Updated 2022-09-27 21:40 (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

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...

New World Ranking Awards

This month sees the launch of annual IOF World Ranking Awards, a scheme to recognise the highest ranked athletes in all four disciplines per region. The World Ranking leaders on the 1st of December each year in each of I...