On the final day of the European Orienteering Championships (EOC) in the Ticino, the Long-distance titles went to Olav Lundanes (No) on the men’s side and Tove Alexandersson (Sd) on the women’s side.
The British team fought hard in a tough competition with challenging steep terrain and produced some commendable results. Cat Taylor headlining with 18th securing a Top 20 in every discipline at the championships for the British Team.
British Results: 18. Cat Taylor, 31. Jessica Tullie, 43. Hollie Orr.
British Results: 28. Hector Haines, 29. Alan Cherry, 37. Alasdair McLeod.
The British Team now return and many will be competing at the British Championships this weekend before selection for the World Championships at the end of the month.