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29th July - 05th August 2017
Orléans, France

European MTBO Championships 2017
European Junior MTBO Championships 2017
European Youth MTBO Championships 2017
World Master Series MTBO Championships 2017
MTBO World Cup 2017 round 2

IOFFFCOASCO-COPSMairie d'Orléans
Latest bulletin (July 2017) : Bulletin 4

Albums

29/07/2017 Opening ceremony Album 1 Album 2
30/07/2017 Sprint Album 1 Album 2
31/07/2017 Model Album 1  
01/08/2017 Middle Album 1 Album 2
03/08/2017 Long Album 1 Album 2
04/08/2017 Sprint Relay Album 1  
05/08/2017 Relay Album 1  

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Live GPS

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Live audio

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New and updated MTBO maps

Scales : 1:5000, 1:7500, 1:10000, 1:15000,
Vertical contour intervals : 2.5m
Terrain type : various kind of roads, campaign, forest, urban area

All events will be organized in accordance with IOF International Specification for MTB Orienteering Maps (ISMTBOM 2010).

On Sprint map, some specific symbols will be used. Detailed information will follow in Bulletin 4, and will also be given at the Team Leaders Meetings.

 

Map details

Sprint
Scale :1:5000
Contours : 2.5m
Size : 25x30cm
Paper : waterproof
Sprint map
Middle Distance
Scale : 1:10000
Contours : 2.5m
Size : A3
Paper : waterproof
Middle distance map
Long Distance
Scale : 1:15000
Contours : 2.5m
Size : 32x42cm
Paper : waterproof
Map change except WMMTBOC W70
Long distance map
Sprint Relay
Scale : 1:7500
Contours : 2.5m
Size : 25x30cm
Paper : waterproof
Sprint relay map
Relay
Scale : 1:10000
Contours : 2.5m
Size : 30x30cm
Paper : waterproof
Relay map

 

Terrain description

Orléans country is 100m altitude.

  • Sprint competitions will be taking place in urban area.
  • Middle and Long Distance competitions will be taking place in forest area with dense tracks network.
  • Sprint Relay and Relay competitions will be taking place in forest area with dense tracks network (start, hand-over and finish in front of a typical Loire castle).

No height difference.

Sprint Sprint will be taking place in an urban area (Orléans-La-Source university campus) with alternating large buildings, lawn areas and extensive paved ride ways. It is allowed to ride off the roads or paths.
Middle Distance (MD) MD will be taking place in a forest area (Ormes communal forest) with two very different forest areas : one part frequented by the public, with bike and run sports tracks ; the other part is an area used for hunting, having sectors with a very dense vegetation and wide variety of trail network. Flat terrain. It is forbidden to ride off the roads or paths. It is allowed to ride on the orange that represents area open for riding.
Long Distance (LD) LD will be taking place in a national forest of Orléans, with characteristic terrain : grid of fast riding forest roads, and slow riding paths (some of them single tracks). Flat terrain. It is forbidden to ride off the roads or paths. It is allowed to ride on the orange that represents area open for riding.
Sprint Relay & Relay Sprint Relay and Relay will be taking place in “Parc de Charbonnière”, featuring a castle owned by the city of Orléans, which offers a forest with a very large density of paths of different rideability. Flat terrain. It is forbidden to ride off the roads or paths. It is allowed to ride on the orange that represents area open for riding.

All competitions areas are open to public traffic. The courses cross several public roads. There will be marshalls at the most critical places to help safe crossing and minimize disruption. Riders should follow marshalls instructions. Still, it is the riders’ responsibility to observe traffic rules and avoid unsafe practices.

 

 

Embargoed areas

The areas marked on the map are embargoed for all orienteering activities, unless specifically permitted by the organizer.
The embargoed areas are out of bounds for all potential participants and team members, including competitors, team leaders, coaches, doctors, escorts, and any other person with potential connection to a team (athletes or others). This means that all potential participants and team members are not allowed to visit these areas with or without a map at all, regardless of whether it is an orienteering activity or a training session, a walk with the dog or a leisurely Sunday stroll.

