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How to follow

There will be live TV production on IOF TV during all races, commentary will be in English and Norwegian.

The traditional TV in national channels will be shown in Sweden, Finland, France and Czechia. See detail and links on World Cup page.

Broadcast schedule:
2 august – Sprint 16:00-18:30
3 august – Sprint relay 17:00-18:30
5 august – Middle 11:00-15:30
6 august – Long 11:00-15:30

Live results and tracking will be available here on IOF Live pages.


World Cup


Round Competition Date Format
1 – Norway 1 27 April Long
2 29 April Middle
3 30 April Relay
2 – Czechia 4 2 Aug Sprint
5 3 Aug Sprint Relay
6 5 Aug Middle
7 6 Aug Long
3 – Italy 8 4 Oct Sprint
EOC 9 6 Oct Sprint Relay
10 8 Oct Knock-Out Sprint


The Individual World Cup consist of seven competition. The total score is the sum of the scores of each competition.

The teams World Cup is defined as the sum of all scores from both relay and individual competitions according to the following principle:

  • Individual races: The sum of the four best runners per team (nation), both Men and Women
  • Relay: The individual scoring * 10
  • Sprint Relay: The individual scoring * 20
Česká Lípa

Česká Lípa is a town in the Liberec Region in the northern part of the Czechia. It lies about 38 kilometres west of Liberec and 100 kilometres north of Prague. The town has about 37,000 inhabitants nowadays and was built near a ford on the Ploučnice river. The highest point of the municipal territory is Špičák with an altitude of 459 metres. The current territory of the town was permanently settled around the 13th century. The modern urban development of the town was influenced by industrial production and uranium mining in the region. Residential neighbourhoods consisting of large amounts of prefabricated housing were built on the outskirts, while the town centre was preserved and declared as an urban monument zone.

Many monuments remind us of the rich history of the city. For example the Lipý Water Castle, built in the 13th century, where many cultural events take place in its ruins today. Other sights include the former Augustinian Monastery, founded by Albrecht von Wallenstein in 1627, with the Loretan Chapel. There are also a number of churches, historic townhouses and the neo-renaissance town hall or the fountain on T. G. Masaryk Square from 1837, which is fully functional during summer even now.

Korce – Kokořínsko

Beautiful natural region of rocks, small lakes and villages full of traditional architecture. Kokořínsko is located near Doksy, and it is known for its romantic gorges and unique sandstone towers, gates, windows and other formations. The greatest feature of this area is the castle Kokořín, placed above the Kokořín pit, main pit of the Kokořín area. The pit is 14 km long and it is a natural reservation with a range of natural attractions. To name the most famous: Pokličky – mushroom formed rock columns, approximately 2 km away from castle Kokořín. The Cinibulkova trail will guide you through the most beautiful places, going from Romanov to Pokličky. Geologically, Kokořínsko belongs to the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin. It is formed of mesozoic sediments, mainly coarse-grained sandstone. Sandstone sedimented here 80–90 millions years ago, when the area was flooded by a prehistoric sea. There are deep canyon-shaped valleys in the sandstone plateaus, where numerous rock towers have formed on the edges through weathering.