World Cup Final Sprint: Analysis & Results

Posted by Jan Kocbach, 05 Oct 2014@19:35

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The World Cup Final Sprint in Switzerland today offered some interesting and intricate sprint orienteering. The Swiss and Swedish runners dominated the sprint as usually – with Tove Alexandersson winning the women’s race and Daniel Hubmann the men’s race.

Below you first find the leading results, then the overall analysis – and finally what most of you are after, the leg-by-leg analysis.

Results
Men
1 Daniel Hubmann SUI 15:00 0:00
2 Matthias Kyburz SUI 15:03 +0:03
3 Jerker Lysell SWE 15:16 +0:16
4 Fabian Hertner SUI 15:19 +0:19
5 Gustav Bergman SWE 15:28 +0:28
6 Yannick Michiels BEL 15:29 +0:29
7 Martin Hubmann SUI 15:31 +0:31
8 Soren Bobach DEN 15:39 +0:39
9 Anders Holmberg SWE 15:46 +0:46
9 Frederic Tranchand FRA 15:46 +0:46
Women
1 Tove Alexandersson SWE 14:21 0:00
2 Maja Moeller Alm DEN 14:27 +0:06
3 Judith Wyder SUI 14:31 +0:10
4 Emma Klingenberg DEN 14:46 +0:25
5 Ida Bobach DEN 14:53 +0:32
5 Rahel Friederich SUI 14:53 +0:32
7 Julia Gross SUI 14:55 +0:34
8 Lena Eliasson SWE 15:00 +0:39
9 Lina Strand SWE 15:02 +0:41
10 Galina Vinogradova RUS 15:17 +0:56
Overall analysis: Men

Before we look at the analysis leg by leg,  a look at the overall. From the graphical splits overview below you can see how Martin Hubmann had the best start, but due to a wrong routechoice to the 9th control he loses 8 seconds and the lead to Jerker Lysell. The leg to control 9 is interesting because only Jerker Lysell of the top finishers takes the correct routechoice here (going right).

Lysell runs well the next few legs, but then takes the wrong route choice to control 12 (going left) – losing 8 seconds to the best time of Daniel Hubmann on this leg. Martin Hubmann again takes the wrong route choice, falling out of the fight for the top results (without these two wrong rotue choices Martin Hubmann had been within the Top 3).

At this point in the race (12th control), Daniel Hubmann takes over the lead from Jerker Lysell, and never gives it away. Daniel Hubmann runs exceptionally well from control 9 to control 17 – only losing a few seconds on the “superman” time in this part of the course.

Matthias Kyburz also runs a very good race – paralleling Daniel Hubmann for most of the race. Note however how he takes a wrong routechoice to the 2nd control – losing 4 seconds on the best time and 2 seconds on Daniel Hubmann. Kyburz also loses 2 seconds to Hubmann on the easy leg to control 8.

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Overall analysis: Women

In the women’s race Maja Møller Alm has a very good start, but loses 7 seconds and the lead by taking a bad route choice to control 9 (going to the right). At this time Judith Wyder takes over the lead and looks a lot like a winner until her big mistake at control 14 losing 10 seconds. Note how also several other runners do mistakes here at the 14th control – notably Emma Klingenberg losing 13 seconds.

With Wyder’s mistake, Alm takes over the lead and is on steady victory course until the 16th control. Now most of the tricky orienteering seems to be finished when looking at the map – but to control 17  Alm loses 5 seconds – and Alexandersson gets past her on the results into victory. The route choice leg to 16 which looks a lot more interesting than the leg to 17 on paper does not decide the race afterall – the key is as always to keep the concentration all the way to the finish ….

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Leg-by-leg analysis

A combination of GPS to see which routechoice the runners took and split times to get the actual time from control to control is used in the analysis below. As always, the GPS accuracy is not the best, so the illustrations don’t all look beautiful. Still they tell most of the story when you compare with the split times – for each leg, selected routes are shown along with a table of best splits. The men are handled first – afterwards the women. No detailed analysis is given for each leg, but the illustrations along with the split time table and the above overall analysis should tell most of the story.

Men: S-1

Men: S-1 (Legtimes)

1. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:58 +0:00
2. Alain Denzler (28th) 0:59 +0:01
3. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:59 +0:01
4. Andreas Kyburz (15th) 1:00 +0:02
5. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 1:00 +0:02
6. Fabian Hertner (4th) 1:00 +0:02
7. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 1:00 +0:02
8. Yannick Michiels (6th) 1:00 +0:02
9. Andreas Ruedlinger (18th) 1:01 +0:03
10. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 1:01 +0:03
12. Gustav Bergman (5th) 1:02 +0:04
13. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 1:02 +0:04
17. Soren Bobach (8th) 1:03 +0:05
Men: S-1 (Total times)

1. Anders Holmberg 0:58 +0:00
2. Alain Denzler 0:59 +0:01
3. Martin Hubmann 0:59 +0:01
4. Andreas Kyburz 1:00 +0:02
5. Daniel Hubmann 1:00 +0:02
6. Fabian Hertner 1:00 +0:02
7. Matthias Kyburz 1:00 +0:02
8. Yannick Michiels 1:00 +0:02
9. Andreas Ruedlinger 1:01 +0:03
10. Frederic Tranchand 1:01 +0:03
12. Gustav Bergman 1:02 +0:04
13. Jerker Lysell 1:02 +0:04
17. Soren Bobach 1:03 +0:05
Men: 1-2

Men: 1-2 (Legtimes)

1. Jonas Leandersson (12th) 0:41 +0:00
2. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 0:42 +0:01
3. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 0:43 +0:02
4. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 0:43 +0:02
5. Raffael Huber (14th) 0:43 +0:02
6. Gustav Bergman (5th) 0:43 +0:02
7. Soren Bobach (8th) 0:43 +0:02
8. Carl Godager Kaas (11th) 0:43 +0:02
9. Olav Lundanes (13th) 0:43 +0:02
10. Magne Daehli (20th) 0:43 +0:02
11. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:44 +0:03
12. Yannick Michiels (6th) 0:44 +0:03
19. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:45 +0:04
20. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 0:45 +0:04
31. Fabian Hertner (4th) 0:49 +0:08
Men: 1-2 (Total times)

1. Anders Holmberg 1:43 +0:00
2. Daniel Hubmann 1:43 +0:00
3. Martin Hubmann 1:43 +0:00
4. Frederic Tranchand 1:44 +0:01
5. Jerker Lysell 1:44 +0:01
6. Raffael Huber 1:44 +0:01
7. Yannick Michiels 1:44 +0:01
8. Gustav Bergman 1:45 +0:02
9. Matthias Kyburz 1:45 +0:02
10. Andreas Kyburz 1:46 +0:03
12. Soren Bobach 1:46 +0:03
21. Fabian Hertner 1:49 +0:06
Men: 2-3

Men: 2-3 (Legtimes)

1. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 0:36 +0:00
2. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 0:37 +0:01
3. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:37 +0:01
4. Yannick Michiels (6th) 0:37 +0:01
5. Soren Bobach (8th) 0:37 +0:01
6. Andreas Ruedlinger (18th) 0:37 +0:01
7. Stepan Kodeda (24th) 0:37 +0:01
8. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:38 +0:02
9. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 0:38 +0:02
10. Andreas Kyburz (15th) 0:38 +0:02
14. Fabian Hertner (4th) 0:38 +0:02
17. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 0:39 +0:03
25. Gustav Bergman (5th) 0:40 +0:04
Men: 2-3 (Total times)

1. Daniel Hubmann 2:20 +0:00
2. Jerker Lysell 2:20 +0:00
3. Martin Hubmann 2:20 +0:00
4. Anders Holmberg 2:21 +0:01
5. Yannick Michiels 2:21 +0:01
6. Frederic Tranchand 2:23 +0:03
7. Matthias Kyburz 2:23 +0:03
8. Soren Bobach 2:23 +0:03
9. Andreas Kyburz 2:24 +0:04
10. Raffael Huber 2:24 +0:04
13. Gustav Bergman 2:25 +0:05
17. Fabian Hertner 2:27 +0:07
Men: 3-4

Men: 3-4 (Legtimes)

1. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:27 +0:00
2. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 0:27 +0:00
3. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 0:28 +0:01
4. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 0:28 +0:01
5. Yannick Michiels (6th) 0:28 +0:01
6. Soren Bobach (8th) 0:28 +0:01
7. Fabian Hertner (4th) 0:28 +0:01
8. Severi Kymalainen (37th) 0:28 +0:01
9. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 0:29 +0:02
10. Raffael Huber (14th) 0:29 +0:02
24. Gustav Bergman (5th) 0:31 +0:04
37. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:34 +0:07
Men: 3-4 (Total times)

1. Martin Hubmann 2:47 +0:00
2. Daniel Hubmann 2:48 +0:01
3. Jerker Lysell 2:48 +0:01
4. Yannick Michiels 2:49 +0:02
5. Matthias Kyburz 2:50 +0:03
6. Soren Bobach 2:51 +0:04
7. Frederic Tranchand 2:52 +0:05
8. Raffael Huber 2:53 +0:06
9. Andreas Kyburz 2:54 +0:07
10. Carl Godager Kaas 2:54 +0:07
12. Anders Holmberg 2:55 +0:08
14. Fabian Hertner 2:55 +0:08
15. Gustav Bergman 2:56 +0:09
Men: 4-5

Men: 4-5 (Legtimes)

1. Fabian Hertner (4th) 0:51 +0:00
2. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:52 +0:01
3. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 0:52 +0:01
4. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 0:52 +0:01
5. Yannick Michiels (6th) 0:52 +0:01
6. Raffael Huber (14th) 0:52 +0:01
7. Andreas Ruedlinger (18th) 0:52 +0:01
8. Jan Prochazka (39th) 0:52 +0:01
9. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 0:53 +0:02
10. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 0:53 +0:02
13. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:53 +0:02
14. Gustav Bergman (5th) 0:53 +0:02
17. Soren Bobach (8th) 0:54 +0:03
Men: 4-5 (Total times)

1. Martin Hubmann 3:39 +0:00
2. Daniel Hubmann 3:40 +0:01
3. Jerker Lysell 3:40 +0:01
4. Yannick Michiels 3:41 +0:02
5. Matthias Kyburz 3:43 +0:04
6. Frederic Tranchand 3:45 +0:06
7. Raffael Huber 3:45 +0:06
8. Soren Bobach 3:45 +0:06
9. Fabian Hertner 3:46 +0:07
10. Andreas Kyburz 3:47 +0:08
13. Anders Holmberg 3:48 +0:09
15. Gustav Bergman 3:49 +0:10
Men: 5-6

Men: 5-6 (Legtimes)

1. Fabian Hertner (4th) 0:42 +0:00
2. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 0:44 +0:02
3. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 0:44 +0:02
4. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 0:44 +0:02
5. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:45 +0:03
6. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 0:45 +0:03
7. Raffael Huber (14th) 0:45 +0:03
8. Soren Bobach (8th) 0:45 +0:03
9. Andreas Kyburz (15th) 0:45 +0:03
10. Gernot Kerschbaumer (36th) 0:45 +0:03
24. Yannick Michiels (6th) 0:48 +0:06
25. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:48 +0:06
35. Gustav Bergman (5th) 0:50 +0:08
Men: 5-6 (Total times)

1. Jerker Lysell 4:24 +0:00
2. Martin Hubmann 4:24 +0:00
3. Daniel Hubmann 4:25 +0:01
4. Matthias Kyburz 4:27 +0:03
5. Fabian Hertner 4:28 +0:04
6. Frederic Tranchand 4:29 +0:05
7. Yannick Michiels 4:29 +0:05
8. Raffael Huber 4:30 +0:06
9. Soren Bobach 4:30 +0:06
10. Andreas Kyburz 4:32 +0:08
14. Anders Holmberg 4:36 +0:12
17. Gustav Bergman 4:39 +0:15
Men: 6-7

Men: 6-7 (Legtimes)

