Dear friends, We haven’t shared any information with you recently, but we are working hard on the organization of EYOC 2018. This weekend we had a visit from IOF Senior Event Advisor – Nermin Fenmen and we managed to cover the most impotant stuff. Together we discussed the maps, courses, terrains, printing quality, bulletins, partners and many more tasks that follow. We are happy with our progress and everything is going really well. We have the first partners and sponsors, the first official training camp is over and we are preparing the next one in March. See more information here. Also you can check theRead More →

Dear friends, We are happy to announce that the first official training camp is over. We were glad to welcome 34 competitors from Lithuania, Hungary and Bulgaria. They took part in 9 trainings for 5 days. On the trainings our great team placed prismas and SportIdent, so teams can analize better their trainings. We are waiting for some more teams in October. If you want to come and train here in Veliko Tarnovo, don’t hesitate to ask us at info(at)eyoc2018.eu We will make you personal schedule and organize trainings and accommodation for your team. See some photos from the camp here. Looking forward to seeingRead More →

We are starting series of interviews with the best Bulgarian athletes who had participated in EYOC and young European athletes that will run next year in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria. We want to present them to you with some interesting stories like how they started orienteering or their expectations about EYOC 2018 terrains, next year goals and much more.  Name Jónás Ferenc Age 16 Club Szegedi Vasutas Sportegyesület (SZVSE) Country Hungary G.K.: How did you start with orienteering? J.F.: I loved running and maps already in the preschool and my mom knew a trainer from my recent club, but I was too young so he invitedRead More →