2014

Prindi

Program

Time, place and program

Monday
June 16

18.30-20.00

O-week sprint

sprint, WRE

Estonian Open Air Museum, Tallinn

Tuesday
June 17

17.00-19.30

Regular O-event

incl. MTBO opportunity

Mustamäe

Wednesday
June 18

18.30-20.00

Tallinn City Race

middle with sprint map

Tallinn City Centre

Thursday
June 19

17.00-19.30

Regular O-event

Vääna-Jõesuu

Friday
June 20

18.00-20.00

O-Week Final, 1st day middle distance, WRE

Keila-Joa

Saturday
June 21

12.00-14.00

O-Week Final, 2nd day

long distance, 100CP

Keila-Joa

 

Wednesday
June 18

20.30

Pub Rally

Tallinn Old Town

Venues

 

 TOW 2014 kesklinn - ENG.jpg

Monday

Monday, June 16 - Sprint distance, WRE

Time and place

Estonian Open Air Museum (Eesti Vabaõhumuuseum)

First start at 18:30

Start for Open courses 18:30-20:00

Terrain and map

The Open Air Museum is part of a pine and spruce forest with good and very good runnability. Some parts of the terrain have thicker undergrowth. There are several old cottages with fences. There is a slope up to 15m at the sea, otherwise the terrain is fairly flat. There is a very dense network of roads and footpaths.

Hazards on the terrain: wells, information boards (made of glass) located next to the entrances of the farm yards, in the last farm yard there is a small entrance in the fence.
There are many controls on the terrain, check the identification number!
Be aware of the specific ISOM forbidden and allowed symbols for the sprint map

Size of the map is A4, scale 1:4000, contour interval 2m. Last update of map in 2014

Special symbols:

O - Conical tent (black cyrcle, symbol 539)

X - Various prominent man-made features: swing, large pincic table, large information board, smoke owen, playground ladder etc. (black cross, symbol 540)

 

Previous maps:

Eesti vabaõhumuuseum, 2006 - http://www.orienteerumine.ee/kaart/db/kaart/2005029.gif 

Event information

  • Individual start, sprint

  • World Ranking points are given in classes MW21A.

  • Estonian Orienteering Federation ranking points and Estonian Sprint Cup points are given in all classes.
  • 20 first from the Estonian ranking and 500 first from World Ranking will be drawn to the end of the start list in classes MW21A
  • Pre-start is 4 minutes, the start interval is 1 minute.
  • Time limit is 1  hour

  • Distance from the Competition Centre to start is 400m

  • Bib numbers are in start area. O-pass owners get their competition material from the information desk. Competitors will be required to wear the same bib number every day.

  • SI-cards will be registered in the pre-start in check-in (see the starting procedure below)
  • There are separate control descriptions for all classes at the pre-start

Classes and courses

Winning time for all classes is 12 to 15 minutes. In MW12 classes 10 minutes.

Class

Distance

Controls

Class

Distance

Controls

W12

1,3 km

11

M12

1,3 km

11

W16

1,6 km

14

M16

1,8 km

15

W18

1,8 km

15

M18

2,2 km

18

W20

1,9 km

16

M20

2,4 km

20

W21A

2,3 km

19

M21A

2,7 km

22

W21B

1,9 km

17

M21B

1,9 km

17

W35

1,9 km

16

M35

2,4 km

20

W45

1,8 km

15

M45

2,2 km

18

W55

1,4 km

15

M55

1,9 km

16

W65

1,4 km

15

M65

1,8 km 

15

           
Open 1 2,2 km 17      
Open 2 1,9 km 17      

Starting procedure on Monday and Wednesday

Competition Centre

vabaõhumuuseum 040614 ENG.jpg

Awards

The best in all classes will be awarded according to the number of participants.

Price giving ceremony will start approximately at 20.00.

Driving instructions and parking

The distance from Freedom square (Vabaduse väljak) to the Competition Centre is 6,6 km.

We advise to come from Tallinn City center by trolleybus nr 6 (stop Haabesti), buses drive after every 10 minutes. Check schedules at: http://soiduplaan.tallinn.ee/. The walking distance from Haabersti bus stop is 1.4 km. Total travel time about 35 min.

Travelling by car: drive to the Haabersti roundabound (Paldiski St., Ehitajate road and Rannamõisa road intersection), turn to Rannamõisa road and then to Kaeravälja road. Car parking is possible between Rimi shopping centre and the ice arena. Sign posts to the competition centre will start from Paldiski St before Haabersti roundabound. Distance from car park to Competition Centre is 1100-1300m.
Parking on the Vabaõhumuuseumi road and in  the Open Air Museum gate parking is not possible
E_PARKLA.jpg

Competition Centre coordinates:                        Car park coordinates:

N: 59°26'04.6"        E:24°38'31.7"                      N:59°25'32.4"            E: 24°38'38.4"

N: 59.434612          E:24.642137                       N:59.425653,            E: 24.643897

 

 

Tuesday

Tuesday, June 17 - Regular O-event

Time and place

Mustamäe

Start is open 17:00-19:30

Terrain and map

The runnability of this urban pine park/forest is very good and good. An ancient seashore cliff passes through the terrain and is accompanied by some micro-relief and flat eskers. There are many roads and paths.

