Welcome to the online registration system for MOGA 2021 Competitions. All registration is online, you will NOT be able to signup at the event, it must be done here.
All competition is free!
With that said we will only provide a printed list of the punch card and GPS coords (for the classic punch competitions) and you will have to enter them in yourself. IF you would like to purchase “Competition Tools” this will give you access to a topo map of the punch area and we will email you the GPX file about 1 hour before the competition so you can self-load your GPS/Phone with the waypoints.
Yellow Creek Park
Yellow Creek Park
2 PersonTeam Competition
Rudy Mines Park
4 PersonTeam Competition
Rudy Mines Park
There will be trail cameras in use in the competition area, anyone found cheating, altering, or damaging the course will be ban from MOGA.
MOGA VIP attendees with "Free Competition Tools" applies to Individual Competitions only.
Classic (Individual & Team) Competition will consist of gathering up-to 30 orienteering style punches in a timed 2-hour 30-minute competition.
Competitors will be ranked based on Age Brackets and Sex Grouping.
The Standard Award Medal Process process will be observed. Trophy Available: The Feldmeier Cup.
Team 2 Person Competition
Teams will be ranked based on Age Brackets. Age Bracket determination will be made based on: The average age of both team members will determine your age group.
New 2021: You are no longer required to stay together on the course.
The Standard Award Medal process will be observed. Trophy Available: None
Team 4 Person Competition
Teams will be ranked based on Age Brackets. Age Bracket determination will be made based on: If three team members fall in one of the three age groups, that is the group you will compete in. If your team does not have three team members in the same age group, then the average ages of all team members will determine your age group.
The Standard Award Medal process will be observed. Trophy Available: The Minnesota / MOGA Cup.
Correctly Gathered Punches
Orienteering style punches are used in Classic Competitions, these punches must be placed within the correct areas on the punch card. Any punches that are not correctly placed, including but not limited to, not punched within the correct space, not fully punched, or not in the space fully, may not be counted. This is at the discretion of the competition review team.
Classic Competition Fair Play
Participants are expected to compete equally and fair. This includes but not limited to:
- The use of any vehicle, animal, or another mode of transportation other than on foot or a standard ADA acceptable transport option is prohibited.
- The use of any illegal enhancement drugs is prohibited.
- Handing your punch card off to someone else to gather punches.
- Any person or team found altering a punch, punch container, or course in any way will be disqualified and asked to leave the event.
- Attempting to sabotage any portion of the competition is strictly prohibited and will result in immediate disqualification from all MOGA activities.
Lost Punch Card
Losing your punch card will result in disqualification.
Must Return and Check-In
Participants are required to return and checkin with the Competition Director before leaving, even if you choose to quit and not continue. Anyone who does not return will #1 be searched for, we will call in search and rescue if needed. #2 Police will be dispatched to possible locations that the participant could be, ie: hotel room or home. We have had this happen before, and it is extremely unpleasant for everyone involved.
Anyone coming back after their deadline will be docked 1 punch for every 5 minutes late, up to 15 minutes. After 16 minutes, you will be disqualified. After 31 minutes, emergency rescue will be called.
The course could be monitored with staff and/or cameras. Footage gathered from cameras may be used to promote MOGA.
The CODEBREAKER’S CHALLENGE / Puzzle Competition is a for those participants that focus on mental puzzle abilities. This is a team challenge with 1 or 2 people per team with a max of 10 puzzles to solve.
The Standard Award Medal process will be observed.
Participants are unable to use electronic devices, even for emergency use. Participants will be provided with pencils, pens, and extra paper to work on. Additional tools may be supplied by the Competition Supervisor. No other supplies maybe within the access range of participants. Participants will be asked to not leave the room, and can not have visitors during the competition.
At the puzzle competition, there will be a count-down clock and a buzzer, any submitted work past the buzzer will lose 1 point. More than 1 minute past the buzzer is a full disqualification.