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O-Ringen Orebro 2010

Show Profile  paultheOctopus Posted: 26 July 2010, 12:46 PM  
and now our thoughts are with those who are lucky enough, or mad enough to experience o-ringen 2010. It's a bit like the kiwi orienteers right of passage. Those elephant tracks, choosing the correct finish chute, the often long walks to the start, the buses to event centers, the cue for the unfortunate at the fist aid tents the showers... it's all very eyeopening for the uninitiated. This years terrain looks totally cool nice.
http://www.oringen.se/english.4.39a60313129a34fc2c580001128.html

Tom is managing to post stuff on his blog for us all to share which is a big thumbs up.
http://thomasreynolds.wordpress.com/

http://www.oringenonline.com/Ola/Ajax.aspx?Language=English
DAY 1:
H21 ELITE 63rd Thomas Reynolds 92:16 (63) 92:16
H20 ELITE 59th Gene Beveridge 84:55 (59) 84:55
H20 ELITE 75th Toby Scott 91:30 (75) 91:30
H18 ELITE 72th Matthew Ogden 70:40 (72) 70:40
D20 ELITE 92nd Kate Morrison 85:51 (92) 85:51
H45 231st Patrick Manning 103:52 (231) 103:52
H21 39th Todd Oates 67:29 (39) 67:29
H21 42nd Matt Scott 67:59 (42) 67:59
H21 104th James Bradshaw 80:54 (104) 80:54
H21 SHORT 74th Simon Jager 54:00 (74) 54:00
H21 SHORT 52nd Tane Cambridge 51:12 (52) 51:12
D21 17th Lara Prince 53:43 (17) 53:43
D21 9th Rita Homes 51:17 (9) 51:17
OPEN 8 23rd Lizzie Ingham 49:06 (23) 49:06
OPEN 5 138th Viv Prince 91:57 (138) 91:57

and the obominable o-men...
H21 ELITSERIEN 70 Bryan Keely 98:16 (70) 98:16
H20 ELIT 100 Oscar Phillips 111:33 (100) 111:33
H20 ELIT 102 Joshua Blatchford 113:58 (102) 113:58
H20 ELIT 58 Lachlan Dow 84:16 (58) 84:16
H18 ELIT 84 Ian Lawford 74:30 (84) 74:30
H18 ELIT 90 KURT NEUMANN 77:19 (90) 77:19
D21 ELITSERIEN 66 Rachel Effeney 92:41 (66) 92:41
D21 ELITSERIEN 67 Aislinn Prendergast 95:04 (67) 95:04
D21 ELITSERIEN 69 LAURINA NEUMANN 97:19 (69) 97:19
D20 ELIT 110 claire butler 137:36 (110) 137:36
D20 ELIT 75 Belinda Lawford 79:27 (75) 79:27
H55 18 Geoff Lawford 46:23 (18) 46:23
H55 57 Roch Prendergast 56:59 (57) 56:59
H50 17 Warren Key 44:33 (17) 44:33
H50 148 David Poland 83:31 (148) 83:31
H50 162 Tony Garr 117:33 (162) 117:33
H45 --- mark neumann (---) Invalid ---
H45 233 Tony Hill 108:15 (233) 108:15
H21 LÃ…NG --- Conan Hall Invalid (---) Invalid

Question... What do you call an orienteering friend in NZ?
Answer... Orebro!

Nice to see Lizzie running again.



Show Profile  Greg Posted: 26 July 2010, 1:25 PM  
The winners times would be helpful as well Paul, cheers

Show Profile  paultheOctopus Posted: 26 July 2010, 1:53 PM  
anyone would think i have eight arms Greg

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 26 July 2010, 1:55 PM  
In general a two-digit placing is pretty good at O-Ringen. Kinda wish I was there - until reading about the rain. Thanks for the news Tom.

Show Profile  paultheOctopus Posted: 26 July 2010, 2:29 PM  
they're too damned quick, but here are the elite... maybe more tomorrow greg unless you beat me to it.

