Archive | October 2012

IAMX – THE UNIFIED FIELD – lyrics

IAMX – THE UNIFIED FIELD – lyrics
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We are all insane
Counting down every single living day
We are prisoners of feed
Smile at the way everybody accepts the pain

Just because I don't care, doesn't mean I don't feel
Just because I don't feel, doesn't mean I don't understand
We are one in the unified field x2

We are not near the dark
Our animal anger is eating our human heart
How come everything hurts if nothing lasts?
Smile at the way everybody lives in the past

Just because I don't care, doesn't mean I don't feel
Just because I don't believe, doesn't mean I don't understand
We are one in the unified field x2

We are all the same
Smile at the way everybody accepts the pain

Just because I don't care, doesn't mean I don't feel
Just because I don't feel, doesn't mean I don't understand
We are one in the unified field x2

I don't care I don't believe but I feel I feel
I don't care I don't believe but I feel I feel
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ecco le parole di Marina per gli amici non italofoni

 

Dear friends,
a new edition of TreilOnlain begins in a few days. It’s a Photo Trail Orienteering competition which had its firstedition in 2011.
This year, the TreilOnlain will be part of a combined contest that also includes a night competition.

All information and all the TreilOnlain quizzes  will be published at: http://gsportgare.wordpress.com/

 

See you there!

Marina

big Pre-O news dall’IOF

http://orienteering.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/Competition-Rules-for-IOF-Trail-Orienteering-Events-valid-from-1-Jan-2013.pdf

d'ora in poi il TRAIL-O avrà due specialità
Pre-O e Temp-O

l'introduzione del termine Pre-O è forse una vittoria scandinava in Commissione IOF? 🙂
speriamo che vinca anche lo stile scandinavo di tracciatura rispetto a quello british…

ecco le principali modifiche (riguardanti il Temp-O):

Each Federation may enter up to  … four competitors for the TempO competition

In the TempO competition only the 36 best placed competitors from the qualification 
may participate in the final; if there is just one qualification heat they will be the top 
36, if there are two qualification heats the top 18 from each heat qualify for the final 
etc.

The starting order of the  TempO  final shall be the reverse of the placings in the 
qualification race heats; the best competitors shall start last. Ties shall be decided by 
drawing lots. E.g. if two competitors tie for 6th place in heat 1, a coin shall be tossed 
to determine who has placing 6 and who has placing 7 in heat 1 for the purposes of 
this rule. Competitors with the same placing in the different parallel heats shall start
in the sequence of the number of their heat, ie. 1, 2, 3…; the winner of the highest 
numbered heat therefore starts last.

In TempO the shape and size of the maps shall be either circular or square. A circular 
map shall have a diameter between 5 cm and 12 cm and a square map shall have 
sides between 5 cm and 12 cm. Each map shall be centred on the control circle. All 
maps at all stations must have the same form and size. The map shall be fixed on stiff 
material which is larger than the map. 

A TempO qualification course shall consist of at least 4 control stations and 20 timed 
controls. A TempO final course shall consist of at  least 5 control stations and 25
timed controls. There should be at least three timed controls at each control station. 
A separate, specially prepared map is used for each timed control and the competitor 
is given the complete ordered set of maps for the control station as a stack with a 
cover sheet on top.  

17.6  At each timed control station in a PreO competition, the maximum total time is 60 
seconds multiplied by the number of timed controls. The total time and the individual 
answers for each timed control are recorded. 
17. 7  At  each station in a TempO competition, the maximum total time is 30 seconds 
multiplied by the number of timed controls

In a TempO competition, competitors are ranked according to their total corrected 
time, which is the sum of the times taken at each control station plus 30 seconds
penalty for each wrong answer.