MTBO17 embargo

 

Courses lengths and expected winning times (provisional)

Sprint

ClassesDistanceClimbControlsWinning timesRefreshment
M21 10 0 31 20'-25' 1 (finish)
W21 8 0 25 20'-25'
M20 7,5 0 25 18'-20'
W20 6,5 0 23 18'-20'
M17 6,6 0 20 16'-18'
W17 5,5 0 18 16'-18'
M40 8 0 25 20'-25'
W40 6 0 23 20'-25'
M45 8 0 25 20'-25'
W45 6 0 23 20'-25'
M50 8 0 27 20'-25'
W50 5 0 18 20'-25'
M55 8 0 27 20'-25'
W55 5 0 18 20'-25'
M60 6,5 0 23 20'-25'
W60 4 0 16 20'-25'
M65 6,5 0 23 20'-25'
W65 4 0 16 20'-25'
M70 4,5 0 20 20'-25'
W70 3 0 13 20'-25'
M75 4,5 0 20 20'-25'
W75 3 0 13 20'-25'
M80 4 0 14 20'-25'
W80 3 0 12 20'-25'

 

Middle Distance

ClassesDistanceClimbControlsWinning timesRefreshment
M21 23,4 100 35 55'-60'

2 (forest

+ finish)

W21 20 90 30 55'-60'
M20 17,5 80 23 46'-48'
W20 15,7 80 25 46'-48'
M17 14 70 22 44'-46'
W17 12,3 50 23 44'-46'
M40 21 80 35 55'-60'
W40 17 80 23 55'-60'
M45 21 80 35 55'-60'
W45 17 80 23 55'-60'
M50 18,6 80 28 55'-60'
W50 17 80 23 55'-60'
M55 18,6 80 28 55'-60'
W55 17 80 23 55'-60'
M60 17 80 26 55'-60'
W60 11 50 23 55'-60'
M65 16 80 26 55'-60'
W65 11 50 23 55'-60'
M70 11,7 50 23 55'-60'
W70 7,2 30 17 55'-60'
M75 11,7 50 23 55'-60'
W75 7,2 30 17 55'-60'
M80 10 30 21 55'-60'
W80 6 30 14 55'-60'

 

Long Distance

ClassesDistanceClimbControlsWinning timesRefreshment
M21 45,5 60 22 105'-115' 

3 (forest

+ spectator control

+ finish)

W21 39 20 18 105'-115'
M20 35 45 19 88'-92' 
W20 28 35 16 88'-92'
M17 31 20 17 84'-88' 
W17 25 15 14 84'-88'
M40 40 40 21 105'-115' 
W40 32 25 19 105'-115' 
M45 40 40 21 105'-115' 
W45 32 25 19 105'-115' 
M50 36,5 30 20 105'-115' 
W50 31 20 18 105'-115' 
M55 36,5 30 20 105'-115' 
W55 31 20 18 105'-115' 
M60 33 20 20 105'-115' 
W60 26 15 15 105'-115' 
M65 33 20 20 105'-115' 
W65 26 15 15 105'-115' 
M70 26 20 14 105'-115' 
W70 16 15 9 105'-115' 
M75 26 20 14 105'-115' 
W75 16 15 9 105'-115' 
M80 26 20 14 105'-115' 
W80 16 15 9 105'-115' 

 

Sprint Relay

ClassesDistanceClimbControlsWinning timesRefreshment
M21 9,5 40 20 10'-15' average per leg
40'-60' total

2 (spectator control

+ finish)

W21 8 30 16
M20 7,3 40 16
W20 6,5 35 15
M17 6,5 40 15
W17 6 25 13
WMM 80 7,5 30 16
WMW 80 6,5 35 15
WMM 100 6 30 14
WMW 100 6 25 13
WM Open 6 30 14
WM Open 6 25 13

 

Relay

ClassesDistanceClimbControlsWinning timesRefreshment
M21 19 90 20 40'-45' average per leg
120'-135' total 

2 (spectator control

+ finish)

W21 15,1 90 15
M20 12,5 70 14 33'-35' average per leg
99'-105' total 
W20 10,6 70 13
M17 11,9 70 13 30'-33' average per leg
90'-99' total
W17 9,5 70 12
WM 120 15,1 90 15 40'-45' average per leg
120'-135' total
WM 160 14,6 90 17
WM Open 14,6 90 17

Winning times for WMMTBOC are the same for all age classes.

 

Weather

The expected average temperature in August is 20°C with relatively sunny weather, ideal conditions for competitions.

 

Map samples

 

 

 

 

 

Terrain preview

Terrain preview 1Terrain preview 2Terrain preview 3

 

 

Orléans and the Loiret

Orléans
Credit : http://www.orleans-metropole.fr

REGIONAL CAPITAL of the region Centre Val de Loire, Orléans and its conurbation counts up to 275 000 inhabitants at just 120 kilometres (74.5 miles) from Paris. Faithful to its past, the city works on developing economy, culture and education, while preserving the quality of life that characterises it. The Val de Loire registration on the World Heritage List in 2000 is an additional recognition of this quality. At the economic level, Orléans is part of the prestigious "Cosmetic Valley". The city asserts its role of regional capital and places itself as one of Paris Basin’s main balancing metropoles.

