World MTBO Championships

Junior World MTBO Championships


August, 26-31 2013


IOF MTBO World Cup
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MTBO World Cup Event 7

August 28, 2013 Mõedaka

Mõedaka - MIDDLE


Mõedaka Sport Center (59.32670, 26.5779018)

From Event Centre to the arena 15 km

From Parking area to the arena 0,1-0,3 km

From arena to pre-start area 0,1 km


Routes and Analysis


Online entry

Start lists



09:00-10:00 Opening hours of the Event Office

11:40 Last entry into quarantine zone

11:00 Middle distance Final

17:00-21:00 Opening hours of the Event Office

18:00 Middle distance Prize-giving ceremony


Tõnis Erm, Estonia


  Length Nr. of Controls Optimal route Total climb Refreshments Map size Online results Estimated winning time
Men 11.4 km 24 15.6 km 290 m No 30x30cm 2.9km 55 min
11.9 km
Women 8.7 km 18 11.3 km 200 m No 30x30cm 2.1km 50 min
6.1 km
9.8 km
M20 9.4 km 19 12.5 km 225 m No 30x30cm 2.8km 45 min
7.6 km
10.8 km
W20 7.2 km 15 10.0 km 190 m No 30x30cm 2.5km  45 min
5.9 km
8.8 km

Warm up: Warm up area is in quarantine zone.

Map: 1:10 000 / 5m, map size 30x30

First start: 11:00

Start interval: 2 min for all categories.

Finish: The time is taken when the competitor’s front tyre crosses the finish line. No punching on finish line.

Start quarantine: All Elite and Juniors must be in quarantine at the latest 11:20.

Finish quarantine: No finish quarantine.

Time limit: 120 minutes

Terrain: Northern part of the middle distance is flat and has a regular road/narrow ride network. This area has ATV cross tracks which are mapped as symbol Track – slow riding (ISMTBOM 835. Southern part of the terrain is moderately hilly, characterized by several narrow and often steep ridges and depressions with relative height differences up to 35 m. Northern and southern areas are separated with asphalt road. Ski tracks are mapped using symbol 835 of ISMTBOM and have
yellow background in wide places. Special hazards: Can be very slippery in the rain. Courses cross public roads with light traffic. There will be marshals at some of the
most important crossings. Still, it is the riders’ responsibility to follow traffic rules and act safely. There are warning signs in steep tracks.

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