1. Andreas Ruedlinger (18th) 0:18 +0:00
2. Gernot Kerschbaumer (36th) 0:18 +0:00
3. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 0:19 +0:01
4. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:19 +0:01
5. Fabian Hertner (4th) 0:19 +0:01
6. Raffael Huber (14th) 0:19 +0:01
7. Andreas Kyburz (15th) 0:19 +0:01
8. Carl Godager Kaas (11th) 0:19 +0:01
9. Albin Ridefelt (17th) 0:19 +0:01
10. Jonas Leandersson (12th) 0:19 +0:01
11. Gustav Bergman (5th) 0:19 +0:01
16. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 0:20 +0:02
17. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 0:20 +0:02
18. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 0:20 +0:02
19. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:20 +0:02
29. Yannick Michiels (6th) 0:21 +0:03
30. Soren Bobach (8th) 0:21 +0:03
Men: 6-7 (Total times)

1. Jerker Lysell 4:43 +0:00
2. Martin Hubmann 4:43 +0:00
3. Daniel Hubmann 4:45 +0:02
4. Fabian Hertner 4:47 +0:04
5. Matthias Kyburz 4:47 +0:04
6. Frederic Tranchand 4:49 +0:06
7. Raffael Huber 4:49 +0:06
8. Yannick Michiels 4:50 +0:07
9. Andreas Kyburz 4:51 +0:08
10. Soren Bobach 4:51 +0:08
16. Anders Holmberg 4:56 +0:13
17. Gustav Bergman 4:58 +0:15
Men: 7-8

Men: 7-8 (Legtimes)

1. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:26 +0:00
2. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 0:26 +0:00
3. Fabian Hertner (4th) 0:26 +0:00
4. Stepan Kodeda (24th) 0:26 +0:00
5. Ionut Zinca (29th) 0:26 +0:00
6. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 0:27 +0:01
7. Andreas Ruedlinger (18th) 0:27 +0:01
8. Olav Lundanes (13th) 0:27 +0:01
9. Lucas Basset (21st) 0:27 +0:01
10. Vojtich Kral (23rd) 0:27 +0:01
14. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 0:28 +0:02
16. Yannick Michiels (6th) 0:28 +0:02
18. Soren Bobach (8th) 0:28 +0:02
26. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:29 +0:03
27. Gustav Bergman (5th) 0:29 +0:03
38. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 0:33 +0:07
Men: 7-8 (Total times)

1. Martin Hubmann 5:09 +0:00
2. Jerker Lysell 5:10 +0:01
3. Daniel Hubmann 5:11 +0:02
4. Fabian Hertner 5:13 +0:04
5. Matthias Kyburz 5:15 +0:06
6. Raffael Huber 5:17 +0:08
7. Yannick Michiels 5:18 +0:09
8. Andreas Kyburz 5:19 +0:10
9. Andreas Ruedlinger 5:19 +0:10
10. Soren Bobach 5:19 +0:10
12. Frederic Tranchand 5:22 +0:13
16. Anders Holmberg 5:25 +0:16
17. Gustav Bergman 5:27 +0:18
Men: 8-9

Men: 8-9 (Legtimes)

1. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 1:07 +0:00
2. Gustav Bergman (5th) 1:08 +0:01
3. Carl Godager Kaas (11th) 1:09 +0:02
4. Jonas Leandersson (12th) 1:09 +0:02
5. Anton Ostlin (22nd) 1:09 +0:02
6. Severi Kymalainen (37th) 1:10 +0:03
7. Hector Haines (34th) 1:10 +0:03
8. Yannick Michiels (6th) 1:12 +0:05
9. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 1:12 +0:05
10. Olav Lundanes (13th) 1:12 +0:05
12. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 1:13 +0:06
13. Fabian Hertner (4th) 1:13 +0:06
14. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 1:13 +0:06
18. Soren Bobach (8th) 1:14 +0:07
19. Anders Holmberg (9th) 1:14 +0:07
21. Martin Hubmann (7th) 1:15 +0:08
Men: 8-9 (Total times)

1. Jerker Lysell 6:17 +0:00
2. Daniel Hubmann 6:24 +0:07
3. Martin Hubmann 6:24 +0:07
4. Fabian Hertner 6:26 +0:09
5. Matthias Kyburz 6:28 +0:11
6. Carl Godager Kaas 6:29 +0:12
7. Raffael Huber 6:30 +0:13
8. Yannick Michiels 6:30 +0:13
9. Jonas Leandersson 6:33 +0:16
10. Soren Bobach 6:33 +0:16
11. Frederic Tranchand 6:34 +0:17
12. Gustav Bergman 6:35 +0:18
16. Anders Holmberg 6:39 +0:22
Men: 9-10

Men: 9-10 (Legtimes)

1. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 0:37 +0:00
2. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 0:38 +0:01
3. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 0:38 +0:01
4. Fabian Hertner (4th) 0:38 +0:01
5. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:38 +0:01
6. Gernot Kerschbaumer (36th) 0:38 +0:01
7. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:39 +0:02
8. Yannick Michiels (6th) 0:39 +0:02
9. Gustav Bergman (5th) 0:39 +0:02
10. Olav Lundanes (13th) 0:39 +0:02
15. Soren Bobach (8th) 0:40 +0:03
33. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 0:43 +0:06
Men: 9-10 (Total times)

1. Jerker Lysell 6:55 +0:00
2. Daniel Hubmann 7:02 +0:07
3. Martin Hubmann 7:03 +0:08
4. Fabian Hertner 7:04 +0:09
5. Matthias Kyburz 7:05 +0:10
6. Yannick Michiels 7:09 +0:14
7. Carl Godager Kaas 7:13 +0:18
8. Soren Bobach 7:13 +0:18
9. Gustav Bergman 7:14 +0:19
10. Raffael Huber 7:15 +0:20
12. Anders Holmberg 7:17 +0:22
14. Frederic Tranchand 7:17 +0:22
Men: 10-11

Men: 10-11 (Legtimes)

1. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 1:10 +0:00
2. Jan Prochazka (39th) 1:10 +0:00
3. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 1:11 +0:01
4. Fabian Hertner (4th) 1:11 +0:01
5. Gustav Bergman (5th) 1:11 +0:01
6. Martin Hubmann (7th) 1:12 +0:02
7. Yannick Michiels (6th) 1:12 +0:02
8. Soren Bobach (8th) 1:12 +0:02
9. Anders Holmberg (9th) 1:12 +0:02
10. Jonas Leandersson (12th) 1:12 +0:02
11. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 1:13 +0:03
35. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 1:20 +0:10
Men: 10-11 (Total times)

1. Jerker Lysell 8:08 +0:00
2. Daniel Hubmann 8:13 +0:05
3. Fabian Hertner 8:15 +0:07
4. Martin Hubmann 8:15 +0:07
5. Matthias Kyburz 8:15 +0:07
6. Yannick Michiels 8:21 +0:13
7. Gustav Bergman 8:25 +0:17
8. Soren Bobach 8:25 +0:17
9. Carl Godager Kaas 8:28 +0:20
10. Anders Holmberg 8:29 +0:21
18. Frederic Tranchand 8:37 +0:29
Men: 11-12

Men: 11-12 (Legtimes)

1. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 0:39 +0:00
2. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 0:40 +0:01
3. Jonas Leandersson (12th) 0:40 +0:01
4. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 0:40 +0:01
5. Magne Daehli (20th) 0:40 +0:01
6. Vojtich Kral (23rd) 0:40 +0:01
7. Fabian Hertner (4th) 0:41 +0:02
8. Soren Bobach (8th) 0:41 +0:02
9. Milos Nykodym (38th) 0:41 +0:02
10. Carl Godager Kaas (11th) 0:42 +0:03
22. Yannick Michiels (6th) 0:46 +0:07
23. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 0:47 +0:08
24. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:47 +0:08
25. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:47 +0:08
28. Gustav Bergman (5th) 0:48 +0:09
Men: 11-12 (Total times)

1. Daniel Hubmann 8:52 +0:00
2. Jerker Lysell 8:55 +0:03
3. Matthias Kyburz 8:55 +0:03
4. Fabian Hertner 8:56 +0:04
5. Martin Hubmann 9:02 +0:10
6. Soren Bobach 9:06 +0:14
7. Yannick Michiels 9:07 +0:15
8. Carl Godager Kaas 9:10 +0:18
9. Jonas Leandersson 9:12 +0:20
10. Gustav Bergman 9:13 +0:21
11. Anders Holmberg 9:16 +0:24
14. Frederic Tranchand 9:17 +0:25
Men: 12-13

Men: 12-13 (Legtimes)

1. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 0:31 +0:00
2. Marten B. Bostrom (16th) 0:31 +0:00
3. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 0:32 +0:01
4. Soren Bobach (8th) 0:32 +0:01
5. Carl Godager Kaas (11th) 0:32 +0:01
6. Gustav Bergman (5th) 0:32 +0:01
7. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:32 +0:01
8. Gernot Kerschbaumer (36th) 0:32 +0:01
9. Jan Prochazka (39th) 0:32 +0:01
10. Edgars Bertuks (31st) 0:32 +0:01
11. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 0:33 +0:02
12. Fabian Hertner (4th) 0:33 +0:02
13. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:33 +0:02
14. Yannick Michiels (6th) 0:33 +0:02
19. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 0:34 +0:03
Men: 12-13 (Total times)

1. Daniel Hubmann 9:24 +0:00
2. Matthias Kyburz 9:26 +0:02
3. Jerker Lysell 9:28 +0:04
4. Fabian Hertner 9:29 +0:05
5. Martin Hubmann 9:35 +0:11
6. Soren Bobach 9:38 +0:14
7. Yannick Michiels 9:40 +0:16
8. Carl Godager Kaas 9:42 +0:18
9. Gustav Bergman 9:45 +0:21
10. Jonas Leandersson 9:45 +0:21
11. Anders Holmberg 9:48 +0:24
13. Frederic Tranchand 9:51 +0:27
Men: 13-14

Men: 13-14 (Legtimes)

1. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 0:19 +0:00
2. Fabian Hertner (4th) 0:19 +0:00
3. Soren Bobach (8th) 0:19 +0:00
4. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 0:19 +0:00
5. Jan Prochazka (39th) 0:19 +0:00
6. Marten B. Bostrom (16th) 0:19 +0:00
7. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 0:20 +0:01
8. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 0:20 +0:01
9. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:20 +0:01
10. Carl Godager Kaas (11th) 0:20 +0:01
11. Gustav Bergman (5th) 0:20 +0:01
13. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:20 +0:01
27. Yannick Michiels (6th) 0:21 +0:02
Men: 13-14 (Total times)

1. Daniel Hubmann 9:43 +0:00
2. Matthias Kyburz 9:46 +0:03
3. Fabian Hertner 9:48 +0:05
4. Jerker Lysell 9:48 +0:05
5. Martin Hubmann 9:55 +0:12
6. Soren Bobach 9:57 +0:14
7. Yannick Michiels 10:01 +0:18
8. Carl Godager Kaas 10:02 +0:19
9. Gustav Bergman 10:05 +0:22
10. Jonas Leandersson 10:05 +0:22
11. Anders Holmberg 10:08 +0:25
13. Frederic Tranchand 10:10 +0:27
Men: 14-15

Men: 14-15 (Legtimes)

1. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 0:39 +0:00
2. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 0:40 +0:01
3. Fabian Hertner (4th) 0:40 +0:01
4. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 0:40 +0:01
5. Yannick Michiels (6th) 0:40 +0:01
6. Soren Bobach (8th) 0:41 +0:02
7. Ionut Zinca (29th) 0:41 +0:02
8. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:42 +0:03
9. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:42 +0:03
10. Olav Lundanes (13th) 0:42 +0:03
19. Gustav Bergman (5th) 0:43 +0:04
21. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 0:43 +0:04
Men: 14-15 (Total times)

