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.
— Mårten Boström (@martenbostrom) April 15, 2014
Maps and GPS-tracking
- Map men (all forkings)
- Map women (all forkings)
- GPS-tracking (men and women) – including link to 2DRerun analysis