Nearest Postcode is PO12 3BY, Military Road Gosport. From the M27 junction 11 take the A32 to Gosport, then at the Fort Brockhurst roundabout, follow signs to HMS SULTAN
Training Establishment barracks with many buildings and hardstandings, roads, walkways, 2 Palmerston forts with moats, some paths, woodland, mostly flat. Do not attempt to access Fort rampart or wet/dry moats. Military Road which separates the two sites of HMS SULTAN is out of bounds and outside the course area. Only the Western main site will be used.
Scale 1:10,000, 5 Colour. Map partly updated/last updated 2015. Overprinted on waterproof paper. Loose control descriptions available at Registration.
Using EMIT Touch - free system – Results available at http://baoc/info
1100 – 1415 hours
1115 – 1430 hours
Courses close: 1545hrs
All civilian runners need to pre-register using online entry system on BAOC website
ALL RUNNERS MUST DOWNLOAD BY COURSE CLOSURE TIME; EVEN IF YOU DO NOT FINISH THE COURSE.
Colour Distance Remarks
Blue 7.0 km - Experienced orienteers only
Short Green 3.5 km - Experienced slower orienteers
Light Green 5.0 km - Improving orienteers
Orange (Easy) 3.3km - Suitable for novices
All course distances and climb are subject to final controlling
Other Instructions: Units wishing to bring in excess of 15 personnel are requested to contact the organiser in advance. Strictly no dogs permitted.
For details of RAF(U) Swannick Interflight competition
WO Steve Collins 01489 612943
Military - £3.50p
Senior Civilians (M/W 21 and above) - £6.00p
Junior Civilians (M/W 20 and below) - £5.00p
EMIT touch free
Hire - £1.50p (free etag hire for those with their own ecard)
SRO & Organiser: Cdr Damian Rawlings
Controller: John Cook (BAOC/WSX)
Planner: Roger Holehouse (RNRMOC associate/WIM)
Contact Details: Damian.email@example.com
Facilities: Toilets and water/squash. Ultrasport in attendance.
Dress: Urban event so shorts or vests are allowed.
Insurance: For civilians participating in Army orienteering, Public Liability Insurance is provided by Towergate; individuals are advised to have their own private accident insurance. This event is conducted iaw British Orienteering Rules 2018 (v3.7) and land booked iaw the AOA DIO Licence and JSP907. Orienteering in the Army is classed as individual military training. All others take part at their own risk.
The personal data you give at Registration will be used by the event organisers and their agents but only for the purpose of processing/publishing entries/results, conducting safety checks and as required by our insurers to validate our cover; and, managed iaw the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).