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Double for Domnarvets GoIF with Venla win

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[With Interviews] Another top last leg from Emma Johansson secured the Venla victory for Domnarvets GoIF – just like at 10Mila. Johansson started out 1 minute behind Leksands Rahel Friedrich – caught the Swiss national team runner halfways – and was alone in the lead from there to the finish.

Many teams got trouble at the first leg – giving big gaps and only 60 teams within the first 5 minutes after 5 kilometer running. Some tricky forking controls was part of the reason; favourite teams  OK Linné (+6:29), Kalevan Rasti (+5:07) and OK Pan Århus (+5:39) lost contact already after the first leg and never managed to get up to into the lead again. OK Tisaren’s Lilian Forsberg started best – and Domnarvets GoIF also started well in 13th with Dana Safka Brozkova, 1:50 behind.

Leksands OK’s Linnea Gustafsson did a great second leg – taking Leksand up into the lead. Domnarvet’s veteran Karolina Höjsgaard took Domnarvets up to 5th – 49 seconds behind. Lina Strand won the second leg in Göterborg Majornas second team (Strand is injured, therefore only in the second team).

At the third leg, Helena Jansson continued the strong relay for Leksands. With the best time on the leg Jansson changed came back 1 minute ahead of Järla’s Emma Klingenberg with Domnarvet’s Lena Eliasson in third. Jansson had best time on the leg – just as on 10Mila.

Rahel Friedrich started the last leg first for Leksands – but very strong Emma Johansson came closer and closer and halfways she passed Friedrich without seeing her. From there and on it was only about Johansson – in the end she was more than 3 minutes ahead of Natalia Vinogradova (Alfta ÖSA). The three fastest on the last leg have been around for a while: Kauppi, Hausken Nordberg and Niggli.

Interviews

Results

1 34 Domnarvets GoIF SWE 2:53:11
1 Dana Safka Brozkova 51:13
2 Karolina A Höjsgaard 35:46 1:27:00
3 Lena Eliasson 32:55 1:59:55
4 Emma Johansson 53:16 2:53:11
2 27 Alfta ÖSA OK SWE 2:56:16
1 Galina Vinogradova 50:38
2 Sara Eskilsson 36:37 1:27:16
3 Josefine Engström 35:13 2:02:30
4 Natalia Vinogradova 53:46 2:56:16
3 8 Järla Orientering SWE 2:56:23
1 Karolin Ohlsson 51:31
2 Elsa Jansson 35:04 1:26:36
3 Emma Klingenberg 33:01 1:59:37
4 Elin Hemmyr Skantze 56:46 2:56:23
4 4 SK Pohjantähti FIN 2:56:29
1 Heini Wennman 52:28
2 Anna Haataja 35:54 1:28:22
3 Marttiina Joensuu 34:57 2:03:19
4 Sofia Haajanen 53:10 2:56:29
5 92 Leksands OK SWE 2:56:33
1 Elin Dahlstedt-Tysk 51:33
2 Linnea Gustafsson 34:36 1:26:10
3 Helena Jansson 32:15 1:58:26
4 Rahel Friedrich 58:07 2:56:33
6 2 Tampereen Pyrintö FIN 2:56:52
1 Lotta Karhola 52:52
2 Sonja Kyrölä 34:35 1:27:28
3 Venla Niemi 35:47 2:03:16
4 Saila Kinni 53:36 2:56:52
7 87 Nydalens SK NOR 2:58:12
1 Elise Egseth 55:16
2 Anne Johanne Lind 35:16 1:30:33
3 Marte Narum 35:18 2:05:52
4 Anne M Hausken Nordberg 52:19 2:58:12
8 6 Halden SK NOR 2:58:19
1 Hollie Orr 52:24
2 Eva Jurenikova 35:44 1:28:08
3 Ida Marie Näss Björgul 34:17 2:02:26
4 Sabine Hauswirth 55:53 2:58:19
9 5 OK Tisaren SWE 2:58:37
1 Lilian Forsgren 49:23
2 Lovisa Persson 39:24 1:28:47
3 Andrea Svensson 37:08 2:05:55
4 Simone Niggli 52:42 2:58:37
10 9 IFK Lidingö SOK SWE 2:59:39
1 Sarina Jenzer 52:52
2 Annica Gustafsson 35:45 1:28:37
3 Anna Bachman 36:17 2:04:55
4 Helena Karlsson 54:44 2:59:39

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