NB! There are a lot of controls in the terrain, we advise to check the control descriptions!

Foot orienteering map with a scale of 1:7500, contour interval 2.5m. MTBO map with a scale of 1:7000. Last update 2014.

In the last part of the course there is a big scale labyrinth orienteering. Map example:

 NÄIDE.jpg

Previous map (2008) - http://www.orienteerumine.ee/kaart/db/kaart/2008028.jpg

Classes and courses

Class

Course

Controls

Class

Course

Controls

W10NR

1,7 km

9

M10NR

1,7 km

9

W14

2,2 km

18

M14

2,2 km

18

W16

4,0 km

23

M16

4,4 km

24

W21A

6,5 km

27

M21A

8,3 km

28

W21B

4,0 km

23

M21B

6,5 km

27

     

M21C

4,0 km

23

W40

4,9 km

25

M40

6,5 km

27

W50

4,4 km

24

M50

6,5 km

27

W60

4,4 km

24

M60

4,9 km

25

W65

4,0 km

23

M70

4,0 km

23

           
     

M14MTBO

6,0 km

13

W16MTBO

6,0 km

13

M18MTBO

10,0 km

22

W21MTBO

10,0 km

22

M21MTBO

13,0 km

27

W40MTBO

6,0 km

13

M40MTBO

13,0 km

27

     

M50MTBO

10,0 km

22

     

M60MTBO

10,0 km

22

           
W FO+MTBO A 4,0+10,0 km 45 M FO+MTBO A 4,0+10,0 km 45
W FO+MTBO B 4,0+6,0 km 36

M FO+MTBO B

4,0+6,0 km

36

MTBO – bike orienteering, NR – taped route, FO- foot orienteering

Event information

  • A regular orienteering event – it is possible to start at a freely chosen time between 17:00 - 19:30

  • No pre-registration is required. O-pass owners need to wear their bib number and can go directly to start. Others will need to buy a ticket from info.

  • Distance from the Competition Centre to start is 200m

  • MTBO courses available
  • On FO+MTBO courses is a possibility to rent bigger SI-card free of charge
  • Finish closes at 21:00

Competition Centre

mustamäe 300514 ENG.jpg

Driving instructions and parking

The distance from Freedom square (Vabaduse väljak) to the Competition Centre is 6.7 km.

We advise to come from Tallinn City center by trolleybus nr 3 (stop Keemia), buses leave every 10 minutes. Check schedules: http://soiduplaan.tallinn.ee/. The walking distance is 400 m from Keemia bus stop. Total travelling time about 30 min.

Travelling by car: Drive to the roundabound (Sõpruse St, Ehitajate road and Akadeemia road). Turn to Ehitajate road. Car parking is possible in the parking area in front of Tallinn University of Technology. Sign posts to the Competition Centre will start on Sõpruse St before the roundabound and also on the Akadeemia road and Ehitajate road.  The distance from car park to the Competition Centre is 500-800m.

Parking on the nearby streets (Raja St., Üliõpilaste St.)  is forbidden.

mustamäe parkla 040614_ENG.jpg

Competition Centre coordinates:                              Car park coordinates:

N:59°23'40.7’’          E:24°39'52.5’’                          N:59°23'44.5’’          E: 24°40'20.9’’

N:59.39463              E:24.664582                           N:59.395555            E: 24.672478

Wednesday

Wednesday, June 18 - Tallinn City Race, middle distance with sprint map

Time and place

Tallinn city centre

Competition Centre is located on Freedom square (Vabaduse väljak)

First start at 18:30

Start for open courses 18:30 to 20:00

Terrain and map

A highly variable terrain of streets and small parks in Tallinn city centre. The terrain consists of three different parts: a modern city with high towers; many blocks of large housing buildings from the 1950s; several districts of old wooden buildings. There are no notable height differences.

This is a new map for 2014
Size of the map is A3, scale 1:5000, contour interval 2.5 m.

Event information

  • Individual start, middle distance with sprint map.
  • Estonian Orienteering Federation ranking points are given in all classes.

  • 20 first from the Estonian ranking and 500 first from World Ranking will be drawn to the end of the start list in classes MW21A.
  • Distance from the Competition Centre to start is 600m.
  • Pre-start is 4 minutes, the start interval is 1 minute (look at the starting procedure scheme from Monday).
  • Time limit is 2 hours.
  • Shoes with metal studs are forbidden.
  • Follow sprint rules during competition.
  • There are separate control descriptions for all classes at the pre-start.

Awards

The best in all classes will be awarded according to the number of participants in the class.

Prize giving ceremony will start approximately at 8 pm.

