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Irish Orienteering Championships - Individual Days

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Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd May 2020

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Entries Open
Sunday 1st December 2019
Entries Close
Tuesday 17th March 2020
Entries so Far
219 Participants
Entry Fees

Sprint:
   Adult - €15.00 (€20.00 from 1st March)
   Child - €7.50 (€12.50 from 1st March)
   Unwaged - €11.25 (€16.25 from 1st March)
   Family* - €37.50 (€52.50 from 1st March)

Middle Distance / Long Distace 'Classic' (per Day):
   Senior - €20.00 (€25.00 from 1st March)
   Junior - €10.00 (€15.00 from 1st March)
   Unwaged 
- €15.00 (€20.00 from 1st March)
   Family* - €50.00 (€65.00 from 1st March)

* A Family is made up of 2 adults and any number of children. Please select the Family Entry options for each day.

Contact
Entries Secretary - Fergal Buckley
Phone
+353863306932

Kerry Orienteers welcomes you to the 2020 Irish Orienteering Championships:

Friday 1st May – Sprint Race at Muckross House Estate

Saturday 2nd May – Middle Distance Race at Cappanalea

Sunday 3rd May – Long Distance (Classic) Race at Crohane Lake

Monday 4th May – Relay at Knockeer House Estate - see seperate entry page on SiEntries list

Entry Information - Please note that if you are an M/W 21, 20 or 18 competitor the only championship courses are M/W21E, M/W20E and M/W18E.

Two open pre-entry non-championship courses will be available. These are identified in the entry lists as M/W21L (Men's & Women's Long) and M/W21S (Men's & Women's Short). Details are available on the website. Two entry-on-the-day courses (Orange & Light Green standard) will also be available on days one and two only.

Family Entries - Families will only pay entry fees for the first child. Additional child entries are free. Please enter the first child as the one competing on most days.

SIAC - Kerry O will be using SIAC enabled controls for the Sprint only. SIAC is a contactless method of registering a competitor's visit to a control. The SIAC only needs to pass within 50cm of the control box.  Competitors running in all elite classes at the sprint who do not own a SIAC will be provided with one free-of-charge. Competitors running in other classes who do not own a SIAC can opt to use a standard SI card by dipping each control in the usual way and there will also be limited SIACs available for rent at sprint registation for a nominal fee on a first-come-first-serve basis.


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