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The FISU Regulations for World University Championships and the Competition Rules for the IOF Foot Orienteering events (valid from 1st of January 2020) will be followed in the event.

Competition Rules for Orienteering - IOF web website.

ORIENTEERING

1. GENERAL TERMS

The Orienteering competitions shall be run in accordance with the most recent technical rules of the International Orienteering Federation (IOF), unless otherwise stated. In case of disagreement in the interpretation of the rules, the English text shall be regarded as authoritative. The programme and duration of competitions are fixed by FISU in agreement with the Organising Committee and the CTI WUC. The competitions shall last five (5) days and include the following events:

Men:

- Individual sprint distance race

- Individual middle distance race

- Individual long distance race

- Relay race

Women:

- Individual sprint distance race

- Individual middle distance race

- Individual long distance race

- Relay race

Mixed:

- Sprint relay race

 

Each country may enter a maximum of seventeen (17) persons of which twelve (12) competitors with maximum of six (6) males and six (6) females and five (5) officials.

Each country may enter in:

Long distance:  four (4) males and four (4) females

Middle distance: four (4) males and four (4) females

Sprint distance: four (4) males and four (4) females

Relay: two (2) male teams of three (3) persons and two (2) female teams of three (3) persons

Mixed Relay: one (1) team of two (2) female runners and two (2) male runners

 

At the first General Technical Meeting, the Head of Delegation or his/her representative shall confirm and sign the official list of competitors accredited by the CIC.

 

2. PRE-COMPETITION PROCEDURE

Three (3) months before the Championship, the Organising Committee has the right to collect 25% of the total cost of stay per athlete and official from participating countries.

3. TECHNICAL OFFICIALS

A jury consisting of three (3) team officials shall be appointed at the first General Technical Meeting. The IOF Technical Delegate shall chair the jury without voting rights. The jury shall remain the same throughout the competition week.