you come; so, if you will let me know you are coming, I’ll leave a map on my windshield for you, and being there at 5:30 will not be important.  Please let me know if you expect to be late with ideal traffic conditions.
 
There is a good pizza shop nearby.
(was!, but the Chipotle burritos were good)

Please let me know, if you will be there, and I will print a map for you.
 
Location is Oregon Ridge at the main (very large) parking lot (about 750m se of the lot we have normally used for QOC events and near the old ski slope).  We’ll be near the sw corner of that lot.

 

   



Oregon Ridge

Francis Hogle, III
 

All,

 

The streamers are still up at Oregon Ridge from the Wednesday training session for Eddie.  (I’ll leave them there at least for the month of June – somewhat longer if someone is interested.)  We’ll treat it like the traditional QOC 10k offerings of yore.  You are on your own, and at your own convenience.  Just contact me to arrange to get a map.

 

This was very nice summer orienteering.

 

Francis

 

 

 

 

 

-----------

 

June 6 at Glen Artney will be replaced by June 6 at Oregon Ridge.  Eddie has requested about 8k, some long legs with route choice.  I’ll set it so that a loop can be cut off for a shorter course.  The weather looks like 75 or a little less.  The woods are beautiful, and fast.

 

I’ll be there at 5:30.  I recognize that many of you will need to make it around the Baltimore beltway if you come; so, if you will let me know you are coming, I’ll leave a map on my windshield for you, and being there at 5:30 will not be important.  Please let me know if you expect to be late with ideal traffic conditions.

 

There is a good pizza shop nearby. (was!, but the Chipotle burritos were good)

 

Please let me know, if you will be there, and I will print a map for you.

 

Location is Oregon Ridge at the main (very large) parking lot (about 750m se of the lot we have normally used for QOC events and near the old ski slope).  We’ll be near the sw corner of that lot.

 

 


Re: Bushwacker Trail Race--Sunday, June 10

David Rees <dave@...>
 

I'll be running it solo. I ran it two years ago. Its definitely a fun race...

On 6/4/2012 2:04 PM, ezbaker wrote:
I am definitely intersted in teaming up with someone for this. Great park(s) and we know the area well!

John

--- In Quantico_Orienteering_Club@yahoogroups.com, "donkst2002"<donkst@...> wrote:
Hey Everyone,

Many of you heard me talk today at Jug Bay about the upcoming Bushwacker Adventure Race that will be held next Sunday, June 10th at 8 AM at Fountainhead, VA. It is essentially a runners vs. orienteers type of event and QOC has done VERY well at this race in the past. We hope many of you can come out and run the race and do the club proud. You can either run the 20K race solo, or in teams of two (2 x 10k each). The course starts at Fountainhead, runs to Bull Run Marina, and then returns to Fountainhead.

For more details, and to register, go to this link: http://www.ex2adventures.com/ar-runs.php

Regular registration goes until Wednesday the 6th, and its $65 for the solo category, and $50 per person for the team category (which is broken-up into male, female, coed, and masters divisions).

For those who are interested in running on a team, just respond to this email and coordiated with each other.

Thanks--Here's to more QOC victories!

Dave O


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Re: Bushwacker Trail Race--Sunday, June 10

J. Baker
 

I am definitely intersted in teaming up with someone for this. Great park(s) and we know the area well!

John

--- In Quantico_Orienteering_Club@yahoogroups.com, "donkst2002" <donkst@...> wrote:

Hey Everyone,

Many of you heard me talk today at Jug Bay about the upcoming Bushwacker Adventure Race that will be held next Sunday, June 10th at 8 AM at Fountainhead, VA. It is essentially a runners vs. orienteers type of event and QOC has done VERY well at this race in the past. We hope many of you can come out and run the race and do the club proud. You can either run the 20K race solo, or in teams of two (2 x 10k each). The course starts at Fountainhead, runs to Bull Run Marina, and then returns to Fountainhead.

For more details, and to register, go to this link: http://www.ex2adventures.com/ar-runs.php

Regular registration goes until Wednesday the 6th, and its $65 for the solo category, and $50 per person for the team category (which is broken-up into male, female, coed, and masters divisions).

For those who are interested in running on a team, just respond to this email and coordiated with each other.

Thanks--Here's to more QOC victories!

Dave O


Re: Bushwacker Trail Race--Sunday, June 10

Ryan Hanna <hanna.ryan@...>
 

I would love to run with someone else. I'll be trying for a 45-47
minute 10k trail pace if possible, but just want to race on a team
with QOC members and have fun overall.

-Ryan Hanna
hanna.ryan@gmail.com


Bushwacker Trail Race--Sunday, June 10

David Onkst
 

Hey Everyone,

Many of you heard me talk today at Jug Bay about the upcoming Bushwacker Adventure Race that will be held next Sunday, June 10th at 8 AM at Fountainhead, VA. It is essentially a runners vs. orienteers type of event and QOC has done VERY well at this race in the past. We hope many of you can come out and run the race and do the club proud. You can either run the 20K race solo, or in teams of two (2 x 10k each). The course starts at Fountainhead, runs to Bull Run Marina, and then returns to Fountainhead.

For more details, and to register, go to this link: http://www.ex2adventures.com/ar-runs.php

Regular registration goes until Wednesday the 6th, and its $65 for the solo category, and $50 per person for the team category (which is broken-up into male, female, coed, and masters divisions).

For those who are interested in running on a team, just respond to this email and coordiated with each other.

Thanks--Here's to more QOC victories!

Dave O


Re: Noon Chase pre-registration deadline

Jon
 

On Sat, Jun 2, 2012 at 11:33 AM, bcebolog <jon.torrance@...> wrote:
 

A reminder - you've got just less than half an hour to pre-register for the Chase tomorrow for free. Registration on site tomorrow will be at the usual member and non-member rates.


To be clear, that's if you're a QOC member or member of another orienteering club.  If you're a non-member, no need to curse over missing the deadline.

Jon 

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