This is how it works in Lakia-Jukola

These instructions are intended to guide the Jukola visitors on how to act in the Jukola event. For detailed instructions relating to the competition, see the competition guide.


The competition information desk will open on Friday 16 June at 10:00, after which team material can be collected. A team material pick-up ticket has been sent by email to team contact persons. If the email has not been received or has been redirected to the spam folder, the team material pick-up ticket can be downloaded from the link below.



Thursday 13.6.2024

18.00 Running orders must be submitted by 18.00

Friday 14.6.2024

10.00 Opening of the event centre and competition info
21.00 Closing of competition info

Saturday 15.6.2024

8.00 Competition info opens
12.45 Check-in for the Venla relay starts.
13:00 Opening ceremony and Jukola flag-raising
13.30 Venla relay / start of the start section – grouping of the orienteers in the starting area starts
17.00 Venla relay winner at the finish line
18.30 Venla relay exchange closes
18.45 Venla relay restart
19.00 Jukola celebration and prize-giving ceremony for the Venla relay
21:00 Jukola Forest Church
21:45 Check-in for the Jukola relay begins.
22:30 Closing of the finish line of the Venla Relay
22:30 The Jukola relay / start of the orienteers’ grouping at the starting area begins
23:38 Sun sets

Sunday 16.6.2024

03.19 Sunrise
06.23 Winner of the Jukola relay crosses the finish line, the winning team reads the Jukola message
08.45 Jukola relay exchange closes
09.00 Jukola relay restart Section 7 of the race rules.
09:30 Jukola relay restart: 2nd to 6th part of the race instructions.
09:30 The distribution of the return maps at the competition info starts
09:40 Award ceremony for the Jukola relay and presentation of the Jukola flag
15.00 The finish of the Jukola relay will be closed
16.00 Closing of the race centre and info desk

For more information about the awards ceremony, see the competition guide.


Opening hours of the services:

Fri 14.6. Sat 15.6 Sun 16.6
Competition Center 10.00-24.00 0.00-24.00 0.00-16.00
Competition info 10.00-21.00 8.00-24.00 0.00-16.00
VIP-info 15.00-18.00 10.00-24.00 0.00-11.0
Forest church 16.00-22.00 12.00-24.00 8.00-14.00
Media services 14.00-20.00 10.00-24.00 0.00-14.00
Restaurant 12.00-20.00 10.00-24.00 0.00-15.00
Grill-cafe 12.00-18.00 10.00-24.00 0.00-15.00
Street Food 12.00-19.00 11.00-24.00 0.00-14.00
Military home cafe 8.00-20.00 8.00-24.00 0.00-12.00
Mallasrasti 10.00-22.00 10.00-3.30 9.00-15.00
Candy shop 10.00-21.00 8.00-24.00 0.00-15.00
Ice cream 10.00-21.00 8.00–21.00 8.00–15.00
Jukola-shop (Noname) 10.00-22.00 8.00-24.00 0.00-14.00
Suunnistajan kauppa 10:00-20:00 8:00-24:00 0:00-14:00
Intersport 10.00-22.00 9.00-24.00 0.00-13.00
Keltamäki 12:00-20:00 9:00-24:00 0:00-13:00
Sauna Closed 14:00-24:00 0:00-16:00
Shower Closed 9.00–24.00 0.00–16.00

Safety and emergencies

How to act in an emergency

Accidents and illnesses:

First aid is available at the first aid station in the competition centre (see section First aid)
on Fri 14.6.2024 at 10.00 – Sunday 16.6.2024 until 16.00. Otherwise, the services of the
general health service will be used.

If you have a medical condition, allergies or medication that may affect your treatment,
please write your name, medical condition, allergies, medication and the telephone
number of a contact person who can provide further information to the medical staff.

Serious medical conditions:

Call the emergency services on +358 50 384 3227 and follow the instructions below.
• Contact the emergency services and ask for help.
• Check the patient’s breathing and circulation. Inanimate patient; start basic
• If breathing and circulation are OK, check possible external injuries.
• Move the unconscious patient in a lateral position.
• Do not move the patient unnecessarily.

Immediate life-threatening situation – call 112!

