MLS Bordon - Harris Team Event

Wednesday 15th May

Military League (South)
Line Courses available.

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Entered: 179

Car Sharing available


Long Harris
3 person team. Created from 3 individual entries with the same Team name on the entry form.
Entered: 37

Short Harris
3 person team. Created from 3 individual entries with the same Team name on the entry form.
Entered: 19

Experienced orienteers only
Entered: 45

Experienced orienteers only.
Entered: 38

Sh Green
Experienced orienteers only.
Entered: 35

Good for all levels.
Entered: 5

See flyer for course details

Entry Fees
    Senior: £8.00
    Senior Chip hire: £2.00
    Junior: £5.50
    Junior Chip hire: £2.00
Serving Military
    Entry Fee: £4.25
    Entry Fee Chip hire: £2.00
Military Veteran
    Entry Fee: £5.50
    Entry Fee Chip hire: £2.00
MOD Civilian
    Entry Fee: £4.25
    Entry Fee Chip hire: £2.00

Juniors are under 21 on 31st December.

EOD surcharge £1.50 per entry.
Event Information

Detailed Information
For details of course lengths, map, terrain and facilities please see the flyer on

Refund Policy
You may withdraw from the event up until 18:00hrs the day before. Your entry fee will be held as a credit to be redeemed when you next enter an ML(S) event.

Hire card collection:1045 - 1355 hours.
Line Course Starts: 1100 - 1400 hrs
Harris Mass Start: 1300 hrs
Courses Close: 1500 hrs. Controls will be taken in from 1500 hrs.
All runners must download by course closure time; even if you do not finish the course.

You must adhere to the British Orienteering Participant Code of Conduct.

Please note that smoking or vaping is not allowed at the event.

Full leg and arm cover is mandatory; that means no shorts or vests.

Whistles are compulsory. Available for £1 in the charity box at registration.

Civilian Participation
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 2019 and land booked iaw the AOA DIO Licence and JSP907.

Personal Responsibility
Orienteering in the Army is classed as individual military training. Competitors are responsible for their own personal safety and for assessing their own abilities to complete the course.

Use of personal data
The personal data you give at Registration will be used by the event organisers and their agents for the purpose of processing and publishing entries and results, conducting safety checks and as required by our insurers to validate our cover. Your information will be managed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).