Author Archives: Phil Clem

Louth Bay Results

It was a great day of orienteering in the Louth Bay reserve and surrounds, albeit a bit wet for some! Thanks to everyone who helped out, and a big thank you to Warren and Cath Dickie for organising today’s event. Please click on the below links for results. Results Split Times

Mena View Results

Glorious weather welcomed the many enthusiastic orienteers today at Mena View.  We had a total of 44 entries and over 70 competitors in today’s event, who were eager to enjoy the day outside and also to test out the new Sport ident timing system. This all went pretty smoothly and gave instant feedback about our

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Orienteering is Back!

Orienteering in Port Lincoln has resumed with a small trial event at Brinkworth Reserve today. This was the first chance to test out the new electronic timing equipment, SportIdent. Members enjoyed a short course around the reserve and the novelty of downloading their results at the finish and receiving their printout of split times. Click

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Unfortunately in light of the COVID-19 situation, and on direction from our State and National Associations, Lincoln Orienteers has had to suspend all planned orienteering events for now. We will continue to monitor this situation and hopefully we may be able to resume some events later this year.  Please see below the announcements from Orienteering

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Marina/Billy Lights Point Results

An enthusiastic field of 27 competitors enjoyed a pleasant evening orienteering around the streets of the Marina and along the Parnkalla trail out to Billy Lights Point. It proved to be a flat and fast course with three runners managing to find all 20 controls (or 19 + 1 by deduction!). Alison and Darren had

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Flinders/Pioneer Park 500th Event

Approximately 60 competitors helped celebrate Lincoln Orienteers 500th event by returning to the site of the very first event organised by the club in 1978. Today’s event started in Flinders Park but headed quickly into Pioneer Park where there were numerous controls placed strategically around the reserve. Orienteers had to pay close attention to the

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