Junior World
orienteering
championships
czech republic
hradec králové / 30. 6. – 7. 7. 2013
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Welcome
Welcome to Hradec
Králové, cradle
for top juniors
We are ready to prepare a high quality event in
a friendly, familiar and fair setting, at a standard
suitable for everyone. We will be offering exciting
activities for both athletes and spectators,
and a worthy promotion of orienteering, thus
contributing to the further development of our
wonderful sport.
Dear athletes,
I am delighted to welcome all the participants
in the Junior World Orienteering Championships.
I am very happy that with our contribution,
participantsintheJuniorWorldChampionships
from more than thirty-five countries will
meet together in the Region. I do hope that
we will not only manage to find the best
world juniors, but also we will contribute to
popularising this beautiful sport and establishing lots of friendly
contacts. JWOC also presents a unique occasion to promote our
Region, which has so much to offer not only to the competitors
and their teams, but also to supporters of orienteering who will
not be at the Championships. Many of them will see the pictures
of the races on their TV screens.
I wish the organisers a successful Junior World Championships
and I wish all the participants good luck. To all others, I wish
a pleasant stay in the Hradec Králové Region.
Lubomír Franc Governor of Hradec Králové Region
Dear sports friends,
Allow me to invite you warmly to the Junior
World Orienteering Championships which
will be held in Hradec Králové and its nearby
surroundings. I am very pleased that Hradec
Králové is the host city for this event of world
importance, especially in such an attractive
sport as orienteering. I am fully confident that
young athletes from all over the world will
find not only interesting courses in our demanding nature, but will
also discover the unforgettable and kindly atmosphere of our city
supported by the hospitality and friendliness of the local inhabitants.
I wish you dear competitors, team officials and guests that you
will be able to say after finishing the Junior World Orienteering
Championships that you have taken part in a marvellous event
with Hradec Králové and its surroundings proving to be a perfect
venue. See you in Hradec Králové!
Zdeněk Fink Mayor of Hradec Králové
The Host City
of Hradec Králové
1225–2015
790 Years of a Highly Progressive
Modern City
Hradec Králové (95,300 inhabitants) is the natural regional and
administrative centre of East Bohemia, a city of cultural tourism
and an attractive tourist destination. It is a town with much
greenery; there are many orchards and it lies at the confluence
of two rivers, the Labe (Elbe) and the Orlice. Natural recreational
facilities available locally include forests, parks and ponds.
Hradec Králové is the home of six faculties for three universities
- the Medicine and Pharmacy Faculty of Charles University,
the Faculty of Military Medicine, the University of Defence and
three faculties of the University of Hradec Králové, for Education,
Philosophy, and Information Technology and Management. The
total number of students attending all these universities each year
is 10,000. They come both from the Czech Republic and also from
abroad, under various student exchange programmes.
Hradec Králové has a dense network of integrated cycle
paths and also lies on an important long distance cycling route,
the Elbe Trail - Elberadweg. Hradec Králové offers a wide-ranging
and diverse programme of cultural and social events. The city has
large experience in organising international festivals, and each
year these attract leading artists in various fields each year. The
top ten events include the Theatre European Regions, Jazz Goes
to Town, Music Forum Hradec Králové or Hip Hop Kemp. Selected
prestigious events are granted the „Regina“ status - no fewer
than 30 major annual events then enjoy certain privileges and in
concerning 2013 calendar, JWOC will be included too.
Hradec Králové Region
The Region of Hradec Králové is situated in north-eastern Bohemia
and embraces the Hradec Králové, Jičín, Náchod, Rychnov nad
Kněžnou and Trutnov municipalities. With an area of 4,758 sq. km.
and a population of 548,368 (as of 31st December 2005) it is among
the smaller regions of the Czech Republic. In the north it borders
with the Liberec Region, to the west with the Central Bohemia
Region and to the south with the Pardubice Region. Part of its
northern and eastern border also forms the frontier with Poland.
