2018

Prindi

Results

LIVE Results

Results

Open course results: 1st day, 2nd and 3rd day

Taped course results

 

GPS:

Sprint:
M21E 
W21E

Middle:
M21E
W21E

100 CP:
M21E
W21E

 

Startlist

Bulletin

Programme

Welcome to Tallinn Orienteering Week!

Tallinn Orienteering Week is an event where you can get a fulfilling orienteering experience within just three days.

On Friday you can race in the city center of Tallinn in a sprint race.

Saturday’s and Sunday’s races will be held on forest terrain - on Saturday a middle distance race and on Sunday the 13th legendary 100 Control Points Run.

Friday's and Saturday's races are WRE competitions.

There is also an opportunity to make Your orienteering week longer by participating in training orienteering events in and nearby Tallinn from Monday to Thursday.

 

Friday
July 27

18:00

Sprint
WRE

Rotermann City
(in Tallinn)

Saturday
July 28

13:00

Middle distance
WRE

Pikknõmme

Sunday
July 29

10:00

Long distance,
100 CP Run

Pikknõmme

 

Training O-events programme:

Monday
July 23

17:00-20:30

Training O-event

Loomaaed

linnaorienteerumine.ee

Tuesday
July 24

16:30-20:30

Training O-event

incl. MTBO opportunity

Õismäe raba

metsaorienteerumine.ee

Wednesday
July 25

17:00-20:00

Training O-event

Kirikla

orvand.ee

Thursday
July 26

17:00-20:30

Training O-event

Kaberla

ton.ee

Registration

Registration can be completed through the SK100 registration environment http://register.sk100.ee/ from 1st of Febuary.

WRE classes also have to register through IOF Eventor: https://eventor.orienteering.org/Events

The entry fee, rent of SI-card(s) and fees for additional services must be paid on registration via bank transfer:
MTÜ Spordiklubi 100
IBAN: EE112200221047956653
BIC: HABAEE2X
Name of bank: Swedbank
Swedbank address: Liivalaia 8, 15040 Tallinn

Entry fees per day:

Sprint (Friday), middle distance ( Saturday), 100 CP Run(Sunday)

Classes

Until April 16

Until 20 July

Until event day*

MW 8-14

6 €

8 €

8 €

MW 16-20

8 €

10 €

10 €

MW 21-55

14 €

18 €

27 €

MW 60-75

10 €

12 €

18 €

*Entries until the day of the event (after July 20) are possible only in case of vacant places.

 

General information

Classes and courses:

Overall ranking will be calculated as a total time of three days.

There is no taped route in sprint distance. Overall ranking in these classes (MW8NR ja MW10NR) will be calculated as a total time of two days (middle distance on July 28 and 100 CP run on July 29).

1.d - sprint

2.d - middle distance

3.d - 100 CP Run

Class

1.d km

2.d km

3.d km

3.d CP

Class

1.d km

2.d km

3.d km

3.d  CP

W8NR

-

~1,5/2,5

~1,5/2,5

10

M8NR

-

~1,5/2,5

~1,5/2,5

10

W10NR

-

~1,5/2,5

~1,5/2,5

10

M10NR

-

~1,5/2,5

~1,5/2,5

10

W12

~1,6

~2,0

~3,0

20

M12

~1,6

~2,0

~3,0

20

W14

~1,8

~2,0

~3,0

25

M14

~2,0

~2,5

~3,0

25

W16

~2,2

~2,5

~5,0

35

M16

~2,6

~3,0

~5,5

45

W18

~2,4

~3,0

~5,5

45

M18

~2,6

~3,5

~7,5

60

W20

~2,6

~3,0

~6,5

45

M20

~2,8

~3,5

~10,0

80

W21E

~2,8

~4,5

~9,0

70

M21E

~3,2

~5,5

~14,0

100

W21A

~2,0

~3,0

~5,5,

45

M21A

~2,4

~3,5

~8,5

65

W21B

~1,6

~2,0

~4,0

35

M21B

~2,0

~2,0

~5,5

40

W35

~2,5

~3,0

~6,5

45

M35

~2,8

~3,5

~10,0

80

W40

~2,5

~3,0

~5,5

45

M40

~2,8

~3,5

~9,0

75

W45

~2,3

~2,5

~5,5

45

M45

~2,5

~3,5

~9,0

70

W50

~2,3

~2,5

~5,5

40

M50

~2,5

~3,0

~7,5

60

W55

~2,1

~2,0

~4,0

35

M55

~2,3

~3,0

~6,5

45

W60

~2,1

~2,0

~4,0

35

M60

~2,3

~2,5

~5.5

45

W65

~1,8

~2,0

~3,5

25

M65

~2,1

~2,5

~5.5

40

W70

~1,8

~2,0

~3,5

25

M70

~1,8

~2,0

~4,0

35

W75

~1,6

~2,0

~3,5

25

M75

~1,8

~2,0

~4,0

35

 Information:

 Secretary General: Hannula-Katrin Pandis  - info [at] sk100.ee (+372) 5901 6503

Accomodation:

Floor accommodation is available at Aegviidu School, in Aegviidu, priced at €3 per night.
Showers, priced at €1 per use, are located next to Aegviidu School at their sports hall. It is possible to use the showers on Friday, as well as Saturday, evenings. Please inform the organisers before 23rd of July about your wishes to use the floorspace accommodation and shower at info@sk100.ee .

