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TECHNICAL TECHNICAL GUIDE
TECHNICAL GUIDE (REV 1.1)
FRIDAY OCTOBER 31 – HARBIN PARK (C2)
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 – KINGSWOOD PARK (C1)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 – DEVOU PARK (PAN AM/C2)
On the behalf of our cycling community, the City of Covington, and the organizing committee, welcome to
Greater Cincinnati and the eleventh annual Cincinnati International Cyclocross Festival. The 3-day UCI cyclocross weekend is 3 standalone events at 3
great venues for racing. The mission of the Cincy UCI weekend has been to bring the best in U.S. cyclocross to the area – so thank you for choosing our
event here. Thank you for participating, we hope you enjoy your weekend!
Weekend Overview:
One of the oldest cyclocross race weekends in the Midwest, the 2014 Cincinnati International Cyclocross Festival encompasses three days
of UCI ranked events in the greater Cincinnati area the long weekend of October 31 – November 2. This booklet provides the event
technical guidelines, information, and regulations for promoters, officials, team personnel, and athletes.
Leadership Team:
Director of Operations: Corey Green
Race Director: Mitch Graham
Harbin Park Logistics: Julie Herrmann
Kings CX Logistics: James O’Loughlin
Publicity: Joe Bellante
Registration: Barb Saive
Announcing: Dave Towle & Scot Herrmann
Host Housing Coordinator: Julie Herrmann
Graphic Design: Paul Neff
Photography –Jeffrey Jakucyk & Kent Baumgardt
Officiating Team:
Carla Geyer – UCI CR
Marek Jasinski – Assistant CR
Ken Hart – Assistant CR
Ron Garrett - Chief Judge
Scott Ebbing – Assistant Judge
Brenda Feehery – Assistant Judge
Jim Crompton- Assistant Judge
Mitch Beckner – Secretary
Cincinnati Cyclocross, Inc is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization set up to promote area cyclocross and develop youth cyclocross through
proceeds from cyclocross event production and corporate sponsorship. All proceeds from the Cincy3 weekend benefit local youth racing.
Registration: Elite Men and Elite Women pre-registration only. Pre-Registration is available through BikeReg until Tuesday,
October 28th at 11:45pm. Day of registration will be available (with the exception of UCI Elite men and women) for riders on-site
at all three events for an additional $10 (with the exception of junior categories).
Packet Pick-up and Day-of Registration:
Packets will be available onsite at all three races. Race day registration will be available at all three races beginning 2 hours prior
to the start of the first event. Race-day registration will be available for a $10 fee, and is available up to 45 minutes prior to
rider's event. There is no additional day-of-registration fee for junior riders. Each rider will be given one hip number for their
back, and two shoulder numbers, one for each shoulder. Shoulder numbers are to be positioned on biceps facing forward, so
that they can be seen from the front. Pre-registered riders must sign in prior to each event at the registration table to sign a
waiver and signify their start in the event. Men Elite and Women Elite will receive new numbers each day of racing, and must
wear the correct bib numbers each day.
Hotel:
Hyatt Place Cincinnati Northeast 5070 Natorp Blvd
GROUP DETAILS
Group Name: Cinci 3 Cyclo Cross
Group Dates: Friday October 31, 2014 - Sunday November 02, 2014
Group Rates: $102.00 plus tax, per room, per night for king with fold out couch
$102.00 plus tax, per room, per night for 2 doubles with fold out couch
Cut-Off Date: Friday October 24, 2014
Booking Method:
Guests are welcome to make their reservations by pasting the link (below) into their browser or by calling our 24-hour
reservations line toll free 1-888-HYATT HP - Please ask for the Cinci 3 Cyclocross by name when booking through the 1-888
number. http://cincinnatinortheast.place.hyatt.com/en/hotel/home.html?corp_id=G-CYCL
Complimentary Hot and Cold Breakfast Monday to Friday Morning: 6:30am-9:30am Saturday and Sunday Morning: 7am-10am
Racing Licenses:
UCI Elite Men and UCI Elite Women - valid International UCI License required. USAC required for all other categories. One-day
and annual licenses will be available for purchase at registration. One-day licenses only available for Cat 4 and junior riders – all
others must have or purchase an annual license. UCI International licenses can be purchased onsite or online at
www.usacycling.org.
Racing Age:
A rider’s racing age for all cyclocross categories is their year of birth subtracted from 2015. Men Elite (UCI) events are open to
ages 19+. Women Elite (UCI) are open to ages 17+.
Starting and Staging Procedure:
UCI Men’s and Women’s Elite Events (UCI rule 5.1.043): starting order to be determined by latest published UCI cyclocross
ranking, as posted on www.uci.ch. Riders with UCI points are staged first, with the highest number of points in front. After all
riders with UCI points are staged, remaining riders are staged by random draw for each day.
OVCX Start Line Staging:
Non-UCI categories scheduled to start at the same time will go off in one wave, with individual categories intermixed. First to be
staged on the line are those that pre-register at least 2 weeks out from the close of pre-registration (DEADLINE FOR THIS WILL
BE IS OCT 14TH AT MIDNIGHT), and they will be staged by their Crossresults.com ranking. Next staged will be everyone that
pre-registers from 2 weeks out until the close of pre-registration – and they also will be staged by their Crossresults.com
ranking. Those that register on race-day will line up at the back. This system will work for all combined categories going off the
starting line at the same time. Again, each category will get scored separately as well, and get a podium celebration each day as
well as OVCX series points for their category.
Starting position for elite UCI events will not be the same for all 3 events.
Lapped Riders for UCI Elite Categories (UCI Rule 5.1.051):
Lapped riders must complete the lap during which they were lapped and leave the event via an exit located before the finishing
straight or in the «80%» zone as described in article 5.1.052, if that rule applies. They will be listed in the results in the order in
which they are pulled out of the race plus number of laps remaining to be completed.
Lapped Riders in Non-UCI Events:
Lapped riders will finish on the same lap as the leaders. Riders in danger of being lapped must yield to oncoming racers and are
not to interfere with their progress or trail behind them.
Awards:
Awards are to take place five minutes following the finish of the third place rider. Top three riders should report immediately to
podium area post-event.
Anti-Doping:
UCI Elite category racers must check in at registration immediately following their event to see if they are required to submit to
doping control, located in adjacent parking area to registration. Anti-doping control is under UCI and USADA regulations.
Airports:
Cincinnati is the nearest international and Dayton the nearest domestic airport. When searching for best rates, some other
possibilities are listed.
Airport Location
Dayton, Ohio
Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky
Columbus, Ohio
Indianapolis, Indiana
Louisville, Kentucky
3 Letter Code
DAY
CVG
CMH
IND
SDF
Miles to Cincinnati
55
10
100
120
120
Hosting:
Host Housing is available for out-of-town athletes on a first-come, first-serve basis. Contact Julie Herrmann
([email protected]) for details and availability.
PENALTIES:
UCI Categories: The UCI regulations and penalty scale is the only one applicable. USAC Categories: USA Cycling regulations and
penalties apply.
Mapping Addresses:
Devou Park
Covington, KY 41011
(Sunday)
Kingswood Park
4188 Irwin Simpson Road
Mason, OH 45040
(Saturday)
William Harbin Park
1300 Hunter Rd
Fairfield, OH 45014
(Friday)
Schedule of Events Friday - Harbin Park:
Friday
Harbin Park
Prize
Monday &
UCI Points
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Total
Women Prize
Monday*
$472
$242
$160
$127
$117
$111
$103
$94
$90
$86
$81
$65
$61
$51
$35
$29
$29
$29
$29
$29
$19
$19
$19
$19
$19
$2,179
Women UCI
Points
40
30
20
15
10
8
6
4
2
1
-
UCI Men Prize
Monday*
$472
$242
$160
$127
$117
$111
$103
$94
$90
$86
$81
$65
$61
$51
$35
$29
$29
$29
$29
$29
$19
$19
$19
$19
$19
$2,179
Men UCI
Points
Men Masters
45+ Wave
Prize Money
Women NonUCI Prize List
Men Masters
35+ Wave
Prize List
40
30
20
15
10
8
6
4
2
1
-
$90
$70
$55
$40
$25
$20
$300
$90
$70
$55
$40
$25
$20
$300
$90
$70
$55
$40
$25
$20
$300
*The rider's contribution to the Cycling Anti-doping Foundation (CADF) of 2% has already been deducted.
Directions to Harbin Park:
1300 Hunter Rd Fairfield, Ohio 45014
From Michigan and areas north of Cincinnati : from I-71 and I-75 South, as you are approaching Cincinnati, take I-275 West to exit 36 (Mt.
Healthy). Turn right at exit ramp onto 127 and head 2 miles north. Turn left on Hunter Rd. Continue for 1 mile on Hunter Rd. and it runs into
Harbin Park. Parking is up the hill on the right/backup parking is on your way in on the left. Bathrooms are behind ranger station near
playground.