1. Daniel Hubmann 10:23 +0:00
2. Matthias Kyburz 10:25 +0:02
3. Fabian Hertner 10:28 +0:05
4. Jerker Lysell 10:28 +0:05
5. Martin Hubmann 10:37 +0:14
6. Soren Bobach 10:38 +0:15
7. Yannick Michiels 10:41 +0:18
8. Carl Godager Kaas 10:46 +0:23
9. Gustav Bergman 10:48 +0:25
10. Anders Holmberg 10:50 +0:27
13. Frederic Tranchand 10:53 +0:30
Men: 15-16

Men: 15-16 (Legtimes)

1. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 1:04 +0:00
2. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 1:06 +0:02
3. Fabian Hertner (4th) 1:06 +0:02
4. Soren Bobach (8th) 1:06 +0:02
5. Jonas Leandersson (12th) 1:06 +0:02
6. Yannick Michiels (6th) 1:07 +0:03
7. Gustav Bergman (5th) 1:07 +0:03
8. Marten B. Bostrom (16th) 1:07 +0:03
9. Carl Godager Kaas (11th) 1:08 +0:04
10. Anders Holmberg (9th) 1:08 +0:04
14. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 1:09 +0:05
15. Martin Hubmann (7th) 1:09 +0:05
19. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 1:10 +0:06
Men: 15-16 (Total times)

1. Daniel Hubmann 11:27 +0:00
2. Matthias Kyburz 11:31 +0:04
3. Fabian Hertner 11:34 +0:07
4. Jerker Lysell 11:37 +0:10
5. Soren Bobach 11:44 +0:17
6. Martin Hubmann 11:46 +0:19
7. Yannick Michiels 11:48 +0:21
8. Carl Godager Kaas 11:54 +0:27
9. Gustav Bergman 11:55 +0:28
10. Jonas Leandersson 11:57 +0:30
11. Anders Holmberg 11:58 +0:31
13. Frederic Tranchand 12:03 +0:36
Men: 16-17

Men: 16-17 (Legtimes)

1. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 0:30 +0:00
2. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 0:30 +0:00
3. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:32 +0:02
4. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 0:32 +0:02
5. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 0:33 +0:03
6. Gustav Bergman (5th) 0:33 +0:03
7. Gernot Kerschbaumer (36th) 0:33 +0:03
8. Oleksandr Kratov (26th) 0:33 +0:03
9. Edgars Bertuks (31st) 0:33 +0:03
10. Jonas Leandersson (12th) 0:34 +0:04
15. Soren Bobach (8th) 0:35 +0:05
16. Yannick Michiels (6th) 0:35 +0:05
22. Fabian Hertner (4th) 0:36 +0:06
23. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:36 +0:06
Men: 16-17 (Total times)

1. Daniel Hubmann 11:57 +0:00
2. Matthias Kyburz 12:01 +0:04
3. Fabian Hertner 12:10 +0:13
4. Jerker Lysell 12:10 +0:13
5. Martin Hubmann 12:18 +0:21
6. Soren Bobach 12:19 +0:22
7. Yannick Michiels 12:23 +0:26
8. Gustav Bergman 12:28 +0:31
9. Carl Godager Kaas 12:29 +0:32
10. Jonas Leandersson 12:31 +0:34
11. Anders Holmberg 12:34 +0:37
12. Frederic Tranchand 12:35 +0:38
Men: 17-18

Men: 17-18 (Legtimes)

1. Yannick Michiels (6th) 0:39 +0:00
2. Jan Petrzela (27th) 0:40 +0:01
3. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 0:41 +0:02
4. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 0:41 +0:02
5. Gustav Bergman (5th) 0:41 +0:02
6. Lucas Basset (21st) 0:41 +0:02
7. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 0:42 +0:03
8. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:42 +0:03
9. Jan Prochazka (39th) 0:42 +0:03
10. Marten B. Bostrom (16th) 0:42 +0:03
12. Fabian Hertner (4th) 0:43 +0:04
13. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:43 +0:04
29. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 0:45 +0:06
34. Soren Bobach (8th) 0:46 +0:07
Men: 17-18 (Total times)

1. Daniel Hubmann 12:38 +0:00
2. Matthias Kyburz 12:42 +0:04
3. Jerker Lysell 12:52 +0:14
4. Fabian Hertner 12:53 +0:15
5. Martin Hubmann 13:01 +0:23
6. Yannick Michiels 13:02 +0:24
7. Soren Bobach 13:05 +0:27
8. Gustav Bergman 13:09 +0:31
9. Carl Godager Kaas 13:12 +0:34
10. Jonas Leandersson 13:14 +0:36
11. Anders Holmberg 13:16 +0:38
13. Frederic Tranchand 13:20 +0:42
Men: 18-19

Men: 18-19 (Legtimes)

1. Gustav Bergman (5th) 1:10 +0:00
2. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 1:13 +0:03
3. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 1:13 +0:03
4. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 1:14 +0:04
5. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 1:14 +0:04
6. Yannick Michiels (6th) 1:14 +0:04
7. Olav Lundanes (13th) 1:14 +0:04
8. Anders Holmberg (9th) 1:15 +0:05
9. Raffael Huber (14th) 1:16 +0:06
10. Jan Prochazka (39th) 1:17 +0:07
16. Fabian Hertner (4th) 1:18 +0:08
17. Martin Hubmann (7th) 1:18 +0:08
31. Soren Bobach (8th) 1:22 +0:12
Men: 18-19 (Total times)

1. Daniel Hubmann 13:51 +0:00
2. Matthias Kyburz 13:56 +0:05
3. Jerker Lysell 14:06 +0:15
4. Fabian Hertner 14:11 +0:20
5. Yannick Michiels 14:16 +0:25
6. Gustav Bergman 14:19 +0:28
7. Martin Hubmann 14:19 +0:28
8. Soren Bobach 14:27 +0:36
9. Anders Holmberg 14:31 +0:40
10. Frederic Tranchand 14:33 +0:42
Men: 19-20

Men: 19-20 (Legtimes)

1. Marten B. Bostrom (16th) 0:42 +0:00
2. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 0:43 +0:01
3. Fabian Hertner (4th) 0:43 +0:01
4. Albin Ridefelt (17th) 0:43 +0:01
5. Oskar Sjoberg (19th) 0:44 +0:02
6. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 0:45 +0:03
7. Yannick Michiels (6th) 0:45 +0:03
8. Gustav Bergman (5th) 0:45 +0:03
9. Soren Bobach (8th) 0:45 +0:03
10. Lucas Basset (21st) 0:45 +0:03
12. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 0:46 +0:04
13. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:46 +0:04
16. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:47 +0:05
23. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 0:48 +0:06
Men: 19-20 (Total times)

1. Daniel Hubmann 14:36 +0:00
2. Matthias Kyburz 14:39 +0:03
3. Jerker Lysell 14:52 +0:16
4. Fabian Hertner 14:54 +0:18
5. Yannick Michiels 15:01 +0:25
6. Gustav Bergman 15:04 +0:28
7. Martin Hubmann 15:05 +0:29
8. Soren Bobach 15:12 +0:36
9. Anders Holmberg 15:18 +0:42
10. Frederic Tranchand 15:21 +0:45
Men: 20-21

Men: 20-21 (Legtimes)

1. Gustav Bergman (5th) 0:14 +0:00
2. Daniel Hubmann (1st) 0:15 +0:01
3. Matthias Kyburz (2nd) 0:15 +0:01
4. Jerker Lysell (3rd) 0:15 +0:01
5. Fabian Hertner (4th) 0:16 +0:02
6. Martin Hubmann (7th) 0:16 +0:02
7. Frederic Tranchand (10th) 0:16 +0:02
8. Andreas Kyburz (15th) 0:16 +0:02
9. Andreas Ruedlinger (18th) 0:16 +0:02
10. Magne Daehli (20th) 0:16 +0:02
11. Yannick Michiels (6th) 0:17 +0:03
12. Soren Bobach (8th) 0:17 +0:03
13. Anders Holmberg (9th) 0:17 +0:03
Men: 20-21 (Total times)

1. Daniel Hubmann 14:51 +0:00
2. Matthias Kyburz 14:54 +0:03
3. Jerker Lysell 15:07 +0:16
4. Fabian Hertner 15:10 +0:19
5. Gustav Bergman 15:18 +0:27
6. Yannick Michiels 15:18 +0:27
7. Martin Hubmann 15:21 +0:30
8. Soren Bobach 15:29 +0:38
9. Anders Holmberg 15:35 +0:44
10. Frederic Tranchand 15:37 +0:46
Women: S-1

Women: S-1 (Legtimes)

1. Judith Wyder (3rd) 1:07 +0:00
2. Svetlana Mironova (14th) 1:09 +0:02
3. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 1:09 +0:02
4. Lena Eliasson (8th) 1:10 +0:03
5. Sabine Hauswirth (12th) 1:10 +0:03
6. Isia Basset (31st) 1:11 +0:04
7. Lina Strand (9th) 1:11 +0:04
8. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 1:11 +0:04
9. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 1:12 +0:05
10. Lilly Gross (28th) 1:13 +0:06
11. Rahel Friederich (6th) 1:13 +0:06
14. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 1:14 +0:07
17. Ida Bobach (5th) 1:15 +0:08
19. Julia Gross (7th) 1:15 +0:08
Women: S-1 (Total times)

1. Judith Wyder 1:07 +0:00
2. Svetlana Mironova 1:09 +0:02
3. Tove Alexandersson 1:09 +0:02
4. Lena Eliasson 1:10 +0:03
5. Sabine Hauswirth 1:10 +0:03
6. Isia Basset 1:11 +0:04
7. Lina Strand 1:11 +0:04
8. Maja Moeller Alm 1:11 +0:04
9. Galina Vinogradova 1:12 +0:05
10. Lilly Gross 1:13 +0:06
11. Rahel Friederich 1:13 +0:06
14. Emma Klingenberg 1:14 +0:07
17. Ida Bobach 1:15 +0:08
19. Julia Gross 1:15 +0:08
Women: 1-2

Women: 1-2 (Legtimes)

1. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 0:46 +0:00
2. Judith Wyder (3rd) 0:47 +0:01
3. Lena Eliasson (8th) 0:47 +0:01
4. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 0:47 +0:01
5. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 0:48 +0:02
6. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 0:48 +0:02
7. Ida Bobach (5th) 0:48 +0:02
8. Lina Strand (9th) 0:49 +0:03
9. Catherine Taylor (13th) 0:49 +0:03
10. Sara Luscher (11th) 0:49 +0:03
16. Rahel Friederich (6th) 0:52 +0:06
29. Julia Gross (7th) 0:57 +0:11
Women: 1-2 (Total times)

1. Judith Wyder 1:54 +0:00
2. Tove Alexandersson 1:55 +0:01
3. Lena Eliasson 1:57 +0:03
4. Maja Moeller Alm 1:58 +0:04
5. Galina Vinogradova 2:00 +0:06
6. Lina Strand 2:00 +0:06
7. Emma Klingenberg 2:02 +0:08
8. Sabine Hauswirth 2:02 +0:08
9. Catherine Taylor 2:03 +0:09
10. Ida Bobach 2:03 +0:09
12. Rahel Friederich 2:05 +0:11
26. Julia Gross 2:12 +0:18
Women: 2-3

Women: 2-3 (Legtimes)

1. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 0:41 +0:00
2. Judith Wyder (3rd) 0:42 +0:01
3. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 0:42 +0:01
4. Lena Eliasson (8th) 0:42 +0:01
5. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 0:43 +0:02
6. Catherine Taylor (13th) 0:43 +0:02
7. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 0:44 +0:03
8. Lina Strand (9th) 0:44 +0:03
9. Sara Luscher (11th) 0:44 +0:03
10. Rahel Friederich (6th) 0:44 +0:03
11. Julia Gross (7th) 0:44 +0:03
29. Ida Bobach (5th) 0:48 +0:07
Women: 2-3 (Total times)

