2015 World Orienteering Championships

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2015 World Orienteering Championships
Host city Inverness
CountryFlag of Scotland.svg  Scotland
Opening ceremony 1 August 2015 (2015-08-01)
Closing ceremony7 August 2015 (2015-08-07)
Website woc2015.scottish6days.com

The 32nd World Orienteering Championships were held in Inverness, Scotland, United Kingdom. [1]

Contents

Results

Men

Sprint

4.1 km, 23 controls [2] [3]

MedalAthleteTime
GoldFlag of Sweden.svg  Jonas Leandersson  (SWE)13:12.1
SilverFlag of Switzerland.svg  Martin Hubmann  (SUI)13:14.0
BronzeFlag of Sweden.svg  Jerker Lysell  (SWE)13:16.6

Middle

6.2 km, 25 controls [4]

MedalAthleteTime
GoldFlag of Switzerland.svg  Daniel Hubmann  (SUI)34:23
SilverFlag of France.svg  Lucas Basset  (FRA)34:26
BronzeFlag of Sweden.svg  Olle Boström  (SWE)34:36

Long

15.4 km, 32 controls [5]

MedalAthleteTime
GoldFlag of France.svg  Thierry Gueorgiou  (FRA)1:39:46
SilverFlag of Switzerland.svg  Daniel Hubmann  (SUI)1:40:11
BronzeFlag of Norway.svg  Olav Lundanes  (NOR)1:40:43

Relay

MedalAthleteTime
GoldFlag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland (Fabian Hertner, Daniel Hubmann, Matthias Kyburz)1:41:40
SilverFlag of Norway.svg  Norway (Øystein Kvaal Østerbø, Carl Godager Kaas, Magne Dæhli)1:43:30
BronzeFlag of France.svg  France (Vincent Coupat, Lucas Basset, Frédéric Tranchand)1:43:52

Women

Sprint

3.8 km, 21 controls [2] [6]

MedalAthleteTime
GoldFlag of Denmark.svg  Maja Alm  (DEN)13:32.5
SilverFlag of Ukraine.svg  Nadiya Volynska  (UKR)14:12.3
BronzeFlag of Russia.svg  Galina Vinogradova  (RUS)14:24.5

Middle

5.3 km, 21 controls [7]

MedalAthleteTime
GoldFlag of Sweden.svg  Annika Billstam  (SWE)35:46
SilverFlag of Finland.svg  Merja Rantanen  (FIN)36:36
BronzeFlag of Sweden.svg  Emma Johansson  (SWE)37:04

Long

9.7 km, 19 controls [8]

MedalAthleteTime
GoldFlag of Denmark.svg  Ida Bobach  (DEN)1:15:35
SilverFlag of Norway.svg  Mari Fasting  (NOR)1:18:19
BronzeFlag of Russia.svg  Svetlana Mironova  (RUS)1:18:39

Relay

MedalAthleteTime
GoldFlag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (Maja Alm, Ida Bobach, Emma Klingenberg)1:49:06
SilverFlag of Norway.svg  Norway (Heidi Bagstevold, Mari Fasting, Anne Margrethe Hausken Nordberg)1:52:08
BronzeFlag of Sweden.svg  Sweden (Helena Jansson, Annika Billstam, Emma Johansson)1:52:17

Mixed

Sprint relay

MedalAthleteTime
GoldFlag of Denmark.svg  Denmark (Emma Klingenberg, Tue Lassen, Søren Bobach, Maja Alm)1:00:54
SilverFlag of Norway.svg  Norway (Elise Egseth, Håkon Jarvis Westergård, Øystein Kvaal Østerbø, Anne Margrethe Hausken Nordberg)1:02:15
BronzeFlag of Russia.svg  Russia (Tatyana Riabkina, Gleb Tikhonov, Andrey Khramov, Galina Vinogradova)1:02:20

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