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Eborienteers Orienteering Newsletter: 20th Februrary 2018
Contents  (click on links to jump to features of interest)
Upcoming Races
Bishopwood North Sun 25th Feb
EBOR Level C 10:30
Harrogate Streets Wed 21st Feb
CLARO Level D 18:30
Woodhouse Ridge Wed 21st Feb
AIRE Level D 19:00
Woodthorpe Wed 28th Feb
MLNO  Level D 11:00
Central Leeds Wed 28th Feb
AIRE Level D 18:45

British Night Champs.
Good luck to Helen Gardner and Steve Whitehead who are heading down to South Wales this weekend to deen their British Night championship titles.
Yvette Baker Trophy
This year's Yvette Baker Trophy (open to all juniors) will take place at Oakwell Hall near Barnsley on Sunday 12th May. We would love to enter a junior team but we will need at least 8 entrants to compete. EBOR will pay junior entries. If you would like to have a go, please email before the end of February.
(1)A long march up to the training in the Lakes
Have you been Orienteering?
We would love to know about your experiences, successes and recommendations!
Please send us any photos with captions :) 

Club Night 

Club Night 6.30pm Monday 19th February 2018 Millthorpe School.
Coplicated contours this week (and next!).

Club Night Contours looking complicated
Photo Credit
(1) Karen Clark
Family approach to Jenga! Taken at the EBOR Training Weekend at the lake district
Race Reports
EBOR Lake District Training Weekend 2018.
It being February in the Lakes, the weather was expected to be cold and damp but it turned out to be much more exhilarating than that. The car park was closed due to snow so we had a 150m climb up to the training area; nevertheless every one ignored the occasional blizzards, found the emergency parking, climbed the hill and set off running.
(image1 taken by Karen shows the long march up to the training)
It was a day for keeping on the move and Josh Cooper for one clocked up over 11km. The exercises were chiefly aimed at teaching people how to visualise the terrain from the contour patterns on the map, something that’s not too easy to practise around York. Some participants were relative beginners and some seasoned campaigners but everyone made the most of the opportunity.
After a hot shower and a meal it was time for the EBOR Jenga championships as well as a variety of other games followed by a sound sleep to prepare us for the LOC event on the Sunday.

Unfortunately the snow persisted but the event went without a hitch. The courses were tough and tricky but we were getting used to both reading the contours and sliding down steep snowy/muddy slopes by then.
A big thanks to all those involved in putting on the training day and the LOC event... we had a great time!

Sunday 18th February Tankersley (SYO).
This was great -  wonderful forest with lots of huge depressions and a variety of other lumps and bumps left over from ancient coal workings.

Northern night championships on Nicky Nook
Excellent courses planned to make best use of a small but steep sided hill made for some challenging night orienteering. Only one EBOR member travelled to Lancashire for the NN championships, Helen Gardner 4th Super Vet on Short Green.


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