1. Judith Wyder 2:36 +0:00
2. Tove Alexandersson 2:37 +0:01
3. Lena Eliasson 2:39 +0:03
4. Maja Moeller Alm 2:41 +0:05
5. Emma Klingenberg 2:43 +0:07
6. Galina Vinogradova 2:44 +0:08
7. Lina Strand 2:44 +0:08
8. Catherine Taylor 2:46 +0:10
9. Sara Luscher 2:47 +0:11
10. Sabine Hauswirth 2:48 +0:12
11. Rahel Friederich 2:49 +0:13
12. Ida Bobach 2:51 +0:15
20. Julia Gross 2:56 +0:20
Women: 3-4

Women: 3-4 (Legtimes)

1. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 0:32 +0:00
2. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 0:33 +0:01
3. Judith Wyder (3rd) 0:34 +0:02
4. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 0:34 +0:02
5. Lena Eliasson (8th) 0:34 +0:02
6. Ines Brodmann (15th) 0:34 +0:02
7. Julia Gross (7th) 0:34 +0:02
8. Sabine Hauswirth (12th) 0:35 +0:03
9. Ida Bobach (5th) 0:35 +0:03
10. Alva Olsson (22nd) 0:35 +0:03
11. Lina Strand (9th) 0:36 +0:04
22. Rahel Friederich (6th) 0:37 +0:05
30. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 0:40 +0:08
Women: 3-4 (Total times)

1. Judith Wyder 3:10 +0:00
2. Tove Alexandersson 3:11 +0:01
3. Lena Eliasson 3:13 +0:03
4. Maja Moeller Alm 3:13 +0:03
5. Emma Klingenberg 3:16 +0:06
6. Lina Strand 3:20 +0:10
7. Sabine Hauswirth 3:23 +0:13
8. Sara Luscher 3:23 +0:13
9. Galina Vinogradova 3:24 +0:14
10. Catherine Taylor 3:25 +0:15
11. Ida Bobach 3:26 +0:16
13. Rahel Friederich 3:26 +0:16
15. Julia Gross 3:30 +0:20
Women: 4-5

Women: 4-5 (Legtimes)

1. Judith Wyder (3rd) 0:58 +0:00
2. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 0:59 +0:01
3. Ida Bobach (5th) 0:59 +0:01
4. Rahel Friederich (6th) 0:59 +0:01
5. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 1:00 +0:02
6. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 1:00 +0:02
7. Svetlana Mironova (14th) 1:00 +0:02
8. Lena Eliasson (8th) 1:01 +0:03
9. Lina Strand (9th) 1:01 +0:03
10. Julia Gross (7th) 1:02 +0:04
21. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 1:05 +0:07
Women: 4-5 (Total times)

1. Judith Wyder 4:08 +0:00
2. Tove Alexandersson 4:11 +0:03
3. Maja Moeller Alm 4:12 +0:04
4. Lena Eliasson 4:14 +0:06
5. Emma Klingenberg 4:16 +0:08
6. Lina Strand 4:21 +0:13
7. Ida Bobach 4:25 +0:17
8. Rahel Friederich 4:25 +0:17
9. Sara Luscher 4:26 +0:18
10. Sabine Hauswirth 4:27 +0:19
13. Galina Vinogradova 4:29 +0:21
15. Julia Gross 4:32 +0:24
Women: 5-6

Women: 5-6 (Legtimes)

1. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 0:49 +0:00
2. Rahel Friederich (6th) 0:50 +0:01
3. Ida Bobach (5th) 0:51 +0:02
4. Sabine Hauswirth (12th) 0:51 +0:02
5. Julia Gross (7th) 0:51 +0:02
6. Alva Olsson (22nd) 0:51 +0:02
7. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 0:52 +0:03
8. Sara Luscher (11th) 0:52 +0:03
9. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 0:52 +0:03
10. Natalia Vinogradova (39th) 0:52 +0:03
11. Lena Eliasson (8th) 0:53 +0:04
17. Lina Strand (9th) 0:54 +0:05
21. Judith Wyder (3rd) 0:55 +0:06
31. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 0:57 +0:08
Women: 5-6 (Total times)

1. Maja Moeller Alm 5:01 +0:00
2. Judith Wyder 5:03 +0:02
3. Tove Alexandersson 5:03 +0:02
4. Lena Eliasson 5:07 +0:06
5. Emma Klingenberg 5:13 +0:12
6. Lina Strand 5:15 +0:14
7. Rahel Friederich 5:15 +0:14
8. Ida Bobach 5:16 +0:15
9. Sabine Hauswirth 5:18 +0:17
10. Sara Luscher 5:18 +0:17
11. Galina Vinogradova 5:21 +0:20
14. Julia Gross 5:23 +0:22
Women: 6-7

Women: 6-7 (Legtimes)

1. Judith Wyder (3rd) 0:20 +0:00
2. Lena Eliasson (8th) 0:20 +0:00
3. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 0:20 +0:00
4. Sara Luscher (11th) 0:20 +0:00
5. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 0:21 +0:01
6. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 0:21 +0:01
7. Rahel Friederich (6th) 0:21 +0:01
8. Sabine Hauswirth (12th) 0:21 +0:01
9. Ida Bobach (5th) 0:22 +0:02
10. Svetlana Mironova (14th) 0:22 +0:02
12. Julia Gross (7th) 0:22 +0:02
23. Lina Strand (9th) 0:23 +0:03
38. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 0:28 +0:08
Women: 6-7 (Total times)

1. Maja Moeller Alm 5:22 +0:00
2. Judith Wyder 5:23 +0:01
3. Tove Alexandersson 5:24 +0:02
4. Lena Eliasson 5:27 +0:05
5. Emma Klingenberg 5:33 +0:11
6. Rahel Friederich 5:36 +0:14
7. Ida Bobach 5:38 +0:16
8. Lina Strand 5:38 +0:16
9. Sara Luscher 5:38 +0:16
10. Sabine Hauswirth 5:39 +0:17
13. Julia Gross 5:45 +0:23
14. Galina Vinogradova 5:49 +0:27
Women: 7-8

Women: 7-8 (Legtimes)

1. Lina Strand (9th) 0:30 +0:00
2. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 0:31 +0:01
3. Judith Wyder (3rd) 0:31 +0:01
4. Lena Eliasson (8th) 0:31 +0:01
5. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 0:31 +0:01
6. Ida Bobach (5th) 0:31 +0:01
7. Sabine Hauswirth (12th) 0:31 +0:01
8. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 0:31 +0:01
9. Catherine Taylor (13th) 0:31 +0:01
10. Rahel Friederich (6th) 0:32 +0:02
14. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 0:33 +0:03
22. Julia Gross (7th) 0:34 +0:04
Women: 7-8 (Total times)

1. Maja Moeller Alm 5:53 +0:00
2. Judith Wyder 5:54 +0:01
3. Tove Alexandersson 5:57 +0:04
4. Lena Eliasson 5:58 +0:05
5. Emma Klingenberg 6:04 +0:11
6. Lina Strand 6:08 +0:15
7. Rahel Friederich 6:08 +0:15
8. Ida Bobach 6:09 +0:16
9. Sabine Hauswirth 6:10 +0:17
10. Sara Luscher 6:11 +0:18
13. Julia Gross 6:19 +0:26
14. Galina Vinogradova 6:20 +0:27
Women: 8-9

Women: 8-9 (Legtimes)

1. Judith Wyder (3rd) 1:13 +0:00
2. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 1:15 +0:02
3. Julia Gross (7th) 1:15 +0:02
4. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 1:17 +0:04
5. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 1:17 +0:04
6. Catherine Taylor (13th) 1:17 +0:04
7. Lina Strand (9th) 1:18 +0:05
8. Ida Bobach (5th) 1:18 +0:05
9. Svetlana Mironova (14th) 1:19 +0:06
10. Elena Roos (37th) 1:19 +0:06
12. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 1:20 +0:07
19. Lena Eliasson (8th) 1:22 +0:09
20. Rahel Friederich (6th) 1:22 +0:09
Women: 8-9 (Total times)

1. Judith Wyder 7:07 +0:00
2. Tove Alexandersson 7:12 +0:05
3. Maja Moeller Alm 7:13 +0:06
4. Lena Eliasson 7:20 +0:13
5. Emma Klingenberg 7:21 +0:14
6. Lina Strand 7:26 +0:19
7. Ida Bobach 7:27 +0:20
8. Rahel Friederich 7:30 +0:23
9. Sara Luscher 7:32 +0:25
10. Julia Gross 7:34 +0:27
11. Galina Vinogradova 7:37 +0:30
Women: 9-10

Women: 9-10 (Legtimes)

1. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 0:35 +0:00
2. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 0:35 +0:00
3. Judith Wyder (3rd) 0:36 +0:01
4. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 0:36 +0:01
5. Lena Eliasson (8th) 0:36 +0:01
6. Catherine Taylor (13th) 0:36 +0:01
7. Ida Bobach (5th) 0:37 +0:02
8. Rahel Friederich (6th) 0:37 +0:02
9. Sarina Jenzer (19th) 0:37 +0:02
10. Alva Olsson (22nd) 0:37 +0:02
11. Julia Gross (7th) 0:38 +0:03
12. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 0:38 +0:03
33. Lina Strand (9th) 0:42 +0:07
Women: 9-10 (Total times)

1. Judith Wyder 7:43 +0:00
2. Maja Moeller Alm 7:48 +0:05
3. Tove Alexandersson 7:48 +0:05
4. Emma Klingenberg 7:56 +0:13
5. Lena Eliasson 7:56 +0:13
6. Ida Bobach 8:04 +0:21
7. Rahel Friederich 8:07 +0:24
8. Lina Strand 8:08 +0:25
9. Sara Luscher 8:11 +0:28
10. Julia Gross 8:12 +0:29
12. Galina Vinogradova 8:15 +0:32
Women: 10-11

Women: 10-11 (Legtimes)

1. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 0:21 +0:00
2. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 0:21 +0:00
3. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 0:21 +0:00
4. Judith Wyder (3rd) 0:22 +0:01
5. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 0:22 +0:01
6. Ida Bobach (5th) 0:22 +0:01
7. Julia Gross (7th) 0:22 +0:01
8. Sabine Hauswirth (12th) 0:22 +0:01
9. Elena Roos (37th) 0:22 +0:01
10. Hollie Orr (17th) 0:22 +0:01
11. Lena Eliasson (8th) 0:23 +0:02
12. Rahel Friederich (6th) 0:23 +0:02
13. Lina Strand (9th) 0:23 +0:02
Women: 10-11 (Total times)

1. Judith Wyder 8:05 +0:00
2. Maja Moeller Alm 8:09 +0:04
3. Tove Alexandersson 8:10 +0:05
4. Emma Klingenberg 8:17 +0:12
5. Lena Eliasson 8:19 +0:14
6. Ida Bobach 8:26 +0:21
7. Rahel Friederich 8:30 +0:25
8. Lina Strand 8:31 +0:26
9. Julia Gross 8:34 +0:29
10. Sara Luscher 8:34 +0:29
11. Galina Vinogradova 8:36 +0:31
Women: 11-12

Women: 11-12 (Legtimes)

1. Judith Wyder (3rd) 0:46 +0:00
2. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 0:46 +0:00
3. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 0:46 +0:00
4. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 0:46 +0:00
5. Rahel Friederich (6th) 0:46 +0:00
6. Lina Strand (9th) 0:47 +0:01
7. Elena Roos (37th) 0:47 +0:01
8. Lea Vercellotti (16th) 0:47 +0:01
9. Stine Bagger Hagner (23rd) 0:47 +0:01
10. Catherine Taylor (13th) 0:48 +0:02
15. Ida Bobach (5th) 0:49 +0:03
16. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 0:49 +0:03
18. Lena Eliasson (8th) 0:50 +0:04
19. Julia Gross (7th) 0:50 +0:04
Women: 11-12 (Total times)

