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NZ Orienteering at World Games 2013, Cali, Colombia

Show Profile  Rog Posted: 1 August 2013, 12:01 PM  
The World Games can be followed online (results, tracking, TV) on this page: and there will be a live chat on the IOF website:

News articles, interviews and photos will be published on the IOF website and on the IOF Facebook page:

Sprint: 2 Aug Women 10am Men 11am COT
(NZST: Sat 3 Aug 3am-5:30am)

Middle: 3 Aug W9:30am M11:30am COT
(NZST: Sun 4 Aug W2:30am, M4:30am - 7am)

Relay: 4 Aug mass start 10am COT
(NZST: Mon 5 Aug 3am onwards)

The New Zealand team competing at the World Games in Cali, Colombia is Tane Cambridge (PP), Chris Forne (PP), Rachel Smith (BP), Georgia Whitla (PP) (Manager: Rachel Smith)

Start Lists, Competitor details, and official results will be at:

(Source: homepage) (via IOF)

Show Profile  Rog Posted: 1 August 2013, 12:21 PM  
For the local early birds, at 5am tomorrow NZ time:
IOFarena said: "Tomorrow we start with Model event at 9 AM Colombian time. After the model (around 12 Colombian time), some of the athletes will be available for questions in The World Games chat on the IOF website"

(source: )

Show Profile  angela Posted: 3 August 2013, 11:41 AM  
Results from the World Games Sprint distance:

Show Profile  onemanfanclub Posted: 3 August 2013, 12:45 PM  
I haven't looked at both courses yet, but the women's looked fairly basic. Unless I was missing something even a number of the long legs through the city blocks didn't really have a lot going on in the way of route choice. Maybe we should have had someone like Liz Orchard there? ;-)

Show Profile  Chris Forne Posted: 3 August 2013, 1:39 PM  
Yip, one of the least exciting races I have done from a course point of view. Lots of fast flat running, without much route choice. Despite this it was still a fun event, with good atmosphere. Will hopefully be a write up on OSquad blog soon.

Show Profile  Tane Cambridge Posted: 3 August 2013, 2:22 PM  
Yep, its up there now! Might have to add some photos tomorrow.

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 3 August 2013, 11:41 PM  
NZL, BRA and COL outstandingly successful in synchronising their runners' performances.

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 4 August 2013, 2:04 PM  
From this thread on Attackpoint

I thought that I would hop on here to publicly announce that for tomorrow's mixed relay NZ and USA have formally challenged each other for AP supremacy. The winner gets glory, national pride and perhaps most importantly bragging rights on this very site! Also, to sweeten the deal, 50 million pesos are also on the line.

A look back at the past two days will show a slight advantage for the US women and a slight advantage for the NZ men... anything could happen, so follow along tomorrow and help us crush some Kiwis!

Show Profile  Tane Cambridge Posted: 4 August 2013, 3:15 PM  
Yep that's right National pride is on the line! Follow us along so you can help us put the USA back in its place!

Also Team update of Day 2 is now up on the O-Squad blog.

Show Profile  theoman Posted: 5 August 2013, 7:40 AM  
HAHAHAHAHA, sprint finish was it? So tight.

9 17 USA 1:31:15,3
Eric Bone 25:00,0
Samantha Saeger 21:51,2
Ross Smith 22:26,4
Alison Crocker 21:57,7

10 9 NZL 1:31:15,4
Christopher Forne 19:54,0
Rachael Smith 25:35,4
Tane Cambridge 21:14,9
Georgia Whitla 24:31,1

Show Profile  Tane Cambridge Posted: 5 August 2013, 9:06 AM  
Yep right down to the wire! Pretty exciting and really close at the end... Just not quite the right side of 1/100 of a second...

Georgia punched last control first but Ali was running just that little bit faster and had the following position advantage. Both of them were smashed at the finish line.

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 7 August 2013, 10:27 PM  
Well. Its been a dramatic few weeks, watching orienteering round the globe. But its not over yet. Just a couple of weeks to this

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 11 August 2013, 9:27 PM  
Meanwhile one of NZ's quietest and most consistent athletes has medalled at the World Masters. Not easy to even qualify for the finals when its in Europe.

Show Profile  rob.g Posted: 12 August 2013, 6:22 PM  
Definately the most unkown, underrated veteran in NZ

Won the masters in the past, plus 3 Scottish 6 day events as an M35, 40 and 45 with only 3 appearances in that period.

Show Profile  hughff Posted: 12 August 2013, 7:53 PM  
Astonishing record. Well played RB.

Show Profile  Rolf Posted: 13 August 2013, 12:35 PM  
For all the many many readers who thought that I was the RB referred to in the above posts.... I suspect Michael and Rob mean Ross Brighouse.

Bronze medal in M65. Yet another great performance from Ross to add to his endless list!

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