Updated 2022-09-29 05:08 (GTM+00:00)

1 Kasper Harlem Fosser 222
2 Martin Regborn 180
3 Gustav Bergman 173
4 Tim Robertson 160
5 Matthias Kyburz 157
6 Eskil Kinneberg 151
7 Miika Kirmula 133
8 Emil Svensk 132
9 Anton Johansson 111
10 Albin Ridefelt 100
1 Tove Alexandersson 307
2 Simona Aebersold 217
3 Venla Harju 194
4 Lina Strand 175
5 Marika Teini 156
6 Andrine Benjaminsen 121
7 Megan Carter Davies 117
8 Tereza Janosikova 112
9 Ane Dyrkorn 110
10 Sabine Hauswirth 102

World Cup

World Cup Final: Home nation Switzerland dominates Relays

The first races of the World Cup Final weekend, the relays, were both won by Switzerland, always strong on home terrain. Joey Hadorn and Simona Aebersold on the third legs brought their teams home in front by 32 seconds ...

Running in ski slopes helped Martin Regborn get fit for the World Cup

Martin Regborn will head into the World Cup final in Davos Klosters in second position in the overall standings. Less than two months ago, he achieved the greatest international result this far in his career, when he won...

Simona Aebersold looks forward to tough World Cup-terrain on home ground

When the World Cup final kicks off in Switzerland this weekend, Simona Aebersold has the best chance to win a medal among the Swiss runners in front of the home crowd in Davos Klosters. Ahead of the three final World Cup...

Kasper Fosser chases second World Cup title in Davos

Kasper Fosser (NOR) had a phenomenal finish to last year’s World Cup season, where he won both individual races in Italy and thereby secured his first overall World Cup victory by nearly 100 points. Going into this year’...

The World Cup season will come to a breathtaking end in the Alps

The international orienteering season will come to a spectacular end this weekend, when Switzerland hosts the World Cup round 3 in Davos Klosters. All three competitions: Relay, Middle distance and Long distance take pla...