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Eesti suurima maastikurattamaratonide sarja Elion Estonian Cup finaaletapi Jõulumäel ning ühtlasi kogu käesoleva aasta sarivõistluse võitis Caspar Austa (Tartu Ülikooli Akadeemiline ...
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10. Jõulumäe MTB Maratons (EEC 2009)
Laiks 12.09.2009
Vieta Jõulumäe EST
Veids Riteņbraukšana
Distance Marathon 53 km 12:00
Half-marathon 26 km 12:45
Children Races 11:00
Organizētājs Andres Sepp, +372 503 7663, www.pyhaloomaaed.ee andres@andrereklaam.ee  
Thank you for all participants and welcome to Jõulumäe in 2010!
EEC RESULTS 2009 CHILDREN RACES AJAKAVA JOOGIPUNKTID PESEMINE TOITLUSTAMINE
NOTEIKUMI
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ELION ESTONIAN CUP 2009
ESTONIAN CYCLING MARATHON SERIES
Racing Regulations

1. Competition

1.1. Elion Estonian Cup (EEC) is series of cycling marathons in Estonia.
1.2. EEC events will be held in compliance to the EEC Racing Regulations, the competition regulations of Estonian Cyclists Union and the reglement of UCI.

2. Schedule of the events

Event

Name of the Event

Scheduled date  

Starting Point  

Event No 1 9th Mulgi Cycling Marathon Sunday, May 03 Viljandi, City Stadium
Event No 2 Rõuge Cycling Marathon Saturday, May 16 Rõuge, Ööbikuoru field
Event No 3 12th Tallinna Cycling Marathon Saturday, June 06 Kõrvemaa Hiking and Skiing Centre
candidate* 2nd Kalevipoja Cycling Marathon Saturday, July 04 Jõgevamaa, Kuremaa village
Event No 4 9th Elva Cycling Marathon Saturday, July 25 Elva, City Stadium
Event No 5 10th Otepää Cycling Marathon Saturday, August 01 Otepää, Tehvandi Skiing Stadium
Event No 6 9th Rakke Cycling Marathon Sunday, August 16 Rakke, Linnamäe Stadium
Event No 7 10th Jõulumäe Cycling Marathon Saturday, Sept 12 Pärnumaa, Jõulumäe Recreation Centre
 
*Kalevipoja Cycling Marathon in 2009 is EEC series candidate marathon thus the points scored will not be added to the series overall results.

3. Races and Distances
3.1. During each EEC event a Marathon, a Half-Marathon and a Children’s Race will be held.
3.2. The Marathon will be at least 50 km long.
3.3. The Half-Marathon will be approximately 30 km long.
3.4. The Children’s Race has separate Regulations.

4. Starting Times
4.1. Marathon events will start at 12:00 a.m.
4.2. The Starting time for Half-Marathons and Children’s Races will be announced separately for each event in EEC advertising materials and in the Internet
www.sportinfo.ee/estoniancup

5. Registration and Fees
5.1. Registration for the EEC 2009 Cycling Series begins on March 1, 2009.
5.2. Riders may register for the EEC events (expect for registration on the spot) only in the Internet, on Sportinfo home page:
www.sportinfo.ee/estoniancup
5.3. The entry fee includes: a marked racing track, a starting number, a timing chip, timing (provided when the timing chip is correctly attached from the start to the finish), service at food stops and at the finish, awarding, a diploma for the riders with results (printable only from the Internet, for Children’s Race on the spot), a possibility to wash the bike, medical care if necessary.

5.4. Entry fees (in Estonian kroons):
 

Prepayment for
the entire series

Entire series +
candidate marathon

Registr.
phase 1

Registr.
phase 2

Registr. on
the spot

Marathon

1400 (200 x 7)

1600 (200 x 8)

280

375

500

Marathon, born 1991 and earlier

1050 (150 x 7)

1200 (150 x 8)

210

290

400

Half-Marathon

1050 (150 x 7)

1200 (150 x 8)

210

290

400

Half-Marathon, cat. M14, M16, W14-16

700 (100 x 7)

800 (100 x 8)

140

200

300

Marathon and Half-Marathon, born 1944 and earlier

free

free

free

free

300

Reregistration

       

100

Reregistration from Half-Marathon
to Marathon

       

200

 
5.4.1. Riders born in 1944 and earlier also need prior registration to participate.
5.4.2. Reregistration takes place only in the events morning on the spot and ends 30 minutes before the start.

