Occassional thoughts about orienteering
Monday, September 24, 2007
First notes from sprint/relay weekendI was in Connecticut for the sprint/relays this weekend and had a lot of fun. I'll try to get around to posting some maps (or pointing to the maps that someone else posts).
WCOC did a great job - good maps, good courses, solid organization.
One of the most interesting things they did was squeeze a lot of orienteering into a small area. The sprint map covered less than a square kilometer and was used for three sprint races. The relay map covered just a little more than a square kilometer. I like to see clubs make good use of such small areas.
Iceland snapshot of the day
This was described as the world's best "hummer suppa" (i.e. lobster soup). I had two bowls. It was very good. I had the soup at a little restaurant by the harbor in Reykjavik called Saegreifinn. I recommend it.
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