From Kentucky and areas south of Cincinnati, take I-75 North through downtown to I-275 West. I-275 West to exit 36 (Mt. Healthy). Turn right
at exit ramp onto 127 and head 2 miles north. Turn left on Hunter Rd. Continue for 1 mile on Hunter Rd. and it runs into Harbin Park.
From Indiana and areas west of Cincinnati, take I-74 East to I-275 East. Take Exit 36 (Mt. Healthy) and turn left (north) onto 127 - head 2 miles
north. Turn left on Hunter Rd. Continue for 1 mile on Hunter Rd. and it runs into Harbin Park.
Injuries/First Aid:
Minor injuries can be treated with first aid at the registration pavilion. Dr's Jeff and Liz Schlaudecker will be on-hand to administer first aid.
An ambulance will also be on site for the UCI events. If emergency medical treatment is needed, Mercy Hospital in Fairfield is located a
short 10 minute drive from Harbin Park. To reach the hospital, take Hunter Rd out of the park to the light at Pleasant Ave/SR 127. Turn left
onto Pleasant. Turn right onto Resor Ave. Turn right onto Winton Rd. Turn left onto Mack Rd. Mercy Hospital is at 3000 Mack Rd. For
ambulance service, dial 911. There is an emergency telephone on the Ranger Station building, located immediately behind the sand pit.
Parking/Spectating:
Entry and parking at Harbin Park is free to the public. The new course is more spectator friendly this year. 100% of the course is viewable if
you rotate between the sand pit area, and the parking/registration area. The Start and Finish Line are located up by the pavilion by the
upper parking lot.
Restrooms/Changing Rooms:
Located immediately behind the Ranger Station building, less than a five-minute walk from either parking area. Port-o-lets will also be
available in the lower parking lot and upper area by sand pits. Shower and changing will also be available in a marked RV in team parking
area.
Venue and Course Description:
The race is being held at the queen venue of Ohio Valley Cyclocross Racing: Harbin Park in Fairfield, Ohio. Fairfield is located 20 miles north
of downtown Cincinnati, and Harbin Park is at 1300 Hunter Rd. At 161 rolling acres, Harbin Park features an 18 hole disc golf course, 5 miles
mountain bike trail, 2 sand beach volleyball courts, a 15 ft wide mowed nature trail, a big sledding hill with a view, and lots and lots of
mowed grass. Cyclocross races have been held at Harbin Park for 14 years now, and with the hard clay soil underneath the grass, the ground
is packed smooth and fast! Dogs are welcome in the park.
The 2.6km course at Harbin Park is constant up and down over gradual hill grades. The majority of the turns are at 90 degrees, so the
speeds are very fast. One set of planks on flat grass. One sandpit on slight downhill grade. Start and finish are on pavement and uphill.
Pit Area/Bike Wash:
There is one Pit Area on course accessible from two points of the race course, and it will be located behind the US flag at the top of the hill
(surrounded by blue fencing). The Pit Area is for the exchange of race bikes or wheels during the course of a rider's event. On either side of
Pit Area is the exchange lane, which is for riders' entry and exit only. Do not stand in the exchange lanes during race. Between exchange
lanes is the median for storage of bikes, wheels, and riders' assistants. Only riders and riders' mechanics may be present inside the taped off
Pit Area during racing. A Pit Pass is required to access the pits during all UCI events. A bike wash with community power washers will be set
up adjacent to the Pit Area. SRAM Neutral Service will be available in pit area for neutral support
Schedule of Events Saturday – Kings CX:
Saturday
Kings CX
Prize Monday
& UCI Points
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Total
Women Prize
Monday*
Women UCI
Points
UCI Men Prize
Monday*
Men UCI
Points
$2,252
$1,127
$811
$631
$540
$451
$405
$361
$316
$270
$226
$181
$158
$135
$113
$113
$91
$91
$91
$91
$68
$68
$68
$68
$68
$46
$46
$46
$46
$46
$9024
80
60
40
30
25
20
17
15
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
-
$2,252
$1,127
$811
$631
$540
$451
$405
$361
$316
$270
$226
$181
$158
$135
$113
$113
$91
$91
$91
$91
$68
$68
$68
$68
$68
$46
$46
$46
$46
$46
$9024
80
60
40
30
25
20
17
15
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
-
UCI
17-18
Prize
Money*
$203
$135
$94
$81
$68
$68
$68
$54
$54
$54
$40
$40
$40
$40
$40
$1079
*The rider's contribution to the Cycling Anti-doping Foundation (CADF) of 2% has already been deducted.
UCI
17-18 UCI
Points
Men Masters
45+ Wave
Prize Money
Women NonUCI Prize List
Men Masters
35+ Wave
Prize List
10
6
4
2
1
-
$90
$70
$55
$40
$25
$20
$90
$70
$55
$40
$25
$20
$90
$70
$55
$40
$25
$20
$300
$300
$300
Directions to Kingswood Park:
Address for mapping – 4188 Irwin Simpson Road Mason, OH 45040. Interstate-71 to Mason-Montgomery Road/Fields Ertel. North on
Mason-Montgomery Road to Irwin Simpson Road. Half a mile to park on left.
PART 3: COURSE
Course Map Google Map LINK HERE
Parking/Spectating:
Parking for Lionheart International will be available to the general public in a couple locations. There will be parking attendants on site to
guide you to the proper location. Most parking will be across the street from the former Kingswood Golf Course, in the Anthem parking lot.
The main parking lot at Kingswood Park will be reserved for TEAM parking and Media, Volunteer, and Officials parking. The limited team (35
spaces) parking is available to reserve through the BikeReg registration site.
Medical/First Aid:
A first aid area will be set up on course near to the registration and a licensed physician will be available on site in case of emergency. An
ambulance will be onsite for UCI events.
If you have a non-life threatening injury and need to go to the hospital, the nearest hospital is Bethesda North Hospital, located at 10500
Montgomery Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45242. The hospital is about 6 miles from the race course. Directions: Left (south) on MasonMontgomery, right on Montgomery Road. Phone 513-865-1111.
Course Description:
Kingswood Golf Course serves as the venue for Saturday's event. The 2.8km course on rolling terrain has many short ups and downs, a
good portion of off-camber turning, a run up, and a flyover (rideable up and down). Start and finish are paved, and slightly uphill. Pit area
is near middle of course. Power washers will be available next to pit. A Pit Pass is required to access the pits during all UCI events. SRAM
Neutral Service will be available in pit area for neutral support
Course Inspection:
Course inspection is only permitted after the last rider on course has crossed the finish line on their last lap. Riders inspecting the course
are forbidden to pass a rider who is racing per USAC 8A5(f) and UCI 12.1.040.12.1. A 45 minute course inspection for UCI elite participants
will be available at 5:15PM.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 – DEVOU PARK, COVINGTON , KENTUCKY, USA
2014
TECHNICAL GUIDE REV 2.5
On the behalf of our cycling community, the City of Covington, and the organizing committee, welcome to Greater Cincinnati,
the Eleventh annual Cincinnati International Cyclo-Cross Festival and the first-ever Pan-American Cyclo-Cross Championships.
The mission of the Cincy UCI weekend has been to bring the best in U.S. cyclo-cross to the area – so thank you for choosing
our event here. We hope you enjoy your stay.
Major Community Sponsors
Weekend Overview:
One of the oldest cyclo-cross race weekends in the Midwest, the 2014 Cincinnati International Cyclo-Cross Festival
encompasses three
days of UCI ranked events in the greater Cincinnati area the long weekend of October 31 and November 1 and 2. This
bookletprovides the event technical guidelines, information, and regulations for promoters, officials, team personnel, and
athletes.
Leadership Team Contact:
President Cincy CX: Corey Green ([email protected])
Cincy3 Race Director: Mitch Graham ([email protected])
Continental Championships Technical Liaison: Brook Watts ([email protected])
Public Relations: Joe Bellante ([email protected])
Registration: Barbara Saive (run[email protected])
Host Housing Coordinator: Julie Herrmann ([email protected])
Announcing: Dave Towle & Scot Herrmann
Graphic Design: Paul Neff & Nick Tinsler
UCI Technical Delegate: To Be Announced
Officiating team: To Be Announced
Cincinnati Cyclocross, Inc. is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization set up to promote area cyclocross and develop youth
cyclocross through proceeds from cyclocross event production and corporate sponsorship. All proceeds from the Cincy3
weekend benefit local youth racing.
PART 1: RULES AND REGULATIONS
Race Eligibility:
The Continental Championships is open to racers who hold a valid UCI license issued by one of the 41 national federations of
the Pan-American Cycling Confederation (COPACI). For U.S. racers, UCI International licenses can be purchased online at
www.usacycling.org.
Antigua and Barbuda
Argentina
Aruba Dutch Caribbea
Bahamas
Barbados
Belize
Bermuda
Bolivia
Brazil
Canada
Cayman Islands
Chile
Colombia
Costa Rica
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
El Salvador
Grenada
Guatemala
Guyana
Haiti
Honduras
Jamaica
Mexico
Nicaragua
Panamà
Paraguay
Categories:
The Continental Championship races are open to
Peru
Puerto Rico
Republica Bolivariana de Venezuela
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Lucia, W.I.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Suriname
Trinidad and Tobago
Uruguay
USA
Virgin Islands (U.S.)
