Previous years

Scroll down for top-three athletes per year.

2020 – Season was cancelled due to COVID-19

The planned program:

  • Round 1: Neuchatel – SUI
  • Round 2: Idre – SWE
  • Round 3: Cansiglio – ITA

2019 – Sweden in top

The World Cup consisted of four round, one of them being the Nokian Tyres World Championships. The decisive round was held in Guangdong, China. The two individual winners were Tove Alexandersson and Gustav Bergman, both from Sweden. Tove won 8 out of 9 individual races, completing a strike of six consecutive years. Sweden also won the teams cup, ahead of Switzerland and Finland.

Link to overall World Cup info, results and standings

TV broadcasts can be found through links below:

2018 – Repeat winners

Winner of the World Cup 2018 were Tove Alexandersson and Matthias Kyburz, both repeating victories from 2016 and 2017.  The Cup started at European Championships in Switzerland, continuing at the World Orienteering Championships in Latvia, followed by 2 competitions in Norway and ended with the final competitions in Czech Republic. Switzerland won the teams cup

Link to overall World Cup info, results and final standings

TV broadcasts for round 1 in Italy can be found below:

Link to Middle distance Final Web-TV
Link to Sprint Final Web-TV
Link to Sprint Relay Web-TV
Link to Long distance Web-TV
Link to Relay Web-TV

2017

The overall winners were Tove Alexandersson, Sweden and Matthias Kyburz, Switzerland. Both won rather comfortably with some margin. Sweden won the teams cup.

Link to overall World Cup info, results and final standings

2016

The overall winners were Tove Alexandersson, Sweden and Matthias Kyburz, Switzerland. Team World Cup was won by Switzerland.

Link to overall World Cup info, results and final standings

2015

The overall winners were Tove Alexandersson, Sweden and Daniel Hubmann, Switzerland.

Link to overall World Cup info, results and final standings

2014

The overall winners were Tove Alexandersson, Sweden and Daniel Hubmann, Switzerland.

Link to overall World Cup info, results and final standings

2013-1986

Link

 

Top three per year

 

Women

Year

First place

Second place

Third place

1986 Ellen Sofie Olsvik NOR Jorunn Teigen NOR Karin Rabe SWE
1988 Ragnhild Bratberg NOR Brit Volden NOR Jana Galikova TCH
1990 Ragnhild B Andersen NOR Ragnhild Bratberg NOR Katarina Borg SWE
1992 Marita Skogum SWE Jana Cieslarova TCH Yvette Hague GBR
1994 Marlena Jansson SWE Yvette Hague GBR Hanne Staff NOR
1996 Gunilla Svärd SWE Marlena Jansson SWE Hanne Staff NOR
1998 Hanne Staff NOR Johanna Asklöf FIN Katarina Borg SWE
2000 Hanne Staff NOR Simone Niggli SUI Heather Monro GBR
2002 Simone Niggli SUI Vroni König-Salmi SUI Hanne Staff NOR
2004 Simone Niggli SUI Tatyana Riabkina RUS Karolina Arewång-Højsgaard SWE
2005 Simone Niggli SUI Vroni König-Salmi SUI Anne Margrethe Hausken NOR
2006 Simone Niggli SUI Marianne Andersen NOR Minna Kauppi FIN
2007 Simone Niggli SUI Heli Jukkola FIN Minna Kauppi FIN
2008 Anne Margrethe Hausken NOR Minna Kauppi FIN Helena Jansson SWE
2009 Simone Niggli SUI Marianne Andersen NOR Helena Jansson SWE
2010 Simone Niggli SUI Helena Jansson SWE Maja Alm DEN
2011 Helena Jansson SWE Minna Kauppi FIN Lena Eliasson SWE
2012 Simone Niggli SUI Minna Kauppi FIN Tatyana Riabkina RUS
2013 Simone Niggli SUI Tove Alexandersson SWE Annika Billstam SWE
2014 Tove Alexandersson SWE Judith Wyder SUI Maja Alm DEN
2015 Tove Alexandersson SWE Sara Luescher SUI Nadiya Volynska UKR
2016 Tove Alexandersson SWE Judith Wyder SUI Maja Alm DEN
2017 Tove Alexandersson SWE Natalia Gemperle RUS Sabine Hauswirth SUI
2018 Tove Alexandersson SWE Karolin Ohlsson SWE Natalia Gemperle RUS
2019 Tove Alexandersson SWE Simona Aebersold SUI Natalia Gemperle RUS

