Turned up in my Flipboard feed.
Awesome! It even gives AP a shout-out!
Thank you for sharing.
Happy and humbled to have inspired one to our sport and hopefully more to come!
That is good.
Now why doesn't someone contact the author and try to arrange for her to come to more events and do a follow up article, or articles. Include some more photos (" a picure tells . . . "). The photos should be scenic (eg： nice mountains in the background) and or dynamic/exciting (crossing streams, steep downhills, a bit of mud, etc) to pique the interest of 'mudrun' types. And include pictures of maps. I think there are quite a lot of people who might be interested in orienteering due to a more general interest in maps so show some maps. And make sure the maps you show are well presented (beautiful to look at ) - make the sport look like it is well run and well presented (which it is) not just some back yard job using ad hoc maps.