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All you need to know

from A to Z

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2 PROGRAMME O-RINGEN SÄLEN 2016

PROGRAMME O-RINGEN SÄLEN 2016

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Welcome to O-Ringen Sälen

Competition Programme – Ceremonies – Activities

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Opening hours at the O-Ringen Square

Wednesday

20 july

Thursday

21 july

Friday

22 july

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Saturday

23 july

Sunday

24 july

O-Ringen Sälen 2016 Programme

2 Welcome to Sälen

2 O-Ringen Square

3 Competition programme

Ceremonys, Activities

4 A boost for O-Ringen

4 O-Ringen A-Z

6 Travel during O-Ringen

8 Bus stops

10 Training race and maps

10 AXA youth relay

10 O-Ringen Challenge

11 O-Ringen Open

11 Elite information

Monday

25 july

Tuesday

26 july

Wednesday

27 july

11 Elite Sprint

12 O-Ringen MtbO

14 Miniknat / String course

14 Orienteering school

14 Childcare

14 O-Ringen PreO

15 Stage 1 - Malung-Sälen Stage

16 Stage 2 - Visit Dalarna Stage

17 Stage 3 - Taste of Dalarna Stage

18 Stage 4 - Biking Dalarna Stage

19 Stage 5 - SJ Stage

20 Competition information

22 Competition data

Thursday

28 july

Competition office 12–21 9–21 9–21 9–21 9–21 9–21 9–21 9–21 9–21 9–21 9–12

Number bibs* 12–21 9–21 9–21 9–21

Market street 10–21 10–21 15–21 15–21 15–21 10–21 9–21 9–17

Aktivity square 10–21 10–21 15–21 15–21 15–21 10–21 15–21 15–18

Radio O-Ringen 12–21 9–21 6.30–21 6.30–21 6.30–21 9–21 6.30–21 6.30–18

Team Sportia 10–21 10–21 12–21 12–21 12–21 10–21 12–21 12–18 8–12

Dalamassage 12–18 14–20 14–20 14–20 10–20 14–20 7.30-16

Folksam laundry 10–20 10–20 10–20 10–20 10–20 10–20 10–20

Turist information 10–21 10–21 15–21 15–21 15–21 10–21 9–21 9–17

*Number bibs

Runners can collect their race envelopes individually

from the competition office next to

the O-Ringen Square. These contain number

bibs and any preordered services as well as

a participant bag. After 21.00 on Saturday 23

July, you can collect race envelopes at the

competition office at the arena.

O-Ringen MtbO competitors can collect

their race envelope at the competition office

next to the O‐Ringen Square until 21.00 on

Sunday 24 July. After this, you can collect race

envelopes at Arena Rörbäcksnäs.

O-Ringen 2-days competitors can collect

their race envelope at the competition office

next to the O‐Ringen Square until 21.00 on

Wednesday 27 July. Onsdag 27 july kl. 21.00.

After this, you can collect race envelopes at

the competition office at Arena Lindvallen.

1. House of Dalarna & Visit Dalarna

2. Soft

3. Team Sportia

4. Dala Massageteam

5. Alityd

6. Remmar

7. LO-ABF

8. O-Ringen 2019

9. O-Ringen 2018

10. O-Ringen 2017

11. Radio O-Ringen

12. Folksam

13. Centerpartiet

14. Dalakraft

15. Main stage

16. CCS

17. Memira

18. Autoform

19. PWT

20. Orienteering biathlon

21. Tough race

22. Sia Glass

23. TBE vaccination

24. Bagheera labyrinth

25. Competition office

26. Bib collection

27. Visit Värmland

28. Arla

29. Suzuki

30. Honda

31. Bilmetro

32. Entré O-Ringen Square

Friday

29 july

Satyrday

30 july

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Friday 22 july

13.00-15.00 O-Ringen Training race MtbO

16.00-19.00 O-Ringen Training race Orienteering

Saturday 23 July

14.00 O-Ringen golf, doubble competition, Sälenfjällens golf club

17.00 Opening ceremony for O-Ringen 2016 in Sälen, Arena Lindvallen

18.00 AXA Youth relay, Arena Lindvallen

Sunday 24 July

08.15 Stage opening, Arena Högfjällshotellet

08.30 OL Day 1 Malung-Sälen Stage. Long distance, Arena Högfjällshotellet

14.00 Bagheera labyrinth, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

17.15 Valle’s Afterski, Main Stage, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

17.30 Entertainment, Main Stage, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

Malung Sälen provide entertainment, with Johan Eriksson plays music

by Ted Gärdestad

18.00 PreO Day 1, Arena Hundfjället (prize giving ceremony on Monday)

18.00 Prize giving ceremony Day 1, Lindvallen Square

Monday 25 july

08.15 Stage opening, Arena Högfjällshotellet

08.30 OL Day 2 Visit Dalarna Stage. Long distance, Arena Högfjällshotellet

10.00 PreO Day 2, Arena Hundfjället

13.00 MtbO Day 1, Arena Rörbäcksnäs

14.00 Bagheera labyrinth, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

17.00 Valle’s Afterski, Main Stage, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

17.15 Visit Dalarna with Bagheera Fashion show and presentation of the

Swedish WOC team with activities and autographs on the Main Stage,

O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

18.00 Prize giving ceremony for Day 2 (incl. PreO Day 1), O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

Tuesday 26 July

08.15 Stage opening, Arena Högfjällshotellet

08.30 OL Day 3 Taste of Dalarna Stage. Middle distance, Arena Högfjällshotellet

10.00 PreO Day 3, Arena Lindvallen, ”The Snowman”

13.00 MtbO Day 2, Arena Rörbäcksnäs

14.00 Bagheera labyrinth, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

17.15 Valle’s Afterski, Main Stage, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

17.30 Taste of Dalarna provides entertainment,”Gatuljud (Street Sounds)”

On the Main Stage, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

18.00 Prize giving ceremony for Day 3, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

19.15 DH21 Elite Sprint, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

Wednesday 27 July – Activity Day

08.00 O-Ringen golf, single competition, Sälenfjällens golf club

10.00 PreO Come and try it, Arena Lindvallen

10.00 MtbO Day 3, Arena Rörbäcksnäs

Prize giving ceremony for MtbO overall winners will take place on Day 3 at Arena

Rörbäcksnäs, once the competition has finished

10.00 Orienteering biathlon: Sprint, start group 1. Group 2-4 start at 11:00, 12:00, 13:00,

and 14:00

14.00 Bagheera labyrinth, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

17.00 Valles afterski, Main Stage, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

17.15 SKIGO Supersprint on rollerskis, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

18.00 Star of Dalarna (talent competition) in cooperation with House of Dalarna.

Main Stage O-Ringen square Lindvallen

Thursday 28 July

08.15 Stage opening, Arena Lindvallen

08.30 OL Stage 4 Biking Dalarna Stage. Long distance, Arena Lindvallen

11.00 Meet Valle the Snowman at the String Course at Arena Lindvallen

14.00 Bagheera labyrinth, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

15.30 Valle’s Afterski, House of Dalarna

10.00 PreO Day 4, Arena Lindvallen

17.15 Valle’s Afterski, Main Stage, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

17.30 Entertainment with Biking Dalarna, Ludvika minicircus Young Star Show,

Main Stage, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

18.00 Prize giving ceremony for Day 4, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

Friday 29 July

08.15 Stage opening, Arena Lindvallen

08.30 Stage 5 SJ Stage. Long distance, Arena Lindvallen

10.00 PreO Day 5, Arena Lindvallen

15.30 Entertainment on the Main Stage, O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

16.00 We welcome overall winners at O-Ringen 2016 in Sälen to the prize giving

ceremony at O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen

18.30-20.30 Disco, 13 years and under, Värdshuset at Gustavsbacken

21.00-24.00 Disco 14-17 years, Värdshuset at Gustavsbacken

21.00-02.00 O-Ringen Party for 18 years+ at Tandådalen Östra, including fun and street food.

Tickets for the O-Ringen Party are available on Eventor and at the Competition

Office.

Ludvika minicirkus Young Star Show will perform during thursday at the main stage.

Award ceremony

Flower Ceremonies take at the arenas for 1-4 for DH21E.

Award ceremony for stage winners on stage 1-4 in each class takes place at the main stage at

the O-Ringen Square Lindvallen every night. Gather before in group as below by the tent standing

in connection to the stage. The times in parentheses are Friday. DH21E have Friday’s ceremony

out on the arena.

At Friday’s ceremony, at 16, we pay tribute to overall winners as well as 2nd and 3rd place in the

following classes, other prices picked up at the McDonald building on Friday about two hours after

each class winner crossed the finish, see the notice on the scoreboard at the O-Ringen Square,

Lindvallen It is also possible to pick up prizes on saturday 30/7 09.00-12.00.

Group 1 - gathering by the tent at the scene at 17:40 (Friday at 15:40)

OL: DH10-16, DH18-21Elit

2-Days: Easy 3,5km, Middle 4km, Difficult 5km, Women 5km, Men 7km (Etapp 4+5)

PreO: Pre-Elit

Group 2 – to meet at 18.00 (Friday 16.00)

OL: DH17-20K, DH18, DH20, DH21, DH21K, DH35K, DH40K, DH45K, DH50K, DH55K, DH60K,

DH65K, DH70K, Challenge DH5km, DH10km

PreO: Pre-A, B

Group 3 – to meet at 18.20 (Friday 16.20)

OL: DH35-95

MtbO: DH12, 14, 16, 20, 21, 40, 50, 60, 70 (Stage 3 at the Arena in Rörbäcksnäs)

PreO

The winners from Phase 1 have their awards during Stage 2 (due to late starts).

MtbO

The award ceremony for the overall winners takes place in direct connection with the

completion of races Stage 3 in Rörbäcksnäs.

Inskolning

All prizes for all at the finish each day.

U-classes and Motion classes have no stage prizes only lottery of prices last day among those

completing, see the notice on the scoreboard at the O-Ringen Square, Lindvallen.

Make your own page and follow your friends, team mates and competitors

results in O-Ringen via your computer or mobile device.

oringenonline.com


4 PROGRAMME O-RINGEN SÄLEN 2016

PROGRAMME O-RINGEN SÄLEN 2016

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A boost for O-Ringen!

It’s time, at last!

After several years of preparation, O-Ringen

is returning to Dalarna and the mountains of

Sälen. Dreams - as in dream orienteering, dream

accommodation, dream terrain – are flowing

right through the 52nd edition of the event and

this is the 6th time Dalarna is organising.

Dream team 2016 – a reception with

heart

O-Ringen is organized each year thanks to

voluntary sports clubs. The work to host an

O-Ringen goes on for days, months and years,

engaging many different people, who together

form a fascinating team. The organizing

team in 2016 consists of 17 different clubs

from across nearly all of Dalarna. These clubs

span 330 km from north to south, what a challenge!

The fact alone that so many clubs want

to work together towards a joint goal, Dream

O-Ringen A-Z

Address

O-Ringen 2016, Sälen

E-mail: info@oringen.se

Arrival

O-Ringen Square is located at Lindvallen, next

to Experium. Signed from RV 66. When you arrive

at O-Ringen, please follow the instructions

of parking officials.

AXA Youth Relay

The AXA Youth Relay will be at O-Ringen

Square at Lindvallen and starts at 18:00 after

the opening ceremony.

Bussing

Each arena is accessed by bus. Please see p34.

No buses operate in the evening.

Bus tickets

No bus tickets required, bus fares are included

in your entry fee and accompanying passengers

travel free.

In as far as possible, buses travel to a timetable

with five buses in each convoy. The preliminary

interval between each convoy is 5-10 minutes.

The last bus in each convoy is animal-free

and will be accessible for pushchairs and

wheelchairs. These buses will have a low floor

and bags must be taken on the bus. In other

buses, luggage can be placed in separate storage

compartments.

Assistants will be available to help with organisation,

pushchairs, loading etc.

Bus parking (club buses)

Information is available at the competition office

O-Ringen, is positive for the development of

orienteering and future events in the area.

The entire O-Ringen team for 2016 is overjoyed

that so many people want to come and

experience this fantastic festival with us. There

will definitely be one new record, for mountain

orienteering at an O-Ringen event, when

4 Days will be held mostly on open mountain

terrain. In other words, everything is set up for

an experience beyond the ordinary. Now it’s

up to us organizers to do everything we can

to ensure your visit to Sälen, Dalarna is unforgettable.

Take the bus – easier for us

In order to give you, the participants, the best

terrain Sälen can offer, we have two arenas,

Högfjällshotellet and Lindvallen. Our challenge

is the transport.

WE might as well to say it at once, without

at O-Ringen Square. Club buses over 3.5 tonnes

park ing special parking places. There will be no

separate signing for club buses.

Cafe

At the main arenas there will be several kiosks

and at O-Ringen Square there will be cafes

such as Wayne’s Coffee.

Camping

Camping is supplied by O-Ringen at Kläppen

and Tandådalen. For questions regarding operation

and maintenance, please contact the

camping offices.

Campervans

Pitches/day parking for campervans is at the

bus stop “Kläppen” only. Signed from RV 66 in

Kläppen.

You travel buy bus from there. Campervans

are not permitted at ordinary car parks.

Childcare

On each day there will be childcare for children

aged 3-8 between 7:00 and 16:00. Register

via Eventor or at the competition centre

at O-Ringen Square. Price per day is 130 SEK,

which can be paid at the competition office at

the arena or any kiosk at the arena.

Church

Tandådalen and Sälen’s mountain churches

are open 10:00-17:0. Tandådalen church sells

coffee and bread and Sälen church has simple

catering.

• Tuesday 26/7 Service at Tandådalen mountain

church 19:00

mincing words. It’s very important that you follow

instructions for traffic and buses, leave the

car and take the bus, otherwise it will be congested

and there will be a long way to walk.

This year’s O-Ringen will attract more participants

than it has for many years. So there will

be much more pressure than usual on the few

roads in the Sälen area. Furthermore, there is

no parking available for Days 1-3, and very limited

parking on Days 4-5. From a road safety

perspective we also advise against walking,

cycling or roller skiing on RV 66, the mountain

road between Sälen and Hundfjället, during

O-Ringen week.

The trend continues – the records

are within reach

At the time of writing, I can say that there are

more entries than for many years and it’s predicted

that this year’s event could be just as

big if not bigger than the last time O-Ringen

came to Sälen, in 2008. We’ve seen once again

that a ”comfortable” O-Ringen with accommodation

in huts and hotels combined with

mountain orienteering is popular with orienteers.

Personally, I’m immensely glad about the

interest in Sälen but I’m just as glad about the

great interest for Swedish orienteering in general.

It’s extremely pleasing that we, Dalarna,

can go ahead and lead the way and maybe,

maybe, maybe beat the record from 1985.

Experience Dalarna – the activity

day is time for activities or explore

new attractions

Did you know that Dalarna is Sweden’s fourth

largest tourist area and northern Europe’s

• Wednesday 27/7 Concert in Sälen 19:00

• Thursday 28/7 Concert at Tandådalen

mountain church

• Friday 29/7 Concert in Sälen mountain

church

Come and try PreO

Between 10:00 and 12:00 on the activity day

on 27 July, you can come and try PreO at the

Day 2 arena at Hundfjället, using the Day 2

courses. Open for all and free of charge.

Competition Office

At O-Ringen Square and at each arena. Help

with registration, changes and other things

affecting your competitions. Sales of training

maps, bus tickets, party tickets etc. You can

also find general information about O-Ringen,

interpretation and lost property here.

