Jan Kjellström

International Festival

of Orienteering 2017

South East

14th April - 17th April


British Orienteering

UK League


How to enter the JK

Late entry may be possible but only if maps and start times are available.  New entries will be placed on a waiting list with no payment required as there is no guarantee of being offered a place.  If we are able to accept your entry you will receive an email after 20 March inviting you to make payment to complete your entry. See fees below for late entry.

Entries may be made online (preferred) or in writing (see bottom of page) and entry fees are given in the table below. All championship class competitors must be either a member of British Orienteering or a member of an IOF affiliated Federation.



Please note that only one SI card number may be used per individual entry (i.e. if choosing to hire, then it must be for all the days entered).

Alternatively if you wish to look at the options for buying a SIAC card then click here

Please allow 5 working days after renewing British Orienteering membership for this to be updated in the online entries database.

For individual days, 1, 2 and 3 (including PreO and TempO:

    Click here to enter
    Click here to edit entries if necessary
    Click here to view entry lists

For Relays (club captains only):

    Click here to enter
    Click here   to edit entries if necessary. Team Captains should also use the edit link to declare their
          teams by midnight on 16th April.
    Click  here to view entry lists.

Elite Entrants - Competitors entering Elite classes should be aware that they will be allocated start times according to the British Orienteering Rules. If competitors require a start time in a specified band such as early or late, then they are recommended to enter either their appropriate Long class or the Open classes.

World Ranking Event: those entering the M/W21Elite Days 1, 2 and/or 3 are reminded that they must provide a World Ranking ID when they enter. More information about the WRE ID is available here.

If entry numbers for Elite classes exceed the available start times some competitors may be selected out to the appropriate Open or Long class.

Cancellations policy: refunds will be given to cancellations by entrants as follows:-

Postal Entry: competitors entering by post should use the form which can be downloaded here, and post it to

JK2017 Entries
9 Kenyons
West Horsley
KT24 6HX

Postal entry closing date:
12th March 2017

Email Entries Secretary.


Help to develop Junior Orienteering talent!

JK 2017 is offering competitors the opportunity to make a contribution to the work of Junior Regional Orienteering Squads (JROS).  JROS is the voluntary organisation that was set up to develop the junior orienteering talent nurtured by the Regional Squads.  Each year JROS organises and manages 4 training camps in Scotland and Scandinavia for juniors aged 14 to 19.  For more information see their web site www.jros.org.uk.

If you feel able to help the work of JROS a donation facility has been added to the SiEntries process.  Thank you for your support.