MTB Orienteering World Cup 2003 Overall

The 2003 World Cup programme consisted of nine events (seven individual events and two relay races). The points were counted the same way as during the MTBO World cups of 2000 and 2001, with the only difference being that the emphasis of points was put on the final race – this in order to prevent too many an athlete of finishing in the same place in the final score. This is why several athletes can have the same amount of points and still finish in different places in the final score.

Round 1:

  • Event 1 – Rome, Italy, 24 April (middle)
  • Event 2 – Rome, Italy, 26 April (long)

Round 2:

  • Event 3: Sklarska, Poland, 7 September (long)
  • Event 4: Sklarska, Poland, 8 September (relay)

Round 3:

  • Event 5: Plzen, Czech Republic, 11 September (free order)
  • Event 6: Plzen, Czech Republic, 13 September (sprint)
  • Event 7: Plzen, Czech Republic, 14 September (long)

Round 4:

  • Event 8: Friuli, Italy, 10 October (long)
  • Event 9: Friuli, Italy, 11 October (relay)

Individual

Women

1) Laure Coupat FRA 195, 2) Päivi Tommola FIN 176, 3) Antje Bornhak GER 174, 4) Christine Räber SUI 171, 5) Marie Hrdinová CZE 167, 6) Ingrid Stengård FIN 163, 7) Michaela Gigon AUT 156, 8) Anke Dannowski GER 146, 9) Markéta Jakoubová CZE 139, 10) Hana La Carbonara CZE 138, 11) Caroline Finance FRA 137, 12) Kirsi Korhonen FIN 137, 13) Michaela Lacigová CZE 119, 14) Magalie Coupat FRA 117, 15) Sylvia Thomas GER 116, 16) Hanna-Maija Mäkelä FIN 106, 17) Nadia Mikryukova RUS 101, 18) Nicole Senft AUT 98, 19) Anna Vorobyeva RUS 94, 20) Jana Chmelikova CZE 91, 21) Yvonne Wicki SUI 76, 22) Kristina Kupcová CZE 73, 23) Monica D’Amico ITA 63, 24) Melissa Thomas AUS 61, 25) Anna Füzy HUN 60, 26) Cornelia Eckart GER 57, 27) Issabelle Brechbuehl SUI 52, 28) Gerit Pfuhl GER 43, 29) Elena Grand RUS 41, 30) Kerstin Wieser AUT 39, 31) Ursula Hausermann SUI 34, 32) Amparo Gil ESP 34, 33) Nina Phillips IRL 33, 34) Stanislava Fajtová SVK 33, 35) Veronica Gil ESP 32, 36) Aurélie Ballot FRA 32, 37) Alena Durcová SVK 30, 38) Ramune Arlauskiene LTU 30, 39) Sonja Zinkel AUT 29, 40) Roser Español ESP 28, 41) Tatiana Korchagina RUS 27, 42) Marina Plesnicar ITA 24, 43) Johanna Murer ITA 23, 44) Anna Kraj POL 23, 45) Christina Rochés ESP 20, 46) Judith Huonder SUI 19, 47) Jaroslava Folprechtová CZE 17, 47) Martina Prehsler AUT 17, 49) Marina Sharaeskaya RUS 14, 50) Magdalena Dura POL 14, 51) Marta Kulpa POL 11, 52) Katarina Králová SVK 10, 53 Romino Valt ITA 10, 54) Zhanna Artemova RUS8, 55) Ksenia Chernykh RUS 6, 55) Katarzyna Szczurek POL 6, 57) Anastassia Skopinskaya RUS 3, 58) Klara Krasuska POL 2. Did not score points: Anna Wlodarczyk POL, Lina Kievisaite LTU, Asta Eigelyte LTU, Kano Naoko JPN, Watase Mika JPN, Andrea Krober GER, Rosalen Nuria ESP, Olga Karpikova BLR.