Classes and courses

Winning time in MW21A classes is 30-35 min. In other classes up to 25 min.

Class

Distance

Optimal distance

Controls

Class

Distance

Optimal distance

Controls

W12

1.8 km

3.3 km

18

M12

1.8 km

3.3 km

18

W16

2.3 km

3.7 km

15

M16

3.1 km

4.9 km

20

W18

3.1 km

4.9 km

20

M18

3.4 km

5.6 km

21

W20

3.4 km

5.5 km

21

M20

3.5 km

6.2 km

23

W21A

4.3 km

7.3 km

27

M21A

4.7 km

7.6 km

28

W21B

3.1 km

4.9 km

20

M21B

3.3 km

5.5 km

22

W35

3.4 km

5.5 km

21

M35

3.5 km

6.2 km

23

W45

2.7 km

4.3 km

17

M45

3.4 km

5.6 km

21

W55

2.8 km

3.9 km

17

M55

3.3 km

5.5 km

22

W65

2.8 km

3.9 km

17

M65

2.7 km

4.3 km

17

Competition Centre

vabaduse väljak 040614_ENG.jpg

Driving instructions and parking

Parking will be possible in paid parking areas of Tallinn (see the map of parking areas at the end of the bulletin). Closest car parks are under and beside the Freedom square (Vabaduse väljak, 50m from Competition Centre).

Competition Centre coordinates:

N: 59.4332          E: 24.7443

N: 6588616         E: 542241

 

Thursday

Thursday, June 19 - Regular O-event

Time and place

Vääna-Jõesuu

Start is open between 17:00-19:30

Terrain and map

A seaside pine forest with good runnability and many roads and paths. Detailed contour areas in some parts of the map.

Foot orienteering map with a scale of 1:10000, contour interval 2.5m. Last update in 2014.

Previous map (2001) -http://www.orienteerumine.ee/kaart/db/kaart/2002016.gif

Classes and courses

Class

Distance

Controls

Class

Distance

Controls

W10NR

1,7 km

6

M10NR

1,7 km

6

W12

3,2 km

7

M12

3,2 km

7

W14

3,2 km

7

M14

3,8 km

9

W16

3,8 km

9

M16

5,1 km

14

W18

5,3 km

17

M18

4,7 km

12

W21A

6,2 km

18

M21A

8,6 km

23

     

M21AL

6,2 km

18

W21B

5,1 km

14

M21B

7,6 km

19

W21C

3,8 km

9

M21C

4,1 km

11

W35

5,3 km

17

M35

8,6 km

23

W40

5,1 km

14

M40

7,6 km

19

W45

5,1 km

14

M45

7,0 km

17

W50

4,7 km

12

M50

7,0 km

17

W55

4,7 km

12

M55

5,3 km

17

W60

3,6 km

12

M60

5,3 km

17

W65

3,6 km

12

M65

4,7 km

12

W70

3,6 km

12

M70

3,6 km

12

     

M75

3,6 km

12

     

M80

3,6 km

12

NR – taped route 

Event information

  • A regular orienteering event – it is possible to start at a freely chosen time between 17:00 - 19:30.

  • No pre-registration is required. O-pass owners need to wear their bib numbers and can go directly to start. Others will need to buy a ticket from information desk.
  • Distance from the Competition Centre to start is 500 m.
  • Finish is closed at 21:00.

Competition Centre

vääna 300514 ENG.jpg

Driving instructions and parking

Distance from Tallinn to the Competition Centre is 25.km.

Travelling by car: drive from the Haabersti roundabound to Rannamõisa road, towards Kloogaranna (road nr 11390). Sign posts to the Competition Centre will start on 19th km in Vääna-Jõesuu. Parking in the Competition Centre.

 

Competition centre coordinates:
 

N: 59°25'55.3"

E: 24°22'17.4

N: 59.432030

E: 24.371506

O-week Final

Friday, June 20 - O-Week Final 1st day - Middle distance, WRE

Saturday, June 21 - O-Week Final 2nd day - Long distance, 100 CP Run

Time and place

Keila-Joa

First start at:

1st day – 18:00

2nd day – 12:00

Start for Open courses on the 1st day 18:00-20:00 and on the 2nd day 12:00-14:00.

Terrain and map

A seaside pine forest with good runnability and many roads and paths.

This is a new map for 2014.

Previous map (2007) - http://www.orienteerumine.ee/kaart/db/kaart/2007012.gif 

Classes and courses

  • 1st day winning time in MW21A 30-35 min. In other classes up to 25 min.

