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WOC Sprint Women 2014: The full analysis

Both Maja Alm and Tove Alexandersson did bad technical races taking wrong route choices and doing navigational errors – but they still managed to win medals due to their high running speed. Judith Wyder secured gold through a very stable race – at a bit lower speed. The sprint in ...

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WOC 2014 Sprint: Maps and Results

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[Updated with analysis and splitsgraphs] Surprise Gold to Søren Bobach (Denmark). Judith Wyder (Switzerland) handles the pressure and wins the women’s sprint at WOC 2014. The sprint in Venice was spectacular and exciting – Denmark was the big winner with three medals at the first day of the World Championships ...

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WOC 2014 Sprint Qual: Maps and Results

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[Updated with better quality picture] The big surprise of the day was Mårten Boström failing to qualify for the final – except for that everything went according to plan for the big favourites in today’s sprint qualification in Burano by Venice. Heat winners were Daniel Hubmann, Jonas Leandersson and Yannick ...

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WOC 2014: All You Need to Know!

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The World Orienteering Championships starts on Saturday July 5th at 09:00 CET with sprint qualification in Burano – an island outside Venice. The first medals are fought for in the sprint final in Venice in the afternoon – with start from 15:20 CET. The championships continue with Mixed sprint relay ...

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Jukola 2014: Three in a row for Kalevan Rasti!

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Thierry Gueorgiou did it again for Kalevan Rasti. After a difficult night for the Finnish team, with many mistakes in the tough and technical terrain, the world stars Fabian Hertner and Thierry Gueorgiou decided the relay for Kalevan Rasti on the two last legs. The last leg was a real ...

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OK Pan Århus on top: Clear victory in Venla relay

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The Danish favourite team OK Pan Århus took their second Venla relay victory in a row after very strong performances by all four runners. Signe Søes decided it all on the first 2 km of the second leg – catching up 1 minute to the lead and opening a gap ...

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