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
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
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
Team leaders meeting mixed sprint relay
Dear friends! We released Bulletin №4.
Dear Colleagues, Welcome to the West Siberia – to the capital of Russian oil and gas industry – to the European Championships in orienteering and the next stage of World Cup orienteering competitions! Conducting such significant sports events in European and World level in our region, we consider as a sign of respect for our … Continued
Dear friends! We released Bulletin №3.
The delegation included: Sixten Sild (Estonia) – Senior Event Adviser Markus Puusepp (Estonia) – Assistant Event Adviser Bliznevsky Alexander (Rus) – Vice – President of the Russian orienteering Federation, national controller Belyaev Sergey – President of the Russian orienteering Federation Karel Jonak( Czech Republic) TV producer Per Frost(Sweden) TV producer The delegation assessed the sports … Continued
The map of the Ski Center ‘Pearl of Siberia’ The stadium is located in a natural bowl kept away from wind blowing. There are three terrain zones in the area: steep slopes going from 10 to 30 % with the altitude of 60 meters, valleys and depressions up to 25 meters deep, gentle slopes with … Continued