World Trail Orienteering Championships

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World Trail Orienteering Championships
Statusactive
Genresporting event
Date(s)June–August
Frequencyannual
Location(s)various
Inaugurated2004 (2004)
Organised by IOF

The World Trail Orienteering Championships (WTOC) were first held in 2004 and annually since them. The majority of the championships were held in Europe, with 2005 the only exception up to date.

Contents

The current championship events are:

Venues

YearDaysLocation [1]
2004 (in conjunction with FootO WOC 2004)September 15–18 Flag of Sweden.svg Västerås, Sweden [2]
2005 (in conjunction with FootO WOC 2005)August 9–11 Flag of Japan.svg Aichi, Japan [3]
2006 (in conjunction with WMTBOC 2006)July 9–14 Flag of Finland.svg Joensuu, Finland [4]
2007 (in conjunction with FootO WOC 2007)August 17–26 Flag of Ukraine.svg Kiev, Ukraine [5]
2008 (in conjunction with FootO WOC 2008)July 12–26 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Olomouc, Czech Republic [6]
2009 (in conjunction with FootO WOC 2009)August 18–23 Flag of Hungary.svg Miskolc, Hungary [7]
2010 (in conjunction with FootO WOC 2010)August 4–6 Flag of Norway.svg Trondheim, Norway [8]
2011 (in conjunction with FootO WOC 2011)August 13–20 Flag of France.svg Savoie, France [9]
2012 June 6–9 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Scotland, Great Britain [10]
2013 (in conjunction with FootO WOC 2013)July 6–14 Flag of Finland.svg Vuokatti, Finland [11]
2014 (in conjunction with FootO WOC 2014)July 5–13 Flag of Italy.svg Trentino-Veneto, Italy [12]
2015 June 22–28 Flag of Croatia.svg Zagreb, Croatia [13]
2016 (in conjunction with FootO WOC 2016)August 20–28 Flag of Sweden.svg Strömstad-Tanum, Sweden [14]
2017 July 10–15 Flag of Lithuania.svg Birstonas, Lithuania [15]
2018 (in conjunction with FootO WOC 2018)August 6–10 Flag of Latvia.svg Daugavpils, Latvia [16]
2019 June 23–29 Flag of Portugal.svg Idanha-a-Nova, Portugal
2020 November 28–December 5 Flag of Hong Kong.svg Hong Kong [17]

PreO

This was called the "individual competition" before 2010.

Open

YearGoldSilverBronzeNumber of controls (day 1)Number of controls (day 2)
2004 [18] Flag of Sweden.svg  Ola Jansson  (SWE)Flag of Sweden.svg  Martin Fredholm  (SWE)Flag of Sweden.svg  Stig Gerdtman  (SWE)18 controls, 2 TCs [19] 16 controls, 2 TCs [20]
2005 [21] Flag of Norway.svg  Per Midthaugen  (NOR)Flag of Sweden.svg  Stig Gerdtman  (SWE)Flag of Japan.svg  Mitsumasa Sugimoto  (JPN)17 controls, 2 TCs [22] 15 controls, 2 TCs [23]
2006 [24] Flag of Sweden.svg  Martin Fredholm  (SWE)Flag of Sweden.svg  Stig Gerdtman  (SWE)Flag of Norway.svg  Per Midthaugen  (NOR)
2007 [25] Flag of Slovenia.svg  Kreso Kerestes  (SLO)Flag of Finland.svg  Antti Rusanen  (FIN)Flag of Norway.svg  Ole-Johan Waaler  (NOR)
2008 [26] Flag of Germany.svg  Anne Straube  (GER)Flag of Sweden.svg  Martin Fredholm  (SWE)Flag of Finland.svg  Jari Turto  (FIN)
2009 [27] Flag of Ukraine.svg  Vitaliy Kyrychenko  (UKR)Flag of Finland.svg  Lauri Kontkanen  (FIN)Flag of Japan.svg  Haruo Kimura  (JPN)
2010 [28] Flag of Sweden.svg  Stig Gerdtman  (SWE)Flag of Finland.svg  Lauri Kontkanen  (FIN)Flag of Croatia.svg  Ivo Tisljar  (CRO)20 controls, 2 TCs [29] 20 controls, 2 TCs [30]
2011 [31] Flag of Finland.svg  Lauri Kontkanen  (FIN)Flag of Finland.svg  Antti Rusanen  (FIN)Flag of Croatia.svg  Ivo Tisljar  (CRO)20 controls, 2 TCs [32] 20 controls, 2 TCs [33]
2012 [34] Flag of Sweden.svg  Stig Gerdtman  (SWE)Flag of Ukraine.svg  Vitaliy Kyrychenko  (UKR)Flag of Ukraine.svg  Sergiy Stoian  (UKR)20 controls (1 voided), 2 TCs [35] 23 controls, 2 TCs [36]
2013 [37] Flag of Finland.svg  Jari Turto  (FIN)Flag of Sweden.svg  Martin Fredholm  (SWE)Flag of Finland.svg  Antti Rusanen  (FIN)20 controls, 2 timed stations, 4 TCs [38] 19 controls, 1 timed station, 2 TCs [39]
2014 [40] Flag of Latvia.svg  Guntars Mankus  (LAT)Flag of Sweden.svg  Marit Wiksell  (SWE)Flag of Norway.svg  Geir Myhr Øien  (NOR)12 controls (1 voided), 1 timed station, 2 TCs [41] 20 controls, 2 timed station, 3 TCs [42]
2015 [43] Flag of Italy.svg  Michele Cera  (ITA)Flag of Finland.svg  Antti Rusanen  (FIN)Flag of Norway.svg  Martin Jullum  (NOR)26 controls, 2 timed stations, 6 TCs [44] 26 controls, 2 timed stations, 6 TCs [45]
2016 [46] Flag of Sweden.svg  Martin Fredholm  (SWE)Flag of Norway.svg  Martin Jullum  (NOR)Flag of Latvia.svg  Janis Rukšans  (LAT)21 controls (1 voided), 1 timed station, 3 TCs [47] 28 controls, 1 timed station, 3 TCs [48]
2017 [49] Flag of Norway.svg  Lars Jakob Waaler  (NOR)Flag of Finland.svg  Pinja Mäkinen  (FIN)Flag of Norway.svg  Geir Myhr Øien  (NOR)21 controls (2 voided), 1 timed station, 3 TCs [50] 28 controls, 3 TCs [51]
2018 [52] Flag of Slovakia.svg  Ján Furucz  (SVK)Flag of Norway.svg  Geir Myhr Øien  (NOR)Flag of Finland.svg  Antti Rusanen  (FIN)
2019 [53] Flag of Finland.svg  Pinja Mäkinen  (FIN)Flag of Norway.svg  Geir Myhr Øien  (NOR)Flag of Slovenia.svg  Kreso Kerestes  (SLO)

