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JWOC Junior Orienteering World Championship

Competition nameJWOC Junior Orienteering World Championship
Start date20160709
End date20160716
Race typeInternational
Nearest place or cityEngadin Scuol
Club/organizerOK JWOC 2016
Region of countryEngadin
Number of competition daysJWOC 5; Public races: 6
Expected number of runners1500
WRE event?Yes
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URL for video[Link]
Contact email address
Contact phone number+41 31 721 52 68
Contact postal addressLuchliweg 5A, CH-3110 Münsingen
Max distance from eventcentre to competitions0 - 48 km
Latest entry dateJWOC: 26.06.2016; Public races: 20.06.2016
Entry fee (Euro)JWOC: CHF 100; Public Races: CHF 90
Event descriptionSimultaneously with the Junior World Orienteering Championships (JWOC) and just before the legendary Swiss Orienteering Week (SOW), we are offering an attractive competition and training program to all recreational athletes, spectators and vacation guests with the centre in Scuol in the Lower Engadine Valley. Special treats are the events in those towns and woods where just a few hours beforehand the future elite athletes have fought for medals. No less than six former world and european champions are setting the best possible courses in that marvellous competition area. Take advantage of this opportunity and cheer on the junior elite stars with your friends and then follow their tracks on the same maps and courses they had just used.
Terrain descriptionSprint Scuol (1150-1300 masl): Urban area with some grassy public parks. Modern part of the town with shopping streets and a thermal bath area; old part of the town with traditional Engadin houses and narrow streets. Long Val Müstair (1900-2300 masl) : pine forest with semi-open areas varied with open areas. in the forest, the ground is quite rough with grass and rocks in some parts. Middle (1350-2000 masl): Pine and spruce forest with minor open areas and a few marshes. The ground is often covered with grass. Relay (1440-1800 masl): Pine and spruce forest, some semi-open and open areas. The ground is often covered with grass. Only very few parts with thicker vegetation.
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Live results available?Yes
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Live GPS tracking available?Yes
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Live TV available?Yes
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