Occassional thoughts about orienteering
Tuesday, December 11, 2007
Interesting training coursesSome interesting training from the HOK blog...
The maps above are examples of how each of three training courses work.
On the left, you've got a map that is redrawn to show only the features needed to simplify the leg.
In the middle, you've got a map that shows - with small blue rings - the key features.
On the right, you've got a regular map. The runner has to decide for themselves how to simplify the leg.
The HOK training session featured three different courses, one of each type of map.
It seems like a cool way to help orienteers learn and practice how to simplify their orienteering.
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