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Spring Cup: Map and Results

Two times Switzerland in Spring Cup: Daniel Hubmann and Vroni König-Salmi won the classic distance in Spring Cup 2010 today. Below you get link to replay of the TracTrac tracking, maps and results. Hubmann had more than two minutes down to number two – Woijech Kowalski (Poland) starting two minutes ...

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MOC 2010 Day 2: Maps and Results


Surprise victory for JWOC-champion Matthias Kyburz in the mens class in MOC 2010 – Helena Jansson took the overall victory among the women. The big favorite in the mens class – Daniel Hubmann – did a five minute mistake which cost him all possibilities for an overall victory. The second ...

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Portugal O-Meeting: Gueorgiou and Niggli on top


[Updated with map] Thierry Gueorgiou and Simone Niggli are on top of the results list after the World Ranking event over middle distance in the big season opening in Portugal O-Meeting 2010. At yesterday’s long distance (which was not a World Ranking event) Daniel Hubmann and Helena Jansson were on ...

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Top O-Travel Picks: February 2010

In the Top O-Travel Picks-series of articles we will take a look at the most interesting events of 2010 for travelers – month by month – to guide you through the fixture list. Focus is on multiday-events and World Ranking events, as these are events which typically attract traveling orienteers. ...

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Knock-out Sprint in the World Cup 2010


A new knock-out sprint format will be used at the Nordic Orienteering Tour (NORT) in June in Sweden – the second race in NORT and also the 5th World Cup race in 2010 – following the format used in Cross Country skiing closely. The qualification race in the morning for ...

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Thierry Gueorgiou found the password to access his webpage again – and now he is not only the “King of Middle”, but also the most popular at World of O. – Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees, after one year of desperate attempts, I finally managed to remember my password to update this page, Gueorgiou ...

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Weekly Poll: Start-interval for WOC Long

What start interval would you prefer for the World Orienteering Championships Long distance? Fairness and Spectator-friendliness (and Media-friendliness) are the two main aspects here – and for now it may seem like Fairness is loosing the battle, and that we are going towards shorter start intervals rather than larger (ref. ...

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Route to Christmas: Day 24 2009

In the last Route to Christmas of 2009 we have found a leg with Simone Niggli starring in the mens course. The chosen leg is leg number 7 in the HAL course from a national Swiss competition – the “Emmentaler OL” – organized by OLG Skandia at October 25th. Thanks ...

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Route to Christmas: Day 23 2009

Todays leg in Route to Christmas is from Northern Norway – in a terrain which might have some relevancy for WOC in Trondheim in 2010. The chosen leg is leg number 6 in the Men 21 course from the regional championships in Ultralong distance (KM Ultralang) organized by Korgen IL ...

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