 

Orléans

A bit of History...

Saying that Orléans has a great place in the History of France is a pleonasm. The History of France has been linked to the one of Orléans since Antiquity.

Cenabum is naturally built on the North of the Loire loop, which is a strategic place. Romans develop the port on the river for the transport of cereals.
Aware of its strategic importance, the invaders rebuild rampart, driven by the Emperor Aurelian during the 2nd century, and the city is renamed Aurelianum.

As the Roman Empire falls, the city endures barbarian invasions: in 463, the Visigoths fight against the King of the Franks Childeric's troops during the Battle of Orléans. The Franks only complete their conquest of the region in 486 under Clovis' reign. When he dies, the Kingdom of Orléans is constituted.

In 732, the Carolingian Charles Martel includes Orléans in his own Kingdom, and later, Charles the Bald gives the city the title of Capital of the Kingdom and is enthroned there in 842. Orléans' royal fate begins. That way, the Capetian period opens with Hugh Capet's coronation in Orléans on December 25th, 987.

But the turning point of Orléans' history is also one of the turning points of France's History. In the middle of the Hundred Years' War, Joan of Arc achieves to beat the British and frees the city on May 8th, 1429. Following the war, the city rediscovers quickly enough its prosperity, particularly thanks to Louis XI who develops the agriculture in the region of Orléans. During the Renaissance, Orléans is still part of France's History with the passing by of John Calvin and of the King himself. Moreover, it is in one of the Hotel Groslot’s room located in Orléans that Francis II of France dies in 1560.

After having accumulated wealth, the city has to wait for the arrival of the railway company Paris-Orléans in 1852 to get back its former lustre, abruptly stopped by the Revolution and the Napoleonic period. Its growth goes on until World War II, and despite numerous bombings by Germany and by the Allies during the Liberation, Orléans is one of the first big cities of France to be rebuilt. Today, Orléans is the Capital of the 'Region Centre', and it received in 2009 the prestigious certification label "City and Country of Art and History" to highlight this rich historical past, but also to reward the policy of promotion of its heritage undertaken for more than ten years.

 

What is to be seen in Orléans?

THE CATHEDRAL…

Orléans Cathedral
Credit : http://www.orleans-metropole.fr

It is characterised by its gothic style, its remarkable homogeneity, its length of 140 metres (460 feet) and its five naves. Its colourful stained-glass windows depicting Joan of Arc are also something to be seen. Moreover, some splendid stalls and panelling from the beginning of the 18th century decorate the edifice's choir. During summer, it is possible to undertake the ascent of the towers for a stroke that leads to the angels' feet (the eight angels that ornament the two towers summits). The wall walk offers a wonderful view on the entire city and its streets, its monuments and its gardens. This ascent also allows to realise the impressive work made by the builders who created the gargoyles, the flying buttress but also the characters that contribute to give magnificence to this cathedral.

…AND ITS FORMER BISHOP'S PALACE

Bishop's Palace
Credit : Croquant

Implanted on the antic city wall, the Bishop's Palace was subject to successive constructions from the 17th century to the Revolution. The edifice’s symmetric body, its frontage punctuated with high windows and its main stairway give the monument a great majesty. Its garden offers a stunning view on the Cathedral.

In 1905, when the Church and State separate, a new layout of the garden takes shape. The flowerbed we know today is situated in front of the library building. In harmony with the architecture, the garden is only made of straight lines and rigour and is composed in classic style. According to the seasons, large potteries planted of daturas, cannas or banana trees, decorate the aisles.

In the North-East corner, there are remnants of the ancient Gallo-Roman wall; in that place the garden offers a remarkable view on the chevet of the Cathedral. (2002 sources: Municipal Archives and departmental Archives. ‘Men and plants’ review n ° 26).

