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We hope you're enjoying the fabulous weather this holiday season. The dates of our January Training Camp have changed and we wanted to let you now ASAP. We hope you can make it along.
New Dates: Join us in St Helens for the Training Camp Now 25 - 29 January
You are welcome to attend! Both juniors and adults are invited to our training camp now being held over the Australia Day long weekend in and around St Helens. The camp is suitable for those starting to run moderate courses up to elite levels. You can train at your own pace so there's no need to worry about your speed.
This camp was originally scheduled to take place in conjunction with the EVOC Summer Cup but the dates have now changed for logistical reasons.
Commencing on Friday 25 January and finishing on Monday 28 January, the camp will provide technical training in the bush and at St Helens District High School, plus informative talks and fun activities.
All existing members should have received a renewal notice. This includes a link to Eventor where you can renew your membership and others in your family using a single PayPal transaction. Any questions Email Bert Elson
Please note: Members who joined after October 2018 will have their 2019 membership renewed automatically and won’t get an email to renew. All other members will need to renew their membership prior to entering the northern or southern summer series in January.
Come Along: EVOC SUMMER CUP 12 - 20 January 2019
Enjoy up to 8 Quality Events!
EVOC are organising the Summer Cup this January with the help of their newly arrived Russian Coaches in Residence. The format has been designed to offer challenging courses but with lots of time to explore or simply relax. You do not have to enter every event to take part. To enter any event, simply turn up on the day.
The Tasmanian Honour Team for 2018 has been finalised by the OT Statistician, Jeff Dunn. Instead of selecting a Tasmanian Representative Team for the Australian Orienteering Championships in 2018, OT now uses results from all OST events to derive a Tasmanian Honour Team. This team is made up of the three people in each class with the best average rankings based on age-gender adjusted kilometer rates (similar to excellence points calculations).
Hearty congratulations to all selected team members and thank you Jeff for your tireless work.