Jan Kjellström

International Festival

of Orienteering 2014

South Wales

18th April - 21st April



British Orienteering

Welsh Orienteering Association


How to enter the JK

Entries may be made online (preferred) or in writing (see bottom of page) and entry fees are given in the table below. All championship class competitors must be either a member of British Orienteering, or a member of an IOF affiliated Federation.

  JK Sprint     JK Days 2 & 3 (per day)
Payment date Junior/student Senior   Junior/student Senior
05/01/2014 £5.50 £10.00   £8.00 £17.00
16/02/2014 £6.50 £11.00   £9.00 £19.00
30/03/2014 £7.50 £12.00   £10.00   £22.00
  JK Relays (per team)      
16/02/2014 £24.00 £39.00      
06/04/2014 £30.00 £48.00      
  Colour coded/Novice courses (EoD and pre-entry)
  £5.00  £10.00 (£12.00 for non-BOF members)

Please allow 5 working days after renewing British Orienteering membership for this to be updated in the online entries database.

For individual days, 1, 2 and 3 (and PreO):

For Relays (club captains only):

Elite Entrants - Competitors entering Elite classes should be aware that they will be allocated start times according to Appendix A 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.

WRE: those entering the Elite classes on Days 2 and/or 3 are reminded that they must provide any existing World Ranking IDs when they enter. These are available here for men and here for women.

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:

Cancellations policy: refunds will be given to cancellations by entrants as follows:-

Postal entry: competitors entering by post should use the form which can be downloaded here, and post it to
Christine Vince
3 Back Lane
East Coker, Yeovil, Somerset
BA22 9JN

Postal entry closing date:

Email Entries Secretary.