Atheltes, team leaders, spectators (also via internet) please answer the evaluation of the World Cup final and ESOC in Tyumen. http://goo.gl/JDmXdd This is important information for the organisers, SkiO Commission and Athletes Commission when we are going to develop the sport. For next season there will probably be some changes to mage the evaluation more user … Continued
1. Anastasia Kravchenko RUS 2:01:17, 2. Tatiana Rvacheva RUS 2:01:45, 3. Mervi Pesu FIN 2:02:11, 4. Mariya Kechkina RUS 2:02:59, 5. Sonja Mörsky FIN 2:04:45, 6. Tove Alexandersson SWE 2:05:3 1. Eduard Khrennikov RUS 2:29:31, 2. Andrei Lamov RUS 2:29:58, 3. Hans Jørgen Kvåle NOR 2:30:04, 4. Lars Hol Moholdt NOR 2:31:24, 5. Peter Arnesson … Continued
Today athletes have a rest before Extra Large distance. We have a snowy weather and 2 sm of fresh snow. It will be a real challenge tomorrow for servicemen to prepare skies properly. 40 women and 46 men will fight for double scores tomorrow, start will be at 10-00 (GMT+6).
IOF President Brian Porteous met with Vladimir Yakushev, Governor of Tyumen Region, yesterday to thank him for his Region’s major sponsorship of the European Ski Orienteering Championships and World Cup competitions held at the region’s outstanding Pearl of Siberia Winter Sports Centre. The sponsorship has in particular made it possible to produce ground breaking live … Continued
Tyumen European Ski Orienteering Championships program ended by the relay. Among the women the gold medal was won by Finland team consisting of KASKINEN Mira, MÖRSKY Sonja and PESU Mervi. The second was team from Russia consisting of KRAVCHENKO Anastasiya, TARASENKO Juliya and RVACHEVA Tatyana. Norwegian team consisting of HELLBERG Christina, ULVENSØEN Anna and ROGNSTAD … Continued
Vladimir Barchukov from Russia won men’s middle distance with 33:29″. The second was russian athlete Andrey Lamov. He was only 4 seconds after Vladimir. The bronze medal with 34:05″ was won by Hans Jørgen Kvåle from Norway. In the same discipline among the women the gold medal with 36:56″ was won by Tove Alexandersson from … Continued
Prize-giving ceremony was conducted by Brain Porteous- President Internation orienteering federation, Leho Haldna- Senior Vice-president, Alexey Kuzmin- Vice-president Russian orienteering federation.
BELOMAZHEV Stanimir from Bulgary won in men’s Mass start. Course with length 23 km he covered for 1:33.50″. The second on the finish was russian orienteer LAMOV Andrey. He yielded 25 seconds to Stanimir. The third was MOHOLDT Lars Hol from Norway with 1:34.40″. PESU Mervi from won the first place among the women in … Continued