Next Race: Thursday Evening Race 1 - Mugdock - Clober Road Car park - 26 April

Clyde Spring Evening Event Series
Race 1 - Mugdock South - Clober Road Car Park
G62 7SR
Registration from 6.30pm,
Starts 6.45pm -7.15pm
Beginners Welcome Briefing at 6.45pm
· Three courses:
o Short: 2km, Suitable for beginners (yellow standard)
o Medium: 3-4km
o Long: 5km +
Adults £5, Juniors £3
Bring a friend – and get 2 for price of 1!
To help with map printing, please sign up [by date & course] using this doodle link – by Friday of week before event:

Last Results: STAG/CLYDE Spring Series 10 - 22nd June 2017 - Balloch Country Park

Thanks for Donald for planning interesting courses in the best parts of the terrain, and for organising the venue for the annual CLYDE BBQ. Click on heading for results.

Results

Club Training on The Slacks

Saturday 28th : Kilpatricks, 13:00
Meet at the new carpark (G60 5LT) just beyond the Old Kilpatrick gas works at 13:00.
Training will be on Patrick’s map which Simon has merged with the larger lidar data set.
There will be a number of short courses based from near the top of the hill including corridor and window courses.
For juniors and beginners, there is a good network of paths which will have been mapped from the track upwards
(without additional surrounding detail), the terrain will still be steep.
Note that there is a considerable climb to get to the training, about 2km and 220m climb, so it may not be suitable for everyone.

24th Apr 18 Read more...

JK Orienteering Festival

Steve at the Sprint (photo Steve Rush)

The Easter weekend saw the annual JK orienteering festival.

The festival is to commemorate Jan Kjellström, a Swedish orienteer who played an important role in the development of the sport of orienteering in Great Britain.

This year it was held in “variable” weather conditions in the West Midlands. There were four races, a Sprint, Middle, Long and Relay. Donald Petrie was the star CLYDE athlete, winning all three individual races, and a second place in the relay. Alice Wilson was 2nd overall in the two forest races, and Dave Robertson was third in the sprint. Ex-Clyde members Ali McLeod won M21E and Hollie Orr was 2nd (by 2 seconds after 2 days of racing) in W21E. Click on “read more…” for a few more photos. There’s lots more on the JK website.

03rd Apr 18 Read more...

CLYDE Qualify for Compass Sport Trophy Final

Well done to all the CLYDE folk who took part in the Compass Sport Trophy Qualification Round on 11 March at Beecraigs Country Park. The provisional results show that CLYDE have qualified for the final - a great team effort! The national Final is on Cannock Chase in October, so plenty of time for more training. Click of “Read more” for full details of the CLYDE performance. Full results and analysis on the FVO Website.

11th Mar 18 Read more...

CLYDE at the Scottish Sprint Championships 2018

Well done to all the CLYDE members who took park in the Scottish Sprint Championships held in damp conditions at Stirling University on Saturday 10th March, but especially new Scottish Champions Alice Wilson (W16) and Donald Petrie (M60). 

10th Mar 18 Read more...

Successful CLYDE Training Session at Mugdock

CLYDE Training February 2018 7

14 CLYDE members took part in a very successful training session at Mugdock led by Alastair Dunlop with help from David Robertson and Christine Patterson. On a chilly but gloriously sunny Saturday they took part in pairs relocation, “corridor”, and control hanging exercises before adjourning to a local coffee shop for lunch. The next CLYDE training session is scheduled for Saturday 17th March.

24th Feb 18 Read more...

CLYDE at Scottish Night Championships 2018

Well done to Simon Gardner (CLYDE/GUOC) for excellent planning making the most of a (mostly but not entirely!) familiar area at Pollok Country Park at the Scottish Night Orienteering Championships on Saturday 10th February. There were a number of strong runs from CLYDE members on a damp evening, but the best results were by Alice Wilson and Christine Patterson who are the new Scottish Night Orienteering Champions in W16 and W55, respectively.

11th Feb 18 Read more...

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Who are we

Clydeside Orienteers is an orienteering club based in Glasgow, Scotland.  We welcome members from anywhere in the Glasgow and surrounding area or indeed from further afield.  The club runs regular training sessions, supplemented by regular fitness training sessions, suitable for all members and we regularly attend other local and national events.

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Monthly Training and Socials
Monthly informal training sessions suitable for all abilities and levels of fitness.  Usually on Saturday mornings, followed by lunch.

Thursday Evening Hill Runs
Meet every Thursday at 7pm to run on the hills north of Glasgow (harder level of physical activity).

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