Jan Kjellström
International Festival
of Orienteering 2013
Chilterns, Southern England
29th March - 1st April
Chilterns, Southern England 29th March - 1st April

All pre-entries have now closed, as have accommodation bookings.  Please do not attempt to add yourself to the event waiting list.  No further pre-entries will be taken under any circumstances.  Entry on the day will be available for colour coded courses.

Relay team declarations can be made online until midnight on Tuesday 26th March.

Please email the Entries Secretary to request any late changes to either individual or relay entries.

You can view the entry list for the individual days, and for the relays.

Please note that this year's JK is using EMIT, so make sure you have provided your EMIT card number, not your SI one.  And if you are not accustomed to using EMIT, you can watch a video about using EMIT here - note that hired EMIT cards will be Series 2 (without display), and the JK will NOT use touch-free controls.  

Elite Entrants - Competitors entering Elite classes should be aware that they will be allocated start times according to Appendix L of the British Orienteering Rules.  If competitors require a start time in a specified band such as early or late, then they are recommended to enter either their appropriate Long class or the Open classes.

Entry numbers for Elite classes may exceed the available start times.  In such case competitors may be selected out from the Elite classes as follows:

  • Sprint - Appropriate Open Class (if age group 18-21) or Age Class
  • Day 2 – Appropriate Long Age Class, alternatively dependent on numbers the 18/20 class may be a separate course to 21.
  • Day 3 – Appropriate Long Age Class

Dogs - Dogs are allowed at the events on all four days.  However they must remain on a lead at all times and are restricted to parking and assembly areas and routes to/from these.  In particular please note that there is likely to be stock - cows and their calves - in the field next to the Day 3 Assembly field; it is essential that dogs are kept under control and away from them.

No dogs are allowed anywhere in the dedicated JK accommodation at Leighton Park School, not even on the campsite.