2011 World Orienteering Championships

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2011 World Orienteering Championships
Host city Savoie
CountryFrance
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The 2011 World Orienteering Championships, the 28th World Orienteering Championships, were held in Savoie, France, 13 20 August 2011. [1]

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The championships had eight events; sprint for men and women, middle distance for men and women, long distance (formerly called individual or classic distance) for men and women, and relays for men and women.

Medalists

Gold medalist Gustafsson in the sprint final. Linnea Gustafsson at WOC 2011 sprint final.jpg
Gold medalist Gustafsson in the sprint final.
EventGoldSilverBronze
Men's sprint [1] Flag of Switzerland.svg  Daniel Hubmann  (SUI)13:11.8Flag of Sweden.svg  Anders Holmberg  (SWE)13:37.8Flag of Switzerland.svg  Matthias Müller  (SUI)13:41.2
Women's sprint [1] Flag of Sweden.svg  Linnea Gustafsson  (SWE)13:14.3Flag of Sweden.svg  Helena Jansson  (SWE)13:22.7Flag of Sweden.svg  Lena Eliasson  (SWE)13:28.5
Men's middle distance [1] Flag of France.svg  Thierry Gueorgiou  (FRA)34:38Flag of Sweden.svg  Peter Öberg  (SWE)36:59Flag of Norway.svg  Olav Lundanes  (NOR)37:01
Women's middle distance [1] Flag of Sweden.svg  Helena Jansson  (SWE)33:10Flag of Denmark.svg  Ida Bobach  (DEN)34:26Flag of Switzerland.svg  Judith Wyder  (SUI)35:11
Men's long distance [1] Flag of France.svg  Thierry Gueorgiou  (FRA)1:47:29Flag of Finland.svg  Pasi Ikonen  (FIN)1:51:56Flag of France.svg  François Gonon  (FRA)1:53:35
Women's long distance [1] Flag of Sweden.svg  Annika Billstam  (SWE)1:22:26Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Dana Brožková  (CZE)1:26:54Flag of Sweden.svg  Helena Jansson  (SWE)1:29:55
Men's relay [1] 1:53:481:57:021:58:03
Women's relay [1] 1:42:421:42:431:42:44

Results

Men's long distance

WOC 2011 – Long – Men [1]
RankCompetitorNationTime
Gold medal icon.svg Thierry Gueorgiou Flag of France.svg France1:47:29
Silver medal icon.svg Pasi Ikonen Flag of Finland.svg Finland1:51:56
Bronze medal icon.svg François Gonon Flag of France.svg France1:53:35
4 Baptiste Rollier Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland1:55:26
5 Daniel Hubmann Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland1:57:05
6 Olle Boström Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden1:57:40
7 Philippe Adamski Flag of France.svg France1:57:47
8 Marc Lauenstein Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland1:57:48
9 Tero Föhr Flag of Finland.svg Finland1:59:28
10 Olav Lundanes Flag of Norway.svg Norway1:59:43
11 Oleksandr Kratov Flag of Ukraine.svg Ukraine2:00:38
12 Dmitriy Tsvetkov Flag of Russia.svg Russia2:00:56
13 Alexey Bortnik Flag of Russia.svg Russia2:01:09
14 Valentin Novikov Flag of Russia.svg Russia2:04:59
15 Carl Waaler Kaas Flag of Norway.svg Norway2:05:27
16 Mikhail Mamleev Flag of Italy.svg Italy2:06:42

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References

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