Elite Women (age 23 and older)
Women Youth Junior/U23 (age 17-22)
Men U23 (age 19 through 22)
Junior Men (age 17 and 18)
A separate race for Elite Men (age 23 and older) will be held on Sunday November 2 but is not a Continental Championship; this
race will be a UCI C2 race.
Eligibility:
All riders holding a valid license from member federations and meeting all other requirements are eligible to compete.
Competition is open and is not restricted to national team designation.
Uniform:
In accordance with the vision of the UCI and COPACI to grow the sport of cyclocross, all Continental Championship category
riders are not obliged to wear the uniform of the national team in the initial years of the event (2014-2015).
Registration: Registration opens on June 1. UCI categories are pre-registration only. Registration is available through
BikeReg.com until Wednesday, October 27th at 11:45pm.
Racing Age:
A rider’s racing age for all cyclocross categories is their year of birth subtracted from 2015 (UCI rule 5.1.001).
Starting and Staging Procedure:
UCI Men and Women’s Elite Events (UCI rule 5.1.043, Part B): starting order to be determined by latest published UCI
cyclocross ranking, as posted on www.uci.ch. Riders with UCI points are staged first, with the highest number of points in
front. After all riders with UCI points are staged, remaining riders are staged by random draw.
Lapped Riders for UCI Elite Categories (UCI Rule 5.1.051):
Lapped riders must complete the lap during which they were lapped and leave the event via an exit located before the
finishing straight or in the «80%» zone as described in article 5.1.052, if that rule applies. They will be listed in the results in the
order in which they are pulled out of the race plus number of laps remaining to be completed.
Awards:
Awards are to take place five minutes following the finish of the third place rider. Top three riders are to report immediately
to podium area post-event.
The winner of each category will receive the Pan-American Cyclocross Champion jersey provided by the race organization.
Anti-Doping:
All racers are subject to anti-doping. All racers, regardless of category, must check in at registration immediately following
their event to see if they are required to submit to doping control. Anti doping is located in adjacent parking area to
registration. Anti-doping control is under UCI and USADA regulations as part of the USA Cycling RaceClean program
Penalties:
UCI Categories: The UCI regulations and penalty scale is the only one applicable.
Schedule of Events:
Time
Category
Duration
12:00
1:00
2:00
3:00
4:00
Women U23
Men Junior 17-18
Men U23
Women Elite
Men Elite
35 min.
40 min.
50 min.
40 min.
60 min.
Women
Youth
(Jr./ U23)
Points
30
20
15
12
UCI Points and Prize List:
Place
Elite
Women
Points
Elite
Women
Prize
Men
U23
Points
Men
U23
Prize
1
2
3
4
100
60
40
30
$482
$247
$163
$129
100
60
40
30
$241
$165
$124
$96
Women
Youth
(Jr./ U23)
Prize
$241
$165
$124
$96
Men
Juniors
Points
Men
Juniors
Prize
Men
Elite
Points
Men
Elite
Prize
30
20
15
12
$207
$138
$96
$83
40
30
20
15
$482
$247
$163
$129
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
25
20
17
15
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
$118
$113
$105
$96
$92
$88
$83
$66
$62
$52
$36
25
20
17
15
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
$83
$69
$69
$69
$69
$69
$41
$41
$41
$41
$41
10
8
6
4
2
1
X
X
X
X
X
$83
$69
$69
$69
$69
$69
$41
$41
$41
$41
$41
10
8
6
4
2
1
X
X
X
X
X
$69
$69
$69
$55
$55
$55
$41
$41
$41
$41
$41
10
8
6
4
2
1
X
X
X
X
X
$118
$113
$105
$96
$92
$88
$83
$66
$62
$52
$36
X
$2178
X
$1398
X
$1398
X
$1101
X
$2178
PART 2: TRANSPORTATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS
Airports:
Cincinnati is the nearest international and Dayton the nearest domestic airport. When searching for best rates, some other
possibilities are listed.
Airport Location
Dayton, Ohio
Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky
Columbus, Ohio
Indianapolis, Indiana
Louisville, Kentucky
3 Letter Code
DAY
CVG
CMH
IND
SDF
Miles to Cincinnati
55
10
100
120
120
Accommodations
Hosting:
Host housing is available for athletes on a first-come, first-serve basis. Contact [email protected] for details and
availability.
Hotel:
Hyatt Place Cincinnati Northeast 5070 Natorp Blvd
GROUP DETAILS
Group Name: Cinci 3 Cyclo Cross
Group Dates: Friday October 31, 2014 - Sunday November 02, 2014
Group Rates: $102.00 plus tax, per room, per night for king with fold out couch
$102.00 plus tax, per room, per night for 2 doubles with fold out couch
Cut Off Date: Friday October 24, 2014
Financial Responsibility: Individuals reservations will be held responsible for their own room and tax.
No Show: No show, no call will result in a penalty charge of one night room and tax.
Booking Method:
Guests are welcome to make their reservations by pasting the link (below) into their browser or by calling our 24-hour
reservations line toll free 1-888-HYATT HP - Please ask for the Cinci 3 Cyclo Cross by name when booking through the 1-888
number.
http://cincinnatinortheast.place.hyatt.com/en/hotel/home.html?corp_id=G-CYCL
Hotel Information
Check In Time: 3pm as rooms become available
Check Out Time: 12pm
Complimentary Hot and Cold Breakfast
Monday to Friday Morning: 6:30am-9:30am
Saturday and Sunday Morning: 7am-10am
Cafe' Food Area: 24 hours
Alcohol Served until 11pmPART 3: COURSE
Course Map Google Map LINK HERE
Directions to Devou Park:
Directions to Devou Park: (Google: 1049 Montague Rd Covington, KY 41011-1974)
From downtown Cincinnati, take I-75 over the Ohio River, and get off at second exit. Turn right at exit onto 127. Make first
right on Lewis Rd. Follow Lewis straight through a few stop signs, then soft right up Montague Rd (look for Devou Park sign).
At stop sign halfway up hill, turn right into Devou Park. Reserved and general parking entrance up ahead on left.
Parking/Registration:
Reserved event parking is available to purchase through the event BikeReg registration page. Non-reserved parking is
available throughout the park. Volunteers will direct to the nearest available spots.
Course Inspection:
Course inspection on event day is only permitted after the last rider on course has crossed the finish line on their last lap.
Riders inspecting the course are forbidden to pass a rider who is racing per USAC 8A5(f) and UCI 12.1.040.12.1.
Course Description:
This will be our sixth year at Devou Park; fifth year in the current location in the ampitheatre area. The 2.8km course features a
road start and finish, with a very hilly track with lots of off-camber combinations of sweeping and tight corners. There will be
one set of barriers in a flat section. Pit will be located at east side of course, and has access from two directions. Community
power washers will be available next to pit area. A Pit Pass is required to access the pits during all UCI events. Neutral Service
will be available in pit area for mechanical support
Medical/First Aid:
A first aid area will be set up on course near to the registration and a licensed physician and ambulance will be available on site
in case of emergency. In case of a non-emergency, nearest hospital to Devou Park is less than 5 minutes: St Elizabeth
Healthcare 1500 James Simpson Jr. Way, Covington, KY 41011 (859) 655-8800
Domingo 02 de noviembre - Devou PARK, COVINGTON, Kentucky, EE.UU.
2014
GUÍA TÉCNICA REV 2.5
En el nombre de nuestra comunidad ciclista, la ciudad de Covington, y el comité organizador, la bienvenida a la Gran Cincinnati
y el Undécima anual Festival Internacional de Ciclocross Cincinnati y los Panamericanos Campeonato por primera vez
Ciclocross. la misión del fin de semana Cincy UCI ha sido traer lo mejor en EE.UU. ciclocross a la zona - así que gracias por haber
elegido nuestro evento aquí. Esperamos que disfrute de su estancia!
Los patrocinadores principales de la Comunidad
Fin de semana Descripción general:
Uno de los fines de semana de carreras de ciclocross más antiguas de la región central, el 2014 Cincinnati Ciclocross Festival
Internacional abarca tres días de UCI clasificado eventos en el área metropolitana de Cincinnati el largo fin de semana del 31 de
octubre y 1 de noviembre y 2. Este folleto proporciona las directrices de eventos técnicos, la información y las regulaciones
para los promotores, funcionarios, personal de los equipos y atletas.
Equipo de Liderazgo de contacto:
Presidente Cincy CX: Corey Green ([email protected])
Cincy3RaceDirector:MitchGraham ([email protected])
Campeonatos Pan-Am Técnico de Enlace: Brook Watts ([email protected])
Relaciones Públicas: Joe Bellante ([email protected])
Registro: Barbara Saive ([email protected])
Host Coordinador de Vivienda: Julie Herrmann ([email protected])
Anunciando Dave Towle y Scot Herrmann
Diseño Gráfico: Paul Neff & Nick Tinsler
UCI Delegado Técnico: Se anunciará
Equipo de cronometraje: Se anunciará
Cincinnati Cyclocross, Inc. es una organización 501c3 sin fines de lucro creada para promover el área de ciclocross y desarrollar
de ciclocross jóvenes a través de los ingresos de la producción de eventos y patrocinio corporativo de ciclocross. Todos los
ingresos del fin de semana Cincy3 benefician de carreras local de la juventud.