The Hradec Králové region offers a wide range of opportunities
for pleasant summer and winter holidays, weekends away or
one-day trips. Get to know this region’s diversity - discover its rich
history, visit some of the varied historical, technical and religious
monuments, or come to see one of the numerous cultural events.
Our region is great for sport, spicing up life with adrenaline or
for simple relaxation and battery recharge. Sample the natural
landscapes of the Giant Mountains.
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Organisers
Organising Clubs
–– Czech Orienteering Federation (COF)
–– Among the Czech o-clubs
with the biggest memberships
(OK99 has 195 registered members,
Slavia130).
–– Hradec Králové Association of Orienteering Sports
–– OK 99 Hradec Králové
–– Slavia Hradec Králové
Event Director
Milan Novotný
Course Planners
Michal Jedlička,
Radek Novotný
Maps
Jan Langr
Arenas
Jan Netuka
IT
Jiří Strnad
Public Relations
Václav Komanec
Finance
Petra Novotná
Accommodation/Board:
Iva Kubátová
JWOC Tour
Martin Müller
Event Controllers
Senior Event Adviser – Áron Less, HUN
E-mail: [email protected]
National Controller – Adam Zitka, CZE
E-mail: [email protected]
Hradec
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Praha
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–– First independent orienteering club in the city
established in 1973, OK99 acquired its present name
in 1999, Slavia established in 1984.
–– Both clubs have considerable organising experience
on regional and national level (national championships
including), OK99 organised Euromeeting 1995.
–– Both clubs have been „cradles“ for top orienteers,
amongst their current and past members, there are
a few WOC (Michal Jedlička, Petra Novotná, Iva Mádlová,
Radek Novotný) and JWOC (Pavel Kubát, Tereza Novotná,
Jaromír Vlach, Iva Navrátilová, Iva Rufferová) medailists.
Programme
Date
Location of arena
Sunday June 30
JWOC
JWOC Tour
Accreditation
Model event - Long distance,
Middle distance
Opening Ceremony
Monday July 1
Odolov
Long distance
Tuesday July 2
Radvanice
Middle distance - qualification
Hradec Králové, Lesní Hřbitov
–
2. stage
Radvanice
Middle distance - final
3. stage
Wednesday July 3
Thursday July 4
1. stage
Model event - Sprint, Relay
Horní Dehtov
–
4. stage
Friday July 5
Hradec Králové
Sprint
5. stage
Saturday July 6
Hoděšovice
Relay
6. stage
Closing Ceremony
Banquet
Sunday July 7
Departure
Competition Rules
Anti-doping Code
The Competition Rules for IOF Foot Orienteering Events (version
valid from 1st January 2012) shall be applied to participation in
the Junior World Orienteering Championships 2013. Please refer
to the Competitions Rules on the IOF website
www.orienteering.org
Doping is forbidden: „think positive - test negative“.
All competitors shall follow the IOF Anti-Doping Code.
Classes and
Participation
Restriction
W 20, M 20
All competitors must be born in or after 1993 and must
be full passport-holding citizens of the country they are
representing.
Clothing
There are no special regulations applying to runners concerning
the type of clothing they choose to wear. But the organisers
recommend use of long trousers for the Long distance, Middle
distance and Relay races.
Punching and
Time-keeping
System
The Sportident punching system will be used in all JWOC
2013 competitions. All competitors will receive SI cards from
the organisers.
An electronic start gate will be used for the Sprint race.
Live TV
and tracking
Coverage
The Middle distance final and Relay competitions are planned
to be televised live (in cooperation with Czech TV). An on-line
internet result service and live tracking will also be used.
It is forbidden to use shoes with spikes in the Sprint
competition as well Sprint trainings.
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Embargoed Areas
With reference to the IOF Competition Rules (article 26.6), the
areas indicated on the accompanying maps are embargoed.
Potential team members, leaders and others, whose knowledge
of the terrain could influence results of the JWOC competition,
are prohibited from entering these areas. However paved and
asphalted public roads passing through the areas may be used.
A – sprint
B – long
C – middle
D – relay
E – reserve
Numbers refer to those stated
in the list of training maps.
