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2016 Australian Intervarsity Rogaining Championships Print E-mail

2016 Australian Intervarsity Rogaining Championships will be held in conjunction with our own ACT Champs on 30 April-1 May. We would like to see lots of ACT university teams competing so we can keep the trophy in the ACT. Will ADFA steal it from ANU though? If you are interested in getting your entry fee and bus transport paid as an ACT university team, please get in contact with David Baldwin.
http://rogaine.asn.au/Latest/Intervarsity-Championship-2016.html

 
Life Membership for Glenn Bridgart Print E-mail

Glenn Bridgart was made a life member of the ACT Rogaining Association at the AGM on 20 March 2016.  Glenn was nominated for his outstanding contribution to rogaining in the ACT through 16 years on the ACTRA committee, including President between 2007 and 2011; organising and helping at events; teaching others to rogaine; and displaying outstanding natural rogaining ability.  Read the full nomination on the documents page.  Congratulations Glenn.

Last Updated on Monday, 28 March 2016 17:19
 
Life Membership for Glenn Bridgart Print E-mail

Glenn Bridgart was made a life member of the ACT Rogaining Association at the AGM on 20 March 2016.  Glenn was nominated for his outstanding contribution to rogaining in the ACT through 16 years on the ACTRA committee, including President between 2007 and 2011; organising and helping at events; teaching others to rogaine; and displaying outstanding natural rogaining ability.  Read the full nomination on the documents page.  Congratulations Glenn.

 
ACT champs 8/24 hour event over 30 April/1 May: enter by 25 April Print E-mail

P1040989__640x480_.jpgEnter now for the ACT's annual signature event: the ACT 8 and 24 hour championships, this year at Snowball. The headwaters of the Shoalhaven River are waiting for you! The area includes extensive river flats, old growth forests, some areas logged in the past and patches of farmland. Much of the area is open eucalypt forest. Of course, there are a few hills with elevations from 850m to 1250m. Fire trails cross the area and we have marked on some of the old logging tracks to help you through the scrubby bits. There will be two 1:25,000 A3 maps to ponder over on Saturday morning. 
There will be a bus to the event for those doing the 24 hour event at a subsidised fare of $25. Get there relaxed and get home safely. It takes about 2 hours to drive there. We highly recommend you take the bus, for safety and because there is limited parking at the hash house.

Book for the event by 25 April, and book the bus by 20 April.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 May 2016 18:34
 
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