H21E:
1 Peter Öberg, Hällen, Sverige 67:45
2 Fabian Hertner, Kalevan Rasti, Schweiz 68:55
3 David Andersson, Malungs, Sverige 70:13
4 Oleksandr Kratov, Orion, Sverige 71:05
5 Daniel Hubmann, Kristiansand, Schweiz 72:08
6 Mattias Millinger, Linné, Sverige 72:42
7 Filip Dahlgren, IFK Lidingös, Sverige 73:03
8 Johan Runesson Tisaren, Sverige 73:33
9 Erik Rost, Malungs, Sverige 73:34
10 Valentin Novikov, Delta, Ryssland 74:42

D21E:
1 Simone Niggli-Luder, Ulricehamns,Schweiz 57:02
2 Heidi Østlid, Bagstevold Bekkelagets,Norge 61:09
3 Lena Eliasson, Domnarvets,Sverige 61:16
4 Eva Jurenikova, Domnarvets,Sverige 61:23
5 Signe Söes, IFK Lidingös,Sverige 62:10
6 Emma Claesson, Stora Tuna,Sverige 63:25
7 Maja Alm, Ulricehamns,Danmark 63:42
8 Johanna Öberg, Hällen, Sverige 64:15
9 Elin Andersson, Skantze Järla, Sverige 65:07
10 Johanna Svensson, Hällen, Sverige 65:10


Go Maja

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 26 July 2010, 9:15 PM  
Looking round the O-Ringen website shows some interesting parts of the programme alongside the traditional courses. Miniknat alias string course, am I imagining that these have got less common in NZ? Pity. The O-Ringen Challenge, an endurance class with navigation at yellow level. And the O-Ringen multi: http://www.oringen.se/english/competitions/oringenmulti.4.39a60313129a34fc2c580004523.html

Show Profile  paultheOctopus Posted: 27 July 2010, 1:05 PM  
Day 2 plus overall in brackets. (Had to use all eight legs to do this)
H21 ES:
1 35:57 Valentin Novikov Ryssland (7) 110:39
2 36:29 Tomas Linné Sverige (9)112:1
3 36:42 David Andersson Malungs Sverige (2) 106:55
4 36:55 Erik Rost Malungs Sverige (6) 110:29
5 37:30 Oleksandr Kratov Orion Sverige (3) 108:35
6 37:33 Anders Tiltnes IL Tyrving Norge (19) 117:21
7 37:44 Mattias MillingerLinnéSverige(4) 110:26
8 37:57 Peter Öberg Hällen Sverige(1) 105:42
9 38:02 Patrik Karlsson Hakarpspojkarna Sverige (15) 116:12
10 38:25 Johan Runesson TisarenSverige(8) 111:58
65 50:00 Thomas Reynolds NZ(65) 142:16
71 55:34Bryan Keely Oz (68) 153:50
H20E:
1 26:25 Mattias Kyburz Tisaren Schweiz (5) 96:20
2 26:57 Olle Boström JärlaSverige (1) 92:23
3 27:18 Lauri Sild Triangeln Sverige (2) 92:30
40 34:08 Lachlan Dow Oz(46) 118:24
80 40:41 Gene Beveridge NZ (60) 125:36
60 37:38 Toby Scott NZ (69) 129:08
91 44:09 Joshua Blatchford Oz (100) 158:07
101 46:18 Oscar Phillips Oz (99) 157:51
H18E:
1 25:41 Jens Wängdahl Gipen Sverige(5) 85:07
66 36:42 Matthew Ogden NZ (65) 107:22
94 40:38 Ian Lawford Oz (82) 115:08
D21ES:
1 35:33 Simone Niggli-Luder Ulricehamns Schweiz (1) 92:35
2 36:44 Johanna Svensson Hällen Sverige (4) 101:54
3 37:19 Lina Persson Kristiansands OK Sverige (10) 105:08
4 37:57 Maria Magnusson Sävedalens Sverige (14) 107:22
5 38:41 Bodil Holmström NTNUI Norge (9) 104:41
6 39:12 Elin Andersson Skantze Järla Sverige (8) 104:19
7 39:37 Eva Jurenikova Domnarvets Sverige (2) 101:00
8 40:10 Emma Andersson Sävedalens Sverige (15) 107:42
9 40:13 Maja Alm Ulricehamns Danmark (6) 103:55
10 40:22 Sara Eskilsson Haninge Skid Sverige (11) 106:08
65 58:13 Rachel Effeney Oz (67) 150:54
70 88:54 Aislinn Prendergast Oz (70) 183:58
--- Laurina Neumann Oz Invalid
D20E:
1 30:59 Anna Forsberg Kolmården Sverige (1) 86:41
2 31:54 Ida Bobach Ulricehamns Danmark (4) 90:34
3 32:05 Therese Klintberg Eksjö Sverige (3) 89:55
71 45:25 Kate Morrison NZ (86) 131:16
102 57:01 Claire butler Oz (105) 194:37
--- Belinda Lawford Oz Invalid
H45:
226 Patrick Manning NZ 112:12 (223) 216:04
H21:
1 34:21 Vili Niemi Rajamäen Rykmentti Finland (1) 87:35
59 45:03 Todd Oates NZ (44) 112:32
--- Matt Scott NZ Invalid
126 54:12 James Bradshaw NZ (103) 135:06
H21Short:
1 37:10 Niklas Serrander Södertälje Sverige (1) 37:10
83 49:58 Simon Jager NZ (76) 103:58
101 53:24 Tane Cambridge (81) 104:36
D21:
1 31:34 Matleena Ojapalo Finland (2) 81:14
21 38:36 Lara Prince NZ (14) 92:19
18 37:44 Rita Homes NZ (8) 89:01

