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Stockholm Maze in support of World Maze Race!

Note: Due to venue constraints, we will not be part of the World Maze Race with standard courses and result reporting. Instead, we’ll build our own unique maze at Lappis. Welcome! (25 May 2021)

The World Maze Day on 29 May 2021 will see major cities around the world build orienteering mazes on the same day.

Be the fastest to complete the course and get out of the maze! And it’s free!

World Maze Race details

World Maze Race in Stockholm - 29 May 2021 (Saturday) at Lappis
World Maze Race in Stockholm - 29 May 2021 (Saturday) at Lappis
Date29 May 2021 4-6pm
ArenaStora Lappkärrsberget, outside Professorsslingan 39
FormatMaze orienteering (labyrinth).
Two competitors will run together in the maze, entering via opposite entrances.
TerrainThe maze is built on a mini football field of approximately 30m x 10m, with a concrete surface.
TransportationUniversitetet Metro Station, then either walk 20 minutes, or change to bus no. 50 and get off at Professorsslingan.   Car park is available along Bergiusvägen.
EntryMembers of a Swedish orienteering club:
Register on Eventor, latest by 28 May.
Note – This event is listed as a club event, please choose “All events” in search.
All others: Register on Metvigo, latest by 28 May:
https://met.run/e/world-maze-race-2021-stockholm-sweden  
You need to choose a timeslot, see “Rundown” below.
Limited quota available for entry on the day.
Entry feeFree
Card rental 30 kr
CategoriesJunior: D/H 20 – born 2001 or after   Open (any age):
D/H 21   Senior: D/H 35 – born 1986 or before   We will try to arrange people in the same category to run together whenever possible.   Note:
D (damer) are female categories.
H (herrar) are male categories.
Rundown29 May 2021
Max 8 people per period, see Eventor
TimingSPORTident. You need your own card.
Rental card 30 kr.
Start list &
Event information
Published on or before 28 May 2021 on Eventor.
Results & PrizesThree prizes (certificates) per category.    

Special thanks to SSSB for sponsoring the venue.