Day program


08:00-11:00 (CEST UTC +2)
(14:00-17:00 in China)

Please read the Welcome page before purchasing a competition and note that all printed times are in central european time, UTC +2.

Web-TV will cover Women’s competition first. English commentary by Katherine Bett and Jonas Merz. Estimated winning time is 35 Minutes and we expect the last finisher in by xx:xx. After the Women’s competition we will show the Men’s competition and the last man enter the forest by 10:55.

Middle schedule

2 minute start interval


05:28 First starter (Live results start)
05:28 First GPS athlete start (Live GPS start)
08:00 Web-TV start
08:40 Last Women starter
09:15 Last women finish
09:30 Web-TV coverage switch to Men


06:25 First starter (Live results start)
06:25 First GPS athlete start (Live GPS start)
10:55 Last finisher
10:55 Flower ceremony
11:00 Web-TV end

Live services status

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Watch RE-LIVE, 3 hours.

Live GPS

TracTrac GPS tracking guides: Mobile app , Web viewer

Link to Men and Women

Official top 6


1. Tove Alexandersson (SWE)
2. Natalia Gemperle (RUS)
3. Julia Jakob (SUI)
4. Simona Aebersold (SUI)
5. Sarina Jenzer (SUI)
6. Elena Roos (SUI)

Men (Note! After jury meetings the final results are now official. Report on this will follow later)

1. Gustav Bergman (SWE)

With the 100 points score on today’s Middle distance it is decided, Gustav Bergman is the “WINNER OF THE ORIENTEERING WORLD CUP 2019”.

2. Joey Hadorn (SUI)
3. Lucas Basset (FRA)
4. Andreas Kyburz (SUI)
5. Daniel Hubmann (SUI)
6. Kasper Fosser (NOR)