Map sources: © SHOCart
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! Sprint: Hradec Králové
For the Sprint area there is exception from the above described
rules: within the embargoed area, it is allowed to drive along the
main roads marked in yellow on the street plan (and therefore
ONLY along these roads), but it is not allowed to stop or park there.
The organisers have also left free access to the very heart of the
ancient town, as the Sprint is to be run late in the championships
programme and it is desired that the JWOC teams are enabled to
visit the most attractive parts of Hradec Králové.
Map sources: © SHOCart
Sprint
Map sources: © SHOCart
Middle distance
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Long
Map sources: © SHOCart
Relay
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Map sources: © SHOCart
Reserve area
Map sources: © SHOCart
List of existing maps
in competition terrains
Area Id
Previous map
Last edition
A
Hradec Králové
1992
A
Hučák
2009
A
Staré město
2008
B
U Lotranda
1999
C
Závora sever
2001
C
Závora jih
2001
D
Koliba
1996
D
Dubinka
2004
E
Čertovy skrýše
2004
E
Čertovy hrady
1994
E
Čertovy hrady II
2004
E
Čertova zahrádka
2005
All czech orienteering maps can be easily found on internet (low resolution):
csob.tmapserver.cz.
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Courses
Race
Class
Aprox. Winning Time (min)
Aprox. Length (km)
Long distance
Women
55
7.0
Men
70
11.0
Women
25
2.8
Men
25
3.5
Women
25
2.8
Men
25
3.5
Women
13
2.8
Men
13
3.3
Women
30
5.0
Men
30
6.0
Middle distance Qualification
Middle distance FInal
Sprint
Relay
The sprint course lengths are the shortest feasible route as specified by rule 16.3.
Terrains‘ description
SPRINT
LONG DISTANCE
Terrain form:
Mostly flat, except for a 15m high
steep slope around the old town hill.
230-245 m above sea level (a.s.l.)
Terrain form:
Moderately hilly to hilly, consisting
of several ridges and valleys.
450-650 m a.s.l.
Vegetation:
Partly park area - grass, flower beds,
hedges, scattered trees. Partly urban
area with no vegetation.
Vegetation:
Coniferous forest. Rather large sections
of young forest and felled areas.
Meadows.
Runnability:
Excellent.
Runnability:
Visibility:
Excellent.
Paths and roads:
Urban and park areas with lots of fast
routes.
Very good to good. Limited on steep
slopes and in young forest and dense
areas.
Visibility:
Special features:
Shoes with spikes are not allowed.
Very good to good. Limited in young
forest and dense areas.
MIDDLE DISTANCE Q+F
Terrain form:
Stony slopes, 550-710 m a.s.l., crowned
by cliffs up to 10 m high. Plenty
of boulders up to 5m high. Uneven
ground.
Special features: 2nd World War fortification objects.
RELAY
Terrain form:
Overall a flat area with some gently
slopes. 260-290 m a.s.l.
Vegetation:
An old coniferous forest. Some areas
of diffuse thickets and clearings.
Vegetation:
Runnability:
Generally good. In places significantly
limited by stony ground, young forest
and fallen branches.
Mixed forest of variable age. Rich
in vegetation detail. Some undervegetation (grass).
Runnability:
Varies from excellent to poor
(due to under-vegetation and thickets).
Visibility:
Generally good, but often significantly
reduced in areas of young forest.
Visibility:
Varies from very good to limited.
Paths and roads:
Forest with average network of paths
and tracks which generally enable fast
running.
Recent sample maps showing the type of terrain
will be presented on the event web pages,
www.jwoc2013.cz.
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Paths and roads: Developed network of forest roads
and paths enables fast running.
Paths and roads: Developed network of forest roads
and paths, partly rectangular. Big
forestry roads enable extremely fast
running.
