Suunto Games 2017 (ENG)

XXIX SUUNTO GAMES IN ESTONIA

30.09. and 01.10.2017

Valgehobusemäe, Järvamaa

30.09. IOF WRE Long distance for classes MN21E

 

 

 

Complete competition information (PDF)

GPS list (MW21E) (PDF)

 

Starting list 30.09.2017

Starting list 01.10.2017

NR-TR participants 30.09.2017

NR-TR participants 01.10.2017

 

GPS Tracking

Online results

 

1st day results  1st day stage times

NR-TR 1st day results We’re sorry, but due to technical difficulties it’s not possible to show NR-TR 1st day stage times.

O3-O6 1st day results  O3-O6 1st day stage times

 

2nd day results  2nd day stage times

NR-TR 2nd day results  NR-TR 2nd day stage times

O3-O6 2nd day results  O3-O6 2nd day stage times

 

Gallery

 

PROGRAMME

30.09.  Long distance

11.00 Event office is opened

13.00 First start

 

01.10.  Long distance (shortened)

09.00 Event office is opened

10.00 First start

13.45 Prize-giving ceremony

 

Competition centre is located at Valgehobusemäe Ski and Recreation Centre.

 

Location on the map

 

ORGANISERS

Orienteering Club JOKA, Mäekalda 28, Türi 72212

Estonian Orienteering Federation, Kalevi 9b, Türi 72213

 

Event director: Kaarel Kallas, +372 53308128

Competition inspector: Paul Poopuu, +372 5052240, paulpoopuu@hot.ee

Secretary: Kadi-Liis Minn, +372 58362602, kadiliis.minn@gmail.com

Competition homepage: www.joka.ee

 

Jury: Tarmo Klaar, OK Ilves

Rein Zaitsev, Värska OK Peko

Peep Otstavel, LSF Pronoking Team

 

 

EVENT ADVISER

IOF and EOL Event Adviser: Piibe Tammemäe

 

RULES AND REGULATIONS

The competition is following the rules and regulations set by the Estonian Orienteering Federation:

(http://www.orienteerumine.ee//eol/failid/2017/EOLvoistlusreeglid_2017.pdf).

 

NB! The IOF WRE Long distance competition for the classes MN21E taking place on the 30th of September, will be following the rules and regulations of the International Orienteering Federation which can be found at:

(http://orienteering.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/Competition-Rules-for-IOF-Foot-Orienteering-Events-valid-from-1-Jan-2017.pdf).

 

TERRAIN

Terrain varies. In hilly Mägede region terrain consists of irregular surface forms. Valgehobusemägi with its high slopes and dense ski track network is in the SW part of the terrain. Greatest height difference on these slopes is 40 metres. Runnability is moderate.

In NE and central part of the terrain slopes are smaller – height difference up to 20 metres. You can find lot of smaller land forms and marshes there. Runnability varies from good in pine forest to poor in old clearings and areas of dense deadfalls. The water level is not high in marshes and bogs, mostly they are nearly dry. Be aware of high grass, fern and nettle.

MAP

Fieldwork was done in Autumn 2016 and in Spring 2017.

The map corresponds to ISOM 2017 requirements set by IOF.

Map maker: Margus Klementsov.

Previous map (2007024).

 

30.09 Long distance:

Classes MW21E and MN16A, MN18, MN20 scale 1:15 000 h=5m

All other classes scale 1:10 000 h=5 m

Course planner: Margus Klementsov

 

01.10 Long distance (shortened)

All classes 1:10 000 h=5 m.

Course planner: Tiit Tähnas

 

SAMPLES OF THE TERRAIN

 

 

COURSES

Class Start

No

Length

(km)

Class Start

No

Length

(km)

1. day 2. day 1. day 2. day
M21E 1 14,9 km 30 KP 10,3 km 30 KP W21E 1 10,2 km 22 KP 7,4 km 20 KP
M8NR 3 2,0/1,3 km 6 KP 2,5/1,3 km 5 KP N8NR 3 2,0/1,3 km 6 KP 2,5/1,3 km 5 KP
M9NR 3 2,0/1,3 km 6 KP 2,5/1,3 km 5 KP N9NR 3 2,0/1,3 km 6 KP 2,5/1,3 km 5 KP
M10TR 3 1,0 km 6 KP 1,2 km 5KP N10TR 3 1,0 km 6 KP 1,2 km 5KP
M12A 2 3,1 km 10 KP 2,4 km 7 KP N12A 2 2,6 km 9 KP 2,3 km 6 KP
M12TR 3 1,0 km 6 KP 1,2 km 5KP N12TR 3 1,0 km 6 KP 1,2 km 5KP
M14A 1 4,0 km 11 KP 3,6 km 13 KP N14A 1 3,1 km 8 KP 2,7 km 10 KP
M14B 2 3,1 km 10 KP 2,4 km 7 KP N14B 2 2,6 km 9 KP 2,3 km 6 KP
M16A 1 6,0 km 13 KP 5,5 km 15 KP N16A 1 4,0 km 11 KP 3,6 km 13 KP
M16B 2 3,7 km 12KP 3,6 km 9 KP N16B 2 3,1 km 11KP 3,0 km 8 KP
M18 1 8,2 km 19 KP 6,9 km 18 KP N18 1 5,1 km 13 KP 5,0 km 12 KP
M20 1 9,8 km 20 KP 8,6 km 19 KP N20 1 6,0 km 14 KP 5,3 km 14 KP
M21A 1 12,6 km 27 KP 10,1 km 25 KP N21A 1 8,2 km 19 KP 6,9 km 18 KP
M21B 1 9,8 km 20 KP 8,6 km 19 KP N21B 1 6,0 km 14 KP 5,3 km 14 KP
M21C 2 6,0 km 12 KP 4,8 km 13 KP N21C 2 3,7 km 12 KP 3,6 km 9 KP
M35 1 9,8 km 20 KP 8,6 km 19 KP N35 1 6,0 km 14 KP 5,3 km 14 KP
M40 1 8,2 km 19 KP 6,9 km 18 KP N40 1 5,1 km 13 KP 5,0 km 12 KP
M45 1 6,9 km 18 KP 6,1 km 14 KP N45 1 5,0 km 12 KP 4,3 km 14 KP
M50 1 6,9 km 18 KP 6,1 km 14 KP N50 1 5,0 km 12 KP 4,3 km 14 KP
M55 2 5,6 km 14 KP 5,0 km 14 KP N55 2 4,3 km 13 KP 3,8 km 10 KP
M60 2 5,6 km 14 KP 5,0 km 14 KP N60 2 4,3 km 13 KP 3,8 km 10 KP
M65 2 4,6 km 14 KP 4,3 km 11KP N65 2 3,5 km 11KP 3,4 km 11 KP
M70 2 4,6 km 14 KP 4,3 km 11KP N70 2 3,5 km 11KP 3,4 km 11 KP
M75 2 3,5km 11 KP 3,6 km 9 KP N75 2 3,1 km 10 KP 2,9 km 9 KP
M80 2 2,9 km 10 KP 2,7 km 7 KP N80 2 2,5 km 9 KP 2,1 km 8 KP
M85 2 2,9 km 10 KP 2,7 km 7 KP N85 2 2,5 km 9 KP 2,1 km 8 KP
O3 3 4,3 km 13 KP 2,6 km 10 KP  
O6 3 8,1 km 20 KP 6,2 km 15 KP  

