Sprint races in old town
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While runners, teams, fans and organizers are preparing for the Orienteering World Cup 2020, a set of organizers are busy planning for 2021. The program is indeed interesting with a good mix of formats and locations in S...
The event takes place in Neuchâtel in east Switzerland, in the French speaking part of the country. The weekend will start with a long distance race om 21st of May, which will open up the 2020 World Cup season. The follo...
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The first World Cup round is also European Championships and fully designated for the sprint discipline. The schedule follows the championship schedule; sprint, sprint relay and knock-out sprint.
Neuchâtel is a middle-sized town with roots from the Kingdom of Burgundy before it became a part of the Roman empire. The sprint map of the area around the castle and the old town certainly proves the old roots. Neuchâtel is situated in western parts of Switzerland and is part of the French speaking part of the country. The altitude is, with Swiss measures, moderate which in May means that it is a blooming period.
The races will be intense and solid map reading skills will be needed to concur the terrain. Expect route choice challenges with several parameters to care for.
In parallel to the World Cup, the organizer is offering a 5 days public event. We can expect good numbers of spectators and fans.
The World Cup round will be covered with full live services and TV Broadcasts from each competition. All live services are found at the live orienteering pages. TV Broadcasts will be available on live orienteering in English commentary at a cost of 6 EUR per competition.