5.5. Registration as prepayment for the entire EEC series must be paid as a single payment.
5.5.1. Prepayment registration closes on April 22, 2009 at midnight.

5.6. The first phase of registration closes on the Wednesday of the week before the race, at midnight.
5.7. The second phase of registration closes on the Wednesday of the week of the race, at midnight.
5.8. Registration in the events morning on the spot ends 30 minutes before the start.
5.9. In case the registered rider cannot participate in the race, the entry fee will not be returned nor will it be transferred for next events.
5.10. Any payments received later than the dates and times indicated in these Racing Regulations will not be taken into consideration and the registered person will not be included in the starting list. The delayed payments will not be returned by the organizers.
5.11. If a EEC event is cancelled for the reasons that do not depend on the organizers, the entry fees will not be returned.

6. Registering teams
6.1. Men’s and women’s teams are scored separately.
6.1.1. Men’s teams will be scored only in Marathon race.
6.1.2. In men’s team also women can ride, who are riding Marathon race and have been registered in the men’s team.
6.1.3. Women’s teams are scored when there are only women riders in the team, furthermore results from Marathon and from Half-Marathon will be added to the registered women’s team scorekeeping.

6.2. A team must consist of 4 to 8 members.
6.3. Teams are registered for the entire series at once.
6.4. Replacement of team’s members is not allowed after the first event is held.
6.5. If a team is registered, the entry fee for each member of the team equals the individual entry fee as prepayment for all events of the series (see: table “Entry fees“).
6.6. Team registering closes on April 22, 2009 at midnight.

7. Riding Numbers and Division into Groups
7.1. Riding numbers will be given to the riders on the racing day at the starting point, beginning from 10:00 a.m.
7.2. Start list considering riders’ previous results will be made after second registration phase. Later registered riders will be placed into the last group to start.
7.3. When distributing riders into groups, the best result of the EEC event of the current year is taken into consideration. Until two results are achieved in EEC series 2009 the rider’s best result in 2008 EEC is taken into consideration with coefficient 1,5 (place x 1,5) to form the starting groups.
7.4. The groups are divided as follows: 1-50, 51-100, 101-150, 151-200, 201-250, 251-300, 301-350, 351-400, 401-500, 501-600, 601-800, 801-1000, 1001-...
7.5. In Half-Marathon races the riding numbers are given out and division into groups are the same as in Marathon races, except in the first event, where start groups are formed by categories as follows: M16, M14, W14-16, M-60, Woman, Men and riders registered on the spot.
7.6. In Half-Marathon riding numbers and group division are as follows: 2001-2050, 2051-2100 etc.
7.7. Reregistered riders will be placed into the last starting group.
7.8. The Commissaire has the right to make changes in the riders’ division into starting groups, taking into consideration:
7.8.1. The need for safety in the start;
7.8.2. In Marathon races the Commissaire only can place athletes with Estonian or International Cyclists Union licence Elite, U-23 or M-18 into the first start group.

7.9. Preliminary start list is published in the Internet, on the page
www.sportinfo.ee/estoniancup on the day before the race, at the latest.

8. Important Rules
8.1. No limitations are made regarding the class/type of the bicycles.
8.2. Use of handlebars/extensions used for individual time trials is forbidden.
8.3. Each rider may start only under his/her own name.
8.4. A rider must start the race among the assigned group, the group cannot be changed without the approval of the Commissaire. 8.5. A rider must pass the entire racing distance in order his/her result to be registered.
8.6. A rider is forbidden to use someone else’s help to move forward on the racing track.
8.7. Each rider must wear a helmet.
8.8. A rider is forbidden to change his/her bicycle during the racing distance.
8.9. It is obligatory to follow traffic regulations, traffic-controllers, traffic-signs, signposts and other regulations made by the organizers. 8.10. A rider violating regulations stated in paragraphs 8.2-8.9 will be disqualified.
8.11. Event’s video recordings and photos may be the basis for disqualification.

