Last Results: Clyde Erskine Urban race incorporating bto SOUL10 - 27th Oct 2019

Clydeside Orienteers welcomed you to Erskine, the venue of the 10th and final bto SOUL event for 2019.

Results are on Robin Strain’s website.

There were issues with a stolen control and a second SI unit that failed, so the final results have changed from those provisionally posted - following discussions between the Controller Robin Sloan and the Organiser Amelia Petrie re the missing Control 59 and the recurring battery problems with Control 33, they have decided that the fairest results are produced if the legs to and from 59 are excluded, and to and from 33 are included.

Routegadget and Winsplits were based on the provisional unadjusted results.

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How to Join CLYDE

To join CLYDE simply click on the “Membership” tab at the top of the page, read the instructions, and then follow this link to the Scottish Orienteering page.

25th Nov 19 Read more...

CLYDE AGM 2019

CLYDE AGM 2019 #1

A very well attended and successful CLYDE AGM was held in Milngavie on Saturday 23rd November 2019, preceded by a low-key score event using the Maprun app. Chair Rachel Wilson was re-elected unopposed for a further year, and, among other subjects, the meeting discussed the club’s development plans for 2020. The winners of the club’s annual awards were as follows. Most Improved Man: Ruaraidh MacPherson; Most Improved Woman: Alice Wilson; The Cannon Trophy (for most points in Scottish Orienteering League): Donald Petrie; Croy Bowl (for a notable achievement): Alastair Dunlop; and the Outstanding Achievement Award: Donald Petrie for an outstanding year, including a clean sweep of individual wins at the JK. Full minutes will be circulated in due course.

24th Nov 19 Read more...

CLYDE up a massive 22 places to 7th in CompassSport Club Rankings 2019

As readers of CompassSport (specifically Volume 40, Issue 4) will already know, CLYDE lept a massive 22 places from 30th to an all-time high of 7th out of 81 clubs in the UK in CompassSport’s unofficial Club Ranking for 2019. We are one of the “cluster of small Scottish clubs doing very well” with only EUOC (1st, of course), FVO (3rd, not a small club!) and INT (4th) ahead of us. We can all feel proud that good performances across the year by the entire club (the ranking is based on average score of all members on the BOF ranking list) have been reflected in this best-ever result for the club. Well done to everyone who ran for CLYDE this year!

23rd Nov 19 Read more...

Clyde Erskine Urban race incorporating bto SOUL10 - 27th Oct 2019

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Clydeside Orienteers welcomed you to Erskine, the venue of the 10th and final bto SOUL event for 2019.

Results are on Robin Strain’s website.

There were issues with a stolen control and a second SI unit that failed, so the final results have changed from those provisionally posted - following discussions between the Controller Robin Sloan and the Organiser Amelia Petrie re the missing Control 59 and the recurring battery problems with Control 33, they have decided that the fairest results are produced if the legs to and from 59 are excluded, and to and from 33 are included.

Routegadget and Winsplits were based on the provisional unadjusted results.

26th Oct 19 Read more...

CLYDE Autumn Urban Event Series 2019 #3 Baljaffray, Bearsden - Thursday 19th Sept

Urban Clydeside

Coaches will be available to advise beginners.
Using the free “Maprun” app - two courses (5 km) and medium (3 km) – see instructions below.
Also a Short course for juniors/ novices with controls put out.
Results and routes from the Long Course are available here.
Location: Baljaffray Shopping Centre car park
Registration and Start: From 18:30
Fees: Seniors £3. Juniors /Students £2. Non-members an additional £1

18th Sep 19 Read more...

Alice Wilson crowned British Middle Distance Champion 2019

Congratulations on Alice Wilson on winning the W18 British Middle Distance Championships held at the exotically-named Chinley Churn in Derbyshire last weekend by 26 seconds from her nearest rival. The day before she was the second W18 on the Women’s Open course at the British Sprint Championships held at Loughborough University.

17th Sep 19 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.  See events page for further details.

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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