Opening times Competition office

O-Ringen Square

Wednesday 20 July 12:00-21:00

Thursday 21 July 09:00-21:00

Friday 22 July 09:00-21:00

Saturday 23 July 09:00-21:00

Sunday 24 July 09:00-21:00

Monday 25 July 09:00-21:00

Tuesday 26 July 09:00-21:00

Wednesday 27 July 09:00-21:00

Thursday 28 July 09:00-21:00

Friday 29 July 9:00-12:00

Cycling and cycle parking

Parking for bikes is adjacent to the arenas, at

O-Ringen Square and at the bus stops. Cycling

in O-Ringen Square is not permitted. For road

biggest winter destination. Here you can go

to concerts, lie on a sandy beach or walk in

the mountains – there are so many possibilities!

Why not take the chance to experience

Dalarna culture by visiting World Heritage Sites

and artists’ homes, going to art exhibitions and

looking round forges and potteries, buy traditional

craftwork and new design. One tip is to

drop by O-Ringen Square and get inspired in

the ”Dalamontern”. The large range of attractions,

activities and sights to see means that

there’s something for everyone.

A big thank you – to everyone who

has made this event possible

Without our partners and landowners, it would

never have been possible to organize O-Ringen.

We are very thankful and happy that you

want to be present and work with O-Ringen

2016 in Sälen. I’d like to give a special thanks

to Malung Sälen Municipality, whose support

ensured that the event would be possible and

to Skistar Sälen, whose lease of buildings and

land has enabled the best possible conditions

for the event.

Finally, we wish you all a very warm welcome

to Sälen and good luck in the forest.

JIMMY BIRKLIN

safety reasons cycling on certain parts of RV 66

is not permitted. Please use the sections of cycle

route suggested. See p34 for more details.

Elite Sprint

Day 3 for HD21E, Tuesday 25 July. Satrt and finish

at O-Ringen Square, Lindvallen. First start

19:15.

Entertainment, events

Please see the summary elsewhere in this programme.

Environment

O-Ringen is an environmentally certified event

and it is important that competitors contribute

to protecting the environment by:

• Using public transport and cycling wherever

possible

• Using water and electricity sparingly

• Using the apropriate waste disposal at the

“Håll Sverige Ren” stations. Recycle cans and

plastics.

• Buy organic, locally produced and environmentally

certified food wherever possible

• Use environmentally friendly soap, shampoo/conditioner

and washing up liquid.

Please use the available soap each day at

the arenas!

• Pick up your litter, and other people’s, espeically

in your club’s area of the arena/huts/

camping when you leave it.

• Please respect taped off areas in the terrain

both before, durin and after you compete.

• Act as an ambassador for the environmentally

friednly orienteering movement by adhering

to the points above!

• Thank you for your help in contributing to

an environmentally sustainable O-Ringen.

Fires and barbecues

For safety reaons, barbecues are permitted

only at designated areas. Please dispose of

ashes in the designated container.

Fire and rescue services

Please familiarize yourself with your area, take

not of where the nearest fire extinguisher is

and make sre you know how to ue it. Instructions

are found at each extinguisher. In case of

emergency, please ring 112.

Flyers

Advertising materials for forthcoming races

and personal messages to other competitors

may be displayed in the designated area of

the exhibition/competition centre. Other flyering

and distribution of advertisements is not

permitted at the competition by anyone other

than O-Ringen.

Gasol

You can exchange Gasol at ICA Lindvallen.

Groceries

O-Ringen’s official supermarket is ICA Lindvallen.

Hittaut.nu

There will be a special hittaut class. Read more

under “O-Ringen Open”.

Jubilee medals

Competitors completing their 10th, 20th, 30th

or 40th O-Ringen can order a jubilee medal.

Those receiving a 30th or 40th O-Ringen jubilee

medal who would like to take part, can

participate in an official ceremony at Thursday’s

prize giving ceremony. Please come to

the tent by the stage 15 minutes before the

prize giving ceremony. Other medals can be

collected at the competition office at O-Ringen

Square or delived by post. Payment is

made via invoice.

Kiosks

Well-stocked kiosks are available at the arenas,

where you can buy food, ice cream, fruit,

sweets etc.

Labyrinth/Maze

The Bagheera labyrinth at O-Ringen Square is

new for 2016. Those aged 16 and under can

compete each day from 14:00-16:00 and there

will be a final broadcast live on Radio O-Ringen

from 16:00-17:00.

Lost & Found

Found items can be left at Open registration

at each arena and at the competition office at

O-Ringen Square. After each day, the items will

be sent to the competition centre at O-Ringen

Square.

Massage

Dala massage team will be at the main arenas

on all competition days from 7:30-16:00.

Massage will be available at O-Ringen Square:

Saturday 23 July 12:00-18:00, Wednesday 27

July 10:00-20:00, and Sunday, Monday, Tuesday

and Thursday 14:00-20:00. Sports massage,

injury treatment and rehabilitation.

Media

There are media work stations all week at

O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen, at Skilodge. On

each day there will be an area finish tent with

work stations for the media.

MtbO

Please see separate page in the programme.

Market street

O-Ringen market street is at O-Ringen Square

in Lindvallen.

Opening hours:

Friday 10-21

Saturday 10-21

Sunday 15-21

Monday 15-21

Tuesday 15-21

Wednesday 10-21

Thursday 9-21

Friday 9-17

Medical care

Please ring 112 in cases of acute injuries and

illnesses. There is first aid at the finish and in

the forest, as shown on the map. Please ring

1177 for advice, lines open 24/7. There is

amedical centre in Sälen, which is open Friday

and Saturday 8:00-19:00.

Opening ceremony

The opening ceremony will be on 23 July at

16:00 at Lindvallen. Please come in good time

as parking is limited in the area.

Orienteering School

Free of charge and available at the arenas at

Högfjällshotellet and Lindvallen. Please see

separate page in this programme.

O-Ringen Golf

O-Ringen Golf is at Sälen golf club on Saturday

and Wednesday.

• Saturday 23 July, pairs competition, 18

holes. Shutgun start 14:00.

• Wednesday 27 July, individual competition,

18 holes. Shutgun start 8:00.

• Register at www.golf.se

O-Ringen Open

Rgeistration for O-Ringen Open can be made

at the competition office at O-Ringen Square

and at each arena. Look for the Open signs. No

prizes. Also availble at MtbO and PreO arenas

- please see the respective pages in this programme.

Out of bounds areas

All private land and additional areas marked

on the map are out of bounds, whether or not

they are taped in the terrain. Please respect

these and other taped-off areas both before,

during and after you compete.

Parking

Free parking is available at all bus stops. There

is no parking for Days 1-3 at Högfjällshotellet

- everyone must go to their nearest bus

stop and we recommend the bus to avoid

long walks to the arena. You may only park for

O-Ringen Square in designated locations, as

indtructed by parking officials. Please see p8

for more information.

Payment methods

Visa and Mastercard accepted. Most locations

accept Swish via mobile phone. Traveller’s

cheques not accepted. Currency: SEK

Police

Telephone 114 14. In emergencies, please ring

112.

Prize giving ceremonies

INDUCTION CLASSES

In the Induction classes, all competitors receive

a prize at the finish on each day.

OPEN CLASSES 1-12 AND MOTION CLASSES

No prizes. For these classes, there is a prize lottery

drawn each the last day between those

who have completed their course on every day.

OTHER CLASSES, Days 1-4

The winners on Days 1-4 receive prizes at the

prize giving ceremony at O-Ringen Square

each evening. Prize winners assemble in

groups by the stage - please see separate article

in this programme.

OTHER CLASSES, Day 5

IN HD21E, the first 10 in each class, in HD18E

and HD20E, the first 6, and in other classes just

the overall winner receive a prize onstage at

O-Ringen Square, upon showing their race

number. The number of prize winner in each

class and U-class is displayed on te results

board and online at oringen.se. These prizes

can be collected 16:00-19:00 on Friday upon

showing your race number. Uncollected prizes

are returned to the organiser.

Race numbers

Competitors collect their race envelopes individually

from the competition office at O-Ringen

Square. These contain their race number

and any additional services ordered, as well as

a participant bag. After 21:00 on 23 July, the

envelopes can be colelcted at the competition

office at the Day 1 arena.

MtbO competitors can collect their race envelopes

from the competition office at O-Ringen

Square until 21:00 on Sunday 24 July. After

this, they will be available at the arena at Rörbäcksnäs.

O-Ringen 2-Days competitors can

collect their envelope at the competiton office

at O-Ringen Square until 21:00 on Wednesday

27 July. After this, they will be available at the

competition office at the arena at Lindvallen.

Radio O-Ringen

Lindvallen 107.5 MHz

Stöten 92.9 MHz

A daily radio channel for O-Ringen with Per

Forsberg and others. Race commentary during

the competitions and studio broadcasts in the

early morning, afternoon and evening. Come

and look round the Radio O-Ringen studio at

O-Ringen Square!

Radaio O-Ringen is O-Ringen’s official channel

for sharing important and urgent information

about the event. Listen to keep updated!

Restaurants and Catering

There are many restaurants, kiosks and cafes at

O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen and at several

other places in Sälen.

There is a wide range of coffee, sandwiches,

hotdogs, hamburgers, wok, ice cream and

sweets available at the arena on each day.

Results

Arenas

Results are published on digital screens at the

arenas.

Final results for each day

All results are published after each competition

at oringen.se. On oringenonline.com you

can find start lists, live results, club results and

split times. Results are also published on papers

each evening at O-Ringen Square

Recycling

Please see “Waste”

Registration on the day

Please see O-Ringen Open

Road traffic

Very limited, you must take the bus, cycle or

walk to the arena. Please see separate page for

more details.

Showers

Available at the arenas at Högfjällshotellet,

Lindvallan and Rörbäcksnäs, as well as at the

campsite and camping huts. O-Ringen provides

environmentally friendly shampoo and

soap at the arenas. Please note! Only environmentally

friendly products may be used in the

showers.

String course

All days, 8:30-14:30. Prizes for all children taking

part. Registration and payment at the competition

office at O-Ringen Square and the Open

tent at the arena and at O-Ringen Square, plus

at all kiosks. Price: 60 SEK per day.

Swimming

Experium Waterpark at Lindvallen and Vattufjäll

at Stöten.

Sports shops

Team Sportia offer a wide range of spoting

goods at O-Ringen Square. Please see the advertisement

in this programme for offers and

opening hours.

SportIdent cards

It is extremely important for the organisers

that all competitors carry their own SI cards

and that the numbers correspond to those in

our registration system. You can change your

card number for a fee at the competition office

at O-Ringen Square or the arena, as soon

as you are aware that you need to. You can

hire SI cards here (70 SEK per day or 260 SEK

for the week). Hired SI cards must be returned

after the hire period, after downloading. Unreturned

hired SI cards are debited at 600 SEK

and are not usable at other competitions.

Start Lists

Full start lists are available at oringen.se and

oringenonline.com.

Split times

Every competitor receives printed split times

at the finish. Split times for each class can be

found at oringen.se and oringenonline.com

after each day of competition.

Toilets

Please see the maps of each arena and route

to the start.

Training race and training maps

For those wanting to arrive at the start prepared.

Please see the separate page in this

programme.

Tourist Information

Available at O-Ringen Square

Vaccinations

Vaccinate your family against TBE, after the last

day at the O-Ringen Square in Lindvallen.

Adults: 300 SEK

Children: 270 SEK

You can pay by card or with Swish. Please ring

070 611 3016 for more information.

Warm-up clothes

Warm-up clothes are not transported back

from the starts.

Waste

Waste disposal is by the “Håll Sverige Rent” signs.

Please follow the instructions displayed thre.


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Travel during O-Ringen Sälen

Overwiev

Grundforsen

Lv 311

Rv 66

Directions to parking start here

Directions to parking start here

Bus stop

Bike parking

Recommended cycling route

Cycling forbidden

Bus stop

Bike parking

Recommended cycling route

Cycling forbidden

MtbO

Etapp 1–3

PreO

Etapp 1–2

Högfjällshotellet

Lv 1047

OL

OL Etapp 4–5

Etapp 1–3 PreO

PreO Etapp 3

Etapp 4–5

Rv 66

Road closed 24/7

Road closed 24/7

Vasaloppsvägen

Hundfjället

Tandådalen

Hundfjället

Distances to each Arena

Arena Högfjällshotellet, Days 1-3

Bike parking: 600m (west), 900m (east)

No parking for cars

Line Route Time Bus stop-Arena

Blue line Hundfjället-Högfjällshotellet 15 min 600m

Blue line Tandådalen-Högfjällshotellet 15 min 600m

Orange line Lindvallen-Högfjällshotellet 10 min 300m

Green line Kläppen-Högfjällshotellet 30 min 300m

Tandådalen

Bus stop

Hundfjället/Tandådalen

Days 1-3

Directions

parking

days 4-5

Arena

Högfjällshotellet

Days 1–3

Steep climb!

Arena

Högfjällshotellet

Days 1–3

Disembark

Kläppen

Lindvallen

Days 1-3

Directions

parking

days 4-5

Bus stop

Högfjällshotellet

Days 1-3

Embark

Lindvallen

Days

Embark

1–5

EmbarkKläppen

Hundfjället

Days Tandådalen 1–3

Days 4–5

Steep climb!

Arena

Lindvallen

Days 4–5

Disembark

Etapp 4–5

Embark

Högfjällshotellet

Days 4–5

Pitches for

Embark campervans

KLÄPPEN

Kläppen

Days 4–5

Lindvallen

Bus stop

Högfjällshotellet

Days 1-3

Embark

Hundfjället

Road closed

29/7 Tandådalen

Days 4–5

Arena

Lindvallen

Days 4–5

Disembark

Etapp 4–5

Embark

Högfjällshotellet

Days 4–5

Embark

Kläppen

Days 4–5

Lindvallen

Road closed

29/7

To Kläppen

To Kläppen

Arena Lindvallen, Days 4-5

Bike parking: 200-400m

Car park: 500-3000m

Line Route Time Bus stop-Arena

Blue line Hundfjället–Lindvallen 25 min 1000 m

Blue line Tandådalen–Lindvallen 25 min 1000 m

Orange line Högfjällshotellet–Lindvallen 10 min 1000 m

Green line Kläppen–Lindvallen 20 min 1000 m

Questions and Answers

How do I get to the arenas?

Via bus transport. Transport to the arenas at

O-Ringen in Sälen uses 3 bus line: blue, orange

and green. All bus transport is included in registration

fees and accompanying passengers

travel free.

You can take the bus from the 5 bus stops

in Kläppen, Lindvallen (Days 1-3), Högfjällshotellet

(Days 4-5), Tandådalen and Hundfjället.

Choose the one that’s best for you, depending

on where you live or were you’re travelling

from! You can cycle, walk or drive to the bus

stop. Please adhere to the traffic instructions

on the overview map above, which state that

you may not cycle on most parts of RV 66.

Direct to the arena

You can cycle, walk or drive(Days 4-5 only) to

the arena. Please note that you cannot drive to

the arena at Högfjällshotellet (Days 1-3), where

parking is available only for those with municipal

parking permits. If you have a municipal

parking permit, please collect a special parking

ticket at the competition office.

When can I take the bus?

Buses travel from each bus stop from 6:45. The

last bus leaves the arena at around 16:15 each

day.

Bike parking

There is bike parking both at the bus stops

and at the arenas. Please see the map above.

Please remeber to use the recommended cycle

routes as shown on the map above.

Car parking

There are car parks at the bus stops and at

Arena Lindvallen. At Högfjällshotellet there is a

car park only at the bus stop for Days 4-5. This

means that you cannot drive to the arena on

Days 1-3, if you do not have a municipal parking

permit. The dustance from the car parks

to the bus stops/arena may vary depending

on how many people choose to travel by car.

Most people will walk 0-2km, but if there is

more traffic there could be a longer distance.

Please allow plenty of time!

