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WOC 2006: Germany team for WOC 2006

The star in the German WOC 2006 team is no doubt Karin Schmalfeld, who is one of the outsiders for a medal at WOC 2006. The best male German runner is probably still Ingo Horst, although Ingo is training less this season, and will concentrate only on the sprint and ...

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WOC 2006: New Zealand team for WOC 2006

Tania Robinson’s 16th place at the middle distance was New Zealand’s best result in at the WOC in Japan, and Tania will be out to improve on that in Denmark. Jenni Adams and Rob Jessop are also experienced WOC runners. New Zealand WOC 2006 teamJenni Adams (Result history) James Brads ...

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WOC 2006: French team for WOC 2006

The best runer in the French Team is no doubt Thierry Gueorgiou, who has been unbeatable in middle distance finals in the championships the last years. He shocked the Orienteering World by winning the middle distance in WOC 2003 in Switzerland with almost three minutes – and has continued im ...

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WOC 2006: Netherlands team for WOC 2006

The Netherlands has a small WOC team, consisting of only four runners. Of these Jonn Are Myhren – who previously presented Norway and competes for Swedish SNO – is probably the biggest hope. He managed a 21. place (middle) and 24. place (long) at the EOC in Estonia, and a ...

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WOC 2006: US team for WOC 2006

The US team is not the strongest team at the WOC – and for most runners the main goal is to reach the A-final at one or more distances. The sprint distance is probably the distance for which the changes are highest to manage a Top 30 placement. Results, maps ...

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WOC 2006: Israeli team for WOC 2006

The Israeli team was selected in the middle of May, and consists of 5 runners. Israel’s main goal this year is to get a runner in one of the finals for the first time ever. Results You can see the results from this years Israeli Chamionships here. The race was ...

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WOC 2006: World of O following WOC 2006

It is now excactly three weeks until this years World Orienteering Championships starts in Denmark with Middle Distance Qualification at saturday the 29th of july. Most teams have already had their team selections – and in the coming weeks most of the teams will be presented here at World o ...

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WOC 2006: Australian team for WOC 2006

The WOC team presentations here at World of O start today with Australia. The rising star in the Australian WOC team is Hanny Allston, who just makes some impressive performances in the JWOC in Lithuania, with one gold and one silver thus far. The best male runner in the Australian ...

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Routegadget for Jukola 2006

Route choice analysis from Jukola 2006 is now available through Routegadget, and tracking for 2./4. leg women and 3./5./7. leg men is available through TracTrac. Click here to get to Routegadget from Jukola 2006. Click here to get to tracking from Jukola 2006 at TracTrac. Read complete story »

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Jukola map in Google Earth + video

See this years Jukola map in 3D in Google Earth, and fly through the course of Matthias Merz. A video recording of the flythrough is also included for those of you who do not have Google Earth installed. Unfortunately the satellite map quality and the height information in Google Earth ...

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