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Orienteering in Latvia

Show Profile  HeadHoncho Posted: 28 April 2009, 5:01 AM  
Orienteering Club "Zieme
Program will cover accommodation, meal and transportation costs and will also provide with pocket money (EUR 80).

Orienteering Club will provide high quality training opportunities both in Talsi and Riga - a lot of map-reading trainings, trainings in arena and sport halls. Living in Riga will be provided in the centre of Riga with excellent opportunities for socializing. Participation in competitions every week, as well as Jukola and other international competitions.

To apply for this program, send your CV and motivation letter in English until May 15th to email: lismanis@gmail.com, the project begins in Autumn 2009. Additional information can be obtained by sending an e-mail to lismanis@gmail.com


Show Profile  HeadHoncho Posted: 28 April 2009, 5:03 AM  
Missing first paragraph after O club Z:

invites to apply young people (aged from 18 to 30 years) who wish to spend 6-12 months in Latvia, helping the orienteering club from Talsi in organizational activities, engaging in local towns social activities, as well as training together with the best Latvian orienteering athletes to achieve high-quality results in the future.


Show Profile  rob.g Posted: 28 April 2009, 7:40 AM  
It would have been perfect for you Rob C when you were under 30.

Good to hear the no smoking stance has lasted since Easter, so hope to see you out on those short red courses later in the year.

Show Profile  Jamie Posted: 28 April 2009, 8:01 AM  
I'd like to see you guys racing and make a video out of it.

Show Profile  HeadHoncho Posted: 29 April 2009, 2:21 AM  
You're a sicko Jamie - although a video of Garden after our One Tree Hill race (he won to be fair) would satisfy your sadistic cravings

Show Profile  Jamie Posted: 29 April 2009, 5:39 AM  
it has to be a head to head race with the soundtrack to chariots of fire;-)

Show Profile  onemanfanclub Posted: 29 April 2009, 5:49 AM  
no need to shoot in slow-mo though?

Show Profile  Alistair Posted: 29 April 2009, 2:20 PM  
Slow motion would have been necessary 20 years ago for Garden's legs - he had such a short stride length that to run as fast as he did was like watching the $6M-man.

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