1. Judith Wyder 8:51 +0:00
2. Maja Moeller Alm 8:55 +0:04
3. Tove Alexandersson 8:56 +0:05
4. Emma Klingenberg 9:03 +0:12
5. Lena Eliasson 9:09 +0:18
6. Ida Bobach 9:15 +0:24
7. Rahel Friederich 9:16 +0:25
8. Lina Strand 9:18 +0:27
9. Julia Gross 9:24 +0:33
10. Sara Luscher 9:24 +0:33
11. Galina Vinogradova 9:25 +0:34
Women: 12-13

Women: 12-13 (Legtimes)

1. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 1:15 +0:00
2. Julia Gross (7th) 1:15 +0:00
3. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 1:16 +0:01
4. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 1:16 +0:01
5. Ida Bobach (5th) 1:16 +0:01
6. Judith Wyder (3rd) 1:17 +0:02
7. Rahel Friederich (6th) 1:17 +0:02
8. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 1:20 +0:05
9. Ines Brodmann (15th) 1:20 +0:05
10. Sarina Jenzer (19th) 1:20 +0:05
12. Lena Eliasson (8th) 1:22 +0:07
22. Lina Strand (9th) 1:24 +0:09
Women: 12-13 (Total times)

1. Judith Wyder 10:08 +0:00
2. Maja Moeller Alm 10:11 +0:03
3. Tove Alexandersson 10:12 +0:04
4. Emma Klingenberg 10:18 +0:10
5. Ida Bobach 10:31 +0:23
6. Lena Eliasson 10:31 +0:23
7. Rahel Friederich 10:33 +0:25
8. Julia Gross 10:39 +0:31
9. Lina Strand 10:42 +0:34
10. Galina Vinogradova 10:45 +0:37
Women: 13-14

Women: 13-14 (Legtimes)

1. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 0:37 +0:00
2. Rahel Friederich (6th) 0:37 +0:00
3. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 0:38 +0:01
4. Ursula Kadan (18th) 0:38 +0:01
5. Lina Strand (9th) 0:39 +0:02
6. Sara Luscher (11th) 0:39 +0:02
7. Saila Kinni (29th) 0:39 +0:02
8. Julia Gross (7th) 0:40 +0:03
9. Alva Olsson (22nd) 0:40 +0:03
10. Hollie Orr (17th) 0:41 +0:04
15. Ida Bobach (5th) 0:43 +0:06
16. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 0:43 +0:06
21. Lena Eliasson (8th) 0:44 +0:07
31. Judith Wyder (3rd) 0:47 +0:10
34. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 0:50 +0:13
Women: 13-14 (Total times)

1. Maja Moeller Alm 10:48 +0:00
2. Tove Alexandersson 10:50 +0:02
3. Judith Wyder 10:55 +0:07
4. Emma Klingenberg 11:08 +0:20
5. Rahel Friederich 11:10 +0:22
6. Ida Bobach 11:14 +0:26
7. Lena Eliasson 11:15 +0:27
8. Julia Gross 11:19 +0:31
9. Lina Strand 11:21 +0:33
10. Sara Luscher 11:26 +0:38
11. Galina Vinogradova 11:28 +0:40
Women: 14-15

Women: 14-15 (Legtimes)

1. Rahel Friederich (6th) 0:46 +0:00
2. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 0:47 +0:01
3. Judith Wyder (3rd) 0:47 +0:01
4. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 0:47 +0:01
5. Sarina Jenzer (19th) 0:47 +0:01
6. Lea Vercellotti (16th) 0:47 +0:01
7. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 0:48 +0:02
8. Lena Eliasson (8th) 0:48 +0:02
9. Julia Gross (7th) 0:48 +0:02
10. Lina Strand (9th) 0:48 +0:02
18. Ida Bobach (5th) 0:50 +0:04
19. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 0:50 +0:04
Women: 14-15 (Total times)

1. Maja Moeller Alm 11:36 +0:00
2. Tove Alexandersson 11:37 +0:01
3. Judith Wyder 11:42 +0:06
4. Emma Klingenberg 11:55 +0:19
5. Rahel Friederich 11:56 +0:20
6. Lena Eliasson 12:03 +0:27
7. Ida Bobach 12:04 +0:28
8. Julia Gross 12:07 +0:31
9. Lina Strand 12:09 +0:33
10. Sara Luscher 12:14 +0:38
11. Galina Vinogradova 12:18 +0:42
Women: 15-16

Women: 15-16 (Legtimes)

1. Lena Eliasson (8th) 1:25 +0:00
2. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 1:27 +0:02
3. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 1:27 +0:02
4. Judith Wyder (3rd) 1:28 +0:03
5. Ida Bobach (5th) 1:28 +0:03
6. Alva Olsson (22nd) 1:28 +0:03
7. Lina Strand (9th) 1:30 +0:05
8. Natalia Vinogradova (39th) 1:30 +0:05
9. Josefine Engstrom (20th) 1:30 +0:05
10. Amelie Chataing (24th) 1:30 +0:05
11. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 1:31 +0:06
12. Rahel Friederich (6th) 1:31 +0:06
13. Julia Gross (7th) 1:31 +0:06
29. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 1:39 +0:14
Women: 15-16 (Total times)

1. Maja Moeller Alm 13:03 +0:00
2. Tove Alexandersson 13:04 +0:01
3. Judith Wyder 13:10 +0:07
4. Emma Klingenberg 13:26 +0:23
5. Rahel Friederich 13:27 +0:24
6. Lena Eliasson 13:28 +0:25
7. Ida Bobach 13:32 +0:29
8. Julia Gross 13:38 +0:35
9. Lina Strand 13:39 +0:36
10. Sara Luscher 13:45 +0:42
11. Galina Vinogradova 13:57 +0:54
Women: 16-17

Women: 16-17 (Legtimes)

1. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 0:49 +0:00
2. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 0:49 +0:00
3. Julia Gross (7th) 0:49 +0:00
4. Judith Wyder (3rd) 0:51 +0:02
5. Ida Bobach (5th) 0:51 +0:02
6. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 0:51 +0:02
7. Ines Brodmann (15th) 0:51 +0:02
8. Rahel Friederich (6th) 0:53 +0:04
9. Catherine Taylor (13th) 0:53 +0:04
10. Elena Roos (37th) 0:53 +0:04
14. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 0:54 +0:05
15. Lina Strand (9th) 0:54 +0:05
30. Lena Eliasson (8th) 0:58 +0:09
Women: 16-17 (Total times)

1. Tove Alexandersson 13:53 +0:00
2. Maja Moeller Alm 13:57 +0:04
3. Judith Wyder 14:01 +0:08
4. Emma Klingenberg 14:15 +0:22
5. Rahel Friederich 14:20 +0:27
6. Ida Bobach 14:23 +0:30
7. Lena Eliasson 14:26 +0:33
8. Julia Gross 14:27 +0:34
9. Lina Strand 14:33 +0:40
10. Sara Luscher 14:43 +0:50
11. Galina Vinogradova 14:48 +0:55
Women: 17-18

Women: 17-18 (Legtimes)

1. Tove Alexandersson (1st) 0:17 +0:00
2. Julia Gross (7th) 0:17 +0:00
3. Lina Strand (9th) 0:17 +0:00
4. Natalia Vinogradova (39th) 0:17 +0:00
5. Judith Wyder (3rd) 0:18 +0:01
6. Ida Bobach (5th) 0:18 +0:01
7. Galina Vinogradova (10th) 0:18 +0:01
8. Sabine Hauswirth (12th) 0:18 +0:01
9. Ursula Kadan (18th) 0:18 +0:01
10. Maja Moeller Alm (2nd) 0:19 +0:02
11. Emma Klingenberg (4th) 0:19 +0:02
17. Lena Eliasson (8th) 0:20 +0:03
29. Rahel Friederich (6th) 0:21 +0:04
Women: 17-18 (Total times)

1. Tove Alexandersson 14:10 +0:00
2. Maja Moeller Alm 14:16 +0:06
3. Judith Wyder 14:19 +0:09
4. Emma Klingenberg 14:34 +0:24
5. Ida Bobach 14:41 +0:31
6. Rahel Friederich 14:41 +0:31
7. Julia Gross 14:44 +0:34
8. Lena Eliasson 14:46 +0:36
9. Lina Strand 14:50 +0:40
10. Sara Luscher 15:05 +0:55
11. Galina Vinogradova 15:06 +0:56

World Cup Final Middle 2014: Maps, Analysis and Results

Posted by Jan Kocbach, 05 Oct 2014@18:00

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Daniel Hubmann (Switzerland) showed that he is a worthy winner of the overall World Cup 2014 by taking a clear victory in the World Cup Final’s middle distance race in Switzerland Saturday. Denmark’s Ida Bobach, silver medalist from the World Champs middle in Italy earlier this year, won a tight fight with Switzerland’s Judith Wyder in the women’s class.

While the overall World Cup in the men’s class was decided ahead of this weekend, Tove Alexandersson needed some World Cup points this weekend to take the overall. Although Alexandersson did mistakes already in the start of the race, the Swede finally finished in 7th place and secured the overall World Cup.

Maps
Brief Analysis

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The race was held in “typical continental terrain” – forest with variable runnability and many paths and roads. This is terrain where the Swiss runners are typically very strong – and where Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish runners have more trouble.

There were a few longer route choice legs – especially the leg from 7 to 8 in the men’s class shown above (the women had exactly the same leg). The left choice running down on the road and up again to the control, ran by Olav Lundanes (and some seconds faster by Magne Dæhlie), was around a minute slower than the right alternative taken by Daniel Hubmann and Fabian Hertner.

Below you see a graphical splits analysis of the men’s race. Hubmann was clearly in a separate league in this race – in total losing around a minute to the sum of the best split times. Very impressive when noting that Howald is 1:40 behind in 2nd place – and there is a tight field with 11 runners within one minute from the 2nd place and down. Hubmann does not decide the race in a single leg – but by running a very steady race with few mistakes. The most notable time loss for Hubmann is to the 7th control where Hubmann loses 14 seconds to Fabian Hertner.

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In the women’s class it was a tighter race – and nobody “hit the jackpot”. Even winner Ida Bobach lost more than 3 minutes to the sum of the best split times. The long leg was also more important for the final result in the Top 10 in the women’s class than in the men’s class.

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AutOanalysis Hubmann vs Howald

Below you see an autOanalysis between winner Daniel Hubmann and second placed Florian Howald. As you can see, Hubmann was simply faster in the last 2/3 of the course – there were not major route choice differences (but Howald did a small mistake into control 12).

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AutOanalysis Bobach vs Wyder

Below is an autOanalysis of Ida Bobach and Judith Wyder. Wyder seems to have had higher running speed in the most runnable parts of the course, but Bobach is better in the technical parts (except for her mistake at the 18th control).

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Results

Men

1 Daniel Hubmann SUI 32:49 0:00

2 Florian Howald SUI 34:34 +1:45

3 Soren Bobach DEN 34:45 +1:56

4 Fabian Hertner SUI 34:54 +2:05

5 Oleksandr Kratov UKR 35:01 +2:12

6 Andreas Ruedlinger SUI 35:03 +2:14

7 Anders Holmberg SWE 35:14 +2:25

8 Olav Lundanes NOR 35:23 +2:34

9 Carl Godager Kaas NOR 35:24 +2:35

10 Gernot Kerschbaumer AUT 35:27 +2:38

11 Andreas Kyburz SUI 35:29 +2:40

12 Jan Petrzela CZE 35:30 +2:41

13 Lucas Basset FRA 35:41 +2:52

14 Jan Prochazka CZE 35:46 +2:57

15 Milos Nykodym CZE 35:48 +2:59

Women

1 Ida Bobach DEN 34:54 0:00
2 Judith Wyder SUI 35:03 +0:09
3 Emma Klingenberg DEN 36:25 +1:31
4 Sabine Hauswirth SUI 36:39 +1:45
5 Sara Luscher SUI 36:59 +2:05
6 Julia Gross SUI 37:19 +2:25
7 Tove Alexandersson SWE 37:27 +2:33
8 Lina Strand SWE 37:37 +2:43
9 Saila Kinni FIN 37:44 +2:50
10 Sarina Jenzer SUI 37:47 +2:53
11 Maja Moeller Alm DEN 37:53 +2:59
12 Natalia Vinogradova RUS 38:25 +3:31
13 Josefine Engstrom SWE 38:37 +3:43
14 Rahel Friederich SUI 38:45 +3:51
14 Sanni Kivela FIN 38:45 +3:51

1 Ida Bobach DEN 34:54 0:00

2 Judith Wyder SUI 35:03 +0:09

3 Emma Klingenberg DEN 36:25 +1:31

4 Sabine Hauswirth SUI 36:39 +1:45

5 Sara Luscher SUI 36:59 +2:05

6 Julia Gross SUI 37:19 +2:25

7 Tove Alexandersson SWE 37:27 +2:33

8 Lina Strand SWE 37:37 +2:43

9 Saila Kinni FIN 37:44 +2:50

10 Sarina Jenzer SUI 37:47 +2:53

11 Maja Moeller Alm DEN 37:53 +2:59

12 Natalia Vinogradova RUS 38:25 +3:31

13 Josefine Engstrom SWE 38:37 +3:43

14 Rahel Friederich SUI 38:45 +3:51

14 Sanni Kivela FIN 38:45 +3:51

JEC 2014: All You Need to Know!

