In Norway 35 094 participants registered in 243 places of work. This is an increase of approximately 10,000 participants compared to last year, and Norway is thus the country that has increased second most globally after Russia.
Norway is also in second place in terms of number of participants, which we have every reason to be proud of.
Many clubs and schools have shown great commitment to the world’s o-day, and seen opportunities and potential in marketing and visibility for more people.
Locally, many clubs have assisted schools with the organization of maps with o-arrangements, training of students and teachers, and also arranged the world’s o-day.
There have also been many club events in the evening where an extra effort has been made to bring new ones to try orientation.
Read more at;
http://www.orientering.no/nyheter/rekorder-for-verdens-o-dag/ (in Norwegian).