Complaints and protests

Complaints have to be submitted to the secretary in writing as soon as possible, but not later than 15 minutes after 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 Jüri Joonas.

Jury members of the WRE-sprint and WRE-middle distance track are:

Sigrid Ruul, Tarmo Klaar, Reimo Liiv

Parking:

Friday:Parking is available at paid parking areas in Tallinn. Closest car park is located at Viru Center.

 Saturday and Sunday: Parking is available at a clearing near Ännijärve lake. Parking fee is €1. The distance between the competition centre and parking lot is about 2 kilometres, however, the drivers are allowed to drop off fellow passengers at a point that is about 1 kilometre from the competition centre. We kindly ask for the drop-off to be as quick as possible so as to avoid any traffic jams.

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 (Sunday). It is not possible to use multiple SI-cards.

Renting fee 2.00 €/day.

Without pre-registration the renting fees are 1,5x higher, 3€.

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 ja

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:

In all three days  it is possible to run open courses (pre-registration is not required). The start is open during times, which are shown in the programme.  Two 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 until the day of the competition.

Additional services at the Competition Centre:

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

 

R 27.07

L 28.07

P 28.07

Catering

 

+

+

Swimming opportunity

 

+

+

Changing tent

+

+

+

WC

+

+

+

Child care

+

+

+

Luggage area

+

+

+

First aid

+

+

+

Sale of O-equipment

 

+

+

Catering

On Saturday and Sunday it is possible to buy warm meals at the Competition Centre. 

Swimming opportunity

There is a moor lake near the competition center at the weekend in which you can swim. NB! The lake has no defined shoreline and is deep. We kindly ask you to not leave your children unattended at the lake and also not to jump into the water as there are several hidden poles from an old pier under the water.

Child care:

Supervised child care is available in all Competition Centres. Child care provides for a tent, toys and instructors. The area will be fenced off from the rest of the Competition Centre. Child care will be opened one hour before the starts and will be closed with the finish.

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 and will be closed with the finish. You can leave your car keys in the luggage area during the competition.

Sale of O-equipment

Different orienteering equipment shops are situated at the Competition Centre .

First aid

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

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 July is 17,5 °C and generally the temperature is between 11 to 22 °C. The average rainfall in June is 72 mm 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 takes place on city streets and parking lots, which are open to traffic. Additionally there are a lot of tourists on the streets in July.

Clothes

There are no special requirements in regards to clothing.

It is forbidden to run with spiked or studded shoes in Rotermann Quarter.

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.

 Organiseres

Tallinn O-Week is organised by

NGO Sports Club 100

http://sk100.ee/

Event Director: Kadi-Liis Minn

 

Manager

   

Secretariat

Hannula-Katrin Pandis

(+372) 5901 6503

info@sk100.ee

Courses and maps

Hendri Parrol

       

 

Construction and logistics

Juta Tarmak-Vend

   

Marketing and media

Timmo Tammemäe

(+372) 529 4233

timmo@sk100.ee

Volunteer coordinator

Liina Vesilind

 

liina.vesilind@sk100.ee

Additional services

Maret Hallikma

   

IT and timekeeping

Kristiina Ollema

   

Starts

Marie Tammemäe

   

 

 

Course setter

Map authors

Friday

Tomi-Andre Piirmets

Tomi-Andre Piirmets

Saturday

Mait Tõnisson

Mait Tõnisson

Sunday

Mait Tõnisson

Mait Tõnisson

 

 

COMPETITION INFORMATION

Friday, July 27

Sprint, WRE

Time and place

Rotermann Quarter (Rotermanni kvartal)

The only entrance to the competition centre is located between the Postimaja (Narva rd) and Nordic Hotel Forum.

First start at 18.00

Start for open courses 18.00-19.00

Terrain and map

 

The terrain is divided into two parts: the Rotermann Quarter and Forum Quarter with its surrounding areas. Rotermann Quarter can be considered a prime example of modern city center in which different enterprises and shopping streets can be found, the latter being the reason for the ample amount of pedestrians. Both terrains have narrow passageways, arched pedestrian tunnels and hidden corners. In addition to all mentioned, there are a few artificially created forbidden areas which are amplified on the map and monitored by a referee. Terrain has minimal vegetation.

Possible dangers: streets open to traffic, hidden car park barriers around corners, pedestrians moving in public space.

There are many checkpoints around the terrain, please be sure to check the marker numbers! ISSOM rules apply for the sprint which determines the forbidden/allowed symbols.

Map size is A4, scale 1:4000, distance between contour lines is 2 meters. Last updated in 2018.

Event Information

  • Individual start for sprint course.

  • World Ranking points are given in classes MW21E.

  • Estonian Orienteering Federation ranking points and Estonian Sprint Cup points are given in all classes.

  • Pre-start is 4 minutes, the start interval is 1 minute.

  • Time limit is 1,5 hours.