  • 2nd day winning time is equal to long distance winning time

Class

Start 
1st day

Course length

1st day

Controls
1st day

Start
2nd day

Course length

2nd day

Controls

2nd day

Refreshment controls 
2nd day
(distance from start)

W8NR

2

1,5 km

5

2

1,6 km

9

0,8 km

W10NR

2

1,5 km

5

2

1,6 km

9

0,8 km

W12

1

1,8 km

8

2

3,4 km

24

1,3 km

W14

1

2,2 km

8

2

4,3 km

28

1,8 km

W16

1

2,7 km

11

2

4,7 km

35

1,5 km

W18

1

3,6 km

15

2

6,1 km

45

2,8 / 3,9 km

W20

1

3,6 km

15

1

7,9 km

60

3,2 / 5,0 km


W21A

1

4,8 km

19

1

9,5 km

70

4,0 / 5,2 / 8,2 km

W21B

1

3,6 km

15

2

6,1 km

45

2,8 / 3,9 km

W21C

1

2,3 km

8

2

5,3 km

33

2,0 km

W35

1

3,6 km

15

2

6,6 km

50

2,0 / 4,8 km

W40

1

3,3 km

13

2

5,7 km

40

2,3 / 4,3 km

W45

1

2,8 km

12

2

5,7 km

40

2,3 / 4,3 km

W50

1

2,7 km

11

2

4,7 km

35

1,5 km

W55

1

2,6 km

11

2

4,2 km

34

1,8 km

W60

1

2,0 km

8

2

4,2 km

34

1,8 km

W65

1

2,0 km

8

2

3,5 km

26

1,5 km

W70

1

2,0 km

8

2

3,5 km

26

1,5 km

 

Class

Start 
1st day

Course length

1st day

Controls
1st day

Start 
2nd day

Course length

2nd day

Controls

2nd day

Refreshment controls 
2nd day
(distance from start)

M8NR

2

1,5 km

5

2

1,6 km

9

0,8 km

M10NR

2

1,5 km

5

2

1,6 km

9

0,8 km

M12

1

1,8 km

8

2

3,4 km

24

1,3 km

M14

1

2,2 km

8

2

4,3 km

28

1,8 km

M16

1

3,6 km

15

2

6,1 km

45

2,3 / 3,9 km

M18

1

3,9 km

16

1

8,7 km

65

2,7 / 4,7 /6,4 km

M20

1

4,4 km

18

1

10,7 km

79

4,8 / 6,8 / 8,3 km

M21A

1

6,2 km

24

1

13,9 km

100

4,9 / 7,3 / 9,5 km

M21B

1

3,6 km

15

1

7,9 km

60

3,2 / 5,0 km

M21C

1

2,3 km

8

2

5,3 km

33

2,0 km

M35

1

4,4 km

18

1

10,7 km

79

4,8 / 6,8 / 8,3 km

M40

1

4,3 km

15

1

9,6 km

70

3,5 / 5,9 / 8,3 km

M45

1

3,9 km

16

1

8,7 km

65

2,7 / 4,7 / 6,4 km

M50

1

3,6 km

15

1

7,9 km

60

3,2 / 5,0 km

M55

1

3,3 km

13

2

6,6 km

50

2,0 / 4,8 km

M60

1

2,8 km

12

2

5,7 km

40

2,3 / 4,3 km

M65

1

2,6 km

11

2

4,2 km

34

1,8 km

M70

1

2,6 km

11

2

3,5 km

26

1,5 km

NR – Taped route

Map on 1st day – middle distance

Size of the map is A4, scale 1:10000, contour interval 5 m.

In classe MW21A there is a map exchange on the course (the second part of the course is on

the other side of the map sheet).

Map on 2nd day – 100 CP Run

  • MW16 and older classes:
    The maps are in A3 and A4 formats. On one side there is a map in scale 1:10 000 and on the other side there is a contour map in scale 1:5000.
    The course is divided into three parts: the first and third parts are depicted on the regular map and the second part on the contour map.

  • Classes MW12 and MW14:
    The course consists of one part, which is depicted on the regular map in the scale of 1:10 000. The map is in A4 format.

  • Taped route (MW8-10NR):
    The course consists of one part, which is depicted on the regular map in the scale of 1:5000. The map is in A4 format

The contour interval is 5 m.

Event information

  • Individual start

  • On the 1st day World Ranking points are given in classes MW21A
  • On the 1st day there are no refreshment controls during the course but MW21A classes can leave their own drink on the course, leaving it on the table near the bridge, on the side of the competition centre run-through.
  • 20 first from the Estonian ranking and 500 first from World Ranking will be drawn to the end of the start list in classes MW21A.
  • Pre-start is 3 minutes, start interval is 2 minutes.
  • Number bibs are in the competition centre, near the check-in.

  • Time limit on the 1st day is 2 hours and on the 2nd day 5 hours.
  • Forking will be used in classes MW21A on the 2nd day.

  • On the way to the starts, the competitors must go through a start gate where the SI-cards are registered. Also the SI-card’s version will be checked to ensure that the competitor’s SI-card has enough capacity to complete the race.
  • There are separate control descriptions for all classes at the pre-start.

