Information and applications for the 2020 NJP have been posted on the Orienteering USA website's Junior Team page
I have a question about the performance benchmarks for the development team. The only times given are for Orange level performance. What about juniors who are running on advanced courses. How do they determine if they qualify? Do they have to go out and run an Orange course? And what if the terrain is slow (excessive climb or slow vegetation)?
These are rough guidelines, times given are for Orange, and can be calculated from their results in a race. They can go back to an old race on Orange and figure out their speed they had at that time, before moving up to an advanced level, and then also include the speed for some of the advance courses they ran recently. It is just so as to be able to quantify "orienteered confidently".
Reminder of the 15 December deadline to submit your 2020 National Junior Program applications if you want to be considered to be on the Junior National Team. Time flies, do not wait until semester exams are starting!
It's almost a month now that information and applications for the 2020 National Junior Program (NJP) have been posted on the Orienteering USA website's Junior Team page.
Applications for the 2020 NJP to be on the Junior Development Team will be accepted throughout the year, however, those who want to be considered for the Junior National Team, the deadline is in 2 days! December 15 of 2019.