The sun was beating down again on Kuortane as the third race of the World University Championships got underway. In 2016, the British team dominated the Sprint race (the first race of the championships that year). In the Women’s race, the team took home two top-10 results with Charlotte Ward (7th) and Megan Carter-Davies (8th), with Katie Reynolds just a bit further back. In the Men’s race, Kris Jones took the Gold medal on a day where it was 4 Brits in the top-12, with Will Gardner in 6th, Peter Hodkinson =9th and Jonathan Crickmore in 12th. It would, of course, be difficult for the team to reprise the performances of two years ago, with a very different course in front of them.
With virtually no climb on either course, the pace would always be high, which brings with it the risk of runners over-running and going into oxygen debt and making mistakes. Technically, the courses were far more challenging than those of the Mixed Sprint Relay two days ago. Though no sections of intricate technicality, there were wide route choices on nearly every leg, so it would be the runner who spotted the quickest routes every time and could hold their speed over the distance who would take home the gold.
Matthew Elkington was the first British runner out into the terrain and performed admirably. Making no mistakes in the early going he was in touch for a good result, but as the race opened up, just slipped back when the later runner's pace began to show. Sasha Chepelin and Katie Reynolds were next up into the terrain, start at virtually the same time. Just prior to the Brits starting, the leading times had been smashed in both the Men’s and the Women’s races. Henry McNulty of Australia had posted a time 30 seconds quicker than any other runner, whilst Aleksandra Hornik of Poland (who anchored the Polish Mixed Sprint Relay team to a medal two days ago) demolished the leading time, being the first runner to dip under 14 minutes, Sasha (who didn’t race the sprint in 2016) started like a rocket, challenging the early leading splits posted by Anton Johansson (SWE) and Paul Sirum (NOR), but he couldn’t quite match the pace of McNulty over the latter stages. It would be 2nd for Sasha at the finish, but soon news filtered through that he had apparently mispunched. For Katie, it was a tale of a significant difference from her race at the 2016 championships. She blitzed through the early splits and held her form strongly through to the finish to take 5th place as the start list passed its halfway point.
Cecilie Andersen and Nathan Lawson were the next Brits up, again starting at virtually the same time. Cecilie lost some time early on but managed to recoup those loses slightly and lost no further time through to the finish, pulling herself up the standings and backing up her solid run from the Sprint Relay. Nathan started well and was on for a possible top-20, but mistakes began to creep in from the halfway point under the heat of the sun, and he gradually drifted back, to finish just 5 seconds ahead of his clubmate Matt Elkington.
Jonathan Crickmore and Chloe Potter were the next runners for Britain out of the start gate, and it would be Jonny that began to light up the timing screens. Starting quickly, he was challenging the leaders throughout the first half of the race, picking good routes and losing no time. Again, similar to so many others, he would drift back in the second half as the heat sapped the energy from the legs. Chloe backed up her decent results from JWOC last week, and put in another solid technical performance, nailing the route choices throughout her race to finish just a handful of seconds down on Andersen.
It was now that the big names came out to play though, with Weiler of Hungary and Ruch of Switzerland posting positive splits across the board in the women’s race to shift Hornik off the top spot, and would finish just 05. Seconds apart, with Weiler coming out the victor. For the Men it was a Kiwi, Tim Robertson, that would deny the Australians gold, beating everyone at each split point to take another World title to back up his two at Junior level in 2014 and 2015. Norwegian Trond Einer Moen Pedersli, one of the final starters, would split the Oceania duo taking the silver medal and pushing McNulty into 3rd.
Finally, after a nervous couple of hours wait, Sasha Chepelin was reinstated into the competition. It had taken until all the control watchers were back from the terrain for them to confirm that he had indeed visited the controls, and was duly reinstated into 5th place.
Full results are here, and for Great Britain are as follows:
Men: Sasha Chepelin – 5th, Jonny Crickmore – 9th, Nathan Lawson – 35th, Matt Elkington – 37th.
Women: Katie Reynolds – 11th, Cecilie Andersen – 33rd, Chloe Potter – 35th.
Quotes from the Team:
Matt Elkington – The race was hard work. I made a couple of bad route choices and made an error close to the finish, but it was an OK run. Areas of the map were quite confusing, not looking anything as expected, so that added an extra challenge to the speed and the heat.