• Call also to emergency service number, +358 50 384 3227
• Arrange guidance to the location

Fire in a competition centre, tent area or car park:

In case of fire in the event centre or in the parking area: act according to the instructions
below. Inform also the security emergency department at +358 50 384 3220

If you notice a fire:

• Warn people of the risk
• If possible, limit the fire (fire extinguisher, fire blanket)
• Call 112
• Guide the fire department to the location


Contact the closest safety guard or call the Security tel. +358 50 384 3220
• If the situation is threatening, call 112.
• Do not put yourself or others at risk.

Traffic accidents:

Contact the nearest traffic warden or call the Safety Management Centre +358 50 384 3220
• If the situation is serious or outside the event area, call 112.
• Help those involved and prevent further accidents.

Important phone numbers:
• General emergency number: 112
• Safety Centre: +358 50 384 3220
• Competition information: +358 50 384 3223
• Competition Centre First Aid +358 503843227
• Finnish Poison Information Center +358 800 147 111
• Property management (structures, electricity, water, toilets, waste disposal): +358 50 384 3228

Competition information is responsible for event guidance, advice and race-related matters, such as race orders, etc.
The Safety Management Centre is in charge of safety-related matters such as first aid, traffic, parking, rescue/fire-fighting and crowd control.

First Aid

The main first aid station for the competitions is located in the centre of the competition
centre, in the same building as the management centre. A doctor and first aid staff will be
on duty at the main emergency room. The main first aid post is open Fri 14.6.2024 at
10:00 – Sun 16.6.2024 at 16:00. The Painting Helpdesk is open Sat 15.6.2024 12:00 –
Sun 16.6.2024 16:00.

In the competition centre and tent areas there are first aid signs, and first aid is indicated
on the competition centre map. The first aid point is marked with a green cross. In the
competition area there is one first aid point during the Venla relay from 13.00 to 22.30 and
during the Jukola relay Sat 22.00 – Sun 16.00 two first aid posts. The first aid points on the
terrain are marked on the competition maps with a purple cross. In addition, there will be
light first aid equipment in the refreshment points and some of the control marshals have

In the competition centre there are defibrillators at the points marked on the guide map for
laymen to give CPR in case it is needed.
Pharmacy, Kauhavan kirkonkylän Apteekki and Kauhavan ykkösapteekki operates under
normal hours in its normal premises in the centre of Kauhava during the race weekend.

Arriving to Competition Centre See Map here

Guidance to the competition centre

The signs will be in place on Friday 14.6.2024 at 7.00. The signs must be followed.

Arrival by train

The event organiser recommends arriving by train. 
The train station is located about 5 km from the race centre. The organiser ́s Shuttle- bus
between the Kauhava train station and the competition centre costs 5€/ person/way from
the train station to the competition centre. Children under 15 years free of charge.

Passenger cars

Car parking spaces are subject to a fee. You can pay for you parking with the ParkMan –
app. Download the ParkMan- app to your phone from the App store (linkki) or Play app
store (linkki). You can also get help with charging from ParkMan support staff at the race
information desk or at the parking service point. the one-off parking fee is 20€. You can
also buy a parking ticket MobilePay, card payment and cash at the competition info for

The parking fee will be checked by automatic number plate cameras. If the parking fee has
not been paid at the time of departure, it will be invoiced afterwards. Parking fee is 20€
and +10€ billing supplement. By parking you accept the terms and conditions.

• Be prepared for traffic congestion on your way home.
• Pay attention to safety, monitor your state of alertness on your way out.
• Do not leave valuables in the car.
• There are toilets at the edge of parking areas.
• Charging facilities for electric cars in Kauhava are limited. Take this into account on
your trip.

Motorhomes and caravans

Caravans and motorhomes must reserve their place in advance via the registration
system, as indicated in the invitation to the competition. The number of places for these
vehicles is limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. The parking fee
of EUR 50/100 will be paid in advance through the registration system as an online
Motor home/ caravans will be directed to the competition centre along the same routes as
buses. Instructions for more details: LINK

You may only enter the parking area if you have reserved and paid for a parking space in
advance in the registration system. LINK

When arriving by motor home/caravan, follow the signs and the traffic controllers and be
prepared to give your name + the name of the person who has reserved the space, when
entering the area. Parking tickets will not be sent in advance to those who have
reserved a space, but you will only be admitted if your name is on the list.
The parking area for motor homes and caravans opens on Friday 14 June at 10.00 and
closes on Sunday 16 June at 16.00. There are toilets in the area.