Paralympic

YearGoldSilverBronzeNumber of controls (day 1)Number of controls (day 2)
2004 [54] Flag of Norway.svg  Jan-Erik Haug  (NOR)Flag of Ukraine.svg  Valeriy Tsodikov  (UKR)Flag of the United States.svg  David Irving  (USA)18 controls, 2 TCs [55] 16 controls, 2 TCs [56]
2005 [57] Flag of Lithuania.svg  Evaldas Butrimas  (LTU)Flag of the United States.svg  David Irving  (USA)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  John Crosby  (GBR)17 controls, 2 TCs [58] 15 controls, 2 TCs [59]
2006 [60] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Dave Gittus  (GBR)Flag of Sweden.svg  Nils-Olav Andersson  (SWE)Flag of Sweden.svg  Lennart Wahlgren  (SWE)
2007 [61] Flag of Italy.svg  Roberta Falda  (ITA)Flag of Lithuania.svg  Evaldas Butrimas  (LTU)Flag of Sweden.svg  Bernt Gustafsson  (SWE)
2008 [62] Flag of Sweden.svg  Lennart Wahlgren  (SWE)Flag of Croatia.svg  Zdenko Horjan  (CRO)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Dave Gittus  (GBR)
2009 [63] Flag of Sweden.svg  Lennart Wahlgren  (SWE)Flag of Croatia.svg  Zdenko Horjan  (CRO)Flag of Sweden.svg  Ola Jansson  (SWE)
2010 [64] Flag of Sweden.svg  Ola Jansson  (SWE)Flag of Sweden.svg  Lennart Wahlgren  (SWE)Flag of Denmark.svg  Søren Saxtorph  (DEN)20 controls, 2 TCs [65] 20 controls, 2 TCs [66]
2011 [67] Flag of Russia.svg  Dmitry Kucherenko  (RUS)Flag of Denmark.svg  Søren Saxtorph  (DEN)Flag of Sweden.svg  Inga Gunnarsson  (SWE)20 controls, 2 TCs [68] 20 controls, 2 TCs [69]
2012 [70] Flag of Sweden.svg  Ola Jansson  (SWE)Flag of Finland.svg  Pekka Seppä  (FIN)Flag of Russia.svg  Dmitry Kucherenko  (RUS)20 controls (1 voided), 2 TCs [71] 23 controls, 2 TCs [72]
2013 [73] Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jana Kostova  (CZE)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Pavel Dudík  (CZE)Flag of Denmark.svg  Søren Saxtorph  (DEN)20 controls, 2 timed stations, 4 TCs [74] 19 controls, 1 timed station, 2 TCs [75]
2014 [76] Flag of Sweden.svg  Michael Johansson  (SWE)Flag of Sweden.svg  Ola Jansson  (SWE)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  John Crosby  (GBR)12 controls (1 voided), 1 timed station, 2 TCs [77] 20 controls, 2 timed station, 3 TCs [78]
2015 [79] Flag of Ukraine.svg  Vladislav Vovk  (UKR)Flag of Croatia.svg  Ivica Bertol  (CRO)Flag of Denmark.svg  Søren Saxtorph  (DEN)26 controls, 2 timed stations, 6 TCs [80] 26 controls, 2 timed stations, 6 TCs [81]
2016 [82] Flag of Sweden.svg  Michael Johansson  (SWE)Flag of Russia.svg  Pavel Shmatov  (RUS)Flag of Sweden.svg  Ola Jansson  (SWE)21 controls (1 voided), 1 timed station, 3 TCs [83] 28 controls, 1 timed station, 3 TCs [84]
2017 [85] Flag of Sweden.svg  Ola Jansson  (SWE)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jana Kostová  (CZE)Flag of Finland.svg  Pekka Seppä  (FIN)21 controls (2 voided), 1 timed station, 3 TCs [86] 28 controls, 3 TCs [87]
2018 [88] Flag of Sweden.svg  Ola Jansson  (SWE)Flag of Sweden.svg  Michael Johansson  (SWE)Flag of Norway.svg  Svein Jakobsen  (NOR)
2019 [89] Flag of Sweden.svg  Ola Jansson  (SWE)Flag of Russia.svg  Pavel Shmatov  (RUS)Flag of Sweden.svg  Michael Johansson  (SWE)