OPEN 8
155 84:27 Lizzie Ingham NZ (56) 133:33

OPEN 5
--- Viv Prince NZ Not started

H60
54 45:49 Chip Lundström Oz (45) 98:08
H55
29 33:47 Geoff Lawford Oz (18) 80:10
H55
93 50:25 Roch Prendergast Oz (76) 107:24
H50
56 38:22 Warren Key Oz (37) 82:55
H50
130 58:35 David Poland Oz (139) 142:06
H50
148 71:25 Tony Garr Oz (156) 188:58
H45
--- mark neumann Oz Invalid
H45
185 63:53 Tony Hill Oz (213) 172:08
H21 LÃ…NG
187 133:15 Conan Hall Oz (---) Invalid



Show Profile  paultheOctopus Posted: 27 July 2010, 1:16 PM  
tomorrow (nz tonight)the Elite men and women run in a spectator friendy park sprint, the others all do a long distance race. Looking at the forest map, if it hasn't stopped raining yet maybe they should wear their gumboots

Show Profile  paultheOctopus Posted: 27 July 2010, 9:25 PM  
Day 3
a number of runners out in the forest right now, many due in soon. Lara 2nd so far, 140 to come in yet. got 2 video cameras showing finish chutes for those of you who havn't seen the spectacle. Also got live radio oringen going but in swedish of course - untill Stan Foster finished... he was asked about things, remarking that the terrain was tough, and hard to read. Also he is running for England at the moment but will be returning to NZ.

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 27 July 2010, 10:04 PM  
Interesting... med eller utan damen?

Show Profile  paultheOctopus Posted: 27 July 2010, 10:31 PM  
he didn't divulge such information

Show Profile  paultheOctopus Posted: 27 July 2010, 11:14 PM  
the Jagermeister seems to have put in a very tidy time, atm Tane is out there on the same course, Todd also appears to have ran well. Lara's result slowly dropping but here running total looking great. James seems not to have started?

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 28 July 2010, 12:47 AM  
I like the Swedish use of the 24hr clock. "There will be a training race between 13-20".

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 28 July 2010, 1:36 AM  
OTOH I see that the north lines are not parallel to the sides of the map (at least on one that is on WorldofO). I remember seeing this in Sweden before, strange.

Show Profile  thomasr Posted: 30 July 2010, 2:18 AM  
Just chucking a post on my blog now. Sprint race was awesome check out the video on the oringen website. I'm starting to understand why some swedes don't like camping at oringen, another day of wondeful rain again today.

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 30 July 2010, 12:13 PM  
I can't find that video? Or any maps. Any clues?


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