Detailed Event Schedule of FIS Rollerski World Cup 2020 Madona

Day 1 Thu, 27th August – Welcome Day

Time

 

10:00 – 12:00

Unofficial training at Smeceres sils 2,5 km course; Classical technique only (own rollerskis)

18:00

Team Captains meeting at Headquarters of Madona municipality

After TCM

Distribution of skating wheels, provided by FF Rollerskis

Day 2 Fri, 28th August – Sprint F 200m

Time

 

10:00 – 11:00

Official training for Mass start F at Madona city course

11:00 – 15:00

200m Sprint track CLOSED, due to the National Championship

15:00 – 15:50

Official Training for Sprint F at Raina street, Madona

16:00

Sprint Qualification JW, SW, JM, SM (interval 15 s)

17:30

Sprint quarterfinals (1-16 from Qualification, 4 athletes in heat) JW, SW, JM, SM

18:00

Semi-finals: JW, SW, JM, SM

18:20

Finals: JW, SW, JM, SM

5 min after each Race

Flower ceremony

19:00

Official Opening and Prize giving ceremony, at city square

20:00

Team Captains meeting at Headquarters of Madona municipality

Day 3 Sat, 29th August – Mass start F

(race at Madona city with rubber wheels (speed 2), provided by FF ROLLERSKIS)

Time

 

9:00 – 11:00

Official training for Distance C at Smeceres sils 2,5 km course

14:30

Mass Start Track open for warm-up

15:00

JUN Women, SEN Women 15 km (5 x 3,3 km) at Madona city

5 min after finish

Flower Ceremony JUN Women, SEN Women

16:15

Junior Men 20 km (6 x 3,3 km)

17:15

Senior Men 20 km (6 x 3,3 km)

5 min after SM Race

Flower ceremony for JM and SM

19:15

Official Prize giving ceremony, at city square

20:00

Team Captains meeting at Headquarters of Madona municipality

Day 4 Thu, 30th August – Interval C

Time

 

Up to 8:30

Return of the Skating wheels (to the Race office)

8:15 – 8:55

Warm-up for Women

9:00

JUN Women, SEN Women 10 km (4 x 2,5 km)

10:00

Warm-up for Men

10:30

Junior Men, Senior Men 15 km (6 x 2,5 km)

 

 

15 min after each Race

Flower ceremony

13:00

Prize giving ceremony

! Athletes must return rollerskis immediately after the finish15

Additional Race Info:

Athletes receive individual transponders at the first bib pick-up. Transponders stay with the athlete and must be used in all races. According to ICR 343.5 Competitors must wear/use all the means of identification (bibs, leg bibs, transponders, GPS…) provided by the organizer.

Transponders must be returned to the Race Office after the finish of last race.

In case of loosing bib or transponder, the competitor must pay a fee to the OC (20€ for a bib, 70€ for a transponder).