New Israeli O-Sites   2 comments

While my blog is having a relatively quiet time, mainly because I'm busy with more important things (no, I don't mean work, I mean O-things!), two new Israeli O-sites have started up.
One is Oded Verbin's "Magnivut" (a Hebrew pun on "cool orienteering"), which is a site of sites. It's all in Hebrew, but contains links to every orienteering site, blog, or event you can imagine, organised beautifully. Try clicking around even if you can't read Hebrew (Google Translate can't cope – I tried) – you'll understand many of the pages.
The other is Zef Segal's blog, where he is now posting all his routes from orienteering and training. You'll see more Israeli maps there than here, because he goes to more events, and isn't as busy as me mapping, coaching and organising them (though he does all these things as well).
I'm enjoying the cool air in Munich this week, but I'll be back home tomorrow and I hear that the temperatures in Israel have dropped at last to a bearable level, so orienteering will become more enjoyable again.

Posted 07/10/2010 by dchissick in Uncategorized

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  1. writes:In case you haven't mentioned it before, you should also note that the Israel Orienteering Association launched an English version website this past summer. http://israelorienteering.org/

  2. Anonymous writes:In case you haven't mentioned it before, you should also note that the Israel Orienteering Association launched an English version website this past summer. http://israelorienteering.org/

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