You’ll see an orienteering map with a leg between two controls. You have to draw the shortest legal route between the controls, as quickly as possible.
Desktop computer or laptop.
In sprint orienteering, selecting the correct route choice is crucial in performing well. Picking the wrong route will lose you time. This game tests your ability to select the fastest route.
We recommend that you play some warm-up games before playing the actual stage.
- 1 point for each correct route you draw in under 20 seconds
- 0.5 points for each correct route you draw in over 20 seconds
At the end, you’ll be ranked by:
- firstly, how many points you scored
- then, the total time you took to chose your routes
You can play 3 warm-up puzzles before moving on to the real thing. This is the same area as the competition.
In the warm-up games, you have the option to see the correct route after you’ve drawn your route. In the actual stage competition, we’ll only release the correct routes after the stage has closed.
If you want to play more practice games you can here.
Ready to compete?
You’ll see 10 legs in total. For each leg, draw the route that you think is shortest. For some legs, there’s more than one possible shortest route.
The map is of a Barrio Nájera in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Not yet used for a real orienteering event!
The map is to the new (2019) sprint orienteering map specification – so dark green is uncrossable.
When you’re ready to play:
- Go to this link.
- Enter your competition number. Your name should appear.
- Select Start.
- When you finish, your score and time are automatically recorded.
You MUST complete this stage by 17:00 UK Time on Sunday 7th June.
If you have any issues, please contact us.
Big thanks to our sponsors:
- CompassPoint – orienteering equipment
- Sprint Scotland – sprint racing and training in Scotland
- Catching Features – offering a 40% discount to all competitors