Friday, July 28, Early Race Kit Pickup

Registration will be open from 5 - 7 PM at the ECOC Long event site L'Île-Perrot,( Montreal, Quebec.)  Stadium Rue des Rosiers, Ile Perrot (Parking lot)

Day 1, Saturday, July 29, ECOC Long

IlePerrot
Sample of new map from L'Ile Perrot.

Event site L'Île-Perrot,( Montreal, Quebec.)  Stadium Rue des Rosiers, Ile Perrot (Parking lot)

Registration / Race Kit Pick-up / Information Desk :  open  8am - 2:30 pm at the event arena. 

First start 10 am.  Course Closes 2pm

Terrain: Suburban forest broken up by farmers’ fields and developed areas.  Many trails, small boulders and root stocks. Gentle hills.

Further information, directions and course setters notes: Please download  this document

Award ceremony :  13:00

Course Stats

Course Classes Scale Controls
(#)
Length
(km)
Climb
(m)
water
stops
RWT*
(m)
1 F12-, M12-, Open 1 1:7500  13  2.6  10  1 30
2 F14-, M14-, Open 2 1:7500  10  2.9  10  2 30
3 F16-, M16-, Open 3 1:7500  8  3.3  15  2 50
4 F75+, F80+, F85+
M80+, M85+, Open 4
1:7500 7  1.8  10  2 50
5 F55+,F65+
M75+, Open 5
1:7500 9  3.6  15  2 50
6 F20- A, F45+ M65+, Open 6 1:10000 10  5.1  25 3 50
7 M20- A, M55+, Open 7 1:10000 11  5.7  25  2 55
8 F20- A, F21A, F35+,
M45+, Open 8
1:10000  9  5.6  25  2 55
9-A M21-34A,  M35+ 1:10000  13  8.2  40  3  
9 F21-34E, M20- E 1:15000 13 8.2 40 3 80
10 M21-34E 1:15000  20  11.5 65  2 90

 * RWT - Recommended winning time

Day 2, Sunday, July 30, ECOC Middle

Pierrefonds
Sample of new map from Pierrefonds.

Event site : Pierrefonds, (Montreal, QC)  Parc Nature de l’Anse-a-l’Orme  (North of Cineplex Kirkland)

Registration / Race Kit Pick-up / Information Desk : open 8:30 - 1pm at the event arena. An information table will be open until 2 pm.

Times :  first starts 10:00, course closes 13:00

Terrain: Mainly a mature forest that is fairly open.  Bordered by a residential area and abandoned fields. There are many trails and rolling terrain.

Further information, directions and course setters notes : Please download  this document

Awards ceremony : 1pm

Sass Peepre Camp begins 4pm

Course Stats

Course Classes Scale Controls
(#)
Length
(km)
Climb
(m)
water
stops
RWT*
(min)
1 F12-, M12-, Open 1 1:7500 13 2.8 10 1 20
2 F14-, M14-, Open 2 1:7500 13 2.7 10 1 20
3 F16-, M16-, Open 3 1:7500 11 2.6 15 3 25
4 F75+, F80+, F85+
M80+, M85+, Open 4
1:7500 9 1.6 10 2 25
5 F55+, F65+
M75+, Open 5
1:7500 9 2.2 15 3 25
6 F45+ M65+, Open 6 1:10000 11 2.6 20 2 25
7 M55+, Open 7 1:10000 11 3.1 20 1 25
8 F20- A, F21A, F35+,
M45+, Open 8
1:10000 12 3.5 20 1 30
9 F20-, F21-34E,
M20-A, M21-34A,  M35+
1:10000 14 4.0 45 1 35
10 M20-, M21+ 1:10000 14 4.4 45 1 35

* RWT - Recommended winning time

Day 3, Monday, July 31, Night-O

Rivermead
Sample of Rivermead map.

Night Orienteering has been called ‘the second most fun you can have in the dark.’ Let’s find out if that is true.

As part of the Canada 150 Orienteering Festival Orienteering Ottawa is scheduling a Night-O event.

