World Cup in Ski Orienteering

World Cup in Ski Orienteering
Russia's Eduard Khrennikov is a three-time winner of the men's overall competition.
Status active
Genre sporting event
Date(s) November–March
Frequency usually biennial
Location(s) various
Inaugurated 1989 (1989)
Organised by IOF

The World Cup in Ski Orienteering is a series of ski-orienteering competitions organized by the International Orienteering Federation. The first official World Cup was held in 1989, then every second year up to 1999, and then in 2000, 2001, 2003, 2006, and 2007-2008.[1]

World Cup overall results

Men

Year 1st 2nd 3rd Notes
1989 Vidar Benjaminsen Stig Mattson Anssi Juutilainen
1991 Anssi Juutilainen Bo Engdahl Vidar Benjaminsen
1993 Vidar Benjaminsen Lars Lystad Harald Svergja
1995 Vesa Mäkipää Raino Pesu Vidar Benjaminsen
1997 Vesa Mäkipää Pekka Varis Bertil Nordqvist
1999 Raino Pesu Björn Lans Bertil Nordqvist
2000 Eduard Khrennikov Andrei Gruzdev Jukka Lanki
2001 Matti Keskinarkaus Jukka Lanki Eduard Khrennikov
2003 Eduard Khrennikov Bertil Nordqvist Arto Lilja
2006 Eduard Khrennikov Tomas Löfgren Staffan Tunis
2007/08 Erik Rost Peter Arnesson Andrei Lamov
2009/10 Eduard Khrennikov Staffan Tunis Andrey Grigoriev
2011/12 Staffan Tunis Peter Arnesson Andrey Grigoriev
2013/14 Andrei Lamov Hans Jørgen Kvåle Lars Hol Moholdt[2]

Women

Year 1st 2nd 3rd Notes
1989 Virpi Juutilainen Ragnhild Bratberg Ann Charlotte Karlsson
1991 Arja Hannus Annika Zell Virpi Juutilainen
1993 Arja Nuolioja Riitta Karjalainen Hilde Gjermundshaug Pedersen
1995 Arja Nuolioja Lena Hasselström Hilde Gjermundshaug Pedersen
1997 Hilde Gjermundshaug Pedersen Liisa Anttila Terhi Holster
1999 Arja Hannus Lena Hasselström Annika Zell
2000 Lena Hasselström Annika Zell Arja Hannus
2001 Lena Hasselström Tatiana Vlasova Stine Hjermstad Kirkevik
2003 Natalia Tomilova Tatiana Vlasova Stina Grenholm
2006 Stine Hjermstad Kirkevik Tatiana Vlasova Marie Lund
2007/08 Tatiana Vlasova Liisa Anttila Olga Shevchenko
2009/10 Natalia Tomilova Marte Reenaas Olga Novikova
2011/12 Josefine Engström Tove Alexandersson Polina Malchikova
2013/14 Tatiana Rvacheva Tove Alexandersson Anastasia Kravchenko[3]

References

See also

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