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WoO Fantasy World Cup 2011: Join in on the fun!

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New year – new rules – more fun! The World Cup starts the following Thursday at the Nordic Orienteering Tour, and it is now time to set up your own Team of Elite Runners, and follow them through this years World Cup. The WoO Fantasy World Cup is a ‘for-fun’ manager-type competition where you can set up a World Cup Team consisting of 10 runners (either men, women or a mix), and get points according to their performance. New in 2011! Your team must contain two runners outside the ‘Red group’ – thus giving room for some more tactics.

Disclaimer! This is a very experimental ‘for-fun’ service, and errors may (and will) occur. Only runners who were top 500 on the World Ranking as of June 15th are to be included on your team. The red group is defined by runners who were inside the Top 50 on the World Ranking as of June 15th. Take it for what it is, and have fun with it!

Rules

Choose a Team consisting of 10 runners (you can choose arbitrary number of men/women).

Points are calculated in the following way:

  • For each World Cup race, your score is calculated as the World Cup points of the 10 runners in your team
  • Your 8 best total sums of the 10 World Cup races count in the total figure
  • You may drag as many runners over to your team in the right column as you want, but only the 10 topmost runners count in your sum
  • Of the top 10 in your list, 2 runners must be outside the red group, i.e. marked with **. If you have no runners outside the red group in your team, only the 8 first on the list will give you points. The red group was defined as runners inside the Top 50 on the World Ranking event as of June 15th 2011. Runners in the red group may change during the season. If changes to the ‘Red group’ are made, this will be announced via e-mail.
  • Bonus: In each World Cup race, you get a bonus of 50% of the points for the runner who is on the top of your team-list. Another 25% bonus for the runner on second place on your team-list, and yet another 10% bonus for the runner who is number three on your team-list
  • You can change which runners are in your team between each race
  • Last chance to change your team ahead of each World Cup race is given in the overview table here.
  • Note! This is a very experimental ‘for-fun’ service, and errors may (and will) occur.
  • Calculation of points will be done after each World Cup round – but you may change your team ahead of each competition.

See the complete rules – and register your Team here!.

List of participants NORT 2011

Below you see the participants for NORT 2011 (as of June 14th 22:00 CET) compared to the Top 100 World Ranking list. As you see, many top names are missing – but there will still be a tough fight for the top positions. According to the NORT webpage, in the mens class all the top 10 runners from last year are coming this year. In the ladies 7 of the top 10 are going to fight about the prize money.

