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Cloth Badges

Strathearn 2019 Scottish 6 Days 

Cloth Points Award Badges

Gold, Silver and Bronze badges are gained by competitors who obtain an overall score equal to or less than the numbers shown on the table which depend on the class size.

 

The badges cost £4 and can be paid for by going to:

https://www.fabian4.co.uk/adhoc/payment.aspx

There will be no charge for posting. 

 

Please contact Rona Molloy with details of what badge you would like and an address to post it to.

Rona Molloy –

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Lost Property

The team at Scottish 6 days have collated a list of the 'LOST PROPERTY' Items, we have a detailed list below. If this belongs to you or your family can you please contact Rona and Jonathan:

Rona Molloy 07745 957326

Jonathan Molloy 07803 616471

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Strathearn 2019 Scottish 6 Days Photography

We have had a great response regarding photography of each day, view the selection below:

Oscar Worth
Day 1 & 2

Andrew Johnson
Day 1Day 2Day 3Crieff SprintTrail-ODay 4, Day 6

Wendy Carlyle
Day 1Day 2Day 3, Day 4, Day 5, Day 6 & Prize Giving

Steve Rush:
Auchingarrich

Day 1 part 1Day 1 part 2  
Edinchip
Day 2 part 1Day 2 part 2Day 2 part 3 
Dundurn
Day 3 part 1Day 3 part 2  
Day 3 Elites WRE  
Rest Day - Crieff Sprint MaCrosty Park
Sprint  
Drummond Castle Estate & Torlum Wood
Rest Day Trail O  

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Day 2 Jury Decision

The Day 2 Organiser has received 4 protests about the decision to void the legs across the river. The Day Organiser and Controller decided that they did not agree with the protests and convened the jury who have now reached the following decision:

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Day 2 Report

No event complete without a bridge

Edinchip is a brand new area to orienteering and credit goes to Allan Downie  (Tayside Orienteers) and Terry O’Brien (Event Coordinator) for their exploratory efforts finding new terrain that was under everyone’s noses all the time.  Edinchip was technically less demanding than Auchingarrich, but instead offered a variety of different terrain types from sheep grazed moorland, birch forest, marsh, ancient oak woodland and more marsh!

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Day 2: Edinchip

Edinchip

Monday 29th July

Edinchip is a new area for orienteering, adjacent to the small village of Lochearnhead at the western end of Loch Earn. The village is popular for a wide range of watersports including sailing, water-skiing, wake-boarding and canoeing.

Please note this is a Remote Finish Area. The Race Arena is co-located with parking in Lochearnhead.

The Livestream today is focused on the M/W 18L but not exclusively.

Livestream Selected Athletes M18L Tracking W18L Tracking

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Live Video Streaming

and GPS Tracking

The aim of the Livestream is to cover the breadth and depth of orienteering that we see every two years at the Scottish 6 Days. Therefore, the coverage will focus on different age classes each day. As well as the Livestream there will be GPS tracking available separately.

Please check if you have been selected to carry a tracker.

See below for the links to each days coverage.

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Daily News

Some great news featured on this page! For specific information on each days activity please refer to the details below...

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for information about Scottish 6 Days Orienteering. Please share your excitement and get involved.

 

We have had a great response regarding photography of each day, view the selection on the page below:

Photography

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Course Details

For the main 6 Days, a full range of age classes is available, from M/W10 to M/W85. White, Yellow, Orange, Light Green, and Green courses are also available for less experienced or casual orienteers.

Please Note:
The starts locations are referred to by colour, these have nothing to do with the colour of courses. See the table of classes below for details.
Also, you may have noticed on the programme that we also have a touch-free finish.

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