The Long Distance:
It’s back to the forests tomorrow for the final individual discipline, the Long Distance. This is the one that all the athletes want to win, and the one with the most prestige associated with it. The terrain looks like it will be similar to the Middle Distance, so if the temperatures remain hot, it will be a very long and tough day out in the forests for many runners. The terrain for the Middle was rougher underfoot than many expected, though some described it as lovely, so it could all be down to the mentality that the runners take into the events that could give them a result.
Club: Forth Valley Orienteers, Lillomarka OL (Oslo, Norway)
Congratulations on your selection to compete for GBR at the 2018 World Orienteering Championships.
Please tell us...
Who was the first person you told the news to about being selected for the World orienteering Championships?
KJ: "I can't remember. I was confident that I would be selected after my performances at the JK and the European Championships so to have it confirmed was nice, but it wasn't particularly memorable at this stage of my orienteering career."
What made you choose orienteering over any of the other available sports?
KJ: "I did a fair amount of sport when I was younger, but I wasn't ever all that good. I got better at orienteering around the age of 14 and, after seeing that I was quite good at it, orienteering quite quickly became the main focus."
Where is your favourite place to orienteer?
KJ: "I like orienteering on new areas more than I particularly have a favourite place."
What is your favourite training session?
KJ: "I like the routine of training more than anything. Whilst I enjoy hard track sessions and long runs, I also enjoy the 'filler' of recovery running and easier sessions which makes up a week."
How are you preparing for the World Championships in August?
KJ: "I've mostly been based at home since the European Championships and I've been training hard to make sure that I will be in good physical shape to compete. Now, in the last few weeks, orienteering technique training will be a much bigger focus so that I reach the start-line confident in my orienteering."
Who or what will be your biggest threat?
KJ: "I think the biggest threats to a good performance are often simple lapses in concentration or judgement, so much of the focus in the run up to the races will be on getting the mindset right."
Thank you Kris. Congratulations again on being selected to compete in the World Orienteering Championships. We wish you all the best with the rest of your preparation and will be cheering you on during the World Orienteering Championships!
More information about the 2018 World Orienteering Championships can be found here.
In 2016, it was a Swedish domination of the Middle distance, taking the titles in both the Men’s and Women’s courses. Neither Lillian Forsgren nor Oskar Sjorberg were in attendance to defend their titles, so two new champions were guaranteed to be crowned.
Runners were met with hot conditions once again as temperatures crept over 30 degrees, and it could have been that heat combined with the technical forests which caused some of the big mistakes which we saw out on courses. The courses were as expected; a combination of vague but visible forest, with low visibility sections to put the runners under pressure, and with 2.5m contours, it would always be a challenge to have a good feel for the terrain.
The first British athlete out into the terrain was Nathan Lawson, who posted solid splits throughout the first half, being the only man to match the pace of the Finnish runners. Some mistakes crept into Nathan’s run towards the finish as he began to tire, with the runners he was catching possibly providing a distraction from some of the tricky navigation in the final section.
Next up it would be the first two British women out in the forest: Sarah Jones and Fay Walsh. Both made early mistakes on the technical slopes around the first 5 controls, stabilising towards the end but clearly, the forest was incredibly demanding. Ben Mitchell was next into the forest and started positively. Stable throughout he made no major mistakes until the final controls, but didn’t seem to be on the pace of the leaders, and was just pipped by Nathan at the finish.
Chole Potter started well, hitting the first 5 controls cleanly and overtaking all 3 of the runners who started before her. A wide safe route to 6 didn’t lose her time, before again the middle section of the course in the green, low visibility section saw her race came unstuck. Joe Woodley suffered a similar fate, coming unstuck early in the course. There was initial speculation of an injury, but it seems that he retired to save his legs for the Long Distance (possibly a good choice with the state of some runners by the finish).
The last two starters for Britain had it all to play for, with Sasha Chepelin and Megan Carter-Davies both the best chances of a top British result. Megan had a fantastic start, running at the same pace as the eventual winner from Sweden Emma Bjessmo. As happened with so many others, the long leg across the vague terrain into the green (arguably the hardest control on both the courses) cost Megan dearly, and although she worked hard to regain the time, another mistake on the 14th pushed her outside the top-10. Bjessmo would go on to take the win in an emphatic day for the Swedish women which saw them have four runners in the top-6. Sasha managed to put together a fantastic run, performing stably throughout, just gradually slipping back from the leaders. The smallest of errors on the 10th control would cost him a 5th place at the finish by a handful of seconds, but he was safely back in the finish with a good run under the belt. It was then a waiting game to see what the final positions for the Brits would be. The Medals in the Women’s race seemed set, but it was all up for grabs with the Men, with Aleksi Karppinen (FIN), Paul Sirum (NOR), Jens Ronnols (SWE) and Tim Robertson (NZL) all fighting for a medal. It would be the Fin though, that held together the best, taking the first medal for the championships for the host nation.
