From December 8 to December 14, 2010, the 2010 National Student Orienteering Cross-country Classic and the first National University Campus Orienteering Cross-country Tour will be held in Sanya, Hainan Province. The competition was sponsored by the National University Sports Association of the Ministry of Education, the Orienteering Branch of the China University Sports Association, and the Sanya Municipal People's Government; Undertaken by Sanya Education Bureau; Hainan Provincial Department of Education, Shanghai Yaning Convention and Exhibition Co., Ltd., and Sanya Beauty Crown Cultural Convention and Exhibition Center are co-organized. On the 8th, the registration work of the competition was fully carried out in Sanya Beautiful Spring Resort Hotel. The competition items of this competition are divided into five categories: 100m orienteering (three men and three women per unit), short distance race, middle distance race, point race (three men and three women per unit), point race (players who have not signed up for the middle distance race can sign up for it), relay race (one team for men and one team for women, three for each team) and team race (one team for men and one team for women, four for each team). The contestants in the competition are divided into two groups: the elite group and the ordinary group. Among them, the elite group includes: university elite group (18 schools that can recruit directional high-level athletes), university elite group A (undergraduate colleges), university elite group B (junior colleges) and high school elite group; The ordinary group includes: college group A (undergraduate colleges), college group B (junior colleges), high school group (including secondary vocational schools), open group, adult group and tour finals group. It is reported that athletes who participate in the final of the university tour are limited to three events: short distance race, point race and team race.
A girl from Jiangcheng College of China University of Geosciences said that seven of them came from three colleges and universities in Hubei Province and arrived in Sanya at 12 noon today. They were representing amateur players from Hubei Province to participate in the competition. Hubei team has been able to train in the evening for a long time in order to achieve good results in the competition. Before she could tell the reporter her name, she hurried to catch up with her teammates for training. Teacher Fu, who is responsible for registration and catering, told the reporter that a total of 66 teams had signed up for the competition. As of 16:00 on the 8th, 42 teams had completed the registration and paid the registration fee and insurance fee for the participants. Teacher Fu said, "The registration process went very smoothly, there were no difficulties, and the order was very good."
Professor Zhang Jing, president of the China Students Orienteering Association and vice president of Hunan University, went to the registration site to inspect the preparation for the competition and expressed satisfaction with the preparation. At the same time, he also visited the athletes from Hunan University who came to Sanya to compete and expressed his good wishes to them. Athletes from schools and units use their spare time to train in order to achieve excellent results in the competition. In addition, all the staff and volunteers have also prepared for the successful opening ceremony of the competition and competitions of different projects. By the time of the author's press release, the preparations for the 2010 National Student Orienteering Cross-country Classic and the first National University Campus Orienteering Cross-country Tour finals had been basically completed.