A good option to take the train to the Orienteering World Cup

The Orienteering World Cup will be held in Laufen, Switzerland this weekend. The location in central Europe makes the train a good travel option from other European countries. Some Swedish athletes, including the overall...

2019-09-25

Exciting World Cup races in Switzerland coming up

Can Tove Alexandersson, Sweden maintain her unbeaten record in this year’s World Cup? The biggest challenge comes from an unexpected quarter – Maja Alm, Denmark is added to the entry list as her season in athletics comes...

2019-09-23

The man in the middle – Jaroslav Kacmarcik

The orienteering world turns its attention next month to the first ever Orienteering World Cup event to be held in China. Certainly a big step for Chinese orienteering and for orienteering globally. And for Jaroslav Kacm...

2019-09-20

90 seconds start interval at World Cup Sprint

At World Cup Round 3 in Switzerland the start interval in the Sprint will be 90 seconds. The organiser has applied for a rules deviation to enable the use of a 90 seconds start interval for all athletes in the A-Finals. ...

2019-09-19

Financial support for development projects of sub-regional groups

The IOF Regional and Youth Development Commission (RYDC) will select a number of development projects to receive financial support for 2020....