U.S. Teams

2019 U.S. Team to WOC Announced

Below are the selections for this year's World Orienteering Championships in Østfold, Norway, August 12–17. We saw some great performances at the Team Trials at West Point, and we hope all the athletes are able to stay/get healthy and train well. for those of you who didn't make the team this year, please keep training and competing.

2019 U.S. National Orienteering Team Announced

We are excited to announce the U.S. National Orienteering Team members for 2019:


Greg Ahlswede, Giacomo Barbone, Eric Bone, Tori Borish, Alison Crocker, Morten Jørgensen, Jordan Laughlin, Anton Salmenkyla


Alison Campbell, Will Enger, Sydney Fisher


Brigitte Bordelon, Siri Christopherson, Tyra Christopherson, Martin Heir, Michael Laraia, Asne Tromborg

2019 U.S. Junior National Orienteering Team Announced

The JTESC and the coaches of the Junior National Program, Erin Schirm and Greg Ahlswede, are happy to announce the members of the National Junior Program's Development Team and National Team.

Please join us in welcoming the following athletes to our group for 2019: 

2019 U.S. JWOC Team Selection Criteria

Please review this document and note the two primary changes from previous years:

  • Removal of the ranking score
  • Addition of a 3k time trial score

For any questions regarding the selection criteria, please contact the National Junior Program at OUSAJuniorProgram [at] orienteeringusa [dot] org

2018 ARDF Team USA at World Championships

ARDF Team USA Scores Gold, Bronze, and Best-Ever World Championship Results in Korea

SOKCHO, South Korea – September 8, 2018

2018 U.S. Team to WOC Announced

Here is the 2018 U.S. Team, as selected by the Review Panel (RP) of Peggy Dickison, Tori Campbell, Kristin Hall, Will Hawkins, and Glen Tryson. They will head to Latvia August 4–11.

Call for 2018 Mountain Bike Orienteering (MTBO) Team Members

If you've been thinking at all about signing up for the US MTBO team but haven't had the time or made it happen -- now is your chance! Signing up means an opportunity to race against the world's best this August in Waldviertel, Austria from August 5-13. We are looking for athletes to compete in the Women's Elite, Men's Elite, and Juniors category as well!

Practice your skills in a multi-day training camp the week before competition starts, then participate in up to five events, ranging from Sprint, Middle, Long, Team Relay, and the newest discipline as of 2017, Mass Start.

2018 U.S. Team to JWOC Announced in California

The U.S. Junior Team Trials were held March 23-25, 2018, in conjunction with the California Orienteering Week events in the Sacramento area.

After tough deliberation and consideration of all the petitions, the selections committee is pleased to announce the team that will represent the U.S. at the Junior World orienteering championships in Hungary this summer. We want to thank everyone including the meet organizers, parents and supporters and especially the juniors. Go USA! It starts at home!

2018 National Junior Program Update

We are going into year six of the national junior program. It’s been quite a journey so far, and I am excited to be working with a second coach, Greg Ahlswede. Between the two of us I believe the program will be able to evolve to a much higher level. With growth and change there are always pain points as adjustments are made.

2018 Junior National Orienteering Team Announced

JTESC and the Junior National Coaches are pleased to announce the U.S. Junior Development Team and the Junior National Team athletes for 2018. With a second coach we are thrilled to say we have a record number of athletes committing to and participating in the junior national program. This allows us to have a more formal development team this year which will help our young juniors get the developmental support they need to progress to the national and international levels of competition. This process will help us implement a multi-stage development process to better prepare the U.S.