World Cup 2011 Quotas

Posted on | January 31, 2011 | Category: News

The number of athletes that each nation can enter in the World Cup events in 2011 is based on the World Ranking List Federation League table (World Cup 11 Quotas) as at 1 January 2011.

As previous years, the six best nations – separately for men and women – may enter eight athletes in the World Cup events (with the exception of the World Championships). All other full members may enter six athletes. All Individual World Champions shall be offered a wild card place in competitions 1 to 3 (World Champions 2010) and 7 to 9 (World Champions 2011) provided they are selected by their Federation. These wild card places shall be additional to the national quotas.

Six best nations on the World Ranking at 1 January 2011

Women: Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Finland, Czech Republic, Great Britain
Men: Norway, Switzerland, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and France

|| Print page ||
  • Search the Website

  • IOF Main Sponsor

    IOF Main Sponsor

    Nokian Tyres

  • IOF Sponsors

    IOF Sponsors

    Siven Sport
    BML Print

  • World Championships

  • Nokian Tyres World Orienteering Championships 2018
    4-11 August 2018

  • World Trail Orienteering Championships 2018
    4-11 August 2018

  • World Mountain Bike Orienteering Championships 2018
    5-13 August 2018

  • Other Upcoming Events

  • Ski Orienteering World Cup Round 1
    26 November-1 December 2017

  • European Ski Orienteering Championships 2018 and World Cup Round 2
    3-8 February 2018

  • Junior World Ski Orienteering Championships 2018
    3-8 February 2018

  • Ski Orienteering World Cup Round 3
    4-12 March 2018

  • European Orienteering Championships 2018
    5-13 May 2018

  • IOF Partners

  • International Olympic Committee

  • ARISF_logos_05

    Association of IOC Recognised International Sport Federations

  • International World Games Association

  • International Masters Games Association

  • Global Association of International Sports Federations

  • World Anti-Doping Agency

  • International University Sports Federation (FISU)

  • Conseil International du Sport Militaire (CISM)

  • European University Sports Association

  • International School Sport Federation