Please watch this space for important event related news.
|Sep 27, 2004
||Maps for the Female Elite and Male Elite courses have
|Sep 27, 2004
||Official results have been posted.
|Sep 20, 2004
||Start lists are available.
|Sep 16, 2004
Further event information:
Please note that further
event information has been posted.
|Sep 9, 2004
information has been posted. Please check to make sure your
information is correct. Changes to your category selection can be
done until Wednesday September 15th.
You may change your SI number until Tuesday
September 21st. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with changes.
Competitors sorted by category.
|Aug 18, 2004
Enter on the day news:
Sunday's three recreational courses can also be entered on the day.
To do this you only need to notify the organisers by e-mail (email@example.com)
that you would like to come (before Tuesday September 21, 2004). This
is self timed and you can start when you want. The cost is $10 per
map and you can pay when you arrive at the event. Again, this is only
available on the Sunday event.
|Aug 16, 2004
The official campsite for this event is the Maple
Ridge Campground. The campground is conveniently located only five
minutes by car from the events on Saturday and Sunday. The banquet
on Saturday is a short walk from the campground. The campsite charges
$20 per site for two tents, one car, and up to 6 people. The second
night is $10. This price includes a pass to the Maple Ridge Leisure
Centre for all people at the site. The Leisure Centre has showers,
several pools, saunas, and an exercise room.
At the campsite itself there are toilets but no showers.
Call 604 467 7357 (from 12 noon to 8:00pm) to make
For hotels, motels, and bed and breakfast locations,
|April 27, 2004
The official website for the 2004 British Columbia
Orienteering Championships launched.