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50th World Military Orienteering Championship 2017

10 - 16 June, Hamina, Finland


ANNEX 1

PRELIMINARY AGREEMENT
To be returned before 10th of March 2017.



To



50th World Military Orienteering Championship

Maasotakoulu

Kadettikoulunkatu 7

P.O. Box 54

FIN-49401 Hamina

E-mail: wmoc2017@gmail.com







NATION







PARTICIPATION AND NUMBER OF COMPETITORS

YES

NO

Participation total







Number of officials

Men

Women







Number of competitors

Men (max 7)

Women(max 4)







CISM SC members

Men

Women









Date of arrival and means of transport: ________________________________________________


Date: ___________________ :________________________________

Signature of Chief of Delegation

Rank/name: ____________________


Your Contact

Rank/Name




Phone




Fax




E-Mail





ANNEX 2a

(Page 1/2)
FINAL ENTRY
To be returned before 10th of May 2017.
To
50th World Military Orienteering Championship

Maasotakoulu

Kadettikoulunkatu 7

P.O. Box 54

FIN-49401 Hamina

E-mail: wmoc2017@gmail.com



1. Travel Information


NATION:







Day of arrival:

Time of arrival:

Means of transport:


Flight or train no.:

Place of arrival:

Day of departure:

Time of departure:

Means of transport:


Flight or train no.:

Place of departure:


2. Composition of Mission

a) Officials

FUNCTION

RANK

SURNAME

FIRST NAME

Chief of Mission










Team Captain










Coach/Ad libitum












Your Contact

Rank/Name




Phone




Fax




E-Mail





ANNEX 2a

(Page 2/2)
b) Competitors


Function and gender

Rank

Surname

First name

Athlete male










Athlete male










Athlete male










Athlete male










Athlete male










Athlete male










Athlete male










Athlete female










Athlete female










Athlete female










Athlete female














In strict compliance with applicable CISM Regulations (CISM Regulations, Ch. VII, art. 7.22), I, the undersigned Chief of the Delegation, hereby officially confirm that all athletes representing my nation in the CISM event are on active duty in my nation’s Armed Forces. I understand that sanctions may be against my nation, my mission, my team, individual athletes, or myself for violation of this provision (CISM Regulations, Ch. I, art. 1.12).


Date: ______________ _________________________________

Signature of Chief of Delegation



Rank/Name: ________________________


ANNEX 2b
FINAL ENTRYCommitment by the Chief of Mission
To be returned before 10th of May 2017.


NATION:






The undersigned, Chief of Mission declare that he has read the CISM Regulations and moreover understood the following prescriptions:
Article 7.21. PARTICIPATION - MILITARY STATUS

A. Only military personnel on active duty in Armed Forces may take part in competitions

organized by CISM.

B. No one may be recalled to active duty in the Armed Forces for the purpose of participating in a CISM competition. In the case of an intermittent military service, the athletes regularly recalled may not take part in CISM competitions, under any circumstances, if more than 18 months have elapsed between this recall and the end of their last call to arms.

C. Exceptions to the above may be authorized by the General Assembly, upon recommendation of the Board of Directors.

D. All military participants in a CISM event shall be in possession of proper documentation which signifies active military service of the member nation he represents.

The documentation can be:

1. A valid military identity card for those athletes who are authorized to present their

military identity cards abroad,

2. A form of verification (in English and/or French) of military status accompanied by a passport.

E. By signing the final entry, the Chief of Delegation confirms the military status of the

participating athletes. If there are last minute changes in the participation of the athletes, the verification file may be signed by the Chief of Mission, but shall be confirmed by the Chief of Delegation by official letter.

F. If one of these documents is not available, participation is refused.
Article 7.30. CHIEF OF MISSION

  1. Chief of Mission

  1. Chiefs of Mission shall be familiar with CISM regulations.

  2. Missions must not only participate or be present at sports events, they are also required to participate in information conferences on CISM, study days, commemorative and cultural events and ceremonies organized by the host nation.



