West Cumberland Orienteering Club is based in the Western half of the English Lake District. We host events on a weekly basis from informal Thursday nights to district or regional events held at weekends. Everyone is welcome to try the sport.
Don't miss these FUNdraising events coming up over the next few of weeks - the perfect way for all the family to keep active and have fun in the great outdoors over Christmas! Come and have a go...
Thurs 20th Dec - Cockermouth School - evening
Sat 22nd Dec - Powter How (Thornthwaite) - daytime
New Year's Day - Mawbray Dunes - daytime
Thurs 3rd Jan - Ling Fell - daytime & evening
Last year WCOC won back the Borrowdale Trophy (the inter-club competition for Cumbrian orienteering clubs). Now that all the stats have been crunched from this year's series, it can be announced that WCOC retain the trophy in 2018!
For all the details, see the Galoppen page of the Lakes-O website - this includes Overall Scores for all 10 events, Borrowdale Trophy standings, and (new for 2018!) a Galoppen Overview which provides some extra interesting information.
Peter Palmer winners again - another superb effort from all our Juniors! They've only gone and won entries and accommodation at 10Mila 2019 in Skane, Sweden for a WCOC Team. As always many many thanks to all the drivers and helpers, to WCOC for all your support, to SYO for putting on such a great event, to the Junior who returned from Uni and those who delayed going to Uni until after the race! You really are all Best in the West!
Well done to all the WCOC members who travelled (or stayed) south for the British Middle Champs at Stock Hill near Wells. The WCOC Juniors produced another very impressive set of results, with outstanding wins for Daisy (W12), Niamh (W18), Joe H (M16) and Alastair (M18); along with top 10 placings for Lily, Rosie, Caitlin and Carys (5th, 6th, 7th and 9th W16); Joe S and Charlie (3rd and 9th M16); and Zac and Daniel (2nd and 4th M18).
Well done to all the WCOC members who travelled south for the British Sprint Champs at Bath University. Once again the WCOC Juniors produced an impressive set of results, with top 10 placings for Daisy (5th W12); Caitlin and Rosie (4th and 9th W16); Joe S, Joe H and Charlie (3rd, 4th and 7th M16A), and Alastair (a superb 6th on Men's Open). For complete results, click here.
Niamh, Alastair and Daniel wrote a blog about their EYOC and JWOC experiences this summer - if you missed it, click here.
Many thanks to everyone who organised and planned another great "Lakes 5" last week. Well done to all the WCOC runners who took part, but especially those who finished in the top spots - Caitlin 3rd W16, Joe S 1st M16, Joe H 3rd M16, Dan 1st M18, Zac 3rd M18, Niamh 1st W18, David 2nd M45L,Tony 2nd M75L, not forgetting Kate 1st W20s Steve H 1st M45s, Catherine 3rd W50s, Roger T 2nd M55s - along with lots of other top 10 places too. For complete results, click here. Now it's time to start thinking about the Scottish 6 next summer...
Many thanks to the team for today's galoppen in the sunshine around the lovely Wythop Valley. In particular Ange for organising, Scott for planning and John for controlling. Results now posted.
Thanks also to everyone who supported the Juniors by buying refreshments - they will definitely be repeating the "bring-your-own-mug" experiment to cut down on plastic waste.
Well done to all the WCOC members who ran at the JK last weekend. Great results individually: Niamh (1st W18E), Al (1st M18E), Dan (2nd M18E), Ben G (2nd M18L), Daisy (2nd W12), and Helen (3rd W40); and in the relays Joe S / Joe H / Charlie (1st M48) and Niamh / Issy / Lily (3rd W48)!
For full results, click here.
Well done to the select group of WCOC members who travelled to South Wales for this year's British Night Championships. Congratulations to Caitlin Irving (1st W16), Carys Thomas (2nd W16), Joe Hudd (2nd M16), Sue Skinner (1st W50), and Niamh Hunter (1st W20 - running up an age group).
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