Last chance to enter the Melbourne Sprint Weekend. Entries close on 28 February

Do you enjoy Sprint into Spring? At the coming March long weekend, you can do the equivalent of a whole series in three days.

But remember that, unlike Sprint into Spring, there will be no enter-on-the-day. You need to enter by midnight Wednesday February 28.

There’ll be prizes for winners of each class.

To enter go to Eventor, click on race 1 and read the “How to Enter” instructions. These tell you how to enter all events in a single transaction.

Sportident Air contactless (SIAC) punching

The events will use SIAC contactless punching so there is no need to slow down at controls.
SIAC is not mandatory, but if you’d like to use it and do not have your own SIAC stick, these are available for hire (listed in Eventor as an additional “event”). If you prefer to use your own conventional Sportident stick, these will still operate by normal punching.

Previous Maps

Curious to see what some of the maps will look like? Copies of previous maps can be viewed on the carnival site. To see them click here.

Any Questions

To find out more click here

Or contact the MSW team at MSW18atvicorienteering.asn.au

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