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UK Urban League

Races 2015

Best 7 out of 18 races to score. Scoring system.

1 DEE Crewe 25-Jan last uploaded 27 Jan 2015
2 CLYDE Erskine 14-Feb last uploaded 15 Feb 2015
3 NGOC Gloucester 03-May last uploaded 09 May 2015
4 LVO Lisburn 04-May last uploaded 12 May 2015
5 HALO Hull Old Town 17-May last uploaded 16 Jul 2015
6 BKO Great Hollands, Bracknell 30-May last uploaded 02 Jun 2015
7 WSX Poole 06-Jun last uploaded 07 Jun 2015
8 AIRE Colton, Leeds 07-Jun last uploaded 07 Jun 2015
9 SMOC Milton Keynes 28-Jun last uploaded 02 Jul 2015
10 EPOC Elland 05-Jul last uploaded 25 Jul 2015
11 NATO Killingworth 12-Jul last uploaded 17 Jul 2015
12 Scot 6-day Forres 04-Aug last uploaded 12 Aug 2015
13 LEI Loughborough 06-Sep last uploaded 14 Sep 2015
14 DEE Chester 11-Oct last uploaded 15 Oct 2015
15 CUOC Cambridge 24-Oct last uploaded 27 Oct 2015
16 BADO Hatch Warren, Basingstoke 31-Oct last uploaded 31 Oct 2015
17 STAG Cumbernauld 01-Nov last uploaded 01 Nov 2015
18 SO Brighton 19-Dec last uploaded 19 Dec 2015

Results by Category in 2015

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Results for other Urban Leagues

East Midlands Urban League

North-West Urban League

Scottish Orienteering Urban League

Southern England Orienteering Urban League

West Midlands Urban League

Yorkshire Urban League

Getting your race into the league

First, make sure that you are using the standard age categories and have read the instructions about uploading results.

For the UK Urban League, , selects the races, usually in October, with help from the secretaries of the regional leagues. We are looking for something that makes your event attractive so that it stands out from the crowd. For example, is it a new area? Does it offer access to areas that are normally closed to the public? Can it be combined with some nearby forest or urban orienteering on an adjacent day? Do you have a magnificent assembly, maybe with showers and changing? Is yours the only event in a wide swathe of the country? Does it coincide with a local carnival or with a major sporting event coming to town? Is there a special deal on accommodation? The more attractive features that are offered, the more chance that it will be included in the League. Make sure we know about them.

As long as it can legitimately be regarded as urban, and can produce results in the specified categories, the precise format of the event doesn't matter. On behalf of the competitors, we want the event to be as good as possible. It's up to you to decide what works best at your venue; we won't compromise that from afar by imposing constraints on course length, category combinations, numbers of races, etc. If you think that a double sprint is best, do it!

When your fixture secretary registers the event with BOF, ensure that it's flagged as 'urban'. Also, around the turn of the year when calendars are being prepared there's often a Nopesport thread that lists forthcoming urban races. Posting an item on this thread will help the race get noticed, particularly if it is not yet on the BOF fixture list.

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