Road closures

RV 66 is completely closed for vehicle traffic at

Högfjällshotellet on Sunday 24 July between

5:30 and 17:00.

Hjemfjällsvägen is completely close to vehicle

traffic between Lindvallen and the Hjemfjällsvägen/Transtrand

on Friday 29 July between

5:00 and 17:00.

Forbidden parking areas

You may not park on RV 66 between Sälen and

Hundfjället. Traffic wardens and polic will prevent

attempts to park here.

Campervans

Pitches for campervans with access to transport

to each arena are at the bus stop at Kläppen.

Please follow the instructions of parking

officials.

Road marshals

Road marshals will be on the roads to aid in

passing at critical locations. Please respect

them and follow their instructions. They are

there to optimize traffic flow and safety.

Do O-Ringen buses operate in the evening?

No, O-Ringen buses are only for competition

times (06:45-16:15). For bus transport to and

from O-Ringen Square at Lindvallen, please

see dalatrafiken.se.

Can I cycle along RV 66 if I live between

Högfjällshoteller and Tandådalen/Hundfjället?

No, cycling on RV 66 is not permitted between

Högfjällshotellet and Tandådalen. The road is

narrow and heavily used by buses and cars.

Cyclists and pedestrians may use the smaller

roads parallel to RV 66. Please see the overview

map for how to get to bus stops and arenas.

Can I cycle along RV 66 to get to the bus stops

at Högfjällshotellet and Lindvallen?

No, cycling on RV 66 between Högfjällshotellet

and Lindvallen is not permitted, with the

exception of the stretch between the Sälfjällstangen

junction and the bike parking at the

restaurant Appetito. Otherwise, cyclist and

pedestrians may use the smaller parallel roads.

Please see the overview map above.

Please consider the large height difference

on the recommended cycling route between

Lindvallen and Högfjällshotelet, ca 100m.

How can I get to the MtbO at Rörbäcksnäs?

There are no buses to the MtbO at Rörbäcksnäs.

You must use your own transport. Please

leave plenty of time if you need to use RV 66

to get to Rörbäcksnäs. Parking fees are included

in registration fees. It is around 30km from

Lindvallen to Rörbäcksnäs.

How can I get to the PreO arenas?

There are no buses to the PreO arenas. You

must use your own transport. Please leave

pleanty of time if you need to use RV 66 to get

to the arenas. Parking fees are included in registration

fees.

Start time distribution at O-Ringen

Number of starters

20 %

15 %

10 %

5 %

0 %

9,2 %

4,4 %

08.30

- 08.59

9,9 %

6,8 %

09.00

- 09.29

9,9 %

9,8 %

09.30

- 09.59

11,3 %

13,0 %

10.00

- 10.29

10,2 %

15,1 %

10.30

- 10.59

10,3 %

11.00

- 11.29

When do most people start?

Usually, most people start between 10:00 and

11:30. If you have an open start and would like

to minimize the risk of queues for buses and

cars, you can choose to start outside these

times and travel at quieter times.

15,8 %

10,0 %

13,8 %

11.30

- 11.59

10,2 %

10,8 %

12.00

- 12.29

9,9 %

6,6 %

12.30

- 12.59

8,8 %

3,2 %

13.00

- 13.29

Minute start

Free start time

Can I take the bus to the arena if I’m not going

to compete?

Yes, accompanying travellers can travel free on

the buses.


Bike parking

Recommended cycling route

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HUNDFJÄLLET

Cycling forbidden

HÖGFJÄLLSHOTELLET

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Road closed 24/7

Bus stops

TANDÅDALEN

LINDVALLEN

KLÄPPEN

Etapp 1–3 Etapp 4–5

HÖGFJÄLLSHOTELLET

HUNDFJÄLLET

HUNDFJÄLLET

9

TANDÅDALEN

TANDÅDALEN

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Högfjällshotellet stop

FOR THOSE LIVING AT:

Högfjällsbyarna, Högfjällsutsikten, Gammelgårdsområdet, Köarskärsfjället,

Norra Sälfjällstangen, Södra Sälfjällstangen, Gruvens Fäbod, Östra Färdkällan

Days 1-3:

• Everyone living nearby walks or cycles to Arena Högfjällshotellet.

There is no parking at Högfjällshotellet.

• If you drive, you will be directed to parking at Lindvallen or

Hundfjället. Most people will park 0-2km from the bus stops, but

maybe longer if there are many cars.

Days 4-5:

• Everyone living nearby walks or cycles to the

bus stop at Högfjällshotellet.

• If you drive to Högfjällshotellet, there may be

up to 2km to walk from the car park to the bus

stop.

• Most people who drive to Lindvallen will park

0-2km from the arena, but maybe longer if

there are many cars.

Blue line Högfjällshotellet-Hundfjället 15 min

Orange line Högfjällshotellet-Lindvallen 10 min

Green line Högfjällshotellet-Kläppen 30 min

Lindvallen Bus Stop

KLÄPPEN

Pitches for

campervans

FOR THOSE LIVING AT:

Lindvallen, Sälsätern, Sälfjällstorget, Olarsängen, Rönningen, Dammkölen, Steep climb!

Gubbmyren, Digernäs

Bus stop

Hundfjället/Tandådalen

Days 1-3

HUNDFJÄLLET

TANDÅDALEN

Arena

Högfjällshotellet

Days 1–3

LINDVALLEN

Disembark

HÖGFJÄLLSHOTELLET

Kläppen

Lindvallen

Days 1-3

LINDVALLEN

Directions

parking

days 4-5

KLÄPPEN

KLÄPPEN

Embark

Lindvallen

Days 1–5

HÖGFJÄLLSHOTELLET

EmbarkKläppen

Days 1–3

LINDVALLEN

Steep climb!

Disembark

Etapp 4–5

KLÄPPEN

Bus stop

Högfjällshotellet

Days 1-3

Hundfjället Bus stop

Arena

Lindvallen

FOR THOSE LIVING AT:

Hundfjället, Ottarstugorna, Joänget, Tandåliden, Orrliden, Närfjällsbyn,

Days 4–5

Hållbrändan, Salöbäckshällen, Joängsslingan, Fjällsåsen

Embark

Hundfjället

Tandådalen

Days 4–5

KLÄPPEN

Pitches for

campervans

Disembark

Etapp 4–5

Days 1-5:

• Everyone living in the area walks or cycles to the bus stop at Hundfjället

• Most people who drive to Hundfjället will park 0-2km from the bus

stop, but maybe longer if there are many cars.

• All competitors travelling from the west, from Stöten, Rörbäcksnäs,

Trysil etc. Must park at the bus stop at Hundfjället.

Blue line Hundfjället-Högfjällshotellet 15 min

Blue line Hundfjället-Lindvallen 25 min

Embark

Högfjällshotellet

Days 4–5

Embark

Kläppen

Days 4–5

Hundfjället

Lindvallen

Road closed

29/7

Tandådalen

Tandådalen bus stop

FOR THOSE LIVING AT:

Tandådalen, Kalvheden, Södra Kalvheden, Tandåliden, Orrliden, Hållbrändan,

Kvillan, Kalvåsen, Flatfjällsåsen, Flatfjället, Västra Gusjösätern, Östra

Gusjösätern, Västra Färdkällan

Days 1-5:

• Everyone living in the area walks or cycles to the bus stop at Tandådalen

• If you drive to Tandådalen,

To

you will

Kläppen

be directed to the car park Hundfjället

to take the bus from there

• Most people who drive to Tandådalen will park 0-2km from the bus

stop, but maybe longer if there are many cars

Blue line Tandådalen–Högfjällshotellet 15 min

Blue line Tandådalen–Lindvallen 25 min

Days 1-3:

• Everyone living nearby walks or cycles to the bus stop at Lindvallen

• Most people who drive will park 0-2km from the arena, but maybe

longer if there are many cars.

Days 4-5:

• Everyone living nearby walks or cycles to Lindvallaen Arena.

• Most people who drive will park 0-2km from the arena, but maybe

longer if there are many cars.

Embark

Högfjällshotellet

Days 4–5

Embark

Kläppen

Days 4–5

KLÄPPEN

Pitches for

campervans

Kläppen bus stop

FOR THOSE LIVING AT:

Kläppen, Sälens by, Mora, Malung, Lima, Hemfjällstangen, Transtrand

KLÄPPEN

Pitch

cam

dalen

Directions

Blue line

parking

Lindvallen–Hundfjället 25 min

Orange days line 4-5 Lindvallen–Högfjällshotellet 10 min

Green line Lindvallen–Kläppen 20 min

Bus stop

Högfjällshotellet

Days 1-3

Lindvallen

Days 1-5:

• Everyone living in the area walks or cycles to the bus stop at Kläppen

• Everyone living at Hemfjällstangen drives to the bus stop at Kläppen

• Everyone driving from the east and south drives to the bus stop at

Kläppen

Arena

Högfjällshotellet

Days 1–3

Directions to parking start here

Bus stop

Bike parking

Embark

Hundfjället

Tandådalen

Days 4–5

Arena

Lindvallen

Days 4–5

Road closed

29/7

Green line Kläppen-Högfjällshotellet 30min

Green line Kläppen-Lindvallen 20min

KLÄPPEN

Pitches for

campervans

Recommended cycling route

Cycling forbidden

To Kläppen

Road closed 24/7


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Training race and training areas

There are several opportunities

to train and hone your techniques

before the competition week

in Sälen. There is a selection of

maps to choose from. There will

also be a training race before the

competition.

Training race

Arranged on Friday 22 July

Orienteering: 16.00–19.00.

MtbO: 13.00-15.00.

Assembly at Hundfjället, signed from RV 66,

around 15 km west of O‐Ringen Square at

Lindvallen. More information on oringen.se.

Registration

Registration can be made via Eventor (where

Training race is available as an additional service),

at the competition office or at the assembly

area.

Orienteering classes:

Open 1 White 2.0 km

Open 3 Yellow 2.5 km

Open 5 Orange 3.6 km

Open 7 Blue 3.3 km

Open 8 Black 4.8 km

Open 9 Black 7.7 km

Open 11 Purple 5.5 km

Service

Parking and toilets adjacent to the assembly area.

Terrain

Typical mountain terrain with a network of lifts

and slalom pistes. Less climb when the start is

high on the mountain.

Map

1:10 000 with 5 m contours

Start

There are two ways of getting to the start (orienteering):

AXA Youth Relay

The opening ceremony of O-Ringen

2016 in Sälen on Saturday 23 July

will feature the traditional AXA

youth relay. The location is Arena

Lindvallen by O-Ringen Square and

the start will be at 18:00.

Teams may consist of district teams, or

”national teams” for international competitors.

Each district or “national team” may enter a

maximum of two teams. Combination teams

from two districts are permitted, though this

does not mean that districts or regions may

take advantage of this rule in order to have

three teams. The start and finish will be next

to the stage for the opening ceremony.

Classes: One class, mixed girls and boys, leg

order as follows:

Leg 1: Girls, 16 years and under

Leg 2: Boys, 14 years and under

Leg 3: Girls, 14 years and under

Leg 4: Boys, 16 years and under

Registration deadline: The final entry

deadline via Eventor is Wednesday 20 July at

23:59

• Walking 1.7 km steep uphill, 220 m climb.

Orange/white tapes.

• Walking 1.2 km to the chairlift at Väggen,

then take the lift to the start. Blue/white

tapes. The lift operates 15.30-18.00.

MtbO training race

There will be varied cycling on the mountain,

round the ski facilities and round the huts, offering

a challenge for both beginners and experienced

MtbO competitors.

The controls (without punching units) will remain

in place all week for anyone wanting to ride

the courses at another time, without timing.

There are a limited number of map boards

to borrow if you do not have your own.

We will have instructions at the start to help

and inform you.

Course lengths: All legs are around 1.5-2.0

km with a running time of around 8-12 min

Forking: Forking on all legs

Map: Scale 1:4 000, contour interval 2.5m.

ISSOM.

Course setter: Ivan Forsgren

Course controller: Jimmy Birklin

Cartographer: Kenneth Kajsajuntti

Terrain description: The terrain consists

of moderately hilly to steep open areas,

forest and areas with mountain huts. Good

runnability with mostly grass and moss as

running surfaces, with smaller areas of tarmac

and gravel.

Arena: Arena Lindvallen, next to O-Ringen

Square

Start: 18:00 at O-Ringen Square. SI cards are

cleared and checked on entry to the start

area.

Changeover: Incoming runners pass the

map to outgoing runners. Teams taking the

wrong map will be disqualified. Teams whose

map is missing from the map board will be

given a new map but no time compensation.

Finish: Next to the stage. Finish lin judges will

be present to judge which runner crosses the

finish line first, if necessary.

Shower: No shower at the arena.

Changes to leg order: Can be submitted

via Eventor until 23 July at 13.00

Results: Complete results will be published

at www.oringen.se

Competition information: Final competition

information will be published on www.

oringen.se no later than Tuesday 19th of July.

Head organisers: Rebecka Adolfson and

Hanna Björklund

MtbO classes:

3 courses to choose from: Short, Medium and

Long

Training maps:

We are offering 4 training areas for orienteering

and one for MtbO.

The maps are provided with suggestions for

courses.

Maps can be bought via Eventor (as an additional

service) and at the competition office.

Controls are out from 18 July-7 August.

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O-Ringen Challenge

”Tough running, easy orienteering,”

sums up the Challenge classes at

O-Ringen.

These are the classes for endurance athletes

who prefer running to difficult orienteering,

but who would like to combine the challenge

of both. The controls are relatively far apart

and are close to clear handrails.

The difficulty level is Yellow, which means

that these classes are suitable for relative beginners.

Classes

There are 4 Challenge classes to choose from:

Women and Men, 5 and 10 km. You can

register on the day, though this will mean a

higher fee for late entry. If you register on the

day, it is better value to register for Open 12, a

10 km open class with the same characteristics

as the Challenge 10km. You can read more

about this under ”O-Ringen Open”. Challenge

classes are held on the same days and in the

same terrain as O-Ringen, but with a slightly

different programme.

Registration fees

Registration on the day:

Up to 20 years: 1280 SEK

21 years and older: 2675 SEK

Start

Challenge classes use the “Tork/SCA” start

There is an open start on Days 1 and 3 between

8.30–13.30, a mass start on Days 2 and 4 and a

chasing start on Day 5.

TRÄNING AREAS O-RINGEN

1. Lindvallen

2. Östra kalven

3. Flatfjället

4. Hundfjället

5. Hundfjället (Training race)

Training areas

1. Lindvallen

Forest terrain. Parking at O-Ringen

Square

2. Östra kalven

Mountain terrain, 10 km west of O-Ringen

Square on RV 66

3. Flatfjället

Mountain terrain, 10 km west of O-Ringen

Square on RV 66

4. Hundfjället

Mountain terrain, 15 km west of O-Ringen

Square on RV 66

Training areas MtbO

Lindvallen

Tramac and gravel roads, paths. Parking at

O-Ringen Square

Procedure for mass starts on Days 2 and 4

Runners gather at the start around 10-15 minutes

before the start and enter the lane for their class.

SI cards will be cleared and checked here.

When you clear your card, start officials will

check that you have come forward at the correct

time and that you have the correct SI card;

please see ”Checking SI cards”

under ”Start procedure for timed start classes,

Days 1–4” in the Competition Information.

After clearing and checking, continue to

your loose control descriptions, which are also

printed on the map.

For other start procedures, please read

”Start” in the Competition Information.

