Congratulations to everyone who took part in yesterdays CompassSport Trophy Qualifiers in Kings Forest. It was a good day in the forest, the going was fast, furious and very wet! Sadly the club didn't qualify for the finals this year but SUFFOC came a very respectable 4th out of the clubs in our region with Ethan Radcliff winning his class - well done Ethan. Many thanks to the East Anglian Orienteering Association for putting on the event, to all the clubs involved and all the volunteers who made it happen.
The East Anglian Orienteering Association welcomes you to the Midland Championships 2024 incorporating the BUCS Individual races and the East Anglian Championships at Sandringham Royal Park, West Norfolk On Saturday 9th March 2024Click here for more information
CLUB MEMBER EXCLUSIVE We are pleased to confirm that we are going to run our online coaching sessions again this winter. They proved very popular in previous years, are full of hints and tips and are suitable for all levels.
The East Anglia Orienteering Junior Squad were at the National Camp of M/W16s held at Hawkshead Youth Hostel in the Lake District last month. It was a great opportunity for the juniors to meet their national level peers and develop their orienteering skills over differing terrain. The camp incorporated training sessions on three different areas over the course of the weekend. It was a really great weekend for the squad and included an amazing night sprint around the grounds of Hawkshead for both juniors and coaches.
Congratulations to our Club Champion 2023 - Louise Walker. Pictured above receiving the Club Championship SUFFOC Punch-Bowl and mug from our Chair, Simon Hooton. The Club Championships annually at an event staged by one of our neighbouring EAOA clubs, thus giving all SuffOC members an opportunity to compete. The results are adjusted to take into account the age of each competitor and the technical difficulty of the course so every club member has an opportunity to win. This years qualifying event was held in Epping Forest. Well done Louise!