Competition Maps
Race
Scale
Long distance
1:15,000
5m
Middle distance
qualification
1:10,000
5m
Middle distance final
1:10,000
5m
Sprint
1:4,000
2m
Relay
1:10,000
5m
Organised training & competition
opportunities
13.10. 2012Regional event, Slavia Hradec Králové
(relevant for Middle distance + Long
distance, training area no. 2)
Contour interval
14.10. 2012Regional event, OK 99 Hradec Králové
(relevant for Relay, training area no. 4)
13–14. 3. 2013Jarní pohár, OK 99 Hradec Králové
(relevant for Relay)
8. 5. 2013Czech Sprint Championships, Lokomotiva
Pardubice (relevant for Sprint)
JWOC mapping team
Jan Langr, Zdeněk Sokolář, Jan Drbal, Aleš Hejna, Petr Mareček
22–29. 6. 2013Official training camp prior to JWOC
Low-resolution previews are available on the JWOC2013
website, www.jwoc2013.cz.
The training activities section on the JWOC website will be
updated whenever new training opportunities arise. On
request we can also provide a schedule of training sessions
ordered by teams.
Opportunities
For Training
! Report your training intentions
It is obligatory to discuss all your training plans at least 3 weeks
in advance with the JWOC Training Officer, who will then
inform the forestry authorities. Please do respect that! Please
remember, that according to the Czech forest law, every group
of more than 3 persons needs to get permission for any kind of
organised sport activity in the forests.
JWOC training responsible
Radek Novotný
[email protected]
+420 732 445 679
JWOC training areas (available from August 2012)
Area
Name
Scale
Survey
Discipline
Cartography
Permanent controls
1
Dobrošov
1:15,000
2012
Long distance
JWOC
yes
2a
Chvalečský les
1:15,000
2012
Long distance
JWOC + other
yes
2b
Chvalečský les
1:10,000
2012
Middle distance
JWOC
yes
3
Závora hranice
1:10,000
2012
Middle distance
JWOC
yes
4
Lesní hřbitov
1:10,000
2012
Relay
JWOC
yes
5
Biřička
1:10,000
2012
Relay
other
yes
6
Kutná Hora
1:4,000
2012
Sprint
JWOC
no
7
Jaroměř
1:4,000
2011
Sprint
other
no
–– all training courses are designed by the JWOC 2013 course planners Michal Jedlička & Radek Novotný
–– the control points are, except for the Sprint areas, permanently marked in the terrain (August 2012 - July 2013)
–– areas 1-3: risk of snow between early November and late March
–– in the Sprint terrain, shoes with spikes are not allowed.
Training camps
The only official training camp will take place one week prior to JWOC.
However, for teams that are interested we are ready to offer further services, such as:
–– training camp layout suggestions
–– SportIdent sessions (flags, SI units, results)
–– accommodation & catering arrangements
–– sightseeing suggestions etc.
Feel free to discuss your training ideas and needs to get your customised training camp offer.
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Training fees, order & payment
75 CZK
–– laser printed map (1:15,000 offset printed), with or without courses
–– single map file - OCAD (together with a related course file)
2,000 CZK
–– JWOC training set package (areas 1-7 with courses, OCAD)
10,000 CZK
For ordering training maps or OCAD files, or for a customised training camp request, please use the forms
available on the JWOC2013 website in the Training section. There you will also find the payment instructions.
Event Centre
Hotel Černigov, Hradec Králové (localization see chapter on accommodation)
Hradec Králové is situated 100 km east of the capital city of the Czech Republic, Prague (Praha).
The city is reachable in 100 minutes by car from Prague-Ruzyně airport.
Hotel Černigov is located ideally for reaching all the event sites and training areas, and just 1.5 km
from Hradec Králové city centre.
Hotel Černigov is the recommended accommodation option.