THE HOTEL GROSLOT

Groslot Hotel
Credit : http://www.orleans-metropole.fr

Jacques Groslot, bailiff of Orléans, had his private mansion built between 1549 and 1553 by the architect Jacques Androuet Du Cerceau. Its frontage made of stone and of brick shows three gables, one of which is withdrawn in the centre. The noble floor, raised by a ground level, is open on the honour courtyard through big bay windows. In 170, the mansion’s functions changed to become Orléans' City Hall. In the 19th century, the "Place de l'Etape" is flattened. The honour courtyard, lowered of about one metre, is closed by a monumental portal. Between 1850 and 1854, the architect Albert Delton modified the original plan and adds two pavilions on the courtyard, and one on the garden. He decorated the new rooms with pomp (painted chimneys, ceilings and hangings) in the Gothic Troubadour and Neo-Renaissance styles. Behind the edifice, a public garden is built.

THE FINE ARTS MUSEUM

During the Revolution, the patron and collector Aignan-Thomas Desfriches and the painter Jean Bardin gathered works of art. This way is born the first museum opened to the public in 1797. It has been established since 1984 in a building designed by Christian Langlois. The 700 works of art displayed cover the European artistic creations from the 15th to the 21st century. The museum owns an important fund of foreign school paintings. It is also famous for its French collections of the 17th and 18th centuries, its pastels and its graphic collections.

JOAN OF ARC’S HOUSE

The so-called Joan of Arc’s House is the old dwelling of Jacques Boucher, the general treasurer of the Duke of Orléans in whose house Joan stayed in 1429. Strongly damaged in June 1940, the House is rebuilt and ended in 1965. Since 1976, it has been consecrated to Joan of Arc.

THE FLORAL PARK OF LA SOURCE

Floral Park
Credit : http://lyc-charles-peguy-orleans.tice.ac-orleans-tours.fr/

Located in the South of Orléans, the Floral Park of La Source holds its name from the river that takes its source there. The Abime and the Bouillon, its two main resurgences, form a remarkable hydro-geological phenomenon at the heart of this preserved site. Surprising in every season, the Floral Park of La Source is a true place of relaxation! Bulbs, iris, dahlias, roses, prairies, perennial plants, fuchsias, admirable trees, flowerbeds and other thematic gardens (rockery, vegetable garden, etc.) will please you. There is also a zoological park, in which more than 350 animals live: Chilean flamingoes, exotic birds, ducks, mammal and tropical butterflies. To complete the visit, it is possible to enjoy the small train, play mini-golf or rent a pedal car.

Avenue du Parc Floral
45100 - ORLEANS
Phone: 02 38 49 30 00
Mail address : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Orléans' specialities

SWEETS AND CHOCOLATE

As soon as Louis XI's reign, the Cotignac made Orléans famous. Celebrated by Rabelais, this cooked quince gelatine jam, moulded in small boxes made of spruce wood, is given to every famous person passing by. As a result of sugar and cacao imports, the sweet and chocolate industries grew in the end of the 18th century. During the next century, Saintoin's firm delivered chocolates, liqueurs and other sweets in the whole France. At the same time, Auvray's firm received international distinctions and sold products in more than 20 French departments.

VINEGAR AND MUSTARD

Vinegar production in Orléans is linked to wine production. Vinegar was produced in barrels in which wine was mixed with already constituted vinegar – the bacteria’s multiplication to the contact of air turned the wine into vinegar. Vinegar manufacturing and trade began in the 14th century in Orléans and were at their height in the 18th century. The city also was place where mustard was produced, as vinegar is one of its main ingredients. Today, there is only one vinegar and mustard maker left in Orléans: The Dessaux Company.

HORTICULTURE AND "SAINT-FIACRE" DAY

Subject to floods, the left side of the Loire is little urbanized until the end of the 18th century. It is a location favourable to vines, orchards and nurseries, of which reputation are bigger than the city itself. The Saint-Fiacre corporation, created in 1806, celebrates its patron saint every year in the end of August. The district is decorated with flowers, fruits and vegetable at that time. This event often gives birth to the naming of a new rose variety.

CELEBRATION OF JOAN OF ARC AND LOIRE FESTIVAL

Celebration of Joan Of Arc
Credit : © Maxppp - Pascal PROUST

Two events allow Orléans' inhabitants to rediscover the history of their city. Each year with almost no interruption since 1429, Orléans celebrates Joan of Arc during the "Fêtes Johanniques". This event recounts each step of her stay in Orléans, from her arrival on the 29th of April to the ending of the British siege on the 8th of May. Another major event in Orléans is the "Loire Festival" created in 2003, driven by the City Hall in order to allow the inhabitants to take possession of the Loire again. Orléans' embankments thus welcome the biggest European gathering of the river navy in September, every other year.

Ships Parade
Credit : http://www.my-loire-valley.com/

 

And Also...

