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12.10.2018 Slovakian Furucz wins European TrailO Cup
The final events of the season in the unofficial European Cup in Trail Orienteering (ECTO) were held in Prague last weekend, and the outcome in the overall standings was a victory by 10 points for Jan Furucz, Slovakia.

07.10.2018 Alexandersson and Kyburz repeat World Cup success
Tove Alexandersson, Sweden and Matthias Kyburz, Switzerland are the 2018 overall World Cup winners after today’s exciting World Cup Final Sprint in Mladá Boleslav. Both have now won the World Cup overall five times.

07.10.2018 IOF General Assembly concludes in Prague
The XXIX IOF General Assembly took place today in Prague, Czech Republic.

06.10.2018 First World Cup wins for Ohlsson and Nykodym
Karolin Ohlsson, Sweden has got steadily better this season, culminating in victory by 1.10 in today’s Middle race in the technical sandstone terrain at Turnov. Surprise winner of the men’s race was home athlete Milos Nykodym, for whom a little-used route choice on a long leg near the end proved absolutely decisive.

06.10.2018 IOF General Assembly Resolution
At the currently ongoing IOF General Assembly, the Member Federations of the IOF came together in a common resolution.

05.10.2018 Emphatic Team World Cup win for Swiss
The Swiss teams put on a huge power display in the Sprint Relay today after their Knock-Out Sprint disappointments, getting three teams in to the finish in the first four. Their winning team had a hard fight with Sweden in the early stages, but two mistakes by the Swedes made it an easy victory for Switzerland in the end.

04.10.2018 Wyder and Kral take Knock-Out Sprint titles
Winners in the finals today were Judith Wyder, Switzerland, taking her first major victory this year, and local favourite Vojtech Kral. Both the semi-finals and finals courses took the athletes through some very complex multi-level terrain as well as fast open parkland.

03.10.2018 Prague is buzzing: World Cup Finals start tomorrow!
Excitement is building in Prague as athletes from 29 nations prepare for four World Cup events in successive days, starting tomorrow. The first event, a Knock-Out Sprint, is a trial of the final form of this new format. This is a sprint-dominated World Cup final series with only one forest race (Middle distance), but that promises to be very technically demanding in an area with masses of huge sandstone boulders and cliffs.

02.10.2018 Follow the World Cup Final live
Tove Alexandersson, Sweden has a commanding lead in the women’s standings, but there are three athletes in serious contention for the men’s title. Switzerland has a small lead in the Team World Cup. Don´t miss out: All you need to know about how to follow the competitions live.

02.10.2018 The World Cup Final Round kicks off with Knock-Out Sprint in Praha
The World Cup Round 4 starts with a Knock-Out Sprint in Praha on the 4th of October. The semi-finals and the finals will be held in Výstaviště in the northern part of central Prague.

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