General Information

Important Informations

  • No athlete will be allowed to start without a visible run-number,
  • The run-numbers will be assigned by the organization;
  • The winner of NAOM 2018 will be found through the sum of the times of the two middle distance races.
  • No athlete will be allowed to start without an SI-card (chip) or with a number different from the one in the registration, changes may be made in advance by e-mail, or at the event’s reception desk.
  • Contacts: tel: +351 936 264 216; e-mail: inscrever@naom.pt
  • Changes made in the event’s day will cost 2,00€

Classes

COMPETITION CLASSES

YEAR OF BIRTH

W/M 10

2008 or after 

W/M 12

2006 and 2007

W/M 14

2004 and 2005

W/M 16

2002 and 2003

W/M 18

2000 and 2001

W/M 20

1998 and 1999

W/M 21E/A/B

1984 to 1997

W/M 35

1979 to 1983

W/M 40

1974 to 1978

W/M 45

1969 to 1973

W/M 50

1964 to 1968

W/M 55

1959 to 1963

W/M 60

1954 to 1958

W/M 65

1949 to 1953

W/M 70

1944 to 1948

W/M 75

1939 to 1943

W/M 80

1934 or before

OPEN CLASSES

DESCRIPTION

Easy Short

Any age or sex, individually or in group.
The course uses safe linear references. With no technical skills needed and very low physical requirement and a great opportunity for sightseeing;

Difficult Short

Any age or sex, individually or in group.
The course uses safe linear references. Basic technical skills are needed but very low physical skills are required and also with the opportunity for sightseeing;

Easy Long

Any age or sex, individually or in group.
The course uses safe linear references. Basic technical skills are needed and physical skills are required and also with the opportunity for sightseeing;

Difficult Long

Any age or sex, individually or in group.
Formal orienteering course that requires technical orienteering skills and some physical skills. The purpose of this course is the participation of licensed athletes which have sent their entries after the last deadline.

 Classes Night Sprint 

Age until the end of 2018

Classes

Equivalence with Forest Race Classes

 12 or less

 Begginers

 M/W10 e 12

 <=16

 M/W Juvenis

 M/W14 e 16

 <=20

 M/W Juniores

 M/W18 e 20

>=21

M/W Seniores

M/WE, A e B

>=35

M/W Veteranos I

M/W35, 40 e 45

>=50

M/W Veteranos II

M/W50, 55 e 60

>=65

M/W veteranos III

M/W65, 70 e 75

 

Open Courses

Open Easy

-

Open Difficult

-

Prizes

Prizes for the 3 best classified in all classes (5 in ME e WE). Awards for the 3 clubs with highest score

Baby-Sitting

Available near the event Arena. the second stage will not work

ORI - school

The String-O wil be installed in a controled area and supervised by the organization. It wil be available from 9:30 to 11:30am on both days. Entries on location (near babysitting). Name of the child, parent name and contact are required for registration purposes.

 Accommodation

Hard floor: sleeping floor will be made available at Pavilhão Municipal do  Crato. Participants must bring their own mattress and sleeping bag.
Open - 9 p.m. (12 January)
Other possibilities: There are various accommodation possibilities within the area of the event, please check the Accomodations page

Baths

Baths will be available in the same location as the hard floor: Pavilhão Municipal do Crato

Electronic punch control

SportIdent is the official electronic event control system in Portugal.

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