The Winter O' Series was established in the winter of 1992-93 to provide a focus for the winter orienteering season, and to provide participation for adults at Washington Interscholastic Orienteering League events. O' Series meets are held in conjunction with WIOL meets.

How does it work?

The rules for the Series are simple. Each year, specific meets are designated as O' Series meets. At each O' Series meet, points are awarded based on your order of finish on the longest course. The winner receives 100 pts., 2nd place 95 pts., 3rd place 92 pts., 4th place 90 pts., 5th 89 pts., and so on. Men and women are scored separately, but compete on the same course. Your best 4 scores (there are usually 6-8 meets) are combined to arrive at your total score. Series results are based on these total scores and the top 3 men and women receive awards.

How do I sign up?

Just show up at an O' Series meet and do the longest course. Everyone on the longest course is automatically registered in the O' Series.

When does it start?

The first O' Series meet is normally in November. Check the Events page for the current schedule.

Series Championships

The O' Series Championship event is held in conjunction with the Interscholastic Orienteering League Championships in February.


Check this web site for meet results and current/past O' Series standings.

2006-2007 Final Standings
2005-2006 Final Standings
2004-2005 Final Standings

2003-2004 Final Standings
2002-2003 Final Standings
2001-2002 Final Standings
2000-2001 Final Standings
1999-2000 Final Standings
1998-1999 Final Standings

Last update: February 19, 2007

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