  • Distance between the competition centre and start is 300 metres.

  • Bib numbers can be found at the competition center. Competitors will be required to wear the same bib number every day. Safety pins are NOT provided by the organiser and are the responsibility of the competitors themselves!

  • SI-cards will be registered during the pre-start at the check-in (see the starting procedure below).

  • There are separate control descriptions for all classes at the pre-start. No equipment for attaching the bibs (i.e. pins, tape) are provided and are therefore a concern of the participant.
  • MW21E class have two-sided map!
  • MW21E class competitors are subjected to a quarantine zone located at the top floor of the Viru Center car park prior to the start. The zone can be entered by foot, through the door next to the staircase located inside 4th floor Rahva Raamat bookshop or through the 4th floor car park, if parking. Contestant has to be inside the quarantine zone at 18:00 o’clock latest. There are toilets in the quarantine zone. Quarantine is located on the parking area, where there is no roof. The contestant leaves the quarantine zone 10 minutes prior to their personal start-time.  Any personal belongings will be transported from the quarantine zone to the competition center.
  • SI Air contactless timing chips are used at the sprint. NB! The SI-AIR + function cannot be used at the finish and a manual marking with the SI-card has to be performed.

  • NB! The use of footwear with nails, spikes, peaks or other such metal parts in their soles during the sprint is forbidden!

  • The terrain will have some artificially constructed forbidden zones that will be amplified on the map and which will be overseen by referees.

  • Straight after the start point there is a boom barrier that has to be passed from the left side.

     

Classes and courses

 

 

Starting procedure on Friday

 

Competition Centre

The only entrance to the competition centre is located between the Postimaja (Narva rd) and Nordic Hotel Forum.

Awards

The best in MW21E will be awarded.

Awarding ceremony will start approximately at 20.00.

Parking

Parking is available at paid parking areas in Tallinn. Closest car park is located at Viru Center.

Competition Centre coordinates:

N: 59°26'19.1"N  E: 24°45'21.3"E

N: 59.438646      E: 24.755914

 

 

Saturday, July 28 / Sunday, June 29

Middle distance, WRE / Long distance, 100 CP Run

Time and place

Pikknõmme

First starts at:

Saturday - 13.00

Sunday - 10.00

Start time for open courses and taped route on Saturday is from 13.00 until 14.30 and the corresponding time for Sunday is from  10.00 to 11.30

Terrain and map

Landscape is formed by the southwest-northwestbound Pikknõmme ridge which is surrounded and hinged by strips of moors. The ridge is hinged quite well, the height of rather steep slopes are around 10-15 m. Moors are not wet, but rather soft and soddy. Primarily pine forest of good or very good runnability albeit several spruces and deciduous trees can make the visibility poorer. Northwest slopes of the ridge are prone to be covered by windfall trees. 

Scale 1:10000, contour interval 5 m.

Taped route scale 1:5000, contour interval 5 m.

Classes and courses

Map: Saturday – middle distance

Scale 1:10000, contour interval 5 m.

Taped route scale 1:5000, contour interval 5 m.

Map: Sunday – 100 CP Run
Scale 1:10000, contour interval 5 m.
Taped route Scale 1:5000, contour interval 5 m.

Event information

  • Individual start.

  • World Ranking points are given in classes MW21E on Saturday.

  • Water will be provided in the refreshment points. There will be an organiser.

  • Pre-start is 3 minutes, start interval is 2 minutes.

  • Numbered bibs are available at the competition centre, check near the information stand. Safety pins are not provided by the organiser.

  • Time limit will be 2.5 hours on Saturday and 5 hours on Sunday.

  • Forking separation method will be used for classes M21E on Sunday.

  • On the way to the start, the competitors must go through a check-in gate where their SI-cards are registered and corresponding versions of the card verified to ensure that the competitor’s SI-card has enough capacity in order to complete the race.

  • There are separate control descriptions for all classes at the pre-start. No equipment for attaching the bibs (i.e. pins, tape) are provided and are therefore a concern of the participant.

  • Taped routes and open courses will be using start no. 3 at their chosen time (using the regular O-event system), however, the starting intervals shall not be less than 1 minute.

  • The finish is not marked on the map, there shall be only a marking from the last point to the finish line.

  • Some of the control points of the 100 Control Point Run are placed so close to one another that it is impossible to connect them with a line on the map, the organisers kindly ask you to pay attention to the order of numbers.

    Distance to the start:

Starting procedure on Saturday and Sunday

 

Awards

 The award ceremony will take place on Sunday according to the finishes. The three overall best in  all classes will be awarded.

Competition Centre

Driving instructions and parking

The appropriate signposts will appear from the 32th kilometre of Piibe road.

Parking is available at a clearing near Ännijärve lake. Parking fee is €1. The distance between the competition centre and parking lot is about 2 kilometres, however, the drivers are allowed to drop off fellow passengers at a point that is about 1 kilometre from the competition centre. We kindly ask for the drop-off to be as quick as possible so as to avoid any traffic jams.

Competition Centre coordinates:

N: 59°18'27.8"N        E: 25°41'01.4"E

N: 59.307723            E: 25.683714

 

 

 

 

 

 

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