3. Calendar and distances
4. Race day schedule
5. Age groups
6. Team classification
7. Rankings and results
8. Registation and fees
10. The participation fee includes
11. Race numbers, starting groups, race track
12. Catering and littering
13. Medical aid and safety
14.1. Stage awards
14.2. Series awards
14.3. Master's Medals
15. Other information
16. Additional information and feedback
Filter Inline Cup is the largest inline skating race series in Northern Europe that offers several different distance races for skaters of all ages and levels. The purpose is to promote inline skating as an enjoyable summer activity to children, amateurs and athletes, and to offer diverse skating opportunities in places around Estonia.
3.1. The races in 2020 are:
|Stage 3||16.08.2020||Tallinna Rahvasõit|
3.2. The following races take place at every Filter Inline Cup event:
4.1. The race schedule for the first 3 Filter Inline Cup events is:
4.2. The race schedule for the final event of Filter Inline Cup:
5.1. Age groups are determined by the year of birth. The following age groups are used:
|DISTANCE||YEAR OF BIRTH||AWARDS|
|M/N U7||300 m||2014 and later|
|M/N U10||1 km||2011-2013||M/N 1st-3rd place|
|M/N U13||2 km||2007-2010||M/N 1st-3rd place|
|M/N U15||21 km||2005-2006||M/N 1st-3rd place|
|M/N U17||21 km||2003-2004||M/N 1st-3rd place|
|M/N U19||21 km||2001-2002||M/N 1st-3rd place|
|Main group||21 km||2000 and earlier|
|M/N general||42 km||2005 and earlier||M/N 1st-6th place|
|M/N 40||42 km||1971-1980||M/N 1st-3rd place|
|M 50||42 km||1961-1970||M 1st-3rd place|
|N50+||42 km||1970 and earlier||N 1st-3rd place|
|M60+||42 km||1960 and earlier||M 1st-3rd place|
|FOLK RACE||10 km||2011 and earlier|
*The exact distances will be announced in the event descriptions.
6.1. In addition to individual classification, team classification is also available. To participate in this, a team must be registered using the corresponding field on the registration site.
6.2. Important information:
1. Team registration is free and can be done throughout the season on the registration page on the www.aerobike.ee website.
2. Registered teams are valid until the end of the season and can not be changed during the season.
3. Registering a team means establishing a group of skaters as a team, not registering team members. All team members must be registered to either a stage or the whole series by paying the participation fees.
6.3. Forming a team:
1. A team consists of 3 to 6 people.
2. Team members do not have to be members of the same cycling club or company - a team can also be a group of friends, a randomly selected group of riders or members from multiple clubs or companies together. The team members also do not have of the same gender, in the same age group, or riding the same distance, but one person can only be part of one team.
7.1. The rankings will be determined based on the following principles:
7.2. LAP COUNTER, THE LAP COUNTER RULE and the red flag!
7.3. In the series individual classification the rankings are based on points earned from each event. Points are awarded according to the general classification results of each race (every age group separately). In the full marathon, men's points are based on the men's general classification results, women's points are based on the women's general classification results. The three highest point scores will be taken into account, the lowest score will be eliminated. If the skater hasn't finished all the races in the series, the missed or abandoned race will be considered the lowest point score and won't be taken into account. The lowest score won't be taken into account after the 3rd stage of the series has taken place. Point scores are based on the following table:
|Men's and women's marathons||Half marathon||Folk race|
|*Points are awarded based on the separate men's and women's general classification results.||*Points are awarded based on the general classification results.||*Every finisher gets 10 points.|
7.4. In the team classification, the three highest scores earned by a team's members on a given stage will be counted regardless of the race distance or the skaters' age groups. If fewer than three team members finish the race, the points of all team members who finished the race will be taken into account.
7.5. Preliminary results will be published no later than the day after the race on the official Rullituur website - www.rullituur.ee. Due to the possibility of mistakes in the preliminary results, unsportsmanlike conduct and other incidents, riders are allowed to file complaints up to 6 days after the race. Complaints must be filed by email in accordance with Section 16.2 of the race manual. Final results will be published on www.rullituur.ee and other related sites no later than 7 days after the race. No further complaints will be taken into account after the final results have been published and the results will not be changed.
8.1. Participants can pre-register on the registration page of the www.rullituur.ee website or register in the race centre on the day of the race (cash only).
8.2. The single event fees for the 2020 season are:
|Race||Round 1*||Round 2**||Race day***|
*Round 1 of single event registration ends on the Wednesday prior to race week.
**Round 2 of single event registration ends on Wednesday of the race week.
*** Race day registration ends 15 minutes before the start of the corresponding race.
8.3. Registration fees for the whole series in 2020 are:
|Race||Round 1*||Round 2**|
*Round 1 of series registration ends on 30.04.2020.
**Round 2 of series registration ends on 20.05.2020 together with the pre-registration for the first event.
8.4. Other terms of pre-registration:
9.1. Re-registration can be done only on the race day and only in cash. Re-registration ends 30 minutes before the start of the race. Re-registration can be divided into two categories:
1) Re-registering one participant to a different race:
2) Starting instead of another skater who has pre-registered:
11.1. Participants will enter the starting areas depending on the distance: men's marathon, women's marathon, half marathon and folk race. There are no separate groups within a single race, but the 12 current leaders of the full marathon distance can start in the first row (the 12 fastest skaters of the previous season will get this privilege at the first event of the season).