Accommodation and Board
30. 6.–7. 7. (7 nights)
board
extra night
A1
comfortable single
11,300 CZK
full board
1,600 CZK
A2
comfortable double
8,200 CZK
full board
1,200 CZK
B1
standard single
7,700 CZK
full board
1,100 CZK
B2
standard double
5,800 CZK
full board
800 CZK
B3
standard triple
5,100 CZK
full board
700 CZK
C
budget
2,100 CZK
self-cooking
300 CZK
Description
type facility
rooms
own WC/
shower
air
distance
conditioning from EC
own
parking
JWOC
bus stop
wifi
A1
hotel Okresní dům****
single
yes
yes
1.5 km
yes
yes
yes
A2
hotel Okresní dům****
double
yes
yes
1.5 km
yes
yes
yes
B1
hotel Černigov***
single
yes
no
0.0 km
yes
yes
yes
B2
hotel Černigov***
double
yes
no
0.0 km
yes
yes
yes
B3
hotel Černigov***
triple
yes
no
0.0 km
yes
yes
yes
C
hostel
2-6 beds
not sure
no
within 3 km not sure
not sure
not sure
! Please note
For type C accommodation, we are ready to help teams find
the accommodation appropriate for their budgets. Feel free
to discuss your needs with the Event Office!
The capacity of accommodation types A and B is limited - A,
40 beds only; B, 330 beds. Accommodation requests will be
dealt with on a first come, first served basis.
If there is greater demand, more A and B style
accommodation will be provided, however with neither price
nor distance from EC necessarily as quoted above.
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As the number of beds in the main B style accommodation
is limited, we kindly ask teams to book this accommodation
for athletes and team officials only. Requests for exceptions
should be discussed with the Event Office.
The team leaders‘ meetings and the banquet will most
probably take place at Hotel Černigov (B accommodation),
which will also host the Event Centre.
At both A and B accommodation, the organisers are ready to
provide suitable spaces for separate pre-race team briefings.
All accommodation can be easily accessed by public transport.
During competition days, lunch will be served in the respective
arenas. For the guests of C-type accommodation, the arena
catering will also be available on demand, with a charge.
Hotel Černigov
www.hotelcernigovhradeckralove.com
It is possible to stay at the same accommodation also during the
week prior to the JWOC. Any extra days are recommandet to be
booked together with the JWOC accommodation booking.
Hotel Okresní dům
www.hotelokresnidum.cz
The hotel is located immediately next to the railway station and
close to the bus station in Hradec Králové. All 160 rooms are
equipped with SAT TV, direct dial phone, bathroom with shower
or bath-tub. and a mini-bar in suites. Free Wi-Fi connection.
The deadline for accommodation
booking is January 31st 2013.
Recently-opened hotel offering comfortable accommodation
and relaxing surroundings in the centre of Hradec Králové.
There are 21 rooms (12 luxury double rooms, 6 de luxe suites,
2 apartments and 1 presidential apartment). All of the rooms
are equipped with phones & ADSL connection, LCD TVs with
satellite, drinks cabinets, bathrooms with a bath or a shower
and hair dryers. In-house services include laundry, massages
in rooms and jacuzzi in one room.
After that, the organisers are still ready to assist,
but cannot guarantee the availability or price-levels
of the accommodation quoted above.
For the accommodation booking cancelled before April 30th,
the cancellation fee of 10% of the total accommodation cost
will apply.
Event centre, accommodation
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Transport
Hradec Králové is easy to reach by road and rail, being located 100
km east of Prague, with which it is connected by direct highway
and railway. The nearest international airport is located in Prague.
All forest competitions and model events will be operated by
JWOC shuttle buses - this service is already included in entry fees.
! Please note
Accreditation
1,900 CZK
Long distance
1,100 CZK
Middle distance
1,100 CZK
Sprint
1,100 CZK
Relay (per team)
3,300 CZK
Mixed relay (per leg)
1,100 CZK
It will be compulsory to use the JWOC shuttle buses from
Hradec Králové to the check-in of long distance, middle
distance Q+F and relay. (While the sprint check-in will be either
within a walking distance, or possible to be reached by the city
public transport.)
Team officials pay the accreditation fee only.
Transport from/to the Prague International Airport will be
provided on demand (it takes about 1:45-2h.).
–– transport to and from the model events
Entries
The entry fee includes:
–– taking part in all 5 events
–– transport to and from the competition areas
–– new competition maps for the competitors
and the team officials
–– free start at JWOC tour stages (if one is not starting
at the JWOC event on the same day)
The deadline for preliminary
entries is April 30th 2013.
