1. 3rd sprint format update

    A 3rd sprint race format will be added to the existing individual sprint and mixed sprint relay races in the World Orienteering Championships programme starting 2020. A development project runs in a full speed with many test races taking place, and the first scheduled official race on 4th October 2018 at the IOF Orienteering World […]
  2. Singaporeans visit Japan

    The sport of orienteering has just started in Singapore. The Orienteering Federation Singapore became a member of the IOF last summer. The federation was invited by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan and sent 5 orienteers from Singapore to Japan on the 20-28th of November.
  3. World Orienteering Day newsletter published

    A new WORLD ORIENTEERING DAY newsletter published. In this newsletter You will find examples of how the National Federations support WOD activities; the articles about maze orienteering; report about the last year’s WOD activities in Canberra, Australia and more. Read a newsletter here. Also, we gladly announce that Nokian Tyres, the main IOF sponsor, will […]
  4. IOF sets the ball rolling with the Global Orienteering Volunteer Project

    The Global Orienteering Volunteer Project was initiated in Autumn 2017 by the IOF Regional and Youth Development Commission. The principle aim is to bring orienteers who would like to share their expertise together with countries, clubs and orienteering communities which are in need of a helping hand.
  5. IOF Ski Orienteering Event Advisers Clinics

    We kindly remind all member federations about the upcoming IOF Ski Orienteering Event Advisers Clinic, which will be held during the last round of Ski Orienteering World Cup in Craftsbury, Vermont, USA, 6-8 March 2018.