We are sorry to announce that Stockholm Indoor Cup 6-7th February is CANCELLED, naturally due to the ongoing pandemic. We may be able to organise a smaller covid-secure competition later in 2021- keep up to date through this website. Stay safe!
Welcome to Stockholm Indoor Cup, the world’s biggest indoor orienteering event! Stockholm Indoor Cup (SIC) is the competition for you who want a unique orienteering experience- it is all indoors! Racing through the stairs and along the corridors of a building, just to find yourself stuck and do it all over again… Think of it as a 3D maze as much as ordinary orienteering! And remember, the world’s best forest orienteer may not be the one winning SIC…
The premises for Stockholm Indoor Cup 2021 are yet very unclear. The competition is set to be hosted 6th-7th February 2021. As of January 15th 2021, this however seems more and more unrealistic. All types of sports events are currently banned and it is unlikely that anything will change in three weeks. Furthermore, UK and Danish citizens are banned from entering Sweden until further notice. We intend to give a notification on the organising of SIC no later than January 24th. Three options are at the moment considered; organising something 6-7th February, cancelling the competition entirely or postponing it until later in the spring. Regarding postponement, this has to be coordinated with other O-races within the Stockholm region.
There is some hope that these restrictions will be at least somewhat relaxed soon, and thereby making it possible to organise something. In order to maintain social distancing, we are looking towards organising a ”light” edition with no indoor arena, long start intervals and recommending personal transport to/from the venue. Something that will not change however is the experience along the course! Quite the opposite, with less work to do on the competition centre we hope to be able to focus even more on the ”little extras” during the race!
We will keep you updated through Facebook (with updates in English!) and through this website, however, don’t expect a full-scale, ’normal’, competition in February.
We also kindly ask you to take all covid-restrictions and recommendations seriously. Please check https://www.krisinformation.se/en/hazards-and-risks/disasters-and-incidents/2020/official-information-on-the-new-coronavirus/visiting-sweden-during-the-covid-19-pandemic for updated official information. If we have any doubts whatsoever about the safety of organising the competition, we will cancel the event.
Usually, we are happy to help out with any practical details for competing in Stockholm Indoor Cup! This year, though, things may be different due as travel restrictions may be in place. We will publish all information in English, however it may be a bit delayed compared to the Swedish information. If you need any information from us to be able to plan your trip, please don’t hesitate to send us an e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org
Entries, bulletins etc are posted through Eventor, the Swedish Entry system. A link will be put here once we know more! Don’t miss our Facebook page or Instagram for regular updates!
Welcome to Stockholm Indoor Cup 2021! We promise you a really spectacular and extraordinary competition. Still not sure? Check out this cool video from 2015 to get an idea of what is coming: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_HOhdgflJU. Or you may want to check out this headcam video from 2020: https://youtu.be/70GKBJYrVL0
We are always looking for ways to make the competition feel ”fresh” and we can certainly promise some new, crazy feature…
Are you intending to start your own indoor competition and need assistance on where to start? Perhaps regarding mapping issues, course setting, or something else? We are always happy to help you out! Please feel free to contact us through e-mail to email@example.com or directly to David Hector at firstname.lastname@example.org! We are more than happy to help you out with any questions regarding starting your own competition! And perhaps participate in the event, too…
A symbol set for ocad (which can be imported into OOmapper too) is found under ”Kartnormen”. Feel free to use it and spread it to anyone interested. An English translation is underway!