  • The venue : the historic Rivermead Golf Club in Gatineau Quebec. Rivermead was founded from rolling farm fields over 100 years ago. In the intervening years patches of large trees have grown up between the fairways. As Orienteering Ottawa members found at a test event last year orienteering on this golf course is not a ‘walk in the park’.
  • Directions : Cross the Ottawa River on the Island Park Bridge. L onto Blvd. du Lucerne, course is 3km on right at Chemin du Rivermead. 45o 23.695'N   75o 47.512 W
  • The date : Monday, July 31st, 2017
  • The format : There will be three courses – Each course will have a separate mass start with the Short participants starting at dusk as soon as the last golfers have cleared the course. Intermediate and Advanced courses will have one, two or three ‘butterfly loops’.  It will be VERY IMPORTANT that participants pick up only the map assigned to their name/ number.
  • Schedule :
    • 7pm Clubhouse open for orienteering arrivals and registration/check-in. Orienteering entertainment available
    • 7:30 Canadian Orienteering Team member Eric Kemp will be talking about his experience at the recent World Orienteering Championships in Estonia. Routes and tracking replay will be displayed on a large screen TV in the golf club house. All are welcome even if you are not participating in the Night-O
    • 8:45 Mass start of Short course
    • 9:00 Mass start of Intermediate course
    • 9:10 Mass start of Advanced course
  • Course Stats :
Course Classes Scale Length
(km)
Short F12-, F14-, F75+, F80+, F85+, M12-, M14-, M80+, M85+, Open 1 1:5000 3.0
Intermediate F16-, F45+, F55+, F65+,  M16-, M65+, M75+, Open 2 1:5000 4.2
Advanced F20--, F21+. F35+, M20-, M21+ M35+, M45+, M55+ 1:5000 5

This is meant to be a fun event. Participants and spectators can enjoy food and beverages in the Rivermead clubhouse before, during and after the race.

Special rules: Of course with orienteering on a golf course and use of the clubhouse we want to protect the property from damage.

  • No metal spikes may be worn anywhere on the golf course property. We may wear rubber soled O-shoes but running shoes will be good enough.
  • Passage on the course over any golf greens or through sand traps is forbidden. The greens are marked in olive and will be overprinted with a purple hatching. If you find yourself in a sand trap please use one of the nearby rakes to erase your footprints!!
  • Clean off or remove your shoes before entering the clubhouse after your race. There are shoe brushes located by most entrances.
  • This is a private golf course with its own dress code. Participants and attendants should all respect their standards and refrain from wearing tattered jeans, shorts that are too short, tee-shirts, tank tops, etc.

Finally, we are very thankful to the Rivermead Golf Club and their past president, Nancy Desormeaux, for making the course and the clubhouse available for us. They are doing this partly in recognition of the Canada 150 event and partly to experiment with bringing an alternate activity to their grounds. Night Orienteering is one of few activities that will not interfere with their golfers. Please return their favour by patronizing their food and beverage service. It would be very bad form to bring your own meal or drinks to this event.

Day 4, Tuesday, August 1, Back to the Barrens

Sample of Novice-Intermediate Controls
Wellness map
Sample of Intermediate-Advanced Controls
Barrens

Enjoy a day of self directed training at one of Ottawa’s most beautiful orienteering sites.  A training map at 1:10 000 on legal paper will display a number of control sites which you may chose to visit in any order or on self designed courses. There is something for everyone.

The Eco-Wellness Centre portion of the map displays Novice-Intermediate Level controls whereas the Barrens portion has Intermediate control sites close to the newly mapped mountain bike trail and more Advanced control sites scattered throughout the more technical areas of the map. Control sites will be open from 9 AM to 6 PM Tuesday August 1 and marked with numbered control flags (no SI or punches). 

Parking : Available at the Carp Ecowellness Centre (enter  from  2386 Thomas A. Dolan Parkway) You may also chose to park along Thomas A. Dolan Parkway closer to the Barrens start (approximately 2 km east of the Wellness Centre – see rough location map).

Directions: Hwy 417 west to Carp Road exit.  North on Carp Road 15km, right on Thomas A Dolan Parkway. 45o 22.493' N 76o3.552'W

Map : scale : 1:10,000, Contour intervals  5 metres

Water : There will be NO water on the course.  Large sections are very open and can be very hot.  Carry water with you!

Maps can be purchased from the registration desk at ECOC events & at Night-O.  Email our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to ensure availability.

Thank you to our friends at the Carp Eco-Wellness Centre for the use of their property for the day.

