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Presenting Orienteering Canada's long term athlete development guide

Orienteering Canada’s long term athlete development guide is available here.

This guide is all about how best to deliver orienteering to athletes at various ages and stages. This sport specific model is based on the model developed by the Canadian Sport For Life (CS4L) community.

If you are involved with your club’s junior program, or you teach orienteering to newcomers, or you are coaching orienteers at a higher level, or if you are looking for some suggestions for course setting tips for all levels of courses, or if you are wondering about your own pathway to improving as an orienteer, then you’ll find useful info this this guide.

You’ll see our next steps outlined on our LTAD page.

The LTAD steering committee was comprised of Marg Ellis, Patrick Goeres, Bill Anderson and Charlotte MacNaughton – with help from Brian May, Brent Langbakk and LTAD expert Dr. Steve Norris. Chris Piller did an amazing job with the lay-out.
Each club has been sent some hard copies of the guide too. We’d love to hear your feedback!!

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