Sat Series 2019/20
Sat 11 January, 2020
Level of event:
Type of event:
Race, Juniors, Schools
Message from the Organiser
Thank you to everyone who took part in today’s event at Wisley Common. I hope you enjoyed your course. We were lucky to have access to such a beautiful area thanks to the kind permission of the Surrey Wildlife Trust and the Royal Horticultural Society.
I apologise if you experienced a shortage of maps or a delay to download your data. We were fortunate to have a record number of competitors for a Saturday Series event; and we were using a new version of timing software which has introduced some significant changes. I’m especially grateful to everyone who generously gave up their map after finishing in order to allow someone else to take part.
Some lost property was recovered: various baseplate compasses and a key on a keyring with a red metal rabbit. If any of them might be yours, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I hope you can come to the next Saturday Series event in Feb on a new area
Corrected Final Results
Routegadget ... sorry we have a problem with some of the course times under routegadget!!
Light Green Map
Short Blue Map
Pre Event Info
SN Saturday Series Old Series Info
These events are ideally suited to beginners, juniors and family groups who want to try orienteering or move up from school to forest orienteering.
Club members (wearing yellow high visibility jackets) are there to help. Just turn up on the day between
9.30 and 11.00 dressed to run or walk.
You don’t need any special equipment. Go to
registration to pay for your map and electronic timing “dibber” hire and the helpers will
suggest a suitable course. Most families start with a “Yellow” level course which is about
2.5km long and will take around 30-45 minutes. If you would like any help or advice, ask at
registration. You can start your course anytime up until 11.30 and when you finish you
should come back to the registration area to “download” your times and get your results.
Downloading provides a safety check confirming that all participants have returned, so it is
important that you visit the “download” before you leave the event
There are not normally toilets.
Series Coordinator: David Lane
- Yellow (Beginners, controls on or visible from paths, about 2km (1.3miles))
- Orange (Improvers, controls near paths, about 3km)
- Light Green (More technical, controls generally not near paths, about 4km)
- Short Blue (experienced orienteers, as technical as possible, about 4.5km)
- Score - find as many points as you can in 45 minutes
Entry on day only - just turn up. If you are bringing a large group please e-mail the organiser in advance so
enough maps can be printed.
Single Juniors £3
Paired Juniors £4
SN members £4
Others/groups (1 map, 1 dibber) - British Orienteering members £5
Others/groups (1 map, 1 dibber) - Not British Orienteering members £8
Extra maps £1 each
SI punching. (Not contactless/SIAC).
Dibber (electronic timing device you need to carry) hire: free
Registration & Start Times
Starts:10:00-11:30 (except event at end of March which has a mass start at around 10:15)
Registration opens 30mins before.
All competitors to finish by 12:30 when controls are collected in.
Dogs must be under control and you must clean up after them
Toilets will be available
Contacts / Officials
Planner: Emily and Adrian Butter
Organiser: Phil Slingsby
Important Event Information
Safety and Risk: A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser. Competitors are responsible for their own personal safety and for assessing their own abilities to complete the course. Neither Southern Navigators, the landowner or British Orienteering can be held liable for any accident or other incident arising while undertaking the event. Participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event - including clothing appropriate for the conditions, and if required, a means of summoning assistance (e.g. phone or whistle).
Covid-19: Before attending any orienteering activity, all orienteers (including officials, volunteers and coaches) should self-assess for symptoms of COVID-19. These are:
- A high temperature.
- A new, continuous cough.
- A loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste.
If you, or anyone you live with, have one or more of these symptoms you should not attend any sporting activity, even if your symptoms are mild.
If you have been informed that you need to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace (or are required to self-isolate in relation to travel), you must do so. You should not leave your isolation location in order to participate in sport and physical activity.
Insurance: All participants are covered by the British Orienteering third-party liability insurance policy. (NB: This is not a personal injury policy).
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