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Tweet Wednesday 26th February 2020

England set to host the 2020 Interland Cup this Sunday

England host this year’s Interland Cup which will take place at Burnham Beeches and Egypt Woods in Buckinghamshire on Sunday 1 March.

England are set to compete in the Interland Cup this Sunday (1 March) in Buckinghamshire, England. The full England Team can be found here

The Interland Cup is England’s only international competition outside the British Isles. England competes annually in this five-cornered match against two Belgian teams (Flemish and French speaking), the Netherlands, and the French Ligue des Hauts de France de Course d’Orientation (LHFCO).

This competition is a team effort spanning age groups from W/M14 to W/M60+: 42 team members in all. Last year England regained the cup and the aim is to win both the cup and the youth trophy this year.

British Orienteering would like to take this opportunity to thank the hosting region: The South East Orienteering Association, the organising club Hertfordshire Orienteering Club (Happy Herts (HH)) as well as Dartford Orienteering Klubb (DFOK) who are arranging training on the day before the competition.

2020 Interland Cup
Tweet Tuesday 25th February 2020

Talent Squad Selection Criteria announced for 2020/21

British Orienteering is pleased to announce the Selection Criteria for the Talent Squads for 2020/21 season. 

View the document here.

Tweet Monday 24th February 2020

Entries for British Orienteering Champs 2020 have reopened

For one more week only - The British Orienteering Championships (BOC) 2020 Individual entries have been re-opened and extended to Sunday 1 March 2020 to allow anyone who wants to run at BOC 2020 to get their entry in. Now both Relay entries and Individual entries will close on the 1 March 2020.

  • BOC 2020 Weekend - Relay
    Sunday 1st March 2020 - final closing date (Relay)
    E​​​​​ntries via Fabian4 here.
  • BOC 2020 Weekend - Long Distance 
    Sunday 1st March 2020 - extended closing date (Individual)
    Entries via Fabian4 here.

Please note that in order to run at the British Championships you need to be a member of British Orienteering (or a member of an overseas IOF affiliated Federation). If you have not already done so, now is the time to renew your membership.

Entries extended for one week

Photo courtesy of Dave Peel