In the end, Sasha would hold onto the 8th position, 5 places better than the 13th place of Will Gardner at the 2016 championships. Megan’s result gave here 13th in the end, 6 places higher than the best 2016 championship result of Lucy Butt in 19th.
Other results are as follows:
Men: Nathan Lawson – 29th, Ben Mitchell – 34th, Joe Woodley – RTD.
Women: Fay Walsh – 40th, Sarah Jones – 43rd, Chloe Potter – 46th.
The Sprint Distance:
Thursday sees the runners return to the urban discipline. If the Mixed Sprint Relay is anything to judge by, it will be an extremely fast race. It is again urban, with parkland sections interspersed. With expected winning times of 13:25 and 13:20 for the Women and Men respectively, be prepared for some tired runners by the end of the day, particularly if the heat reaches the same levels as the Middle Distance. It again all starts at 08:00 UK time.
At the 2016 championships, the British dominated the sprint discipline, with a gold medal and 3 other men in the top-12 and 2 women in the top-8. Let’s hope that the team can pull off something similar this time. With the team rotations involved, out go Joe Woodley and Ben Mitchell and in come Matthew Elkington and Jonathan Crickmore, whilst in the Women’s race Katie Reynolds and Cecile Anderson come in for Megan Carter-Davies, Fay Walsh and Sarah Jones.
World Masters Orienteering Championships
6 – 13 July 2018
World Masters Orienteering Championships (WMOC) is being held this year for the 23rd time.
The Championships is an annual international orienteering competition and the official world championship for orienteering runners above the age of 35. The classes of competition are divided into men and women and in groups of 5 years age difference. From W35 and M35 to W100 and M100 with a total of 28 classes. The three main disciplines are Sprint, Middle distance and Long distance with qualifications run before the final runs.
The Sprint Final took place in the heart of Copenhagen around the former royal castle Christiansborg, now housing the Danish Parliament.
What a great day to find the first 25 champions of the World Masters Orienteering Championships 2018!
It was really great to see so many GBR Orienteers taking part at the Sprint Final held on Sunday 8th July at Christiansborg Castle.
Congratulations to the GB Sprint Medallists:
M40A Nick Barrable (Bronze)
M55A Graham Patten (Silver)
M60A John Embrey (Gold); Keith Tonkin (Silver)
W40A Sarah Rollins (Silver)
W65A Christine Kiddier (Bronze)
W70A Sheila Carey (Bronze)
Full Sprint Final results can be found here.
Watch a video from the WMOC 2018 Sprint Final here.
GBR results from the WMOC 2018 Sprint Final.
Congratulations to all.
1. Tomas Hendrickx BEL KOL 14:24
31. Duncan Grassie GBR South London Orienteers 17:35 +3:11
1. Jonathan Gunnarsson SWE Malmo OK 12:00
35. Simon Branford GBR Wimborne Orienteers 17:33 +5:33
Grant Clarke GBR British Army OC MP
1. Rune Olsen DEN Tisvilde Hegn OK 14:01
2. Roman Efimov RUS Moscow region 1 4:08 +0:07
3. Nick Barrable GBR South Yorkshire Orienteers 14:11 +0:10
10. Anthony Squire GBR Nottinghamshire Orienteering Club 16:15 +2:14
11. Ross McLennan GBR Forth Valley Orienteers 16:19 +2:18
45. Roger Goddard GBR Forth Valley Orienteers 18:13 +4:12
1. Pauls Platais LAT Ozons 13:13
7. Craig Alexander GBR British Army OC 14:32 +1:19
