Day program


Live 15:01-17:00 (UTC +2)

Please read the Welcome page before purchasing a competition and note that all printed times are in local event time, UTC +2.

Web-TV will cover Women’s and Men’s Semi finals and finals.  English commentary by Katherine Bett and Jonas Merz. Women’s and Men’s competition will be followed in parallell.

Knock-Out Sprint format and schedule

The Knock-Out Sprint format is a newly introduced format to the Orienteering World Cup and will also be staged on the Nokian Tyres World Orienteering championships in 2020. You can also warm up with the World Cup final 2018, Knock-Out Sprint Web-TV broadcast here.

Link to Knock-Out Sprint definition
Link to WOC 2020
Link to Web-TV Broadcast from World Cup final 2018

Qualification race

The qualification round is an shorter, individual start, sprint competition where it is all about to individually run a sprint course and have the top 12 best running time in your heat. All athletes are allocated to three different parallell heats, each with an estimated winning time of 8-10 minutes. The best 12 in each qualification heat qualify for the Quarter finals.

09:00 First starters for Women and Men (Live results start)

Quarter finals – The first Knock-Out round

It is now the Knock-Out starts and it is first to finish that matters. 6 athletes stand on the start line in each heat and start at the same time. The first 3 to finish in each heat qualify for the semi finals.

All 36 qualifiers  are divided into 6 Quarter finals with 6 athletes in each quarterfinal.

10:50 First Quarter final start (Live results start)

Semi finals

3 Heats with 6 athletes. The two”first to finsh” in each heat qualify for the final.

15:01 Web TV start
15:10 Start Women 1
15:22 Start Women 2
15:34 Start Women 3
15:47 Start Men 1
15:59 Start Men 2
16:10 Start Men 3

The Final

One final with 6 athletes. First to finish wins the World Cup Competition.

16:25: Start Final Women
16:37: Flower Ceremony Women
16:43: Start Final Men
16:55: Flower Ceremony Men
17:00: Web-TV end

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Official top 6


1. Tove Alexandersson (SWE)
2. Tereza Janosikova (CZE)
3. Elena Roos (SUI)
4. Natalia Gemperle (RUS)
5. Sabine Hauswirth (SUI)
6. Martina Ruch (SUI)


1. Vojtech Kral (CZE)
2. Joey Hadorn (SUI)
3. Ralph Street (GBR)
4. Yannick Michiels (BEL)
5. Gustav Bergman (SWE)
6. Kristian Jones (GBR)