Distance to start:

  Friday, June 20
Start 1 (MW 12-70) 600m
Start 2 (M8NR, M10NR, W8NR, W10NR, open
courses)
800m

 

  Saturday, June 21
Start 1 (M18, M20, M21A, M21B, M35, M40, M45,
M50, W20, W21A)
1900m
Start 2 (M8NR, M10NR, M12, M14, M16, M21C,
M55, M60, M65, M70, W8NR, W10NR, W12, W14,
W16, W18, W21B, W21C, W35, W40, W45, W50,
W55, W60, W65, W70, open courses)
600m

 Starting procedure on Friday and Saturday


Awards

The award ceremony will take place on the 2nd day according to the finishes. Last awards will be handed out at approximately 18.00.

The six best in classes MW21A will be awarded. Awards will be distributed in all other classes
according to the number of participants.

The times of the 1st and 2nd day will be summed and overall best will be awarded.

Competition Centre

keila-joa 040614 ENG.jpg

 

Driving instructions and parking

Distance from Tallinn to the Competition Centre is 33 km.

From Tallinn drive from Haabersti roundabound to Rannamõisa road towards Kloogaranna (road nr 11390). Sign posts to the Competition Centre will start on 27th km from Keila-Joa borough.

Distance from the car park to the Competition Centre is 500-700 m.

Competition Centre coordinates:                          Car park coordinates:

N: 59°23'52.3"        E: 24°17'18.5"                      N:59°23'53.9"       E: 24°17'57.1"

N: 59.397871          E: 24.288470                       N:59.398308         E: 24.299189

 

Other Info

O-Week office

Information and materials are available in all O-Week Competition Centres. Additionally, O-week office is open in Tallinn English College (Estonia pst 10) from Monday to Friday at 09:00 – 11:00.

Punching system

SportIdent (SI) is used in all events.

When placing an entry, it is not necessary to enter the number of your personal SI-card, only the request to rent a card. NB! When using a personal SI-card, make sure that it has enough capacity to complete the 100 CP Run (2nd day of O-Week Final). It is not possible to use multiple SI-cards.

It is possible to rent SI-cards from the organisers.
Renting fee 10.00 €/week (version according to the 2nd day of O-Week Final).
Renting fee for all other days – 2.00 €/day.
Without pre-registration the renting fees are 1,5x higher. 
Different versions of the SI-cards are:

Version

SI-card number

Number of punches

5

kuni 499 999

30

6, 6*

500 000 - 999 999 and

16 711 680 - 16 777 215

192

8

2 000 000 - 2 999 999

30

9

1 000 000 - 1 999 999

50

10, 11

7 000 000 - 7 999 999 ja

9 000 000 - 9 999 999

128

SIAC1

8 000 000 - 8 999 999

128

More about SI-cards: http://tak-soft.com/sportident/kaart/index.php

Open courses

On all days, except for the regular events on Tuesday and Thursday, it is possible to run open courses (pre-registration is not required). The start is open during times, which are shown in the
programme. Different courses are offered. Entry fee 6.00 €. Tickets for open course can be purchased from the information tent at the Competition Centre.

Embargoed areas

It is forbidden to use a map on WRE competition terrains (Eesti Vabaõhumuuseum /Estonian Open Air Museum and Keila-Joa) until and on the day of the competition. The embargoed areas are shown on the maps below:

 

Green thinking- sorting the waste

SK 100 has a green mindset and therefore for the first time we are sorting waste on Tallinn O-Week. We are collaborating with Ragn-Sells AS.

There are four different trash bins in the Competition Centre with the appropriate signs. We kindly ask the competitors to follow the signs and separate the waste into the correct bins.

There are four kind of waste:

Paper and cartons - every kind of printed paper, paper cartons, newspapers and other paper (except dirty cardboard platter (disposable plates), household paper) - collected paper will be recycled and we will help save some trees by doing that.
Plastic drinking cups in refreshment controls will also be recycled. NB!Please be aware that only water cups are deposited in these bins, not even cups which have been used for sports drinks.

Returnable bottles- will be brought to wending maschines. The returns will be used to cover the costs of sorting waste.
Recycable materials (paper, plastic cups and bottles) will be collected in transparent bags.
Mixed waste - all other kinds of waste, which are not collected separately, go to mixed waste bin (incl. food waste, used disposable tableware, map plastic bags etc.). Mixed waste will be collected in a black bin.

Accomodation

The purchasers of the O-Week Pass can book accommodation through the organisers. We kindly ask you to contact the secretary – Kadi-Liis Minn (info [at] sk100.ee) - for more information.

Floor accommodation is available for all competitors, regardless of Pass purchase.

NB! As this time of the year is high season for the tourism industry, we recommend informing the organisers of your wish as soon as possible.

Accommodation A:

 Tallink  City  Hotell  4* (Centre of Tallinn, A.Laikmaa 5)
(http://www.tallinkhotels.com/tallink-city-hotel) 
Price per person 35 – 65 €/night
Price includes comfortable accommodation, buffet breakfast and an opportunity to use sauna in the morning.
All rooms offer air conditioning, free Internet connection, TV (including satellite channels), telephone, safe, mini bar and a shower or a bath.
Children under 13 years of age stay free of charge in a room together with parents.
All rooms are meant for non smokers.
There are limited parking places located in the hotel backyard and it costs 10 €/day.