PARTE 1: NORMAS Y REGLAMENTOS
Elegibilidad Race:
El Campeonato Continental está abierto a los corredores que tienen una licencia UCI válido expedido por una de las 41
federaciones nacionales de la Confederación Panamericana de Ciclismo (COPACI). Para los corredores de Estados Unidos, las
licencias UCI internacionales se pueden comprar en línea en www.usacycling.org.
Antigua and Barbuda
Argentina
Aruba Dutch Caribbea
Bahamas
Barbados
Belize
Bermuda
Bolivia
Brazil
Canada
Cayman Islands
Chile
Colombia
Costa Rica
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
El Salvador
Grenada
Guatemala
Guyana
Haiti
Honduras
Jamaica
Mexico
Nicaragua
Panamà
Paraguay
Categorías:
Las carreras del Campeonato Continental están abiertas a
Peru
Puerto Rico
Republica Bolivariana de Venezuela
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Lucia, W.I.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Suriname
Trinidad and Tobago
Uruguay
USA
Virgin Islands (U.S.)
Mujeres Elite (23 años en adelante)
Mujeres Jóvenes Junior/U23 (17-22 años)
Hombres Sub-23 (19 años de edad hasta 22)
Junior Varones (17 y 18 años)
Una raza separada para Elite Men (23 años en adelante) se llevará a cabo el domingo 2 de noviembre, pero no es un
Campeonato Continental; esta carrera será una carrera UCI C2.
Elegibilidad:
Corredores titulares de una licencia válida de las federaciones miembros y que cumplan con los demás requisitos son elegibles
para competir. La competencia es abierta y no se limita a la designación del equipo nacional.
Uniforme:
De acuerdo con la visión de la UCI y COPACI para hacer crecer el deporte de ciclocross, los corredores no están obligados a
llevar el uniforme de la selección nacional en los años iniciales del evento (2014-2015).
Registro:
Se abre la inscripción. El 1 de junio categorías UCI son sólo pre-registro. La inscripción está disponible a través de BikeReg.com
hasta el miércoles 27 de octubre a 23:45.
Racing Edad:
Edad de correr de un piloto para todas las categorías de ciclocross es su año de nacimiento se resta de 2015 (regla UCI 5.1.001).
Arranque y Puesta en Procedimiento:
UCI Hombres y Eventos Elite de la mujer (artículo 5.1.043 UCI, Parte B): El orden de salida será determinado por último
publicado el ranking de ciclocross UCI, tal como fue anunciado en www.uci.ch. Los jinetes con puntos UCI se efectúan en
primer lugar, con el mayor número de puntos en el frente. Después se celebran todos los pilotos con puntos UCI, los
corredores restantes se organizan por sorteo.
Los corredores doblados para UCI Elite Categorías (UCI Regla 5.1.051):
Los corredores doblados deberán terminar la vuelta en la que han sido alcanzados y abandonar el evento a través de una
salida situada antes de la recta de meta o en el «80%» de zona como se describe en el artículo 5.1.052, si se aplica la regla. Ellos
aparecerán en los resultados en el orden en el que se retiraron de la carrera más el número de vueltas que quedan por
completar.
Premios:
Los premios son para realizará a los cinco minutos siguientes a la llegada de la tercera posición del piloto. Los tres primeros
pilotos
deberán informar de inmediato a la zona de podio después del evento.
El ganador de cada categoría recibirá el maillot Panamericana Campeona Cyclocross proporcionada por la organización de la
carrera.
Antidopaje:
Todos los competidores que están sujetos a las normas antidopaje. Todos los competidores que, independientemente de su
categoría, deben registrarse en el registro inmediatamente después de su evento para ver si están obligados a someterse al
control de dopaje. Anti-dopaje se encuentra en zona de aparcamiento junto al registro. Control anti-dopaje se encuentra bajo
los reglamentos de la UCI y de la USADA, como parte del programa de EE.UU. Ciclismo RaceClean.
Sanciones:
Categorías UCI: Los reglamentos de la UCI y escala sanción es la única aplicable.
Calendario de Eventos:
Tiempo Categoría Duración
12:00 Mujeres U23 35 min.
01:00 Hombres Júnior 17-18 40 min.
02:00 Hombres U23 50 min.
03:00 Mujeres Elite 40 min.
04:00 Hombres Élite 60 min.
Puntos UCI y Premiacion:
Place
Mujeres
Elite
Puntos
Mujeres
Elite
Premio
Puntos
Hombres
U23
Hombres
Premio
U23
Mujeres
Jóvenes
Jr. / U23
Premio
$241
$165
$124
$96
$83
$69
$69
$69
$69
$69
$41
$41
$41
$41
$41
Hombres
Juniores
Puntos
Hombres
Juniores
premio
Hombres
Elite
Puntos
Hombres
Elite
Premio
$241
$165
$124
$96
$83
$69
$69
$69
$69
$69
$41
$41
$41
$41
$41
Mujeres
Jóvenes
Jr. / U23
Puntos
30
20
15
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
100
60
40
30
25
20
17
15
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
$482
$247
$163
$129
$118
$113
$105
$96
$92
$88
$83
$66
$62
$52
$36
100
60
40
30
25
20
17
15
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
30
20
15
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
X
X
X
X
X
$207
$138
$96
$83
$69
$69
$69
$55
$55
$55
$41
$41
$41
$41
$41
40
30
20
15
10
8
6
4
2
1
X
X
X
X
X
$482
$247
$163
$129
$118
$113
$105
$96
$92
$88
$83
$66
$62
$52
$36
X
$2178
X
$1398
X
$1398
X
$1101
X
$2178
PARTE 2: TRANSPORTE Y HOSPEDAJE
Aeropuertos:
Cincinnati es el aeropuerto nacional más cercano internacional y Dayton. Durante la búsqueda de mejores tarifas, algunas
otras posibilidades se enumeran
Airport Location
Dayton, Ohio
Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky
Columbus, Ohio
Indianapolis, Indiana
Louisville, Kentucky
3 Letter Code
DAY
CVG
CMH
IND
SDF
Miles to Cincinnati
55
10
100
120
120
Alojamiento
Hosting:
Alojar vivienda está disponible para los atletas en una base de primer llegado, primer servido. Póngase en contacto con
[email protected] para detalles y disponibilidad.
hotel:
El Cincinnati Marriott Northeast se encuentra en el suburbio de Mason, Ohio, el hotel Kings Island está a sólo minutos de las
oficinas, atracciones, tiendas. Está a 30 minutos del Marriott a Devou Parque del domingo y 30 minutos a la carrera del viernes
Harbin Park.
PARTE 3: CURSO
Mapa Google LINK HERE
Llegar a Devou Park:
Desde el centro de Cincinnati, tomo I-75 sobre el río Ohio, y bajar en la primera salida -. 192 Gire a la derecha en la salida de la
Media Luna. Gire a la izquierda en Western Road. Hacer primero a la derecha en la parte superior de la colina sobre Devou
Drive (busque signo Devou Park). En señal de stop, siga derecho (no la derecha) y continuar hasta la colina. Siga recto en la
siguiente señal de stop, a continuación, siga las instrucciones firmadas para estacionamiento.
Parking / Registro:
Estacionamiento evento reservado está disponible para la compra a través de la página de registro BikeReg.com.
Aparcamiento no reservados en todo el parque. Los voluntarios se dirigirá a las plazas disponibles más cercanas.
Inspección del curso:
Inspección de golf el día del evento sólo se permite después de que el último piloto en curso ha cruzado la línea de meta en su
última vuelta. Riders inspeccionando el curso se les prohíbe pasar un corredor que está corriendo por la USAC 8A5 (f) y UCI
12.1.040.12.1.
Descripción del curso:
Este será nuestro sexto año en Devou Parque; quinto año en la ubicación actual en el área de anfiteatro. El curso cuenta con
un 2,8 kilometros comienzo carretera y acabado, con una pista muy montañoso con una gran cantidad de combinaciones fuera
de la comba de esquinas amplias y estrechas. Habrá una serie de barreras en una sección plana. Pit estará ubicada en el lado
este de curso, y tiene acceso desde dos direcciones. Hidrolavadoras comunitarios estarán disponibles junto a la zona de boxes.
