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Orienteering World Cup

The Orienteering World Cup is a series of International Orienteering Federation. Two unofficial cups were organized in 1983 and 1984. The first official World Cup was held in 1986, and then every second year up to 2004. From 2004 the World Cup has been held annually.

Hosting nations

Year Hosting nations Notes
1986 Norway, Canada, USA, France, Sweden, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Switzerland 8 events
1988 Hong Kong, Australia, Great Britain, Finland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Sweden 8 events
1990 Poland, Denmark, Norway, Canada, USA, Switzerland, France, Germany 8 events
1992 Sweden, Finland, Russia, Hungary, Austria, Italy, Canada, USA 8 events
1994 New Zealand, Australia, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Czech Republic 9 events (6 individual, 3 relays)
1996 Lithuania, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, France 10 events (7 individual, 3 relays)
1998 Ireland, Great Britain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia, Estonia, Finland 13 events (10 individual, 3 relays).
2000 Japan, Australia, Ukraine, Finland, Portugal 12 events (9 individual, 3 relays)
2002 Belgium, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Hungary, Czech Republic 17 events (13 individual, 4 relays).
2004 Denmark, Sweden, Germany 12 events (9 individual, 3 relays)
2005 Great Britain, Japan, Italy 12 events (9 individual, 3 relays)
2006 Estonia, Denmark, France 12 events (9 individual, 3 relays)
2007 Finland, Norway, Sweden, Ukraine, Switzerland 10 events
2008 Latvia, Norway, Czech Republic, Sweden, Switzerland 13 events
2009 Finland, Norway, Hungary, Switzerland 9 events
2010 Bulgaria, Finland, Sweden, Norway, France, Switzerland 12 events
2011 Czech Republic, Finland, France, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland 10 events
2012 Sweden, Switzerland, Norway, Finland 13 events
2013 New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Switzerland 13 events
2014 Turkey, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Italy, Switzerland

World Cup overall results

Simone Niggli-Luder, winner 2002-2007, 2009-2010
Anne Margrethe Hausken, winner 2008

Women

Year 1st 2nd 3rd Notes
1986 Ellen Sofie Olsvik Jorunn Teigen Karin Rabe
1988 Ragnhild Bratberg Brit Volden Jana Galikova
1990 Ragnhild Bente Andersen Ragnhild Bratberg Katarina Borg
1992 Marita Skogum Jana Cieslarova Yvette Hague
1994 Marlena Jansson Yvette Hague Hanne Staff
1996 Gunilla Svärd Marlena Jansson Hanne Staff
1998 Hanne Staff Johanna Asklöf Katarina Borg
2000 Hanne Staff Simone Luder Heather Monro
2002 Simone Luder Vroni König-Salmi Hanne Staff
2004 Simone Niggli-Luder Tatiana Ryabkina Karolina Arewång-Höjsgaard
2005 Simone Niggli-Luder Vroni König-Salmi Anne Margrethe Hausken
2006 Simone Niggli-Luder Marianne Andersen Minna Kauppi
2007 Simone Niggli-Luder Heli Jukkola Minna Kauppi
2008 Anne Margrethe Hausken Minna Kauppi Helena Jansson
2009 Simone Niggli-Luder Marianne Andersen Helena Jansson
2010 Simone Niggli-Luder Helena Jansson Maja Alm
2011 Helena Jansson Minna Kauppi Lena Eliasson
2012 Simone Niggli-Luder Minna Kauppi Tatiana Ryabkina
2013 Simone Niggli-Luder Tove Alexandersson Annika Billstam


Thierry Gueorgiou, winner 2006 and 2007

Men

Year 1st 2nd 3rd Notes
1986 Kent Olsson Øyvin Thon Michael Wehlin
1988 Øyvin Thon Jörgen Mårtensson Håvard Tveite
1990 Håvard Tveite Niklas Löwegren Jörgen Mårtensson
1992 Joakim Ingelsson Martin Johansson Petter Thoresen
1994 Petter Thoresen Janne Salmi Mika Kuisma
1996 Johan Ivarsson Jörgen Mårtensson Timo Karppinen
1998 Chris Terkelsen Johan Ivarsson Bjørnar Valstad
2000 Jani Lakanen Tore Sandvik Allan Mogensen
2002 Bjørnar Valstad Michael Mamleev Mats Haldin
2004 Holger Hott Johansen Andrey Khramov Øystein Kvaal Østerbø
2005 Andrey Khramov Thierry Gueorgiou Daniel Hubmann
2006 Thierry Gueorgiou Daniel Hubmann Valentin Novikov
2007 Thierry Gueorgiou Anders Nordberg Daniel Hubmann
2008 Daniel Hubmann Thierry Gueorgiou Matthias Merz
2009 Daniel Hubmann Thierry Gueorgiou Peter Öberg
2010 Daniel Hubmann Matthias Müller Thierry Gueorgiou
2011 Daniel Hubmann Thierry Gueorgiou Matthias Merz
2012 Matthias Kyburz Olav Lundanes Matthias Merz
2013 Matthias Kyburz Daniel Hubmann Fabian Hertner

See also

References


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