Near Orléans

The cities of Blois Bourges, Chinon, Loches, Tours and Vendôme benefit from the designation "City of Art and History". The Pays de la Touraine, Loire Val d'Aubois and the Valley of the Cher and of the Romorantinais also benefit from the designation 'Country of Art and History'.

Information and reservations at Orléans City Hall, Tourism, Event and Territory Promotion Department, City of Art and History Services – Place de l'Étape 45000 ORLÉANS – phone: 02 38 68 31 22
Mail address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Web site : www.orleans-agglo.fr

The Loire by bike is a unique experience full of discoveries and emotions!

La Loire à Vélo

The Loire by Bike, it is:

- 800 km of marked up and secured itineraries
- 2 crossed regions (Centre and Pays de Loire)
- 6 French Departments (Cher, Loiret, Loir-et-Cher, Indre-et-Loire, Maine-et-Loire, Loire-Atlantique)
- 1 Regional Natural Park (‘Loire-Anjou-Touraine')
- 14 bike renters and repairers along the route
- 150 accommodations ‘Bike reception'
- 280 km listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List

La Loire à Vélo

All along the Loire by bike itinerary, the Loire’s landscapes are an invitation to escape and to discovery. The Loire gives you, for a ride’s length, the keys for 2000 years of history.

La Loire à Vélo
Credit : http://www.loireavelo.fr

La Loire à Vélo
Credit : © David Darrault http://www.touraineloirevalley.com

On the route, cycle paths alternate with small roads not much used. For your comfort and security, the itinerary is marked up in both directions. Follow the signs!

La Loire à Vélo

More than a route, the Loire by bike also offers receptions and services adapted to bike riders.

- A network of accommodations 'Bike Reception':
Some accommodations open their door to riding tourists and prepare them a privileged reception: adapted breakfast, closed space for bikes, repairs tools and many other services.

- Bike renters and repairers:
All along the route, professional bike renters and repairers engaged themselves to propose material, tools and services adapted to bike riders (quality bikes, professional advice, mending and repairing services, bike transport, documentation, weather forecast, etc.).

La Loire à Vélo
Credit : http://www.loireavelo.fr

Find all these professionals on the website "La Loire à Vélo" : www.loireavelo.fr

 

The Loiret

The architectural heritage

The History of France and the one of the King's Valley have strongly marked the Loiret’s territory.

Beautiful stories will be told, full of castle life: from the Middle-Age defensive fortresses of Sully-sur-Loire, registered as Major Site of the Valley of the Loire, from Saint-Brisson-sur-Loire and from Yèvre-le-Châtel, to the romantic dwellings of the constructions of the 17th and 18th centuries' Castles of La Ferté-Saint-Aubin and la Bussière, via Renaissance Castles like Chamerolles and its Fragrance Museum, Meung-sur-Loire or Gien, for example.

Sully sur Loire
Credit : http://www.my-loire-valley.com/

Strong of a historical and cultural heritage, the Loiret is full of charm and character. The artistic and historical heritage of the Loiret can be seen on the cities’ and of the villages’ stones.

Meung sur Loire
Credit : © château de Meung – Tourisme et Loiret

Discover the majesty and the variety of the religious heritage in the Loiret: the famous Cathedral Sainte-Croix of Orléans, the Basilica of Cléry-Saint-André where Louis XI is buried, the Abbey of Saint Benoit-sur-Loire which is a masterpiece of Roman art or the Carolingian Oratory of Germigny-des-Prés, the Royal Abbey of Ferrière-en-Gâtinais… are fascinating thanks to their architectural prowess.

Fleury Abbey
Credit : http://www.baladesetpatrimoine.com/

A Land of water

Front door of the Valley of the Loire, one of the UNESCO-inscribed sites, the Department of Loiret stretches its vast area of plains and forests along the last European long big wild river.

Canoê on the Loire
Credit : Jean-Christophe Coutand, ADT Touraine

Natural corridor, the Loire will guide you to discover one of the extremities of the biggest French site registered on the Humanity World Heritage List between Sully-sur-Loire in the Loiret and Chalonnes-sur-Loire in the Maine-et-Loire.

Islands
Credit : J.F. Hellio et N. Van-Ingen http://www.my-loire-valley.com/

From its twists and turns surrounded by alluvial forests to the bronze sand of its bare sandbanks, from its preserved islands to its historical embankments, the Loire designs the landscapes and has, for centuries, given rhythm to the life of the cities and villages it crosses. Sometimes peaceful and indolent, sometimes frisky and turbulent, its shining waters reflect the illuminated sunsets.

