For the list of states whose citizens are required to have a visa to enter France, check the official site of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of France.
The competition areas (long and middle distance) are embargoed areas for competitors, team officials and others who, through knowledge of the terrain or the competitions, may influence the results of the competitions. It is strictly prohibited to enter the embargoed area. These embargoed areas are valid until the competitions are over.
|Max temperature||18 °C|
|Min temperature||7 °C|
|Average temperature||12 °C|
|Airport||Distance from event center|
|Brive Airport – Vallée de la Dordogne||10 km|
|Limoges airport||80 km|
|Bordeaux Airport||220 km|
|Toulouse Airport||240 km|
Teams are responsible for their own transport to and from the events.
On request, the organisers can provide bus transport from official accommodations to competition center.
Doping is stritly forbidden, and the organisers of Orienteering MCO 2020 are dedicated to supporting the anti-doping authorities in their work.
Doping controls may be carried out any time during the competition period. As some sites for the doping controls may be a few minutes’ drive away, we suggest that athletes are prepared at all events to take along some dry clothes to change into after their race.
Doping tests are always carried out in accordance with the procedures described in the WADA International Standard of testing. The IOF Anti-Doping Code and rules apply as of 1st Febuary 2010.
Athletes who are selected for the doping tests must bring an official identification (with photo) to the doping test area. The athlete should also bring along their therapeutic use exemption (TUE) if applicable. In general, it is advisable that the athlete bring along their ID to all the competitions and events.