TempO (since 2013)

All competitors, regardless of disability, participate in one single class only since there is no physical movement involved in the competition process.

Open

YearGoldSilverBronzeNumber of controls (qualification)Number of controls (final)
2010 [90]
(World TempO Trophy)
Flag of Finland.svg  Lauri Kontkanen  (FIN)Flag of Norway.svg  Lars Jakob Waaler  (NOR)Flag of Sweden.svg  Martin Fredholm  (SWE)
2011 [91]
(World TempO Trophy)
Flag of Norway.svg  Martin Jullum  (NOR)Flag of Finland.svg  Antti Rusanen  (FIN)Flag of Norway.svg  Lars Jakob Waaler  (NOR)
2012 [92]
(World TempO Trophy)
Flag of Sweden.svg  Marit Wiksell  (SWE)Flag of Italy.svg  Guido Michelotti  (ITA)Flag of Norway.svg  Martin Jullum  (NOR)8 timed stations, 24 TCs
2013 [93] Flag of Finland.svg  Pinja Mäkinen  (FIN)Flag of Sweden.svg  Marit Wiksell  (SWE)Flag of Finland.svg  Lauri Kontkanen  (FIN)8 timed stations, 24 TCs5 timed stations, 15 TCs
2014 [94] Flag of Norway.svg  Martin Jullum  (NOR)Flag of Finland.svg  Lauri Kontkanen  (FIN)Flag of Finland.svg  Pinja Mäkinen  (FIN)6 timed stations, 24 TCs [95] 5 timed stations, 25 TCs [96]
2015 [97] Flag of Finland.svg  Antti Rusanen  (FIN)Flag of Slovakia.svg  Ján Furucz  (SVK)Flag of Norway.svg  Sondre Ruud Bråten  (NOR)7 timed stations, 28 TCs [98] 7 timed stations, 35 TCs [99]
2016 [100] Flag of Norway.svg  Lars Jakob Waaler  (NOR)Flag of Sweden.svg  Marit Wiksell  (SWE)Flag of Finland.svg  Pinja Mäkinen  (FIN)4 timed stations, 20 TCs [101] 5 timed stations, 30 TCs [102]
2017 [103] Flag of Norway.svg  Vetle Ruud Bråten  (NOR)Flag of Norway.svg  Martin Aarholt Waaler  (NOR)Flag of Slovakia.svg  Ján Furucz  (SVK)5 timed stations, 25 TCs [104] 6 timed stations, 30 TCs [105]
2018 [106] Flag of Finland.svg  Petteri Hakala  (FIN)Flag of Sweden.svg  Lennart Wahlgren  (SWE)
Flag of Slovakia.svg  Ján Furucz  (SVK)
2019 [107] Flag of Sweden.svg  Marit Wiksell  (SWE)Flag of Portugal.svg  Ines Domingues  (POR)Flag of Finland.svg  Antti Rusanen  (FIN)

Paralympic

YearGoldSilverBronzeNumber of controls (day 1)Number of controls (day 2)
2010 [108]
(World TempO Trophy)
Flag of Sweden.svg  Ola Jansson  (SWE)Flag of Sweden.svg  Lennart Wahlgren  (SWE)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Bohuslav Hulka  (CZE)

Team competition (before 2015)

Paralympic

YearGoldSilverBronze
2004 [109] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania
2005 [110] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania Flag of Japan.svg  Japan
2006 [111] Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
2007 [112] Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine
2008 [113] Flag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden

Open

YearGoldSilverBronze
2009 [114] Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
2010 [115] Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia
2011 [116] Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
2012 [117] Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia
2013 [118] Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark
2014 [119] Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia
2015 [120] Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia Flag of Finland.svg  Finland

Relay (since 2016)

Open

YearGoldSilverBronze
2016 [121] Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
2017 [122] Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
2018 [123] Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Flag of Latvia.svg  Latvia Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
2019 [124] Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain

Paralympic

YearGoldSilverBronze
2016 [125] Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
2017 [126] Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden
2018 [127] Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Flag of Russia.svg  Russia
2019 [128] Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine Flag of Russia.svg  Russia


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