The Spring of 2006 brings a new event to our Orienteering club
Modeled after the Thomass Series which originated with the Ontario 1993 Junior program, this exciting navigation challenge was developed to help keep our orienteers sharp and to provide some orienteering fun for everyone.
The top finishers of each race receive points in decreasing scale starting from 50 points. For example, if there are 15 participants, first place will get 50, second place - 49 etc. An individual's top 4 races count toward their series total.
|Tuesday April 25th||Spring Super Challenge Series I||Centennial Park|
|Tuesday May 2nd||Spring Super Challenge Series II||St. Anselme|
|Tuesday May 9th||Spring Super Challenge Series III||St. Anselme|
|Tuesday May 16th||Spring Super Challenge Series IV||Mapleton|
|Tuesday May 23rd||Spring Super Challenge Series V||Mapleton|
|Tuesday May 30th||Spring Super Challenge Series Final||Centennial Park|
Each race will feature a Challenger Box which consists of a set of controls labelled with letters (A,B,C etc) somewhere on the course. Participants may attack the controls in the box in any order. Additionally, participants may drop controls equal to their handicap point total.
Handicap points are awarded as follows -
|14 or younger||3|
|55 or older||3|
|16 or younger||2|
|45 or older||2|
|19 or younger||1|
|35 or older||1|
The cost for the entire series is as follows:
|Junior $10||Junior $15|
|Adult $15||Adult $25|
|Family $30||Family $50|
Should you prefer to pay per event:
|Junior $3||Junior $4|
|Adult $4||Adult $6|
|Family $6||Family $12|
Pre-registering includes a pre-marked map. The adventure is free!
To pre-register for this series or if you wish to receive more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you up for the CHALLENGE?
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