Something I just remembered for event organizers. At some events in Spain, the organizers would print out a huge map about 50" inches long with the men's and women's elite courses on them.
After the race (a middle, for example) they would call the men's and women's winners up and each would draw their routes in front of a crowd. They'd have a microphone and different colored markers. The crowd was really interested in seeing the course review right there after the race. It seemed like a good way to create a bit more of an atmosphere at the event and get everyone excited about the sport.
Maybe this could be done on the TV screens we often have for results at the finish.
Maybe we'll be able to do that at the Harriman Orienteering Festival this fall...
Running 15:00  4.0 km (3:45 / km)
First intervals in quite a long time. Achilles protested a bit, but not much. Very happy to be back on the track and pushing myself. Kept it short. Workout was 4x800 on 90 sec recovery.
Not at my fastest level. But getting there!
Running warm up/down 45:00  9.0 km (5:00 / km)
Circuit Training 20:00 
2x7 minute workout