Un Pit Pass es necesario para acceder a los pits durante todos los eventos de la UCI. Servicio Neutral estará disponible en la
zona de boxes para soporte mecánico
Médico / Primeros Auxilios:
Un área de primeros auxilios, se creará en curso cerca de la inscripción y un médico con licencia y una ambulancia estará
disponible en el sitio en caso de emergencia. En caso de no emergencia del hospital más cercano a Devou Park está a menos
de 5 minutos: St. Elizabeth Healthcare 1500 James Simpson Jr. Way, Covington, KY 41011 (859) 655-8800
TECHNICAL GUIDE (REV V2.1)
FRIDAY OCTOBER 31 – HARBIN PARK (C2)
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 – KINGSWOOD PARK (C1)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 – DEVOU PARK (PAN AM/C2)
On the behalf of our cycling community, the City of Covington, and the organizing committee, welcome to
Greater Cincinnati and the eleventh annual Cincinnati International Cyclocross Festival. The 3-day UCI cyclocross weekend is 3 standalone events at 3
great venues for racing. The mission of the Cincy UCI weekend has been to bring the best in U.S. cyclocross to the area – so thank you for choosing our
event here. Thank you for participating, we hope you enjoy your weekend!
Weekend Overview:
One of the oldest cyclocross race weekends in the Midwest, the 2014 Cincinnati International Cyclocross Festival encompasses three days
of UCI ranked events in the greater Cincinnati area the long weekend of October 31 – November 2. This booklet provides the event
technical guidelines, information, and regulations for promoters, officials, team personnel, and athletes.
Leadership Team:
Director of Operations: Corey Green
Race Director: Mitch Graham
Harbin Park Logistics: Julie Herrmann
Kings CX Logistics: James O’Loughlin
Publicity: Joe Bellante
Registration: Barb Saive
Announcing: Dave Towle & Scot Herrmann
Host Housing Coordinator: Julie Herrmann
Graphic Design: Paul Neff
Photography –Jeffrey Jakucyk & Kent Baumgardt
Officiating Team:
Carla Geyer – UCI CR
Marek Jasinski – Assistant CR
Ken Hart – Assistant CR
Ron Garrett - Chief Judge
Scott Ebbing – Assistant Judge
Brenda Feehery – Assistant Judge
Jim Crompton- Assistant Judge
Mitch Beckner – Secretary
Cincinnati Cyclocross, Inc is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization set up to promote area cyclocross and develop youth cyclocross through
proceeds from cyclocross event production and corporate sponsorship. All proceeds from the Cincy3 weekend benefit local youth racing.
Registration: Elite Men and Elite Women pre-registration only. Pre-Registration is available through BikeReg until Tuesday,
October 28th at 11:45pm. Day of registration will be available (with the exception of UCI Elite men and women) for riders on-site
at all three events for an additional $10 (with the exception of junior categories).
Packet Pick-up and Day-of Registration:
Packets will be available onsite at all three races. Race day registration will be available at all three races beginning 2 hours prior
to the start of the first event. Race-day registration will be available for a $10 fee, and is available up to 45 minutes prior to
rider's event. There is no additional day-of-registration fee for junior riders. Each rider will be given one hip number for their
back, and two shoulder numbers, one for each shoulder. Shoulder numbers are to be positioned on biceps facing forward, so
that they can be seen from the front. Pre-registered riders must sign in prior to each event at the registration table to sign a
waiver and signify their start in the event. Men Elite and Women Elite will receive new numbers each day of racing, and must
wear the correct bib numbers each day.
Hotel:
Hyatt Place Cincinnati Northeast 5070 Natorp Blvd
GROUP DETAILS
Group Name: Cinci 3 Cyclo Cross
Group Dates: Friday October 31, 2014 - Sunday November 02, 2014
Group Rates: $102.00 plus tax, per room, per night for king with fold out couch
$102.00 plus tax, per room, per night for 2 doubles with fold out couch
Cut-Off Date: Friday October 24, 2014
Booking Method:
Guests are welcome to make their reservations by pasting the link (below) into their browser or by calling our 24-hour
reservations line toll free 1-888-HYATT HP - Please ask for the Cinci 3 Cyclocross by name when booking through the 1-888
number. http://cincinnatinortheast.place.hyatt.com/en/hotel/home.html?corp_id=G-CYCL
Complimentary Hot and Cold Breakfast Monday to Friday Morning: 6:30am-9:30am Saturday and Sunday Morning: 7am-10am
Racing Licenses:
UCI Elite Men and UCI Elite Women - valid International UCI License required. USAC required for all other categories. One-day
and annual licenses will be available for purchase at registration. One-day licenses only available for Cat 4 and junior riders – all
others must have or purchase an annual license. UCI International licenses can be purchased onsite or online at
www.usacycling.org.
Racing Age:
A rider’s racing age for all cyclocross categories is their year of birth subtracted from 2015. Men Elite (UCI) events are open to
ages 19+. Women Elite (UCI) are open to ages 17+.
Starting and Staging Procedure:
UCI Men’s and Women’s Elite Events (UCI rule 5.1.043): starting order to be determined by latest published UCI cyclocross
ranking, as posted on www.uci.ch. Riders with UCI points are staged first, with the highest number of points in front. After all
riders with UCI points are staged, remaining riders are staged by random draw for each day.
OVCX Start Line Staging:
Non-UCI categories scheduled to start at the same time will go off in one wave, with individual categories intermixed. First to be
staged on the line are those that pre-register at least 2 weeks out from the close of pre-registration (DEADLINE FOR THIS WILL
BE IS OCT 14TH AT MIDNIGHT), and they will be staged by their Crossresults.com ranking. Next staged will be everyone that
pre-registers from 2 weeks out until the close of pre-registration – and they also will be staged by their Crossresults.com
ranking. Those that register on race-day will line up at the back. This system will work for all combined categories going off the
starting line at the same time. Again, each category will get scored separately as well, and get a podium celebration each day as
well as OVCX series points for their category.
Starting position for elite UCI events will not be the same for all 3 events.
Lapped Riders for UCI Elite Categories (UCI Rule 5.1.051):
Lapped riders must complete the lap during which they were lapped and leave the event via an exit located before the finishing
straight or in the «80%» zone as described in article 5.1.052, if that rule applies. They will be listed in the results in the order in
which they are pulled out of the race plus number of laps remaining to be completed.
Lapped Riders in Non-UCI Events:
Lapped riders will finish on the same lap as the leaders. Riders in danger of being lapped must yield to oncoming racers and are
not to interfere with their progress or trail behind them.
Awards:
Awards are to take place five minutes following the finish of the third place rider. Top three riders should report immediately to
podium area post-event.
Anti-Doping:
UCI Elite category racers must check in at registration immediately following their event to see if they are required to submit to
doping control, located in adjacent parking area to registration. Anti-doping control is under UCI and USADA regulations.
Airports:
Cincinnati is the nearest international and Dayton the nearest domestic airport. When searching for best rates, some other
possibilities are listed.
Airport Location
Dayton, Ohio
Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky
Columbus, Ohio
Indianapolis, Indiana
Louisville, Kentucky
3 Letter Code
DAY
CVG
CMH
IND
SDF
Miles to Cincinnati
55
10
100
120
120
Hosting:
Host Housing is available for out-of-town athletes on a first-come, first-serve basis. Contact Julie Herrmann
([email protected]) for details and availability.
PENALTIES:
UCI Categories: The UCI regulations and penalty scale is the only one applicable. USAC Categories: USA Cycling regulations and
penalties apply.
Mapping Addresses:
Devou Park
Covington, KY 41011
(Sunday)
Kingswood Park
4188 Irwin Simpson Road
Mason, OH 45040
(Saturday)
William Harbin Park
1300 Hunter Rd
Fairfield, OH 45014
(Friday)
Schedule of Events Friday - Harbin Park:
Friday
Harbin Park
Prize
Monday &
UCI Points
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Total
Women Prize
Monday*
$472
$242
$160
$127
$117
$111
$103
$94
$90
$86
$81
$65
$61
$51
$35
$29
$29
$29
$29
$29
$19
$19
$19
$19
$19
$2,179
Women UCI
Points
40
30
20
15
10
8
6
4
2
1
-
UCI Men Prize
Monday*
$472
$242
$160
$127
$117
$111
$103
$94
$90
$86
$81
$65
$61
$51
$35
$29
$29
$29
$29
$29
$19
$19
$19
$19
$19
$2,179
Men UCI
Points
Men Masters
45+ Wave
Prize Money
Women NonUCI Prize List
Men Masters
35+ Wave
Prize List
40
30
20
15
10
8
6
4
2
1
-
$90
$70
$55
$40
$25
$20
$300
$90
$70
$55
$40
$25
$20
$300
$90
$70
$55
$40
$25
$20
$300
*The rider's contribution to the Cycling Anti-doping Foundation (CADF) of 2% has already been deducted.
Directions to Harbin Park:
1300 Hunter Rd Fairfield, Ohio 45014
From Michigan and areas north of Cincinnati : from I-71 and I-75 South, as you are approaching Cincinnati, take I-275 West to exit 36 (Mt.
Healthy). Turn right at exit ramp onto 127 and head 2 miles north. Turn left on Hunter Rd. Continue for 1 mile on Hunter Rd. and it runs into
Harbin Park. Parking is up the hill on the right/backup parking is on your way in on the left. Bathrooms are behind ranger station near
playground.
From Kentucky and areas south of Cincinnati, take I-75 North through downtown to I-275 West. I-275 West to exit 36 (Mt. Healthy). Turn right
at exit ramp onto 127 and head 2 miles north. Turn left on Hunter Rd. Continue for 1 mile on Hunter Rd. and it runs into Harbin Park.
