CoursesThese are guideline straight-line distances. Depending on
your route between controls, you will run approximately 30%-50% further.
Distances are subject to change until after planning and controlling is complete.
|1||Men's Open||8.5km||50 minutes||1000-1300||Far|
|2||Women's Open||7km||50 minutes||1000-1300||Far|
|3||Men's Vets (M40+)||7km||50 minutes||1000-1300||Far|
|4||Women's Vets (W40+)||5.5km||40 minutes||1000-1300||Far|
|5||Men's Super-Vets (M55+)||5.5km||40 minutes||1000-1300||Far|
|6||Women's Super-Vets (W55+)||4km||35 minutes||1030-1230||Near|
|7||Juniors (M/W16-) **||4km||25 minutes||1030-1230||Near|
|8||Children (M/W12-) *||2km||20 minutes||1030-1230 (free)||Near|
Participants should be aware that courses 1-6 and 9 cross
busy roads which will not be closed to traffic.
Entry on-the-day will also be available at late entry rates.
£13 unaffiliated, £11 affiliated***, £6 junior/students, + £1 for SI hire
We cannot guarantee map availability for all courses.
You may need to wait a considerable time to start as some courses are very full.
* Technically easier course.
** People who will be under 16 on the day of competition must enter only courses 7 or 8.
People who will be aged 16 on the day of competition and still aged 16 on 31 December 2010
may enter either course 7 or the open courses.
*** Affiliated adults are National-level members of British Orienteering,
local-level members of British Orienteering in SE England, or overseas entrants.