Results of the 2011 Negev Desert Championship have been posted on the ISO website.
Results of the 2011 Negev Desert Championship have been posted on the ISOA website:
Negev Championship Results
Results are in an Excel file. The file has 4 tabs: Total shows the championship winners, based on the combined results from Park Golda and Nitzana. Separate meet results are presented in the Nitzana, Shivta and Golda tabs.
The event organizers apologize for the delay in publishing results.
Important information about the Negev Desert Orienteering Championship is now available in English on the ISOA website. https://israelorienteering.org/championship-events/desert-championship-2011/
Important information about the Negev Desert Orienteering Championship is now available in English on the ISOA website.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the event, which is held in memory of Hagar Palmach, a teenager who died in a hiking accident while a student at the Sde Boker high school in 2001. In addition to orienteering, participants will enjoy visits to geological and historical sites, swimming, biking and other sporting activities, and lots of social and fun events.
The Desert Championship is a prelude to the major event of the Israel orienteering season, the Israel Open Championship, which will be held on February 25-26 in the Judaean foothills, southwest of Jerusalem. Over 50 competitors from various European countries will be participanting in this year’s event.
Final preparations are in progress for the Israel Sport Orienteering Association’s annual Israel Open Championship on the weekend of February 25-26. This two-day competition in February attracts hundreds of competitors from Israel and abroad. Together with the Negev Desert Championship on the preceding weekend, the ISOA offers a week full of great orienteering.
See details in the lastest bulletin (PDF): February O Festival 2011 – Bulletin 2.
This bulletin contains important information about the events, including registration instructions, schedules, driving maps to venues, and valuable course setters’ notes for each of the two days of the Israel Championship.