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Global rules

 

Specific competition rules

In France, one drives on the RIGHT side of road. Therefore riders must ride on the RIGHT side on all roads and tracks. Overtaking slower riders should be done by the LEFT.

 

Start intervals

 

Start bibs

EYMTBOC, EJMTBOC, EMTBOC and World Cup participants for each distance will receive two start bibs numbered according to their start order.
For WMMTBOC, it will be same start bib for all races.
One start bib should be attached in front of the bike and another one on the back of the competitor.

 

Start groups

EMTBOC :

In individual competitions with no qualification races, for both women and men, a fifth start group (Red Start Group) will consist of the following competitors, provided they are members of their Federation’s team (as per Competition Rule 6.6) for this competition :

The Red Start Group is mandatory for competitors who qualify for it.

In individual competitions with no qualification races, for both women and men a fourth start group (Orange Start Group) will consist of the following competitors, provided they are members of their Federation’s team (as per Competition Rule 6.6) for this competition:

The Orange Start Group is mandatory for competitors who qualify for it.

 

Provisionnal start group list :

  MEN Fed. WOMEN Fed.
Red Group Anton FOLIFOROV RUS Emily BENHAM GBR
Krystof BOGAR CZE Gaelle BARLET FRA
Ruslan GRITSAN RUS Martina TICHOVSKA CZE
Luca DALLAVALLE ITA Marika HARA FIN
Lauri MALSROOS EST Olga SHIPILOVAVINOGRADOVA RUS
Baptiste FUCHS FRA Svetlana POVERINA RUS
Vojtech LUDVIK CZE Ingrid STENGARD FIN
Grigory MEDVEDEV RUS Camilla SOEGAARD DEN
Pekka NIEMI FIN Antonia HAGA FIN
Cedric BEILL FRA Maja ROTHWEILER SUI
Orange Group Jussi LAURILA FIN Ursina JAEGGI SUI
Vojtech STRANSKY CZE Algirda ZALIAUSKAITE LTU
Valeriy GLUHOV RUS Marie BREZINOVA CZE
Jiri HRADIL CZE Hana GARDE FRA
Simon BRAENDLI SUI Marina REINER AUT
Kevin HASELSBERGER AUT Katerina NOVAKOVA CZE
Jonas MAISELIS LTU Anke DANNOWSKI GER
Andreas WALDMANN AUT Caecilie CHRISTOFFERSEN DEN
Rasmus SOEGAARD DEN Veronika KUBINOVA CZE
Marcus JANSSON SWE Gabriele ANDRASIUNIENE LTU

 

EYMTBOC, EJMTBOC and WMMTBOC :

In individual competitions with no qualification races, the starting order shall be drawn at random. The draw shall be made in three starting groups, early, middle and late.

 

Time keeping system

SPORTident Air+ (contactless) will be used for all events (EMTBOC, EJMTBOC, EYMTBOC, WMMTBOC). Competitors must use SI Active Cards (SIAC).
On request before June 30th, organizer can provide SI Active Card (SIAC) free of charge against a cash deposit of 70€.
Control stations will have a touch-free distance of 50cm. There will be a non-contact station at the finish.

 

First aid assistant and water points

1st aid assistant points and water point(s) will be marked on the maps with the following ISOM symbols (Medical Cross and Water).
isom health points

 

External assistance

In Accordance with the “COMPETITION RULES FOR INTERNATIONAL ORIENTEERING FEDERATION (IOF) MOUNTAIN BIKE ORIENTEERING (MTBO) EVENTS” valid from 1 January 2017, please note the following:

Please note as a clarification, assistance between competitors of different competition classes for mechanical failure is not allowed : e.g. a master helping an elite.

 

Prize giving ceremony protocol

In line with IOF rules podium finishers are requested to dress in team uniforms and to refrain from taking to the podium items such as hats, sunglasses, bottles, headbands and various sponsors gadgets and accessories. No accompanying persons may be brought to the podium.

 

Complaints and protests

A special form should be used for the complaints and protest process which is available at the Event Office or is available on the IOF website.
Time limit for complaints is 15 minutes after the last arrival.
If the competitor is not satisfied with the result of the complaint, a protest can be made against the organiser’s decision no later than 15 minutes after that decision has been given to the competitor.
Protests must be completed in writing in English and handed in at the Event Office in the Finish area.
Protests will be handled by the jury, who will communicate their decision to the complainant as soon as possible.
There is a fee of 50.00€ for making a protest against the outcome of a complaint. This fee will be returned if the protest is accepted. See Competition Rules for IOF MTBO events rules 27 and 28.

 

Anti-doping

Doping is strictly forbidden. The IOF Anti-Doping Rules apply to this IOF World Cup MTBO. The organizers of World Cup MTBO are dedicated to supporting the anti-doping authorities in their work.
Doping controls may be carried out any time during the competition period. As some sites for the doping controls may be a few minutes’ drive away, we suggest that athletes are prepared at all events to take along some dry clothes to change into after their race.
Doping tests are always carried out in accordance with the procedures described in the WADA International Standard of testing.
Athletes who are selected for the doping tests must bring an official identification (with photo) to the doping test area. Accreditation cards with photo can also be used for this purpose. The athlete should also bring along their therapeutic use exemption (TUE) if applicable. In general, it is advisable that the athletes bring along their ID to all the competitions and events.

Please consult: http://orienteering.org/anti-doping/

 

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