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Venla 2018: Stora Tuna on top!


Stora Tuna wins the 2018 Venla relay ahead of Göteborg Majorna and MS Parma after a very strong last leg by Tove Alexandersson. Alexandersson was nearly 5 minutes faster than her competitors on the last leg – catching 3 minutes on the leaders already halfways and from there only speeding ...

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Jukola 2018: All You Need To Know


Jukola – the largest orienteering relay in the world – starts Saturday at 22:00 CET (23:00 local time). 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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EOC 2018 Long: GPS Analysis, Maps & Results


Olav Lundanes (NOR) won a very tight battle in the men’s class at the European Championships (EOC) long distance 2018 while Tove Alexandersson (SWE) was 5 minutes ahead of her competitors in the women’s class. The long distance marked the end of the championships in Tessin, Switzerland. This was the first day ...

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EOC 2018 Relay: Maps and Results


Switzerland took the women’s relay and Norway the men’s relay at the European Championships relay in Tessin, Switzerland. In the women’s relay Switzerland dominated from start to finish, with one of their two teams being in the lead throughout the relay. As only on team from each country counts in ...

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EOC 2018 Sprint Relay: Maps and Results


Switzerland’s Judith Wyder took the lead already from the start of the first leg – and Florian Howald, Martin Hubmann and Elena Roos took care of the lead all the way to the finish – giving Switzerland a clear win in the European Championships Sprint Relay in Ticino, Switzerland. Sweden took ...

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EOC 2018 Middle: Maps and Results


Matthias Kyburz (SUI) and Marika Teini (FIN) took the gold medals on tricky courses in today’s European Orienteering Championships (EOC) Middle in Tessin, Switzerland. On another strong Swiss day Switzerland took the two first places in the men’s class. Matthias Kyburz took his second gold medal of two possible – winning ...

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EOC 2018 Middle Qual: Maps and Results


    Switzerland dominated the EOC Middle qualifier with heat winners Fabian Hertner, Daniel Hubmann, Florian Howald, Julia Gross (all SUI).  Marika Teini (FIN) and Jana Knapova (CZE) won the two last heats – on a day where everal high-ranked athletes missed the finals. The steep sloped with few features ...

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EOC 2018 Sprint Women: GPS & Splits Analysis


Two wrong routechoices cost Judith Wyder the gold medal at the EOC 2018 Sprint. One wrong routechoice cost Elena Roos the bronze medal. Both Swiss runners took the wrong choice on the long leg to control 5 (shown above) – and in addition Wyder took the wrong route on the ...

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EOC 2018 Sprint Men: GPS & Splits Analysis


In a demanding sprint course at EOC 2018 Sprint, the winners Daniel Hubmann and Matthias Kyburz took the right routechoice on nearly every leg – and their execution of the routechoices was close to perfect.  The following analysis goes through the GPS- and splits-data on the most interesting legs, and looks at ...

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EOC 2018 Sprint: Maps and Results


Tove Alexandersson (SWE) won the women’s race while Matthias Kyburz and Daniel Hubmann (both SUI) shared the victory in the men’s race in the sprint which marked the opening of the European Championships 2018 in the Ticino-region in Switzerland.  The first day in the championships was a big success for ...

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