VIII TA OK rogain
On Saturday, 6 October 2007
Event Centre: Jägala-Joa
- The object of the competition is to score points within the time limit
by finding checkpoints located on the competition terrain. The value of the
checkpoints varies, depending on the difficulty-distance from the event centre,
from 2 to 5, and is equal to the decimal place of the checkpoint number.
Checkpoints may be visited in any order (score orienteering).
- The competition starts at 9.30 a.m.
- The control time is 5.30 p.m.
- Competition materials are delivered to a team representative from 8.30
1) Event maps: one for each team member;
2) Number bibs: one for each team member.
- The SportIdent electronic punching system will be used for recording visits
to the checkpoints.
- In the event of malfunction of the SI-station or any doubt of malfunction,
the event map margin shall be punched with the punch at the checkpoint marker.
The checkpoint site is additionally marked with small pieces of paper so
that the competitors could be sure that the checkpoint was there in case
both the control flag and SI-station are missing. A visit to such checkpoint
can be proved by picking up one scrap of a paper.
- A team's score shall be the value of the checkpoints visited less penalties.
Late returns are penalised by deducting points: up to 1 minute - 1 point,
for exceeding each next full minute - 1 point. Teams finishing more than
30 minutes late shall be deemed ineligible for a placing. The team with
the greater score, or in the event of a tie, the team which finished earlier,
shall be awarded the higher placing.
- Number bibs must be pinned on a visible place and must be worn during
the whole competition (from start to finish) by all members of the team.
- Each team must remain together, i.e. within eyesight of each other so
that the number bibs are clearly visible, for the entire period from the
start until their retirement from the course.
- Competitors shall not deliberately rest within sight of a checkpoint.
- On the course, i.e. during the competition outside the event centre, competitors
may use only food or other supplies taken along from the event centre. The
only exception is drinking water offered by the organiser, or assistance
provided in the event of emergency.
- The only navigational aids that may be carried on the course are maps
provided by the organiser, compasses and watches. It is also prohibited to
use any kind of computerised devices.
- If one or more members of the team want to retire from the course, the
whole team must return to the event centre and they are deemed to have finished.
Those members of the team who want to continue can re-register as a new team,
whereas the points scored for so far visited checkpoints are not counted.
Event map: Scale 1:30 000, h = 5m, format A3, an orienteering
map with simplified symbols.
Mapping: 2007, team work of TA OK, drawing by Lauri Leppik.
Course: There are 40 checkpoints, maximum 140 points from
visiting them all.
Participants: 2...5-member teams.
Age limit: all competitors must be at least 15 years of age
(except in family class).
men and Women
|irrespective of gender, up to 18 years of age
|women, aged 40 or over
men, aged 40 or over
men and women, aged 40 or over
||irrespective of gender, aged 55 or over
||from at least two different generations, no age limit
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:
||youth (15 to 18 years of age),pensioners
||children (up to 14 years of age)
Catering in the event centre is included in the entry fee. No parking fee shall
be charged. Teams may either use their own SI-card or rent one from the organiser.
The wish to rent a SI-card must be mentioned in the registration and the rental
of EEK 30 must be paid with the entry fee. In the event the rented SI-card is
lost or broken, a compensation of EEK 800 shall be charged.
Prizes: Three best teams in every class shall be awarded
Breach of rules:
- In case a violation of the remain-together requirement has been registered
in a checkpoint, the team shall be penalised by deducting points in the value
of this checkpoint; in case of a violation of this requirement elsewhere
on the course, the team shall be given a warning;
- In case of a repeated violation, the team may be disqualified.
Protests: Protests against a breach of rules and explanations
about actions on the course can be submitted to the organiser until 6 p.m.
by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or
phone 372-5162925 or
at the address: 15 Harku, 11611, Tallinn, Estonia
The registration e-mail should contain the following information:
1) name of the team
2) full names of all team members, indicating who are children, young and pensioners
4) SI-card number, only ONE per team, or wish to rent a SI-card, specifying
which one - a 60- or 30-punch SI-card
5) amount of the entry fee transferred
6) name and phone number/e-mail address of the team representative
The bank transfer should be performed using the following
ROGAIN team, class, names of participants
Account No. 1120066509
IBAN: EE57 2200 0011 2006 6509
(Please bring the receipt with you.
NB! All transaction costs shall be paid by the payer).
It is not permitted to add new teams after 1 October. It is allowed to change
the class, number and names of team members until 5 p.m. on 3 October. The
number of team members cannot be increased after 5 p.m. on 3 October. After
3 October, you can, by way of exception, make changes on the morning of the
competition, during the materials delivery, as follows:
a) change the name of a team member - EEK 25;
b) reduce the number of team members - EEK 50.
Main organiser: Sulev Kuiv, email@example.com,
Main judge: Lea Leppik, firstname.lastname@example.org, phone
Secretary: Mari Roots, email@example.com,
Main course-setter: Ilmar Kirjanen, Ilmar.Kirjanen@ic.envir.ee,