11.2. All racers must wear the race numbers and a timing chip:
11.3. The track is made up of laps, but the exact distance of one lap depends on the location of the race. The track is closed to general traffic during the duration of the race, but people living next to the road may still drive onto the race track. The chosen race tracks are safe for beginners and amateurs as well and there are no dangerous descents.
12.1. Food and drink is provided to racers in the race centre after the finish. There are no feed zones on the track, but personal supporters may give drinks to the skaters from the right side of the race track.
12.2. There is a marked litter zone on the track where skaters are allowed to dispose of any trash. Littering outside of the designated zone is forbidden and anyone doing so will be disqualified.
13.1. First aid is provided by medics. At Filter Inline Cup events there is an ambulance crew based in the medical tent in the race centre who can go onto the track if necessary.
13.2. The organisers do not provide spare parts or compensate any damages. Skaters who have abandoned the race can be transported back to the race centre by an organisational vehicle.
13.3. Everyone participates at their own risk. By starting the race the skater confirms that they have read and accepted the race manual, is physically fit to participate and acknowledges the risks associated with inline skating. In the case of an accident all costs and damages are covered by the skater without filing any damages claims against the organiser.
13.4. Wearing a helmet is mandatory for all participants, including kids' races, no exceptions. Any skater without a helmet will not be allowed to start the race and anyone participating without a helmet will be disqualified. Wrist, knee and elbow protection is recommended, but not mandatory.
13.5. Even though the race track is closed to general traffic, people living next to the race track may still drive onto the road. The organisers do their best at keeping traffic off the track, but all racers are still obliged to follow the traffic regulations and ensure their own safety to the best of their abilities. All skaters without a security escort are obliged to stay on the right side of the road.
13.6. Pushing fellow skaters to gain an advantage is not allowed. The perpetrator and the one who gained an unfair advantage as a result may be given a time penalty or disqualified. The exact penalty will be determined on a case by case basis.
14.1.1. The award ceremony takes place at the time specified in the race day schedule and is based on preliminary results. If the results are later changed, only the series overall points will be affected. Awards given at each event will not be changed or switched.
14.1.2. Skaters must be present at the ceremony in order to receive their award. They will not be able to receive the award at a later time. By not showing up at the ceremony the skater gives up their award.
14.1.3. The winners specified in Section 5.1. of the race manual will receive a medal and a prize item. No team classification awards will be given at each event.
14.2.1. The series award ceremony will take place in September as a separate event together with other Filter sports series.The exact date and location of the event will be announced at least 2 weeks in advance.
14.2.2. In order to receive an award, the athlete must be present at the award ceremony. In case the athlete cannot attend the award ceremony, the award may be given to their coach or other representative. Awards will not be presented at a later time.
14.2.3. In individual classification, the winners specified in Section 5.1. of the race manual will receive a medal or trophy and a prize item.
14.2.4. The three best teams in team classification will receive a trophy and a prize items.
14.3.1. All skaters who have completed all 4 Filter Inline Cup races in the folk race, the half marathon or the full marathon will receive a Filter Inline Cup 2020 Master's Medal.
14.3.2. All races must be finished successfully in order to receive a Master's Medal. In addition, all the races must be the same distance to qualify - e.g 4 half marathons, but not 2 half marathons and 2 full marathons.
14.3.2. Master's Medals will be awarded at the series award ceremony, but they can also be picked up at the AeroBike office up to one month after the award ceremony.
15.1. The Filter Inline Cup is a recreational sports event. Everyone who is healthy enough and wishes to participate is welcome to do so.
15.2. To ensure accurate results it is forbidden to cross the finish line outside of the race. If the finish line is crossed a second time after finishing the race, the board of commissaires may enter the last finish time in the results as a penalty.
15.3. All participants must respect clean and honest sport. Estonian anti-doping rules apply to the races and SA Eesti Antidoping has the right to carry out doping tests among all participants. More information can be found at http://www.antidoping.ee/en/
15.4. Force majeure - forces of nature, viral epidemics and other circumstances beyond the control of the organiser may cause the event to be changed or cancelled. No registrations will be refunded if the event is cancelled due to force majeure.
15.5. All matters not addressed in the race manual will be resolved by the board of commissaires.
15.6. The organisers are allowed to modify or amend the race manual during the season with the permission of the head commissaire, main organiser and the head secretary.
16.1. The official information source and website of the Filter Inline Cup is www.rullituur.ee. If other online sources provide slightly different information, the information on the official website is considered to be the most accurate.
16.2. Contact information for feedback:
1. Elva Inline Marathon - Kuldar Põder email@example.com
2. Kuusalu Inline Marathon - Mihkel Nanits, firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Pärnu Inline Marathon - Rein Solnask, email@example.com
4. Tallinn Folk Race - Mihkel Nanits, firstname.lastname@example.org
17.1. The Filter Inline Cup is organised by MTÜ AeroBike Cycling Agency in cooperation with OÜ AeroBike.