IV TA OK rogain
On Saturday, 4. October 2003
Rogaining is the sport of long-distance cross-country navigation for teams travelling on foot. The object is to score points by finding checkpoints located in the rogaine area within a specified time (6...24 hours). Checkpoints may be visited in any order. The sport is popular in Australia (birthplace), New Zealand and North-America. In Europe, major long-distance orienteering events under this name (no use looking up in a dictionary as it is the abbreviation from the names of the "inventors") have been organised in Sweden and Czech Republic. The International Rogaining Federation has organised world championships with a 24-hour course every second year. These have been held on 5 occasions, the last in the Czech Republic in July 2002 with the participation of several teams from Estonia. National rogaining federations have been founded only in Australia, Czech Republic and Canada, in other countries it is the concern of orienteering clubs. For more information about rogaining read: http://www.rogaining.com/
Event Centre: Kolgaküla Community Centre (site
Event map: scale 1:30 000, h = 5m, format A3, an orienteering map with simplified symbols
Course: there are 40 checkpoints. You can score 140 points from visiting all checkpoints
Mapper-coursesetter: team work of TA OK with supervision of Rein Kask
Participants: 2...5 member teams
Age limit: all competitors must be at least 15 years of age (except in family class)
men and women
|women aged up to 18 years, one member at least 17
men aged up to 18, one member at least 17
men and women aged up to 18, one member at least 17
|women aged 40 or over
men aged 40 or over
men and women aged 40 or over
|Family||from at least two different generations, no age limit|
|VV(DD, HH, DH)||each member of the team at least 55 years of age, time limit 4h|
Teams are deemed to compete in every class for which they are eligible.
Entry fees: Entry fee for a team is the sum of entry fees for individual team members. Entry fees for competitors (catering in the administration area from 12.00 to 19.00 and parking fee included).
|young (up to 18 years of age),
pensioners, class VV
|children (up to 14 years of age)|
|Until 15.09.2003||120 EEK||90 EEK||50 EEK|
|Until 25.09.2003||180 EEK||135 EEK||75 EEK|
|After 25.09.2003*||360 EEK||270 EEK||150 EEK|
* only in agreement with organisers
Prizes: The members of the three absolutely best teams shall be awarded a prize, the other awards depend
on the number of teams per class.
Entries: Mari Roots, firstname.lastname@example.org tel 051 62 925 or Harku 15, 11611 Tallinn, Estonia.
The bank transfer should be performed using the following credentials:
ROGAIN team, class, participants name
Account no. 1120066509
(Please bring the receipt with you. NB! All transaction costs should be paid by the payer.)
It is allowed to change the class, number and names of team members until 17.00 on 25 September. By way of exception (illness and the like) it is possible until 9.00 on the competition day to replace members of the team so that the class of the team won't increase. It is not permitted to form from one team two or more new teams.
Mall Maasik, Mall.Maasik@audentes.ee, tel 050 40 460
Peep Eomois, email@example.com, tel 6 131 213
Coursesetter: Rein Kask, Rein.Kask@ekk.ee, 6 527 673