Hallbyrundan XCO - SWE Cup

Hallbyrundan XCO - SWE Cup

UCI C2 Tech guide

UCI Cat2 XCO race
In addaition to the XCO C2 race on Sunday, there will also be a national XCC race on Saturday. Organized within the local and national regulations regarding Covid-19. This means certain mesurements are taken to prevent further spread and secure the races. For travel restrictions we urge you to check with your local homeland restrictions. There will be important information and updates that you as a participant or team will need to follow. We will post them as soon as we know more.

The registration is done here throught Sportstiming, you will need your UCI-id and personalinformation to proceed. If you own a valid transponder for timekeeping (MyLaps ProChip FLEX or ProChip Classic) the transponder number is needed as well.

Sunday 19 September 2021

Event location
Axamo Hallbystugan 1
555 94 Jönköping

IF Hallby SOK Cykel

Class of Event
Elite Men and Elite Women - UCI C2
Junior Men and Junior Women - UCI C2
To be run under UCI Regulations

Price money
According to UCI rules, following price money (Euro, €) is paid;

Pos Elit XCO Junior XCO
1 250€ 80€
2 200€ 65€
3 150€ 50€
4 125€ 30€
5 100€ 25€
6 90€
7 80€
8 70€
9 60€
10 50€

Points scale
In accordance with the applicable UCI points scale for C2 events;

Pos Elit XCO Junior XCO
1 30 20
2 20 18
3 15 16
4 12 14
5 10 12
6 8 10
7 6 8
8 4 6
9 2 4
10 1 2

Race HQ
Hallbystugan (Main house)
License check, race numbers, secretariat, accreditation for Tech/Feed Zone, press, anti-doping

Opening Hours
Friday 17:00-19:00
Saturday 08:00-15:00
Sunday 08:00-15:00 
Sunday 10:00-12:30 licens check and race numbers

Electronic timing with transponders will be used for all riders. For riders without own valid transponder, transponder is available from the organisation. Valid transponders are MyLaps ProChip FLEX and ProChip Classic.

President of the Commissaires Panel; Rune Antonsen. Swedish Cycling Federation additional commissaries; Mikael Nystrand, Claes Andersson and Kari Pakkanen.

Shall be done sunday 12th of September Then double registration fee, latest possible registration is 17th of September at 12:00 pm. If the registration is received no later than Tuesday 16.00 before the competition day, the cyclist is included in the seeding (takes place on Tuesday after the UCI's ranking update).
Registration fee 500 SEK (50 EUR) for elite and 350 SEK(35 EUR) for junior. All registration is done here via Sportstiming https://www.sportstiming.se/event/8877.

NOTE! Saturday's national XCC race is open for registration for everyone (separate entries), no UCI category race.

Team manager meeting
Will be held in Race HQ and online meeting (Google meeting), Saturday 18th at 17.30 hour. Link to online meeting: https://meet.google.com/uph-aiqu-mkx


17:00-19:00  License check and collection of number bibs
All day, National XCC races (separate registration)
08:00-15:00 License check and collection of number bibs
17:30 Team manager meeting
08:45-12:15, 16:00-17:30 National races, youth, seniors, masters
08:00-15:00 License check and collection of number bibs
12:15-12:55 Training on course
12:30 Elite Men, 70-90 min race duration
12:33 Junior Men, 60-75 min race duration
14:30 Elite Women, 70-90 min race duration
14:32 Junior Women, 60-75 min race duration

Located next to the Axamo airport, city of Jönköping at Hallbystugan. The lap is approx 4,4km for Elite/Juniors and consist of 3 loops. Several tough short climbs, poor rest and about three places where there are A and B tracks (Kings Landing, RollerCoaster and a rock garden “Stenkistan” (Swedish)). See map below.

Maps Overview
Maps for Elite/Junior

Height profile, 1 lap 4,4km.

Race Committee
Race Manager - Göran Berg
Assistant race manager - Åke Wallin
Course Manager – Peder Karlén
Press/media - Eskil Laago

Nearest Airport
Gothenburg Landvetter Airport
120 km - 60min

Nearest Railway station
Jönköping Central Station
6,4 km - 9 min

Nearest Hospital
Länssjukhuset Ryhov, Jönköping
12km - 13 min

Welcome to Hallby in Jönköping!
Emil Lindgren in the "Roller coaster"
Foto: Eskil Laago