World Cup News

World Cup 2022: Clear winners, but Finals bring changes in top six

Before these two individual races in Davos, Tove Alexandersson and Kasper Fosser were close to assuring themselves of first place and €5000 in prize money, and both achieved this with a race to spare. They have both had ...

World Cup Final Long Distance: Simona Aebersold and Daniel Hubmann take top placings

Long Distance winners on a fantastic course in the sunny Swiss Alps today were Simona Aebersold and Daniel Hubmann, the latter at 39 years old still able to tackle the steep slopes and long legs better than anyone else. ...

World Cup Final Middle race: Emphatic wins for Alexandersson and Fosser

Tove Alexandersson, Sweden, and Kasper Fosser, Norway, both showed their superior class today with clear victories in the World Cup Final Middle Distance race. Alexandersson’s margin was 30 seconds and Fosser’s an outsta...

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...

Fosser and Alexandersson wins World Cup Sprint in Borås

Last year’s overall World Cup winners Kasper Fosser (NOR) and Tove Alexandersson (SWE) had a great start to their title defence – both winning the individual sprint in Borås, Sweden on Thursday. The sprint went in ...

CX80 World Cup: Braendli and Ludvik shares lead, Søgaard ahead in women’s

Simon Braendli (SUI) and Vojtech Ludvik (CZE) will share the prize money awarded to the CX80 World Cup leaders after EMTBOC in Lithuania, as they both scored 100 points during the Sprint and Long Distance Friday and Satu...

ESOC Sprint Relay cancelled due to heavy wind – postponed to Tuesday

Due to very strong wind and a blizzard in the competition area of Chepelare, it has been decided to cancel Sundays sprint relay at the European Ski Orienteering Championships in Bulgaria. The competition should have star...

IOF Training Camp at Idre Fjäll in August 2022 – an opportunity for ambitious athletes

Idre Fjäll is an orienteering hub in Sweden offering demanding terrain in a wilderness environment. The World Cup round 2 in 2021 was held here and the results showed how challenging the terrain is. The IOF has an ambiti...