Israel Winter Cup 2013

Results – Israel Winter Cup 2013 – (Excel file, Hebrew)

Start list for Friday has been posted.
Start list for Saturday has been posted.

Friday-Saturday, 27-28 December 2013

Location
Jerusalem Foothills
Competition Day 1  (Friday, 13 December) – Neot Kedumim
Competition Day 2  (Saturday, 14 December) – Burma Road

Orienteering-Israel-Neve-Shalom (7)

Venues – Getting There

winter-2013-o-map-directions

Competition Courses & Categories
Recreational (on Day 2 only)
Shorty (1.5-2 km)  Boys/Girls
Short (3-4 km) – W13, M13
Gold (2-3 km) – W65, W75, M75, M80
Short+ D (3-5 km) – W21C, W40, W45, W50, W55, W60,
Short+ H (3-5 km) – M55, M60, M65, M70
Medium C (4-5 km) – W15, H15, M50B
Medium B (5-6 km) – W21B, W35, M21C, M35B
Medium A (5-6 km) – M45, M50A
Medium (6-7 km) – W21A, M17, M21B, M40
Long (7-9 km) – M21A, M35

Start Times
Competition Day 1:  9:00 to 11:00
Competition Day 2:  9:00 to 11:30 (approximate)
Start lists will be published several days prior to event.

Maps
Scale 1:7500/1:10,000. Contours 5 meter.
Neot Kedumim map (2003). Competition will be held on newly revised map.
Burma Road map (2012)

Check out these existing maps from nearby areas to get an idea of the terrain:
Ben Shemen
Canada Park
Nachshonim
Neve Shalom
Tel Tzora

Registration
50 NIS (approx 10 €) per event, includes EMIT card rental
To guarantee your start time and use of an electronic punch, you must register no later than 1 week prior to the event. Early registration ends 19.12.2013
Online registration is not available in English.
To register, contact Ziv Noiman at: ISOA Info/Registration
For each participant, please provide the following information:

  • First name, last name
  • Male/female
  • Year of birth
  • Country
  • Club
  • Your EMIT card number OR request to rent
  • Email address or other contact information

Waiver
Every registered participant must sign a waiver. A parent or guardian must sign for each child under 18.

Health & Safety
ISOA will provide first-aid at each competition site. Emergency care and major hospitals are within a 30-minute drive from all competition sites. ISOA will not bear responsibility related to medical costs for participants.

Accommodations
Places to stay near the championship venues:
B&B Kibbutz Tzora – Tel: 972-2-990-8562, 972-50-727-2059
Neve Shalom Hotel – Tel: 972-2-999-3030
Moshav Shoresh Country Lodging
Yad Hashmona Kibbutz Hotel
Neve Ilan Hotel – Tel: 972-3-9190669

Inexpensive Accommodations in Israel
Overnight Campgrounds – Israel Nature and Parks Authority
Note: most overnight campgrounds are available for large groups only, by reservation.
Israel Youth Hostel Association
Network of guesthouses and youth hostels throughout Israel.
Field Schools – Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (SPNI).
Hostel accommodations throughout Israel
Israel Hostels (ILH) – Independent Travelers’ Accommodation

O-Training and Travel in Israel
The ISOA invites you to a new orienteering experience.
Come to Israel for a week of O-training and sightseeing, and compete at the Israel Winter Championships.

Terrain
Neot Kedumim.  Located halfway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, Neot Kedumim is a picturesque nature reserve, where visitors can see and experience the Land of the Bible as it was 2000 years ago. Plants and trees, water and agricultural installations, have been cultivated and restored, bringing to life the landscape of ancient Israel.

The Sprint event of the 2009 Mountain Bike World Orienteering Championship was held at Neot Kedumim.

Exceptional Journey to Neot Kedumim



Burma Road (Yitzkak Rabin Park) occupies an area of around 15,000 dunam in the Shaar HaGai area. The park consists mainly of planted forests, and gives visitors an opportunity to see a variety of different geographical segments and historical sites that represent the history of the Land of Israel. The park includes areas of woodland where a variety of wildflowers bloom in the winter and spring, terraces bearing traces of ancient agriculture, and sites of historical and archeological interest that provide evidence of continuous Jewish settlement in the area since Biblical times. The remains of a Roman road, Byzantine and Ottoman ruins, and the remnants of comparatively recent settlement – blend to form the varied and interesting landscape of the park.

Images of Neot Kedumim and Yitzhak Rabin Park (Burma Road)