We have course marshals where the course crosses gravel roads. Their task is to keep other people out of the course and to contact the first aid personnel in case a rider needs help and treatment in the course. Riders are responsible for finding the way on their own and to know how many rounds they have cycled and how many rounds they have left. Study the course maps and use the training times well.
Here you can see the start of the course, the route through the arena for the laps, and the finish, as well as the location of the most important points of the arena.
Key to the map: 1. Unloading zone, 2: Team tents, 3: Secretariat, team managers’ meeting, two toilets, and anti-doping station, 4: Timing chip checkpoint, 5: Two toilets, 6: To areas for warm up, 7: Start field, 8: Start,
9: Finish, 10: Kiosk, 11: Awards podium, 12: Showers/one toilet, 13: First aid station, 14: Bicycle wash, 15: Café tent, 16: Entry for ambulance