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WOC Long Qual: Map and Results

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Graham Gristwood, Baptiste Rollier, Thierry Gueorgiou, Minna Kauppi, Simone Niggli and Marianne Andersen won the six qualification heats in todays Long Qualification. All the top names got through to the finals – but some of the outsiders like Carl Waaler Kaas (old injury got worse during the race) did not manage to be among the top 15 who went to the final.

Most impressive today: Thierry Gueorgiou who says he really wants to win a WOC Gold medal over the Long distance – and today shot a small warning shot with his 58;01 in Heat C.

Map

Below you find maps for men (all three heats in one map) and women (also all heats in one map). A long leg met the runners already to the first control – and also some interesting routechoices in the rest of the course.

Results

This article will be updated with official results.

Men A (10.4 km, 420 m, 21 Controls):
1 Graham Gristwood GBR 60:05 1313
2 Matthias Merz SUI 60:19 1308
3 Daniel Hubmann SUI 60:36 1302
4 Andrey Khramov RUS 60:52 1296
5 Ionut Zinca ROU 61:10 1290
6 Philippe Adamski FRA 61:37 1280
7 Emil Wingstedt SWE 61:51 1276
8 Simonas Krėpšta LTU 62:01 1272
9 Jan Prochazka CZE 62:08 1270
10 Wojciech Kowalski POL 62:31 1262
11 Klaus Schgaguler ITA 62:46 1256
12 Lukáš Barták SVK 63:07 1249
13 Christian Christensen DEN 63:08 1249
14 Oleksandr Marchuk UKR 63:26 1242
15 Mats Haldin FIN 63:27 1242

Men B (10.5 km, 410 m, 21 Controls):
1 Baptiste Rollier SUI 58:57 1353
2 Francois Gonon FRA 60:03 1328
3 Martin Johansson SWE 60:16 1323
4 Mikhail Mamleev ITA 61:25 1297
5 Anders Nordberg NOR 61:38 1293
6 Topi Anjala FIN 63:07 1259
7 Markus Puusepp EST 63:51 1242
8 Ruslan Glebov UKR 63:57 1240
9 Alexey Bortnik RUS 63:59 1239
10 Kiril Nikolov BUL 64:11 1235
11 Chris Forne NZL 64:23 1230
12 Robert Banach POL 64:30 1228
13 Mārtiņš Sirmais LAT 65:08 1213
14 Jan Mrázek CZE 66:03 1193
15 Zsolt Lenkei HUN 67:51 1152

Men C (10.5 km, 430 m, 22 Controls):
1 Thierry Gueorgiou FRA 58:01 1361
2 Tero Föhr FIN 59:25 1328
3 Ádám Kovács HUN 60:24 1304
4 Peter Öberg SWE 61:45 1271
5 Marc Lauenstein SUI 62:06 1263
6 Jan Šedivý CZE 62:09 1261
7 Olav Lundanes NOR 62:56 1242
8 Scott Fraser GBR 63:11 1236
9 Olle Kärner EST 63:42 1224
10 Marius Mažulis LTU 63:48 1221
11 Michal Krajčík SVK 63:54 1219
12 Fabien Pasquasy BEL 63:56 1218
13 Dmitry Mikhalkin BLR 64:17 1210
14 Yuriy Omelchenko UKR 64:26 1206
15 Dmitriy Tsvetkov RUS 64:32 1204

Women A (6.6 km, 290 m, 15 Controls):
1 Minna Kauppi FIN 45:47 1362
2 Signe Søes DEN 48:19 1286
3 Eva Juřeníková CZE 48:22 1285
4 Esther Gil Brotons ESP 48:43 1274
5 Hanny Allston AUS 49:36 1248
=6 Celine Dodin FRA 51:23 1194
=6 Ildikó Szerencsi HUN 51:23 1194
8 Elise Egseth NOR 51:51 1180
=9 Karin Schmalfeld GER 51:54 1178
=9 Annika Billstam SWE 51:54 1178
11 Caroline Cejka SUI 52:37 1157
12 Radka Brožková CZE 53:35 1128
13 Helen Bridle GBR 54:04 1113
14 Samantha Saeger USA 54:23 1104
15 Inga Kazlauskaite LTU 55:16 1077

Women B (6.7 km, 270 m, 15 Controls):
1 Simone Niggli-Luder SUI 47:22 1350
2 Anni-Maija Fincke FIN 47:48 1336
3 Anne Margrethe Hausken NOR 49:19 1290
4 Helena Jansson SWE 49:35 1282
5 Kathryn Ewels AUS 51:19 1228
6 Martina Rákayová SVK 51:33 1221
7 Galina Vinogradova RUS 52:44 1185
8 Martina Dočkalová CZE 52:45 1184
9 Bernadett Kelemen HUN 53:05 1174
10 Maria Novella Sbaraglia ITA 54:27 1132
11 Liis Johanson EST 54:42 1124
12 Inga Dambe LAT 55:07 1111
13 Capucine Vercellotti FRA 55:21 1104
14 Shuangyan Hao CHN 56:21 1074
15 Olga Sluta UKR 57:21 1043

Women C (6.8 km, 280 m, 15 Controls):
1 Marianne Andersen NOR 48:17 1343
2 Julia Novikova RUS 48:35 1333
3 Dana Brožková CZE 49:28 1306
4 Merja Rantanen FIN 49:51 1294
5 Fanni Gyurkó HUN 50:31 1273
6 Linnea Gustafsson SWE 52:58 1196
7 Maja Alm DEN 54:07 1160
8 Kristīne Kokina LAT 54:19 1154
9 Rasa Ptašekaitė LTU 54:38 1144
10 Amélie Chataing FRA 54:47 1139
=11 Veronica Minoiu ROU 55:20 1122
=11 Angela Wild SUI 55:20 1122
13 Sarah Rollins GBR 55:37 1113
14 Mingyue Zhu CHN 56:35 1083
15 Katarína Labašová SVK 56:49 1076

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