Orienteering Association of Nova Scotia

Park Trail

Orienteering In 2015

The 2015 COC website is live at www.coc2015.ca

2015 COC Embargo Note: Ski Wentworth is under an embargo. The forest and trail systems are out of bounds but the ski hill is open territory. Those that want to train on the hill; such as, training runs will be subject to the embargo conditions. They can use the hill to train but are not eligible for awards.

OANS is now using electronic punching for our events. If you do not have your own SI-Card, you will need to rent one at a cost of $3/event. Also, please remember to pre-register for the events.

Ashley Harding
President, OANS


News

Results from Fleming Park ( Posted Wed July 29 )

Thanks to everybody who came out on another rainy Halifax evening. Three score O courses were available - all 21 controls for the long, any 15 for the medium and any 10 for the short. Thanks to Colin Davis for helping collect controls.

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2015 Four Seasons Chase - Standings After 5 Events ( Posted Mon July 20 )

The following are the standings for the 2015 Four Seasons Chase after 5 events. For an event that was missed, the average of the three slowest times on the applicable course is added to an individuals time. The other adjustment is for those who get less than the full number of controls for a course, their average leg time for that course is used to extrapolate their total time at that event for all controls. For any DSQs (lost punch card etc), you will receive either your finish time or the penalty time, whichever is worse.

Only those eligible (missed 3 or fewer events) will be posted here.

Ashley Harding

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Results from Shubie Park - 2015 Four Seasons Chase Event 7 ( Posted Mon July 20 )

Thanks to everyone who came out on a rainy Sunday evening in Shubie Park. 18 competitors showed up to compete on 3 courses. This event was a Dog Bone with 24 controls divided into 12 pairs. The Beginner course was any 4 pairs (8 controls), 8 pairs on the Intermediate (16 controls), and all 12 on the Advanced (24 controls).

Thanks to Art Harding for Controlling, hanging controls and for helping with registration. Thanks to Paul and Mary Bottomley and Ian Clark for picking up the controls.

Ashley Harding

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2015 FSC Event 7 ( Posted Sat July 11 )

Hi Everyone,

Due to illness this event has been postponed until the 19th. Pre-registration has been extended to the 16th.

Ashley

2015 Four Seasons Chase - Standings After 4 Events ( Posted Sun June 28 )

The following are the standings for the 2015 Four Seasons Chase after 4 events. For an event that was missed, the average of the three slowest times on the applicable course is added to an individuals time. The other adjustment is for those who get less than the full number of controls for a course, their average leg time for that course is used to extrapolate their total time at that event for all controls. For any DSQs (lost punch card etc), you will receive either your finish time or the penalty time, whichever is worse.

Only those eligible (missed 3 or fewer events) will be posted here.

Ashley Harding

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Results from Fleming Park - 2015 Four Seasons Chase Event 6 ( Posted Sun June 28 )

Thanks to everyone who came out on an overcast day at Fleming Park. 17 competitors showed up to compete on 3 courses. This event was a Point-to-Point with 6 controls on the Beginner course, 10 on the Intermediate, and 16 on the Advanced.

Thanks to Art Harding for Controlling, and for helping with registration. Thanks to Pam James, Cheryl Smith, Ian Clark, and Colin Davis for picking up the controls.

Ashley Harding

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APSEA Results ( Posted Thu June 18 )

Thank you to everyone who came out to enjoy a sunny sprint at the Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority in Halifax. Twenty-one people participated on two different courses in an event that brought a close to National Orienteering Week.

Thanks to everyone that picked up controls. Special thanks to Cheryl Smith for Controlling the course, and to Emily Secord for registration duties and everything in between.

Colin Davis

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