Vote for Course of the Year 2014 now!


Set up your personal Top 5 List from the nominated maps – and win prizes from our sponsors! The nominated maps have been chosen based on submissions from the readers and some of the worlds top orienteers through the last weeks. Now YOU can choose “The Course of the ...

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Course of the Year 2014: Last chance to add suggestions


Monday November 24th is the last chance to add suggestions to “Course of the Year 2014″. We already got more than 70 suggestions in the comments to the intro article  – most of these are high quality courses which will be nominated in “Course of the Year 2014″. Based on ...

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Lauri Sild: – Sheer joy


– It is difficult to put it into words, but orienteering in the terrain was sheer joy! I mean, already the map itself looks awesome, Lauri Sild tells about his favourite terrain in 2014. – The terrain (and the course) was a real challenge, it is easy to lose track of ...

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Annika Billstam: Italy!


Annika Billstam traveled less this year in order to focus on training and local competitions. Still she has some very nice experiences on great courses and terrains outside Sweden. Read on for the complete interview with Annika Billstam about her favourite courses and terrains this year. Submit your suggestion to ...

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Yannick Michiels


– The goal for 2014 was to be more consistent in my Sprint Orienteering and I think I can say I’ve reached this goal. But next year I want to fight for medals during WOC, the Belgian Yannick Michiels says about his plans for the next season. Michiels has worked ...

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Aleksandr Kratov: – Get a title


– The goal for next year is to continue to progress, enjoy orienteering and get a title, Aleksandr Kratov explains in this interview about his favourite course and terrain in 2014. Kratov has impressed a lot this year – winning two World Cup races and taking the bronze medal in ...

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Søren Bobach: – The obvious choice would be WOC sprint


Søren Bobach surprised everybody – including himself – by winning the World Orienteering Championships sprint in Venice this year. Although this was his biggest success, there are other courses this year the Dane likes even better. Read on for the complete interview with Søren Bobach about his favourite courses and ...

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Thierry Gueorgiou takes us to Portugal!


– I have set 273 training courses from November 1st 2013 until October 31st 2014, Thierry Gueorgiou says when asked if he has set any courses in 2014. – Mostly for my own use and training mates, the French star explains. Read on to see one of Gueorgiou’s favourites among ...

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Svetlana Mironova chooses Italy!


Svetlana Mironova had a fantastic 2014 season. WOC gold and EOC silver on long distance and EOC relay gold with the Russian team makes Mironova one of the most successful female orienteers in 2014 – quite a surprise for both Mironova and the rest of the orienteering world. Read on for ...

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Judith Wyder: – I choose a sprint course


Swiss Judith Wyder has been one of the most successful orienteers in 2015 – winning three gold medals at both the World Orienteering Championships and the European Orienteering Championships. With sprint and relay being the most successful WOC and EOC disciplines of the new Swiss superstar, it is maybe no ...

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