Asia

Did you know…?

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Hong Kong is probably the earliest place in Asia to have orienteering as a sport. Being one of the last remaining British colonies in the 20th century, the British Armed Forces brought the sport from Europe to Hong Kong in the 1950s/1960s, then taught the police and the scouts how to play it, then taught […]

AsOC

Asian Champs ended—and 2019 comes

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Asian Championships (AsOC) in Hong Kong ended with middle distance and relay. Japan took the most high-ranks in middle distance while Hong Kong and China teams went well in sprint. A few European runners were top, e.g. Vojtěch Král and Denisa Kosová from the Czech Republic. Full results (relay results not posted yet at the […]

Asia

AsOC starts! Who will win?

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First start 10am in Hong Kong (3am in Sweden/Central Europe)! Are the teams ready? Taiwan Japan Singapore Other teams like Hong Kong, Macau, South Korea, China, Kazakhstan, India etc. are also in. Some non-Asian orienteers like Yannick Michiels will also compete. Följ och gilla oss!20