|Opening ceremony||1 August 2015|
|Closing ceremony||7 August 2015|
The 32nd World Orienteering Championships were held in Inverness, Scotland, United Kingdom.
4.1 km, 23 controls
|Gold||Jonas Leandersson (SWE)||13:12.1|
|Silver||Martin Hubmann (SUI)||13:14.0|
|Bronze||Jerker Lysell (SWE)||13:16.6|
6.2 km, 25 controls
|Gold||Daniel Hubmann (SUI)||34:23|
|Silver||Lucas Basset (FRA)||34:26|
|Bronze||Olle Boström (SWE)||34:36|
15.4 km, 32 controls
|Gold||Thierry Gueorgiou (FRA)||1:39:46|
|Silver||Daniel Hubmann (SUI)||1:40:11|
|Bronze||Olav Lundanes (NOR)||1:40:43|
|Gold||Switzerland (Fabian Hertner, Daniel Hubmann, Matthias Kyburz)||1:41:40|
|Silver||Norway (Øystein Kvaal Østerbø, Carl Godager Kaas, Magne Dæhli)||1:43:30|
|Bronze||France (Vincent Coupat, Lucas Basset, Frédéric Tranchand)||1:43:52|
3.8 km, 21 controls
|Gold||Maja Alm (DEN)||13:32.5|
|Silver||Nadiya Volynska (UKR)||14:12.3|
|Bronze||Galina Vinogradova (RUS)||14:24.5|
5.3 km, 21 controls
|Gold||Annika Billstam (SWE)||35:46|
|Silver||Merja Rantanen (FIN)||36:36|
|Bronze||Emma Johansson (SWE)||37:04|
9.7 km, 19 controls
|Gold||Ida Bobach (DEN)||1:15:35|
|Silver||Mari Fasting (NOR)||1:18:19|
|Bronze||Svetlana Mironova (RUS)||1:18:39|
|Gold||Denmark (Maja Alm, Ida Bobach, Emma Klingenberg)||1:49:06|
|Silver||Norway (Heidi Bagstevold, Mari Fasting, Anne Margrethe Hausken Nordberg)||1:52:08|
|Bronze||Sweden (Helena Jansson, Annika Billstam, Emma Johansson)||1:52:17|
|Gold||Denmark (Emma Klingenberg, Tue Lassen, Søren Bobach, Maja Alm)||1:00:54|
|Silver||Norway (Elise Egseth, Håkon Jarvis Westergård, Øystein Kvaal Østerbø, Anne Margrethe Hausken Nordberg)||1:02:15|
|Bronze||Russia (Tatyana Riabkina, Gleb Tikhonov, Andrey Khramov, Galina Vinogradova)||1:02:20|
The World Orienteering Championships is an annual orienteering event organized by the International Orienteering Federation. The first World Championships was held in Fiskars, Finland in 1966. They were held biennially up to 2003. Since 2003, competitions have been held annually. Participating nations have to be members of the International Orienteering Federation (IOF).
Thierry Gueorgiou is a French orienteer who has won more than 20 gold medals in international competitions, including the World Orienteering Championships (WOC) middle distance event eight times: 2003–2005, 2007–2009, 2011 and 2017. In November 2016 it was announced he will become the Swedish national team head coach following the 2017 World Championships.
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