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2013 Orienteering World Championship: Women’s Relay: wins

Heidi Bagstevold, Mari Fasting and Anne Margrethe Nordberg break the field and win Norway’s fifth world title (1968, 1987, 1999, 2009, 2013) by one minute and 14 seconds.

2013 Orienteering World Championship: Men’s Relay: Russia wins

Alexei Bortnik, Valentin Novikov and with a great anchor leg by Dmitriy Tsvetkov helps Team Russia pick up their fourth world title (2006, 2007, 2011, 2013), by 50 seconds.

2013 Orienteering World Championships: Relay Men & Women

Orienteering, the sport requiring navigational skills using a maps and compass to navigate from point to point in diverse and unfamiliar terrain, makes it’s way to the United States and to Universal Sports. Orienteers will race against the clock and themselves in a series of short, distance and relay events testing their map and compass skills over three days from the 8th of July until the 13th of July.

2013 Orienteering World Championship: Women’s Middle Distance: Niggli wins

In the 5km Women’s Middle Distance Race, Simone Niggli (SUI) completes a sweep of the solo races, winning by one minute and 45 seconds. This is the third time she has swept the competition (2003, 2005, 2013).

2013 Orienteering World Championship: Men’s Middle Distance: Novikov wins

In the 6.3km Men’s Middle Distance Race, Leonid Novikov (RUS) upsets the seven time champ Thierry Gueorgiou (FRA) by nine seconds.

2013 Orienteering World Championships: Middle Distance Final Men & Women

Orienteering, the sport requiring navigational skills using a maps and compass to navigate from point to point in diverse and unfamiliar terrain, makes it’s way to the United States and to Universal Sports. Orienteers will race against the clock and themselves in a series of short, distance and relay events testing their map and compass skills over three days from the 8th of July until the 13th of July. This event airs July 13 @ 6:15amET/3:15amPT.

2013 Orienteering World Championship: Men’s Long Distance: Gueorgiou wins

In the 19.8km Men’s Long Race, Thierry Gueorgiou (FRA) gets his second title (2011, 2013) over Jani Lakanen (FIN) by one minute and 18 seconds. Gueorgiou is most know for the middle distance, where he holds 7 titles.

2013 Orienteering World Championship: Women’s Long Distance: Niggli wins

In the Women’s Long Distance, 13.9km, Simone Niggli (SUI) is now two for two in the championships, winning the sprint and the long classic race. Beating Tove Alexandersson (SWE) by two minutes and 59 seconds. This is Niggli’s 8th title (2001, 2003,

Orienteering World Championships: Men’s And Women’s Long DIstance Finals

Orienteers will race against the clock and themselves in a series of short, distance and relay events testing their map and compass skills over three days from the 8th of July until the 13th of July.

2013 Orienteering World Championship: Men’s Sprints: Bostrom wins

In the men’s sprints, 3.9 km, Marten Bostrom (FIN) gets a win for the home crowd, the first Finnish man to do so, beating Scott Fraser (GBR) by 17.1 seconds.

2013 Orienteering World Championship: Women’s Sprints: Niggli wins

In the women’s sprints, 3.4 km, Simone Niggli (SUI) gets her 7th title (2003-2005, 2007, 2010, 2012, 2013), beating Annika Billstam (SWE) by 8.1 seconds.

2013 Orienteering World Championships: Sprint Final Men’s & Women

North, south, east, or west?  You better bring your compass! Orienteering, the sport requiring navigational skills using a maps and compass to navigate from point to point in diverse and unfamiliar terrain, makes it’s way to the United States and to Universal Sports. Orienteers will race against the clock and themselves in a series of short, distance and relay events testing their map and compass skills over three days from the 8th of July until the 13th of July.

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