There are 4 classes:
For the mixed relay: Popular (3 athletes)
The maps for the competition will be new and updated.
Old maps: Faro | Loulé | Quinta do Lago | Salir
Scale and contour intervals predictions:
All events will be organized in accordance with the Competition Rules for IOF MTB Orienteering Events’ as published by the IOF, the Special Rules for the World Cup in MTB Orienteering and the IOF Anti-Doping Rules valid at the time of the Event. IOF MTB Orienteering Competition rules are available on www.orienteering.sport.
Summary of the most important rules:
To be published further in time
19 and 20 September 2020 – III Ori BTT da ADM. Information and entries here.
Doping is strictly forbidden, and the organizers of World Cup MTBO & WMTBOC, JWMTBOC, and EYMTBOC 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. The IOF Anti-Doping Code and rules apply as of 1st January 2015.
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 check this link for more information https://orienteering.sport/iof/anti-doping/
SPORTident Air+ (range: 1,5m) will be used on all events with SI-Card and compatible Control Stations.
SI cards can be rented from Organizers for €15 / for the event (€80 deposit).
Embargoed Areas from May 2019 till 8 October 2020
The areas marked on the map are embargoed for all orienteering activities unless specifically
permitted by the organiser. The embargoed areas are out of bounds for all potential
participants and team members, including competitors, team leaders, coaches, doctors,
escorts, and any other person with a potential connection to a team (athletes or others). This
means that all potential participants and team members are not allowed to visit these areas
with or without a map at all, regardless of whether it is an orienteering activity or a training
session, a walk with the dog or a leisurely Sunday stroll.
Loulé city centre may be visited on foot or by car without an orienteering map; any orienteering
or MTBO activity, cycling, running, using a map or testing route choices are forbidden.
Please check the embargoed areas in the map below.