Posted by Jan Kocbach, 03 Oct 2014@8:00

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[Sprint Friday Oct 3rd 17:30 CET, Long Saturday Oct 4th 10:30 CET, Relay Sunday Oct 5th 10:30 CET] The Junior European Cup (JEC) is in 2014 organized in Lommel, Belgium from October 3rd to October 5th.

The organizers promize “live broadcast from the field” (probably speaker sound ) – this article will be updated when more detailed information is available.

Update: I reached out to the organizers, and they replied that they unfortunately will only be providing live results from the finish through the Helga-o webpage - no speaker sound.

Update 2: Speaker sound will be provided from here (Thanks to the organizers for making a quick turnaround!).

The webpage “de Laatste Post” has provided an excellent “JEC 2014 All You Need to Know”-article – and therefore all the information will not be repeated here. Rather you are advised to read the article.

The JEC long distance will be organized in the same area as the JWOC short distance in 1997 – a race won by Jörgen Rostrup and Hanna Heiskanen. The interview “Rostrup and Heiskanen: golden memories about JWOC 1997” is well worth a read.

Useful links

World Cup Final 2014: All You Need to Know!

Posted by Jan Kocbach, 03 Oct 2014@5:00

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[Sprint Relay Friday 15:00 CET / Middle Saturday 12:30 CET / Sprint Sunday 13:31 CET] The World Cup 2014 will be decided in Switzerland this weekend – starting with a mixed sprint relay on Friday as part of the unofficial sprint relay World Cup, continuing with a middle distance on Saturday and finishing with a city sprint on Sunday finalizing the individual World Cup.

The winner of the individual World Cup in the men’s class is already decided. Swiss Daniel Hubmann has a lead of more than 350 points to Olav Lundanes (Norway) and nobody can even theoretically beat the Swiss star on home ground. There is a tight fight for second between Lundanes, the Ukraine Oleksandr Kratov and the Swiss runners Matthias Kyburz and Fabian Hertner.

In the women’s class Tove Alexandersson is nearly as dominant as Hubmann, but with a lead of 269 points to Swiss Judith Wyder and 300 World Cup points as a maximum score in the two remaining World Cup races Wyder has a small theoretical chance of taking the overall World Cup from the Swede. Lena Eliasson (Sweden) and Helena Jansson (Sweden, not starting this weekend) are next on the list, but must do very good races to beat Wyder in the overall . See the full World Cup standings ahead of the weekend’s races further down on the page.

In the unofficial sprint relay World Cup Denmark is the current leader with a 30 point lead over Sweden and a 50 point lead ahead of Switzerland. Although Denmark is the favourite with Klingenberg, Lassen, Bobach and Alm in the team, this may be a close fight! Sweden starts with Olsson, Bergman, Leandersson and Eliasson whereas Switzerland has Friedrich, M Hubmann, M Kyburz and Gross in the first team.

Live coverage
Useful links

Program Friday (Mixed sprint relay, unofficial):

- First Start approx. 12.00
- Last Start women 14.00
- Last Start men 14.30

- Start 15.00 CET
- Finish approx 16.00 CET

Course and start information:

  • The terrain is mostly flat with some undulating hills. Mix between park with small forest parts, botanical garden, playgrounds and a residential part. Should give fairly good GPS tracking.
  • Leg 1 and 4 (women): 3.6 km, 40 meter climb, 25 controls
  • Leg 2 and 3 (men): 4.3 km, 50 meter climb, 28 controls
  • Start list

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Program Saturday (Middle distance):

- First Start approx. 12.00
- Last Start women 14.00
- Last Start men 14.30

- First Start approx. 12.30 CET
- Last Start women 14.30 CET
- Last Start men 15.00 CET
- Race decided: Women 15:05 CET, men 15:35 CET

Course and start information:

  • Women 5.8 km, 160 m , 21 controls, winning time 35’
  • Men 6.6 km, 210 m , 23 controls, winning time 35’

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Program Sunday (Sprint distance):

- First Start women 13.31 – Last start women 14.24 – Race decided 14.39
- First Start men 14.35 - Last Start men 15.14 – Race decided 15.29

Course and start information:

  • Women 3.5 km, 45 m , 18 controls, winning time 14 min,
  • Men 4.3 km, 60 m , 21 controls, winning time 15 min,

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Overall World Cup: Results

See full overall World Cup results (individual) here.  Below the overall World Cup before the World Cup final weekend is shown.

In the unofficial sprint relay World Cup Denmark is the current leader with a 30 point lead over Sweden and a 50 point lead ahead of Switzerland (full results). Below the top teams are listed.

Mixed sprint relay

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Men

Rank Points Name Fed
1 758 Daniel  Hubmann SUI
2 403 Olav  Lundanes NOR
3 369 Fabian  Hertner SUI
4 362 Oleksandr  Kratov UKR
5 334 Matthias  Kyburz SUI
6 287 Jonas  Leandersson SWE
7 242 Gustav  Bergman SWE
8 231 Baptiste  Rollier SUI
9 208 Pasi  Ikonen FIN
10 203 Filip  Dahlgren SWE
11 193 Jerker  Lysell SWE
12 188 Timo  Sild EST
13 180 Magne  Daehli NOR
14 169 William  Lind SWE
15 161 Soren  Bobach DEN

Women

Rank Points Name Fed
1 789 Tove  Alexandersson SWE
2 520 Judith  Wyder SUI
3 398 Lena  Eliasson SWE
4 392 Helena  Jansson SWE
5 378 Nadiya  Volynska UKR
6 316 Maja  Moeller Alm DEN
7 263 Anastasiya  Tikhonova RUS
8 259 Ida  Bobach DEN
9 254 Julia  Gross SUI
10 236 Svetlana  Mironova RUS
11 223 Mari  Fasting NOR
12 220 Lilian  Forsgren SWE
13 218 Venla  Niemi FIN
14 209 Amelie  Chataing FRA
15 203 Sara  Luscher SUI

WUOC Sprint Relay: Gold for Switzerland!

Posted by Jan Kocbach, 12 Aug 2014@18:00

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Switzerland won the World University Orienteering Championships (WUOC) after strong races by Sarina Jenzer, Martin Hubmann, Julia Gross and Matthias Kyburz. Reigning World Champion in mixed sprint relay Switzerland was the big favourite ahead of the race – and managed to take the victory ahead of Sweden and Czech Republic.

Martin Hubmann basically decided the relay for Switzerland on the second leg

Switzerland was in the lead already after the first leg – Sarina Jenzer coming back three seconds ahead of Sweden’s Lina Strand. Martin Hubmann basically decided the relay for Switzerland on the second leg – increased the lead down to Sweden’s Johan Högstrand to 1:21. After 2 legs there were five teams within 30 seconds of Sweden – Russia, France, Czech Republic, Finland and Norway.

Tight fight for silver and bronze

While Julia Gross could run alone in the lead for Switzerland at the third leg, there was a tight fight for the remaining medals. Towards the end of the third leg Sweden’s Karolin Ohlsson managed to get away from the others, coming back 1:03 behind Switzerland with a gap of more than 30 seconds to Norway’s Kine Hallan Steiwer in third. Czech Republic and France were still in the fight for bronze – only a few seconds behind Norway.

Vojtech Kral stronger

On the last leg Switzerland’s Matthias Kyburz and Sweden’s Albin Ridefeldt ran safe races and secured gold and silver for Switzerland and Sweden respectively. Czech Republic’s Vojtech Kral proved stronger than Norway’s Gaute Hallan Steiwer and France’s Frederic Tranchand and secured bronze for the organizing country.

Results

1. SUI Switzerland 55.27

SUI9154 Jenzer Sarina 14.51 ( 1)

SUI8903 Hubmann Martin 12.16 ( 1) 27.07 ( 1)

SUI9153 Gross Julia 15.41 ( 4) 42.48 ( 1)

SUI9006 Kyburz Matthias 12.39 ( 1) 55.27 ( 1)

2. SWE Sweden 56.37 + 1.10

SWE8856 Strand Lina 14.54 ( 2)

SWE9202 Högstrand Johan 13.34 ( 9) 28.28 ( 2)

SWE9154 Ohlsson Karolin 15.23 ( 1) 43.51 ( 2)

SWE9104 Ridefelt Albin 12.46 ( 5) 56.37 ( 2)

3. CZE Czech Republic 57.14 + 1.47

CZE9351 Horčičková Vendula 15.44 ( 7)

CZE9005 Nykodým Miloš 13.11 ( 6) 28.55 ( 5)

CZE8656 Šístková Iveta 15.36 ( 3) 44.31 ( 4)

CZE8804 Král Vojtěch 12.43 ( 3) 57.14 ( 3)

4. FRA France 57.25 + 1.58

FRA9351 Basset Isia 15.49 ( 8)

FRA9101 Basset Lucas 13.02 ( 5) 28.51 ( 4)

FRA8955 Vercellotti Lea 15.41 ( 4) 44.32 ( 5)

FRA8805 Tranchand Frederic 12.53 ( 6) 57.25 ( 4)

5. NOR Norway 57.43 + 2.16

NOR8755 Johanssen Emma Mathilda 16.12 (12)

NOR8801 Ekeberg Bjorn 12.45 ( 2) 28.57 ( 6)

NOR8853 Steiwer Kine Hallan 15.32 ( 2) 44.29 ( 3)

NOR9002 Steiwer Gaute Hallan 13.14 ( 8) 57.43 ( 5)

6. RUS Russia 58.56 + 3.29

RUS9156 Voitova Aleksandra 15.20 ( 4)

RUS9501 Dobrynin Sergey 13.29 ( 8) 28.49 ( 3)

RUS9155 Potapenko Anastasiia 17.08 (10) 45.57 ( 6)

RUS9205 Tikhonov Gleb 12.59 ( 7) 58.56 ( 6)

Photo: WUOC 2014 organizers.

WUOC 2014: All You Need to Know!

Posted by Jan Kocbach, 12 Aug 2014@5:00

wuoc2014[Update: Live Results Link] The World University Orienteering Championships starts with a mixed sprint relay in Olomouc Tuesday August 12th at 15:30 CET. With 5 races in 5 days – including a tough long distance race at day 2 – this will be a tough 5-day week for the athletes.

LIVE Results/splits: Live results from Racom (only live services)

There are strong start fields in WUOC this year – the biggest star at the start is Swiss World Champion and overall World Cup winner Matthias Kyburz – but Kyburz will get a tough fight from several WOC and WOC medalists. Main favourites are the rest of the Swiss team, a strong Czech team on home ground as well as strong Swedish, French, Norwegian, Finnish and British teams.

The biggest stars in the women’s class are probably the Swiss women – with EOC relay winner and EOC sprint bronze medalist Julia Gross as one of the strongest. But also in the women’s class there are several EOC and WOC medalists – and many athletes with Top10 results from WOC and EOC.

