Regulations of the single events

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Age groups in all individual events (but not in the combined events for the heads of the companies, disc-golf, snowboarding, fishing. snow-run with flippers) are M, W, M30, W30 (born in 1986 or earlier), M40, W40 ((born in 1976 or earlier), M50, W50 ((born in 1966 or earlier).

 

Combined events for the heads of the companies

Description of the event

Combined events for the heads of the companies consists of three following events: power ride on skis, snow-run in the flippers and skiing on the Tartu Maraton course.

Participants

Senior leaders and supervisors are allowed to participate.

Schedule

Power ride on the skis will take place on Saturday, February 11th at 9:00-10:30.

Snowrun with flippers for SpordID prizes will take place on Saturday, February 11th at 18:00 – 19:00

Skiing on Tartu Maraton course will take place on Sunday, February 12th at 13:00-14:3

Classes

Men, women

Ranking

For individual ranking the points for all three events are summed up. All the heads of the companies who participated in at least one event are ranked.

Team ranking

Three best results irrespective of the class will form the team ranking.

General terms

Contestants must have their own equipment for the power ride and Tartu Maraton course skiing.

 

100m ski sprint

The competition is held in classical technique on the 50m course.  Every contestant will pass the track twice and the competition is held as a back and forth relay.

Forming the team

A team is made up of 2 male and 2 female contestants from one company.

Schedule

11:00   warm up, mandate

11:55   race meeting for the contestants

12:00   heats

Approximately 12:50 Final

Competition system

4 best teams will go on to the final. In the final, those faster in the heats, have the priority to choose the tracks. Places 1-4 are given in the finals, places 5-… according to the heat times.

Team ranking

Only the highest score will count, other teams from the same company won’t hold the points.

General Terms

The contestants must have their own equipment.

 

Disc-golf

Description of the event

During the competition the contestants will cross the 5 basket winter track with as few shots as possible. The start to the track is by the Kekkose sauna. Prior to the race it is possible to practise on the 0-track by the Kekkose sauna.

Schedule

The contestants can choose a suitable time for them on Friday, 10th of February at 12:00-17:00 or on Saturday, 11th of February at 10:00-17:00. The game takes at least 1 hour so it is not possible to start after 16:00.

Classes

M, W, M40, W40

Competition system

3-5 teams will start at once. Every shift will mark their result to the score card and give it to the main organizer of the event. On the first track the first name on the score card will start. On every next track the best from the previous track will start.

On the track always the contestant whose disc is farthest from the basket will throw (multiple times if necessary).

Every contestant can play only once.

In case of equal results the result from the 5th rack counts, then from the 4th, from the 3rd etc.

Team ranking

Five best scores irrespective of the class will count.

General terms

The equipment will be given. Loss of a disc costs 15 EUR. It is possible to play also with own discs.

 

Downhill skiing and snowboarding

Description of the event

The competition is held on the recreational slope of Väike-Munamäe. On downhill skiing men and women have different courses. Men have up to 10 and women up to 8 cates.

In snowboarding all the contestants have the same track with 8 cates.

There are no jumps etc on the track.

Classes (snowboarding)

M, W, M40, W40

Schedule

13:30   Mandate, slopes open for warm up (including race tracks)

13:50   Race meeting for the contestants

14:00   Downhill skiing:

M50 starts                  W50 starts

M40 starts                  W40 starts

M30 starts                  W30 starts

M starts                      W starts

15:30   Snowboarding:

W40 starts

M40 starts

W starts

M starts

Competition system

A person can participate on one of the events – downhill skiing OR snowboarding. It is not allowed to take part of the both. If possible, also final runs are held. Exact system of the competition turns out after registration of individuals.

Team ranking

In snowboarding up to 10 and in downhill skiing up to 5 best scores irrespective of the class will count.

General terms

Wearing a helmet is a must on the race track.

Practising on the race track before the race is forbidden. All the other slopes are open for warm up.

The contestants must have their own equipment. It is possible to rent it on the spot.

 

Team sprint on wooden skis

Description of the competition

The race is held on the 500m track without any ascents. The contestants will take turns and ski two rounds each.

Schedule

16:30   Warm up, mandate

16:50   Race meeting for the contestants

17:00   W / M 40+ heat

W / M heat

Approximately 18:00 W / M 40+ finals

W / M finals

Forming the team

One team is made up of a man and a woman belonging to the same company and to the same age group. As an exception it is allowed for a veteran to group up with a younger contestant to participate in the younger class.

Classes

M / W 40 ja W / M.

Competition system

When there are more than 8 couples in one class, also heats will be run. Maximum 8 teams can start at once. There is no timekeeping in the finals. There will be max 8 teams of one class in the final.

Team ranking

5 best scores irrespective of the class will count. There are special prizes for the 3 teams wearing best retro costumes.

