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EOC Long: Maps and Results

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Both Gold medals went to Switzerland at the EOC long distance: Judith Wyder takes over after Simone Niggli as the new Swiss EOC Queen with her second Gold medal after winning the sprint on Sunday. Daniel Hubmann also takes his second Gold medal with the long distance Gold – after winning the middle distance on Monday.

The runners where challenged with nice courses – despite the courses being completely replanned the night before the event after some trouble with the maps being published on the Internet ahead of the race. The terrain was however fast, and there were not too many route choice challenges. WorldofO is planning to come back with a more detailed analysis of the EOC long distance on Thursday.

Maps and GPS-tracking
Results
Men A Final (51) 20,3 km 480 m 30 C
Pl Stno Name YB Club Time
1 9 Daniel Hubmann 83 Switzerland 1:30:23
2 4 Olav Lundanes 87 Norway 1:30:48
3 16 Fredrik Johansson 86 Sweden 1:30:50
4 13 Fabian Hertner 85 Switzerland 1:30:56
5 17 Frédéric Tranchand 88 France 1:32:04
6 3 William Lind 85 Sweden 1:32:59
7 12 Oskar Sjoberg 90 Sweden 1:33:32
8 6 Jani Lakanen 76 Finland 1:33:36
9 19 Ionut Alin Zinca 83 Romania 1:33:37
10 14 Edgars Bertuks 85 Latvia 1:34:03
11 15 Baptiste Rollier 82 Switzerland 1:34:21
12 21 Philippe Adamski 85 France 1:34:24
13 7 Matthias Kyburz 90 Switzerland 1:34:55
14 31 Marten Bostrom 82 Finland 1:34:58
15 24 Magne Daehli 87 Norway 1:35:01
16 23 Graham Gristwood 84 Great Britain 1:35:04
17 26 Anton Ostlin 88 Sweden 1:35:20
18 10 Timo Sild 98 Estonia 1:35:28
19 11 Pasi Ikonen 80 Finland 1:35:47
20 41 Filip Dahlgren 88 Sweden 1:35:53
Woman A Final (51) 13,3 km 360 m 23 C
Pl Stno Name YB Club Time
1 102 Judith Wyder 88 Switzerland 1:10:19
2 101 Svetlana Mironova 86 Russia 1:11:44
3 115 Catherine Taylor 89 Great Britain 1:12:44
4 124 Anastasia Tikhonova 90 Russia 1:13:03
5 126 Galina Vinogradova 79 Russia 1:13:27
6 103 Signe Soes 83 Denmark 1:13:30
7 127 Sarina Jenzer 91 Switzerland 1:14:15
8 116 Eva Jureniková 78 Czech Republic 1:15:06
9 105 Julia Gross 91 Switzerland 1:15:40
10 133 Sofia Haajanen 87 Finland 1:15:45
11 123 Rahel Friederich 86 Switzerland 1:15:47
12 106 Lena Eliasson 85 Sweden 1:15:53
13 130 Alva Olsson 89 Sweden 1:16:12
14 111 Irina Nyberg 83 Russia 1:16:36
15 148 Annika Rihma 84 Estonia 1:17:41
16 104 Tove Alexandersson 92 Sweden 1:18:01
17 119 Karolin Ohlsson 91 Sweden 1:18:07
18 109 Ines Brodmann 85 Switzerland 1:18:33
19 118 Riina Kuuselo 82 Finland 1:18:49
20 112 Céline Dodin 79 France 1:19:46

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