9. Stu Ebbrell GBR British Army OC 14:45 +1:32
1. Thomas Greve Jensen DEN Tisvilde Hegn OK 13:19
20. Richard Barrett GBR British Army OC 15:36 +2:17
47. Paul Gebbett GBR Bristol Orienteering Klub 16:46 +3:27
66. Dmitry Ushakov GBR London Orienteering Klubb 17:56 +4:37
1. Remigijus Masilionis LTU OK FORTUNA 12:28
15. Kevin Swinbourne GBR British Army OC 13:26 +0:58
72. Dave Dorling GBR Dartford Orienteering Klubb 19:17 +6:49
Brad Connor GBR Forth Valley Orienteers MP
1. Michael Finkenstaedt GER OSC Hamburg 13:02
26. Jon Cross GBR Forth Valley Orienteers 14:30 +1:28
38. Charlie Adams GBR AAOC 14:57 +1:55
44. Richard Parkin GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 15:14 +2:12
46. Tony Burton GBR Mole Valley 15:17 +2:15
50. Mike Brett GBR AAOC 15:35 +2:33
69. Steve Wilson GBR Clydeside Orienteers 16:51 +3:49
74. Brendan Bolland GBR 18:18 +5:16
Martin Ward GBR South Yorkshire Orienteers MP
1. Lars Karlsson SWE Valbo AIF 13:25
11. Pete Huzan GBR South London Orienteers 14:38 +1:13
15. Alan Hickling GBR Saxons Orienteering Club 14:55 +1:30
24. Nick Lightfoot GBR AAOC 15:26 +2:01
26. Matt White GBR AAOC 15:27 +2:02
59. Doug Flint GBR Forth Valley Orienteers 17:21 +3:56
62. Steve Dempsey GBR AAOC 17:26 +4:01
63. Steven Lambert GBR O 63 Vordingborg 17:37 +4:12
1. Mattias Sandqvist SWE Vallentuna Osseby OL 11:15
7. Matthew Lynas GBR OLG Zurich 14:42 +3:27
12. Andy Paterson GBR Clydeside Orienteers 15:27 +4:12
31. Laurence Snowden GBR South Wales Orienteering Club 17:14 +5:59
1. Lukas Jenzer SUI ULUS REISEWELT 12:47
2. Graham Patten GBR Lakeland Orienteering Club 12:48 +0:01
5. Clive Hallett GBR Bristol Orienteering Klub 13:02 +0:15
7. Jon Hollingdale GBR Moravian 13:12 +0:25
14. Neil Crickmore GBR Southdowns Orienteers 13:39 +0:52
20. Gary Longhurst GBR Forth Valley Orienteers 13:59 +1:12
23. Ian Maxwell GBR Roxburgh Reivers 14:05 +1:18
31. David Hunt GBR Bristol Harbourside 14:18 +1:31
41. Mark Saunders GBR Sugar Loaf OK 14:33 +1:46
49. Mike Pedley GBR East Pennine Orienteering Club 14:48 +2:01
54. Alan Honey GBR BOK 15:06 +2:19
1. Hannu Vuorinen FIN Kymin Suunnistajat 13:26
22. Phil Newall GBR Cornwall Orienteering Club 14:55 +1:29
1. Lutz Wohlrabe GER ESV Lok Schoeneweide Berlin 13:41
14. Adrian Wise GBR Southern Navigators Orienteering Club 15:41 +2:00
31. Steve Fellbaum GBR Manchester and District Orienteering Club 16:24 +2:43
40. Mark Collins GBR Dartford Orienteering Klubb 16:58 +3:17
Dave Chaffey GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers MP
1. Jyrki Kiviniitty FIN Helsingin Suunnistajat 12:04
8. Phil Conway GBR Guildford Orienteers 14:27 +2:23
1. John Embrey GBR Deeside Orienteering Club 14:39
2. Keith Tonkin GBR Border Liners 14:40 +0:01
6. Peter Jones GBR Southern Navigators Orienteering Club 15:20 +0:41
9. Martin Dean GBR Forth Valley Orienteers 15:22 +0:43
10. Philip Eeles GBR Southampton Orienteering Club 15:24 +0:45
11. James Crawford GBR Guildford Orienteers 15:26 +0:47
30. Paul Street GBR South London Orienteers 16:45 +2:06
38. Charles Daniel GBR Sugar Loaf OK 17:07 +2:28
48. Graham Capper GBR Lakeland Orienteering Club 17:35 +2:56
49. Alastair Mackenzie GBR Cleveland Orienteering Klub 17:38 +2:59
58. Rob Parkinson GBR DEVON 18:07 +3:28
Robert Hickling GBR Grampian Orienteers MP
1. Sten Gustafsson SWE Eds SK 13:58
2. Tapio Tikkanen FIN Savon Suunta 15:05 +1:07
3. Andrew Quickfall GBR SROC 15:27 +1:29