Start times on Day 5

The leader of each class starts as follows:

Challenge Women 10 08.35

Challenge Men 10 09.00

Challenge Women 5 10.40

Challenge Men 5 11.29

Advice for beginners

Orienteering is much easier when you do it

right from the beginning than if you make a

mistake and have to relocate in the forest. It

makes things easier when you always keep

track of where you are. One trick is to put your

thumb on the map where you last looked at

it. Holding the map orientated correctly is also

important. If you have your map lined up with

your compass and hold your thumb where

you are, the terrain matched up with the map

and you’ll run in the right direction. All the text

on the map is aligned with north and there are

lines on the map pointing north to help you.

O-Ringen Open

O-Ringen Open is for anyone who

wants to try orienteering and take

part in one or more days of the

orienteering festival at O-Ringen. In

Open classes, you can register and

choose a course on the day.

This year there are 13 different courses to

choose from, ranging from an easy option

to something really tough and everything in

between. You can also register for one of six

Open classes in MtbO, or one of two classes

in PreO.

Registration

You can register for one or more days at the

competition office at O-Ringen Square or

at the arena for each day on Days 1-3, at the

Open tent. There, you will find guides to help

you choose the right course for you.

On Days 4 and 5, all registration is at the

ordinary competition office. When you register,

you will receive a race number showing a

partner logo, which corresponds to the start

used by your class and the lane you should

use when you run into the finish. The number

should be visible on your chest and fastened

with 4 safety pins, which you can bring yourself

or collect when you register.

Elite information

O-Ringen Sälen 2016 will offer real

orienteering in mountain terrain

for the elite classes. The classes

D21 Elite and H21 Elite also feature

a sprint race at O-Ringen Square

in Lindvallen on Tuesday evening.

Expect thousands of spectators at

one of the most watched orienteering

races of the year! The final day

of competition for all elite classes,

with a chasing start, will be held in

tough and demanding Dala terrain.

Many of Sweden’s World Championships team

are planning to attend O-Ringen to help prepare

for the World Championships in Strömstad/Tanum

in Sälen and there will be a tight

battle for the prize money in the senior elite

classes, D21 Elite and H21 Elite. O-Ringen has

also attracted strong start fields in the junior

elite classes. We’ll be seeing many JWOC athletes

on the startline.

Programme

Day 1: Arena Högfjällshotellet, long distance

in terrain north of the arena, along the classic

trail Kungsleden, “The King’s Trail”.

Day 2: Arena Högfjällshotellet, long distance

in terrain south-west of the arena.

Day 3 DH21 E: Arena Lindvallen, sprint in

Lindvallen’s mountain huts.

Day 3 DH18/20 E: Arena Högfjällshotellet,

middle distance in terrain south of the arena.

Day 4: Arena Lindvallen, long distance, lift to

the start, in forest terrain west of Lindvallen’s

ski area.

Day 5: Arena Lindvallen, long distance in forest

terrain south-west of Lindvallen.

Selection for elite classes

80 runners will be selected for the DH21 Elite

classes, while DH18-20 Elite have 120 runners

per class. You can read the selection criteria on

O-Ringen’s website under Tävling/O-Ringen/

ElitClasser.

You can withdraw from elite classes by

e-mailing elit@oringen.se at the latest on

Opening hours

You can find the opening hours of the competition

office elsewhere in this programme

booklet.

Opening hours for the Open tent at the Arena

are 7.30-13.00

Start times for Open classes: 8.30–13.30

Electronic punching

All classes use the SportIdent electronic punching

system. If you have your own SI card, you

can use this and register the card when you

register for the event, otherwise you can hire a

card when you register. Please note! You cannot

borrow any SI card that will be used or has been

used by anyone else during the week.

Once the card is registered, regardless of the

day, it becomes attached to that person for the

week. If you’re unsure of whether a card is attached

to anyone, you can go to the competition

office at O-Ringen Square to check the card.

If you hire a card, it is attached to you for all

the days on which you want to use it. So you

cannot lend it to other runners. After your last

day, even if you only participated on one day,

please return the SI card to the dedicated container

after you finish.

Registration fees

Accepted payment methods are cash in SEK,

bank cards and Swish.

Price:

Young people up to 20 years: 140 SEK

21 years and older: 295 SEK

SI card hire: 70 SEK. Unreturned SI cards are

debited at 600 SEK.

Procedures

Once you have entered, go to the start shown

15.00 on Saturday 23 July. No reserves will be

appointed to the class if you withdraw later

than this.

To be added from the reserve list, the runner

on the reserve list must have registered their

interest to elit@oringen.se by 15.00 on 23 July

at the latest.

Special competition information

for elite classes

Special competition information for elite classes

will be published on O-Ringen’s website and on

Eventor by Thursday 21 July at the latest.

Special information for Elite sprint

DH21 Elite

The elite sprint will be held in Lindvallen on

Tuesday evening. The final competition information

for the Elite sprint will be available in

the elite tent before Day 2 at Arena Högfjällshotellet

on Monday. All relevant competition

information, including quarantine location

and times, will be given here. Preliminarily,

check in to quarantine in Lindvallen will be

between 17.00 and 17.30. Make sure you read

the instructions in the competition information

and on the website.

Prize money DH21 Elite

Prize money for overall standings

Place

DH21E

1st overall 80 000 SEK

2nd overall 50 000 SEK

3rd overall 20 000 SEK

4th overall 15 000 SEK

5th overall 10 000 SEK

6th overall 5 000 SEK

7th overall 4 000 SEK

8th overall 3 000 SEK

9th overall 2 000 SEK

10th overall 1 000 SEK

Prize money for each race

Place DH21E

1st 4 000 SEK

2nd 2 000 SEK

3rd 1 000 SEK

on your race number. You can start between

8.30–13.30. The route to the start is signed

with the corresponding partner logo.

At the start, stand in the queue for the lane of

your Open class. You can start once you’re first

in the queue. Start by registering you SI card

in the Start unit; your time starts then. You can

read a more detailed description in the

Competition Information under ”Start”.

Open classes

Induction. (Green, 2 km, beginners)

For complete beginners. Easy so-called handrail

orienteering with clear route choices, for

example following paths and streams.

Open 1. (White, 2.5 km, beginners)

Easy handrail orienteering with obvious control

points close to handrails.

Open 2. (White, 4 km, beginners)

Easy handrail orienteering with obvious control

points close to handrails.

Open 3. (Yellow, 3 km, easy)

The controls are a little further away from handrails.

Easy route choices in easy terrain with

many paths, streams and other line features.

Open 4 (Yellow, 5 km, easy)

The controls are a little further away from handrails.

Easy route choices in easy terrain with

many paths, streams and other line features.

Open 5 (Orange, 3.5 km, moderate difficulty)

Control picking in runnable terrain, moderately

hilly. The controls are placed to allow use of

”catching features”, which means you are always

”caught” by clear features, e.g. handrails,

if you run past the control.

Elite Sprint Invitation

The mountain sprint will be held on

the evening of 26 July in Lindvallen.

This is the third race for the senior

elite classes and spectators can follow

the competition from the arena

at Lindvallen.

The course setter is Domnarvets’ international

runner Emma Johansson and she has the following

comments about her task. ”The goal

was to set sprint courses that I would enjoy

myself, with a possibility of a great backdrop

and a big audience. I hope that as many people

as possible can come to Lindvallen on Tuesday

evening. The O-Ringen sprint at Högfjället

in 2008 was in fact my World Cup debut and I

have many good memories from that evening.

It was an awesome moment to arrive at the

start and see huge sea of spectators down

on the slalom hill before running off into the

mountain birches.”

Start

First start H21E 19:15

First start D21E 19:30

Terrain

The area in Lindvallen consists of a mixture of

Open 6 (Red, 6 km, moderate difficulty)

Control picking in runnable terrain, moderately

hilly. May feature areas of more difficult

terrain. No catching features.

Open 7 (Blue, 3 km, difficult)

Control picking without any clear catching

features in more difficult terrain. Moderately

difficult route choices, moderately hilly.

Open 8 (Black, 4.5 km, difficult)

The Black courses are the hardest. Control

picking in difficult, detailed terrain with small

features and steep hillsides.

Open 9 (Black, 7.5 km, difficult)

The Black courses are the hardest. Control

picking in difficult, detailed terrain with small

features and steep hillsides.

Open 10 (Violet, 4 km, moderately difficult)

Control picking without clear catching features

in difficult terrain, with moderately difficult

route choices. Moderately hilly.

Open 11 (Violet, 5.5 km, moderately difficult)

Control picking without clear catching features

in difficult terrain, with moderately difficult

route choices. Moderately hilly.

Open 12 (Yellow, 10 km, easy)

For those who prefer running to orienteering.

Here you can combine both, with fewer and

easier control points and routes that are pleasant

to run on. Easy route choices. We promise

great courses with fantastic terrain running.

On Day 3 the course is 5 km.

Photo: Peter Holgersson

mountain terrain, areas with mountain huts

and larger, interlinked buildings. The running

surfaces vary greatly. You must have full body

cover and shoes with a strong grip are recommended.

Quarantine

All competitors must check in to quarantine

before the start. Quarantine opens at 17:00 and

closes at 17:30. Late arrival to quarantine will

lead to disqualification. For more detailed information,

please see the detailed competition

information, which will be released on Monday

25 July.

Race organiser: Erik Rost

Assistant organiser: Jakob Lööf

Cartographer: Kenneth Kaisajuntti

Course setter: Emma Johansson

For spectators

The competition is best followed round arena

in Lindvallen, where commentator Per Forsberg

will keep you informed of everything that’s happening.

For spectators in the competition area,

please remember that helping runners in any

way, for example if they forget to punch or they

make mistakes, is forbidden. Of course, it is also

forbidden to attempt to trick or block runners.


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Programme for O-Ringen MtbO

Arena Rörbäcksnäs

Competition data O-Ringen MtbO

Map symbols MtbO

Till start

etapp 1 och 2

Till start

etapp 3

Till Arena

Utfart

Infart

Class Stage 1 Sprint Stage 2 Middle Stage 3 Long

Course length Map scale Course length Map scale Turn map Course length Turn map Map scale Start stage 3

D21 5,0 1:7 500 9,7 1:10 000 Yes 17,8 Yes 1:15 000 11.10

H21 6,0 1:7 500 11,3 1:10 000 Yes 23,4 Yes 1:15 000 10.20

D20 4,0 1:7 500 7,2 1:10 000 13,0 1:15 000 10.40

H20 5,0 1:7 500 9,7 1:10 000 Yes 17,8 Yes 1:15 000 10.30

D16 3,5 1:7 500 6,1 1:10 000 9,5 1:10 000 11.25

H16 4,0 1:7 500 7,2 1:10 000 13,0 1:15 000 11.00

D14 3,5 1:7 500 4,0 1:10 000 6,8 1:10 000 11.30

H14 3,5 1:7 500 6,1 1:10 000 9,5 1:10 000 11.35

D12 2,5 1:7 500 3,7 1:10 000 5,0 1:10 000 -

H12 2,5 1:7 500 3,7 1:10 000 5,0 1:10 000 -

D40 4,0 1:7 500 7,2 1:10 000 13,0 1:15 000 11.15

H40 5,5 1:7 500 10,6 1:10 000 Yes 19,0 Yes 1:15 000 10.10

D50 4,0 1:7 500 6,1 1:10 000 9,5 1:10 000 11.10

H50 5,0 1:7 500 8,1 1:10 000 Yes 16,1 Yes 1:15 000 10.00

D60 3,5 1:7 500 4,8 1:10 000 8,1 1:10 000 11.40

H60 4,0 1:7 500 6,1 1:10 000 13,0 1:15 000 11.05

D70 3,5 1:7 500 4,8 1:10 000 8,1 1:10 000 11.45

H70 3,5 1:7 500 6,1 1:10 000 9,5 1:10 000 11.20

Open: short - easy 2,5 1:7 500 3,7 1:10 000 5,0 1:10 000 -

Open: short - difficult 2,5 1:7 500 3,7 1:10 000 6,1 1:10 000 -

Open: Medium - easy 4,0 1:7 500 4,8 1:10 000 11,3 1:15 000 -

Open: Medium - difficult 4,0 1:7 500 6,1 1:10 000 9,5 1:10 000 -

Open: Long - easy 5,0 1:7 500 9,4 1:10 000 Yes 16,7 Yes 1:15 000 -

Open: Long - difficult 5,0 1:7 500 9,7 1:10 000 Yes 17,8 Yes 1:15 000 -

Road 100% speed

Fast, wide path/road 75-100% speed

Fast path 75-100% speed

Moderately fast wide path/road 50-75% speed

Moderately fast path 50-75% speed

Slow wide path/road 25-50% speed

Slow path 25-50% speed

Difficult wide path/road 0-25% speed

Difficult path 0-25% speed

Out of bounds wide path/road

Out of bounds path

Difficult obstacle, may be passed: barrier, tree, stairs etc.

Open area. Out of bounds.

Semi-open area. Out of bounds.

Forest. Out of bounds.

Dense forest. Out of bounds.

Mål, info &

Sekreteriat

Cykeltvätt

Beautiful bike terrain in Rörbäcksnäs.

Photo: Martin Hammarberg

Description: Open classes

Map example

The arena for this year’s O-Ringen

MtbO is at Rörbäcksnäs School,

which is usually the start and finish

for the nice mountain bike trails at

Rörbäcksnäs.

The competition is held over 3 days, Monday

25 - Wednesday 27 July. On Monday there is a

sprint, on Tuesday a middle distance and on

Wednesday a chasing start long distance.

Late registration: via Eventor by 20 July at the

latest

Open classes: There are 6 open classes. You

can register for these on the day at the arena at

Rörbäcksnäs or at the latest the evening before

at the competition centra at O-Ringen Square

in Lindvallen.

Map boards: Nordenmark will be present to

hire out map boards. You can also buy these at

the Team Sportia tent at O-Ringen Square.

Bike hire: You can hire mountain bikes at

Outdoorbutiken in Rörbäcksnäs, around 500m

south of the arena, or at Lindvallen. Please note!

You cannot use e-bikes for this competiton.

Apart from the competitions, there are also

MtbO training courses at Hundfjället and Lindvallen.

Days 1-3

Assembly: Arena Rörbäcksnäs for all three days.

The arena is at Rörbäcksnäs School in the centre

of the village. Signed from roads 1053 and 1047.

GPS co-ordinates: 6779417, 382028.

Parking: Around 400-500m from the arena for

cars. Possibly longer for campervans, depending

on weather conditions. No charges for parking or

parking stickers necessary. Please take your own

vehicle to Rörbäcksnäs, no organised transport

from O-Ringen Sqaure or anywhere else.

Arena services: There will be results, information,

SI card hire, registration for open classes,

indoor changing rooms and showers, catering,

bike cleaning and toilets at the arena.

Prize giving ceremonies

Prizes for the winners of Days 1 and 2 will be

awarded at prize giving ceremonies at Lindvallen.

After Day 3, the prize giving ceremony will

be held at the arena at Rörbäcksnäs, for overall

winners and others.

Competition rules

The Swedish Orienteering Federation’s competition

rules 22/02/2016 apply. Please pay

particular attention to:

• In Rörbäcksnäs it is only permitted to cycle on

paths and roads marked on the map and gravel

and tarmac surfaces. It is not permitted to

cycle or run in the forest or by the side of paths

or roads, or on open (yellow) areas. Keep to the

paths and roads marked on the map!

• Competitors must have their bike with them

at all time, for example it is not permitted to

leave the bike and run to a control, punch

and run back to the bike, even if this would

be quicker.

• Punching system: SportIdent’s electronic

punching system will be used. SI cards version

5-11 can be used.

• Competitors must have their SI card with

them for the duration of the competition,

but it may not be fixed to the bike.

• Many of the paths are narrow and there is

a risk of collision. Please look out for other

competitors and keep to the right - if you

can, let other riders know you are coming!

