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Men:

1. Isac von Krusenstierna
2. Kasper Harlem Fosser
3. Tim Robertson

 

Women:

1. Tove Alexandersson
2. Natalia Gemperle
3. Maja Alm
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Qualification (from 8:55)

  • Men: A  B  C
  • Women: A  B  C

Final (from 14:25)

Maps

Qualification

  • Men: A  B  C
  • Women: A  B  C

Final

 

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Winners
1. Sweden
2. Norway
3. Switzerland
4. Denmark
5. Czech Republic
6. Great Britain
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Splits

Winners

Men:

1. Matthias Kyburz
2. Gustav Bergman
3. Ruslan Glibov

Women:

1. Tove Alexandersson
2. Andrine Benjaminsen
3. Simona Aebersold
TV broadcast

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GPS tracking

Qualification (from 8:55)

  • Men: A  B  C
  • Women: A  B  C

Final (from 15:45)

Maps

Qualification

  • Men: A  B  C
  • Women: A  B  C

Final

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TOM
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Winners

Women:

1. Sweden
2. Swizerland
3. Norway

 

Men:

1. Sweden
2. Norway
3. Swizerland
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TOM
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Winners

Women:

1. Tove Alexandersson
2. Natalia Gemperle
3. Simona Aebersold

 

Men:

1. Kasper Harlem Fosser
2. Matthias Kyburz
3. Magne Daehli
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21. 7. 2021

Lost and Founds

All the lost and found properties from the arenas, quarantines and accommodation of the WOC 2021 are stored by the Organisers and are in this gallery. If you recognize any of your property, please let know Jana Kubátová – info@woc2021.cz for planning the pick up. Organisers

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13. 7. 2021

Thank You! See you in 2022!

Thank You! See you in 2022!   The closing ceremony in Heřmánky made the World Orienteering Championships 2021 come to its end. Seven days, seven races, five of them with a medal finish, every single one completely different from the others. Four racing arenas taking the WOC circus to various […]

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9. 7. 2021

Alexandersson and Fosser the fastest in the infinite labyrinth of sandstones

A tough and challenging long distance course in the sandstones tested the orienteering skills of all runners. High speed, strength, endurance, and ideal route choices determined the new world champions: Tove Alexandersson of Sweden and Kasper Harlem Fosser representing Norway. The 2021 World Championships have come to an end with […]

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9. 7. 2021

IOF WOC Clinic supporting smaller o-nations

There are 39 nations at the start of WOC 2021 including countries from North and South America, Europe, Africa, Australia, and Asia. The Championship is not only an opportunity to celebrate the best runners, but it also gives a chance to promote orienteering and include countries where orienteering does not […]

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Important

    15.07.2021 Men Long distance World Champion is Kasper Fosset and Women Long distance World Champion is Tove Alexandersson.
    15.07.2021 Relay Women: 1. SWE, 2. SUI, 3. NOR; Relay Men: 1. SWE, 2. NOR, 3. SUI
    07.07.2021 TOM Relay and Long presentation is published.

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