Kristiansand wins exciting Jukola relay


Daniel Hubmann decided Jukola 2015 halfways through the last leg after a tight relay where the big three through the last years – Kristiansand, Halden and Kalevan Rasti – had the main roles. Halden’s Magne Dæhlie started first on the last leg – 42 seconds ahead of Kristiansand’s Daniel Hubmann ...

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Double for Domnarvets GoIF with Venla win


[With Interviews] Another top last leg from Emma Johansson secured the Venla victory for Domnarvets GoIF – just like at 10Mila. Johansson started out 1 minute behind Leksands Rahel Friedrich – caught the Swiss national team runner halfways – and was alone in the lead from there to the finish. Many teams ...

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Swiss OLV Baselland aiming for Jukola success


At Jukola 2015 Swiss top runners Fabian Hertner, Kaspar Hägler, Sebastian Hägler, Christoph Meier and Matthias Leonardt along with Swedish Anders Holmberg will this year run for their Swiss club OLV Baselland instead of their Finnish and Swedish clubs.  Usually most of the non-Scandinavian runners have been running for their Scandinavian clubs ...

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Jukola 2015: All You Need to Know


22:00 CET (23:00 local time) on Saturday Jukola  starts – the largest orienteering relay event in the world. 9 hours earlier at 13:00 CET the women start their relay – the Venla relay. Here you find all the information you need about the  Jukola and Venla relays. This is the ...

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Jukola Manager: Set up your virtual team & sit down and hope


– In Jukola-Manager you can create your own virtual team and choose your seven runners from hundreds of orienteers, Kimmo Vilska tells in an e-mail. Vilska has set up a Jukola Manager team – above you see some of the most expensive runners. Your team’s performance is based on the ...

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Swiss WOC Team Selected


The Swiss team for the World Orienteering Championships in Scotland in August has been selected. Especially in the men’s class the fight for a place in the team is tough – this year Baptiste Rollier did not make it into the team. Switzerland has gold favourites in all disciplines – ...

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Quick Analysis: Canceled WCup Sprint Women


Emma Klingenberg had the highest speed – especially on the long legs – but Tove Alexandersson ran the best technical race and got the fastest time of the day. Judith Wyder did also a very good race except for two bad routechoices in the second half of the course. Nadiya ...

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Quick Analysis: Canceled WCup Sprint Men


The most interesting legs in the cancelled World Cup sprint in Lysekil were leg 2, the long leg to control 5, leg 6, leg 8, leg 9 and leg 11. For these legs a significant part of the start field chose a slower route than the ideal route – and ...

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