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UK Cities Cup series finale in Oxford - 15/11/07
.The 1st UK Cities Cup Series reaches it's final destination and final race for 2007. For a race which went a long way to inspire the series' creation, it is a fitting that The Oxford City Race hosts the series finale. Entries are now open, make sure you don't miss out! Find out the full details here

Entries open for the UK Cities Cup series finale in Oxford - 10/10/07
.The 1st UK Cities Cup Urban Orienteering Series came to a close with the completion of the Oxford City Race on Saturday. However there was much to be decided on the day with only two points seperating the top two women overall. Find out the full details here

The Cities Cup Conquers Warwick - 10/10/07
.Sunday 10 October saw the UK Cities Cup series hit historic Warwick for the penultimate race before the series draws to a close with the Oxford city race in just over a months time.

Competitors faced a course of contrasts. From the opening and closing forays into pits, knolls and depressions, to the streets, alleys and passageways of Warwick which interlinked the mixed parkland to the north, Warwick Castle to the south and a final push for home through gardens, crazy golf and playing fields to the finish. Full report on how they faired here

Warwick opens its Castle gates for race 5 - 09/09/07
.Warwick Town and castle provide the backdrop to the penultimate race of the series. Octavian Droobers have pulled out all the stops for this race including gaining exclusive access to Warwick Castle which is sure to provide another exciting set of courses. The race is being run in conjunction with The Warwick Words festival, promising to be a goo audience and providing more entertainment after the race. Full details including how to enter here

UK Cities Cup rolls in to Lincoln for race 4 - 21/08/07
.No sooner has Kingussie been completed, our attentions swing towards race 4 - Lincoln. The local club are experts at urban race planning with most of their top terrain being in urban environments so this promises to be another good race and continue the high standards set by UK Cities Cup race planners and organisers. Full details including how to enter here

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