MEOSC (Magnet Edge Orienteering Sport Club) is a verified club-oriented organization under the Malaysia Sports Commissioner (KementerianBelia Dan Sukan Malaysia) on October 16, 2013. This organization joined the International Orientation Federation (IOF) in the world orienteering field in 2013, and was appointed by the IOF with a full membership in 2016, after going through a 3-year under membership trial.

During that period, MEOSC hosted numerous orienteering sports development programs such as athlete development training (LTAD), courses and specialty advance mapping course for the community and sports orienteering enthusiasts in Malaysia.

MEOSC has received tremendous support from the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Malaysia as well as the State Government, such as the Perak State Government in its support for the development of this orienteering sport.

MEOSC has good networks and relationships with federations around the world, especially neighboring Asian countries in sharing efforts and ideas in the field of sports development.

The development and interest of the Malaysian community in the sport is growing. At the moment, many corporate companies, government departments, universities, polytechnics, colleges, schools and NGOs have organized orienteering courses to further the knowledge about this particular sport.

In 2018, for the first time the IOF has mandated MEOSC to host the first World Ranking Event in Southeast Asia. The organization has shown a very significant impact on orienteering and the country itself.

In 2018, the MEOSC sent its members to sit for the IOF Event Adviser licensing workshop in Norway. This is to ensure that the quality of Malaysian orienteering sports is organized according to global standards.

This effort continuesindefinitely to ensure that the level of orienteering sports rises towards the betterment in our country.

In 2018, MEOSC established the Orienteering Academy of Malaysia, where it serves to focus on training and development in a more specific and systematic manner. The orienteering academy is responsible for the training module syllabus (LTAD) and updates the latest training syllabus to align with each course and practical training.

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