From Indiana and areas west of Cincinnati, take I-74 East to I-275 East. Take Exit 36 (Mt. Healthy) and turn left (north) onto 127 - head 2 miles
north. Turn left on Hunter Rd. Continue for 1 mile on Hunter Rd. and it runs into Harbin Park.
Injuries/First Aid:
Minor injuries can be treated with first aid at the registration pavilion. Dr's Jeff and Liz Schlaudecker will be on-hand to administer first aid.
An ambulance will also be on site for the UCI events. If emergency medical treatment is needed, Mercy Hospital in Fairfield is located a
short 10 minute drive from Harbin Park. To reach the hospital, take Hunter Rd out of the park to the light at Pleasant Ave/SR 127. Turn left
onto Pleasant. Turn right onto Resor Ave. Turn right onto Winton Rd. Turn left onto Mack Rd. Mercy Hospital is at 3000 Mack Rd. For
ambulance service, dial 911. There is an emergency telephone on the Ranger Station building, located immediately behind the sand pit.
Parking/Spectating:
Entry and parking at Harbin Park is free to the public. The new course is more spectator friendly this year. 100% of the course is viewable if
you rotate between the sand pit area, and the parking/registration area. The Start and Finish Line are located up by the pavilion by the
upper parking lot.
Restrooms/Changing Rooms:
Located immediately behind the Ranger Station building, less than a five-minute walk from either parking area. Port-o-lets will also be
available in the lower parking lot and upper area by sand pits. Shower and changing will also be available in a marked RV in team parking
area.
Venue and Course Description:
The race is being held at the queen venue of Ohio Valley Cyclocross Racing: Harbin Park in Fairfield, Ohio. Fairfield is located 20 miles north
of downtown Cincinnati, and Harbin Park is at 1300 Hunter Rd. At 161 rolling acres, Harbin Park features an 18 hole disc golf course, 5 miles
mountain bike trail, 2 sand beach volleyball courts, a 15 ft wide mowed nature trail, a big sledding hill with a view, and lots and lots of
mowed grass. Cyclocross races have been held at Harbin Park for 14 years now, and with the hard clay soil underneath the grass, the ground
is packed smooth and fast! Dogs are welcome in the park.
The 2.6km course at Harbin Park is constant up and down over gradual hill grades. The majority of the turns are at 90 degrees, so the
speeds are very fast. One set of planks on flat grass. One sandpit on slight downhill grade. Start and finish are on pavement and uphill.
Pit Area/Bike Wash:
There is one Pit Area on course accessible from two points of the race course, and it will be located behind the US flag at the top of the hill
(surrounded by blue fencing). The Pit Area is for the exchange of race bikes or wheels during the course of a rider's event. On either side of
Pit Area is the exchange lane, which is for riders' entry and exit only. Do not stand in the exchange lanes during race. Between exchange
lanes is the median for storage of bikes, wheels, and riders' assistants. Only riders and riders' mechanics may be present inside the taped off
Pit Area during racing. A Pit Pass is required to access the pits during all UCI events. A bike wash with community power washers will be set
up adjacent to the Pit Area. SRAM Neutral Service will be available in pit area for neutral support
Schedule of Events Saturday – Kings CX:
Saturday
Kings CX
Prize Monday
& UCI Points
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Total
Women Prize
Monday*
Women UCI
Points
UCI Men Prize
Monday*
Men UCI
Points
$2,252
$1,127
$811
$631
$540
$451
$405
$361
$316
$270
$226
$181
$158
$135
$113
$113
$91
$91
$91
$91
$68
$68
$68
$68
$68
$46
$46
$46
$46
$46
$9024
80
60
40
30
25
20
17
15
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
-
$2,252
$1,127
$811
$631
$540
$451
$405
$361
$316
$270
$226
$181
$158
$135
$113
$113
$91
$91
$91
$91
$68
$68
$68
$68
$68
$46
$46
$46
$46
$46
$9024
80
60
40
30
25
20
17
15
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
-
UCI
17-18
Prize
Money*
$203
$135
$94
$81
$68
$68
$68
$54
$54
$54
$40
$40
$40
$40
$40
$1079
*The rider's contribution to the Cycling Anti-doping Foundation (CADF) of 2% has already been deducted.
UCI
17-18 UCI
Points
Men Masters
45+ Wave
Prize Money
Women NonUCI Prize List
Men Masters
35+ Wave
Prize List
10
6
4
2
1
-
$90
$70
$55
$40
$25
$20
$90
$70
$55
$40
$25
$20
$90
$70
$55
$40
$25
$20
$300
$300
$300
Directions to Kingswood Park:
Address for mapping – 4188 Irwin Simpson Road Mason, OH 45040. Interstate-71 to Mason-Montgomery Road/Fields Ertel. North on
Mason-Montgomery Road to Irwin Simpson Road. Half a mile to park on left.
PART 3: COURSE
Course Map Google Map LINK HERE
Parking/Spectating:
Parking for Lionheart International will be available to the general public in a couple locations. There will be parking attendants on site to
guide you to the proper location. Most parking will be across the street from the former Kingswood Golf Course, in the Anthem parking lot.
The main parking lot at Kingswood Park will be reserved for TEAM parking and Media, Volunteer, and Officials parking. The limited team (35
spaces) parking is available to reserve through the BikeReg registration site.
Medical/First Aid:
A first aid area will be set up on course near to the registration and a licensed physician will be available on site in case of emergency. An
ambulance will be onsite for UCI events.
If you have a non-life threatening injury and need to go to the hospital, the nearest hospital is Bethesda North Hospital, located at 10500
Montgomery Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45242. The hospital is about 6 miles from the race course. Directions: Left (south) on MasonMontgomery, right on Montgomery Road. Phone 513-865-1111.
Course Description:
Kingswood Golf Course serves as the venue for Saturday's event. The 2.8km course on rolling terrain has many short ups and downs, a
good portion of off-camber turning, a run up, and a flyover (rideable up and down). Start and finish are paved, and slightly uphill. Pit area
is near middle of course. Power washers will be available next to pit. A Pit Pass is required to access the pits during all UCI events. SRAM
Neutral Service will be available in pit area for neutral support
Course Inspection:
Course inspection is only permitted after the last rider on course has crossed the finish line on their last lap. Riders inspecting the course
are forbidden to pass a rider who is racing per USAC 8A5(f) and UCI 12.1.040.12.1. A 45 minute course inspection for UCI elite participants
will be available at 5:15PM.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 2 – DEVOU PARK, COVINGTON , KENTUCKY, USA
2014
TECHNICAL GUIDE REV 2.5
On the behalf of our cycling community, the City of Covington, and the organizing committee, welcome to Greater Cincinnati,
the Eleventh annual Cincinnati International Cyclo-Cross Festival and the first-ever Pan-American Cyclo-Cross Championships.
The mission of the Cincy UCI weekend has been to bring the best in U.S. cyclo-cross to the area – so thank you for choosing
our event here. We hope you enjoy your stay.
Major Community Sponsors
Weekend Overview:
One of the oldest cyclo-cross race weekends in the Midwest, the 2014 Cincinnati International Cyclo-Cross Festival
encompasses three
days of UCI ranked events in the greater Cincinnati area the long weekend of October 31 and November 1 and 2. This
bookletprovides the event technical guidelines, information, and regulations for promoters, officials, team personnel, and
athletes.
Leadership Team Contact:
President Cincy CX: Corey Green ([email protected])
Cincy3 Race Director: Mitch Graham ([email protected])
Continental Championships Technical Liaison: Brook Watts ([email protected])
Public Relations: Joe Bellante ([email protected])
Registration: Barbara Saive ([email protected])
Host Housing Coordinator: Julie Herrmann ([email protected])
Announcing: Dave Towle & Scot Herrmann
Graphic Design: Paul Neff & Nick Tinsler
UCI Technical Delegate: To Be Announced
Officiating team: To Be Announced
Cincinnati Cyclocross, Inc. is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization set up to promote area cyclocross and develop youth
cyclocross through proceeds from cyclocross event production and corporate sponsorship. All proceeds from the Cincy3
weekend benefit local youth racing.
PART 1: RULES AND REGULATIONS
Race Eligibility:
The Continental Championships is open to racers who hold a valid UCI license issued by one of the 41 national federations of
the Pan-American Cycling Confederation (COPACI). For U.S. racers, UCI International licenses can be purchased online at
www.usacycling.org.
Antigua and Barbuda
Argentina
Aruba Dutch Caribbea
Bahamas
Barbados
Belize
Bermuda
Bolivia
Brazil
Canada
Cayman Islands
Chile
Colombia
Costa Rica
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
El Salvador
Grenada
Guatemala
Guyana
Haiti
Honduras
Jamaica
Mexico
Nicaragua
Panamà
Paraguay
Categories:
The Continental Championship races are open to
Peru
Puerto Rico
Republica Bolivariana de Venezuela
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Lucia, W.I.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Suriname
Trinidad and Tobago
Uruguay
USA
Virgin Islands (U.S.)
