Course designer(s): Peteris Ledins, Ott Toomet
There will be seven courses each day; White, Yellow, Orange, Brown, Green, Red, and Blue. Course details will be provided here once the courses are finalized.
To learn more about the color system for courses, go to
and for course and class structures, go to
(ignore the distances in the table).
Points will be given each day to the participants on the courses corresponding to their age and gender, and those “running up”. For example, a 50-year old male can be ranked running in class M50-54 or any other class up to the M21+ class. The appropriate class is based on your age on Dec 31, 2019. Overall winners in the competitive classes are based on the points for the two days. Classes with fewer than three runners may be combined at the discretion of the organizers. There are Open classes on all courses; they are open to all age and genders, solo participants or groups, and they are not competitive.
You can sign up for any course that you think you can manage, but you may not be part of the ranking. If you are registering for a course that has lower difficulty than your age/gender class, please register for the Open class on the course. We encourage first-timers to sign up for the White, Yellow, or Orange courses.
In addition to these competitive classes, there is an Open class on all courses, open to solo and groups.
F: Female, M: Male. A dash (“-“) before an age indicates no age limit up to that age. A plus (“+”) after an age indicates no age limit above that age. The “21” and Open classes don’t have any age limits.
|Classes for points
* In 5-year age groups.
How are courses measured?
Courses are measured as the crow flies, in a direct line from control to control. Unless you have wings, you will travel farther than this distance! Courses are measured in kilometers, so a good rule of thumb is to simply round up to miles to estimate how far you will go. So in a 5 kilometer race, you’ll likely travel up to 5 miles.