The participants were offered two distances: “photo-orienteering” and “trail-orienteering”, as reported in the Education Committee. The remote technologies in the “photo-orienteering” allowed to make a real didactic game of a walk along the Kronstadt streets and the “trail-orienteering” was held by the rules of the International Orienteering Federation (IOF) and was highly rated by its participants. After going the distances, all the sportsmen got commemorative diplomas in electronic form.
The importance of the event is emphasized in the letter by the Federal Children’s and Youth Tourism and Local History Center №01-53-20 of 3 February 2019. The letter considers annual International Orienteering Day as a mass tourism, local history and physical culture event available for the wide range of students and aimed at improving additional education, popularizing healthy lifestyle, involving children in additional education system and carrying out interdisciplinary program “School Sport Development”.