 

Men

Year

First place

Second place

Third place

1986 Kent Olsson SWE Øyvin Thon NOR Mikael Wehlin SWE
1988 Øyvin Thon NOR Jörgen Mårtensson SWE Håvard Tveite NOR
1990 Håvard Tveite NOR Niklas Löwegren SWE Jörgen Mårtensson SWE
1992 Joakim Ingelsson SWE Martin Johansson SWE Petter Thoresen NOR
1994 Petter Thoresen NOR Janne Salmi FIN Mika Kuisma FIN
1996 Johan Ivarsson SWE Jörgen Mårtensson SWE Timo Karppinen FIN
1998 Chris Terkelsen DEN Johan Ivarsson SWE Bjørnar Valstad NOR
2000 Jani Lakanen FIN Tore Sandvik NOR Allan Mogensen DEN
2002 Bjørnar Valstad NOR Mikhail Mamleev ITA Mats Haldin FIN
2004 Holger Hott Johansen NOR Andrey Khramov RUS Øystein Kvaal Østerbø NOR
2005 Andrey Khramov RUS Thierry Gueorgiou FRA Daniel Hubmann SUI
2006 Thierry Gueorgiou FRA Daniel Hubmann SUI Valentin Novikov RUS
2007 Thierry Gueorgiou FRA Anders Nordberg NOR Daniel Hubmann SUI
2008 Daniel Hubmann SUI Thierry Gueorgiou FRA Matthias Merz SUI
2009 Daniel Hubmann SUI Thierry Gueorgiou FRA Peter Ӧberg SWE
2010 Daniel Hubmann SUI Matthias Müller SUI Thierry Gueorgiou FRA
2011 Daniel Hubmann SUI Thierry Gueorgiou FRA Matthias Merz SUI
2012 Matthias Kyburz SUI Olav Lundanes NOR Matthias Merz SUI
2013 Matthias Kyburz SUI Daniel Hubmann SUI Fabian Hertner SUI
2014 Daniel Hubmann SUI Fabian Hertner SUI Matthias Kyburz SUI
2015 Daniel Hubmann SUI Matthias Kyburz SUI Olav Lundanes NOR
2016 Matthias Kyburz SUI Daniel Hubmann SUI Olav Lundanes NOR
2017 Matthias Kyburz SUI Olav Lundanes NOR Daniel Hubmann SUI
2018 Matthias Kyburz SUI Daniel Hubmann SUI Olav Lundanes NOR
2019 Gustav Bergman SWE Joey Hadorn SUI Daniel Hubmann SUI

 

1994-2006: Relay World Cup

Women

Year

First place

Second place

Third place

1994 Norway Switzerland Sweden
1996 Norway Sweden Switzerland
1998 Norway Finland Switzerland
2000 Norway Sweden Switzerland
2002 Norway Switzerland Sweden
2004 Sweden Finland Switzerland
2005 Switzerland Finland Norway
2006 Finland Switzerland Sweden

 

Men

Year

First place

Second place

Third place

1994 Norway Sweden Denmark
1996 Sweden Norway Finland
1998 Denmark Sweden Norway
2000 Sweden Norway Switzerland
2002 Finland Sweden Denmark
2004 Sweden Norway Finland
2005 France Norway Switzerland
2006 Sweden Finland Switzerland

 

2015-2016: Sprint Relay World Cup

Year

First place

Second place

Third place

2015 Denmark Switzerland Sweden
2016 Switzerland Denmark Sweden

 

2017- : Team World Cup

Year

First place

Second place

Third place

2017 Sweden Switzerland Norway
2018 Switzerland Sweden Norway
2019 Sweden Switzerland Finland