XXVIII Ilves-3

Time: 1.-3. Mai 2015

Place: Uniküla-Vooremäe, Haaslava vald, Tartu maakond

Program:

1. May Middle distance              Uniküla               Starts begin at 16:00

2. May Long distance                Uniküla               Starts begin at 10:00

TODAY THERE IS A BIKING COMPETITION On THE SAME TERRAIN. PLEASE BE CAREFUL. THEIR COURSE IS MARKED WITH A YELLOW-BLACK HAWAII EXPRESS PLASTIC FILM, WHICH IS ALLOWED TO BE CROSSED.

3. May Shortened long distance Vooremäe            Starts begin at 11:00

                                                                           Prize giving around 14:00

Directions and parking:

Signposts to the competition centre begin from Uniküla at 1. and 2. May and on the 3. day signposts begin from Roiu  ja Uniküla. Parking is free. 

 

Classes and preliminary course lengths​:

 

Class

Course length

Class

Course length

Men

1. May

2. May

3. May

Women

1. May

2. May

3. May

8NR

1,5/2

1,5/2

1,5/2

8NR

1,5/2

1,5/2

1,5/2

10NR

1,5/2

1,5/2

1,5/2

10NR

1,5/2

1,5/2

1,5/2

12

2

2,5

2

12

1,5

2,5

2

14

2,5

4,5

4

14

1,5

3

3

16

3

6,5

4,5

16

2,5

4

4

18

3,5

7

5

18

2,5

5

4

20

4

9

6

20

3

6

5

21E

5,5

14

8,5

21E

4

7,5

6

21A

4,5

10

7

21A

3

5

4,5

21B

3

6

5

21B

2

3,5

3,5

35

4

9

6

35

2,5

6

3,5

40

3,5

8

5

40

2,5

5,5

3,5

45

3,5

7,5

5

45

2,5

5

3,5

50

3,5

7,5

5

50

3

5

4

55

3,5

7

5

55

2,5

5

3,5

60

3

6,5

4,5

60

2

4

3

65

2,5

6

4

65

2

4

2,5

70

2

5

3,5

70

1,5

3,5

2,5

75

2

4,5

3

75

1,5

3,5

2

80

1,5

3,5

2

 

 

 

 

 

Terrain information:

Uniküla


The forests of Uniküla are from medium to fairly good runnability. There also occures some poorer runnability and old fields that are growing into thickets.The height difference on the terrain is 60m, on one slope 45m. The relief varies from flat areas to microrelief to large forms. There are a few large swamps and many smaller swamp on the terrain. The forest has a ordered network of tracks, also there are many paths and signs of forestry. In many places there are fallen trees which are mapped with symbol 408.0 (Undergrowth, difficult to run). Near the competition centre is a area for military field trainings thus there are many less distinct paths, small man-made objects and trenches. The larger collapsing trenches are marked with symbol 117.0 (rough terrain).

           

Vooremäe

Vooremägi is a hill with a thick network of tracks and paths that has a relative height of 60m.The runnability of the forest is from medium to good. There are some small swamps in the flat area of the southeastern and southern part of the terrain. During the last few years there has been much maintenance forestry. Thus there are many tractor tracks and the largest of those are marked with the symbol 508.0 (less distinct small path), and the smallest are not mapped. There are many small running tracks and mountain biking tracks that are mapped with the symbol 507.0 (small footpath). 

           

Starting:

Individual starts all days. Pre-start is 2 minutes. 2 minutes before the starting times the SI-card number is checked. 1 minute before the start the competitor moves next to his map. After the starting signal the competitor can  take his/her map. A marked route leads to the starting point. Passing through the starting point is mandatory. In starts 1 and  2 control descriptions are provided pre-start. Clothes used during warm-up are returned to the finishing area.

 

Open Course:

The open course begins in start 2. It is possible to start until 1,5h past the starting times

 

Finiš:

The competition ends for a competitor when he/she makes punches the finishing SI-station. Competitors who used needle punching for controls that weren’t working need to show the needle marks to the organisers in the finishing area. Rented SI cards need to be returned after finishing on the third day. All competitor recieve a paper with their individual times. Maps are collected until the end of the starts and are then returned

 

Registration:

Registration is open on the website osport.ee until 26.04.2015

 

Participation fees:

WM 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20                        3 EUR / day

WM 60, 65, 70, 75, M80                                5 EUR / day

WM 21, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55                             9 EUR / day

Open course                                                   5 EUR/ day

Punching system:

SPORTIdent (SI)  punching system is used in all classes. A SI-card can be rented for 1 EURO per day. If the rented SI-card is lost, a compensation fee of 30 EUROs has to be paid.

 

Kindergarten:

There is a kindergarten at the competition centre.

 

Minicourse:

Near the kindergarten there is a minicourse  for children younger than 10 years.

 

Washing:

In the competion centre there are hot shower and a mixed sauna.

 

Prize-giving:

Prizes are given to the best of each class. The number of prizes depends on the number of competitor in the given class.

 

Accommodation:

It is possible to get floor accommodation in Sillaotsa school for 10 EUROs per day (this includes breakfest and dinner). It is possible to pay in the competition centre in cash or via bank transfer. . ILVES ORIENTEERUMISKLUBI, EE302200001120086880. It is possible to order accomodation until 28.04. Contact. kristi.luha@hotmail.com

 

Organizers:

The competition is organised by orienteering club Ilves

Event director:                                                           Sven Oras, orassven@gmail.com, 53420820

Chief secretary:                                                          Kristi Luha, kristi.luha@hotmail.com

Chief course setter and courses 2. day:                       Ott-Kaarel Kalm

Courses 1. Day:                                                          Mati Sarap

Courses 3. Day:                                                          Minija Pääslane

IT:                                                                             Tarmo Klaar

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