18. Andy Robinson GBR South London Orienteers 16:23 +2:25
30. Richard Tiley GBR Lakeland Orienteering Club 16:47 +2:49
31. Ian Byrne GBR South Midlands Orienteering Club 16:48 +2:50
40. Charles Spence GBR London Orienteering Klubb 16:58 +3:00
41. Alasdair Wilson Craw GBR 16:59 +3:01
52. Mike Snell GBR Octavian Droobers 17:31 +3:33
58. Stephen Kimberley GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 17:59 +4:01
68. Mikhail Gryaznevich GBR Thames Valley Orienteering Club 18:41 +4:43
1. Mikhail Lukin RUS Krasnogorsk 12:24
2. Leif Gustafsson SWE Saterbygdens OK 13:45 +1:21
3. Donald Grassie GBR Moravian 14:02 +1:38
28. Sandy Burgon GBR Bristol Orienteering Klub 15:37 +3:13
35. David Harper GBR Guildford Orienteers 15:57 +3:33
41. Graham Pring GBR Cornwall Orienteering Club 16:18 +3:54
62. David Roach GBR South London Orienteers 18:06 +5:42
1. Gerrit van de Riet NED OLifant 13:14
2. Roger Coombs GBR Mar orienteering club 13:19 +0:05
39. Mike Forrest GBR Sugar Loaf OK 23:47 +10:33
1. Sigurd Daehli NOR Loten OL 11:30
20. Jonathan Howell GBR Walton Chasers 12:58 +1:28
25. Don McKerrow GBR South London Orienteers 13:08 +1:38
31. David Jukes GBR Berkshire Orienteers 13:17 +1:47
34. Kevin Pickering GBR Wimborne Orienteers 13:27 +1:57
43. John Britton GBR Manchester and District Orienteering Club 13:43 +2:13
64. Robin Smith GBR Southdowns Orienteers 14:43 +3:13
1. Ola Brox NOR OL TotenTroll 14:32
4. Alan Leakey GBR South London Orienteers 14:46 +0:14
10. Mike Godfree GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 15:12 +0:40
13. Keith Willdig GBR Octavian Droobers 15:21 +0:49
73. David Rosen GBR SROC 19:54 +5:22
1. Robert Dredge GBR Great Britain 12:00
12. Dave Chapman GBR Southern Navigators Orienteering Club 15:41 +3:41
17. Andy Payne GBR Deeside Orienteering Club 15:58 +3:58
25. Stephen Richards GBR SELOC 16:32 +4:32
29. Chris SHAW GBR East Pennine Orienteering Club 17:02 +5:02
37. Barry Olds GBR Cornwall Orienteering Club 17:24 +5:24
49. Mike Bolton GBR Mole Valley 18:17 +6:17
1. Jan Arve Solli NOR Askoy OL 11:21
2. Keld Gade DEN Viborg OK 11:46 +0:25
3. Nigel Hoult GBR Berkshire Orienteers 12:02 +0:41
4. Eddie Harwood GBR Moravian 12:33 +1:12
31. Peter Heywood GBR KERNO 16:49 +5:28
32. Ranald Macdonald GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 16:54 +5:33
44. John Shaw GBR South Midlands Orienteering Club 18:44 +7:23
1. Janne Brunstedt DEN OK Roskilde 12:07
5. Martin Wilson GBR Berkshire Orienteers 12:43 +0:36
6. Peter Gorvett GBR CADOC 12:57 +0:50
17. Christopher Branford GBR Wimborne Orienteers 13:55 +1:48
30. David May GBR South London Orienteers 14:28 +2:21
33. Andrew Middleton GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 14:35 +2:28
37. Richard Spendlove GBR East Pennine Orienteering Club 14:44 +2:37
38. Peter Carey GBR Octavian Droobers 14:47 +2:40
43. Dave Coustick GBR Forth Valley Orienteers 15:09 +3:02
65. Ian Cooper GBR South Yorkshire Orienteers 16:31 +4:24
1. Edvin Helle NOR Askvoll og Holmedal IL 12:27
33. Geoffrey Hensman GBR Forth Valley Orienteers 14:23 +1:56
36. Derek Gale GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 14:31 +2:04
43. Chris Rostron GBR Manchester and District Orienteering Club 15:03 +2:36
53. Ian Watson GBR Manchester and District Orienteering Club 15:39 +3:12
57. Rex Bleakman GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 16:00 +3:33
