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Athlete Profile: Graeme Farrand

Born2000
HometownHamilton, ON
Currently Living Waterloo, ON
ClubDontgetlost
OccupationStudent
Training LogAttackpoint
Instagram@instagramfarrand

How did you first get involved in orienteering? 
First started in Don’t Get Lost’s Adventure Running Kids program. I really enjoyed the orienteering it introduced me to and I progressively started to more of it and travelling for races. In 2016 I went to Swiss O Week with my family and ended up hanging out with that years Junior Team a bunch which got me interested in being more competitive and serious about orienteering.

How do you normally prepare for an important race?
In the preceding weeks or months to the race I will go over all the race details available as well as study the area on Google maps and any old maps I can find online. When it gets closer to the race I write the 2-3 process goals I want to focus on in the race.


Graeme is a member of Orienteering Canada’s 2020 High Performance Program.

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