There is no provision for emptying septic tanks in the car park. It is advisable to empty the
tanks before entering the Jukola. There is no electricity available in the area. All open fires,
barbecues, etc. are prohibited outside the motor home or trailer. The use of awnings and
front awnings is also prohibited. The minimum distance between vehicles is 4 metres and
when parking, the instructions of the parking supervisors must be strictly followed. The use
of aggregates in the tourist vehicle area is prohibited at night from 22:00 to 07:00.

Club buses

The club buses will be directed to the competition centre along a dedicated route reserved
for bus only. Instructions for more details: LINK
Traffic controllers will supervise the waiting and unloading of the buses. These instructions
must be strictly followed.

After unloading, club buses be driven to the free parking area. The organiser will not
provide transport to the campsite for unloaded goods from the club buses. The distance
from the unloading point to the camping site is between 10 – 1000 metres.
It should be noted that on Sunday, when leaving the campsite, the company buses can
only enter the unloading and loading area with permission when the entire travel company
is ready to board the bus in its entirety. Traffic controllers will supervise entry. The persons
in charge of the buses must establish contact with their driver at the waiting area.
The designated contact person for the club buses will inform the person in charge of the
unloading point when the entire travel company is ready to board the bus as a whole. The
person in charge of the unloading point will give permission for each bus contact person to
call his driver to the unloading and loading area.
The instructions of the person in charge of the unloading site and the traffic controllers
must be strictly followed.


Motorcycles (and mopeds) have their own parking spaces on of the competition centre.
Motorcycle and moped parking is also subject to a fee and the parking fee is paid via the
domestic ParkMan application. You can pay for parking in advance or on the spot.
Pre-download the ParkMan app on your phone from the App store or Play app store. You
can also get help with the download from ParkMan support staff at the competition info or
at the Parking Service Point. The parking fee is €20. You can also buy a parking ticket with
Mobilepay, card payment and cash at the competition info or with Mobilepay and card
payment at the Parking Service Point.

Parking fees will be checked on exit throughout the event. Please note that a vehicle that
has not paid the parking fee on leaving will be charged retrospectively, with a parking fee
of €20 + €10 billing supplement. By parking you accept the terms and conditions.


Bicycles have their own parking space at the competition centre. Parking is free of charge.

Leaving the competition centre

Exit from the competition centre and the parking area will follow the same routes as on
arrival, as instructed by the organisers. If necessary, traffic congestion will be regulated by
traffic controllers. Parking fees are controlled electronically by cameras.


The taxi stand is located in the competition centre next to the bus unloading area. The
location is marked on the competition map (linkki). You get into a taxi from the taxi stand.
You can order a taxi from the Central Taxi switchboard on +358 100 84 999.

Preparing for the competition

Competition info

The competition information desk is located in the competition centre next to the Jukola
gate. Team material and return maps will be distributed at the competition information
desk. A collection ticket for these must be printed out in advance. A digital version is not
sufficient. At the information desk you can buy model navigation and training maps, plastic
covers for maps, parking tickets, sauna tickets and safety pins. Payment can be made by
MobilePay, cash, debit or credit card.

Please check the validity of your Emit card before arriving at the Lakia-Jukola. In the
competition centre you can check the Emit card next to the info and in front of the check-in
tent. You can rent an Emit card from the competition information desk to replace an
inoperative one. Emit cards are available for sale in Suunnistajan Kauppa.

Information boards and guidance

The information board is located near the competition info. There are also guide boards in
the competition centre and in the unloading areas for the buses, which provide information
on the activities of the competition centre. In the tent areas there will be maps and notice
boards showing the location of the tent pitches and the clubs’ tent pitches.


During the race weekend, there will be the opportunity to practice model orienteering near
the competition centre. The course markings and grid layout on the model orienteering
map correspond to those used in the competition. The courses will have the same code
label and flag as in the competition. There are no Emit stamps on the courses.
The maps will be on sale at the competition info from Fri 14 June 10.00.
For more information on other training opportunities,
check The model map is 10 €/each
and the training maps for the Jukola are 10 €/each.

Runner bank

In the runner bank on the Lakia-Jukola
website teams can search for runners for
missing legs and runners without a team can indicate their wish to run in the relay.

Following the competition


The start, changeover and finish can be followed and filmed in the competition centre from
areas reserved for the public. Video boards in the competition centre will show the events
in the competition centre and on the terrain. GPS tracking devices will be used to monitor
the progress of the top teams.

