The ASO League is an annual competition open to any
school or youth group. It is a series of 8 Sunday morning orienteering
races held throughout the year in which competitors score
points for themselves and for their schools.
is an exciting sport which provides a tough mental and physical
challenge to the competitor as they use a map to race around
an unknown area of forest or moorland. The sport is perfect
for people of all fitness levels as you can compete at your
own pace. It is a great way to explore the countryside and
to learn map-reading and decision-making skills.
The ASO Parents League introduced last season continues in 2016-17. Scores are on the Scores page
the ASO League you can find out more about your local
orienteering club and take part in national competitions like
the British Schools Championships. From there, who knows where
it might take you!?
As Leigh Woods has been cancelled, race 4 will be at Cannop Ponds and will be the final race where White is the expected course for Year 6. After that, Year 6 runners must run Yellow to score points in the ASO League.
Year 6 runners, like anyone else, can run up a class at any time, in which case they will be scored against the Year whose normal course that is.