Jubilee Five / Scottish Champs 2012
MAROC and GRAMP are staging the Jubilee Five multi-day event on Royal Deeside on 2nd-5th June 2012. The first two days of competition, an individual and a relay, will comprise the Scottish Championships 2012.
Day 1 GPS Tracking: M21E, W21E (The W21E tracking of top seeded 8 worked ok, but there are mysterious failures of the M21E - though there were 3 or 4 no shows in the top 12 seeds, only 4 tracks are currently appearing. On the tractrac tracking pages, there is a '?' for Help Icon at the top right which explains how to view the tracks.)
Day 2 Results: Gramp Web site
Controllers Comment: The protest regarding competitors visiting the last control then going out again is rejected as this is permitted under BOF rules.
Saturday at Glen Fearder, near Braemar, was the Scottish individual championships and attracted a field of over 750 competitors. Conditions on the day were perfect for running – dry and bright but cool - and the setting for the finish and assembly area was more than worthy of a national championships. The courses, planned by Andy Tivendale, were long and physically testing, but with some excellent underfoot conditions making running a pleasure in much of the area. The views from the top of the hill were an excellent excuse to take a breather. The new extension to the map around the early controls provided added interest and seemed to catch out many people with small mistakes.
Sunday’s action moved to Creag Choinnich by Braemar for the Scottish relay championships.
Not so many competitors took up the challenge of the Mountain Bike Orienteering at Scolty on Monday morning.
The sprint race in Banchory on Monday evening provided an excellent spectacle with an arena overlooking the start and finish controls which put competitors under extra pressure. In between, the racing around the streets of Banchory was fast and furious with small hesitations in navigation proving costly in terms of positions. The elite competitors showed what it takes to get to the top in this discipline with a number finding the pressure too much and visiting the wrong control sites.
The final middle distance races on Tuesday were at Inchmarnoch on the south side of the Dee by Cambus o’ May. Inchmarnoch provides an excellent technical challenge with complex moraine features of hills and depressions in low visibility forest. The courses planned by Andy Oliver lived up to expectations. 100% concentration was required to stay in touch with the map and terrain and to pick good lines of running through the rough forest.
Saturday 2nd June
Glen Feardar, Scottish Individual Championships, incorporating World Ranking Event, World Championships selection race, UK Cup & UK Masters Cup.
Sunday 3rd June:
Creag Choinnich, Scottish Relay Championships, part of UK Relay League.
Monday 4th June (a.m.)
Scolty, Mountain Bike O event.
Monday 4th June (p.m.)
Banchory, Urban Sprint Race, incorporating World Championships selection race, & UK Cup.
Tuesday 5th June
Inchmarnoch, Middle Distance Race, incorporating World Championships selection race, & UK Cup.
World Trail Orienteering Championships, 6 - 9 June
Following on straight after the Jubilee Weekend, WTOC2102 in Dundee and Tentsmuir Forest will make it a full week of Scottish orienteering. There will be a full 4-day programme of spectator events with prizes generously donated by CompassSport, and the last day’s event will be the WTOC course – elite international TrailO at its toughest. With a couple of Foot-O events thrown in as well, you will be able to do 11 varied events over 9 days.
Entries for the WTOC public events are now open at http://www.oentries.com .
The closing date is 27 May and there will only be limited EOD.
For more information, email [email protected]
Online entries via www.Oentries.com please.
Entries close 20th May 2012
Day 1: SOC Individual: Early = 13:00 - 14:00; Middle = 14:00 - 15:00; Late = 15:00 - 16:00; Courses close at 18:00
Day 2: SOC Relay: (Day 2): Juniors (Courses 7&8) start 11:00 and Seniors (Courses 1-6) start 11:10.
Day 3 (a.m.): Mountain Bike O: 11:00-12:00 (to be confirmed); Courses close TBC
Day 3 (p.m.): Sprint: 17:00-18:00 (to be confirmed); Courses close TBC
Day 4: Middle Distance:: Early = 10:00 - 11:30; Late = 11:30 – 13:00; Courses close at 15:00
Start time preferences expressed do not apply to entries to SOC/WRE M/W21E where start times will be based on current ranking
|Entry Received By||20th April 2012||20th May 2012|
|Day 1 SOC Individual / WRE|
|Senior BOF/IOF Member||£16.00||£18.00|
|Senior Non BOF Member||£18.00||£20.00|
|Junior/Student /Adult Colour W,Y,O,LO||£7.00||£8.00|
|Day 2 Relay (per team) – see separate entry form|
|Relay entry fees are £18.00 for junior/student teams (£6.00 per person) and £36.00 for adult teams (£12.00 per person).|
|Day 3 MTBO|
|Day 3 Sprint|
|Junior / Student||£5.00||£5.00|
|Day 4 Middle Distance|
|Senior BOF/IOF Member||£12.00||£12.00|
|Senior Non BOF Member||£14.00||£14.00|
|Junior/Student /Adult Colour W,Y,O,LO,LG||£6.00||£6.00|
BOF 2012 membership status. Please pay the fee that you expect will match your BOF membership status in June. This will allow a check after entries close of fees paid versus membership status as recorded in BOF records. Any under-payment of fees will be collected in cash at Registration.
IOF membership refers to membership of a national orienteering federation that is affiliated to the IOF.
The Junior entry fees are applicable to all juniors aged under 20 on 1 January 2012. Students are also eligible for the Junior entry fees, regardless of age class, but may be asked for proof of student status.
Late entries after 20th May 2012 may be accepted by the organisers ([email protected]) but will depend on map availability.
Entries for the Colour Coded Courses will not be accepted after 20th May 2012, but competitors can take part by entering on the day, subject to the availability of sufficient maps.
Cancellations up to 20th May: 75% refund will be given; after that date, no refund will be given.
Competitors take part at their own risk. Entries will be processed by computer. Completion of an entry form implies agreement.
By submitting an entry, you confirm the following:
• That all competitors I have entered fully understand that the event will be staged under the British Orienteering Rules and for the IOF World Ranking Events that they are held under the rules of the International Orienteering Federation.
• Your agreement that the organisers reserve the right to retain all or part of the entry fees in the event of Jubilee Five events being cancelled or curtailed.
Controls will be put out at Inver from Wednesday 30th May - Tuesday 4th June for training purposes.
Training/model event - £3.00 per map including postage out (postal address needed)
Braemar village hall, with ceilidh, film night and other social activities.
Details of local accomodation can be found at the Braemar, Scotland web site
A campsite will be provided at the world famous Braemar Highland Games Park – permanent toilets and showers on site.
See the accommodation page for more information.
All events are accessible from Braemar by bicycle or public transport . Deeside bus timetable
The Health and Human Performance Centre in Banchory will be offering sports massage on all 4 days of the JubileeFive event and physio cover on 2 or maybe 4 days (keep checking here for more information).
Charge for Massage is £10 for 15 minutes.
Please contact HHPC directly - [email protected]
This project is being part-financed by the Cairngorms National Park Authority through the Cairngorms Local Action Group.
Supported by: Cairngorms National Park Authority Tourism & Business Programme, Marr Area Partnership, WA Fairhurst & Partners
Last edited: 08th Jun 12