There is an air traffic restriction in the area, so no flying drones will be allowed, except for
TV production.

TV and radio

The Jukola organiser and Kepit Systems Oy will provide television coverage on the
competition centre screens. Yle will broadcast both the Venla and the Jukola relay on TV.
The broadcast will be available on Yle channels and on Yle Areena.

Yle radio Suomi will follow the event throughout the night.

The English-language Jukola Live coverage of the Lakia-Jukola can be watched on IOF
TV: Both relays on Jukola Live cost a total of €25.

Forest Church

There is a Forest Church in the area of the Jukola competition centre. Forest Church is
open for silence, prayer, peace and quiet or even for discussion. There will be a
communion service in the Forest Church on Saturday 15 at 21.00, which takes about an
hour. The patron of the competition, Bishop Matti Salomäki of Lapua, will preach at the
communion service.

Children’s World

The Children’s World is located in the competition centre (see map). There will be a variety
of activities, such as the Powerpark bounchy castle and The Finnish Orienteering
Federation Rastiralli.

NOTE! There is no supervised childcare at the Children’s World. Children are under the
responsibility of their parents.

VIP guests and media

The VIP guests will be met in the VIP information point which is located in the VIP area.
Accredited media will be received at the media information desk in the media centre,
located near the festivities stage.


Dogs must be kept on a lead. We recommend that dogs are not brought into the competition area for their own safety.

Food and drink

In addition to the main restaurant and café, Lakia- Jukola’s competitors and spectators will
be served in the Street Food area. There is also an ice-cream and Licorice shop in the
competition centre. In the Defence Forces’ demonstration area there will be a café. The
opening hours of the restaurants and cafés can be found under Opening hours.
The main competition restaurant serves delicious dishes. We recommend buying your
food online in advance to reduce congestion. (Click here to online shop). You can
also find the online shop in the Jukola app. You can also buy your food on the spot via the
online shop, by payment card or MobilePay. You can buy your meal ticket in cash at a
ticket office. After paying you will receive a QR code which, when show to the ticket
reader, will allow you to dine.
Servings include bread, spread, water & salad.

The main competition restaurant has a café serving coffee, tea, buns, juice and
soft drinks.

Almost all foods will be available lactose-free. Dairy-free and gluten-free options are also
available. The staff can give information about product ingredients, and they can also be
found on site and on the website for more details.
On Fridays, restaurants have a limited choice. On Friday, only some restaurants will be
open. From Saturday onwards, all restaurants will be open, some lines may be closed at
off-peak times.

Please prefer to pay by card, MobilePay and online shop!

The busiest times in the restaurants are around relay starts, at breakfast time (from 04-05)
and after the Venla relay finish. During these times you should be prepared for queues.
There are plenty of food restaurants in the area to ensure that the food service runs as
smoothly as possible. There are a few tables and bench seatings near the restaurant for
diners who need a place to sit down (e.g., families with children).
The restaurants use biodegradable disposable containers, which are sorted into bio-waste.
Please act responsibly and put your rubbish in the rubbish collection points. We don’t litter
at the Lakia-Jukola! Thank you in advance!

Drinking water

There are designated drinking water stations marked on the map at the competition
center and accommodation areas. Drinking water stations can be found at the start and
exchange area as well as near the finish line. It is prohibited to wash equipment at the
drinking water stations. Equipment washing is only allowed at the designated area next to
the equipment washing facility.


The event centre is open to tents and camper cars / caravans from Friday June 14th from
10.00. Take care of your valuables! The use of open fire, grills, camping and gas cookers
etc. is strictly forbidden. Smoking is prohibited except in designated smoking areas that
are marked on the guide map.

Camping areas

Camping in tents takes place in pre-reserved, numbered tent pitches. The camping areas
are located about 1000-1500 metres from the competition centre. The tent places are 10 x
10 metres in size and they are numbered in the field. The reserved tent places are shown
on the Lakia-Jukola website as well as on information boards located at the camping area
and at the competition info.

Tents Set Up by Organiser (Rented Tents)

The pre-reserved rented tents set up by the organiser are located about 100- 1000 metres.
from the competition centre (Mäntylä). Tents are numbered with signs next to the tents.
The tent places and numbers can be seen on the Lakia-Jukola website and on information
boards located at the camping area and at the competition info. The tents are not heated.
Further information from the competition info.

