World Cup in Ski Orienteering

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World Cup in Ski Orienteering
Eduard Khrennikov 2 Ski-EOC 2010.jpg
Russia's Eduard Khrennikov is a three-time winner of the men's overall competition.
Statusactive
Genresporting event
Date(s)November–March
Frequencyusually biennial
Location(s)various
Inaugurated1989 (1989)
Organised by IOF

The World Cup in Ski Orienteering is a series of ski-orienteering competitions organized by the International Orienteering Federation. The first official World Cup was held in 1989, then every second year up to 1999, and then in 2000, 2001, 2003, 2006, and 2007-2008. [1]

Ski-orienteering winter sport combining the events of cross-country skiing and orienteering

Ski orienteering (SkiO) is a cross-country skiing endurance winter racing sport and one of the four orienteering disciplines recognized by the IOF. A successful ski orienteer combines high physical endurance, strength and excellent technical skiing skills with the ability to navigate and make the best route choices while skiing at a high speed.

International Orienteering Federation sports governing body

The International Orienteering Federation (IOF) is the international governing body of the sport of orienteering. The IOF head office is located in Karlstad, Sweden.

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World Cup overall results

Men

Year1st2nd3rdNotes
1989 Flag of Norway.svg Vidar Benjaminsen Flag of Sweden.svg Stig Mattson Flag of Finland.svg Anssi Juutilainen
1991 Flag of Finland.svg Anssi Juutilainen Flag of Sweden.svg Bo Engdahl Flag of Norway.svg Vidar Benjaminsen
1993 Flag of Norway.svg Vidar Benjaminsen Flag of Norway.svg Lars Lystad Flag of Norway.svg Harald Svergja
1995 Flag of Finland.svg Vesa Mäkipää Flag of Finland.svg Raino Pesu Flag of Norway.svg Vidar Benjaminsen
1997 Flag of Finland.svg Vesa Mäkipää Flag of Finland.svg Pekka Varis Flag of Sweden.svg Bertil Nordqvist
1999 Flag of Finland.svg Raino Pesu Flag of Sweden.svg Björn Lans Flag of Sweden.svg Bertil Nordqvist
2000 Flag of Russia.svg Eduard Khrennikov Flag of Russia.svg Andrei Gruzdev Flag of Finland.svg Jukka Lanki
2001 Flag of Finland.svg Matti Keskinarkaus Flag of Finland.svg Jukka Lanki Flag of Russia.svg Eduard Khrennikov
2003 Flag of Russia.svg Eduard Khrennikov Flag of Sweden.svg Bertil Nordqvist Flag of Finland.svg Arto Lilja
2006 Flag of Russia.svg Eduard Khrennikov Flag of Sweden.svg Tomas Löfgren Flag of Finland.svg Staffan Tunis
2007/08 Flag of Sweden.svg Erik Rost Flag of Sweden.svg Peter Arnesson Flag of Russia.svg Andrei Lamov
2009/10 Flag of Russia.svg Eduard Khrennikov Flag of Finland.svg Staffan Tunis Flag of Russia.svg Andrey Grigoriev
2011/12 Flag of Finland.svg Staffan Tunis Flag of Sweden.svg Peter Arnesson Flag of Russia.svg Andrey Grigoriev
2013/14 Flag of Russia.svg Andrei Lamov Flag of Norway.svg Hans Jørgen Kvåle Flag of Norway.svg Lars Hol Moholdt [2]

Women

Year1st2nd3rdNotes
1989 Flag of Finland.svg Virpi Juutilainen Flag of Norway.svg Ragnhild Bratberg Flag of Sweden.svg Ann Charlotte Karlsson
1991 Flag of Sweden.svg Arja Hannus Flag of Sweden.svg Annika Zell Flag of Finland.svg Virpi Juutilainen
1993 Flag of Finland.svg Arja Nuolioja Flag of Finland.svg Riitta Karjalainen Flag of Norway.svg Hilde Gjermundshaug Pedersen
1995 Flag of Finland.svg Arja Nuolioja Flag of Sweden.svg Lena Hasselström Flag of Norway.svg Hilde Gjermundshaug Pedersen
1997 Flag of Norway.svg Hilde Gjermundshaug Pedersen Flag of Finland.svg Liisa Anttila Flag of Finland.svg Terhi Holster
1999 Flag of Sweden.svg Arja Hannus Flag of Sweden.svg Lena Hasselström Flag of Sweden.svg Annika Zell
2000 Flag of Sweden.svg Lena Hasselström Flag of Sweden.svg Annika Zell Flag of Sweden.svg Arja Hannus
2001 Flag of Sweden.svg Lena Hasselström Flag of Russia.svg Tatiana Vlasova Flag of Norway.svg Stine Hjermstad Kirkevik
2003 Flag of Russia.svg Natalia Tomilova Flag of Russia.svg Tatiana Vlasova Flag of Sweden.svg Stina Grenholm
2006 Flag of Norway.svg Stine Hjermstad Kirkevik Flag of Russia.svg Tatiana Vlasova Flag of Sweden.svg Marie Lund
2007/08 Flag of Russia.svg Tatiana Vlasova Flag of Finland.svg Liisa Anttila Flag of Russia.svg Olga Shevchenko
2009/10 Flag of Russia.svg Natalia Tomilova Flag of Norway.svg Marte Reenaas Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Olga Novikova
2011/12 Flag of Sweden.svg Josefine Engström Flag of Sweden.svg Tove Alexandersson Flag of Russia.svg Polina Malchikova
2013/14 Flag of Russia.svg Tatiana Rvacheva Flag of Sweden.svg Tove Alexandersson Flag of Russia.svg Anastasia Kravchenko [3]

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See also

The World Ski Orienteering Championships (Ski-WOC) is the official event to award the titles of World Champions in ski orienteering. The World Championships is organized every odd year. The programme includes Sprint, Middle and Long Distance competitions, and a Relay for both men and women. The first Ski-WOC was held in 1975.