One-Man Relay Courses
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A one-man relay is a relay with mass-start and any number of legs competed by one single runner. The difference of a one-man relay course to a normal relay course is mostly that the legs are a bit more different. This is to make the course more attractive to the single runner.
One-man relay courses can be set similar to normal Relay Courses. Visit the Create Relay Courses page for more information.
Example for a one-man relay with continous numbering.
Back to the Course Setting for Orienteering page.