WUOC takes place every two years and is where the best student athletes from around the world come to battle it out. WUOC was first held in 1978 in Finland and is a FISU event.

Program
  • Tuesday August 12th: Mixed sprint relay – 15:30 CET
  • Wednesday August 13th: Long – 09:00 CET
  • Thursday August 14th: Sprint – 15:30 CET
  • Friday August 15th: Middle – 10:00 CET
  • Saturday August 16th: Relay – 10:00 CET
Useful links
Terrain

Specifically I had heard that the Czech like to put controls hidden in the dark green areas on say a small yellow clearing or white spot

The terrain is typical continental/Czech terrain – with the long distance terrain more hilly with route choice options whereas the relay/middle terrain is flatter with more room for direction changes and typical middle distance character courses. See some old maps from the competition area for long/middle below in the description of each race – and old maps from all disciplines here.

Expect some tricky control points. As Alison Campbell put is so nicely: – Specifically I had heard that the Czech like to put controls hidden in the dark green areas on say a small yellow clearing or white spot.

Lilian Forsgren describes the terrains for the forest races as follows:
The long-distance will probably be a really demanding experience since it’s really steep hills with deep valleys in-between. I hope for some challenging route choices along the course on wednesday. The middle and relay will then be held in the same area, really flat terrain with quite a lot green areas what it seems. We were out on one of the training areas relevant for this terrain yesterday, and I hope that it can’t be worse than that, because it was a lot of green areas and thorn bushes. But anyhow it will be demanding orienteering in this type of terrain as well, with very few details to navigate from.

Mixed sprint relay

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Long

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Old map WUOC long
Old map WUOC long (part of terrain)

WUOC Long training map
WUOC Long training map – from here

Sprint

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Middle

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Old map WUOC middle/relay
Old map WUOC middle/relay

Relay

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JWOC 2014: Maps, Results and Medal Overview

Posted by Jan Kocbach, 28 Jul 2014@5:00

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[Including full medal overview] 5 nations won gold medals at JWOC 2014 – Sweden, Norway, Finland, Switzerland and New Zealand – Sweden dominating the championships with 5 gold medals and 4 further medals. Another four nations won medals – Czech Republic, Italy, Poland and Denmark.

The men’s individual races were won by runners from three different nation

Sweden showed again that they have very strong junior orienteers – capable of performing on top level in very different terrain and in all disciplines. The most dominant athlete of the Junior World Championships in Bulgaria in 2014 was Swedish Sara Hagström with medals in all disciplines – of these all were gold except for the long distance which Hagström lost with 3 seconds to Gunvor Hov Høydal (Norway).

The men’s individual races were won by runners from three different nations; New Zealand (Tim Robertson, sprint), Finland (Miika Kirmula, middle) and Sweden (Anton Johansson, long). Sweden won the relay just as for the women.

See the complete medal overview below – and top 10 results for each discipline below the medal overview. Links to full results are included at the bottom of the article.

Terrain and courses

The terrain chosen for JWOC 2014 was very varied – and each well suited for the discipline (the exception might have been the sprint which was on the easy side). The long distance offered some very interesting route choice legs – along with some other technical challenges for the athletes. The middle distance was very technical in a terrain dominated by many contour details. The relay was easier technical – well suited for a relay. Maps for each discipline are included below in the discipline-wise results/maps overviews.

Medal overview
  • Sweden: 5 gold (Sara Hagström sprint & middle, Anton Johansson long, relay men & women), 2 silver (Assar Hellström long, Sara Hagström long), 2 bronze (Anton Johansson sprint, Andrea Svensson middle)
  • Norway: 1 gold (Gunvor Hov Høydal long), 2 silver (Heidi Mårtensson sprint, relay women)
  • Finland: 1 gold (Miika Kirmula middle), 2 bronze (Emmi Jokela long, Olli Ojanaho middle)
  • Switzerland: 1 gold (Sina Tommer middle), 2 bronze (relay men & women)
  • New Zealand: 1 gold (Tim Robertson sprint)
  • Czech Republic: 1 silver (relay men), 1 bronze (Marek Minar long)
  • Italy: 1 silver (Riccardo Scalet middle)
  • Poland: 1 silver (Piotr Parfianowicz sprint)
  • Denmark: 1 bronze (Miri Thrane Ødum sprint)
Sprint

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This shows how important the mental part of the equation is in a JWOC race

Although the JWOC sprint can be said to be one of the most open races in the Junior World Orienteering Championships – with all JWOC participants competing in one race without qualification race – all medalists in JWOC 2014 sprint were medalists from JWOC races in earlier years. This shows how important the mental part of the equation is in a JWOC race.

The men’s title was taken by Tim Robertson, New Zealand, bronze medallist in the corresponding race last year, and the women’s went to Sara Hagström, Sweden who beat last year’s champion Heidi Mårtensson (Norway) by 5 seconds. All three women’s medallists are previous medal-winners at JWOC; Sara Hagström took silver in last year’s Long race whilst bronze medallist in this race, Miri Thrane Ødum, Denmark was Middle distance champion last year. Sweden finished with three runners in the top six in the results. In the men’s race Tim Robertson was victorious by 6 seconds, with Piotr Parfianowicz, Poland, Long Distance champion at JWOC last year, in second place. Third was yet another name already well-known in JWOC circles: Anton Johansson, Sweden who was silver medallist in last year’s Middle race. [Read full story at orienteering.org]

Results men

1 142 Tim Robertson New Zealand 14:41 0:00

2 132 Piotr Parfianowicz Poland 14:47 +0:06

3 113 Anton Johansson Sweden 14:51 +0:10

4 13 Tristan Bloemen Belgium 14:53 +0:12

4 56 Aleksi Niemi Finland 14:53 +0:12

6 140 Miika Kirmula Finland 14:54 +0:13

7 47 Jonas Egger Switzerland 15:09 +0:28

8 19 Olli Ojanaho Finland 15:11 +0:30

8 158 Assar Hellstrom Sweden 15:11 +0:30

10 75 Algirdas Bartkevicius Lithuania 15:12 +0:31

Results women

1 271 Sara Hagstrom Sweden 13:15 0:00

2 245 Heidi Mårtensson Norway 13:20 +0:05

3 262 Miri Thrane Ødum Denmark 13:32 +0:17

4 325 Frida Sandberg Sweden 13:38 +0:23

5 299 Tilda Johansson Sweden 13:47 +0:32

6 304 Nicoline Friberg Klysner Denmark 13:48 +0:33

6 272 Runa Fremstad Norway 13:48 +0:33

8 246 Malin Leandersson Sweden 13:54 +0:39

9 257 Sandrine Mueller Switzerland 13:55 +0:40

10 296 Eliska Kulhavá Czech Republic 13:59 +0:44

Long

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The long distance was a big success for Sweden – winning 3 of 6 medals including Anton Johansson’s gold medal in the men’s class. Norway won their only gold medal at this year’s JWOC in the women’s class with Gunvor Hov Høydal. Czech Republic took a popular bronze medal with Marek Minar.

Interesting fact: The winning time on the women’s course was 13 minutes longer than the course planner’s estimate while the fastest men completed their course 5 minutes quicker than estimated.

[Read full story at orienteering.org]

Results men

1 117 Anton Johansson Sweden 1:15:17 0:00

2 120 Assar Hellstrom Sweden 1:16:18 +1:01

3 159 Marek Minár Czech Republic 1:18:45 +3:28

4 158 Ivan Kuchmenko Russia 1:19:36 +4:19

5 113 Olli Ojanaho Finland 1:19:39 +4:22

6 56 Miika Kirmula Finland 1:19:58 +4:41

7 154 Thor Nørskov Denmark 1:20:21 +5:04

8 109 Borger Melsom Norway 1:21:31 +6:14

9 152 Moritz Doellgast Germany 1:22:32 +7:15

10 157 Riccardo Scalet Italy 1:22:49 +7:32

Results women

1 281 Gunvor Hov Høydal Norway 1:08:15 0:00

2 298 Sara Hagstrom Sweden 1:08:18 +0:03

3 267 Emmi Jokela Finland 1:09:15 +1:00

4 269 Anna Haataja Finland 1:11:45 +3:30

5 299 Mathilde Rundhaug Norway 1:11:58 +3:43

6 302 Paula Gross Switzerland 1:13:15 +5:00

7 215 Sina Tommer Switzerland 1:13:31 +5:16

8 280 Sandrine Mueller Switzerland 1:14:26 +6:11

9 311 Frida Sandberg Sweden 1:15:30 +7:15

10 209 Heidi Mårtensson Norway 1:15:55 +7:40

Middle

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The middle distance race was the technically most challenging race in this year’s JWOC – held in terrain with many contour details. In the women’s class the gold medal was shared between the Queen of JWOC Swedish Sara Hagström and Swiss Sina Tommer. Swedish Andera Svensson finished third. The men’s class was won by Finnish Miika Kirmula with Italian Riccardo Scalet in second and Finnish Olli Ojanaho in third. In addition to the silver medal for Italy, three nations were particularly pleased to have achieved podium placings: Great Britain in the women’s race (Zoe Harding) and Austria and New Zealand in the men’s (Xander Berger and Nick Hann). [Read the full story at orienteering.org]

Results men

1 59 Miika Kirmula Finland 28:58 0:00

2 24 Riccardo Scalet Italy 30:19 +1:21

3 53 Olli Ojanaho Finland 30:29 +1:31

4 47 Xander Berger Austria 30:44 +1:46

5 43 Nick Hann New Zealand 30:47 +1:49

6 51 Jonas Egger Switzerland 30:50 +1:52

7 6 Konstantin Serebryanitsk Russia 31:33 +2:35

8 25 Rudolfs Zernis Latvia 31:36 +2:38

9 31 Dmitry Naumov Russia 32:02 +3:04

10 3 Nicolas Rio France 32:12 +3:14

Results women

1 206 Sina Tommer Switzerland 28:43 0:00

1 258 Sara Hagstrom Sweden 28:43 0:00

3 256 Andrea Svensson Sweden 29:56 +1:13

4 254 Tilda Johansson Sweden 30:01 +1:18

5 248 Gunvor Hov Høydal Norway 30:13 +1:30

6 250 Zoe Harding Great Britain 30:53 +2:10

7 255 Emmi Jokela Finland 31:58 +3:15

8 243 Miri Thrane Ødum Denmark 32:28 +3:45

9 241 Jannina Gustafsson Finland 32:33 +3:50

9 245 Sandrine Mueller Switzerland 32:33 +3:50

Relay

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The fight for gold in the women’s relay was a tight fight between Norway and Sweden which Sweden’s JWOC Queen Sara Hagström decided with 10 seconds. The gap down to Switzerland (actually the 2nd team) was around 6 minutes. In the men’s class several team were in the fight for gold – but in the end Sweden’s long distance gold medalist decided the race against Czech Republic’s long distance bronze medalist with 10 seconds. Switzerland was only 3 seconds behind in third spot. [Read the full story at orienteering.org]

Results men

1  Sweden 1 1:36:30

Assar Hellstrom 33:21

Simon Hector 31:04

Anton Johansson 32:05

2  Czech Republic 1 1:36:40

Ondrej Semík 33:24

Jonás Hubácek 31:06

Marek Minár 32:10

3  Switzerland 1 1:36:43

Jonas Egger 33:28

Tobia Pezzati 31:02

Sven Hellmueller 32:13

4  France 1 1:38:30

Arnaud Perrin 33:19

Loïc Marty 33:40

Nicolas Rio 31:31

5  Latvia 1 1:38:42

Mikus Purins 33:32

Alvis Reinsons 33:30

Rudolfs Zernis 31:40

—  Switzerland 2 1:38:59

Remo Ruch 32:58

Simon Wenger 33:12

Patrick Zbinden 32:49

6  New Zeland 1 1:39:05

Tim Robertson 33:02

Shamus Morrison 33:09

Nick Hann 32:54

Results women

1 Sweden 1 1:38:18

Tilda Johansson 33:31

Frida Sandberg 31:34

Sara Hagstrom 33:13

2  Norway 1 1:38:27

Heidi Mårtensson 32:43

Gunvor Hov Høydal 32:42

Mathilde Rundhaug 33:02

3  Switzerland 2 1:44:24

Paula Gross 35:46

Sina Tommer 34:53

Lisa Schubnell 33:45

— Switzerland 1 1:44:38

Ellen Reinhard 35:36

Lisa Holer 33:51

Sandrine Mueller 35:11

4  Ukraine 1 1:44:53

Daria Moskalenko 33:41

Olena Postelniak 34:11

Mariya Polishchuk 37:01

5  Finland 1 1:45:03

Jannina Gustafsson 33:39

Emmi Jokela 35:15

Annaq Haataja 36:09

6  France 1 1:46:08

Delphine Poirot 34:17

Chloé Haberkorn 34:54

Lauriane Beauvisage 36:57

See also:

Summer Orienteering 2014 Part 1: Maps & Reports

Posted by Jan Kocbach, 22 Jul 2014@5:00

O-Ringen, Swiss O-Week, FIN 5, Croatia Open, Cerkno Cup, Grand Prix Slovakia, Wavel Cup, Sørlandsgaloppen and the Italian 5 Days races are just some of the many orienteering races which have been organized or are ongoing this summer. These summer orienteering races are the highlights of all of the season for many – combining holidays with exceptional orienteering experiences.

