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The 5 steps to getting your event under control

Have you ever took on too much or found it difficult to get your race off the ground due to costs? Do you use a guide or a process to make something work for you and your racers? Or do you just wing it? In the beginning, I was in the “wing it” crowd. I...

/ August 26, 2019

We all walk the long road

Thank you to everyone who walked the long road with me and supported me over the past years. This has truly been an incredible journey!

/ March 28, 2019

The right balance between registration and podium prizes

The more chances you give your racers to stand on the podium, the more likely they are to come to your race and come back to your race.

/ October 19, 2018

Why blurring the line between sports is good for business

The more an organizations like Orienteering USA works to bring in different kinds of people, the better that organization will become.

/ September 6, 2018

A Strategy for Saving American MTBO

How to make Orienteering USA competitive in mountain bike orienteering with a strategy for saving American MTBO.

/ August 14, 2018

MTBO in America is Dead – Long Live American MTBO

Not sending a US MTBO team to this year's World MTBO Championships would acknowledge that Orienteering USA's MTBO experiment has failed -- and that's not a bad thing!

/ July 17, 2018