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Enter on the Day

Enter on the Day: Courses, Distances and Start windows

Go for 2&5 Australian 3 Day Championships
Day 1: Scotch College

Course No. /type Course length  First Start Time Course Close
Hard 2.7 km 12.57 pm 2:00 PM
Moderate 2.5  km 12.54 pm 2:00 PM
Easy 1.5 km 12.32 pm 2:00 PM

Day 2: Hill Park Dale

Course No. /type Course length  First Start Time Course Close
12 Hard 4.1 km 11.50am 2.30 pm
16 Moderate 4.4 km 11.50am 2.30 pm
17 Easy 3.4 km 11.15am 2.30 pm
18 Very Easy 2.8 km 11.00am 2.30 pm

Day 3: Umuna

Course No. /type Course length  First Start Time Course Close
9 Hard 3.4  km 12.15pm 2.30 pm
16 Moderate 2.8 km 11.45am  
17 Easy 2.3 km 10.30am  
18 Very Easy 2.1 km 11.22am  

Go for 2&5 Australian Sprint Orienteering Championships

Course No. /type Course length  First Start Time Course Close
9 Hard 2.0 km 2.10pm 3.20 pm
12 Moderate 2.4 km 2.10pm  
13 Easy 2.1 km 2.30pm  
14 Very Easy 1.7 km 2.20pm  
15 Bush course/Hard 3.1 km 2.20pm  

 Go for 2&5 Australian Middle Distance Orienteering Championships

Course No. /type Course length  First Start Time Course Close
10 Hard 3.3 km 11.45am 2.30 pm
15 Moderate 3.0 km 11.15am  
17 Easy 2.5 km 11.10am  
18 Very Easy 2.0 km 11.05am  

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ENTER ON THE DAY PARTICIPANTS

At every event there will be Enter on the Day (EOD) courses, with a reduced range of courses. Participants will be timed and results will be on Eventor but there are no prizes. You can go out with friends or as a family group. The cost (cash only) for EOD is: $20 per person (or group if going out together with one map) per each separate event. Extra maps are $2 and we encourage your group to have more than one map.
You can use your own or one of our SI sticks (but if lost a replacement cost fee applies).

Here is how you EOD:
1. Check in at Registration before the EOD registration deadline for that event
2. You will be allocated a start time
3. Your name, SI number, course and start time will be written on a form for you to take to the start
4. Walk to the start (follow signs and tapes). Hand in your form to a start official
5. Wait in the warm-up area until your start time – remember to clear and check your SI stick
6. You will get your map when you start. Control descriptions written in international symbols will be on your map. Loose control descriptions in words will also be available. Do your course
7. Punch at the finish. Then report to the download tent. If you do not complete your course you must still report to the download tent. We need to know you are back!
8. If you used one of our SI sticks – give this to the download team.

Please note – no instructors will be present at the start area.

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