General terms

The contestants must have their own equipment. It is allowed to use wooden skis only. As an exception it is allowed to use contemporary boots and bindings.

In the finals the ones faster in the heats have the priority to choose a starting position.

Relay exchange must take place in the marked exchange area controlled by the referees. Otherwise the team will be disqualified. It is not allowed to block other teams in the exchange area.

 

Quiz show

Forming the team

The teams have 4 members. Smaller teams are not allowed.

Competition system

The quiz show is held in two rounds: 10 questions + 10 questions. Every correct answer will give 1 point. There are no half points. There is one extra question after II round the answers of which will be taken into consideration in case of equal points.

Team ranking

Only the best score will count. Others will not hold on points.

General terms

Using the help of technical resources or of the external people is not allowed. The questions are shown on the screen and read out loud.

 

Power ride on skis

 

Description of the competition

The competition is held in freestyle technique on the 1km track. The average capacity will be measured. The results will be given in watts and in addition to the time, also the weight is taken to the consideration. The contestants are allowed to take extra weights with them. The extra weight must remain with the contestant during the whole race.

 

Schedule

8:30     Warm up, mandate

8:50     Race meeting for the contestants

9:00     Women’s starts:

W 50 starts

W 40 starts

W 30 starts

W starts

Approximately 9:30   Men’s starts:

M 50 starts

M 40 starts

M 30 starts

M starts

Competition system

The contestants will start with 15s interval. The contestants are weighed after the race in the finish area (skis, bindings and boots are not being weighed). The results form like this: RESULT=gravity*distance/time (e.g. 82kg*1000m/3 min (180 s)=45,55 W.

Team ranking

10 best scores irrespective of the class will count.

General terms

The contestants must have their own equipment.

 

Winter volleyball

Participants

Altogether 12 teams in the order of registration can play.

Schedule

Wednesday, 8th February at 20:00 subgroups raffle

Saturday, 11th February at 11:00-18:00 games

Teams

4 people at once are on the field – up to 3 men and at least 1 woman. Up to 8 players can be registered altogether. One player can be registered only to one team

Competition system

The exact tournament system turns out after registration. The matches are played to two-set win.  Sets are played to 15 points (2 points difference), but it may change on the basis of tournament system. Win=2 points, loss=1, quit=0 points. In case of equal points in the subgroup: One on one sets, all sets, one on one points, all points.

According to the result of 2016 Winter Games and Kuldpall 2016, 4 best teams are placed into subgroups. The rest are raffled.

Subgroups raffle takes place on 8th of February and the result with the schedule are sent to team captains e-mails.

General terms

It will be played according to the rules confirmed by EVF. The height of the net is 243 cm. It is forbidden to attack* or block the ball that is played over the front line by the female player. Teams can have one 20 sec time-out in one set. All the questions and arguments are solved by the referees on the spot. When needed, the head organizer of the tournament will settle the disputes and it cannot be appealed.

NB! Teams take full responsibility of being there for the beginning of the game. If the team is not there in full staff, the organizers have a right to mark a loss for them into the table.

* hitting the ball above you with single hand fist, fingers or palm.

 

Winter football

Participants

Altogether 12 teams in the order of registration can play.

Schedule

Wednesday, 8th February at 20:00 subgroups raffle

Saturday, 11th February at 11:00-18:00 games

Forming the team

There are 5 players + goalkeeper on the field at once.  It is possible to register altogether 8 members (male and female). One player must be registered to one team only.

Competition system

The tournament will take place under the auspices of the Estonian Football Association. The referees are licenced by the EFA.

Subgroups are raffled according to the number of the teams participating. Playtime is 12 min, but it can change with reference to the teams registered.

In subgroups the ranking is made up by the summed scores. Win=3 points, tie=1 point, loss=0 points.

If a team surrenders or the game is annulled gets a “-“to the table (or the number of goals by the opponent if the game is being annulled)

In case of equal score:

  1. a) smaller number of surrendering and annulments
  2. b) one on one points
  3. c) one on one goal difference
  4. d) bigger number of wins
  5. e) general goal difference
  6. f) bigger number on goals

The system of the play-offs will be announced after the end of the registration. In case of a tie in play-offs 3 penalties will be shot right after the final whistle. After this the penalties will continue if necessary.

According to the last year’s results the 4 best teams are placed into the subgroups, the rest will be raffled.

Subgroups raffle takes place on 8th of February and the result with the schedule are sent to team captains e-mails.

General terms

It is indicatively mandatory to wear shin-guards.

Yellow card= player is out for 2 min

Red card=player is out until the end of the game and the team will play in the minority for 2 minutes, by the way no less than 4 member can stay in the team. In case of that the penalty time will be postponed.

