2015 New Zealand Secondary Schools Orienteering Championships - proudly hosted by Nelson Orienteering Club
Held Thursday 16 July - Saturday 18 July 2015 - Tasman Region
We have a second race report available in regard to the Intermediate Girls Relay Event.
The amended results table is also attached
Overall Points tables
Congratulations to all the winning schools. The main competition for most schools are the Top Schools trophies – the best 3 in each grade are counted for all three days. The Premier Trophy is awarded to just Championship runners, and counts the first competitor from each school in each grade for the Sprint and Long only.
Premier School Girls = Diocesan
Premier School Boys = Long Bay
See here for all Premier results
Boys = Napier - see here for full results
Girls = Diocesan - see here for full results
Small Teams = Kristin - see here for full results
Year 7/8 Boys = Pukekohe
Year 7/8 Girls = St Cuthberts
Combined boys/girls for the 'Rock' = St Cutherberts
See here for full results
Primary is unranked
Day Three - Rabbit Island - Relays
Here's the final results - and some explanatory relay notes - thanks everyone. Please read the relay analysis if you have queries. Sorry there will be no further dialogue on the results. A big Well Done to all competitors. We hope you enjoyed your three days of events.
Day Two - Rabbit Island
A big day out there today. Thankfully the weather was kind and it turned out a stunning Nelson Winter's day..
Long - Rabbit Island - Results
Results for day one - sprints - are available now
Well done Cameron D'Isle for taking out the Senior Boys, and Alice Tilley, from Dio, for Senior Girls. In Intermediates Jo Lynch came first in Boys, and Marisol Hunter in Girls. For Junior Boys, Kaiyin Hardy and Jessica Swell respectively in Boys and Girls. Will Tidswell led in Year 7/8 Boys, and Lucy Burrel won the Girls.
Sprint - Motueka - Results
Heaps of Photos are available for viewing...
go to Thomas Stolberger's Photography Facebook page
or check out the Nelson Orienteering Club FB page - thanks to Donald Allison-Carnie for the photos on the NOC Facebook page.