Date(s) - 22/06/2013 - 23/06/2013
The 16th Setanta Rogaine Ireland will take place on the weekend of June 22nd/23rd, 2013.
Entries: Click here to enter the Rogaine Ireland 2013.
The start location will be announced in the weeks before the event.
To be announced.
Registration will take place at the start location – time to be announced.
Registration will involve checking of individual clothing/equipment (as set out in the published checklist – see below) and issue of SI cards.
Please arrive in good time to ensure registration is completed well before the start time.
Sporident (SI) cards will be issued to all competitors and must be secured to the wrist or clothing throughout the event. The rules of competition as advertised are amended to require the SI control boxes at the control sites to be “punched” by all team members using the assigned SI cards. It will not be necessary to punch a start control. All team members must punch controls at approximately the same time, taking account of the requirement to visit control sites together. All team members and individual competitors must punch the finish control. The finish time for the team will be the last finish time to be recorded and any time penalty incurred by the team will be based on this time. All SI cards must be downloaded after punching the finish.
24 Hour Event – 2pm Saturday, 22nd June
6 Hour Event – 8am Sunday, 23rd June
Finish Times: Both events will finish 2pm on Sunday, 23rd June
Prize giving: Prize giving will take place not later that 15:00 on Sunday.
See the Rogaine page for more information.
6 Hour Individual
6 Hour Team
24 Hour Team
Rules: See the Rogaine Rules page for event rules.
Organiser: Dave Weston
Planner: Dave Weston
Support: Denis Deasy; Jim Mulrooney
All enquiries relating to this event should be sent to: email@example.com
The Setanta Rogaine Ireland will take place in the Wicklow National Parks, approx. 60km from Dublin.
Mountain navigation ability in all weather conditions is required.
The start for Rogaine is at grid Reference O 115 124. This is on the R 759 just under 2km north west of Sally Gap. The event will be signposted from Sally Gap. Please park as directed by event marshals on the day.
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Camping will be in the area designated by event marshals.
Competitors for both the 24 hour and 6 hour events should register at least one hour before race start. That is to say that registration for the 24 hour event should be by 13:00pm on Saturday 22nd June and registration for the 6 hour event should be by 07:00am on Sunday 23rd June. Mandatory kit should be ready for inspection at this time. Please try to get there early and avoid any last minute panic. Pre race briefing will take place at 10 minutes before the start for both events. Control descriptions will be handed out to team captains at race commencement. Descriptions will be in English and also to IOF specification, with controls given as grid co-ordinates. Event marshals will be on hand if you have any difficulties.
Check out the club website http://www.setantaorienteers.org/event/rogaine-ireland-2013 to ensure that you know the competition rules and have the required equipment as detailed in the kit list for each event. Please make sure that you bring all equipment listed as required. We will not have spare maps unless requested previously.
Looking forward to seeing you all. Any further queries, please contact me by email or phone.
00353 (0)86 8150512
Please see the checklists below for the required equipment. Equipment will be inspected before the start of the event and must be carried throughout the duration of the event.
Team Checklist 24 Hour
Team Checklist 6 Hour
Map: Harvey’s Wicklow Mountain Map (can be bought in most outdoor shops in Dublin and online at www.harveymaps.co.uk)
The current map is 2008, the legend states ‘limited revision and reprint 2008’.
Map scale 1:30000
The area of the event will be the Wicklow National Parks, approx. 60km from Dublin.
Accommodation in the Area:
For overseas visitors who are looking for accommodation near the Rogaine start, the best place to stay would be Laragh or Glendalough, Co. Wicklow.
If you are staying in Dublin, it will be at least a 1 hour drive to the start.