Race in the JWOC 2024 terrains, too!

5. 5. 2024

It is not only the best juniors of the world who will test their skills in the demanding terrains of the Plzeň region. The second stage of Czech O-Tour series taking place on 2nd – 6th July is closely intertwined with the JWOC races and provides an ideal opportunity for the public, fans, media representatives, or team officials to take part.

Czech O-Tour Pilsen 2023 (photo: Tomáš Bubela)

The Czech O-Tour races will be taking place in the same locations as the main JWOC events and will be sharing the same arenas. This means that the spectators may race, and cheer for their favourite athletes easily and comfortably at the same venue. The time schedule allows for an easy participation as the Czech O-Tour events will not considerably overlap with the JWOC races.

The Event centre will be at the Ejpovice Camping which provides a comfortable hangout for all the participants. The spacious campsite is located by Lake Ejpovice and there are new washrooms with warm water, showers, and toilets. Meals will be provided in the restaurant at the camp and the organizers will take care of information services for JWOC spectators and Czech O-Tour competitors. It is also conveniently located in the proximity to all the JWOC arenas:

  • Stříbro – prologue – 52 km
  • Hůrky – Stages 1, 2 – 16 km
  • Dobříč – Stages 3, 4 – 23 km

Here is an overview of the schedule of both JWOC 2024 and Czech O-Tour which allows for a comfortable planning:

DateLocationJWOC eventCzech O-Tour event
1st July 2024PilsenSprint relay
2nd July 2024StříbroSprintSprint prologue
3rd July 2024HůrkyLong distanceMiddle distance
4th July 2024HůrkyRest dayLong distance
5th July 2024DobříčMiddle distanceLong distance
6th July 2024DobříčRelayMiddle distance

For further info and details, please consult the Czech O-Tour race bulletin.