Two minutes penalty is over if in this time the opposing team scores. If both of the teams have penalties at once, this rule will not apply.

Two yellow cards in same game for the same person do not mean a red card automatically. If a woman scores the team gets 2 points (also applies for penalties). All the questions and arguments are solved by the referees on the spot. When needed, the head organizer of the tournament will settle the disputes and it cannot be appealed.

NB! Teams take full responsibility of being there for the beginning of the game. If the team is not there in full staff, the organizers have a right to mark a loss for them into the table.

 

Rubber boot hockey

Description of the event

When possible, the rubber boot hockey will be played on the Lake Kääriku. If not, then on the ice rink nearby. In this game the puck is replaced with a tennis ball and instead of skates, the players will wear rubber boots.

Participants

Altogether 12 teams in the order of registration can play.

Schedule

Wednesday, 8th February at 20:00 subgroups raffle

Saturday, 11th February at 11:00-18:00 games

Teams

5 people at once are on the field – up to 4 men and at least 1 woman. Up to 8 players can be registered altogether. One player can be registered only to one team

Competition system

The exact tournament system is announced after the end of registration. Play time is 2×5 minutes, but it might change with reference to the teams registered

Subgroups raffle takes place on 8th of February and the result with the schedule are sent to team captains e-mails.

Tournament rules

Small goals are being used.

There is no goalkeeper.

There is an area in front of the goal where no defenders or attackers can step into.

The warm up takes place outside the play area and play time.

In case of the tie in play-off there will be shots to the empty goal from a marked place. 3 shots each and then to the first fault.

General Terms

The ice hockey sticks and tennis balls will be given to you.

All the questions and arguments are solved by the referees on the spot. When needed, the head organizer of the tournament will settle the disputes and it cannot be appealed.

NB! Teams take full responsibility of being there for the beginning of the game. If the team is not there in full staff, the organizers have a right to mark a loss for them into the table.

 

Winter fishing

Schedule

10.50   Competition meeting

11.00 – 15.00  4h competition

Classes

Men and women

Ranking

Best men and women are identified on the basis of the weight of the fish caught. There is a special prize for the biggest fish.

Team ranking

Teams result is the summed weights from all the team members fishes.

General terms

Only one fishing gear can be used and the contestants must have it with them.

It is not allowed to give your fish to another contestant from the same company. If this is noticed, whole team of this company will be disqualified.

Prefeeding of the catching sites is forbidden and if the organizers see it, they will prevent catching on these spots. Only fish caught in the place and on time of the competition counts. Using a sonar is forbidden.

 

Biathlon

Description of the event

The competition will be held on the ski tracks, shooting range and penalty loop of Tehvandi Sports Centre. The distance for every contestant is 4,5 km in freestyle on a 1,5 km track. Penalty loop is 150m long.

Participants

For every 20 participants on the Winter Games the company can but up one team to the biathlon (e.g. 3-20 participants= 1 team, 21-40= 2 teams etc.).

Schedule

Shooting training in the shooting range on Friday, 10th of February at 16:00-19:00

Competition on Saturday, February 11th starting at 12:00

11:30  Warm up, mandate  (NB! Using the ski tracks in Tehvandi Sport Centre is forbidden before 11:30 due to Estonian Championchips!)

11:50 Race meeting for the contestants

12:00  Race begins

Team

The teams have 3 members. Using participants from different age groups gives bonus to the starting time as follows:

M = 0 minutes

M30 = 0 minutes

M40 = 2 minutes

M50 = 3 minutes

W = 5 minutes

W30 = 5 minutes

W40 = 8 minutes

W50 = 10 minutes

Competition system

In every shift the 1,5 km track is covered 3 times and shooting range is visited 2 times. Every missed shot gives a penalty loop.

Team ranking

Only the best teams result will go to team’s ranking. Other won’t hold on points.

General Terms

It will be shot from the ground and the guns remain in the range. Shooting is mandatory, taking 5 penalty loops instead is not allowed. For every shot not fired the team will get 2 min time penalty. For one missed penalty loop the team also gets + 2 min. Shooting will take place in the living order and if wished, it is allowed instead of waiting to do some penalty loops in advance. Contestants must have their own equipment (except for the gun). It is allowed to use own gun for shooting.

PS! All contestants must do the shooting training or prove that they have all the skills needed.

 

Winter swimming for Stihl prizes

Description of the event

Winter swimming will take place in Lake Kääriku. The competition is 20m freestyle swimming (with a turnaround in 10m hole).

Rules

Start goes two by two from the water on referees signal.

The time is taken manually.

Warm up J must be outside competition area and time.

Team ranking

10 best scores irrespective of the class will count.

General terms

The contestants must swim the whole distance above water level.

The organizers will ensure presence of a lifeguard.

