16/01/2017 || Victories for Alexandersson and Khrennikov in Ski-O Tour ||News||
Ski-O Tour in Switzerland and Austria was the season’s first big test for the best Ski Orienteers. Tove Alexandersson and Eduard Khrennikov showed most stability with overall victories, though the overall standings indicate an exciting season ahead.
13/01/2017 || World Orienteering Day newsletter ||News||
Subscribers of the WOD Newsletter have received the latest issue.
Readers can enjoy a lot of reading about sponsors, WOD clothes, WOD guidelines, WOD movie and a lot more.
12/01/2017 || Virtual-O is a new orienteering reality ||News||
A new orienteering computer game is on the market. A dedicated developer, feedback from an excited orienteering community and cooperation with the world’s biggest game distributer are some of the ingredients to make it a success.
11/01/2017 || MTBO World Masters Series allows Masters to compete until they get too rusty to ride ||News||
Age is no limit for competing. The MTBO World Masters Series is an example of that, with Masters athletes travelling around the world to achieve points for the overall standing – and have fun.
10/01/2017 || Tight battle between Finland and Sweden in Nordic Junior SkiO Meeting ||News||
A wide age span of ski orienteers gathered in Finland with different purposes. The weekend included Nordic Junior Meeting, Lapland SkiO Championships and selection races for the European- and the World SkiO Championships for the Finnish skiers.
05/01/2017 || Final IOF Athlete of the Month for 2016 ||News||
The final IOF Athlete of the Month for 2016 is Franciely Chiles from Brazil!
04/01/2017 || Brazil and the Czech Republic have applied for WOC 2021 ||News||
The application deadline has expired for several major events, resulting in many interesting bids. Two have applied for WOC 2021, while EYOC 2019 was the most popular event with six federations applying.
28/12/2016 || Australian scholarship is win-win ||News||
Orienteering clubs in Australia have invented a scholarship that is best described as a win-win situation. The Australian club gets help with coaching, mapping and teaching in schools. At the same time, a young enthusiastic orienteer from abroad gets to experience a new country and practice coaching.