Start Orienteering with Graham Gristwood
#ThinkFastRunHard Video 1 – Setting The Map with Charlotte Ward
#ThinkFastRunHard Video 2 – Using The Compass with Hector Haines
#ThinkFastRunHard Video 3 – Attack Points with Megan Carter-Davies
#ThinkFastRunHard Video 4 – Aiming Off with Charlotte Watson
#ThinkFastRunHard Video 5 – Large Contour Features with Chris Smithard
#ThinkFastRunHard Video 6 – Route Choice with Alice Leake
#ThinkFastRunHard Video 7 – Intricate Contours with Kris Jones
#ThinkFastRunHard Video 8 – Simplification with Ralph Street
Orienteering is a competitive running sport with a map : decide the quickest route to reach a series of control points around an event course.
London Orienteering KlubbLOK draws its members from the north and south side of the River Thames and to the west of the Lea Valley. It competes against other clubs and hosts local and regional races. Our runners are of all ages, from beginners to national standard atheletes. New members are most welcome and training can be given. The sport is of Swedish origin, and we have used the Swedish spelling in our name.
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Weekly Thursday Evening Training
Members of the club train on Hampstead Heath every Thursday evening. We run for about an hour. The training is primarily just running but can include some orienteering practice. The training is open to all, including non-members and those new to orienteering or who only want a run – just turn up at the Recreation Club.
Where: Royal Free Hospital Recreation Club (includes changing and shower facilities) in Fleet Road, Hampstead (near corner of Pond Street, London NW3 2QG)
When: 6.30 p.m. for a 6.45 p.m. pr0mpt start, Thursday evenings.