  1. Conduct of a mission

  1. The Chief of Mission is responsible for the behavior of his team in sports and general discipline. He shall ensure that members of his mission respect the rules and directives prescribed by CISM and organizers of the championship. The respect of schedules is particularly important as they form the basis for the effective conduct of competitions and ceremonies. Instances of indiscipline or poor sportsmanship will be handled by Championship officials and may result in the disqualification of individual athletes or teams.

  2. The Chief of Mission shall also enforce the rules concerning behavior and dress during the ceremonies. He plays an important role in promoting the CISM spirit among his mission, a spirit represented by friendly attitude towards other missions, courtesy towards organizers and fair-play in competition. The mission, who does not wear military uniforms during the opening ceremony of a Championship, will not be authorised to take part in the Championship. The Official CISM Representative will communicate this decision.

Article 8.6. ABSENCE OF A MISSION WITHOUT NOTIFICATION

If a mission which submits a preliminary agreement and/or final entry is absent without notifying the host nation in time, a sanction will be imposed (Regulations Art. 1.12).

Article 8.17. RULES OF STAY

A. General

1. The Chiefs of Mission are responsible for the discipline of their mission. The missions fall under the jurisdiction of the organizing nation. During events, all athletes present on the playing fields are equal before the jury, the referees and to themselves. No one may use his rank to impose his views on sports matters.

2. Civilian members of the missions shall conform to the discipline accepted by all other participants.

B. Military uniforms

1. Unless otherwise approved by the Official CISM Representative, all participants shall wear military uniform during official ceremonies such as the opening and closing ceremonies and medal-awarding ceremonies. Individuals without proper uniform will not be allowed to participate in the championship.

2. The presentation of medals takes place, in principle, during the closing ceremony. The presentation of medals may be done in sports uniform, if for organizational reasons it is not possible to wear military uniforms. This is the case e.g. when the presentation immediately follows a championship sports event. Sports uniforms shall respect the corresponding national criteria (training suit, sports shoes, etc.) Displaying the national flag on the podium by the recipient (athlete or team) at a medal awarding ceremony is forbidden. Individuals failing to respect these prescriptions shall not receive their medal(s) during the official ceremonies.

C. Forbidden actions

1. In conformity with the statutes and traditions of CISM, any political or religious propaganda during a CISM event, in particular the dissemination of documents, pictures, brochures, reviews, etc. is strictly forbidden.

2. Any contravention shall result in the exclusion of the mission from further competition and may result in additional sanctions (Regulations Art. 1.12).

Article 8.19. ACCOMODATIONS

E. All missions, including those of the host nation, shall be accommodated under the same conditions. If the conditions are in accordance with the CISM norms and standards, the missions are expected to accept the accommodation provided by the organizing nation.

Any mission that does not accept the accommodations provided by the organizing nation and judged as adequate by the Official CISM Representative will not be allowed to participate in the championship.

Date: ______________ : _________________________________

Signature of Chief of Mission



Rank/Name: _________________________________




























































To be returned before 10th of May 2017. ANNEX 3
Participation of former presidents CISM Sport Committee Orienteering
Former presidents will be accommodated in the barracks of the garrison area, free of charge from 10th to 16th of June.


NATION:






Gender

Rank

Surname

First name

Passport No








































































































































































FORMER AND PRESENT PRESIDENTS

CISM SPORT COMMITTEE ORIENTEERING


YEAR

NAME

NATION

COMMENT

1965-1977

Erik Karlsson

Sweden

Deceased

1978-1980

Kalevi Tarvainen

Finland




1981-1987

Heinz Tschudin

Switzerland

Deceased

1988-1991

Hans Ruud

Norway




1992-1999

Yngve Johansson

Sweden




2000-2016

Harald Østbye

Norway




2017-

Lars Gerhardsson

Sweden





To be returned before 10th of May 2017. ANNEX 4
Participation of former individual CISM orienteering champions
Former individual champions will be accommodated in the barracks of the garrison area, free of charge from 10th to 16th of June.



NATION:






Gender

Rank

Surname

First name

Passport No











































































































































































FORMER INDIVIDUAL CISM ORIENTEERING CHAMPIONS MEN 1965-2015.
