Barrens location map

Day 5, Wednesday, August 2, Retr-O

What to Expect at the Retr-O   

Retro-O
Sample of Retro-O map.

Registration / Race Kit Pick-up / Information Desk : open 8am - 10am.

Directions: From Ottawa take Quebec hwy 5, Exit Old Chelsea.  Turn left through the village and continue 13 km and turn left onto Fortune Lake Parkway.  Keep left to continue up the hill to Camp Fortune and follow signs to registration.  45o 23.695'N  75o 47.512 W

Start times : No pre-assigned start times; start on your own time but no later than 11am.

Timing : last start : 11am, Course time limit : 3 hours, Course closing : 2 pm

Retro-O or Retrospective Orienteering is an orienteering competition held in the style of many years past.

At the Canada 150 Orienteering Festival in Ottawa, Canada we will be recreating as much as possible the courses from the very first Canadian Orienteering Championships held in the Ottawa area in 1968. This will be the third re-creation of the now-famous Blue course, having previously been replicated in 1978 and 1987.

“As much as possible” means some things will be the same as it was in 1968; some things will be different.

The Assembly Area / Event Arena will be at the Camp Fortune Ski Area located within the Gatineau Park a short distance north of Ottawa.  The area will open at 8 AM.

Participants in the Retr-O will be bussed or car pooled to the remote start location. No start times will be pre-assigned. Participants may start on their own time. The last allowable start will be 11 AM.

Awards : All participants will receive an electronic certificate recognizing their participation at this historic event and comparing their time to the results of 1968.

Here is a rundown of the similarities and differences.

Map :

Same as 1968 :

      • Black and white (grayscale)
      • Scale 1:20,000
      • Meridians to magnetic north

Differences :

      • Meridians angled about 45 degrees from the top of the paper
      • Contour interval 6 metres instead of 20 feet.

Courses :

Same as 1968 :

      • Course Classes Scale Length
        (km)
        Yellow F45+, F55+, F65+, M65+, Open Y 1:20,000 B&W 4.2
        Red F20-, F21+, F35+,  M20-, M35+, M45+, M55+, Open R 1:20,000 B&W 6
        Blue M21+ 1:20,000 B&W 9
      • Control features will be in the center of a circle but the feature may not necessarily be on the map.  
      • Control descriptions will be in English (and French). Symbolic descriptions did not come to orienteering until the 1980s. Descriptions tended to be ‘wordy’ Sample: On the small terrace / Sur la petite terrasse

Differences :

      • A few control points have to be moved slightly to comply with park rules to not place control beside standing or running water.

Alternative Event :   Age divisions F12-, M12-, F14-, M14-, F16-, M16-, F75+, M75+ and older are being directed to the alternative orienteering event at Camp Fortune.  Course Lengths:  Novice: 2.4 km, Intermediate : 2.6 km, advanced : 4.0 km

Terrain :

Same as 1968 :

      • I wasn’t there in 1968 but I remember orienteering in the area in 1969 and 1970. I’m pretty sure the hills are the same but:

Differences :

      • The trail network has changed and the changes are reflected in the map to be used
      • The beavers have created some new ponds and left others to drain. These changes are reflected in the new map.
      • In the last 20 years there have been two major ices storms that have taken down some trees and caused a lot of new undergrowth to spring up. There will be no green for thicker vegetation on this Retr-O map.

Timing :

Difference :

      • In 1968 participants carried control cards to punch in at each control. Their times were calculated manually. We will be using the SportIdent e-punch system.  All participants must carry their Sport Ident finger stick/ dibbler/ e-card.

Times to Beat :

Blue Course: 9.0 km 1968 John Disley, England 2:06:09 1978 Mark Adams, Que 1:48:39
Red Course: 6.0 km 1968 Patricia Skene, Que 1:42:39 1978 Susan Budge Que 1:21:14
Yellow Course: 4.2 km 1968 Beattie Mackenzie Que 1:30:55
        Irene Jensen Que 1:47:05
 

Additional Course Options :

For those who do not wish to run one of the above 3 courses, there will be 3 additional courses (novice (2.4 km) , intermediate (2.6 km ) and  advanced ( 4.1km)) on full color maps, 1:10,000, contours 3 metres, starting and ending at Camp Fortune, with an uphill walk of 850 metres to the start.

