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Last day for Early Bird offer on week pass to IOF LiveCenter

If you cannot go to Strömstad-Tanum yourself to follow your heroes at the World Orienteering Championships, then do not fear. IOF LiveCenter gives you the possibility to follow WOC at close hand with GPS-tracking from all events and live web TV-production with two well prepared commentators.

You can buy access to single races or for the full week. Today is the last day to save some money with an Early Bird offer on a week pass. Only 18€ for the full package at all events. Read more about the different offers and how you get access to IOF LiveCenter here.

IOF have live results available for free and throughout the week four web TV-studio broadcast can be followed with no cost. Per Forsberg and Ola Jodal discuss the finished events and prepare you for the next ones.

With a LiveCenter pass your experience will be taken to the next level though. GPS-tracking from all events (excluding Sprint Qualification) and a professional TV- production with the commentators Katherine Bett and Hugh Dan MacLennan make the experience like you were there. Below you can get to know them a little better.

The commentator team at IOF’s live TV-production during WOC

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Katherine Bett

She was a member of last year’s IOF LiveCenter commentary team as well. Completing her first orienteering course at the age of 6 weeks, Katherine has been a competitive orienteer since the age of 10, and has coached in several of the British junior squads.

Katherine has developed her own broadcasting skills in Purple Radio, the Durham University student radio station, where she finished with a year as News Editor, including presenting her own weekly programme.

Hugh Dan MacLennan

He is a highly regarded freelance professional TV sports commentator in his home country of Scotland. His specialisms are Rugby Union and Shinty, a sport with some similarities to hockey that is played mainly in the highlands of Scotland.

He is a Scottish Gaelic speaker and frequently works for BBC Alba, the Scottish Gaelic TV channel. He made his debut as a commentator for IOF LiveCenter at last year’s World Championships.


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