1. Gunnar Ericsson SWE Gavle OK 13:07
9. John Harrison GBR BADO 14:50 +1:43
12. Patrick Squire GBR Interlopers 14:56 +1:49
15. Keith Sykes GBR East Pennine Orienteering Club 15:02 +1:55
26. Colin Drury GBR South Yorkshire Orienteers 15:39 +2:32
1. Bengt Olof Johansson SWE Stangenas AIS 11:07
7. Roger Smith GBR Lakeland Orienteering Club 14:00 +2:53
10. Brian Hart GBR Sarum 14:09 +3:02
27. Anthony Barrable GBR Royal Air Force Orienteering RAFO 16:02 +4:55
30. Christopher Drew GBR Eborienteers 16:14 +5:07
35. John Palmer GBR NOC Rushcliffe 16:25 +5:18
68. John Cooke GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 21:10 +10:03
1. Aleksandr Kozmov RUS Everest Russia LO 10:25
13. Neil Croasdell GBR East Pennine Orienteering Club 14:29 +4:04
24. Doug Edwards GBR Manchester and District Orienteering Club 18:33 +8:08
33. Fred Ross GBR East Pennine Orienteering Club 19:48 +9:23
38. Brian Yates GBR Edinburgh Southern Orienteering Club 20:53 +10:28
1. Helmut Conrad GER USV TU Dresden 11:47
14. Keith Henderson GBR Wimborne Orienteers 14:42 +2:55
27. Tom Edelsten GBR Chigwell and Epping Forest Orienteering Club 15:25 +3:38
1. Stig Israelsson SWE OK Tyloskog 11:02
7. Brian Shaw GBR CADOC 13:53 +2:51
9. David Mawdsley GBR Manchester and District Orienteering Club 14:15 +3:13
1. Toshio Onoye JPN OLP Hyogo 11:40
2. Clive Allen GBR Southern Navigators Orienteering Club 12:22 +0:42
16. Trevor Simpson GBR Octavian Droobers 17:52 +6:12
1. Alois Laznicka CZE Hana Orienteering 10:55
4. Guy Goodair GBR East Pennine Orienteering Club 11:49 +0:54
1. Bent Mortensen DEN OK 73 11:53
2. Frank Martindale GBR 3Roc 12:34 +0:41
13. Andrew Gregory GBR Manchester and District Orienteering Club 15:07 +3:14
22. Rod Shaw GBR East Pennine Orienteering Club 17:22 +5:29
26. Rodney Freeburn GBR Norfolk Orienteering Club 19:04 +7:11
28. Peter Bellarby GBR Grampian Orienteers 19:34 +7:41
1. Martin Hutzli SUI ol biel seeland 11:26
1. Paul Forseth NOR OL Trollelg 11:24
1. Karleric Fransson SWE Trollhattans SOK 18:31
1. Katarina Lamiova SVK ATU Kosice 14:19
5. Laura Goy GBR Sugar Loaf OK 14:54 +0:35
27. Jane Baldock GBR Sugar Loaf OK 18:59 +4:40
1. Jennifer Warg GER Skizunft Wiesbaden 13:33
11. Tereza Maria Rush GBR BOK 15:46 +2:13
17. Ruth Forrest GBR Sugar Loaf OK 17:31 +3:58
23. Laura Clarke GBR British Army OC 19:35 +6:02
24. Ruth Landrigan GBR BOK 21:08 +7:35
26. Myra McAdam GBR Roxburgh Reivers 31:05 +17:32
1. Simone Niggli SUI ol norska 13:07
2. Sarah Rollins GBR Southern Navigators Orienteering Club 14:15 +1:08
1. Karin Rham Bjorneld SWE Kalmar OK 14:07
12. Freya Askham GBR South Midlands Orienteering Club 15:57 +1:50
1. Natasha Key AUS Melbourne Forest Racers 13:41
14. Sher Dorling GBR Dartford Orienteering Klubb 17:23 +3:42
17. Amanda Crawshaw GBR AAOC 17:39 +3:58
33. Beccy Osborn GBR Forth Valley Orienteers 19:48 +6:07
1. Gisela Lind SWE FK Herkules 13:59
23. Lesley Ward GBR South Yorkshire Orienteers 18:59 +5:00
40. Valerie Paterson GBR Clydeside Orienteers 25:10 +11:11
1. Liselotte Freuler SUI ULUS REISEWELT 13:11
21. Rona Molloy GBR Forth Valley Orienteers 16:05 +2:54
21. Sal Chaffey GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 16:05 +2:54
24. Louise Longhurst GBR Forth Valley Orienteers 16:08 +2:57
28. Sue Bett GBR Southern Navigators Orienteering Club 16:22 +3:11