YEAR

PLACE/NATION

MEN INDIVIDUAL

NATION

1965

Stockholm, Sweden

Nils-Göran Albinsson

Sweden

1966

Not organized

 

 

1967

Halmstad, Sweden

Stefan Green

Sweden

1968

Dragsvik, Finland

Veikko Kostiainen

Finland

1969

Colombier, Switzerland

Karl John

Switzerland

1970

Ålborg, Denmark

Veikko Kostiainen

Finland

1971

Oslo, Norway

Bjørn Fensgård

Norway

1972

Stockholm, Sweden

Veikko Kostiainen

Finland

1973

Fontainebleau, France

Karl John

Switzerland

1974

Pinkafeld, Austria

Dieter Hulliger

Switzerland

1975

Fort A. P. Hill, USA

Jan-Vidar Nielsen

Norway

1976

Hämeenlinna, Finland

Pentti Rautavuo

Finland

1977

Brugg, Switzerland

Åke Jönsson

Sweden

1978

Halden, Norway

Espen Glomsrød

Norway

1979

Aachen, West Germany

Åke Jönsson

Sweden

1980

Karup, Denmark

Heikki Peltola

Finland

1981

Kristianstad, Sweden

Martin Howald

Switzerland

1982

Pinkafeld, Austria

Kaspar Oettli

Switzerland

1983

Curitiba, Brazil

Tore Sagvolden

Norway

1984

Lahti, Finland

Heikki Peltola

Finland

1985

Mont-de-Marsan, France

Urs Flühmann

Switzerland

1986

Chur, Switzerland

Urs Flühmann

Switzerland

1987

Kildare, Ireland

Jens Hansen

Denmark

1988

Ålborg, Denmark

Arto Rautiainen

Sweden

1989

Not organized

 

 

1990

Setermoen, Norway

Urs Flühmann

Switzerland

1991

Borås, Sweden

Urs Flühmann

Switzerland

1992

Brazilia, Brazil

Petter Thoresen

Norway

1993

Szentendre, Hungary

Reijo Mattinen

Finland

1994

Krakow, Polen

Reijo Mattinen

Finland

1995

Säkylä, Finland

Reijo Mattinen

Finland

1996

St. Petersburg, Russia

Reijo Mattinen

Finland

1997

Pontevedra, Spain

Rudolf Ropek

Czech Republic

1998

Biere, Switzerland

Christoph Plattner

Switzerland

1999

Zagreb, Croatia

Valentin Novikov

Russia

2000

Evje, Norway

Håvard Tveite

Norway

2001

Beja, Portugal

Mikhail Mamleev

Russia

2002

Allentsteig, Austria

Mikhail Mamleev

Russia

2003

Vilnius, Lithuania

Valentin Novikov

Russia

2004

Harskamp, The Netherlands

Raimo Turtinen (M)

Finland

2004

Harskamp, The Netherlands

Roman Efimov (L)

Russia

2005

Lappeenranta, Finland

Leonid Novikov (M)

Russia

2005

Lappeenranta, Finland

Evgeny Fadeev (L)

Russia

2006

Guarapuava-Pinhao, Brazil

Andrey Khramov (M)

Russia

2006

Guarapuava-Pinhao, Brazil

Daniel Hubmann (L)

Switzerland

2007

Zagreb, Croatia

Thierry Gueorgiou (M)

France

2007

Zagreb, Croatia

Daniel Hubmann (L)

Switzerland

2008

Alytus, Lithuania

Valentin Novikov (M)

Russia

2008

Alytus, Lithuania

Thierry Gueorgiou (L)

France

2009

Voru/Vastseliina/Haanja, Estonia

Daniel Hubmann (M)

Switzerland

2009

Voru/Vastseliina/Haanja, Estonia

Daniel Hubmann (L)

Switzerland

2010

Kongsberg, Norway

Thierry Gueorgiou (M)

France

2010

Kongsberg, Norway

Thierry Gueorgiou (L)

France

2011

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Simonas Krepsta (M)

Lithuania

2011

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Gernot Kerschbaumer (L)