Wind Shelters

The teams’ wind shelters can be set up in pre-reserved places shown by the organisers.
Pathways must be left free. Other tents and the use of open fire, gas grills, camping and
gas cookers etc. is strictly forbidden in the wind shelter areas.
Wind shelters can be brought to the area on Wednesday, June 12, between 10:00 and
21:00, and on Thursday, June 13, between 10:00 and 21:00. During this time, you can
leave your car at the bus unloading area while unloading the tent.

On Sunday 16th June 2024 dismantled tents from the windshelter area can be picked up
by car from the bus turnaround between 10:00-13:30 and 14:30-18:00. Please drive slowly
enough and follow the organisers instructions.

During pick-up, cars cannot be left in the parking lot even for a short time. Items to be
picked must be ready for pick-up nearby the bus turnaround spot. The goods must be
quickly loaded into the car and the cars are immediately driven away from the area.

Other Services:

Battery Charging

The competition info offers a limited amount of mobile phone charging points. Take your
own charger with you.

Storage of valuables

There is no organised locked storage for valuables. Please take care of your valuables.
The organisation of Jukola is not responsible for damaged, lost, or stolen personal

Use of Internet and mobile phones

As in all bigger events, the mobile networks’ capacity is limited. The goal is to use
mobile devices without consuming too much of this limited capacity, so that for example
the GPS-tracking of the competition works properly. Use of normal websites, such as the
online result service is not a problem. Due to high loads on the internet network, it is
not recommended to watch videos or television broadcasts or download video
streams. Please do not create or download video streams in the event centre (Youtube,
Facebook, Instagram etc.), as this causes a high load on the network and endangers

Jukola Shop

The Jukola shop offers official Jukola products. Some special limited items can be found in
the store. Noname is the partner in charge of organising the Jukola shop.

Jukola App

You can download the Jukola app to your mobile device from the Play Store or the App

Competition maps

Competition maps with all controls are sold at the information centre from Sunday June
16th 10:00 a.m. at a price of 10€/ map.

Lost and Found

Items found during the event weekend can be handed in to the competition info.
Missing items can be looked for in the info until Sunday at 4 pm after which the lost items
will be delivered to the Jukola office where they will be stored for a week. After a week the
more valuable items will be delivered to the Lapua police station.

Instruction board

The main instruction board is located in front of the competition info.

Payment Methods

In the restaurants, Jukola Shop, and competition info desk, payment can be done in cash
or with most common bank and credit cards (e.g., Visa, MasterCard) or MobilePay.
Contactless payment is also accepted. The largest banknote accepted at Jukola sales and
service points is 20 euros. Only the competition info accepts 50 € banknotes.
Private businesses in the area accept different forms of payment at their own
discretion. There is no currency exchange or cash withdrawal possibility at the competition

Several cash ATMs can be found in Kauhava.
• Kauhava ABC
• K-Supermarket Kauhava


The washing area is located in the competition centre. In addition to the showers, the washing area has tented saunas. A separate washing facility is reserved for women during the relay.

The sauna and washing facilities will not be available on Friday. Washing up on Friday will take place approximately 2.2 km from the Jukola gate. Location of the Friday washing facilities

On Saturday the showers will open at 09.00. All saunas are warm from 14.00 on Saturday until 16.00 on Sunday.

During the Jukola relay there will be a separate smaller sauna for women from 23.00 on Saturday. On Saturday from 14.00 to 22.00 the smaller sauna is for men. Signposts to the correct sauna and washroom facilities are at the doors of the washroom. The sauna fee is €5, payable on site by cash, MobilePay or most major payment cards. A sauna ticket can also be purchased at the competition information desk. The sauna fee includes the peflet.

The use of your own detergents is strictly forbidden! Biodegradable detergents will be provided by the race organiser.

There are separate collection bins for returnable bottles and cans in the washing area.

Please do not leave your belongings in the changing rooms.


The use of open fire and the use of any outdoor and gas cookers, barbeques, and
tent heaters is strictly forbidden in the entire event centre and in all accommodation areas,
inside and outside the tents and in parking areas. Fire ban will be supervised.


Photography in the event area is permitted. Pictures and video material of competitors
will be taken by the organiser and by private photographers during the event. By
participating in this event, you agree that the organiser of the event may use the pictures
taken at the event for their own purposes.

