Interview: Ruslan Glebov about Course of the Year 2018


Three long distance courses in Sweden with many interesting routechoice legs in technical terrain are among Ruslan Glebov’s favourite courses of 2018. Glebov is clearly a man who loves tough challenges – read on to look back at some of the real highlights from 2018!  The Ukrainian had his big breakthrough ...

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Course of the Year: Marika Teini chooses Portugal!

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–  Marika Teini’s favourite course of 2018 is a lot about smooth and offensive execution – in highly technical terrain in Portugal.  Read on for an interview with Teini who got her first international championships gold medal this year with her European Championships Gold medal at the middle distance in Switzerland ...

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Nykodym chooses a course with 5 long routechoice legs


–  The course setter managed to build up the whole course based on five distinct legs which had many possible routes to choose from, Czech Republic’s latest World Cup winner Milos Nykodym explains about his favourite orienteering course this year.  Read on for an interview with Nykodym where he tells us about his favourite ...

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Interview: Robertson talks about favourite courses of 2018


–  This was a clear winner for me – I believe the terrain and the courses allowed for the full enjoyment of not just the spectators but also the runners, sprint specialist Tim Robertson explains about his favourite orienteering course this year. And it is not a sprint course.  Read on for ...

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Interview: Olaussen talks about favourite courses of 2018


–  Even though it can look a little unreadable on the map  beforehand, I found it even cooler to run in it when you actually were able to spot the right passages between the cliffs, Kamilla Olaussen explains about her favourite orienteering terrain this year.  Read on for an interview with ...

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Course of the Year 2018: Submit your suggestions!


What was the best orienteering course of 2018? The World Champs middle distance in Estonia won in 2017, the last stage of France 5 won in 2016, the World Champs long distance in Scotland won in 2015 and the World Champs middle distance in Italy won in 2014. Before that we had two years with Portuguese winners: a ...

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JEC 2018: Maps and Results


[Update 10/10: Comment from course-setter about Long DSQ] Simona Aebersold dominated the Junior European Cup (JEC) on homeground in Switzerland with very clear victories both in Middle and Long – and also deciding the Sprint Relay for Switzerland. The Aebersold-family did not stop there, however: Younger brother Fabian also took a JEC ...

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World Cup Final Sprint Czech Republic 2018: Maps and Results


Jonas Leandersson and Tove Alexandersson (both SWE) won the World Cup Final Sprint in Czech Republic on demanding courses where routechoices where picking the correct routechoice was very important throughout the courses. In the men’s class the two Swiss runners in the top of the World Cup, Swiss Daniel Hubmann ...

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