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The competition has two stages:
- Orienteering on Canoe boats
- Orienteering on foot
Each stage is 1 hour long with break time between them.
- 9:30 – 10:30 Registration of participants. Team members should sigh the registration form in order to get competition maps and control-cards.
- 10:30 – 11:30 First start. The 1st half of teams start with boat stage and 2nd half with foot stage. After the break teams switch stages. Team gets penalty if finishes after time period of 1 hour – minus 1 point for each 2 minutes late. Controls have value from 3 to 5 points. Team gives its control-card to check for collected points after finish.
- 11:30 – 12:30 Time break.
- 12:30 – 13:30 Second start.
- 14:15 – Award ceremony. Best three teams are being awarded. Team that collects most of the points wins.
TEAM REGISTRATION FORM
RULES and REGULATIONS
Orienteering challenges you to read a map, make decisions, plan a route, all while moving across streams, over rocks or along scenic trails.You will follow the course drawn on your map to find orange an white flag markers (called controls). At each control, you will need to punch in to prove that you are in the right spot.
Rogaining is orienteering competition with free course, but with particular control time in range from 1 to 24 hours. Teams of two to three members visit as many checkpoints as possible during a period of 1 hour. Teams use a map and a compass to navigate between checkpoints.
- Time period is 1 + 1 hour with time break between.
- Team consists of 2 to 3 members and must include at least one female participant.
Punching at controls
Controls are equiped with standart orienteering orange/white flag and punches.
Stages of competition:
The competition takes place in two stages:
- Orienteering on Canoe boats.
- Orienteering on foot.
Each stage is 1 hour long. Between them is break time for an hour.
A sattelite map would be used for Canoe stage and Standard orienteering map for foot stage
- Long sleeve shirts and trousers and sport shoes.
- Compass to navigate.
- Permanent marker for route planing before start.
- Spare shoes and clothing.
- Canoe boats, paddles and safety vests.