 Accommodation B

1)    16 € hostel (Centre of Tallinn, Rotermanni quarter)
(http://www.16eur.ee/)
Price per person 10 – 19 €/night.
It is possible to order buffet breakfast (cost 6€ per person), there is also a small kitchen corner for public use (with a stove top, oven, refrigerator, water boiler, toaster and a microwave oven)

2) Old Town Munkenhof Guesthouse (Tallinn’s Old Town, Munga 4) (www.oldtownmunkenhof.ee) 
Prices per person 13 - 19 €/night 
Amenities include a 24-hour reception, cozy common areas with TV’s and computers with free internet and a fully equipped kitchen.
Every floor has 3 separate bathrooms. Breakfast meals can be obtained from a nearby Reval Cafe (http://www.revalcafe.ee), breakfast voucher 5.50€)
Opportunity for parking is in paid parking on Uus street (15€ per 24h)

3) The Munk´s Bunk (Centre of Tallinn, Tatari1)
(http://www.themonksbunk.com/)
Price per person 9 – 12 € /night
Rooms are equipped with bunk beds for 6,8,10 and 12 persons.
Breakfast can be ordered (3€ per person). There is also fully stocked kitchen, sauna, common area and bathrooms for public use.

 Accommodation C:

 Apartment.ee (Centre of Tallinn)
(http://www.apartment.ee)
Price per person 22 – 45 €/night. Security deposit payment is 40% for booking.
Apartments are in the green and calm city centre area, only 15 minutes walks from Old Town on Pilve, Aasa, Villard street,
Available apartments can be seen on the website: http://www.apartment.ee/apartments-prices/127

 Accommodation D:

Floor accommodation in Tallinn English College (in Tallinn City Centre)
http://www.tik.edu.ee/
Price for children 4€/night, adults 6€/night
Showering are located next to Tallinn English College in English College Sports hall
(http://www.tiksport.ee/), price 1€/per washing.

Showering is available:
M (16.06) at 20.45 – 21.45
Tu (17.06) at 20:00 – 21:00
W (18.06) at 20.45 – 21.45
Th (19.06) at 20:00 – 21:00

Please inform organizers about your wishes to use shower in advance.

Transport

The purchasers of the O-Week Pass can order transportation from the Centre of Tallinn to all competition venues outside Tallinn (from Monday through Wednesday the events are in the city) from the organisers. The price is 20.00 €/week. One-day tickets for 8.00 € are available only if there are vacant seats.

The buses depart from Mere Puiestee, near Kanuti Garden.

Departure times (from Mere Puiestee):
•  Thursday, June 19, 16.00
•  Friday, June 20, 15.30
•  Saturday, June 21, 10.00

Departure times from competition centres:
•  Thursday, June 19, 20.00, arrival to Tallinn approx. 20.30
•  Friday, June 20, 21.00, arrival to Tallinn approx. 21.30
•  Saturday, June 21, 18.30, arrival to Tallinn approx. 19.00

NB! Bus departure times depend on competitiors' finish time. Those who finish earlier can spend time at competition centre: there is sport massage, catering, sale of O-equipment.

On June 16th and 17th we advise to come to the competition centre by public transport. Only valid transport ticket will grant you travelling in public transport vehicles of Tallinn. There are three opportunities for buying a ticket:


A ticket purchased from the driver (at the price of 1,6 €) will grant you the right for one ride. You must only use cash to buy a ticket from the driver of public transport vehicle. You must enter the public transport vehicle, using the front door to purchase the ticket. A passenger will be required to keep the ticket until the end of the ride. This ticket is not marked, punched or validated.

You can use the money, loaded onto your Smartcard (Ühiskaart) to purchase tickets to six passengers (1.10 € each). To do that, you must first load money onto your card in a point of sales and one hour ticket will be generated automatically as you board a public transport vehicle and swipe your card to validate your trip. If you want to purchase more tickets, use arrows to choose the required number of additional tickets (up to 5 more), then push OK and then validate the purchase of extra tickets by swiping your Smartcard again in front of the validator.
1, 3, 5 and 30 day tickets are available for the Smartcard. As your board a public transport vehicle, you will be required to validate your trip every time by swiping the card to the validator. If you see a green light, your trip has been validated.


Returning Tallinn Public Transport Card
Tallinn Public Transport Card can be returned within the first six months after the first validation to the clerk of service desk of Tallinn City Government at Vabaduse Väljak 7, Ühendatud Piletite AS. You won’t get a deposit refund if the Smartcard is physically damaged.

