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Orienteering Presentation BUSAD

Orienteering Presentation BUSAD
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Amanda Tappe

on 21 April 2014

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Transcript of Orienteering Presentation BUSAD

Orienteering
Amanda Tappe
What
is
it?
Orienteering is a sport where participants navigate on unfamiliar terrain from one control point to another using a map and compass.
The Basics
Test navigational skill and running ability
Navigate from one control point to another finding quickest route
Have the lowest overall time
The Map
The Start
Staggered start
One-minute intervals
No map until start
Types
Canoe Orienteering
Car Orienteering
Foot Orienteering
Mountain Bike Orienteering
Radio Orienteering
Ski-Orienteering
Trail Orienteering

Participants
Suitable for people of all ages, fitness levels, and abilities
Can be done individually or on a team

The Results
Adv
enture and Beauty
start
control
end
see
it!
White and orange "flags" with control code and puncher
Each participant must "punch in" at every control
Ensures competitors go to each control in the correct order
Can calculate split times
Can be electronic punches or needle punches
The Control
Winner is normally the competitor with the fastest time
Winner can also be the competitor with the highest score
Electronic punching includes split times for competitors as well as overall times
Normally given same day as event
Let's
Detailed topographic map
Control order and map scale
Grid aligned to magnetic north
Control location descriptions
control code
control
punch
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