69. Kathleen Inch GBR Forth Valley Orienteers 19:10 +5:59
Cathy Tilbrook GBR Forth Valley Orienteers MP
Delia Kingsbury GBR Wrekin Orienteers MP
Sarah Francis GBR Southern Navigators Orienteering Club MP
1. Maria Olofsson SWE Linkopings OK 14:48
8. Woo Allen GBR British Army OC 16:07 +1:19
11. Rachel Wilson GBR Clydeside Orienteers 16:28 +1:40
26. Dawn Goddard GBR Forth Valley Orienteers 17:53 +3:05
48. Marie Claire Shankland GBR Forth Valley Orienteers 19:18 +4:30
55. Jane Yates GBR CADOC 19:47 +4:59
69. Anne Cunningham GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 21:37 +6:49
1. Laila Hoglund SWE FK Herkules 12:54
7. Hazel Dean GBR Forth Valley Orienteers 14:13 +1:19
14. Louise Dunn GBR Lakeland Orienteering Club 14:52 +1:58
16. Alice Bedwell GBR Sugar Loaf OK 15:05 +2:11
17. Lindsey Knox GBR Roxburgh Reivers 15:06 +2:12
41. Vicky Thornton GBR Manchester and District Orienteering Club 15:56 +3:02
71. Susan Crickmore GBR Southdowns Orienteers 18:01 +5:07
1. Heather Fellbaum GBR Manchester and District Orienteering Club 13:25
2. Daria Lepori SUI ULUS REISEWELT 14:46 +1:21
3. Eileen Maxwell GBR Roxburgh Reivers 15:04 +1:39
6. Karen Quickfall GBR SROC 16:45 +3:20
11. Caroline Mackenzie GBR Cleveland Orienteering Klub 17:09 +3:44
17. Sue Russell GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 17:38 +4:13
25. Julia Laverack GBR CADOC 18:09 +4:44
28. Helen Nisbet GBR South Midlands Orienteering Club 18:27 +5:02
53. Heather Walton GBR 19:45 +6:20
67. Anne Tynegate GBR BADO 21:18 +7:53
77. Fiona Johnston GBR Roxburgh Reivers 25:31 +12:06
79. Debbie Charlton GBR South Midlands Orienteering Club 28:20 +14:55
1. Anica Hribar SLO Orientacijski klub Brezice 11:46
9. Adele Newall GBR Cornwall Orienteering Club 14:28 +2:42
23. Anne Kimberley GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 17:09 +5:23
35. Julie Collins GBR Dartford Orienteering Klubb 18:21 +6:35
41. Marion Shipman GBR London Orienteering Klubb 24:01 +12:15
Adele Appleby GBR QO MP
1. Gillian Ingham NZL Wellington Orienteering Club 13:52
4. Ann Cranke GBR Cleveland Orienteering Klub 14:11 +0:19
5. Jane Anthony GBR SROC 14:21 +0:29
16. Jackie Hallett GBR Bristol Orienteering Klub 15:07 +1:15
18. Diane Leakey GBR South London Orienteers 15:09 +1:17
35. Marion Payne Bird GBR Guildford Orienteers 16:25 +2:33
45. Helen Kelsey GBR Sugar Loaf OK 16:48 +2:56
47. Linda Pakuls GBR Wimborne Orienteers 16:54 +3:02
77. Trish Coombs GBR Mar orienteering club 20:48 +6:56
1. Avramenko Larisa BLR Standart 14:02
1. Tuire Niemi FIN Tampereen Pyrinto 14:02
3. Gunilla Larsson SWE Bredareds IF 14:12 +0:10
3. Kathy Haynes GBR South London Orienteers 14:12 +0:10
7. Janet Cronk GBR West Anglian Orienteering Club 14:18 +0:16
8. Pauline McAdam GBR Roxburgh Reivers 14:21 +0:19
14. Jane Burgess GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 15:02 +1:00
31. Maggie Roach GBR South London Orienteers 15:36 +1:34
38. Christine Robinson GBR South London Orienteers 16:06 +2:04
41. Rhona Fraser GBR INVOC 16:13 +2:11
61. Linda Hayles GBR East Pennine Orienteering Club 17:24 +3:22
1. Gunilla Kreiss SWE Jarla Orientering 11:55
30. Oonagh Grassie GBR Grampian Orienteers 18:10 +6:15
49. Pauline Olds GBR Cornwall Orienteering Club 22:34 +10:39
56. Annabel Pring GBR Cornwall Orienteering Club 24:18 +12:23
1. Unni Strand Karlsen NOR Fredrikstad Skiklubb 11:35
