The highlight of the year, World Cup Finals in China, is finally starting! The middle distance event starts at 11:30 (05:30 CET) on Saturday, with paid online TV from 14:00 (08:00 CET). The sprint relay is on Sunday (paid online TV from 14:30, NOTE WINTER TIME IN EUROPE = 07:30 CET). Individual sprint is on
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The 10-day Tropical Orienteering Week ended last Sunday with a 6 km orienteering race on the beaches near Tanjung Lumpur, Kuantan, Malaysia. 8 races in 10 days is quite a challenge for many orienteers, but it comes with a reward—the six venues used for the O-Week (including the Polytechnic used for the World and National
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The second World Ranking Event (WRE) hosted by Malaysia took place in Kuantan last weekend. Orienteers from 10 countries/regions joined one of the largest orienteering events in Southeast Asia. The WRE is part of the Tropical Orienteering Week, a cooperation between the Malaysian Orienteering Federation and ORIEN.ASIA. The O-Week includes eight races over ten days,
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The newest bulletin is now on: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KD4q5be1G7cAK5C5s1KEWfYpb9VFQjcz/view?usp=sharing Please read as it contains important information regarding airport transfer, shuttle bus to WRE quarantine, etc. Course information and start lists to come later. The WRE registration is now closed but you can still register to other races of the week! If you’ve already registered for WRE/National Ranking
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The World Orienteering Championships (the first middle/long only edition under the new system) is over. Forest orienteering is usually not the tenor of Asian orienteers. So how are they doing in the Norwegian terrain? 1. Increased opportunities for Asian orienteers in new system Since this year, WOC editions will be forest or sprint only, alternating
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