More information on http://www.tallinn.ee/eng/Public-transport-tickets
Public transport schedules: http://tallinn.yhistransport.eu/

Parking

Parking is free at all the Competition Centres, except for Tallinn City Centre where Tallinn priced parking areas have to be followed.
Please take info account the parking opportunities marked on the maps of the competition centres.
Priced parking area in Tallinn city centre:

 

Complaints and protests

Complaints have to be submitted to the secretary in writing as soon as possible, but not later than the last result has been published. The organizer will investigate the complaint and inform the complainant about the decision.

Protest can be submitted to appeal against the decisions the organizers have made about complaints. A protest has to be submitted to the IOF Event Advisor or a member of the jury as soon as possible but not later than one hour after the organizers have announced their decision about the complaint.

Filing complaints and protests is free of charge.

IOF Event Adviser is Leho Haldna

Jury members in WRE-sprint and WRE-middle:
Liis Johanson, Timo Sild, Jari Kymäläinen

Visas

A list of countries, whose citizens need a visa to enter The Republic of Estonia, can be found on the web site of the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. http://www.vm.ee/?q=en/node/53

Weather

The average temperature in Estonia in June is 14,5 °C and generally the temperature is between 10 to 20 °C. The average rainfall in June is 61mm and the chance of rain is 30 %.

Dangers

Every competitor is responsible for his/her own health and safety. The competition in Tallinn city centre take place on city streets, which are open to traffic. Additionally there are a lot of tourists on the streets in June.

Clothes

There are no special requirements in regards to clothing.
It is forbidden to run with spiked or studded shoes in Tallinn city centre.

Culture and Leisure program

Monday, June 16
Tallinn ZOO Walking Tour starts at 15.00 from the Zoo North gate with Tallinn O-Week guide.
Every participant can get the Zoo orienteering map with different exhibits marked on the map.
Price for adults 6 €, children 4 €. We advice to come from Tallinn City center by trolleybus nr 6
(stop Zoo), look at schedules http://soiduplaan.tallinn.ee/
For additional information:
http://www.tallinnzoo.ee/index.php?nlan=eng&index=on&ndbase=1

Tuesday, June 17
At 13.30 gathering on Freedom square (Vabaduse väljak), where bus nr 23 will take us to Nõmme. There will be tour in Glehn Castle.
(http://www.ttu.ee/organisatsioonid/glehni-loss/ )
After the tour, there is a possibility to visit Nõmme Adventure Park. Price for an adult is 17€, with a group over 11 people there is 15% discount.
(http://www.nommeseikluspark.ee/en/ )

Wednesday, June 18
Old Town Walking tour will start at 14.00 from Freedom Square (Vabaduse väljak). The tour is
guided by Tallinn O-Week quide.
The Pub rally takes place at 20.30.

Thursday, June 19
We recommend for individual visiting:
•  Estonian Open Air Museum (http://www.evm.ee/eng/home)
•  Kumu - Art Museum of Estonia (http://www.kumu.ee/en/)
•  Kiek in de Kök tower and Bastion tunnels  (Komandandi tee 2), (http://linnamuuseum.ee/kok/en/)
NB! The Bastion Tunnels can be only visited by guided tours! (group size is limited to 20 persons and should be booked in advance at the museum)
•  Seaplane Harbour  (http://www.lennusadam.eu/en/ )
•  Tallinn TV Tower (http://www.teletorn.ee/en )

Friday, June 20
Collective visit to Türisalu klint
(http://www.visitestonia.com/en/turisalu-klint?site_preference=normal).
Bus departures  from Mere Puiestee 15:30. After a small tour, bus goes straight to the competition centre.

Official tourist information website: http://www.visitestonia.com/en/
See also: http://www.tourism.tallinn.ee/eng
More happenings in Tallinn : http://www.tourism.tallinn.ee/eng

Pub Rally

On Wednesday evening it is possible to take part in Pub Rally in various pubs in the Old Town. It is a team competition where a team can be formed of two to four runners.

Registration will take place from the beginning of O-week, every day at the Competition Centre
or at O-week office. MOBO - mobile orienteering will be used for punching (http://mobo.osport.ee/?l=en).

There is no start and finish area, which means that the competitors can start at a freely chosen time after the sprint competition. Teams will receive Pub Rally maps after 20:30. There are several pubs marked on the map, witch are located in Tallinn Old Town. It is a free order course, meaning that the competitors can choose the order of visiting the controls. To make a MOBO-punch in pub, team must make at least one purchase.

The final result will be based on the number of pubs visited, on a tie, the time at the last pub will be decisive.
SI-read out is located in Chicago 1933 pub (Aia 3), it can be made until 00.30. 
Entry fee is 5.00 € per team (entry + one map, every extra map 1.00 €) and will be paid with the entry.
The best teams will be awarded during the O-Week Final.
The minimum age for alcohol consumption in Estonia is 18 years.

