Jan Kjellström


International Festival


of Orienteering 2019


South Central Orienteering Association


19th April - 22nd April

   


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Day 4 - Relay (Minley)

Location:

Minley is near Camberley, a few miles west of Days 1 and 2 and very close to Junction 4a of the M3.

Car-Parking, Assembly and Start/Change-over are all in a compact area.

Terrain:

Minley is a varied military training area, mostly comprising runnable forest, with some open grass areas. Quite hilly, with plenty of contour detail and some steep slopes in places. There is a network of small winding tracks, mainly created by mountain bikers.

Map:

1:10,000 5m contours. Remapped in 2018 by Peel Land Survey to ISOM2017.

Classes:

The standard British Orienteering JK Relay classes are available. These are:

A - JK Trophy

B - Women's Trophy

C - Men’s Short

D - Women’s Short

E - Senior Men (M120+) - total class ages (not actual ages) must be at least 120

F - Senior Women (W120+)

G - Veteran Men (M165+)

H - Veteran Women (W165+)

J - Ultra-Veterans (M/W210+) - total class ages must be at least 210, after the addition of 10 for each female team member.

K - Intermediary Men (M48-) - total class age must not exceed 48

L - Intermediary Women (W48-)

M - Junior Relay (M/W40-)

N - Mini Relay - all entrants must ve m?w12 or below

P - Mixed Ad Hoc - open to teams (M and/or W) made up from members of the same or different clubs

Full details of the classes and rules can be found here.

Clothing:

British Orienteering requires that all competitors wear clothing that fully covers the torso and legs. There may also be a requirement to carry a hooded waterproof top. If required, there will be notices.

Dogs:

Dogs to be kept on leads at all times. Clear up any mess.