• There are some larger roads in the competition

area, which will be passed by all competitors.

• Be careful! Keep to the right and follow marshalls’

instuctions.

• The competition area encompasses the

village of Rörbäcksnäs and certain roadsa

nd paths will be out of bounds. They will b

markd on the map with red crosses across

the symbol and in the terrain with blue and

yellow tape across the path/road. Please respect

the out of bounds paths and be courteous

to local residents!

• Race numbers must be attached to the

front of bikes

• Equipment requirements: No e-bikes, helmets

must be worn. Otherwise no clothing

restrictions.

• All competitors are called up 2 min before

their start and receive the map 1 min before

their start.

• Maps are printed on waterproof paper.

• Control codes are overprinted next to control

numbers. Otherwise there are no control

descriptions.

• Hired SI cards can be collected at the competition

office at O-Ringen Square, or at the

area on the day. Hired SI cards must be returned

after the finish. Please see “Rules for

SI cards” elsewhere in this programme.

Before each day, a more detailed programme

for that day will be on display in the arena.

Day 1: Monday 25 July, Sprint distance

Starts: First start 13:00. Open classes start

15:00-17:00.

Registration for open courses: 12:00-16:00.

Distance to the start: Around 900m on tarmac

and gravel roads. The same road that cars

will use to access the arena - please be careful!

Toilets available at the start.

Map size: A3 for all classes.

Map scale: 1:7500 for all classes.

Terrain description: Mostly Rörbäcksnäs village,

farms and surrounding land. Tarmac and

gravel roads, fast MtbO tracks and paths of

various sizes. Some sandy tracks may be slower

in dry weather than wet weather. Small to

moderate hills.

Day 2: Tuesday 26 July, Middle distance

Starts: First start 13:00. Open classes start

15:00-17:00.

Registration for open courses: 12:00-16:00.

Distance to the start: Around 1100m on tarmac

and gravel roads. The same road that cars

will use to access the arena - please be careful!

Toilets available at the start.

Map size: A3 for all classes.

Map scale: 1:10000 for all classes.

Terrain description: Middle distance courses

in varied terrain. Paths can be wide and sandy,

or narrow and stony. Mostly flatter but there

is a hillier area in the middle of the area. There

are some indistinct paths that will be marked

with white tapes.

Day 3: Wednesday 27 July,

Chasing start long distance

Starts: First start at 10:00. Chasing start for age

classes 14 and over. Open classes start from

12:00-14:00.

Competitors more than 40 minutes behind

the leader, or competitors with no total results

after two days will get a timed start. First timed

start is 40 minuters after the leader, start interval

1 minute.

Registration for open courses: 9:00-13:00.

Distance to the start: 100m grass track.

Map size: A3 for all classes.

Map scale: 1:10000 or 1:15000, please see table.

Terrain description: Longer legs with decisive

route choices. Some areas have a dense

path netwrok. Indistinct paths will be marked

with white tapes. Small to moderate hills. The

longest courses have some steeper hills.

Race director

Annika Engström

Course setters

Ola Jäderberg, Bengt Stenerhag and Marcus

Hylen

Map and course control

Jiri Prochazka

Class Course length Technical difficulty: cycling Technical difficulty: orienteering Suitable for

Open: short Short

Gravel and tarmac roads, larger Fewer, clear route choices between Beginners at cycling and orienteering.

- easy

paths. Easier climbs.

control. Junctions are clear.

Open: short

- difficult

Open: medium

- easy

Open:

medium -

difficult

Open: long -

easy

Open: long -

difficult

Short

Medium

Medium

Long

Long

Description: Cycling technical difficulty

Roads and paths without too many

roots and stones. There may be occasional

steeper hills, otherwise easier

climbs.

Paths have roots, stones and cross

marshes. Steep climbs and descents.

Roads and paths without too many

roots and stones. There may be occasional

steeper hills, otherwise easier

climbs.

Paths have roots, stones and cross

marshes. Steep climbs and descents.

Paths have roots, stones and cross

marshes. Steep climbs and descents.

Gravel and tarmac roads, larger paths. Easier climbs.

Roads and paths without too many roots and stones. There

may be occasional steeper hills, otherwise easier climbs.

Paths have roots, stones and cross marshes. Steep climbs

and descents.

Clear route choices. May be direction

changes at controls.

Fewer, clear route choices between

control. Junctions are clear.

Many difficult route choices, direction

changes. Orienteering using

contours and terrain objects will be

useful.

Clear route choices. May be direction

changes at controls.

Many difficult route choices, direction

changes. Orienteering using

contours and terrain objects will be

useful.

For those who have orienteered

before but don’t want to cycle

far.

For those who cycle on forest

tracks but are inexperienced

orienteers.

For those who are inexperienced

MtbO cyclists but are good

orienteers.

For good MtbO cyclists who are

inexperienced orienteers.

For those looking for a real challenge

with both the cycling and

orienteering.

Description: Oienteering technical difficulty

Fewer, clear route choices between control. Junctions

are clear.

Clear route choices. May be direction changes at controls.

Many difficult route choices, direction changes. Orienteering

using contours and terrain objects will be useful.

Come and try MtbO in fantastic cycling terrain at Rörbäcksnäs

Open courses on Monday and Tuesday 15:00-17:00

Open courses on Wednesday 12:00-14:00


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Welcome to Miniknat

Orienteering School

Stage 1 - Malung-Sälen Stage

There will be a Miniknat (string

course) at each arena, on each

day. A short course where the

very youngest runners can follow

a taped route all the way, with a

different theme on each day. Each

runner gets a race number, a map

and a small prize at the finish. On

the course, the children punch each

control with an SI card.

Each day has a different theme, which is reflected

in the taped routes, controls and activities

on the course. You can also meet Ringo

the elk on each day. Everyone can go at their

own pace and parents are responsible for their

children out on the course.

Themes for each day

Day 1: Summer in the mountains

Day 2: Dalarna

Day 3: Winter in the mountains

Day 4: Forest animals

Day 5: Elves and trolls

Location

Each day, the string course will be in an area of

forest next to the arena. Look out for signs or

look at the arena map.

SportIdent

In order to avoid queues developing, please

bring your own SI card or a parent’s SI card.

There will also be some SI cards available for

hire.

Price

If you know that you are going to do the string

course every day (5 days), we recommend that

you register for the whole week at (180 SEK)

at the competition office. Pre-entered runners

have their own start lane to help avoid queues

developing.

The string course costs 60 SEK per day if you

register on the day. You can register at the start

of the string course by paying either in cash or

with a card.

Opening hours

The string course is open from 8:30 to 14:30.

Have you never orienteered before,

but would like to try it? Or have you

orienteered before but feel like you

need to refresh your orienteering

skills a bit? No matter what you

level is at the moment, the Orienteering

School has the time and the

inclination to help everyone! You

decide how much help you would

like, but we hope that after visiting

us, you want and dare to go out

into the forest on an orienteering

course.

At the Orienteering School, we’ll go through

the basics of orienteering and what happens

at orienteering competitions. We’ll teach you

what’s on the map and how to use a compass

to navigate round the forest. We’ll take walks

with a map to see how the map shows different

features in the terrain. You can also test

our of our easier courses around the competition

area. You can run or walk the courses

alone, with a friend or with one of us from the

Orienteering School.

If you feel ready after that, you can go out

onto an Open course. We’ll help you choose

the right course for you. We also have helpers

at the start to guide you through the start

procedure and make sure you set off on the

right track to the first control. Towards the

end of the day, you’ll have the chance to run

an Open course with one of the leaders at the

Orienteering School. If you have run an Open

course, please come to us afterwrds and tell us

how it went! We might even be able to give

you some tips for next time.

The Orienteering School has a tent at the

arena on each day and we are open throughout

the competition day, so you can come to

us when it suits you. You can find us by looking

out for the Orienteering School signs. The Orienteering

School is open for everyone aged 9

or over and is free of charge.

Open 9:00-16:00 every day!

ARENA HÖGFJÄLLSHOTELLET

TO/FROM BUS

Hundfjället, Tandådalen

COMPETITION AREA

TO START

1.

12.

5.

3.

COMPETITION AREA

4.

DISEMBARK

Lindvallen, Kläppen

10.

EMBARK

Kläppen

Distances to the Arena PÅ ARENAN

From bus: 600 m (blue), 300 1. m Kiosker (orange and green)

From bike parking: 600 m (west), 2. Pizza900 m (east)

From car parking: There are 3. none! Sallad

4. Dalamassage

5. Orienteringsskolan

6. O-Ringen Academy

7. Miniknat

8. Barnpassning

9. DH21 Elit omklädning

10. Sjukvård

11. Resultat

12. O-Ringen Open

13. Team Sportia

14. Klubbtält

15. Tävlingsexpedition

15. Vip/press

EMBARK

Lindvallen

Childcare

Programme O-Ringen PreO

2.

1.

13.

11.

8.

While you’re orienteering, your children

are very welcome to our childcare,

which will be available at both

arenas. Our aim is that children and

parents can feel secure and that

children will enjoy themselves and

have fun in the Dala mountains..

Registration

If your child has not been registered via Eventor,

you can buy a ticket at the kiosks at the

arenas, or at the competition office. You can

also register your child on the spot, at the entrance

to the childcare, but we can only take

cash ayments here.

O-Ringen 2-days

O-Ringen 2-days is for anyone who

wants to enjoy the orienteering

festival, but who cannot be there

for the whole week.

2-days is held on the final two days of O-Ringen

week. The races will be at Lindvallen. Here

you can choose to compete against only men

or women, or in a mixed class.

Start

O-Ringen 2-days follows the same start procedures

as other classes with an open start on

Day 4 and has a chasing start on Day 5.

For start information and other competition

Check-in

When you check in your child, you must fill in a

form about allergies etc. You can either collect

this form in advance at the competition office,

or at the childcare. At the check-in you will also

get a number token to show when you come

to collect your child.

After check-in, your child will get a vest and

number displaying their name and other information.

You can also sotre extra clothes - each

child will get their own bag to put clothes in.

Then we go out to the different activities and

show you round before you leave your children

with the helpers at one of the activities,

when they seem calm and happy.

Activities

There will be all kinds of activities and experiences

in the area. This year we have a craft

workshop, a joinery, games with buildings and

dolls, story games and an outdoor play area.

This year the childcare has two themes: Dalarna

and the mountains. Snacks are served each

day and there are toilets available.

Other

Please remember that the childcare is mostly

outdoors. If it’s sunny, please put suncream on

your children before you leave them with us,

and leave them with a sun hat. If the weather

is rainy or windy, leave them with rain clothes,

a warmer jumper and gloves.

Opening hours

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

7:00-16:00.

You can leave your children with us for a

maximum of 3 h (during the time you run).

Age: 3-8 years

Price: 130 SEK/day

460 SEK for the whole week

information, please see Competition Information

elsewhere in this programme booklet.

Classes

There are five classes to choose from.

• 2D Women, Women only, Black difficulty,

around 5 km

• 2D Men, Men only, Black, around 7 km

• 2D Difficult, mixed class, Black, around 5 km

• 2D Middle, mixed class, Red difficulty,

around 4 km

• 2D Easy, mixed class, Yellow difficulty,

around 3.5 km

What is PreO?

PreO means Precision orienteering and everyone

can take part, regardless of sex, age and

mobility. PreO has mixed Classes according to

difficulty level. You move in easy terrain, mostly

on paths and roads, which is accessible for

disabled people and wheelchairs.

Come and try it!

On the actvity day on 27 July between 10:00

and 12:00, you can try PreO at Hundfjället Arena.

Open for all and free of charge!

Competition areas

Days 1 and 2 are at Arena Hundfjället, Day 3

is at Arena Lindvallen and Days 4 and 5 are at

Arena Högfjällshotellet.

Route and Day Information

Day 1 - Sunday 24 Juy, Hundfjället Arena

Mountain forest terrain. Around 17km from

O-Ringen Square. Signed from Nya Fjällvägen.

Parking adjacent to the arena.

The first ordinary start is 18:00. 500m to the

start.

Day 2 - Monday 25 July, Arena Hundfjället

Mountain forest terrain. Around 17km from

O-Ringen Square. Signed from Nya Fjällvägen.

Parking adjacent to the arena.

The first ordinary start is 10:00. The start is

adjacent to the arena.

Day 3 - Tuesday 26 July, Arena Lindvallen

Open mountain terrain and forest bordering

the open montain.

Around 5km from O-Ringen Square. Signed

from Nya Fjällvägen. Parking adjacent to the

arena, or at Lindvallen and then a lift to the

arena.

The first ordinary start is 10:00. The start is

adjacent to the arena.

Day 4 - Thursday 28 July, Arena Högfjällshotellet

Open mountain terrain, easily accessible for

Elite and A classes. Forest terrain for other

classes.

Around 7km from O-Ringen Square to the

arena. Signed from Nya Fjällvägen. Parking

adjacent to the arena.

The first ordinary start is 10:00. Maximum

300m to the start.

Day 5 - Friday 29 July, Arena Högfjällshotellet

Open mountain terrain, easily accessible for

Elite and A classes. Forest terrain for other

classes.

Around 7km from O-Ringen Square to the

arena. Signed from Nya Fjällvägen. Parking adjacent

to the arena.

The first ordinary start is 10:00. Around

1000m to the start.

Course setters and controllers

Day 1: Torbjörn Lentz

Day 2: Torbjörn Lentz

Day 3: Torbjörn Lentz and Erik Lundkvist

Day 4: Erik Lundkvist

Day 5: Erik Lundkvist

Course controller: Rolf Carlsson, Surahammar

SOK

Classes

Pre-Elite, Pre-A, Pre-B and Pre-C.

You can enter an open class at the arena or at

the competition office at O-Ringen Square.

Programme for each day

A detailed programme for each day can be

found at each arena.

Maps

1:5000 on all days. 5m contour interval on all

days, apart from on Day 2, where the contour

interval will be 2.5m.

Competition rules

The Swedish Orienteering Federation’s competition

rules and guidelines for PreO.

Race directors

Maria Johansson Liss, Erik Lundkvist, Torbjörn

Lentz and Rolf Carlsson

COMPETITION AREA

About stage 1

15.

The first race at O-Ringen in Sälen will be decided

on a classic area around Kungsleden,

“The King’s Trail”. It’s important to keep track

of the tempo changes if you want to fully succeed

here.

On Day 1, you’ll get to experience Köarskalsfjället

and courses with almost 100 percent

mountain orienteering. The area north

of Högfjällshotellet is crossed by Kungsleden,

which starts at Sälenfjällen and runs up to the

border at Härjedalen. Course setter Jan Gustavsson

has set O-Ringen courses on several

occasions and was involved in the course setting

when

O-Ringen took last place in Sälen in 2008.

6.

9.

1.

1.

14.

The longer courses will reach the border between

bare mountain and forest terrain on the

slopes of Östfjället. Here it will be important to

handle tempo changes between approaching

the controls carefully and holding a high

speed in between them. To avoid people running

in “trains” on the open fell, Jan is striving

to create courses that take more different lines

through the terrain than usual. This will also

reduce the impact on the ground in the terrain.

The visibility is very good in clear weather,

but can be quickly reduced by fog, creating an

extra challenge. The ground can be rocky and

barren in places but the runnability on Köarskalsfjället

is generally very good.

7.