Using a calypso is not allowed.

After the race, swimmers may use Kekkose sauna.

 

Horse sleigh ride

Description of the event

After the signal the team must ride downhill with the sleigh and bring it back to starting point. The distance is about 100m down and back up. The turnabout is marked. Start and finish is at same place uphill.

Team

Team has 5 members. There must be at least one woman. Teams with less than 5 members are not allowed on the track.

Team ranking

Only the best score of the company will count. Others won’t hold on points.

General terms

It is advisable to use a non-slip soled shoes.

NB! It is forbidden to run down the hill in front or beside the sleigh!

 

Sprint on Tehvandi rise

Description of the event

The competition is held in freestyle on the 200m  rise of Kunimäe.

Schedule

17:15   Race meeting

17:00   Women’s starts:

W 50 starts

W 40 starts

W 30 starts

W starts

Approximately 17:30 Men’s starts:

M 50 starts

M 40 starts

M 30 starts

M starts

Competition system

There will be 15 sec intervals.

Team ranking

10 best scores irrespective of the class will count.

General terms

The contestants must have their own equipment.

Slower contestant must keep to the right side of the track if needed.


Snow-run in flippers for SportID prizes

Description of the event

The snow-run in flippers will take place on the last 50m of the Kunimäe rise.

Classes

M, W, M40+, W40+

Competition system

1-5 contestants will start at once.

Team ranking

10 best scores irrespective of the class will count.

General terms

The contestants will use flippers provided by the organizers.

 

Skating

Description of the event

The competition will be held on natural ice of Lake Pühajärve. It will take place only with good ice conditions.

Schedule

8:30-9:00        I group warm up, mandate

9:00-9:30        I group race

9:30-10:00      II group warm up, mandate

10:00-10:30    II group race

10:30-11:00    III group warm up, mandate

11:00-11:30    III group race

11:30-12:00    IV group warm up, mandate

12:00-12:30    IV group race

Competition system

The contestants will mass start in groups. Registering to the groups goes with registration of the individuals.

Team ranking

10 best scores irrespective of the class will count.

General terms

The contestants must have their own equipment. Wearing a helmet is mandatory! The beginner skaters should use also knee, elbow and wrist protection.

 

Winter rogaining

Schedule

9:50     Race meeting

10:00   Men’s starts                           Women’s starts

M starts                                  W starts

M 30 starts                             W 30 starts

M 40 starts                             W 40 starts

M 50 starts                             W 50 starts

 

Competition system

There is 30 sec interval in start; the contestants will get the map (A5, 1:10000) after the start. The contestants can choose the order of the checkpoints and plan their own exact trajectory. In the competition the SI marking system will be used. The contestant has 30 min to go through te track. After that the contestants score will be narrowed down by 1 point for every minute. 

Individual ranking

The contestant with the highest score will win. In case of equal points, the time will count. There are altogether 15 checkpoints, 5 of them give 1 point (checkpoints 11-15), 5 of them give 2 points (21-25) and 5 of them give 3 points (31-35). It is possible to have 30 points max. All the results count if the contestant has been in at least one checkpoint. In case of equal points, the time will count.

Team ranking

10 best scores irrespective of the class will count.

General terms

It is advisable to use a non-slip soled shoes. The checkpoints are not hidden and are placed to places with good visibility.
In the interests of fair competition, please avoid running together!

To plan your time on the track better, it is advisable to use a sports watch.

PS!  If you have your own SI stick and you would like to use it, you should give its number with the registration of the individuals

 

Skiing on Tartu Maraton course

Description of the event

The competition is held in the classical technique. There

are 8 starts with 5 minute interval. The start groups form from age groups. With enough snow the race is held on Tartu Maraton course with start and finish on the stadium of Tehvandi Sport Centre. When there is not enough snow the race will be held on 2,5km track of Tehvandi Sports Centre.

Schedule

12:30   Warm up, mandate  (NB! Using the ski tracks in Tehvandi Sport Centre is forbidden before 11:30 due to Estonian Championships!)

12:50   Race meeting for the contestants

13.00 W40 mass start (2,7 km, 1x lap)

13.05 W50 mass start (2,7 km, 1x lap)

13.10 M40 mass start (5,4 km, 2x laps)

13.15 M50 mass start (5,4 km, 2x laps)

13.25 W mass start (5,4 km, 2x laps)

13.30 W30 mass start (5,4 km, 2x laps)

13.40 M mass start (8,1 km, 3x laps)

13.45 M30 mass start (8,1 km, 3x laps)

Team ranking

10 best scores irrespective of the class will count.

General terms

Contestants must have their own equipment.

Turnabouts are marked with signs and judges will ensure the safety.

There will be two way skiing on the course and the contestants must use the right side of the track.