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JWOC Sprint 2019: Maps and Results

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Aston Key (AUS) and Eline Gemperle (SUI) took the victories at the Junior World Championships Sprint in Denmark. 

Key won 13 seconds ahead of Samuel Pihlstrom (SWE) with Guilhem Elias (FRA) in 3rd at 0:14. In the women’s class Gemperle won only 3 seconds ahead of Tilda Ostberg (SWE) with Grace Molloy (GBR) in 3rd at 0:14.

Men: Key from start to finish

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Aston Key won 3 of 24 legs and did nearly no mistakes  – leading all the way from the first control to the finish. Key lost 6 seconds or less to the leg winner on all legs – that was least of all runners in this race. The fight for victory was close; Samuel Pihlstrom (lost 13 seconds at leg 6, finished 13 seconds behind in 2nd) was only one control away from beating Aston Key.

Women: Gemperle wins after late mistake by Bunn

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Eline Gemperle won 6 of 18 legs and did less than half a minute of mistakes. Eline Gemperle took the lead at the first control. The race lead then changed between Tereza Janosikova (leading from the 2nd to 3rd control), Fiona Bunn (leading from the 4th to 6th control), Eline Gemperle (leading from the 7th to 9th control) and Fiona Bunn (leading from the 10th to 14th control, losing 42 seconds at the 15th control and falling down to 11th place) until Eline Gemperle took over the lead at control 15 of 18 controls and kept it until the finish.

Tilda Ostberg and Isa Envall (SWE) lost 10 seconds or less to the leg winner on all legs – that was least of all runners in this race. The fight for victory was close; Tilda Ostberg (lost 10 seconds at leg 2, finished 3 seconds behind in 2nd), Grace Molloy (lost 22 seconds at leg 1, finished 14 seconds behind in 3rd) and Fiona Bunn (lost 42 seconds at leg 15, finished 34 seconds behind in 9th) were only one control away from beating Eline Gemperle.

Maps & GPS-tracking

JWOC Sprint Women 2019

» See map in omaps.worldofo.com

Results

Men

1. Aston Key AUS 12:20 (+0:00)
2. Samuel Pihlstrom SWE 12:33 (+0:13)
3. Guilhem Elias FRA 12:34 (+0:14)
4. Axel Granqvist SWE 12:39 (+0:19)
5. Georg Groell AUT 12:40 (+0:20)
6. Gustav Runefors SWE 12:41 (+0:21)
7. Reto Egger SUI 12:44 (+0:24)
8. Ferenc Jonas HUN 12:45 (+0:25)
9. Lukas Liland NOR 12:47 (+0:27)
9. Tomas Krivda CZE 12:47 (+0:27)
11. Andreas Bock Bjoernsen DEN 12:54 (+0:34)
11. Emil Auselius SWE 12:54 (+0:34)
11. Fabian Aebersold SUI 12:54 (+0:34)
14. Viktor Svensk SWE 12:55 (+0:35)
15. Jonas Soldini SUI 12:56 (+0:36)
16. Malthe Poulsen DEN 12:57 (+0:37)
17. Tamas Barany HUN 12:59 (+0:39)
18. Teemu Oksanen FIN 13:01 (+0:41)
19. Erik Herne SWE 13:02 (+0:42)
19. Riccardo Casanova GER 13:02 (+0:42)

Women

1. Eline Gemperle SUI 12:18 (+0:00)
2. Tilda Ostberg SWE 12:21 (+0:03)
3. Grace Molloy GBR 12:32 (+0:14)
4. Alva Sonesson SWE 12:36 (+0:18)
5. Isa Envall SWE 12:37 (+0:19)
6. Tereza Janosikova CZE 12:38 (+0:20)
7. Elena Pezzati SUI 12:49 (+0:31)
7. Ida Oebro DEN 12:49 (+0:31)
9. Fiona Bunn GBR 12:52 (+0:34)
9. Inka Nurminen FIN 12:52 (+0:34)
11. Lise Termansen DEN 12:53 (+0:35)
12. Victoria Haestad Bjornstad NOR 12:56 (+0:38)
13. Anine Lome NOR 13:02 (+0:44)
14. Zsofia Sarkozy HUN 13:05 (+0:47)
15. Hanna Lundberg SWE 13:09 (+0:51)
16. Anastasiya Grigoreva RUS 13:10 (+0:52)
16. Eliane Deininger SUI 13:10 (+0:52)
18. Hedvig Valbjorn Gydesen DEN 13:18 (+1:00)
19. Ella Olsson SWE 13:19 (+1:01)
19. Irina Lazareva RUS 13:19 (+1:01)

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