Thursday, June 4, 2015

World Cup Update

Yesterday was the long and first race of this year's World Cups being held in Norway-Sweden! It looked like it was a pretty exciting and gruelling day of racing. We had three Canadians running: Emily Kemp, Lousie Oram and Michael Svoboda.

Quick results recap of the long: 
 Women's race 
Bobach, IdaDEN01:07:17
Alexandersson, ToveSWE01:08:22+01:05
Mironova, SvetlanaRUS01:12:45+05:28
Kemp, Emily            CAN01:20:29+13:12
Oram, Louise           CAN01:32:37+25:20
Men's race
1(165)Kyburz, MatthiasSUI01:29:57
2(164)Gueorgiou, ThierryFRA01:31:56+01:59
3(166)Bergman, GustavSWE01:32:30+02:33
94(196)Svoboda, MichaelCAN02:22:53+52:56

Is the link to the full results. There are also links to the GPS tracks worn by some of the athletes.

Men's GPS
Women's GPS

They are always fun to watch and a great way to do some 'arm chair' orienteering and practice route choice. See how your choices compare to the world's best! 

Stay tuned as there are three more World Cup races this weekend! 

Friday June 5 - Sprint Relay

Saturday June 6 - Individual Sprint

Sunday June 7 -  Middle Distance

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