Elite Women (age 23 and older)
Women Youth Junior/U23 (age 17-22)
Men U23 (age 19 through 22)
Junior Men (age 17 and 18)
A separate race for Elite Men (age 23 and older) will be held on Sunday November 2 but is not a Continental Championship; this
race will be a UCI C2 race.
Eligibility:
All riders holding a valid license from member federations and meeting all other requirements are eligible to compete.
Competition is open and is not restricted to national team designation.
Uniform:
In accordance with the vision of the UCI and COPACI to grow the sport of cyclocross, all Continental Championship category
riders are not obliged to wear the uniform of the national team in the initial years of the event (2014-2015).
Registration: Registration opens on June 1. UCI categories are pre-registration only. Registration is available through
BikeReg.com until Wednesday, October 27th at 11:45pm.
Racing Age:
A rider’s racing age for all cyclocross categories is their year of birth subtracted from 2015 (UCI rule 5.1.001).
Starting and Staging Procedure:
UCI Men and Women’s Elite Events (UCI rule 5.1.043, Part B): starting order to be determined by latest published UCI
cyclocross ranking, as posted on www.uci.ch. Riders with UCI points are staged first, with the highest number of points in
front. After all riders with UCI points are staged, remaining riders are staged by random draw.
Lapped Riders for UCI Elite Categories (UCI Rule 5.1.051):
Lapped riders must complete the lap during which they were lapped and leave the event via an exit located before the
finishing straight or in the «80%» zone as described in article 5.1.052, if that rule applies. They will be listed in the results in the
order in which they are pulled out of the race plus number of laps remaining to be completed.
Awards:
Awards are to take place five minutes following the finish of the third place rider. Top three riders are to report immediately
to podium area post-event.
The winner of each category will receive the Pan-American Cyclocross Champion jersey provided by the race organization.
Anti-Doping:
All racers are subject to anti-doping. All racers, regardless of category, must check in at registration immediately following
their event to see if they are required to submit to doping control. Anti doping is located in adjacent parking area to
registration. Anti-doping control is under UCI and USADA regulations as part of the USA Cycling RaceClean program
Penalties:
UCI Categories: The UCI regulations and penalty scale is the only one applicable.
Schedule of Events:
Time
Category
Duration
12:00
1:00
2:00
3:00
4:00
Women U23
Men Junior 17-18
Men U23
Women Elite
Men Elite
35 min.
40 min.
50 min.
40 min.
60 min.
Women
Youth
(Jr./ U23)
Points
30
20
15
12
UCI Points and Prize List:
Place
Elite
Women
Points
Elite
Women
Prize
Men
U23
Points
Men
U23
Prize
1
2
3
4
100
60
40
30
$482
$247
$163
$129
100
60
40
30
$241
$165
$124
$96
Women
Youth
(Jr./ U23)
Prize
$241
$165
$124
$96
Men
Juniors
Points
Men
Juniors
Prize
Men
Elite
Points
Men
Elite
Prize
30
20
15
12
$207
$138
$96
$83
40
30
20
15
$482
$247
$163
$129
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
25
20
17
15
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
$118
$113
$105
$96
$92
$88
$83
$66
$62
$52
$36
25
20
17
15
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
$83
$69
$69
$69
$69
$69
$41
$41
$41
$41
$41
10
8
6
4
2
1
X
X
X
X
X
$83
$69
$69
$69
$69
$69
$41
$41
$41
$41
$41
10
8
6
4
2
1
X
X
X
X
X
$69
$69
$69
$55
$55
$55
$41
$41
$41
$41
$41
10
8
6
4
2
1
X
X
X
X
X
$118
$113
$105
$96
$92
$88
$83
$66
$62
$52
$36
X
$2178
X
$1398
X
$1398
X
$1101
X
$2178
PART 2: TRANSPORTATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS
Airports:
Cincinnati is the nearest international and Dayton the nearest domestic airport. When searching for best rates, some other
possibilities are listed.
Airport Location
Dayton, Ohio
Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky
Columbus, Ohio
Indianapolis, Indiana
Louisville, Kentucky
3 Letter Code
DAY
CVG
CMH
IND
SDF
Miles to Cincinnati
55
10
100
120
120
Accommodations
Hosting:
Host housing is available for athletes on a first-come, first-serve basis. Contact [email protected] for details and
availability.
Hotel:
Hyatt Place Cincinnati Northeast 5070 Natorp Blvd
GROUP DETAILS
Group Name: Cinci 3 Cyclo Cross
Group Dates: Friday October 31, 2014 - Sunday November 02, 2014
Group Rates: $102.00 plus tax, per room, per night for king with fold out couch
$102.00 plus tax, per room, per night for 2 doubles with fold out couch
Cut Off Date: Friday October 24, 2014
Financial Responsibility: Individuals reservations will be held responsible for their own room and tax.
No Show: No show, no call will result in a penalty charge of one night room and tax.
Booking Method:
Guests are welcome to make their reservations by pasting the link (below) into their browser or by calling our 24-hour
reservations line toll free 1-888-HYATT HP - Please ask for the Cinci 3 Cyclo Cross by name when booking through the 1-888
number.
http://cincinnatinortheast.place.hyatt.com/en/hotel/home.html?corp_id=G-CYCL
Hotel Information
Check In Time: 3pm as rooms become available
Check Out Time: 12pm
Complimentary Hot and Cold Breakfast
Monday to Friday Morning: 6:30am-9:30am
Saturday and Sunday Morning: 7am-10am
Cafe' Food Area: 24 hours
Alcohol Served until 11pmPART 3: COURSE
Course Map Google Map LINK HERE
Directions to Devou Park:
Directions to Devou Park: (Google: 1049 Montague Rd Covington, KY 41011-1974)
From downtown Cincinnati, take I-75 over the Ohio River, and get off at second exit. Turn right at exit onto 127. Make first
right on Lewis Rd. Follow Lewis straight through a few stop signs, then soft right up Montague Rd (look for Devou Park sign).
At stop sign halfway up hill, turn right into Devou Park. Reserved and general parking entrance up ahead on left.
Parking/Registration:
Reserved event parking is available to purchase through the event BikeReg registration page. Non-reserved parking is
available throughout the park. Volunteers will direct to the nearest available spots.
Course Inspection:
Course inspection on event day is only permitted after the last rider on course has crossed the finish line on their last lap.
Riders inspecting the course are forbidden to pass a rider who is racing per USAC 8A5(f) and UCI 12.1.040.12.1.
Course Description:
This will be our sixth year at Devou Park; fifth year in the current location in the ampitheatre area. The 2.8km course features a
road start and finish, with a very hilly track with lots of off-camber combinations of sweeping and tight corners. There will be
one set of barriers in a flat section. Pit will be located at east side of course, and has access from two directions. Community
power washers will be available next to pit area. A Pit Pass is required to access the pits during all UCI events. Neutral Service
will be available in pit area for mechanical support
Medical/First Aid:
A first aid area will be set up on course near to the registration and a licensed physician and ambulance will be available on site
in case of emergency. In case of a non-emergency, nearest hospital to Devou Park is less than 5 minutes: St Elizabeth
Healthcare 1500 James Simpson Jr. Way, Covington, KY 41011 (859) 655-8800
Domingo 02 de noviembre - Devou PARK, COVINGTON, Kentucky, EE.UU.
2014
GUÍA TÉCNICA REV 2.5
En el nombre de nuestra comunidad ciclista, la ciudad de Covington, y el comité organizador, la bienvenida a la Gran Cincinnati
y el Undécima anual Festival Internacional de Ciclocross Cincinnati y los Panamericanos Campeonato por primera vez
Ciclocross. la misión del fin de semana Cincy UCI ha sido traer lo mejor en EE.UU. ciclocross a la zona - así que gracias por haber
elegido nuestro evento aquí. Esperamos que disfrute de su estancia!
Los patrocinadores principales de la Comunidad
Fin de semana Descripción general:
Uno de los fines de semana de carreras de ciclocross más antiguas de la región central, el 2014 Cincinnati Ciclocross Festival
Internacional abarca tres días de UCI clasificado eventos en el área metropolitana de Cincinnati el largo fin de semana del 31 de
octubre y 1 de noviembre y 2. Este folleto proporciona las directrices de eventos técnicos, la información y las regulaciones
para los promotores, funcionarios, personal de los equipos y atletas.
Equipo de Liderazgo de contacto:
Presidente Cincy CX: Corey Green ([email protected])
Cincy3RaceDirector:MitchGraham ([email protected])
Campeonatos Pan-Am Técnico de Enlace: Brook Watts ([email protected])
Relaciones Públicas: Joe Bellante ([email protected])
Registro: Barbara Saive ([email protected])
Host Coordinador de Vivienda: Julie Herrmann ([email protected])
Anunciando Dave Towle y Scot Herrmann
Diseño Gráfico: Paul Neff & Nick Tinsler
UCI Delegado Técnico: Se anunciará
Equipo de cronometraje: Se anunciará
Cincinnati Cyclocross, Inc. es una organización 501c3 sin fines de lucro creada para promover el área de ciclocross y desarrollar
de ciclocross jóvenes a través de los ingresos de la producción de eventos y patrocinio corporativo de ciclocross. Todos los
ingresos del fin de semana Cincy3 benefician de carreras local de la juventud.
