XXIX Ilves-3

Time: 29th April – 1st of May 2016

Place: Kirikuküla, Otepää vald, Valgamaa

Program:

April 29th       Short distance                             Starts begin 16.00

April 30th       Long distance                              Starts begin 11.00

May 1st         Shortened long distance                Starts begin 11.00

Prize giving around 14.00

 

Classes and preliminary course lengths:

 

 

Class

Course length

Class

Course length

 

1. day

2. day

3. day

 

1. day

2. day

3. day

M8NR

1(2)

1(2)

1(2)

W8NR

1(2)

1(2)

1(2)

M10NR

1(2)

1(2)

1(2)

W10NR

1(2)

1(2)

1(2)

M12

1.5

2.5

2

W12

1.5

2.5

2

M14

2

4

3.5

W14

2

3

3

M16

2.5

6

5.5

W16

2.5

4.5

4

M18

4

9

8

W18

3.5

6

5

M20

4

9

8

W20

3.5

6

5

M21E

6

12.5

11

W21E

4

7.5

7

M21A

4

7.5

7

W21A

2.5

4.5

4

M21B

2.5

4.5

4

W21B

2

3

3

M35

4

8.5

8

W35

2.5

6

5.5

M40

4

8.5

8

W40

2.5

6

5.5

M45

3.5

7

6.5

W45

2.5

5

4.5

M50

3.5

7

6.5

W50

2.5

4.5

4

M55

3

6

5.5

W55

2.5

4.5

3.5

M60

3

6

5.5

W60

2.5

4.5

3.5

M65

2.5

5

4.5

W65

2

3.5

3.5

M70

2.5

4.5

4

W70

2

3

3

M75

2

3.5

3.5

W75

1.5

2.5

2

M80

1.5

2.5

2

 

 

 

 

 

Terrain information:

Kirikuküla: The competition takes place in the Otepää Uplands near the Elva river headwaters. Height difference on the terrain is 45 meters. The terrain is rather varied. The kame field consists of depressions, hills and small swamps in between them next to a swampterrain with dry-land protrusions. There is a dense network of roads and narrow rides altough nature is starting to reclaim the smaller tracks. Runnability in the forest varies from very good to medium.

Map: Kirikuküla (2015002). Author: Kalle Kalm. Contour interval 2,5 meters. Fieldwork in autumn 2014. Previous map: Kirikuküla (0108).

 

 

 

Päidlapalu: Terrain is varying from high slopes to smallest contours. Height difference is 65m, being up to 45m on one slope. Runnability in the forest varies from good to poor. Lots of different sizes of swamps, where runnability varies.

 

 

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.

 

Finish:

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 24.04.2016

 

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   (without pre-registration)     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.

 

Parking:

Parking fee is 1€/day

 

Showers:

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.

 

Organizers:

The competition is organised by orienteering club Ilves

Event director:                   Margus Sarap, margus.sarap@gmail.com

Chief secretary:                 Hannula-Katrin Pandis

Chief course setter:            Minija Pääslane

IT:                                   Tarmo Klaar

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