COMPETITION AREA

Distances to start stage 1

Bagheera

CCS

Tork/SCA

Suzuki

ICA Nära Lindvallen

SIA Glass

Team Sportia

Karl Hedin

To/from showers

To/from busses Lindvallen, Kläppen

950 m

950 m

1000 m

900 m

800 m

800 m

1000 m

1000 m

At the Arena

Cartographer: Kenneth Kajsajuntti

Course setter: Jan Gustavsson, Malungs OK

1. Kiosks

2. Pizza

3. Sallad

4. Massage

5. Orienteering school

6. O-Ringen Academy

7. Miniknat / String Course

8. Child care

9. DH21 Elit

10. Medical care

11. Results

12. O-Ringen Open

13. Team Sportia

14. Club tents

15. Competition office

15. VIP/Press


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Stage 2 - Visit Dalarna Stage

ARENA HÖGFJÄLLSHOTELLET

Stage 3 - Taste of Dalarna Stage

ARENA HÖGFJÄLLSHOTELLET

TO/FROM BUS

Hundfjället, Tandådalen

COMPETITION AREA

DISEMBARK

Lindvallen, Kläppen

Distances to the Arena PÅ ARENAN

From bus: 600 m (blue), 300 1. m Kiosker (orange and green)

From bike parking: 600 m (west), 2. Pizza900 m (east)

From car parking: There are 3. none! Sallad

4. Dalamassage

5. Orienteringsskolan

6. O-Ringen Academy

7. Miniknat

8. Barnpassning

9. DH21 Elit omklädning

10. Sjukvård

11. Resultat

12. O-Ringen Open

13. Team Sportia

14. Klubbtält

15. Tävlingsexpedition

15. Vip/press

TO/FROM BUS

Hundfjället, Tandådalen

COMPETITION AREA

DISEMBARK

Lindvallen, Kläppen

Distances to the Arena PÅ ARENAN

From bus: 600 m (blue), 300 1. m Kiosker (orange and green)

From bike parking: 600 m (west), 2. Pizza900 m (east)

From car parking: There are 3. none! Sallad

4. Dalamassage

5. Orienteringsskolan

6. O-Ringen Academy

7. Miniknat

8. Barnpassning

9. DH21 Elit omklädning

10. Sjukvård

11. Resultat

12. O-Ringen Open

13. Team Sportia

14. Klubbtält

15. Tävlingsexpedition

15. Vip/press

COMPETITION AREA

1.

12.

5.

3.

4.

10.

EMBARK

Kläppen

EMBARK

Lindvallen

COMPETITION AREA

1.

12.

5.

3.

4.

10.

EMBARK

Kläppen

EMBARK

Lindvallen

7.

2.

1.

13.

11.

8.

7.

2.

1.

13.

11.

8.

6.

9.

1.

14.

To/from showers

To/from busses Lindvallen, Kläppen

6.

9.

1.

14.

To/from showers

To/from busses Lindvallen, Kläppen

15.

15.

1.

1.

COMPETITION AREA

TO START

COMPETITION AREA

At the Arena

1. Kiosks

2. Pizza

3. Sallad

4. Massage

5. Orienteering school

6. O-Ringen Academy

7. Miniknat / String Course

8. Child care

9. DH21 Elit

10. Medical care

11. Results

12. O-Ringen Open

13. Team Sportia

14. Club tents

15. Competition office

15. VIP/Press

COMPETITION AREA

TO START

COMPETITION AREA

At the Arena

1. Kiosks

2. Pizza

3. Sallad

4. Massage

5. Orienteering school

6. O-Ringen Academy

7. Miniknat / String Course

8. Child care

9. DH21 Elit

10. Medical care

11. Results

12. O-Ringen Open

13. Team Sportia

14. Club tents

15. Competition office

15. VIP/Press

Gustavsliften

About stage 2

With open mountains and hillsides, Day 2 in

Sälen offers several challenges. Take the opportunity

to enjoy the magical, dreamlike

views on the way to start.

The second stage uses the southern and

western slopes of Storfjället. Once you have

left the mountain birch above you, the mountainside

consists of a mixture of dense spruce

forest and more open pine forest. Here, you

will be treated to somewhat steeper terrain

and a mix of open fell and forest slope orienteering.

On the way to the start you will climb

high on the slalom hills that were used for the

popular World Cup sprint at O-Ringen 2008

and from the start you can expect an awesome

view over the arena.

Course setter Stefan Jonsson from Malungs

OK believes that the key to success on the second

day will be to master slope orienteering

and to attack the controls directly. It will be an

intense challenge for everyone. If you get lost,

it often takes longer to relocate on mountain

slopes than on other types of terrain.

Distances to start stage 2

Bagheera

CCS

Tork/SCA

Suzuki

ICA Nära Lindvallen

SIA Glass

Team Sportia

Karl Hedin

400 m

400 m

500 m

500 m

750 m

250 m

250 m

150 m

Cartographer: Kenneth Kajsajuntti

Course setter: Stefan Jonsson, Malungs OK

About stage 3

On Day 3, it will be important to keep track of

your direction in a middle distance with varying

levels of visibility, from open fell to birch

and coniferous forest.

The third competition extends southeast

of the arena, starting on the slalom pistes up

towards Storfjället. The start locations will be

the same as for Day 2, but the courses will start

in the opposite direction. Courses will have a

middle distance character, which means more

controls and more changes of direction than

on other days. The slopes consist of mountain

birch, which gradually turns into coniferous

forest where visibility is more limited.

Beautiful mountain marshland

– There is some beautiful mountain marshland,

both on the open fell and in the forest

areas, that can be either light or heavy to run

Märtaliften

on depending on the amount of rainfall, says

course setter Mats Jönsson from Korsnäs IF OK.

My big challenge is setting good courses for

the easiest classes. We will build an expanded

network of handrails in the area, either by

303:an

making new paths, or taping routes to create

the right level of difficulty.

Distances to start stage 3

Bagheera

CCS

Tork/SCA

Suzuki

ICA Nära Lindvallen

SIA Glass

Team Sportia

Karl Hedin

500 m

500 m

600 m

600 m

850 m

350 m

350 m

250 m

Cartographer: Kenneth Kajsajuntti

Course setter: Mats Jönsson, Kornäs IF OK


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Stage 4 - Biking Dalarna Stage

ARENA LINDVALLEN

Stage 5 - SJ Stage

ARENA LINDVALLEN

BUSSES

9.

18.

TO START

7. 8.

5.

14.

11.

6.

2.

1.

1.

13.

16. 3.

4.

17.

15.

12.

At the Arena

1. Kiosks

2. Pizza

3. Sallad

4. Massage

5. Orienteering school

6. O-Ringen Academy

7. Miniknat / String Course

8. Child care

9. DH21 Elit

10. To medical care

11. Results

12. O-Ringen Open

13. Team Sportia

14. Club tents

15. Competition office

16. VIP/Press

17. Radio O-Ringen

18. Scene

Distances to the Arena

Bus: 600 m

Bike parking: 200-400 m

Car parking: 500-2000 m

BUSSES

9.

18.

7. 8.

5.

14.

11.

6.

2.

1.

1.

13.

16. 3.

4.

17.

15.

12.

At the Arena

1. Kiosks

2. Pizza

3. Sallad

4. Massage

5. Orienteering school

6. O-Ringen Academy

7. Miniknat / String Course

8. Child care

9. DH21 Elit

10. To medical care

11. Results

12. O-Ringen Open

13. Team Sportia

14. Club tents

15. Competition office

16. VIP/Press

17. Radio O-Ringen

18. Scene

Distances to the Arena

Bus: 600 m

Bike parking: 200-400 m

Car parking: 500-2000 m

10.

10.

1.

TO START

1.

TO START

1.

TO START

1.

Distances to start stage 4

Bagheera

1350 m +lift 10 min +50 m

CCS

1350 m + lift 10 min + 200 m

Tork/SCA

550 m + lift 10 min + 50 m

Suzuki

1350 m + lift 10 min + 350 m

ICA Nära Lindvallen 550 m + lift 10 min +100 m

SIA Glass

550 m + lift 10 min +100 m

Team Sportia 0 m + lift 10 min +100 m

Karl Hedin 0 m + lift 10 min +100 m

Lift to start

Every competitor has the possibility to take

the ski lift to start, it takes approximately 10

minutes. We recommend you to take som

extra time and be prepared for ques.

Mountain Finish for D45K-D55K and DH60

and older on stage 4

These classes has their finish for stage 4 on

the mountain, in the upper part of the ski

slopes. You can read more about it in the

competition information.

About stage 4

A chair lift to the start, fast terrain on the

mountain and slalom orienteering to the finish.

It might be good to train downhill running

before Day 4.

On Day 4 we have a change of arena and

move down to O-Ringen City in Lindvallen.

Here, chair lifts will be waiting to transport you

to the start, from Gustavtorget to Snögubben,

and to orienteering on Sälfjället, one of Sälenfjällen’s

most interesting orienteering areas.

Here, there is a denser path network for the

easier courses as well as detailed hillsides with

valleys and ridges, which together provide an

exciting technical challenge. Course setter Johan

Hallgren from Bjursås is known for his meticulous

and well-designed courses. His previous

courses include the 2015 Swedish League

at Bjursås. Johan thinks that Day 4 will be quick

when large parts of the area offer high speed,

and when competitors are now beginning to

develop an orienteering technique that is effective

on open fells. The courses will finish by

taking you down the hill over Lindvallen’s ski

slopes, which requires extra training at downhill

running for those who want to push hard

all the way to the finish. With the final controls

in the forest areas between the pistes, however,

the finish may be more akin to a technical

slalom course rather than a downhill course.

For those who are not in so much of a hurry,

we recommend a short break before heading

down the hill. On a beautiful summer day,

there are panoramic views from the top of the

mountain.

Cartographer: Kenneth Kajsajuntti

Course setter: Johan Hallgren, Bjursås OK

Gustavsliften

Incorrect control description

Due to a technical error, some classes have

Gustavsliften

wrong class designation on the control

description printed on the map on Day 4.

The loose control description is correct. the

class designation is also printed on a separate

place on the map.

Märtaliften

303:an

Märtaliften

About stage 5

A test of physical strength will conclude O-Ringen.

Hard training will help here, where the

terrain is heavy and hilly, a tough conclusion

to the week in Sälen.

The terrain on the final day is an old favourite

from Day 5 in 2008 and stands out among

the others in that there will not be any open

mountain orienteering. Instead, you will face

some glorious forest terrain with many marshes

separating smaller hills. If the week is kind

until now, the final day of the O-Ringen week

will be a physical test and all classes will climb

through soft, marshy terrain in the final part of

the courses.

Chasing start for most classes

Course setter Hans Andersson also set the

courses when O-Ringen took place in Dalarna

in 1999. The final stage will be a chasing start

for most classes, which means the overall leader

starts first, and the first to the finish in each

class

303:an

will be the overall winner.

Cartographer: Kenneth Kajsajuntti

Course setter: Hans Andersson,

Västerbergslagens OL

Distances to start stage 5

Bagheera

1700 m

CCS

1700 m

Tork/SCA

1550 m

Suzuki

1400 m

ICA Nära Lindvallen 1300 m

SIA Glass

1400 m

Team Sportia 1300 m

Karl Hedin

1200 m


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Competition information for foot orienteering

Competition rules

The International Orienteering Federation’s

(IOF) and the Swedish Orienteering Federation’s

(SOFT) latest rules apply, in addition

to the rules in this competition information.

You participate in O-Ringen at your own risk.

O-Ringen AB has taken out insurance for any

circumstances that would affect all participants

and the general public. Excepting this,

O-Ringen AB cannot be held responsible for

any injury you may suffer during the event.

Traffic

Competitors must follow general traffic instructions

and must follow the directions of

traffic officials in all circumstances. You must

cycle on the recommended cycle lanes as

shown in ”Travel during O-Ringen Sälen”,

which is available in this programme booklet,

online and on the O-Ringen app.

Race numbers & hired SI cards

Each participant must collect his or her race

number and any hired SI cards from the competition

office at O-Ringen Square by 21.00 on

Saturday. Any uncollected race materials can be

collected at the competition office at the Day

1 Arena. The same race numbers must be used

on all five days, with the exception of senior elite

classes (DH21 Elite 1) and the 15 first starters on

Day 5 in classes with chasing starts. These competitors

will receive a new race number corresponding

to their overall position after the first 4

days of competition. Competitors who have lost

their race number must buy a new one at the

competition office for a cash payment of 50 SEK.

Competition office at O-Ringen Square

At the competition office you can collect race

material, register for open classes and buy

training maps and tickets to the O-Ringen party.

The telephone number for the competition

office is +46 771 49 90 00.

Elite classes, selection and withdrawals

Elite classes will be selected in accordance

with guidelines at www.oringen.se, which

are also displayed at the competition office

at O-Ringen Square. Runners selected for elite

classes, reserve lists and vacancy lists will also

be published here. Withdrawals from elite

classes must be submitted as soon as possible

to elit@oringen.se. Withdrawals submitted

before 15.00 on Sunday 23 July will result in

the competitor being replaced by a reserve.

No reserves will be appointed for withdrawals

submitted after this time.

Reserve lists for each elite class will be published

at www.oringen.se. In order to allow

promotion to the Elite class, competitors on the

reserve list must register their interest to elit@

oringen.se by 15.00 on Saturday 23 July at the latest.

Please note that it is possible to confirm your

interest before Saturday 23 July. It is the responsibility

of the competitor to confirm their interest.

Maps

For competition classes DH15–DH21 (with the

exception of DH16 Kort), the map scale is 1:15

000, apart from on Day 4, when the map scale

is 1:10 000. For classes DH60 and older, the

map scale is 1:7 500 on all days. For other classes,

the map scale is 1:10 000 on all days. Competitors

on Open 7 can also choose the scale

1:7 500, subject to availability. On Days 1-3, the

1:7 500 maps are offset litho printed, and on

Days 4-5 they are laser printed. All other maps

are offset litho printed on paper. All maps are

in plastic map bags. The course is overprinted

in purple. You will be allowed to keep your

map after you finish but please remember

that competition rules do not allow the provision

of information about the terrain, map or

course to competitors who are yet to start. It is

also against competition rules to gain an unfair

advantage against other competitors. We

therefore request that you do not show your

map to competitors who have not yet started!

A map showing the course for each class

will be displayed on each competition day

from 16.00 on the map board, next to the results

board at O-Ringen Square.

Colour printed shadowing maps are available

for the Induction, U1 and U2 classes.

Any map corrections will be displayed at

the relevant starts, in the affected start lanes.

Tapes in the terrain

Indistinct paths are taped with white tapes.

Out of bounds areas are taped with yellow/

blue tapes.

Out of bounds areas

All private gardens are out of bounds. Please

respect this before, during and after the competition.

Other out of bounds areas will be

marked on the map with purple overprint and

in the terrain with blue and yellow tapes. If the

out of bounds area on the map is marked with

a continuous boundary, the tapes are continuous

in the terrain. If it is marked with a dashed

boundary, it is marked with short pieces of tape

hanging in the terrain. If the area has no boundary,

there are no tapes in the terrain. Entering

any of these areas will lead to disqualification.

Control descriptions

Control descriptions are printed on the map

and are also available loose at the start. Control

descriptions follow the latest IOF norms.

Controls

Controls are marked in the terrain with orange

and white flags and can be very close together.

Please check control codes carefully! The

control code is displayed beside the punching

unit on the top of the control. Controls must

be visited in the correct order.

Refreshment points

Water will be available on the route to the start

on Days 1, 4 and 5, in the competition area on

Days 1, 2, 4 and 5, and at the finish. The location

of refreshment points in the terrain will be

marked on the map with a purple cup. In order

to minimize ”waste volume,” competitors are requested

to leave used drinks cups upside-down

on the stakes at the refreshment points.

Toilets

There are toilets at the arena and on the way

to the start on Days 1, 4 and 5. On days 2 and 3

there are toilets at the arena only.