Men
1. Thierry Gueorgiou (DNS)
2. Daniel Hubmann
3. Olav Lundanes
4. Matthias Mueller
4. Anders Nordberg
6. Carl Waaler Kaas
7. Audun Weltzien
8. Emil Wingstedt (DNS)
9. Francois Gonon (DNS)
10. Mats Haldin
10. Øystein Kvaal Østerbø
12. Oleksandr Kratov (DNS)
13. Valentin Novikov
14. Matthias Merz
15. Graham Gristwood
16. Peter Öberg (DNS)
17. Tero Föhr
18. Baptiste Rollier
19. Pasi Ikonen
20. David Andersson (DNS)
21. Dmitriy Tsvetkov (DNS)
22. Andrey Khramov
23. Scott Fraser
24. Philippe Adamski (DNS)
25. Tuomas Tervo (DNS)
26. Fabian Hertner
27. Marc Lauenstein (DNS)
28. Lars Skjeset (DNS)
29. Marcus Millegård (DNS)
30. Tue Lassen
31. Jan Prochazka (DNS)
32. Wojciech Kowalski (DNS)
33. Jerker Lysell
34. Chris Forne (DNS)
35. Frédéric TRANCHAND
36. Mikkel Lund (DNS)
37. Tomas Dlabaja (DNS)
38. Olle Kärner (DNS)
39. Kiril Nikolov
40. Michal Smola (DNS)
41. William Lind
42. Erik Rost
43. Matthias Kyburz
44. Søren Bobach
45. Pavlo Ushkvarok (DNS)
46. Olli-Markus Taivainen
47. Hannu Airila (DNS)
47. Jonn Myhren
49. Oleksandr Starov (DNS)
50. Andreas Kyburz
51. Mikhail Mamleev (DNS)
52. Anders Holmberg
52. Gernot Kerschbaumer
54. Jan Sedivy (DNS)
55. Jonas Gvildys
56. Jarkko Huovila (DNS)
57. Zsolt Lenkei (DNS)
58. Johan Runesson
59. Mattias Millinger (DNS)
60. Jani Lakanen (DNS)
61. Mattias Karlsson (HALDEN SK) (DNS)
62. Yury Tambasov (DNS)
63. Martins Sirmais
64. Olle Boström
65. Andreas Ruedlinger
66. Ionut Zinca (DNS)
67. Matthew Crane (DNS)
68. Fabien Pasquasy (DNS)
69. Wojciech Dwojak (DNS)
70. Simonas Krepsta
71. Murray Stain
72. Roger Casal (DNS)
72. Rasmus Thrane Hansen
74. Håvard Lucasen
75. Klaus Schgaguler (DNS)
76. Edgars Bertuks (DNS)
77. Lukas Bartak (DNS)
78. Gaute Hallan Steiwer
79. Peeter Pihl (DNS)
80. Gustav Bergman
81. Severin Howald (DNS)
82. Fredrik Johansson (DNS)
83. Alexey Bortnik
84. Timo Sild (DNS)
85. Marco Seppi (DNS)
86. Stepan Kodeda (DNS)
86. Ádám Kovács (DNS)
88. Nicolas Simonin (DNS)
89. Damien Renard (DNS)
90. Julian Dent (DNS)
91. Ivaylo Kamenarov (DNS)
92. Sergey Detkov
93. Rune Olsen (DNS)
94. Ulf Forseth Indgaard (DNS)
95. Dmitry Mikhalkin (DNS)
96. Ross Morrison (DNS)
97. Rasmus Djurhuus
98. Raffael Huber (DNS)
99. Simon Uppill (DNS)
100. Vincent COUPAT
Women
1. Simone Niggli-Luder (DNS)
2. Marianne Andersen (DNS)
3. Helena Jansson (DNS)
4. Minna Kauppi (DNS)
5. Anne Margrethe Hausken (DNS)
6. Annika Billstam
7. Anni-Maija Fincke
8. Vroni Koenig-Salmi (DNS)
9. Signe Søes
10. Merja Rantanen
11. Dana Brožková (DNS)
12. Emma Claesson
13. Lena Eliasson
14. Maja Alm
15. Eva Jurenikova (DNS)
16. Mari Fasting
17. Celine Dodin (DNS)
18. Caroline Cejka (DNS)
19. Elise Egseth
20. Julia Novikova
21. Sara Lüscher (DNS)
22. Vendula Klechova (DNS)
23. Rahel Friederich
24. Maria Rantala
25. Ida Bobach (DNS)
26. Tone Wigemyr
27. Linnea Gustafsson
28. Judith Wyder
29. Angela Wild
30. Heidi Bagstevold
31. Ines Brodmann
32. Tove Alexandersson
33. Inga Kazlauskaite (DNS)
34. Pippa Archer
35. Betty Ann Bjerkreim Nilsen
36. Galina Vinogradova
37. Amélie CHATAING
37. Riina Kuuselo (DNS)
39. Sarah Rollins
40. Sofia Haajanen (DNS)
41. Sandra Pauzaite (DNS)
42. Beata Falk (DNS)
43. Ida Marie Næss Bjørgul
44. Capucine Vercellotti (DNS)
45. Aija Skrastina (DNS)
46. Saila Kinni
47. Line Hagman
48. Bodil Holmström
49. Hanna Wisniewska (DNS)
50. Emma Johansson (DNS)
51. Iveta Duchova (DNS)
52. Olga Sluta (DNS)
53. Helen Bridle (DNS)
54. Silje Ekroll Jahren
55. Martina Spurna (DNS)
56. Martina Dockalova (DNS)
57. Venla Niemi
58. Bettina Aebi
59. Karin Schmalfeld (DNS)
60. Charlotte Bouchet (DNS)
61. Michela Guizzardi (DNS)
61. Annika Rihma (DNS)
63. Rachael Elder
64. Grace Elson (DNS)
65. Merike Vanjuk (DNS)
66. Anastasiia Danylova (DNS)
67. Ursula Kadan (DNS)
67. Lina Strand
69. Louise Oram (DNS)
70. Emma Andersson (SÄVEDALEN (DNS)
71. Radka Brozkova (DNS)
72. Shuangyan Hao (DNS)
73. Brigitte Mühlemann (DNS)
74. Hollie Orr
75. Monika Gajda (DNS)
75. Helen Palmer
77. Sarka Svobodna (DNS)
78. Rasa Ptašekaite (DNS)
79. Samantha Saeger (DNS)
80. Daria Lajn (DNS)
81. Tessa Hill
82. Nicole Scalet (DNS)
83. Iliana Shandurkova (DNS)
84. Yvonne Gunell (DNS)
84. Kirti Rebane (DNS)
86. Josefine Engström (DNS)
87. Liis Johanson (DNS)
88. Sofia Adolfsson (DNS)
89. Zenia Hejlskov Mogensen (DNS)
90. Zsuzsa Fey (DNS)
91. Ona Rafols Perramon (DNS)
92. Alia Sitdikova (DNS)
93. Ulrika Uotila
94. Niamh O’Boyle
95. Kim Geypen (DNS)
96. Shannon Jones (DNS)
97. Bohdana Heczková (DNS)
98. Fanni Gyurkó (DNS)
99. Alison Crocker (DNS)
100. Christine Kirchlechner (DNS)

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