PARTE 1: NORMAS Y REGLAMENTOS
Elegibilidad Race:
El Campeonato Continental está abierto a los corredores que tienen una licencia UCI válido expedido por una de las 41
federaciones nacionales de la Confederación Panamericana de Ciclismo (COPACI). Para los corredores de Estados Unidos, las
licencias UCI internacionales se pueden comprar en línea en www.usacycling.org.
Antigua and Barbuda
Argentina
Aruba Dutch Caribbea
Bahamas
Barbados
Belize
Bermuda
Bolivia
Brazil
Canada
Cayman Islands
Chile
Colombia
Costa Rica
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
El Salvador
Grenada
Guatemala
Guyana
Haiti
Honduras
Jamaica
Mexico
Nicaragua
Panamà
Paraguay
Categorías:
Las carreras del Campeonato Continental están abiertas a
Peru
Puerto Rico
Republica Bolivariana de Venezuela
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Lucia, W.I.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Suriname
Trinidad and Tobago
Uruguay
USA
Virgin Islands (U.S.)
Mujeres Elite (23 años en adelante)
Mujeres Jóvenes Junior/U23 (17-22 años)
Hombres Sub-23 (19 años de edad hasta 22)
Junior Varones (17 y 18 años)
Una raza separada para Elite Men (23 años en adelante) se llevará a cabo el domingo 2 de noviembre, pero no es un
Campeonato Continental; esta carrera será una carrera UCI C2.
Elegibilidad:
Corredores titulares de una licencia válida de las federaciones miembros y que cumplan con los demás requisitos son elegibles
para competir. La competencia es abierta y no se limita a la designación del equipo nacional.
Uniforme:
De acuerdo con la visión de la UCI y COPACI para hacer crecer el deporte de ciclocross, los corredores no están obligados a
llevar el uniforme de la selección nacional en los años iniciales del evento (2014-2015).
Registro:
Se abre la inscripción. El 1 de junio categorías UCI son sólo pre-registro. La inscripción está disponible a través de BikeReg.com
hasta el miércoles 27 de octubre a 23:45.
Racing Edad:
Edad de correr de un piloto para todas las categorías de ciclocross es su año de nacimiento se resta de 2015 (regla UCI 5.1.001).
Arranque y Puesta en Procedimiento:
UCI Hombres y Eventos Elite de la mujer (artículo 5.1.043 UCI, Parte B): El orden de salida será determinado por último
publicado el ranking de ciclocross UCI, tal como fue anunciado en www.uci.ch. Los jinetes con puntos UCI se efectúan en
primer lugar, con el mayor número de puntos en el frente. Después se celebran todos los pilotos con puntos UCI, los
corredores restantes se organizan por sorteo.
Los corredores doblados para UCI Elite Categorías (UCI Regla 5.1.051):
Los corredores doblados deberán terminar la vuelta en la que han sido alcanzados y abandonar el evento a través de una
salida situada antes de la recta de meta o en el «80%» de zona como se describe en el artículo 5.1.052, si se aplica la regla. Ellos
aparecerán en los resultados en el orden en el que se retiraron de la carrera más el número de vueltas que quedan por
completar.
Premios:
Los premios son para realizará a los cinco minutos siguientes a la llegada de la tercera posición del piloto. Los tres primeros
pilotos
deberán informar de inmediato a la zona de podio después del evento.
El ganador de cada categoría recibirá el maillot Panamericana Campeona Cyclocross proporcionada por la organización de la
carrera.
Antidopaje:
Todos los competidores que están sujetos a las normas antidopaje. Todos los competidores que, independientemente de su
categoría, deben registrarse en el registro inmediatamente después de su evento para ver si están obligados a someterse al
control de dopaje. Anti-dopaje se encuentra en zona de aparcamiento junto al registro. Control anti-dopaje se encuentra bajo
los reglamentos de la UCI y de la USADA, como parte del programa de EE.UU. Ciclismo RaceClean.
Sanciones:
Categorías UCI: Los reglamentos de la UCI y escala sanción es la única aplicable.
Calendario de Eventos:
Tiempo Categoría Duración
12:00 Mujeres U23 35 min.
01:00 Hombres Júnior 17-18 40 min.
02:00 Hombres U23 50 min.
03:00 Mujeres Elite 40 min.
04:00 Hombres Élite 60 min.
Puntos UCI y Premiacion:
Place
Mujeres
Elite
Puntos
Mujeres
Elite
Premio
Puntos
Hombres
U23
Hombres
Premio
U23
Mujeres
Jóvenes
Jr. / U23
Premio
$241
$165
$124
$96
$83
$69
$69
$69
$69
$69
$41
$41
$41
$41
$41
Hombres
Juniores
Puntos
Hombres
Juniores
premio
Hombres
Elite
Puntos
Hombres
Elite
Premio
$241
$165
$124
$96
$83
$69
$69
$69
$69
$69
$41
$41
$41
$41
$41
Mujeres
Jóvenes
Jr. / U23
Puntos
30
20
15
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
100
60
40
30
25
20
17
15
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
$482
$247
$163
$129
$118
$113
$105
$96
$92
$88
$83
$66
$62
$52
$36
100
60
40
30
25
20
17
15
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
30
20
15
12
10
8
6
4
2
1
X
X
X
X
X
$207
$138
$96
$83
$69
$69
$69
$55
$55
$55
$41
$41
$41
$41
$41
40
30
20
15
10
8
6
4
2
1
X
X
X
X
X
$482
$247
$163
$129
$118
$113
$105
$96
$92
$88
$83
$66
$62
$52
$36
X
$2178
X
$1398
X
$1398
X
$1101
X
$2178
PARTE 2: TRANSPORTE Y HOSPEDAJE
Aeropuertos:
Cincinnati es el aeropuerto nacional más cercano internacional y Dayton. Durante la búsqueda de mejores tarifas, algunas
otras posibilidades se enumeran
Airport Location
Dayton, Ohio
Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky
Columbus, Ohio
Indianapolis, Indiana
Louisville, Kentucky
3 Letter Code
DAY
CVG
CMH
IND
SDF
Miles to Cincinnati
55
10
100
120
120
Alojamiento
Hosting:
Alojar vivienda está disponible para los atletas en una base de primer llegado, primer servido. Póngase en contacto con
[email protected] para detalles y disponibilidad.
hotel:
El Cincinnati Marriott Northeast se encuentra en el suburbio de Mason, Ohio, el hotel Kings Island está a sólo minutos de las
oficinas, atracciones, tiendas. Está a 30 minutos del Marriott a Devou Parque del domingo y 30 minutos a la carrera del viernes
Harbin Park.
PARTE 3: CURSO
Mapa Google LINK HERE
Llegar a Devou Park:
Desde el centro de Cincinnati, tomo I-75 sobre el río Ohio, y bajar en la primera salida -. 192 Gire a la derecha en la salida de la
Media Luna. Gire a la izquierda en Western Road. Hacer primero a la derecha en la parte superior de la colina sobre Devou
Drive (busque signo Devou Park). En señal de stop, siga derecho (no la derecha) y continuar hasta la colina. Siga recto en la
siguiente señal de stop, a continuación, siga las instrucciones firmadas para estacionamiento.
Parking / Registro:
Estacionamiento evento reservado está disponible para la compra a través de la página de registro BikeReg.com.
Aparcamiento no reservados en todo el parque. Los voluntarios se dirigirá a las plazas disponibles más cercanas.
Inspección del curso:
Inspección de golf el día del evento sólo se permite después de que el último piloto en curso ha cruzado la línea de meta en su
última vuelta. Riders inspeccionando el curso se les prohíbe pasar un corredor que está corriendo por la USAC 8A5 (f) y UCI
12.1.040.12.1.
Descripción del curso:
Este será nuestro sexto año en Devou Parque; quinto año en la ubicación actual en el área de anfiteatro. El curso cuenta con
un 2,8 kilometros comienzo carretera y acabado, con una pista muy montañoso con una gran cantidad de combinaciones fuera
de la comba de esquinas amplias y estrechas. Habrá una serie de barreras en una sección plana. Pit estará ubicada en el lado
este de curso, y tiene acceso desde dos direcciones. Hidrolavadoras comunitarios estarán disponibles junto a la zona de boxes.
Un Pit Pass es necesario para acceder a los pits durante todos los eventos de la UCI. Servicio Neutral estará disponible en la
zona de boxes para soporte mecánico
Médico / Primeros Auxilios:
Un área de primeros auxilios, se creará en curso cerca de la inscripción y un médico con licencia y una ambulancia estará
disponible en el sitio en caso de emergencia. En caso de no emergencia del hospital más cercano a Devou Park está a menos
de 5 minutos: St. Elizabeth Healthcare 1500 James Simpson Jr. Way, Covington, KY 41011 (859) 655-8800

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