Clothing and shoes

In accordance with SOFT’s competition rules, all

competitors must wear full body cover. Clothes

may not have tears or holes. Competitors are responsible

for following these competition rules

when they enter their start lane. Start personnel

may refuse to let runners start if they do not follow

these competition rules. There are self-service

stations at the start for taping clothing.

Spiked shoes are forbidden on all days. Violation

will lead to disqualification. Shoes with rubber

studs and metal dobs are permitted.

Electronic punching

The SportIdent electronic timing system will

be used. You can find more information about

SI cards in the ”Start” and ”Finish” sections of

this competition information. You can find information

about hired SI cards under ”Hired

SI cards”.

GPS units and tracking

GPS units may be used in elite classes. The runners

selected to carry GPS will be decided the

evening before each race.

All courses will be available for analysis using

the Livelox GPS service after the competition

has finished.

Shadowing

Shadowing is permitted in the Induction class,

U-classes and Open classes. Runners competing

in ranking classes, i.e. DH18, DH20 and DH21,

may not shadow others before their own race.

Start

On the route to the start

All competitors must wear an official race

number on their chest in order to start. No part

of the number may be folded or covered.

On your race number and in the class summary

in this programme booklet, you can see

which start you will use and the distance to

this start. Please ensure that you have the correct

SI card! Your SI card number is on the card

itself and on your race number. On the way to

the start, you will pass a place where you can

clear your SI card by inserting it into the clear

unit, marked “töm”. When you have held your

card in place for a few seconds, you will hear

and/or see a sound/light signal. The SI card’s

memory is now empty and there is space for

all the punches in the day’s competition.

On Days 2 and 3 there is a lot of climb from

the arena to the start. Remember to leave

plenty of time to get to the start.

Lift to the start on Day 4

On Day 4, all competitors have the chance to

take a chairlift to the start. Three different lifts

will be used. Make sure that you take the correct

lift. You can find more information in the

programme for Day 4.

In the event of bad weather the organizers

may close the lifts, which will mean that competitors

must walk to the start. The routes will

then follow the lift routes.

Distances to the start for Day 4 are provided

in the form x+y metres, where x is the distance

from the arena to the lift and y is the distance

from the top of the lift to the start. The lift journey

itself takes 10-15 minutes.

Remember to leave plenty of time to get to the start!

Wrong or lost SI cards

Before you start, check that you have the correct

SI card and that the number on the SI

card corresponds to the one printed on your

race number. If you arrive at the start with the

wrong SI card or without an SI card, you must

hire an SI card at the start and you will be debited

in accordance with ”Rules for SI cards”. This

procedure takes some time and you may miss

your start time. Hired cards must be returned

after you finish and paid for at the competition

office at the arena.

Competitor responsibilities at the start

• To arrive at the correct time with a cleared SI

card and the correct race number

• To start with the correct SI card. If you have

forgotten you SI card, you must use an SI

card issued by the start personnel.

• To take a map from the correct box and to

check that the map has the correct class

printed on it. The class is printed on the

front of the map, above the control descriptions,

and also in larger writing in one of the

bottom corners on the front of the map. Unfortunately,

some runners are disqualified

every year due to taking the wrong map.

Late starts

Competitors arriving late to the start must ask

for help from the start personnel at the side of

the lanes. You will be granted a late start up to

30 minutes after your start time. Your race time

will be calculated from your original start time.

The last ordinary start time is 13.30. Late starts

are not granted in classes with open starts. In

classes with open minute starts (short classes),

late starts are not granted to competitors arriving

after 13.30.

Start procedures for timed start classes Days 1–4

3 minutes before your start time: Your ”Go Forward

Time” is displayed on the clock and you

may enter the correct lane for your class. Signs

will show you the correct lane. Your SI card will

then be checked, to make sure that you have

come forward at the correct time and that you

have the correct SI card. If you have the wrong

SI card you will not be allowed to run with it

you must step to the side to hire a card from

the organizers. The check punch establishes

whether you have cleared the card, which is

confirmed by the card emitting a light and/or

sound signal. If the card has not been cleared,

there is an extra clearing unit at the start. The

check punch confirms that you have been at

the start. This punch and the finish punch are

necessary for checking whether you have arrived

safely at the finish.

2 minutes before your start time: Continue

to the next box, where you can take your lose

control descriptions. Control descriptions are

also printed on the map.

1 minute before your start time for elite classes,

DH18 and older: Competitors may go to the

map box and prepare to take their map. Please

note! It is the competitor’s responsibility to

take the correct map. It is not permitted to

study the map before the start signal. At the

next start signal (1 minute after entering the

box), you may take your map and continue to

the start point.

1 minute before your start time for classes

DH16 and younger: Competitors may go to

the map box, pick up their map and look at it.

Please note! It is the competitor’s responsibility

to take the correct map. Competitors may

then go to the start line and wait for the start

signal. While you wait, you can look at the map.

At the next start signal (1 minute after entering

the box), you may continue to the start point.

For younger classes, there are personnel at the

start point to help with reading the map.

The route to the start point is taped and is a

part of your course.

Start procedures for classes with open minute

starts, Days 1-4

On Days 1-4, all short classes from DH17-20

and up have an open minute start. This means

that provided there is a competitor at the start,

one competitor/class may start on each whole

minute. For those competing in classes with

open minute starts, this means that you are

not allocated a start time for Days 1-4. Go to

the start when you want between 8.30 and

13.30. In classes with an open minute start,

you will not be permitted to start if you arrive

at the start after 13.30. When you want to start,

stand in the correct queue for your class.

3 minutes before your start time: When you

are first in the queue, at the next minute you

can go forward into the lane for your class.

Signs will show you the correct lane. Your SI

card will then be checked, to make sure that

you have come forward at the correct time

and that you have the correct SI card. If you

have the wrong SI card you will not be allowed

to run with it you must step to the side to hire

a card from the organizers. The check punch

establishes whether you have cleared the card,

which is confirmed by the card emitting a light

and/or sound signal. If the card has not been

cleared, there is an extra clearing unit at the

start. The check punch confirms that you have

been at the start. This punch and the finish

punch are necessary for checking whether

you have arrived safely at the finish.

2 minutes before your start time: Continue

to the next box, where you can take your lose

control descriptions. Control descriptions are

also printed on the map.

1 minute before your start time: Competitors

may go to the map box and prepare to take

their map. Please note! It is the competitor’s

responsibility to take the correct map. It is not

permitted to study the map before the start

signal. At the next start signal (1 minute after

entering the box), you may take your map and

continue to the start point.

If you forget to punch at the start, your start

time will be calculated from your check punch

and you will lose time. The route to the start is

taped and is a part of your course.

Start procedures for classes with open starts,

Days 1–5

Induction, U1, U2, O-Ringen Open 1–12 and

Challenge classes as well as Motion classes

have open starts, so-called punching starts.

Competitors in these classes are not assigned

a start time on Day 1–5. O-Ringen Challenge

has an open start on Day 1 and 3. O-Ringen

2-days has an open start on Day 4 and a chasing

start on Day 5.

When you would like to start, stand in the

queue for your class. When you are first in the

queue, your SI card will be checked. You will

also be checked to make sure you have the

correct SI card. The time your SI card is checked

is registered on your card as a safety measure,

in case you forget to punch at the start. This

punch and the finish punch are necessary for

checking whether you have arrived safely at

the finish. After these checks, you may continue

forward to your loose control descriptions,

which are also printed on your map. Then you

may continue to the map holder for your class

and take your map. Please note! It is the competitor’s

responsibility to take the correct map.

After you have taken the correct map, continue

to the start line. Once you have passed the

start line, you must punch at one of the start

units. If you forget to punch at the start, your

start time will be calculated from your check

punch and you will lose time. The route to the

start point is taped and is a part of your course.

Start procedures for days with mass starts, Days 2 and 4

O-Ringen Challenge has a mass start on Days

2 and 4. These will take place at the usual

start at 10.00 for the 10 km and 10.15 for the

5 km class. Competitors assemble at the start

around 10-15 minutes before the start and

enter the correct lane for their class. Here, SI

cards will be checked and you will be checked

to make sure that you have come forward at

the correct time and that you have the correct

SI card with you. After these checks, you may

continue to your loose control descriptions,

which are also printed on the map.

With 2 minutes to go, competitors may

enter the start box. Your map will be on the

ground face down, with your race number visible

on the back of the map. Stand behind your

map. You may not touch your map before the

start signal. Please note! It is the competitor’s

responsibility to take the correct map. When

the start signal is given, you may take your map

and continue to the start point. The route to the

start point is taped and is a part of your course.

Start procedures for classes with chasing starts, Day 5

On Day 5, there will be a chasing start for all

main and short classes except DH10, and for

Challenge and 2-days classes. A chasing start

means that the runner with the best overall

time starts first. Others in the class start at

a time after this, corresponding to the time

they are behind the leader in the overall

standings. Competitors who are over 90 minutes

after the leader or who have not completed

all the races start afterwards at 15-second

intervals. The first 15 in each class with a

chasing start must wear a special race number

displaying their class and position after the

first 4 days. These numbers will be available

to collect at the start. Other competitors wear

their ordinary race number. Around 3 minutes

before your start time, you will be called up

to check your SI card. You may then continue

forward. When your start time (hours, minutes

and seconds) is displayed on the start clock,

you may then take your map and continue to

the start point. Please note! It is the competitor’s

responsibility to take the correct map

Start procedures for classes without chasing

starts, Day 5

Motion, Induction, U1–U2, and O-Ringen

Open 1–12 have an open start every day, including

Day 5.

Classes DH10 have timed minute starts, i.e. the

same start procedure as on Days 1–4, on Day 5.

Punching at controls

When you punch at each control, check for

a sound and/or light signal from the control

unit. Please pay extra attention if another competitor

punches at the same time at a nearby

unit, so that you do not confuse this unit’s signal

with your own punching. To be safe, you

can punch more than once. Only the first correct

punch will be saved on the card when you

punch more than once in succession at the

same control. If you cannot register a punch

with your SI card after repeated attempts, use

the pin punch on the control unit. Punching

with a pin punch must be done in the reserve

boxes on your map.

Remember to punch at the last control, which

is near the entrance to the finish lanes. You must

carry your SI card round the entire course. A lost

SI card will result in disqualification, even if you

punched with a pin punch for the controls you

visited after you lost your SI card.

Competitor responsibilities when punching

• To punch at the correct controls in the correct

order

• To wait for the light/sound signal from your

own punch to be sure it has registered

• To punch manually in the reserve box using

the pin punch if no signal is seen or heard

• To carry your SI card from start to finish,

even if you use any of the pin punches.

Finish

Run-in and finish punch

The run-in consists of several lanes. On your

race number, you will find the name that corresponds

to your finish lane. Your finish lane is

a part of your course. Running in the wrong

lane may lead to disqualification. All competitors

must punch at the finish. Please note that

the finish line and finish punches are a few

metres before the finish tent, so you can see

them when you run into the finish.

Finish for DH80 and older on Days 1–3

Classes DH80 and older have their finish line

at the last control on Days 1-3. After this, competitors

must continue down the run-in to

download their SI card and must also punch

when they cross the finish line, though this will

not affect their race time. On Day 5, however,

the finish procedure is the same as for other

classes.

Finish D45K-D55K and DH60 and older on Day 4

Classes D45K-D55K and all classes from DH60

and older have their finish up on the mountain

on Day 4, “Fjällmålet” (“Mountain Finish”).

All runners with this finish receive their time

when punching at this finish (in contrast to

DH80 and older for Days 1-3).

After punching at the finish, all runners with

Fjällmålet must go down to the ordinary finish,

walk/run in their lane, and then punch at the

finish line and thereafter download your SI card.

Please note that the time between Fjällmålet and

the ordinary finish is not included in your time.

The ordinary finish at Arena Lindvallen can

be seen from Fjällmålet and is located 900

meters steep downhill. As an option, you can

walk up the mountain, 400 meters/60 height

meters, and take the lift down. Please note that

finish punch and SI card download still must

take place in the ordinary finish.

Split time print-outs, red exit, etc are all handled

at the ordinary finish.

Runners not downloading their SI cards at

the ordinary finish are disqualified.

Chasing start finish

For classes with a chasing start on the last day,

final positions will be determined by the order

in which the finish line is passed and the finish

units are further along the finish lane. In tight

sprint finishes, finish line judges will determine

the order in which runners may punch the finish

units. In order to allow fair sprint finishes,

there are two lanes for elite classes. Competitors

choose either the left- or right-hand lane

and may not then change lanes once they

have chosen.

SI Download

After you finish, continue to the finish tent to

download the contents of you SI card onto the

computer system.

If you have not completed your course

Competitors who do not complete their

course must report to the finish and download

their SI card as soon as possible. If for any

reason, e.g. injury, this is not possible, the competitor’s

race number must be reported immediately

to the competition office either at

the arena or at O-Ringen Square. A search will

be organized for any competitors who are not

accounted for at the end of the competition.

Maximum time

On Days 1, 2, 4 and 5, the maximum race time

is 2.5 hours. On Day 3 (middle distance) the

maximum time is 2 hours. If you are out longer,

you have not completed the competition.

Red exit

If you use a pin punch at any control, please

use the ”Red exit”, where your punch will be

checked manually. You will also be directed

to the red exit if the personnel at the ordinary

download find something wrong with your SI

card. You can also use the red exit to report any

technical problems, e.g. if a control unit does

not work how it should. All disqualifications

are shown in the results list.

Returning hired SI cards

Hired SI cards must be returned after you finish.

Please see ”Rules for SI cards”.

Clubs’ responsibilities for incomplete races

Each club must ensure their members understand

and comply with rules regarding retiring

from a course. Clear neglect of this may lead to

the competitor’s club being required to provide

remuneration equivalent to the cost of a search.

Competitor responsibilities at the finish

• To use the correct finish lane. The name of

your lane is printed on your race number.

• To punch at the end of the lane, whether or

not you have completed the course.

• To download your SI card, even if you have

not finished the race

• To return hired SI cards

• To ensure that any punch in a reserve box is

checked at the red exit

Results

Results for all runners and classes will be displayed

on the digital results screens in the arena,

including all disqualifications. A list of the

day’s winners in all classes will be displayed from

around 17.30 on the results board at O-Ringen

Square. Full results lists will be published at

around 19.00 on the results board at O-Ringen

Square. Club results lists can be printed out by a

club representative at the competition office at

O-Ringen Square from 19.00. All results and split

times will be published on oringenonline.com,

once they are ready.

Results will be updated continuously at

www.oringenonline.com during the competition.

These results are preliminary.

Prize giving ceremonies

Please see the section, ”Programme and Ceremonies”

earlier in the programme booklet.

Protests

Any protest of a technical nature (e.g. results

and mispunches) against the decision of the

competition organizers must be submitted

to the competition office at the Arena or at

O-Ringen Square, at the latest 2 hours after

the decision in question has been announced.

Competition jury

Mats Blom (Chair), Magnus Albinsson

(O-Ringen Värmland 2017) and Jan Åhlund

(O-Ringen Höga Kusten 2018).

Race directors

Jan Troeng (Competition director O-Ringen AB)

and Alf Larsson (Competition director O-Ringen

Sälen).

Competition badge

SOFT’s competition badge can be earned in

competition classes, recreational classes and

open classes on Days 1–4.

Rules for SI cards

It is the responsibility of the competitor to take

the correct SI card to the start. The SI card you

are registered with is written clearly on your

race number. If you have the wrong SI card at

the start, you must hire a card there in order

to be able to compete. If you have lost your

SI card in the forest, you will not have a valid

result for that race, even if you have punched

the map. Competition rules state that SI cards

must be carried for the entire competition.

Your SI card is personal to you, even if you

have hired it for the week or for just one day. Only

one SI card may be used per competitor per day.

If you compete using another competitor’s

SI card, you will be disqualified from that race.