9. Responsibility
9.1. Each participant assures that he/she is responsible for his/her state of health, for his/her physical preparedness and participates in the event on his/her own risk and complies to the requirements of these Racing Regulations.
9.2. Each participant is responsible for his/her own safety and for other riders’ safety dependent on himself/herself.
9.3. All riders younger than 18 years of age will be on their parents’ responsibility.
9.4. The rider is materially liable for the timing chip from the moment he/she receives it with the starting materials until returning the chip. In case the rider does not return the chip he/she will be obliged to pay the fine of 500 kroons on the basis of the issued invoice. Unless the rider pays the fine he/she will not be allowed to compete in the following EEC events.

10. Scorekeeping
10.1. In order to get a result, the rider must from the moment he/she enters the start corridor until he/she crosses the finishing line wear the rider’s starting number visibly on the handlebar and have an electronic timing chip corresponding to the starting number attached according to requirements to the bicycle.
10.2. The timing chip must be attached to the down tube of the bicycle frame, as near to the bottom bracket as possible.
10.3. At each event, the riders get points according to their event placing as follows:
10.3.1. In Marathon race:
- 1st place: 1500 points;
- 2nd place: 1495 points;
- 3rd place: 1492 points;
- 4th place: 1490 points;
- 5th place: 1489 points, etc.

10.3.2. In Half-Marathon race:
- 1st place: 1200 points; every following place until 30th gets 6 points less than previous;
- 30th place: 1026 points; every following place until 60th gets 5 points less than previous;
- 60th place: 876 points; every following place until 100th gets 4 points less than previous;
- 100th place: 716 points; every following place until 150th gets 3 points less than previous;
- 150th place: 566 points; every following place until 200th gets 2 points less than previous;
- 200th place: 466 points; every following place gets 1 point less than previous.

10.3.3. Marathon and Half-Marathon have separate (individual) scorekeeping.

10.4. The best riders in different categories will be found out by their event placing.
10.5. The overall placing of a rider in the EEC series will be found out by adding up the points that a rider scored for his/her five (5) best race placings in the series. The rider with the biggest score is the winner of the series.
10.5.1. In case of equal scores, the riders’ best place in EEC 2009 series is taken into consideration to form the overall placing. When these are also equal then the riders’ next best place is taken into consideration etc.

10.6. In team competition scoring, the individual points of the three best riders of the team for an event will be added up, which establishes the placing of the team within the event and the teams, both men’s and women’s, will be given points for their placings as follows:
- 1st place: 150 points;
- 2nd place: 145 points;
- 3rd place: 142 points;
- 4th place: 140 points;
- 5th place: 139 points etc.

10.6.1. In men’s team competition only the Marathon race points will be counted.
10.6.2. In women’s team competition both Marathon and Half-Marathon race points will be counted.
10.6.3. When teams score an equal amount of individual points in an event, then the team, whose rider is placed the highest in the event, will get more team competition points.

10.7. Overall placing for men’s and women’s team competition is formed by adding up the best six (6) team placing points in the series.
10.7.1. In case of equal amount of team points, the teams’ best place in EEC 2009 series is taken into consideration to form the overall placing. When these are also equal then the teams’ next best place is taken into consideration.

10.8. The preliminary results of each event will be published during the following day of the race in the Internet, on address:
www.sportinfo.ee/estoniancup
10.9. Reports about correcting potential mistakes in the event’s finishing protocol are accepted until the Wednesday evening following the race on the event organizer’s e-mail address.

11. Age categories (based on years of birth)
11.1. Marathon (men): M18 (1991-1994), U23 (1987-1990), M-main category (1970-1986), M40 - Senior 2 (1960-1969), M50 - Senior 3 (born in 1959 and earlier);
11.2. Marathon (women): W23 (1987-1992), W-main category (born in 1986 and earlier);
11.3. Half-Marathon (men): M14 (1995-1998), M16 (1993-1994), Men-main category (1950-1992), M60 - Senior 4 (born in 1949 and earlier);
11.4. Half-Marathon (women): W14-16 (1993-1998), W35+ (born in 1974 and earlier), W-main category (1975-1992).