Additional services at the Competition Centre

On all days several additional services are offered at the Competiton Centre:

  Mon 16.6

Tue 17.06

Wed 18.06

Thu 19.06

Fri 20.06

Sat 21.06

Catering

 until 20.00

  + 300m + +

Shower facilities

 

      + +

WC

+

+

+ + + +

Child care

+

+ + + + +

Luggage area

+

+

+

+

+

+

First aid + + + + + +
Sports massage and kinesiotaping     + + + +
Sales of O-equipment + +   + + +

Catering

On Monday (until 20:00), Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday it is possible to buy warm meals at the Competition Centre. On Friday and Saturday payments are only accepted in cash!

Shower facilities

On Friday and Saturday competitors can use an outdoor shower with warm water. On other days there are no shower facilities at the Competition Centres.

Child care

Supervised child care is available in all Competition Centres. Child care provides for a tent, toys and instructors. With dry weather on Monday, Friday and Saturday there will be a trampoline. The area will be fenced off from the rest of the Competition Centre. Child care will be opened one hour before the starts (Tuesday and Thursday at the beginning of starts) and will be closed with the finish.

On Saturday child care is open 11:00-17:00

Luggage area

It is possible to leave your belongings at a supervised luggage area in all Competition Centres. The luggage area is opened one hour before the starts (Tuesday and Thursday at the beginning of starts) and will be closed with the finish. You can leave your car keys in the luggage area during the competition.

Sports massage and kinesiotaping 

Sports massage is offered by the students of M.I.Massage Academy.

Sports massage represents a complex of special moves that increases athletic efficiency, prepares the athlete for a lasting active muscle work and accelerates the recovering processes. Massage is effective for preparing for the competitions as well as for fighting the fatigue.

Kinesiotaping is a method that is based on the natural recovery of the body. A specially designed tape is used, that lets the skin to breathe and allows extensive movement. Kinesiotaping supports and stabilizes joints and muscles without disturbing the circulatory processes. Kinesiotaping is used as a 24h principle on muscle-joint structures, helping to stabilize, reduce the inflammation, swelling, pain and to relax the overtired muscles.

Sale of O-equipment

Different orienteering equipment shops are situated at the Competition Centre and also ISC tent. O-equipment is available on all days except Wednesday, June 18.

First aid

First aid is offered at the Competiton Centre on all days.

Souvenirs

O-Week souvenirs can be ordered with the entry:
Stainless steel drinking bottle with TOW2014 logo (450 ml) - 10 €.
Original Buff® with TOW and WMOC2016 logo - 12 €.
The souvenirs can be collected from the office or information tent during the O-Week.

Cancellations

In case of cancelling your entry, the entry fees will not be refunded. However, if medical certificate is provided before O-Week, next year’s entry can be done at half the price. If the race is cancelled due to force majeure (circumstances not depending on the organisers), the entry fees will not be refunded.

Trainings

Training possibilities

Laulasmaa   Pirita

Laulasmaa
1:10 000 h=2,5m

 

Pirita
1:5 000 h= 2,5m

     
Koitjarve   Koitjarve

Koitjärve (N)
1:10 000 h=2,5m

 

Koitjärve (S)
1:10 000 h=2,5m

Additional training opportunities, where control points are marked in the forest but do not include any punching devices. All controls and three courses of different lengths are marked on the maps. For training maps, please contact the secretary – Kadi-Liis Minn (info [at] sk100.ee). The price per map is 3.00 €.

Registration

Entries

Until 1st of March / 16th of May / 6th of June through http://sk100.ee/reg/

The entry fee, rent of SI-card(s) and fees for additional services must be paid on registration: MTÜ Spordiklubi 100 (Sõpruse pst 198-52, 13423 Tallinn, Estonia), IBAN: EE112200221047956653, BIC: HABAEE2X (Swedbank), Swedbank address: Liivalaia 8, 15040 Tallinn, Estonia

Registration after June 6 is possible only on vacant spots with 1,5x of entry fee. Changes in already drawn starting list can be done for 0,5x of entry fee. 

O-week Pass

  • Pass gives you the right to participate on all O-Week competitions

  • Pre-ordering until May 16

  • Pass prices:

Classes

Until March 1

Until May 16

MW 8 – 14

16 €

20 €

MW 16 – 20

24 €

30 €

MW 21 – 55

46 €

54 €

MW 60 – 70

29 €

37 € 

Entry fees per day

Regular O-events (Tuesday and Thursday) (without pre-registration)

Classes

Tuesday

Thursday

MW 10 – 18

1.50 €

Free of charge

MW 21 – 55

4.00 €

4.00 €

MW 60 – 80

1.50 €

2.00 €

Sprint (Monday), City Race (Wednesday) and O-week Final (Friday and Saturday)

Classes

Until March 1

Until May 16

Until June 6

Until event *                  

MW 12

4.00 €

5.00 €

7.00 €

10.50 € 

MW 16 – 20

6.00 €

7.50 €

9.00 €

13.50 €

MW 21 – 55

11.00 €

13.00 €

15.00 €

22.50 € 

MW 65

7.00 €

9.00 €

11.00 €

16.50 € 

 *Entries until the day of the event (after 6th of June) are possible only for vacant places.

Start lists

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