Swansea Bay Orienteering Club

The sun shone, the competition was as hot as the temperature, and everyone enjoyed three days of excellent and friendly orienteering. Swansea hosted the Midsummer on Gower weekend event for the first time in 3 years and it was a welcome return fopr this popular event. Friday's event at Merthyr Mawr...

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Swansea Bay Orienteering Club are celebrating the announcement that two of their most talented Orienteers who have been selected to represent Great Britain at the World University Orienteering Championships in Finland in July. Katie Reynolds studying in Bangor and Ben Mitchell studying in Bristol ar...

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A huge thank you to all those members for turning up to represent the Club at the JK relays..... the weather certainly did not look inviting at 0°C, wet snow overlying the previous days rain/mud and sleet and rain falling. Firstly well done to the Women's MWOC/SBOC alliance team of Fay Walsh, Katie...

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Carn Goch, the atmospheric ancient hill fort overlooking the Tywi valley, provided a great location for the final battle for the Winter League top spot. With a welcome return to form Chris Lewis pipped rising star Oscar Healey to first place by just 40 seconds. Chris obviously retaining his fitness...

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On Sunday at Margam Forest North the Swansea Bay OC Juniors saw off Cardiff based local rivals SWOC to win their heat of the Yvette Baker Trophy, the British junior club cup competition. Great runs by Freddie and William Lake and supported by Eugene Prout saw the team amass a score of 298 points aga...

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