Up to date event information for athletes and Team Managers at WOC 2022. This page will be continually updated as more information is confirmed.
- Friday 15th July
a.m. Sprint Qualification / p.m. Sprint Final.
- Saturday 16th July
- Sunday 17th July
a.m. Sprint Relay
- Monday 18th July
- Tuesday 19th July
a.m. Knock-Out Sprint Qualification / p.m. Knock-Out Sprint Finals
Bulletins will be published here as pdf documents at the appropriate time. Bulletin 1 (preliminary information) will be published 24 months before the event (July 2020). Bulletin 2 (invitation) will be published 12 months in advance (July 2021). Bulletin 3 (event information) is due 3 months before the event (May 2022) and the final Bulletin 4 (additional event information) given on arrival of competitors.
The Event Centre, including Media Centre, will be in the South Hall Complex at Pollock Halls, a short distance by Number 30 or 33 bus from the city centre.
All information about embargoed areas is to be found at IOF Eventor.
There will be several training camps and opportunities for athletes in advance of WOC 2022. Head over to our training page for further information here.
Edinburgh University Orienteering Club Routegadget features many of the possible race locations including King’s Buildings (2018-01-19), Central Edinburgh (2018-01-20) and Riccarton (2017-11-19). Note these are all embargoed.
Routegadget includes the Race the Castles 2014 World Ranking Event.
Ordnance Survey OpenData can be downloaded for free here as ESRI Shapefiles or GML3 with the most detailed information including OS Open Greenspace and OS Open Map Local. OS Terrain 50 is available either as a 50m gridded digital terrain model or 10m contours and spot heights.
OS MasterMap is the definitive source of highly detailed geographic data and can be purchased from various sources including getmapping.com and emapsite.com. Note that licence restrictions will apply to this data.
There is LIDAR data availability (circa 2010) for Edinburgh available in the public domain here. Note that the LiDAR data will require specialist knowledge and software for input into packages such as OCAD or OpenOrienteering Mapper
Pollock Halls of Residence are part of the University of Edinburgh and during the summer vacation there are over 2,000 rooms available. A range of room types is available, including single standard rooms, double or twin en-suite and self-catering 4-bedded ‘flats’. Various meal options will also be available. Preliminary bookings have been put in place to reserve all categories as described above.
Edinburgh is well used to dealing with significant numbers of visitors from around the world and offers alternative options should teams wish to arrange independent facilities e.g. extended stay in advance of WOC 2022. A list of hotels will be listed here closer to the time of the event.