IRF Rules of Rogaining - Current as of the 1st January 2015

IRF Rules of Rogaining - Current as of the 1st January 2015

Rogaining is the sport of long distance cross-country navigation for teams travelling on foot. The object is to score points by finding checkpoints located on the course within a specified time. Checkpoints may be visited in any order. 

Rogaining is an amateur sport to be enjoyed by social and competitive participants and event organisers.

The IRF Rules of Rogaining are binding for all national, regional and world championship rogaines. However, they govern the conduct of all rogaining events organised by any group affiliated with the International Rogaining Federation.

The rules include provisions on the conduct of competitors (Part B), technical standards for organisers of rogaining events (Part C) and some special requirements for the World Rogaining Championships (Part D). 

 
 
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