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Orienteering in the News: Get Out There Magazine race report: Don't Get Lost's Snowshoe Raid

Here’s Get Out There Magazine‘s video race report of the Don’t Get Lost’s Snowshoe Raid held Jan 17, 2017 at Blue Mountain, ON.

Orienteering in the News: Vancouver Courier article on Brian Ellis

Here’s a Nov 18, 2014 article by Meghan Stewart in the Vancouver Courier about Brian Ellis’ gold medal win at the World Masters Orienteering Championships in Brazil in the long distance in the M70 age categoryBrianEllis_VancouverCourier.





Orienteering in the News: Get Out There Magazine NAOC race report

Here’s Get Out There Magazine‘s video race report of the 2014 North American Orienteering Championships

The 2014 North American Orienteering Championships were held in Arnprior Ontario. From Oct 10-13th, over 600 athletes participated in Middle, Long, Sprint and Relay orienteering races. Race reporter Brad Jennings was on hand to navigate the fast paced event.

The North American Orienteering Championships are sanctioned by the International Orienteering Federation as an official Regional Championships. Held every two years, it is the largest orienteering event in North America. The event is alternately hosted between Canada and the United States of America.

Orienteering in the news: Whitehorse Star: Langbakk named as High Performance Director

Brent Langbakk was recently named as Orienteering Canada’s new High Performance Director. Below is an article from the Whitehorse Daily Star about Brent’s new role.

Media coverage from the Whistler 2014 COCs

COC_Logo2014 Visit the lick below to see the media coverage in Whistler’s Pique Newsmagazine, with quotes from Will Critchley, Emma Waddington and Emily Ross, all Canadian Champions.

COC 2014 media coverage

Click below to read the full version of the July 31, 2014 coverage in Whistler’s Pique Newsmagazine of upcoming Canadian Orienteering Championships



Impact magazine - orienteering to increase training diversity


Super to see orienteering listed a a great activity to increase one’s training diversity in this article in Impact Magazine written by well respected coach Cal Zaryski of Critical Speed in Calgary, AB.

7 great ways to diversify your training routine

By Calvin Zaryski

As an endurance racer for more than 30 years, I know keeping the motivation from season to season can be challenging. Even as a triathlete, the same old swimming, biking and running gets stale. Here are a few activities that can recharge your batteries and add some much-needed diversity to your training patterns. Changing your routine can build new motor skills and strengthen your mental toughness and satisfaction as an athlete.

When you choose to diversify your training, start slow, seek professional guidance and keep it fun. My aim this year is to try fun events such as obstacle runs and cyclocross and to dabble in group circuit training. It’s going to be a good year.

Trail running with a twist offers so many benefits. Humans naturally connect well with nature and silence. Add in some map reading and cerebral effort and you have a winner. Variable terrain offers amazing fitness benefits, great agility and coordination with total mental focus on being in the moment. Ankle, knee and hip strength will benefit without the impact forces present in road running. Throw in some friendly competition and pressure and you have a great sport.

Other activities on the list:

  • golf
  • high altitude hiking
  • tennis
  • obstacle course racing
  • group conditioning classes
  • soccer

from Impact Magazine July/August 2014


Orienteering in the News: Get Out There Magazine race report: Dontgetlost’s Urban Chase Enduro

Here’s Get Out There Magazine’s video race report of the 2014 Dontgetlost’s Urban Chase Enduro in Oakville, Ontario.

Orienteering in the news: from Kamloops This Week

Kamloops This Week reporter Adam Williams went orienteering at one of Sage’s events Kenna Cartwright Park. Adam concludes that “orienteering was a hell of a lot of fun”. Great to hear Adam enjoyed it! Here’s a link to the article:

Off the beaten path, Ottawa's Alex Bergstrom on CTV news

National junior team member, Ottawa’s Alex Bergstrom was featured in this “off the beaten path” news segment by Ottawa’s CTV news.