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Oceania Championships 2011: GPS analysis


Analysis of GPS tracking data from races outside Europe is still a novelty in the orienteering world. With the exciting and picturesque native forest of the Oceania 2011 Orienteering Championships – and several longer legs with different route choice options – this was really an interesting task to set out ...

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World Cup Final: Photos and Ranking updated

Runner profiles have now been updated with 1000+ pictures from the World Cup Final, the World of O Ranking has been updated, the results archive has been updated and photos from the World Cup final have been added to the World of O Facebook page and many have been tagged ...

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PostFinance Sprint: Hubmann took it all!


Daniel Hubmann did like he has done the last years – took the victory both in the overall World Cup and in the World Cup final. Gueorgiou gave Hubmann a real fight for the overall World Cup in his first sprint race since the PostFinance Sprint last year – and ...

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PostFinance Sprint: Minna Kauppi took it!


Minna Kauppi took the victory in the World Cup final – but Helena Jansson secured the overall World Cup victory after a big mistake by Annika Billstam in today’s sprint. As always in the PostFinance Sprint the atmosphere was magic – with lots of load spectators cheering the runners on. ...

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PostFinance Sprint: Live from 12:46 CET


The World Cup final offers a spectacular city sprint in the Swiss city Chaux-de-Fonds – you can follow it live via webTV and live GPS tracking. The overall World Cup will be decided today – with double World Cup points in the sprint it is still very open for the ...

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World Cup Final Middle: Gueorgiou and Alexandersson


Tove Alexandersson and Thierry Gueorgiou took the victories in todays middle distance in the World Cup final weekend. In the mens class it was a very tight race between World Cup leader Daniel Hubmann and runner up Thierry Gueorgiou – but in the end Gueorgiou was the strongest. Still the ...

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World Cup Final Middle: Map and Course


The runners are welcomed with interesting and varied courses in the Swiss Jura forest in today’s World Cup middle distance. The start of the courses is technical – although there are paths to help with the orienteering. With the partly dense forest with variable runnability, accurate orienteering and direction running ...

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World Cup Final Middle: Live from 12:20 CET

Follow the World Cup final middle distance live from 12:20 CET. There will be live GPS tracking and live results. The overall World Cup will be decided with the middle distance race today and the sprint race tomorrow here in Switzerland. With the fight for the title still open in ...

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World Cup Final: All you need to know!


The overall World Cup will be decided in Switzerland this weekend. Excellent live coverage with GPS-tracking, web-TV (Sunday) and live results is promised . With the fight for the title still open in both the mens and womens class, everything is set for a great weekend for orienteering enthusiasts. Saturday ...

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