The third stage will satisfy every orienteering runner. The terrain is absolutely extraordinary, scale 1:4000 and point in almost each pit. There is around 900 pits on the 0,7km2 of terrain – globally unique! The attached part of the map suffices to describe it. Let this terrain convince you to join Wawel Cup! Watch out cause even the best runners may go crazy...
This year our aim is to create such event that every day there is “something different” awaiting the runners. This is the offer of diversified terrains, interesting competition center location and high level orienteering what will make Wawel Cup 36....
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In our Moday’s news 4 weeks ago we presented the information on the stage I terrain… and it is high time for news about awesome Bledowska Desert! Wow, how this time goes quickly – there is only 71 days left to the competition!
We have yet another gift for you for the Wawel Cup 36. closure. To those who has not yet seen our previous news, below you will find parts of new Jacek Morawski’s map – we have it complete :) Stage V competition center will be located near the viewpoint at Czubatka, from what you will be able to observe emotion-laden rivalry during desert-style handicap. Beside Desert, which itself is a great attraction, there will be interesting subtle contour details, running on half-opened terrain, a bit of rocks, and if you are interested: a bath in the lake! We will do our best to make the last stage both a stunning spectacle to watch and technically challening competition!
“Generally I like this terrain very much and I consider it as one of the most unique and interesting among those I have seen in Poland, so I really hope it will be a real firecracker! :-)” – Jacek MorawskiRead More
According to what is stated in the bulletin 0, we share with you the information about accommodation at camping. It will be located next to IV stage competition center, at the school pitch (John Paul II Elementary School in Klucze). It’s a great place to stay of you want to be kept in the loop of what is going on! The camping is located in the closed, fenced terrain with access to electricity and showers.
Prices: 15 PLN for tent + 10 PLN /per person/ per day.
Please send your accommodation related enquiries on e-mail: email@example.com.
Easter, Easter and it’s gone… But we are ready for hard work. Since there will be more and more stuff to deal with, we will be publishing more and more news on this website. Let us follow the latest trends and invite you to join our facebook event. We are going to post there the most essential information about the competition. You will still be able to view the remaining news on our website and fanpage.
“As usual, Wawel Cup could not be held without Jura’s rocky terrain. This year it will be exactly the same….” The part of last year’s bulletin shows what is awaiting us in stage IV. Typical Jura terrain with quite a big number of stones, in addition: long courses with excellent run visibility. Something that Wawel Cup is already associated with! There is also an additional treat planned for some of the categories: the opportunity to practice navigation skills with a map scale 1:15000. This is an excellent chance to train before Autumn Polish Championship! Below goes the part of the old map, but the new one will be prepared for you by well-known and favourite map maker – Włodzimierz Dyzio.Read More
Our sportive family!
We would like to wish you all the best for the upcoming Easter! Let this time be calm, joyful and full of love and why not to wish ourselves be better to each other every day!
Obviously we cannot miss the opportunity for granting “Easter gift”. This time we publish Rabsztyn castle photo, the one You we will have a chance to see on 5th July during 1st stage. See you!
The third stage will satisfy every orienteering runner. The terrain is absolutely extraordinary, scale 1:4000 and point in almost each pit. There is around 900 pits on the 0,7km2 of terrain – globally unique! The attached part of the map suffices to describe it. Let this terrain convince you to join Wawel Cup! Watch out cause even the best runners may go crazy here!
There is already 14 countries on our sign-up list. We are very pleased by the high rate of participants joining from abroad. This year we hope to see higher number of runners from Poland. Some good news for you – after 2 years-long break Wawel Cup is back again on Central Competition Calendar. That is great information for everyone who wants to enter into Polish ranking. Four runs with 1,05 rate may help you increase your points gain. We are also very happy about the return to Central Competition Calendar and we count for fruitful cooperation with Polish Orienteering Association in the years to come! See you on the biggest competition in Poland!
During Wawel Cup 36. second stage we will face quite a different terrain that the one from stage I. The terrain from previous year’s Grand Prix Małopolska will be expanded by western part of the forest. It will allow us to held the long distance in highly interesting terrain! The outstanding element of second stage will be the old Olkusz drift. The forest will welcome you with wealth of subtle contour details, half-open terrains and for the dessert… a warm-up before stage III!Read More
The time left to our competitions is running fast so we are delighted to present you yet another runner who will benefit from free entry fee. (Remember that we want to give you as many of those free packages as possible!) The lucky one is Jerzy Porzycz representing UKS Azymut 45 Gdynia. To be honest, we are quite surprised that we have the opportunity to announce this winner a month earlier than last year. We can’t wait for another 36.! What is more, we are happy to share that there are runners from Germany and Switzerland on our registered participants list. For now, there will be 14 flags waving during Wawel Cup! See you!Read More
I guess we have already mentioned that but… To all who still doesn’t know, we remind that this years’ Wawel Cup will be famous for his exceptional terrain. Competitions will be held in diverse terrain which is not only interesting but technically demanding! We received yet another report from the forest, this time from our well-known cartographer Włodzimierz Dyzio: “Stage II terrain will sometimes resembles a real tundra!” You will get to know more about it in our weekly post on Monday and for now catch this photo from our mapper!Read More