In light of new Covid numbers and new Provincial restrictions regarding outdoor gatherings we have decided to make the UKR Ocup a Virtual Event. As you may know this means participants will be using the MAPRUN6 app on their phones to keep track of the check point punches. You will need a smartphone or GPS watch to punch each control. See instructions below on how to use Maprun6.
Here is how it works:
- Send a signed waiver to [email protected]
- Once we receive your signed waiver, before race day you will receive the maps in PDF format and the course notes
- Download the MapRun6 application (Android or iOS)
- Click “Select Event” and go to folder Canada > Ontario > Toronto > 2022 > UKR Ocup
- Choose one of the two courses to run.
- Go to the park and when you are near the start location click on “Go to Start”.
The app will ‘punch’ the start automatically and the timer will begin.
You will hear a beep at each control as you go through the course. Continue to the finish and you will be able to see how you did by clicking “Show Results”
** If you do not hear the beep or see the control register us the "Scan for QR" button at the bottom of the screen to scan the QR Code attached to the control flag to manually punch.**
|Saturday, February 12th, 12:01 am
Meet directors: Eugene Mlynczyk
Course setters: Eugene Mlynczyk
| Eldred King
Contour Interval: 5m
The length of this run will depend on a participant’s O-cup handicap. This race will feature the O-Cup Box which consists of a set of 6 to 8 checkpoints which participants may visit in any order. Particpants may skip check points in the box equal to their handicap point total. Handicap points are awarded as follows:
$10 for Non TOC Club Members.
FREE for UKR Club and TOC Club members.
Consider Joining our Club for discounts for future 2022 events!
If you are a club member please just send in your waiver with a 2022 date on it. No need to go through Zone4 registration.
SportIdent electronic timing will NOT be used at this event. Please download and install Maprun6 before going to the site. See the notes above.
We have created a short YouTube video on how to use Maprun6. Click HERE to watch!