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An 11 min broadcast from the BBC about why some people have a terrible sense of direction. Interesting stuff. They mention that some recent research that shows that Scandinavians (and people from Madagascar) have a strong sense of direction. "The Nordic countries tend to have the best navigators". We kinda know that already :-) http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b084dnqr
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Orienteering Canada announces the athletes who will compete for Canada at the 2017 World Games. Team Canada will be: Emily Kemp (hometown: Ottawa) Louise Oram (hometown: Vancouver) Damian Konotopetz (hometown: Winnipeg) Will Critchley (hometown: Edmonton) Team coach/manager: Marg Ellis (hometown: Vancouver) The World Games involve sports which are recognized by the International Olympic Committee, but are not currently on the Olympic program. There will be over 3500 athletes from over 100 countries competing in over 30 sports at the 2017 World Games.
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Hey Southern Ontario peeps.... The spring Adventure Running Kids program starts the week of March 20th. Send your kids to a Free "try it" session to see what makes ARK great.
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Orienteer Jim Webster passed along this link for an interesting BBC show on the history of the British Ordnance Survey https://vimeo.com/139112512
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Hey let's help the Edmonton folks spread the word about their Junior Program...... Edmonton's junior program's spring registration is now open!
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