 

DISTANCES TO THE START
       1. day 2. day
Start 1       2100 m 750 m
Start 2       750 m 1100 m
Start 3       280 m 900 m

 

REFRESHMENT ON THE COURCE

On the first day there will be two refreshment points. Refreshment points are located on the roads that all classes pass. Longer distances will pass one refreshment point twice. On the second day there will be one refreshment point. It is located on the road that all classes pass.

In drinking controls we offer water and SiS GO Hydro sports drink. In finish will help you to recover fast water and GO Energy sports drink. More information about products you can find www.geelijaam.ee

 

START

The way to the start is marked with signs and red-white plastic strips.

Start interval: 1. day – 3 minutes, 2. day – 2 minutes.

Pre-start in both days – 3 minutes.

Additional control descriptions are at the pre-start, but NB! You need your own fastenings.

Clothes can be left at the start and they will be transported to the competition centre. Start lists will be at the competition centre and at the start. Warm-up is allowed only on the roads leading to the start.

 

Runners in classes MN8NR, MN9NR, MN9TR, MN10TR and O3, O6 are free to choose their own starting time.

Start 3 is opened: 1. day 3 hours – 13.00-16.00 and 2. day 2 hours – 10.00-12.00

 

FINISH

Finish is in the competition centre. Competition time stops with SI punching on the finish line. Every competitor will get a printout of split times. Rental SI-cards must be returned to the organizers after finishing. Maps will be collected in the finish. You have to put your map into the bag according to your class. Maps will be handed out after starts are closed.

Starts closing time: 1. day – 16.10, 2. day – 11.50

Medical help is close to the finish.

NB! All competitors have to pass finish including runners who quit and runners who overcome maximum running time.

 

Maximum running time: 1. day – 180 minutes, 2. day – 150 minutes.

 

OPEN COURSES O3, O6

Entry fee for the Open courses is 7 € per day and should be paid in cash to the Secretariat in the competition centre.

 

NUMBER BIBS

Number bibs will be used on both days. You can pick up your number bib at the competition centre. Everyone must take their own number. Number bibs must be fastened so that they are visible from pre-star to finish line. NB! Number bibs cannot be folded or cut smaller.

 

Registered runners without entry payments will get their number bibs at the info tent after paying in cash.

 

GPS

Four runners in W21E and 10 runners in M21E will have to wear GPS units. GPS units will be handed out at the start. List of the runners selected to wear GPS units will be published  on the competition official web site http://www.joka.ee  on 29.09.

 

RESULTS

There will be big screen with online-result in the competition centre. Official result can be found on competition official web site http://www.joka.ee/wp/

Online-results as well as GPS tracking can be also followed on the web site.

SAFETY

Be aware that traffic is not closed during the competition. Courses will cross the roads opened for traffic. You have to be careful when crossing those roads.

 

EMBARGOED AREAS

Houses and gardens marked at the map as Settlement (Symbol 527 in ISOM 2000).

 

COMPLAINTS AND PROTESTS

Complaints should be handed to secretary Kadi-Liis Minn at latest within 15 minutes after the last finish of the competitor of that class.

 

PRIZE GIVING CEREMONY

All the winners of the first day will be awarded with souvenirs.

Overall first three winners of two days will receive awards from Suunto. If there are only three or less competitors in the class, all competitors will receive awards.

All competitors in classes M8NR, N8NR, M9NR and N9NR will receive souvenirs after their finish.

 

CHILD CARE

There will be indoor supervised child care in the Event centre. Mini race course for children is just next to the child care.

 

ADDITIONAL INFO

Parking will be organized at the competition centre. Parking fee for cars and vans is 1 €/day. Big tourist busses can park free.

Toilets are in finish area and near start.

Showers are at the competition centre.