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The 22nd World Ski Orienteering Championships in Krasnoyarsk

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Location:  
Multi-purpose Complex «Biathlon Academy»
Dates:
5-13 march 2017

The World Ski Orienteering Championships (WSOC) – is the official event to award the titles of World Champions in Ski Orienteering. It is organized under the authority of the IOF and the appointed Federation. The World Championships is held once in two years since 1975. The World Ski Orienteering Championships in Krasnoyarsk gathered the strongest representatives of this sport and became a test of the Biathlon Academy venue and the Winter Universiade 2019 Organising Committee team. Krasnoyarsk for the second time in its history hosted a competition in ski orienteering of such a level. A total of 122 athletes along with members of delegations from 21 countries participated in the event.

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Competitions were held on the territory of the Multi-purpose Complex “Biathlon Academy”, which is the reserve venue for the competitions in ski orienteering within the Winter Universiade 2019.

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Each Federation entered up to 5 athletes in every team in individual competitions and one team in the Relay. The programme included Sprint Relay, Sprint, Long distance, Middle and Relay (3 stages). The World Championships 2017 resulted in revealing the leader of the medal count, the National Team of Sweden - five gold and two silver medals; the Russian team took the second place with three gold, six silver, and two bronze medals; Bulgarians had one gold medal; the Finnish athletes won one silver and four bronze medals; the Norwegian team won two bronze medals; and a bronze of the Czech Republic team. You can follow the developments of the World Championships 2017 here.

Results

7 march, mixed relay – highlights

1. Sweden

2. Russia

3. Finland

8 march, sprint (women) – highlights

1. Tove Alexandersson (Sweden)

2. Polina Frolova (Russia)

3. Salla Koskela (Finland)

8 march, sprint (men) – highlights

1. Ulrik Nordberg (Sweden)

2. Andrey Lamov (Russia)

3. Sergey Gorlanov (Russia)

9 march, middle (women) – highlights

1. Tove Alexandersson (Sweden)

2. Polina Frolova (Russia)

3. Salla Koskela (Finland)

10 march, middle (men) – highlights

1. Stanimir Belozhavev (Bulgaria)

2. Erik Rost (Sweden)

3. Lars Moholdt (Norway)

11 march, long (women) – highlights

1. Mariya Kechkina (Russia)

2. Alena Trapeznikova (Russia)

3. Polina Frolova (Russia)

11 march, long (men) – highlights

1. Erik Rost (Sweden)

2. Kirill Veselov (Russia)

3. Lars Moholdt (Norway)

12 march, relay (women) – highlights

1. Russia

2. Finland

3. Czech Republic

12 march, relay (men) – highlights

1. Russia

2. Sweden

3. Finland