Edited byPhil Basford
Updated June 2017
YOUR OWN REVIEW
After the event always mark up your route on the map so that you can review your route choice and try to identify where you might have been quicker or the reasons for making any route errors.
Use analysis tools to assess your performance after drawing up your course. Take each leg at a time and break it down in to its various parts. Sheralee Bailey has kindly offered her post analysis tool so click here to view.Philb has added some comments related to run analysis here.
One of the best ways to develop your orienteering skills is to share and discuss your route choices with others on the same course and with more experienced orienteers.
Route Gadget is a useful way of comparing your route with another competitor on your course.
A selection of reviews to reinforce the pages of ‘O’ skills.
Whitehorse Wood 1
Philip Craven’s Blue Course
LEARN FROM SOME OF THE BEST IN OUR SPORT
A collection of routes, by leg, from top orienteers both local and National.
Scottish 6 Day 2015