Special Notes :

Day-of registration will be permitted at the Camp Fortune Lodge starting at 8 am, until 10 am or until maps run out.  If you have not registered on Zone4, you can This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to reserve a map.

Day 6, Thursday, August 3, COC Sprint

Sample of new map of Perth.

Registration / Race Kit Pick-up / Information Desk : 3pm - 8pm. in Crystal Palace.

Timing : First Start 5pm:  Course closes 8pm.  Course time limit 60 minutes.

Parking : Algonquin College Perth Campus, 7 Craig St. 44o 54.119'N  76o 14.352'W

Directions: 

to parking : From hwy 7 take Wilson W into Perth, left on North St, right on Gore, left on Craig, continue 800 m to campus on left
to Last Duel Park:  turn south off Craig onto Cole just W of the river
to Community Centre - for showers and hard floor accommodation: 2 Beckwith St. E.  North .5km on Beckwith from Craig

Distances :

Parking to Arena: 1250 m
Parking to Quarantine (for Elite/WRE competitors): 0 m
Quarantine (for Elite/WRE competitors) to Start:  500 m
Arena to Start: 750 m
Parking to Start: 500 m

Course setter's notes

Clothing : Spiked shoes are NOT permitted

KidZone : Available 5pm - 7 pm. See General info for details

The 200 year old town of Perth makes for a fantastic sprint orienteering venue. It features old buildings with a variety of passageways and blocks with assorted buildings and open spaces. There are parks with beautiful rock outcrops (filled with great orienteering detail) and forest spaces with scenic paths. The town's canals and waterways add extra barriers to make the route choices that much harder to figure out. It's as good as sprint orienteering gets! You will definitely need to know all your sprint symbols and brush up on which ones are passable and which ones aren't (hint: see the two different colours of water in the map sample).

During and after the sprint we will have for sale Perth Brewery beer and great food (short ribs tacos and vegetarian chili) by Stone Cellar. You will be able to watch the race, eat tacos and enjoy a beer right by the finish at the Crystal Palace.

Following the sprint, pick up your free map of Perth for the Perth Trivia Challenge from the registration/information desk.

Medals will be awarded at the Banquet August 4.

Course Stats

  Sprint - scale 1:4000   Contour intervals 2 m
Course Classes Controls
(#)
Length
(km)
Climb
(m)
RWT*
(min)
1 F12-,F14-, M12-, M14-,Open1 21 1.85 0 10-12
2 F65+,F75+,F80+, F85+,M75+,M80+,M85+,Open2, 20 2.22 10 12-15
3 F45+, F55+, M55+, M65+, Open3 19 2.77 20 12-15
4 F16-, F20-E, F20-A, F21-34E, F21-34A, F35+, M16-,Open4 21 3.09 20 12-15
5 M20-E,M20-A, M21-34E, M21-34A, M35+, M45+ 25 3.69 25 12-15 (15+ for M45+)

 * RWT - Recommended winning time

Day 7, Friday, August 4, OCAN Conference and AGM, Banquet, Silent Auction and more

Throughout the day - continue with the Perth Trivia Challenge

For the annual Orienteering Canada Conference we are trying something new this year.  Book Friday, August 4 to attend the Conference, followed by Yoga in the Park, the COC Banquet and the annual HPP Silent Auction.  It all takes place at the amazing Crystal Palace in downtown Perth, where the glass walls and glass roof leave you feeling like you are outside enjoying the sunshine and where you have a perfect view of the Tay Canal and its water fountains   Here is the day’s schedule :

9:00 - 10:30 am Orienteering Canada AGM
10:45 - 11:45 am What is Orienteering Canada Up To? Short (5 to 10 minute) presentations about Major Events Planning, the Athlete Development Project, the Foreign Mappers Project, High Performance, New Courses and Categories Guidelines, and more
12:00 - 1:30 pm Celebrating 50 Years of Orienteering in Canada – lunch (provided, financial donations gratefully accepted) and a panel discussion with orienteers from across the decades.
1:45 – 2:30 pm Session A:  Junior Programming Across the Country – sharing notes about club junior programmes – what’s new, what works!
  Session B:  Mapping and the new ISOM -  bringing us up to speed on the IOF’s new International Specifications for Orienteering Maps
3:00 – 4:00 pm Yoga in the Park – a local Perth Yoga Instructor will lead all those interested through a Yoga workout at nearby Stewart Park (donations appreciated)
5:00 pm Doors open for Silent Auction and Cash Bar.  Registration / Race Kit Pick-up / Information Desk open
6:00 pm COC Banquet – catered by The Stone Cellar in Perth.  Tickets must be purchased in advance.

