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Nice "flower". Congratulations, Daniel Hubmann, Switzerland!
O, just a 1 second ...
Will Tim Robertson keep the speed till the finish? Started good.
SUI, SUI, SUI at the lead in this moment.
Daniel Hubmann !!!
And, the Live Tv is back.
No, your laptop/phone did not broke, TV is off for a moment.
Ahmet Kacmaz , Turkey, just started. The surprise from the morning qualifications
Andreas Kyburz started strongly! 1st at the arena passage so far.
Emil Svensk leader at the finish. Martin Regborn leader at radio CP nr. 3.
Arturs Paulins, local favorite, at start. Best wishes!
Quite the same distance ...
It's very slippery on the streets now. Rain....
From the left: Tove Alexandersson, Maja Alm, Judith Wyder
That's how you win the race!
Maja Alm! Queen of the sprint!
Yea, that was time costing
Hm, where is Dzema going?
Some seconds lost...
Galina Vinogradova impressive at Finish!
Tove Alexandersson has just started her race!
Maria Prieto, Spain, leader at the Finish at this moment
Top route(green) is shooooorter...
No, this road choice was not the fastest...
Yes, green is shorter!
Different routechoices allready to 1st CP ...
Old Town Riga is not easy to get around, but course planner have made it even more difficult with additional fences....
Live TV at https://liveorienteering.com/#/ is on!
Here is video playback from Sprint Q. Facebook video
Map: Scale: 1:4000, ISSOM, contour interval 2m, issued 07/2018. Courses have 2 parts(loops) and arena passage at around 50% of the course. Cartography Juris Cebulis and Atis Zarins. Course planner - Janis Tamuzs.
Course details for Finals:
|M||4,3 km||20 m||13 min|
|W||3,8 km||15 m||13 min|
So, we will be back at ~ 14:45 with Sprint Finals. Sprint Finals will be held in the Old Town of Riga (UNESCO World heritage site) – a medieval city that continued to evolve over the centuries. Finals will have live Tv and GPS covering.
And, he is a course planner for Finals as well, so there will be even more fun!
Course planner for Qualifications was Janis Tamuzs. He has some good background in Indoor-O course planning, so this probably came from there - :)
A- Tim Robertson (NZL) 11:44, B- Yannick Michiels (BEL) 11:00, C- Jonas Leandersson (SWE) 11:36
Some live video feed form Q - facebook
Arturs Paulins good start in run A.
Jonas Leandersson with impresseive finish in group C
Fight for Sprint finale in women group has ended. Winners in each group are:
A - Karolin Ohlsson🇸🇪 12:00
B - Judith Wyder🇨🇭 11:43
C - Maja Alm🇩🇰 12:20
And for Latvian girls🇱🇻:
4th in B - Sandra Grosberga 12:28
17th in A - Irita Puķīte 13:29
19th in C - Līga Valdmane 14:25
Less than 10 minutes till start of Men groups.
So, we are close to the end of woman qualification. So far, best in start groups - Karolin Ohlsson, Judith Wyder and Maja Alm (what a surprise ;) )
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