Never lend out your SI card to anyone else to

run an Open course, it will result in this person

being disqualified. If you have pre-registered

for O-Ringen 5-Days, you may not run an Open

course with your own SI card. If you would like

to run an Open course on one day instead of

your ordinary course, you must hire an SI card

at O-Ringen Open registration.

Hired SI cards

Hired SI cards are issued in race envelopes,

which can be collected at the competition

office along with other competition materials.

Temporary SI hire

If a competitor has forgotten their SI card for

one day, a card can be hired temporarily. You

can hire a card at the arena’s competition office

or at the start. A rental contract applies.

Only this SI card may be used by this competitor

on this day.

Fees for SI hire

It costs 70 SEK/day to hire an SI card from the

competition office, which is paid immediately.

If you hire a card for the whole week at the

competition office, the fee is 260 SEK/week,

which is paid immediately. Any unpaid hire

fees will be debited to the competitor or to

those responsible for registration.

Lost SI cards

Competitors who have lost their own SI card can

hire a new card for the remaining days at the

competition office. Competitors who have hired

their SI card for the whole week and lose this

card must first pay 600 SEK for the lost card at the

competition office. A new card can then be hired

for the remaining days. The hire fee is 70 SEK per

day, which must be paid immediately.

Returning hired SI cards

After finishing Day 5, all hired SI cards will be collected.

If you have hired your card for one day,

you must return it when you finish on that day.

Unreturned hired SI cards

Unreturned hired SI cards will be debited at

600 SEK. Any unpaid SI hire fees will be debited

to the competitor or to those responsible

for registration.

Blacklist

Unreturned hired SI cards will be added to

SportIdent’s blacklist of lost SI cards and may

not be used at competitions in the future.


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Competition data

Class Day1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Start E5 Map scale

Till start 950 400 500 1350+50 1700

D18E 6 300 6 300 3 500 6 500 5 700 08:50 1:15 000

D18E-2 6 000 6 000 3 400 5 600 5 200 10:40 1:15 000

D20E 7 600 6 900 4 100 7 100 6 700 11:30 1:15 000

D20E-2 6 200 6 100 3 400 6 100 5 600 11:10 1:15 000

D21E 10 300 10 000 2 400 10 400 9 400 11:45 1:15 000

D21E-2 8 800 8 500 4 400 8 600 8 400 08:45 1:15 000

H18E 8 100 7 700 4 000 7 700 7 100 08:55 1:15 000

H18E-2 7 000 7 300 3 500 7 000 6 700 09:03 1:15 000

H20E 10 600 10 300 4 500 10 400 9 400 09:30 1:15 000

H20E-2 9 400 9 200 4 100 9 100 8 600 10:50 1:15 000

H21E 13 900 13 600 2 900 14 100 12 800 11:50 1:15 000

H21E-2 12 900 11 900 4 700 12 500 11 600 08:50 1:15 000

Class Day1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Start E5 Map scale

Till start 950 400 500 1350+200 1700

D18 5 300 5 400 3 200 5 200 4 900 10:25 1:15 000

D20 5 700 5 600 3 300 5 600 5 400 10:23 1:15 000

D21-1 7 600 7 300 3 700 7 000 6 800 08:30 1:15 000

D21-2 7 300 7 200 3 700 7 000 6 800 09:20 1:15 000

D35 6 100 6 200 3 500 6 100 6 100 08:38 1:10 000

D40 5 000 5 400 3 400 5 100 4 800 10:30 1:10 000

D45 4 600 4 900 3 200 4 600 4 500 08:32 1:10 000

H18 6 500 6 400 3 400 6 600 6 200 11:25 1:15 000

H20 7 700 7 300 3 500 7 800 7 400 11:30 1:15 000

H21-1 10 200 10 100 4 600 10 200 9 400 09:30 1:15 000

H21-2 10 400 10 100 4 700 10 200 9 500 09:25 1:15 000

H35 8 400 8 000 4 400 8 000 7 800 10:33 1:10 000

H40 7 600 7 600 4 100 7 700 7 500 08:40 1:10 000

H45-1 6 800 6 900 4 000 6 500 6 600 09:35 1:10 000

H45-2 6 900 6 900 3 900 6 500 6 600 11:30 1:10 000

Class Day1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Start E5 Map scale

Till start 1000 500 600 550+50 1550

ChD10 9 600 7 400 8 300 10 000 9 800 08:35 1:15 000

ChD5 5 000 5 700 4 900 5 900 4 800 10:40 1:10 000

ChH10 9 700 7 600 8 800 10 300 9 900 09:00 1:15 000

ChH5 5 000 5 700 5 100 6 400 4 800 11:29 1:10 000

D17-20K 4 300 4 700 2 900 4 400 4 300 08:36 1:10 000

D50 4 200 4 300 3 100 4 000 3 900 11:29 1:10 000

D55 3 900 3 900 2 900 3 800 3 700 08:31 1:10 000

D60 3 400 3 900 2 600 3 500 3 200 09:20 1:7 500

D65 3 200 3 800 2 500 3 400 3 100 10:30 1:7 500

D70 2 900 3 400 2 500 3 000 3 000 11:10 1:7 500

D75 2 800 3 100 2 000 3 000 2 900 09:02 1:7 500

H17-20K 5 600 5 600 3 300 5 600 5 100 09:25 1:10 000

H50-1 6 300 6 200 3 700 6 200 5 800 10:55 1:10 000

H50-2 6 000 6 200 3 600 6 200 5 800 08:50 1:10 000

H55 5 500 5 900 3 400 5 600 5 200 11:05 1:10 000

H60 5 000 5 400 3 300 5 200 4 700 11:34 1:7 500

H65 4 700 4 800 3 200 4 500 4 100 08:35 1:7 500

H70 4 000 4 000 2 900 4 000 3 700 08:32 1:7 500

H75 3 500 3 900 2 900 3 600 3 300 11:10 1:7 500

Class Day1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Start E5 Map scale

Till start 900 500 600 1350+350 1400

D21K-1 5 200 5 400 3 300 5 000 4 700 11:35 1:15 000

D21K-2 5 300 5 400 3 400 5 000 4 800 08:45 1:15 000

D35K 4 600 4 700 3 200 4 600 4 400 09:41 1:10 000

D40K-1 4 100 4 500 3 100 4 100 4 100 08:30 1:10 000

D40K-2 4 000 4 200 3 200 4 100 4 100 09:25 1:10 000

D45K-1 3 400 3 700 3 100 3 600 3 500 09:55 1:10 000

D45K-2 3 400 3 900 3 100 3 600 3 500 09:45 1:10 000

D50K 3 100 3 300 2 700 3 200 3 220 12:00 1:10 000

D55K 3 100 3 100 2 500 3 200 3 000 10:20 1:10 000

D60K 3 100 3 300 2 300 3 200 2 900 10:25 1:7 500

D65K 2 800 3 100 2 300 3 000 2 900 10:15 1:7 500

D70K 2 500 2 800 2 300 2 600 2 500 08:35 1:7 500

H21K-1 8 100 7 700 4 100 8 000 7 800 10:50 1:15 000

H21K-2 8 000 7 800 4 100 7 800 7 800 08:55 1:15 000

H35K 6 600 6 500 4 000 6 700 6 200 08:30 1:10 000

H40K-1 6 100 6 200 3 600 6 000 5 700 08:48 1:10 000

H40K-2 6 400 6 400 3 600 6 100 5 800 10:45 1:10 000

H45K-1 5 200 5 300 3 600 5 200 4 900 10:45 1:10 000

H45K-2 5 100 5 400 3 600 5 000 5 000 11:15 1:10 000

H50K-1 4 600 4 900 3 300 4 600 4 600 12:05 1:10 000

H50K-2 4 500 4 900 3 200 4 600 4 600 11:45 1:10 000

H55K 4 200 4 700 3 000 4 500 4 500 11:48 1:10 000

H60K 3 800 4 600 2 900 4 100 3 700 11:20 1:7 500

H65K 3 400 3 800 2 800 3 700 3 500 09:16 1:7 500

H70K 3 000 3 100 2 700 3 000 2 800 09:11 1:7 500

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Class Day1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Start E5 Map scale

Till start 800 750 850 550+100 1300

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Lindvallen

2d Difficult - - - 5 000 5 200 12:00 1:10 000

2d Easy - - - 3 700 3 600 11:29 1:10 000

2d Men - - - 7 100 7 100 08:35 1:10 000

2d Middle - - - 4 300 4 100 11:00 1:10 000

2d Women - - - 5 100 5 100 09:08 1:10 000

D80 2 500 2 500 1 800 2 600 2 500 11:45 1:7 500

D85 2 100 2 400 1 600 2 400 2 500 09:00 1:7 500

D90 1 800 2 000 1 200 2 100 2 000 08:50 1:7 500

D95 1 300 1 600 1 100 1 500 1 800 08:55 1:7 500

H80 3 000 2 900 2 000 3 200 2 900 11:28 1:7 500

H85 2 800 2 500 1 900 3 000 2 900 10:56 1:7 500

H90 1 900 2 200 1 200 1 800 2 000 09:08 1:7 500

H95 1 500 1 400 1 100 1 600 1 800 09:10 1:7 500

Map scales

Please note that the column "Map scale"

shows the scale for the long distances (Day 1-2

and Day 4-5). On Day 3, all classes have scale

1:10 000, except from DH60 and older who

have 1:7 500 and DH21 Elit who run sprint with

map scale 1:4 000.

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Class Day1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Start E5 Map scale

Till start 800 250 350 550+100 1400

D21M 4 400 4 700 3 100 4 600 4 500 - 1:10 000

D35M 3 900 4 000 2 900 3 900 4 000 - 1:10 000

D40M 3 800 3 900 2 700 4 000 3 800 - 1:10 000

D45M 3 700 3 700 2 400 3 600 3 600 - 1:10 000

D50M 3 500 3 600 2 300 3 600 3 400 - 1:10 000

D55M 3 200 3 200 2 100 2 900 3 100 - 1:10 000

D60M 3 200 3 200 2 100 3 000 2 900 - 1:7 500

D65M 3 100 3 100 2 000 3 000 2 700 - 1:7 500

D70M 2 900 2 700 1 800 3 000 2 600 - 1:7 500

D80M 2 500 2 700 1 600 2 600 2 500 - 1:7 500

H21M 6 900 6 200 4 000 7 100 6 700 - 1:10 000

H35M 5 900 6 200 3 600 6 100 5 700 - 1:10 000

H40M 5 700 6 100 3 300 6 000 5 500 - 1:10 000

H45M 5 200 5 300 3 100 5 000 4 900 - 1:10 000

H50M 4 700 5 300 3 100 5 100 4 600 - 1:10 000

H55M 4 000 4 200 2 700 4 000 4 400 - 1:10 000

H60M 3 700 4 400 2 400 4 000 4 100 - 1:7 500

H65M 3 600 3 800 2 200 3 700 3 700 - 1:7 500

H70M 3 500 3 300 2 100 3 600 3 300 - 1:7 500

H80M 2 900 3 000 2 000 3 100 3 000 - 1:7 500

Open 7 3 100 2 800 3 100 3 000 3 000 - 1:10 000*

Open 8 4 700 4 400 4 600 4 500 4 500 - 1:10 000

Open 9 7 400 7 800 4 100 7 700 7 600 - 1:10 000

Open 10 4 200 3 900 4 200 4 000 3 900 - 1:10 000

Open 11 5 600 5 600 4 000 5 600 5 400 - 1:10 000

Open 12 10 000 7 700 4 500 10 300 10 000 - 1:10 000

Stage 1

Stage 2

Stage 3

Elite sprint

Stage 4

Stage 5

Course setter

Jan Gustavsson

Stefan Jonsson

Mats Jonsson

Emma Johansson

Johan Hallgren

Hans Andersson

*In Open 7 is a digtally printet map in scale 1:7 500 available.

Classes and start procedures

Class Day1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Start E5 Map scale

Till start 1000 150 250 0+50 1200

Class

Start procedure

Patrol/

Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5

Map at start line Shadowing

Inskolning, U1, U2 Free start 8.30–13.30 No

Yes

Open 1-12

No

Challenge Free start Mass start Free start Mass start Pursuit **

2-days Free start Pursuit *

No

DH21M-DH80M Free start 8.30–13.30

No

Open 12 Free start 8.30–13.30 Free start time

10.30–13:30

No

DH10

Lotted

No

DH12K-16K Lotted Pursuit *

DH11-14

DH15-16

DH 17-20K

*

*

Yes

DH18-95

DH18E2-21E2

DH18E-DH20E

DH21K-DH70K Fre minute start 8.30–13.30

DH21E

See separate information

Class Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Start E5 Map scale

Till start 1000 250 350 0+100 1300

H12 3 200 2 500 2 200 3 100 3 000 08:30 1:10 000

H13 4 000 4 000 2 900 4 100 3 800 08:30 1:10 000

D11 2 900 2 500 2 100 2 800 2 900 08:36 1:10 000

H14 4 200 4 000 3 000 4 200 3 900 08:45 1:10 000

H14K 3 000 2 700 2 200 3 000 3 000 09:30 1:10 000

D16K 4 000 3 600 2 600 4 100 4 000 09:30 1:10 000

H11 3 200 2 400 2 100 2 800 2 900 10:07 1:10 000

D13 3 900 3 600 2 700 4 200 3 800 10:05 1:10 000

D12 3 300 2 700 2 200 3 000 2 900 10:20 1:10 000

D16 4 700 4 400 3 600 4 800 4 600 10:21 1:15 000

D14 4 000 3 800 2 900 4 200 3 900 10:45 1:10 000

H15 5 600 5 200 3 500 5 400 5 400 10:40 1:15 000

H16K 4 100 3 800 2 700 3 900 4 000 11:28 1:10 000

D15 4 500 4 300 3 500 4 500 4 500 11:29 1:15 000

D14K 3 000 2 800 2 100 3 000 2 900 12:00 1:10 000

D12K 2 300 2 400 1 500 2 700 2 400 12:05 1:10 000

H12K 2 300 2 200 1 400 2 700 2 500 12:08 1:10 000

H16 5 800 5 300 3 600 5 700 5 600 11:55 1:15 000

D10 2 200 2 600 1 600 2 400 2 400 - 1:10 000

H10 2 300 2 600 1 600 2 300 2 400 - 1:10 000

Inskolning 1 700 2 200 1 300 1 900 1 700 - 1:10 000

U1 2 000 2 400 1 400 1 800 1 900 - 1:10 000

U2 2 700 2 600 1 500 2 500 2 400 - 1:10 000

Open 1 2 800 2 500 1 400 2 400 2 400 - 1:10 000

Open 2 3 800 3 600 3 500 3 800 3 600 - 1:10 000

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Open 3 3 200 3 000 2 600 3 000 3 000 - 1:10 000

Open 4 4 800 4 400 3 000 4 900 4 900 - 1:10 000

Open 5 3 600 3 100 3 300 3 800 3 400 - 1:10 000

Open 6 5 900 6 000 3 400 6 100 5 700 - 1:10 000

Make your own page and follow your friends,

team mates and competitors results in

O‐Ringen via your computer or mobile device.

oringenonline.com

radi ringen

Lindvallen 107.5 MHz

Stöten 92.9 MHz

oringen.se

* Map at start line on stage 5

** Map at start line on stage 2,4 & 5


MAIN PARTNER

HOST

COMPETITION PARTNERS

Sälen

Lindvallen

Sälen Sälen

Lindvallen

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ippa glasögon

ig!”

ACTIVITY PARTNERS

behandlas!

glasögon redan

a frågor och få

el.

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behandlingar

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Från

per månad

ning redan idag

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PARTNERS

2011-03-17

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