It has an aquatic dimension that is truly endearing with its fauna, flora and its bucolic atmosphere to be discovered wandering along the canals of Orléans: the Canal du Loing and the Canal de Briare longing the Loire. As many natural scenes that get animated during summer days, especially with the events organised on the embankments, such as the Festival of the Loire.

Gabarres
Credit : Philippe DELEPINE https://www.clubcampings.com/

General information

Entries for athletes, team officials, extra service orders and accreditation will be managed in IOF Eventor.
The entry forms will be found on the event page of the « Event in IOF Eventor ».
All entries for athletes and team officials are done by the National Team Manager.
VIP and media do their own entries on Eventor or by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
All people that will enter an IOF event need an IOF Eventor account. The account can be created on the main page of IOF Eventor by the person himself.
Eventor : http://eventor.orienteering.org/

 

Important dates are the following :

Entry deadlinesEntry information

by February 28th, 2017

Preliminary entries :

- Team size entry information

  • National team manager name
  • Number of competitors in each competition
  • Number of team officials
  • Number of relay teams

- Service

  • Category of accommodation

by May 29th, 2017

Final entries :

- Team size entry information

  • National team manager name
  • Number of competitors in each competition
  • Number of team officials
  • Number of relay teams

- Service

  • Category of accommodation

by July 19th, 2017

Name entries :

- Team size entry information

  • Change team members name entry
  • Give name of individuals (athletes and team officials)

- Service

  • Accommodation
  • SI-Card rental
  • Transportation package
  • Lunch box

by July 29th, 2017

Name entries :

- Team members name entry

  • Changed names
Event start date July 29th, 2017
First competition date July 30th, 2017

 

Entry fees

Full payment for entry fees by June 16th, 2017 !

World cup & EMTBOC

Accreditation fees (all participants : competitors and team officials, others) 80€ /person
Model event 15€ /person
Sprint relay 90€ /team
Sprint distance 45€ /person
Middle distance 50€ /person
Long distance 60€ /person
Relay 135€ /team
Lunch box (from Saturday 29th July to Saturday 5th August, including rest day) 7,5€ /person /day
Banquet (dinner) 30€ /person

EJMTBOC & EYMTBOC

Accreditation fees (all participants : competitors and team officials, others) 60€ /person
Model event 15€ /person
Unofficial sprint relay 70€ /team
Sprint distance 35€ /person
Middle distance 40€ /person
Long distance 50€ /person
Relay 100€ /team
Lunch box (from Saturday 29th July to Saturday 5th August, including rest day) 7,5€ /person /day
Banquet (dinner) 30€ /person

WMMBTOC

  By March 1st, 2017 By June 1st, 2017
Accreditation fees (all participants : competitors and team officials, others) 60€ /person 70€ /person
Model event 15€ /person 20€ /person
Sprint relay 90€ /team 100€ /team
Sprint distance 25€ /person 30€ /person
Middle distance 35€ /person 40€ /person
Long distance 40€ /person 45€ /person
Relay 110€ /team 120€ /team
Lunch box (from Saturday 29th July to Saturday 5th August, including rest day) 7,5€ /person /day
7,5€ /person /day
Party (dinner) 30€ /person 35€ /person

To participate in the WMMBTOC, you must :
- Hold either an annual competition license issued by the French orienteering Federation of, or a UNSS school license. No other sport license will be accepted ;
- Or for non-licencees, hold a medical certificate of non-contra-indication to the pratice of the competition in orienteering), not older than one year (photocopies accepted). Your medical certificate will grant you a Pass’Orientation issue. Download medical certificate template if you don't already have one.

 

Media fees

Media accreditation is free. To request your accreditation or for any other media information, please contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Meals (extra cost)

Organization proposes lunch boxes (from Saturday July 29th to Saturday August 5th, including Rest Day) for 7.50€ /pers/day. Lunch boxes to be ordered till July 7th, payment before July 10th.

 

Account details for payments

All payments are to be made to the COCICOVTT 2017 organizer, as follows (all charges are paid by sender) :

Bank name : Crédit Agricole Centre Loire
BIC/SWIFT : AGRIFRPP848
IBAN : FR76 1480 6000 4172 0134 5165 742

Beneficiary name and address :
Assoc. COCICOVTT 2017
Chez M. Franck Reinen
1 impasse Jacques Pelletier
45140 Ormes

 

Full payment for entry fees by June 16th, 2017 !

Full payment for all services (lunch box, banquet) by July 10th, 2017.

 

 

 
 
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