All posts by Matthias Mahr

Angel Street-O Results and Series Results

Thank you to our friends at London Orienteering Klubb for organising this Tuesday’s Street-O. Almost 100 people enjoyed the nice (if windy) conditions and you can find the Race Results here.

With 6 out of 8 races completed, the Series Results standings are starting to firm up too, but there’s all to play for in the last two races. Join us on Tuesday 10th of March for the next race in Highgate, Nort London – details coming soon!

Any queries please to

Wimbledon Street-O results

*Final Results below & Series Results added* And join us at the for the next Street-O on Tuesday 11 February, organised by our friends at LOK (and they’d like you to pre-enter please, see the form!)

It was great to see more than 100 people at our Wimbledon Street-O last night, including loads of newcomers. And weren’t we all lucky with the weather! I hope you enjoyed your time and will join us for future races including our Barnes Night-O in two weeks and the next Street-O in February.

Here are the Final Results for the race, which was very ably organised by first-time duo Marc and Natalia. Marc says: “Thanks to everyone for coming by and making this the race the one with the biggest attendance of this Street series events. The foxes were scared about how many people were running and looking for different points in Wimbledon. Some of you were impressed with how gorgeous some houses were and tested your physical conditions after Christmas on the hills of Wimbledon Village. On the other hand, the orienteers who picked the South Wimbledon area found the streets so quiet, including the cemetery. We hope to see you again and encouraged the newcomers to join us in further events. Moltes gràcies!”

Any results queries to please and I’ll be posting updated Series Results by the weekend.

Wimbledon Street-O, Wednesday 15 January

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all! The first SLOW race of 2020 will be a Street Orienteering Race in our South-West London heartland of Wimbledon! Do make a note and join us on Wednesday 15 January for an evening of checkpoint hunting and socialising. Our meeting point this time is The Old Frizzle pub, which is a 5 minute walk from Wimbledon station (well connected by tube, train and tram.) I hope to see lots and lots of you there!
LocationWimbledon
AddressThe Old Frizzle, 74-78 The Broadway, Wimbledon SW19 1RQ
Latitude/longitude51.4198, -0.2022
OS grid referenceTQ251705
MapsGoogle Maps, OpenStreetMap
Entry is £3 for SLOW and LOK members, students and juniors and £4 for others. This includes a hire chip card to record your time, or if you have your own you get a £1 discount. As it will be dark, you should wear hi-visibility clothing and you might want to bring a headlamp to make map-reading easier.
RegistrationBetween 1800 and 1930
Start TimesBetween 1800 and 1930
Like all our Street-Os, this a public race – all are welcome. Please RSVP to the event via Facebook to let us know you are coming – you can also see who else is coming here and post queries. 
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All competitors take part at their own risk, and because of our insurance any under-16s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. If you have any questions, do ask them on Facebook or email the organiser Marc Escolar Garcia on

Northfields Street-O Results

Well done to the 60 hardy souls who braved last night’s wet and windy weather to chase points around Northfields and Ealing. First time organiser Ralph Dadswell did a sterling job assisted by Duncan Grassie, so thank you very much to them!

We have now published the Race Results as well as the updated Series Results after Race 4. Well done to Matt Vokes and Lizzie Broughton for convincing victories.

For our next Street Orienteering Race we return to our heartland of Wimbledon, with details available soon. Please note this race will be on Wednesday 15th of January, rather than the usual Tuesday. We hope to see many of you there and in the meantime have a great Christmas.

Matthias, street-o coordinator

Northfields Street-O, Tuesday 10 December

Welcome one and all to our last Street Orienteering Race of 2019! Do join us for a pre-Christmas run around the streets of Brentford and Ealing (silly hats and mince pies optional.)  Our meeting point this time is The Forester pub at 2 Leighton Road, West Ealing, London W13 9EP. It’s about 800m from each of Northfields station (on the Piccadilly Line) and West Ealing train station. Additionally, buses E2 and E3 stop nearby.
LocationNorthfields
Address2 Leighton Road, West Ealing, London W13 9EP
Latitude/longitude51.5062, -0.3204
OS grid referenceTQ167799
MapsGoogle Maps, OpenStreetMap
Entry is £3 for SLOW and LOK members, students and juniors and £4 for others. This includes a hire chip card to record your time, or if you have your own you get a £1 discount. As it will be dark, you should wear hi-visibility clothing and you might want to bring a headlamp to make map-reading easier.
RegistrationBetween 1800 and 1915
Start TimesBetween 1815 and 1930
Like all our Street-Os, this a public race – all are welcome. Please RSVP to the event via Facebook to let us know you are coming – you can also see who else is coming here and post queries. 
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All competitors take part at their own risk, and because of our insurance any under-16s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. If you have any questions, do ask them on Facebook or email the organiser Ralph Dadswell on

Battersea Street-O Results

Thank you all for coming to last night’s street-o in Battersea and to Ed for organising! Here are the race results and Series Results have now also been added.

Ed says: “First, a big thank you to everyone who stepped up to help out on the night – setting up, marking answer sheets but most of all helping run the start and finish – it couldn’t have happened without you! Apologies to everyone who was confused by the missing elliptical running machines at control 29 on Clapham Common – they were there when I set the course! The correct answer is of course “zero” but everyone who put some answer down has been credited. No apologies to those who were tricked into trying to run across Battersea Railway Bridge or through the Morgan’s Walk estate by Battersea Bridge – the map is fairly clear. Hope everyone had as much fun running as I did setting the course. “

Ed’s also got some lost property including a headtorch, a hand torch and phone! Please get in touch on to claim.

The next race is in Ealing / Brentford on Tuesday 10 December with details to follow shortly. Hope many of you can join us then!

Battersea Street-O, Tuesday 12 November

Welcome one and all to our third Street Orienteering Race! After two slightly-further-out races we return to central London, and more precisely lovely Battersea! Do join us for an evening’s racing & chat. Our meeting point this time is the Duke of Cambridge pub at 228 Battersea Bridge Road, SW11 3AA.  It’s not too far from Clapham Junction and a number of bus routes stop very close by. There’s also a Santander Cycle rack a couple of minutes’ walk away. We have a nice private area in the pub so do stay for a post-race chat & some food and drink afterwards!
LocationBattersea
AddressDuke of Cambridge, 228 Battersea Bridge Road
Latitude/longitude51.4729, -0.1659
OS grid referenceTQ275765
MapsGoogle Maps, OpenStreetMap
Entry is £3 for SLOW and LOK members, students and juniors and £4 for others. This includes a hire chip card to record your time, or if you have your own you get a £1 discount. The area is generally well-lit but you should wear hi-visibility clothing and you might want to bring a headlamp to make map-reading easier.
RegistrationBetween 1800 and 1930
Start TimesBetween 1800 and 1930
Like all our Street-Os, this a public race – all are welcome. Please RSVP to the event via Facebook to let us know you are coming – you can also see who else is coming here and post queries. 
This event is on FacebookThis event is on Facebook. Say you are coming here!
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All competitors take part at their own risk, and because of our insurance any under-16s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. If you have any questions, do ask them on Facebook or email the organiser Ed Catmur on