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JWOC 2016 Sprint: Maps and Results

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A fantastic day for Switzerland at the opening race of the Junior World Championships (JWOC) in Scuol, Switzerland today: A clear gold for Simona Aebersold in the women’s class – and both gold and silver in the men’s class with Joey Hadorn ahead of Thomas Curiger.

In the women’s class Anna Dvorianskaia (RUS) was closest to the Swiss home favourite. Dvorianskaia finished 8th in the European Championships sprint in the senior class this year – and was one of the big challengers to Simona Aebersold ahead of the race. In the end she was 51 seconds behind the Swiss. Anna Haataja (FIN) finished third – another four seconds behind Dvorianskaia.

The men’s race was much tighter – with Joey Hadorn winning the race with only 8 second ahead of team mate Curiger. Hadorn is an extremely fast runner – and good exploit this in this course. Isac von Krusenstierna (SWE) finished third, 17 seconds behind Hadorn.

You can relive the excitement from today’s sprint in the JWOC Live-Ticker.

Maps

Click below to see the maps. GPS-tracking is available here for men and here for women. Analysis will be available at WorldofO.com in cooperation with the JWOC organizers tonight.

Results

Men

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1. Joey Hadorn Switzerland 12:47 (+0:00)
2. Thomas Curiger Switzerland 12:56 (+0:09)
3. Isac von Krusenstierna Sweden 13:04 (+0:17)
4. Simon Dubach Switzerland 13:18 (+0:31)
5. Quentin Rauturier France 13:19 (+0:32)
6. Henry Mcnulty Australia 13:20 (+0:33)
6. Tobia Pezzati Switzerland 13:20 (+0:33)
8. Tommy Hayes New Zealand 13:21 (+0:34)
9. Olli Ojanaho Finland 13:23 (+0:36)
9. Olai Stensland Lillevold Norway 13:23 (+0:36)
11. Riccardo Rancan Switzerland 13:32 (+0:45)
12. Topias Ahola Finland 13:33 (+0:46)
13. Mate Dalos Hungary 13:34 (+0:47)
13. Arnaud Perrin France 13:34 (+0:47)
15. Anton Kuukka Finland 13:36 (+0:49)
16. Ricardo Esteves Ferreira Portugal 13:39 (+0:52)
17. Topi Raitanen Finland 13:40 (+0:53)
17. Riccardo Scalet Italy 13:40 (+0:53)
19. Jesper Svensk Sweden 13:45 (+0:58)
20. Simon Hector Sweden 13:46 (+0:59)

Women

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1. Simona Aebersold Switzerland 13:13 (+0:00)
2. Anna Dvorianskaia Russian Federation 14:05 (+0:52)
3. Anna Haataja Finland 14:08 (+0:55)
4. Virag Weiler Hungary 14:16 (+1:03)
5. Josefine Lind Denmark 14:21 (+1:08)
6. Lotta Kirvesmies Finland 14:25 (+1:12)
7. Megan Carter Davies Great Britain 14:29 (+1:16)
8. Barbora Chaloupska Czech Republic 14:58 (+1:45)
9. Paula Gross Switzerland 15:02 (+1:49)
10. Valerie Aebischer Switzerland 15:07 (+1:54)
10. Daria Moskalenko Ukraine 15:07 (+1:54)
12. Petra Hancova Czech Republic 15:08 (+1:55)
13. Tilda Johansson Sweden 15:17 (+2:04)
14. Elin Carlsson Sweden 15:22 (+2:09)
14. Jasmina Gassner Austria 15:22 (+2:09)
16. Tereza Cechova Czech Republic 15:24 (+2:11)
16. Amanda Falck Weber Denmark 15:24 (+2:11)
18. Hanna Hugosson Sweden 15:26 (+2:13)
19. Kseniia Penzina Russian Federation 15:29 (+2:16)
20. Marianne Haug Estonia 15:32 (+2:19)

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