Austria

2012

Aalborg, Denmark

Valentin Novikov (M)

Russia

2012

Aalborg, Denmark

Valentin Novikov (L)

Russia

2013

Eksjö, Sweden

Matthias Kyburz (M)

Switzerland 

2013

Eksjö, Sweden

Timo Sild (L)

Estonia

2014

Gussing, Austria

Matthias Kyburz (M)

Switzerland

2014

Gussing, Austria

Matthias Kyburz (L)

Switzerland

2015

Mungyeong, Korea

Dmitrii Tcvetkov (M)

Russia

2015

Mungyeong, Korea

Matthias Kyburz (L)

Switzerland




FORMER INDIVIDUAL CISM ORIENTEERING CHAMPIONS WOMEN 1993-2015.













YEAR

PLACE/NATION

WOMEN INDIVIDUAL

NATION

1993

Szentendre, Hungary

Sveta Rahimova

Russia

1994

Krakow, Polen

Tatiana Jaksanova

Russia

1995

Säkylä, Finland

Irina Mikhalko

Russia

1996

St. Petersburg, Russia

Irina Mikhalko

Russia

1997

Pontevedra, Spain

Tatiana Jaksanova

Russia

1998

Biere, Switzerland

Barbara Baczek

Poland

1999

Zagreb, Croatia

Nina Vynnytska

Ukraine

2000

Evje, Norway

Maria Rantala

Finland

2001

Beja, Portugal

Julia Siedina

Russia

2002

Allentsteig, Austria

Tatiana Ryabkina

Russia

2003

Vilnius, Lithuania

Ieva Sargautyte

Lithuania

2004

Harskamp, The Netherlands

Tatiana Ryabkina (M)

Russia

2004

Harskamp, The Netherlands

Tatiana Ryabkina (L)

Russia

2005

Lappeenranta, Finland

Tatiana Ryabkina (M)

Russia

2005

Lappeenranta, Finland

Julia Novikova (L)

Russia

2006

Guarapuava-Pinhao, Brazil

Tatiana Ryabkina (M)

Russia

2006

Guarapuava-Pinhao, Brazil

Tatiana Ryabkina (L)

Russia

2007

Zagreb, Croatia

Tatiana Ryabkina (M)

Russia

2007

Zagreb, Croatia

Tatiana Ryabkina (L)

Russia

2008

Alytus, Lithuania

Tatiana Ryabkina (M)

Russia

2008

Alytus, Lithuania

Tatiana Ryabkina (L)

Russia

2009

Voru/Vastseliina/Haanja, Estonia

Aija Skrastina (M)

Latvia

2009

Voru/Vastseliina/Haanja, Estonia

Julia Novikova (L)

Russia

2010

Kongsberg, Norway

Aija Skrastina (M)

Latvia

2010

Kongsberg, Norway

Aija Skrastina (L)

Latvia

2011

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Aija Skrastina (M)

Latvia

2011

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Sandra Paužaiteèi (L)

Lithuania

2012

Aalborg, Denmark

Sandra Paužaiteèi (M)

Lithuania




2012

Aalborg, Denmark

Aija Skrastina (L)

Latvia

2013

Eksjö, Sweden

Tatiana Ryabkina (M)

Russia

2013

Eksjö, Sweden

Tatiana Ryabkina (L)

Russia

2014

Gussing, Austria

Julia Novikova (M)

Russia

2014

Gussing, Austria

Natalia Efimova (L)

Russia

2015

Mungyeong, Korea

Tatiana Ryabkina (M)

Russia

2015

Mungyeong, Korea

Tatiana Ryabkina (L)

Russia

To be returned before 10 March 2017 ANNEX 5
Participation to Jukola or Venla Relay
Finnish Defence Forces offer the bus transportation on 16th of June from Hamina to Jukola competition centre and on Sunday 18th of June from Jukola to the Helsinki airport.
Also limited free participation to the relays and accommodation at the military tents are available.
The consumers must pay any other extra expenses during the Jukola weekend.

More information of the Jukola Relay 2017: http://www.jukola.com/2017/en/



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