2. Maria Nordwall SWE OK Kolmarden 12:43 +1:08
3. Christine Kiddier GBR Border Liners 13:05 +1:30
10. Sarah Brown GBR South London Orienteers 14:32 +2:57
19. Inara Gipsle GBR Thames Valley Orienteering Club 15:01 +3:26
21. Janice Nisbet GBR Edinburgh Southern Orienteering Club 15:06 +3:31
22. Miriam Rosen GBR SROC 15:11 +3:36
34. Judith Holt GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 16:25 +4:50
36. Vivien Macdonald GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 16:31 +4:56
41. Lynne Walker GBR Badenoch and Strathspey OC 16:44 +5:09
55. Liz Drew GBR Eborienteers 17:28 +5:53
73. Julie Astin GBR Wessex 20:00 +8:25
1. Anneli Bergstrom FIN Espoon Suunta 14:27
6. Anne May GBR South London Orienteers 16:39 +2:12
9. Rosie Shaw GBR South Midlands Orienteering Club 16:57 +2:30
12. Jean Payne GBR Deeside Orienteering Club 17:05 +2:38
20. Christine King GBR BOK 17:37 +3:10
27. Jean Fitzgerald GBR Saxons Orienteering Club 18:38 +4:11
34. Margaret Dearman GBR Moravian 19:28 +5:01
50. Heather Forrest GBR Sugar Loaf OK 20:48 +6:21
62. Margaret Willdig GBR Octavian Droobers 22:56 +8:29
Jane Payne GBR East Pennine Orienteering Club MP
1. Jurate Uleviciene LTU OK Labirintas 13:06
7. Lynn Branford GBR Wimborne Orienteers 17:29 +4:23
36. Wendy Lynas GBR OLG Zurich 25:45 +12:39
1. Tamara Ovsiannikova RUS Rus veteran 11:53
2. Mara Plaude LAT DR Krasts 13:06 +1:13
2. Sheila Carey GBR Octavian Droobers 13:06 +1:13
9. Sue Hands GBR Wimborne Orienteers 13:52 +1:59
14. Joan Noble GBR INVOC 14:54 +3:01
20. Sue Bicknell GBR Octavian Droobers 15:18 +3:25
25. Ann Smith GBR Lakeland Orienteering Club 15:43 +3:50
28. Hilary Palmer GBR NOC Rushcliffe 16:08 +4:15
47. Karin Kirk GBR Octavian Droobers 17:51 +5:58
56. Gill Ross GBR East Pennine Orienteering Club 18:34 +6:41
65. Christine Middleton GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 19:35 +7:42
1. Liz Godfree GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 12:30
9. Jen Gale GBR Derwent Valley Orienteers 15:47 +3:17
13. Julie Brook GBR Manchester and District Orienteering Club 16:51 +4:21
17. Monika Cooper GBR South Yorkshire Orienteers 17:16 +4:46
18. Lindsey Hensman GBR Forth Valley Orienteers 17:22 +4:52
19. Thelma Spalton GBR Octavian Droobers 17:28 +4:58
45. Jo Thornley GBR Airienteers 20:39 +8:09
1. LIIS LILLE EST Harju KEK RSK 14:48
1. Torid Kvaal NOR Freidig 11:15
8. Judith Goodair GBR East Pennine Orienteering Club 13:39 +2:24
28. Hilary Simpson GBR Octavian Droobers 15:51 +4:36
38. Pat Hart GBR Sarum 17:10 +5:55
1. Mariann Kjellberg SWE Bredareds IF 11:54
1. Inge Madsen DEN OK 73 11:49
16. Sue Birkinshaw GBR Manchester and District Orienteering Club 20:09 +8:20
19. Margaret Gregory GBR Manchester and District Orienteering Club 21:41 +9:52
1. Brigitte Schmiedeberg GER SV Turbine Neubrandenburg 14:09
1. Guldborg Sovik NOR Il Gneist 14:27
5. Eileen Bedwell GBR Sugar Loaf OK 22:07 +7:40
Today sees the WMOC Forest Qualification taking place at Tisvilde Hegn.
The Middle Final takes place tomorrow (Wednesday 11th July) at Tisvilde Hegn.
The Long and Middle-distance competitions are held in North Sealand – with qualification race and Middle Final in Tisvilde Hegn and Long Final in Grib Skov.
British Orienteering would like to wish all members competing at the World Masters Orienteering Championships a great week of competitive International orienteering.