Private photographers must obey the instructions of the organiser (concerning
forbidden areas e.g.) and the common rules of photographing the competitors.

Cleaning of equipment

There is a separate equipment washing point close to the showers and sauna. Washing
of sports gear elsewhere is forbidden.


The toilets in the competition centre are marked on the competition centre map. All the
toilets have hand disinfection liquid available. Waste items such as diapers or plastic
wrappings must be put into the correct rubbish bins, not in the toilet. Please make sure you
take care of good hand hygiene!


Jukola is an environmentally friendly event. The event organisation follows the guidelines
of the Ekokompassi certification awarded to Joensuu-Jukola in 2017. Ekokompassi is an
environmental system designed for events and small businesses.
It is important not to litter the environment, and every competitor and spectator is expected
to sort their waste. We kindly ask all participants to pay special attention to proper waste
At Lakia-Jukola, waste is sorted and sent for recycling according to local sorting
guidelines after the competition. There are several waste sorting stations available at the
competition centre.

Sorting waste at the event centre


• cardboard containers, such as milk and juice cartons
• cardboard food packages such as biscuit packets.
• paper bags
• toilet rolls and kitchen paper rolls
• corrugated cardboard packaging
• multi-packaging cartons of beverages


• all kind of paper excluding paper bags
• foodstuffs and paper napkins


• food plastics, e.g. cans, bags, boxes, wraps and tray
• Non-returnable plastic bottles

Mixed waste

• slightly soiled cardboard and paper packaging and textiles
• used disposable containers, including cartons
• contaminated carton packaging, e.g. pizza boxes, ice-cream cases
• textiles such as clothing
• energy gel wrappers
• coffee and crisp bags
• empty medicinal products, and other containers containing aluminium which are
not suitable for metals recycling.
• diapers, and other used hygiene products
• shoes and other articles of rubber, leather and imitation leather
• PVC plastics, 03-labelled and other unidentified plastic products

Metal and glass

• Separate containers for metal and glass
Returnable bottles and cans
• separate containers located close to the food and drink services and in
the shower/sauna area.
• A returnable bottle is identified by the PALPA deposit mark, which also shows
the deposit value.

Batteries and electrical equipment can be returned to the competition info.
Energy gel wrappers or other wastes should be put in rubbish bins in drink
stations or to the rubbish bins located around the competition centre. Please do not

Forbidden Actions

It is forbidden to advertise or sell any products or services in any part of the event
area, including accommodation areas, parking areas and the competition centre, without
written permission by the event organiser. Advertising other orienteering events is only
allowed on the information board reserved for this purpose. The board is located next to
the result board. It is not allowed to deliver advertisements onto the car windshields.
It is absolutely forbidden to use radio phones operating on VHF frequencies in the
competition centre area (excluding the organisation staff).
Use of helicopter drone cameras is forbidden for security reasons. There is a restriction
for aerial traffic in the event area (the restriction excludes the TV-production).
There is an unconditional smoking ban in the competition centre based on the Finnish
tobacco laws except for a designated smoking point. The smoking point is located close to
the beer tent and is marked on the area map.
Consumption of one’s own alcohol drinks is forbidden in the competition centre. Drinking
of alcoholic beverages is only allowed in the beer tent area.
The use of open fire and the use of any outdoor and gas cookers, barbeques and
tent heaters is strictly forbidden in the entire event centre and in all accommodation areas,
inside and outside the tents and in parking areas. Fire ban will be supervised.
Camping in the wind shelter area is forbidden.

Club flags cannot be placed in the competition centre (open area). In the accommodation
area and in the wind shelter area flags can be used. Please take care that placing of flags
in the areas with TV cameras does not interfere with TV. The flags that disturb TV
coverage will be removed.

Did you know that…

You can advertise orienteering events on the information board which is located next to
the result board. If you want to advertise or sell something in the event area (including
the accommodation and parking area and the competition centre) you have to have a
written permission of the competition organiser.
According to the rules of the Finnish Orienteering Federation (FOF), it is the duty of
all competitors to help injured competitors. Further, in case of a missing competitor, it is
the duty of any competitor to help if the organiser asks.
See the competition guidelines in competition instructions.

Welcome to Lakia-Jukola!

Let’s create a safe and clean, amazing orienteering event together!