Men

1) Mika Tervala FIN 194, 2) Jussi Mäkilä FIN 191, 3) Victor Korchagin RUS 166, 4) Ctibor Podrábský CZE 143, 5) Benjamin Midena FRA 141, 6) Hervé Clor FRA 140, 7) Markus Hallik EST 128, 8) Michele Mogno ITA 127, 9) Matti Keskinarkaus FIN 123, 10) Ants Grende LAT 121, 11) Mikko Tommola FIN 121, 12) Timo Sarkkinen FIN 116, 13) Maxim Zhurkin RUS 112, 14) Lubomir Tomecek CZE 111, 15) Jaroslav Rygl CZE 107, 16) Alex Randall AUS 101, 17) Beat Schaffner SUI 100, 18) Ivan Gasperotti ITA 97, 19) Simon Seger 93, 20) Ales Linhart CZE 93, 21) Dirk Goosens BEL 90, 22) Kaspars Delins LAT 88, 23) Erik Vliegen BEL 81, 24) Pavel Wohanka CZE 68, 25) Holger Mager GER 68, 26) Martin Sevcik CZE 65, 27) Arbo Rae EST 63, 28) Tuomo Tompuri FIN 60, 29) Jiri Procházka CZE 55, 30) Raul Kudre EST 54, 31) Andrea Ciprian ITA 54, 32) Radovan Mach CZE 49, 33) Urs Danwalder SUI 49, 34) Rene Otesson EST 49, 35) Jonas Fritschy SUI 47, 36) Michal Tihon CZE 47, 37) Dietmar Dörfler AUT 47, 38) Rémy Jabas SUI 46, 39) Peter Entenfellner AUT 46, 40) Tomas Hanicak SVK 42, 41) Olivier Pralus FRA 41, 42) Alain Berger SUI 33, 43) Mikulas Sabo SVK 33, 44) Falk Wenzel GER 32, 45) Elvis Farabosco ITA 28, 46) Heiko Gossel GER 27, 47) Stefan Surgan SVK 24, 48) Harry Männel GER 22, 49) Mait Mändmets EST 20, 50) Jérémie Gillman FRA 18, 51) Klaus Lagler AUT 18, 52) Stefan Cerwenka AUT 16, 53) Pawl Moszkowicz POL 15, 54) László Paulovits HUN 15, 55) John Houlihan GBR 13, 56) Paul Darvodelsky AUS 13, 57) Christian Gigon AUT 13, 58) Axel Deinert GER 12, 59) Matthieu Barthelemy FRA 11, 60) Giorgio Paoli ITA 10, 61) Joel Poirette FRA 9, 62) Emanuele Dal Moro Augusto ITA 8, 63) Dieter Mikula AUT 6, 64) Igor Bondarenko RUS 6, 65) Bernhard Wadsak AUT 5, 66) Anthony Darr AUS 5, 66) Anton Foliforov RUS 5, 68) Tanaka Hiromasa JPN 5, 69) Alessandro Gaspari ITA 4, 70) Jiri Kubin CZE 4, 71) Ugis Voicescuks LAT 4, 72) Wim Peers BEL 3, 73) Peter Müller SUI 2, 74) Sébastian Sxay FRA 2, 75) Ronny Klinke GER 1, 76) Heigo Põld EST 1, 76) Matej Pilka SVK 1; Did not score points: Mirko Filippi ITA, Krzysztof Jokalski POL, Grega Raj SLO, Yonathan Schor ISR, Valter Foski SLO, Jahn Matthias GER, Thomas WieserAUT, Sigfried Opetnik AUT, Bernhard Schachinger AUT, Thomas Senft AUT, Tomas Hnilica AUT, Benoit Tournay BEL, Alain Wathelet BEL, Igor Zwontsow BLR, Paco Llopis ESP, Lluís Ferrer ESP, José Luís Morcillo ESP, Jordi Sales ESP, Segio Garcia-Caro ESP, Marc Canals ESP, Aare Huik EST, Ido Green GBR, Johnson Martin GBR, Thomas Hartung GER, Paul Mahon IRL, Aian Rochford IRL, Paul Mahon IRL, Erez Ezrachi ISR, Michelle Cavallaro ITA, Tazaki Tomoyasu JPN, Okhita Youhey JPN, Uchiyama Masafumi JPN, Reinis Zobens LTU, Didzis Kirstuks LTU, Tautvydas Zilinskas LTU, Donatas Celkys LTU, Darius Kalvaitis LTU, Giedrius Adamonis LTU, Remigjus Arlauskas LTU, Roman Trzmielewski POL, Pawel Krzeminski POL, Marcin Krasuski POL, Andrey Kolobov RUS, Serguei Grouzdev RUS, Eduard Shutkoviskiy RUS, Sergey Skopinsky RUS, Michael Seger SUI, Thomas Schwager SUI, Raber Res SUI

Relay

Women

1) France 37 (17-20), 2) Finland 37 (20-17), 3) Czech Republic 26 (11-15), 4) Germany 26 (13-13), 5) Austria 25 (15-10), 6) Russia 17 (9-8), 7) Switzerland 11 (0-11), 8) Spain 10 (10-0), 9) Italy 9 (9-0), 10) Poland 8 (8-0), 11) Lithuania 7 (7-0)

Men

1) Finland 33 (20-13), 2) Switzerland 32 (15-17), 3) Czech Republic 32 (17-15), 4) Italy 27 (7-20), 5) France 24 (13-11), 6) Russia 14 (5-9), 7) Austria 14 (6-8), 8) Belgium 13 (3-10), 9) Estonia 11 (11-0), 10) Slovakia 10 (10-0), 11) Latvia 9 (9-0), 12) Germany 8 (8-0), 13) Poland 8 (1-7), 14) Slovenia 6 (6-0), 15) Australia 4 (4-0), 16) Lithuania 2 (2-0)

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