IOF

  1. World Orienteering Day is coming up

    The third edition of the global success World Orienteering Day kicks off all over the world May 23rd. 2018, all orienteering activities between May 23rd and May 29th can be registered as a World Orienteering Day event.
  2. Alexandersson and Kyburz top World Cup rankings

    Top athletes in this year’s World Cup after the European Championships are Tove Alexandersson, Sweden and Matthias Kyburz, Switzerland. Both dominated their competitions, winning two of the three individual races and finishing second in the other.
  3. Alexandersson and Lundanes won the tough EOC long distance

    Tove Alexandersson, Sweden, and Olav Lundanes, Norway are the new European champions in long distance. The two Scandinavian athletes managed to beat the Swiss team in the tough Swiss terrain.   
  4. Switzerland and Norway European Champions in Relay

    Switzerland won the women’s relay and Norway the men’s relay at the European Orienteering Championships in Ticino, Switzerland.
  5. Switzerland European Champions in Sprint Relay

    Switzerland won the Sprint Relay at the European Orienteering Championships in Ticino, Switzerland.