Forthcoming Events

Varsity Match 2009 - Anne Edwards at the spectator control

The provisional calendar below gives brief details of the events OUOC is planning to attend in the near future.

OUOC will aim to provide transport to all of the events on this termcard, normally leaving on the morning (or evening, for night events) of the event, and returning that afternoon (leaving times will vary depending on the travelling distance).

Every event offers a range of courses suitable for all levels of orienteer - from complete novice to aspiring international. Club members should inform the Secretary if you would like to be entered into an event, before the pre-entry deadline if applicable.

For past events, see the results & reports page.
For social and weekly training events, see the appropriate pages.

Michaelmas Term 2015

Dates of Term: Sunday 11th October - Saturday 5th December

2nd week
  • Sat 24 Oct - Cambridge City Race, Cambridge
3rd week
  • Sat 31 Oct - BADO Urban Race, Basingstoke
  • Sun 1 Nov - November Classic, Burley West, New Forest
  • Sun 1 Nov - Red Bull Robin Hood, Sherwood Pines
4th week
  • Sun 8 Nov - BKO SCOA League, Buckleburry Common
5th week
  • Wed 11 Nov - Oxford Street Series, 6:30pm - 9:00pm at The Marsh Harrier, Temple Cowley
  • Sun 15 Nov - SARUM Gallopen, Foxbury
6th week
  • Sun 22 Nov - OK Nuts Trophy, Winterfold
7th week
  • Sun 29 Nov - BOK Gallopen, New Beechenhurst
8th week
  • Sun 6 Dec - SCOA League, King's Garn Gutter
9th week
  • Sun 13 Dec - TVOC Regional, Bradenham
10th week
  • Tue 15 Dec - Oxford Street Series, 6:30pm - 9:00pm at The Black Horse, Kidlington

If there are any events you'd like to go to not already on the termcard, please don't hesitate to contact a member of the committee. Even if the club is unable to take a minibus, it is quite possible we will be able to arrange a car or a lift with friendly members of Thames Valley OC or JOK (Oxford University Alumni).

British Relay Championships 2007 - Men's Start

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