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是香港定向總會 (OAHK) 屬會之一。






Apex Action was established on August 5, 2010.

It is affiliated to the Orienteering Associations of Hong Kong (OAHK).

The key staffs have more than 30 years of experience in orienteering,

including orienteering coaches and technical officials.

Apex Action is committed to promoting the development of orienteering in Hong Kong.

We organize frequently all kinds of Orienteering activities.

We are happy to cooperate with any organization and individual.

宗旨 Objective

1. 推廣野外定向活動;

2. 舉辦野外定向比賽及訓練活動;

3. 促進和加強年青運動員在野外定向方面的發展;

4. 提高地區層面的體育水平;

5. 鼓勵會員及大眾終身參與體育運動;

6. 選派代表出席/參與香港定向總會的活動;

7. 推薦會員申請成為香港定向總會會員;

8. 舉辦聯誼活動增進會員之聯繫。

1. Promote orienteering activities;

2. Organize orienteering competitions and training activities;

3. Promote and strengthen the development of young athletes in orienteering;

4. Enhance the standard of sports at community level;

5. Encourage lifelong participation in sports;

6. Select representatives to attend the activities of the OAHK;

7. Recommend members to join OAHK;

8. Organize social activities to enhance the connections between members.


定向是使用內容詳盡的地圖及通常也要使用指南針,自行計劃最佳路線,順序到訪地圖上顯示的所有控制點,以完成時間最短 者為勝,


無論男女老幼,都可量力而為,可快跑、慢慢跑, 或慢慢行去完成賽程。



在 1918年,瑞典童軍領袖僑蘭特 (Major Evnst Killander) 利用“尋寶遊戲”作為訓練,逐漸發展成為定向運動。

國際定向聯盟 (IOF) 是於 1961年5月21日在丹麥哥本哈根成立。

徒步定向在 1977年成為奧林匹克運動項目。

IOF 在 1995年成為國際世界運動總會 (IWGA) 的會員。IWGA 是於 1981年成立。

香港定向總會 (OAHK) 於 1981年成立,並於 1982年年底成爲國際定向聯會 (IOF) 的成員。

香港野外定向會 (HKOC) 於 1979年8月8日成立, 是香港第一個公開的定向團體。

What Is Orienteering ?

Orienteering is an exciting outdoor adventure sport that is an exercise of personal wisdom and physical fitness and involves walking or running whilst navigating around a course using a detailed map and usually a compass.

The aim is to navigate in sequence between a set of control points and decide the best route to complete the course in the quickest time.

It does not matter how young, old, or fit you are, as you can run, walk or jog the course and progress at your own pace.

Orienteering is also a sport for the whole family as well as team-building training.

Orienteering can take place anywhere from remote forests and the countryside to urban parks and school playgrounds.

International orienteering Federation (IOF) was established in Copenhagen, Denmark on 21st May 1961.

Foot orienteering became a recognized Olympic sport in 1977.

The International Orienteering Federation (IOF) became a member of the International World Games Association (IWGA) in 1995. IWGA was established in 1981.

Orienteering Association of Hong Kong (OAHK) was established in 1981 and became a member of the International Orienteering Federation (IOF) in 1982.

The Hong Kong Orienteering Club (HKOC) was established on August 8, 1979 and was the first orienteering club open to all.


1. 定向是一項終生運動


定向賽事設有分齡組別,適合 6 歲至 90 歲的跑手參加。

2. 不僅僅是跑步




徒步定定向、山地單車定向、滑雪定向及沿徑定向 (讓各類傷健人仕同場公平競賽)。


3. 每項賽事都不一樣




4. 定向是一項友善的運動


5. 總有改進的空間





6. 定向會把帶你去你從未去過的地方





你最終可能會跳過溪流、跨過倒下的樹木或在荗密的叢林中艱苦前進 (通常都是在你迷路時才會發生的)。

8. 不單止會令人變成泥鴨的樣子





9. 你可到世界各地比賽 (不是只限精英運動員)

無論你的定向水平如何,你都可以到多達70個國家/地區參加比賽, 在其他運動項目中並不多見。

當你學會了基本的定向地圖符號,無論你走到哪裡,語言都是一樣的, 都不會有語言上的障礙問題。

很許多國家每年都有舉辦定向節/定向嘉年華, 例如:

瑞典 O-Ringen 的多天定向以及晚上的社交活動

近在市區的比賽是為你提供更多的好方法, 讓你下一次在市區渡假增加一點樂趣(和鍛煉)。

10. 定向帶給你生活上的技能

在這個 iPhone、Google Map 谷歌地圖)和GPS手錶的現代世界中,


大概這些人是沒有在十歲大時, 就被帶進了幽暗的森林深處而迷路了。




10 Reasons Why Orienteering is the Best Sport Ever

1. Orienteering is a sport for life

As soon as you’re able to toddle on your own two feet, parents would take you around the funny orienteering.

At the orienteering events, there are age classes that cater to runners from age six to ninety.

2. It’s not all about running

Fitness is no barrier to orienteering.

Many people walk around their courses and can be a good idea whilst their navigation improves.

There are four disciplines of orienteering:

foot, mountain bike, ski and trail orienteering (designed for people of all physical abilities to compete on equal terms).

So there’s something for everyone.

3. Every event is different

In your orienteering lifetime, you will never run the same route twice.

Which means there is always an element of the unknown when you set off.

Variety is the spice of orienteering life.

4. Orienteering is the friendly sport

Orienteers love introducing new people to the sport and share with beginners or young families their basic navigational techniques.

5. There’s always room to improve

There is rarely such a thing as a perfect run in orienteering.

Even on your best day, you’ll have a few seconds wasted for different minor mistakes;

you could have stolen a minute if you’d have taken a slightly different route.

It means there’s always something you can work on and some way to get better.

6. Orienteering takes you to places you’d never otherwise go

You always get to explore woodlands, moors, and valleys you’d never normally go to.

7. It’s a full-body workout

Orienteering is not just off-road, it’s off-trail.

Once you get beyond the easier beginner routes, the courses are designed to avoid paths as much as possible.

You may end up jumping across streams, leaping fallen trees or fighting through thickets of trees (usually only if you’ve got lost).

8. But it’s not all about getting muddy

Whilst orienteering is traditionally associated with hills, forests, and parks, a whole new niche of orienteering has sprung up in towns and cities across the country.

Urban orienteering combines lightning-speed navigation with fast running.

They’re a great way to explore parts of the city you never knew existed.

As the navigation and the maps tend to be much simpler, these can be a great introduction to orienteering for newbies.

9. You can compete all over the world (without being an elite athlete)

There aren’t many sports where you can compete in more than 70 countries, whatever your level of expertise.

Once you’ve learned the basic orienteering map symbols, the language is the same wherever you go.

Many countries hold Orienteering Festivals/Carnivals every year, such as:

O-Ringen in Sweden, multiple days of events with social activities in the evenings.

And urban races are a great way to add a bit of interest (and exercise) to your next city break.

10. It gives you skills for life

In this modern-day world of iPhones, Google maps and GPS watches,

why other people struggle to remember directions, seem to have absolutely no sense of direction, and can’t hold a map the right way round.

These people probably weren’t sent out into a deep dark forest to get lost from the tender age of ten.

Parents take their children orienteering!

Let them go out and get lost!!

It will teach them to be independent, adventurous and non-directionally challenged!!!


會長:         陳志成先生

技術秘書: 游國峰先生

訓練秘書: 游羿先生

推廣秘書: 姚志成先生

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