–– participation in the banquet
The entry form will be available on the JWOC 2013 website.
This form must be used. The following information is
obligatory:
Payments
–– participation in the Opening and Closing ceremonies
–– Number of competitors (maximum 6 men and 6 women).
Payments for accommodation must be made by bank transfer
in CZK before January 31st 2013.
–– Number of relay teams (maximum 2 male and 2 female
teams)
Payments for entries to JWOC 2013 must be made by bank
transfer in CZK before April 30th 2013.
–– Number of officials (maximum 4)
–– Team leader’s contact details.
–– Dates of arrival and departure.
–– Means of transport used.
–– Request for organised transport from Prague airport.
–– Accommodation requirements (category A, B, C or none)
- for details see the dedicated chapter elsewhere in this
bulletin.
! Note that the deadline for
accommodation booking is January 31st 2013.
The form for accommodation requests will be available
on the JWOC 2013 website.
The final entries with the names of competitors and officials
must be sent to the organisers (see contact information) by
no later than June 16th 2013.
The entry form for final entries will be included in Bulletin 3.
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Entry fee
Please note that the payer is responsible for all bank
fee and charges.
Entries will not be deemed valid until we receive full payment.
Payment details:
Name of Account:
Kralovéhradecké sdružení orientačních sportů
Owner adress:
Buzulucká 431, 500 03 Hradec Králové, Czech Republic
Bank: Československá obchodní banka
Bank adress: Břetislavova 1622, Hradec Králové
IBAN: CZ61 0300 0000 0002 4549 8521
BIC/SWIFT: CEKOCZPP
Detail of payment: [country] + JWOC entry fee or
[country] + JWOC accommodation
Weather
JWOC Tour
You can expect temperatures between 20°C and 30°C during
JWOC. There is also the possibility of thunderstorms during the
afternoons.
The 6-day event „JWOC Tour” will be organised in conjunction
with JWOC 2013. The same competition areas and maps will
be used as for JWOC. Not only the challenging and varied
terrain, but also the atmosphere of top events with future
world stars, should make it worthwhile to come and take
part. The programme and locations of stages will be arranged
and scheduled so that JWOC Tour competitors will be able to
spectate at all the JWOC events.
Health Services
The organisers will co-ordinate health-care services for participants.
Health-care services will be provided at the assembly areas of
the competitions and in Hradec Králové. Each Federation is
responsible for insurance for all their team members.
Media
We welcome all media representatives to JWOC 2013.
Media representatives can receive information using the e-mail
address: [email protected] A Press Centre will be open at
the Event Centre throughout the whole event, where a copy
machine and internet and phone connections will be available.
We are ready to arrange accommodation for journalists in
Hradec Králové according to their wishes. Please send your
entry and your accommodation requirements to the address
[email protected]
Visas
Anyone else accompanying who does not wish to take part in
the Tour will have a wide choice between many natural, cultural
and leisure attractions in the surrounding region, making for
an enjoyable stay the whole time, not just during the periods
of cheerful atmosphere in the arenas. All in all - everyone is
cordially invited!
You can find more information on the JWOC website
or directly on www.jwoctour.cz.
Information
Kralovéhradecké sdružení
orientačních sportů
Milan Novotný
According to the current regulations, citizens of the following
countries must obtain a visa in order to enter the Czech Republic:
Belarus, China, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Georgia, India,
Indonesia, Jamaica, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova,
Mongolia, Mozambique, North Korea, Pakistan, Russia,
Somalia, South Africa, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine.
Visas have to be applied for at your nearest Czech Embassy.
Please note that conditions of entry to the country can change, and
all JWOC participants are advised to keep abreast of the current
situation by consulting their local Czech Embassy - see the website:
[email protected]
www.jwoc2013.cz
tel: +420 498 511 111
fax: +420 495 513 371
Buzulucká 431, 500 03 Hradec Králové 3
Bulletin 3
Bulletin 3 will be published in May 2013.
www.mzv.cz/jnp/en/information_for_aliens/list_of_
states_whose_citizens_are/index.html.
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