Here we take a brief look at some of the races which have been organized so far this summer – including  some of the ongoing races. Some of the upcoming races in the next month not mentioned in this first part of the Summer Orienteering reports (as fortunately(!) no maps/courses are yet published): Bubo Cup in Slovenia, Slovak Karst Cup in Slovakia, Grand Prix Silesia in Czech Republic, OOCup in Slovenia, Classic O-Challenge in Switzerland, Canadian and Western Champs in Canada, Fjord-o 2014 in NorwayLakes 5 Days in Great Britain, Uslar 5 Day orienteering in Germany, Spanish 5 Days O5dias in Spain, the 3 days of Flandern in Belgium, Grand Prix Polonia in Poland and the WUOC Tour in Czech Republic.

Note! Some races are surely missing in this brief overview – please add links to maps and results and some details about the race in the comments if you know about other interesting summer orienteering races not mentioned here! Focus in this article has been on events present in cal.worldofo.com. Please make sure YOUR event is in cal.worldofo.com!

Swiss O-Week (Switzerland) – ongoing

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Swiss O-Week is the most spectacular of the large summer orienteering races this year- organized in the area around Zermatt until July 26th – the second stage was organized on Monday July 21st. The Swiss O-Week sets a new record this year with nearly 5.000 participants. Above part of the elite course from stage 2 is shown.

Many top runners participate in the elite classes in the Swiss O-Week. In the sprint the first day the field was led by the Swiss WOC team with Daniel Hubmann and Judith Wyder winning the sprint in Zermatt. On the second stage in the high mountains the men’s elite class was won by Baptiste Rollier ahead of Matthias Kyburz and Marc Lauenstein. Simone Niggli won the women’s elite by a hair’s breadth. She was just 6 seconds in front of Sara Lüscher with Norwegian Mari Fasting 2:10 behind.

Some relevant links:

  • Day 2 in 3DRerun (compare Daniel Hubmann with Baptiste Rollier, Martin Hubmann and others)sowday2
O-Ringen (Sweden) – ongoing

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O-Ringen in Skåne in southern Sweden is the largest of the summer events with nearly 20.000 participants. O-Ringen has its 50 year anniversary this year and offers the best elite start fields of the summer orienteering races and “real” prize money for the winners.

The main elite classes were won by Jonas Leandersson and Maja Alm the first day – a sprint race. The first real forest race – a tough long distance race was won by Thierry Gueorgiou in more than 90 minutes and Tove Alexandersson in nearly 80 minutes – Alexandersson winning with nearly 6 minutes ahead of Annika Billstam. Ida Bobach and Maja Alm followed on the next places – with World Champion on the long distance from Italy this year Svetlana Mironova in 6th place. In the men’s class Jonas Leandersson finished second with Olav Lundanes and Tue Lassen on the next places.

FIN5 (Finland) – earlier in July

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FIN 5 is the largest Finnish summer event with more than 6.000 participants this year. It was organized earlier in July in northern Finland. The terrain was great – from fast to very detailed. Many of the top Finnish runners run the FIN5 – although the overlap with the World Championships in Italy made the start field significantly weaker. The men’s elite class was won by Tero Föhr – the women’s by Yvonne Gunnell.

Croatia Open (Croatia) – ongoing

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Croatia Open traditionally offers a good mix of orienteering and holidays: From navigation in some of the toughest karst terrain in the highland of Croatia to a combination of swimming and sprint orienteering on the Islands of Croatia.  This year the event is a bit smaller than last year with around 600 competitors.

In the first stage the men’s elite class was won by Christian Wartbichl ahead of Jarno Parkkinen. The women’s elite class was won by Marttiina Joensuu ahead of Mariana Moreira.

Cerkno Cup (Slovenia)

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Cerkno Cup is a quite small summer orienteering race in Slovenia – with around 300 competitors in 2014. The terrains in 2014 were very interesting karst terrain – and this was one of the few smaller summer orienteering races which included a World Ranking Event.

The World Ranking event was won by Yury Masnyy ahaed of Olle Kärner – the women’s was won by Adéla Jakobová ahead of Adela Flasker.

Italy 5 days (Italy; WOC spectator races)

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For all following the World Orienteering Championships in Italy the maps from the 5 Days of Italy is nothing new. Many of the maps were the same used during the championships – others had been used as training maps for the WOC competitors. Note that some of the courses for the 5 Days races seem to actually have been more tricky than the actual WOC courses on the same maps – above is the last part of the M16 course of the last day. Even Gueorgiou, Berman and Lundanes would have had something to work on here …

The overall victory in the elite classes went to Matthias Merz and Elin Skantze.

Grand Prix Slovakia (Slovakia)

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Grand Prix Slovakia is a nice, small 3 Day event organized in Slovakia. The courses were varied in interesting terrain – see the elite course from the first day above. The elite classes were won by Tristian Bloemen and Lucie Krafkova.

Wavel Cup (Poland)

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JWOC 2014: All You Need to Know!

Posted by Jan Kocbach, 21 Jul 2014@5:00

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The Junior World Orienteering Championships in Bulgaria starts Tuesday with Sprint and continues with Long distance on Wednesday. After a rest day the championships continues with Middle distance qualification on Friday, Middle final on Saturday and Relay on Sunday.

Read on to find all important details about the championships. If some details are missing, please add a comment below to help the readers of World of O.

Program
  • Tuesday July 22nd 09:00 CET: Sprint
  • Wednesday July 23rd 08:00 CET: Long Distance
  • Friday July 25th 09:00 CET: Middle Distance Qualification
  • Saturday July 26th 09:00 CET: Middle Distance Final
  • Sunday July 27th 09:00 CET: Relay

The Event Centre is the tourist resort of Borovets, close to Bulgaria’s capital Sofia. The Sprint will take place in the center of the town Samokov with a combination of park and urban terrain.

The forest competitions will be held in varied continental type forest terrain; the Long distance in pine forest terrain between 1300 and 1750 meters above sea level, the Middle distance races in hilly mixed forest with many areas of small contour detail at a height of 900-1000 meters, and the Relay lower down, in moderately hilly pine forest. As always at JWOC, all runners from each nation are allowed to start in sprint and long distance (no qualification) and in the middle qualification. The 20 best from each heat qualify for the middle final. Each nation may have up to two relay teams, but only the best counts in the final results.

See the old maps for long and middle at the bottom of this article.

Useful links

Some useful links to get all the information you need about JWOC 2014:

How to follow the races

There will be GPS-tracking for all races except the middle qualification. For each race 40 men and 40 women will have GPS tracking, except in the relay where it will only the 3rd leg male runners. Expect also live results from all races.

The  best way to follow the races:

There will be no regular updates on World of O from the JWOC races, but I will try to get some updates at irregular intervals. See the details about all the races below the embedded Tweets.


Sprint

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Long

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There will be 2 minute start interval. Old map:
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Middle

The 20 best in each heat qualify for the A-final. Details for middle qualification:

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Details for middle final:

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Old map for middle distance:
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Relay

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WOC Relay: Gold for Switzerland and Sweden

Posted by Jan Kocbach, 12 Jul 2014@18:10

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Switzerland and Sweden won two very exciting relays at the World Orienteering Championships in Asiago, Italy today. The tricky terrain made for changes in the relay all the way through the race – and especially the women’s race had a lot of changes throughout the last leg.

You can relive the excitement here:


Results men

1 Sweden SWE 16:10:46 86:13 (3) 92:51 (1) 98:43 (1) 106:08 (1) 115:53 (1) 116:49 (1) +00:00
2 Switzerland SUI 16:09:58 86:11 (2) 93:06 (3) 99:29 (3) 107:05 (3) 117:16 (2) 117:58 (2) +01:09
3 France FRA 16:10:48 86:07 (1) 92:54 (2) 99:26 (2) 107:04 (2) 117:18 (3) 118:03 (3) +01:14
4 Norway NOR 16:13:32 90:45 (4) 98:22 (5) 104:34 (4) 112:44 (4) 123:08 (4) 123:48 (4) +06:59
5 Finland FIN 16:12:46 90:54 (6) 97:59 (4) 104:59 (5) 112:48 (6) 123:08 (5) 123:49 (5) +07:00
6 Czech Republic CZE 16:15:45 92:28 (11) 99:23 (9) 105:01 (6) 112:46 (5) 123:44 (6) 124:35 (6) +07:46
7 Great Britain GBR 16:15:32 92:02 (7) 98:57 (8) 105:33 (8) 113:16 (7) 124:26 (7) 125:08 (7) +08:19
8 Austria AUT 16:15:35 92:08 (9) 99:26 (10) 105:15 (7) 113:22 (8) 124:27 (8) 125:08 (8) +08:19
9 Estonia EST 16:15:30 92:03 (8) 98:53 (7) 105:59 (9) 114:59 (9) 126:06 (9) 126:54 (9) +10:05
10 Denmark DEN 16:13:53 90:53 (5) 98:38 (6) 106:05 (10) 115:05 (10) 127:12 (10) 128:00 (10) +11:11

Results women

1 Switzerland SUI 14:13:47 86:04 (1) 90:20 (3) 98:04 (1) 110:37 (1) 111:21 (1) +00:00
2 Denmark DEN 14:11:41 86:23 (2) 89:20 (1) 98:11 (3) 110:40 (2) 111:32 (2) +00:11
3 Sweden SWE 14:11:31 87:22 (3) 89:53 (2) 98:06 (2) 113:01 (3) 113:56 (3) +02:35
4 Norway NOR 14:16:26 91:36 (4) 94:53 (4) 102:59 (4) 114:53 (4) 115:45 (4) +04:24
5 Finland FIN 14:19:30 92:06 (5) 95:09 (5) 104:47 (5) 118:04 (5) 119:03 (5) +07:42
6 Great Britain GBR 14:22:29 98:20 (8) 102:35 (8) 110:45 (6) 125:37 (6) 126:31 (6) +15:10
7 Lithuania LTU 14:24:56 100:08 (10) 103:18 (10) 112:10 (9) 126:13 (7) 127:04 (7) +15:43
8 Ukraine UKR 14:19:38 96:21 (7) 100:36 (7) 111:24 (8) 127:46 (8) 128:32 (8) +17:11
9 Czech Republic CZE 14:24:10 99:58 (9) 103:16 (9) 113:22 (10) 127:47 (9) 128:34 (9) +17:13
10 France FRA 14:28:38 103:13 (11) 106:40 (11) 116:37 (11) 129:49 (10) 130:42 (10) +19:21

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