12. Awarding the winners of the events
12.1. After the race of each event, the best competitors of each age category will be awarded with a trophy or a souvenir and with monetary prizes and/or various articles of value within at least the following monetary value (Estonian kroons):

Age category

I place

II place 

III place 

IV place 

V place 

VI place

Marathon placing

4000

2500

1500

1000

1000

1000

Marathon Women’s placing

2000

1500

1000

     

Marathon: M18, U23, M40, M50, W23

1000

700

500

     

Half-Marathon: W14-16, M14, M16, M60

1000

         

Half-Marathon:W35+

1000

700

500

     
 
13. Awarding the winners of the overall EEC series
13.1. The best riders of the series from each age category will be awarded with monetary prizes or various articles of value within at least the following monetary value (Estonian kroons):

Age category 

I place 

II place

III place

IV place

V place

VI place

Marathon placing

10000

7000

5000

4000

3000

2000

Marathon Women’s placing

5000

3000

2000

     

Marathon: M18, U23, M40, M50, W23

4000

3000

2000

     

Half-Marathon: W14-16, M14, M16, W35+, M60

3000

2000

1000

     
 
14. Awarding the best teams
14.1. The best men’s team and the best women’s team of each event will receive a trophy or a souvenir.
14.2. The six best men’s teams and the six best women’s teams of the overall series will be awarded with monetary prizes or with various articles of value within at least the following monetary value (Estonian kroons):

Team 

I place 

II place

III place 

IV place 

V place

VI place

Men’s team (Marathon)

16000

12000

8000

4000

3000

2000

Women’s team (Marathon/Half-Marathon)

7500

5000

4000

3000

2000

1000


15. Claims and Objections
15.1. Any claims, objections or protests regarding the race results, breach of race regulations, etc., must be submitted to the Commissaire within the following periods:
15.1.1. Regarding the first one hundred finishers, within 1 hour after the 100th rider has crossed the finishing line.
15.1.2. All other EEC riders: before the finish closes (5:00 p.m.).

15.2. When submitting a claim or an objection, one must pay 500 kroons which will only be returned if the protest is satisfied.
15.3. All claims and objections submitted regarding the race will be solved by the Commissaire.
15.4. The cases that are not regulated by these Racing Regulations will be solved by the race judges/commissaires and/or organizing committee.

16. Event organizers

Event

Organizer  

Phone 

E-mail  

Mulgi Cycling Marathon Loit Kivistik (+372) 50 37 186 juhatus@rattaklubi.ee
Rõuge Cycling Marathon Ivar Tupp (+372) 51 14 179 info@haanjamatkad.ee
Tallinna Cycling Marathon Jüri Voodla (+372) 50 89 285 korve.ring@mail.ee
Kalevipoja Cycling Marathon Tarmo Raudsepp (+372) 56 958 663 tarmo@aksimotell.ee
Elva Cycling Marathon Jüri Kalmus
Toomas Järveoja
(+372) 58 001 065
(+372) 51 53 699
juri717@hot.ee
toomas.jarveoja@elva.ee
Otepää Cycling Marathon Tarvi Kuus
Neeme Ernits
(+372) 50 97 506
(+372) 50 64 950
otepaa.rattasoit@mail.ee
neeme@tehvandi.ee
Rakke Cycling Marathon Enno Eilo (+372) 51 53 228 enno.eilo@mail.ee
Jõulumäe Cycling Marathon Andres Sepp (+372) 50 37 663 andres@andrereklaam.ee

17. Main organizer
17.1. The main organizer of the EEC cycling marathon series is MTÜ Pro Jalgratturite Klubi (Pro Cyclists Club),
www.proklubi.ee
17.2. Representative of the main organizer: Allar Tõnissaar, telephone: (+372) 50 14 427, e-mail:
info@proklubi.ee  


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