Yoga in the parkyoga in park

Friday, Aug. 4 at 3 pm join Jesse Swain in Stewart Park in Perth for a power yoga (or a yin yoga) class.  This will be perfect to give you some stretching following the previous day's sprint.  Everyone is welcome, young, older, men, women.  There is no cost for this Yoga session but we suggest a gratuity would be appreciated.  Should it rain, the session will be held in the bandstand in the park.

The Canadian Orienteering Gala Menu by the Stone Cellar in the Crystal Palace

  • Rolls + Butter
  • Morrocan Couscous Salad
  • Fresh Greens with Seasonal Fruit + Seeds
  • Butternut Squash Puree with Italian Herbs
  • Sauteed Kenyan Beans
  • Rosemary Roasted Potatoes
  • French Chicken with Peach + Cranberry Sauce
  • Stuffed Pasta with Red Pesto Cream
  • Assorted Pies served with coffee, tea + water
  • { $35 per person, $17.50 for children 12 and under}

Sign up on the Zone4 registration or, of you have already signed up but now want to add this to your registration, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Silent Auction

The HPP ( High Performance Program) is designed to help athletes achieve their goals and excel in competition. All the funds raised during the auction will go towards coaching fees, training camps, competition registration and much more. If you have an item you would like to donate to the Silent Auction you can drop it off at Registration, if you aren't coming to COC and would still like to donate you can send your item with a fellow orienteer. The HPP athletes greatly thank you!

Day 8, Saturday, August 5, COC Middle

Forest sample of Foley Mtn.

Registration / Race Kit Pick-up / Information Desk : 10:30am - 4 pm at Foley Mountain arena.

Timing : First starts 12 noon, Course closes 4 pm, Course Time limit : 2 hours.

Directions : From Perth:  South through Perth on Gore St, right on County Road 10 for approx. 28 km, left on Grady Road (NOT into FMCA)  

Parking : on Grady Rd. about 1 km along on the right.  Take bus transport to Foley Mountain from there. 44o 41.730'N  76o 23.403'W

Distances : shuttle bus drop off  is at the arena.  Arena to Start : 500 m. with 30 m climb

Terrain: Foley Mountain, site of the COC Middle and Long events:  a Conservation Area within the purview of the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority.  Beautiful open (for eastern Ontario) mostly hardwood forest, sloping down to the Upper Rideau Lake on the Rideau Canal system from Kingston to Ottawa.  Open sections remind us of "the Barrens" map from COC 2010 in Ottawa.  Lots of rocky ground, feature rich throughout.

Course Setters Notes : please see this pdf for middle and long notes

Food : The Friends of Foley Mountain will have food available for purchase.   Also the local South Crosby Public School will have baked goods for sale.

KidZone : Available 12 noon - 4 pm. See General info for details.

Swim : An un-lifeguarded sand beach is available, a 400 metre walk from the arena.

O-Store will be set up in the arena.

 Medals will be awarded at the end of the day.

Course Stats

  Contour intervals 5 m            
Course Classes Scale Controls
(#)
Length
(km)
Climb
(m)
Water
Controls
RWT*
(min)
1 F12-, M12-, Open 1 1:7500 14 2.4 50 1 20
2 F14-, M14-, Open 2 1:10000 12 2.4 50 1 20
3 F16-, M16-, Open 3 1:10000 11 2.4 65 1 25
4 F75+, F80+, F85+
M80+, M85+, Open 4
1:7500 11 1.5 40 1 25
5 F55+, F65+
M75+, Open 5
1:10000 10 2.0 55 1 25
6 F20-A,F45+, M65+, Open 6 1:10000 11 2.4 75 2 25
7 M45+, M55+ 1:10000 15 3.0 95 2 25
8 F21-34A, F35+, M20-A, 1:10000 13 2.8 95 2 30-35
9  F20-E, F21-34E,
 M21-34A, ,M35+
1:10000 19 4.1 140 2 30-35
10   M20-E,M21-34E 1:10000 21 4.7 165 2 30-35

 *RWT - Recommended Winning Time

Day 9, Sunday, August 6, COC Long, Foley Mountain

Sample of old training map of Foley Mtn.

Turn in your answers to the Perth Trivia Challenge before 10 am.

Registration / Race Kit Pick-up / Information Desk : open 9am - 3pm at Foley Mountain arena.

Timing : First starts 10 am, Course time limit : 3 hr,  Course closes : 3pm

Directions and Parking : same as for Middle event .  See above

Terrain : Foley Mountain, site of the COC Middle and Long events:  a Conservation Area within the purview of the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority.  Beautiful open (for eastern Ontario) mostly hardwood forest, sloping down to the Upper Rideau Lake on the Rideau Canal system from Kingston to Ottawa.  Open sections remind us of "the Barrens" map from COC 2010 in Ottawa.  Lots of rocky ground, feature rich throughout.

Course Setters Notes : please see this pdf for middle and long notes

Food : The Westport Lions Club will have food available for purchase.  Also the local South Crosby Public School will have baked goods for sale.

KidZone : Available 10 am - 3 pm. See General info for details

O-store will be in the arena area.

Medals will be awarded at the end of the event.

Course Stats

  Contour intervals 5 metres            
Course Classes

Scale

Controls
(#)

Length
(km)

Climb
(m)

Water
Controls

RWT
(min)

1 F12-, M12-, Open 1 1:7500 15 3.1 70  1 30
2 F14-, M14-, Open 2 1:10000 11 2.8 50  1 30
3 F16-, M16-, Open 3 1:10000 15 3.7 80  1 50
4 F75+, F80+, F85+
M80+, M85+, Open 4
1:7500 10 2.1 40  1 45-50
5 F55+, F65+
M75+, Open 5
1:10000 11 4.0 100  1 45-50
6 F20-A,F45+, M65+, Open 6 1:10000 15 4.6 135  1 45-50
7 M45+, M55+ 1:10000 14 5.9 160  2 55
8 F20-E, F21-34A, F35+, M20-A, 1:15000 16 6.3 170  2 55
9 F21-34E,
M21-34A, M20-E, M35+
1:15000 19 9.0 250  3 70-80
10 M21-34E 1:15000 23 11.2 250  3 90-100

*RWT - Recommended winning time

Day 10, Monday, August 7, Relay (HPP Fundraiser)

Each year at the Canadian Championships the High Performance Committee hosts an “extra” event as a fundraiser for the High Performance Program.  This year the Relay on the last day of O-Fest 150 will be that event.  Entry in the relay is included in both the entire Festival package, and the COC package.  You can also signup for the relay separately.  Here is the info you want to know:

Location :  Foley Mountain Conservation Area, Start/Finish/Arena in a different location than the Middle and Long, to get everyone out onto a new portion of the map

Registration / Race Kit Pick-up / Information Desk :9am - 10 am

Start Time :  10:00 am mass start.

Directions and Parking : directions as above for Middle event.  Limited parking near Arena.  Please carpool!
Drop-off area at arena with shuttles and carpooling of drivers from parking to arena. 

Relay Teams :  Club teams (or mixed clubs, if there are not enough club members).  3 people per team, mixed abilities.

Relay Legs :

1st Leg – Advanced course, 3.0 to 3.5 km (the hope is that HPP members will run the first leg, gaining practice at mass starts, something that is important for international competition; 

2nd leg – Easy Course, 1.5 to 2.0 km, suitable for young people comfortable on course 2 or 3.

3rd leg – Intermediate Course, 2.5 to 3.0 km.

Team Entries :  There will be team registration forms available at the Registration/Information Desk throughout O-Fest 150, to collect names of team members, order of running and SI numbers.   Entries will need to be completed and returned to the Registration/Information Desk by “closing time” on Sunday, after the Long event.

Registration Fee / Fundraising :  All registration fees from the Relay go to support Orienteering Canada’s High Performance Program.  Anyone who has not paid for a relay entry with their O-Fest 150 registration will be able to do so when the team registration form is submitted.  Registration fee is $20 for adults, $15 for juniors (under 21 as of the end of the year).

Thank you for supporting our High Performance athletes!

9 F20-, F21+,
M20-A, M21A,  M35+
1:15000  13  8.1  55  3 70-80