- published: 07 Sep 2012
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The 10 Mila is the most popular Nordic orienteering race. It takes place in Sweden and draws 8,000 racers. The twist: the competition takes place at night... This annual event, at Roserberg Castle, 30 km north of Stockholm, is open to all participants. The passion for sport and the passion for nature come together perfectly. Since 2006, Petzl, already known as the headlamp specialist, has participated in, listened to and watched this style of race. They then decided to take up their own challenge: to design,develop and manufacture a headlamp that would allow everyone to push their limits.
The 10 Mila is one of the most popular Nordic orienteering race. It takes place in Sweden and draws 8,000 racers. The twist: the competition takes place at night... The 2006 event, held at Roserberg Castle, 30 km north of Stockholm, was open to all participants. The passion for sport and the passion for nature come together perfectly. .
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Wins for Tove Alexandersson and Erik Rost in today’s Sprint, the first race of the second round of the World Cup in Germany, gave the best possible start for the Swedish team. Russia had a strong women´s team taking the following places while the second and third places in the men´s race went to Bulgaria and Finland. The Event Centre for this World Cup round is Oberwiesenthal in the Ore Mountains, south-west of Dresden and very close to the border with the Czech Republic. The competition area lies between 900 and 1200 metres above sea level and is much used for cross-country skiing and biathlon events. Results, Sprint Women: 3.1 km (4.9 km by shortest route), 110 m climb, 12 controls Tove Alexandersson SWE 18:36 Mariya Kechkina RUS 18:54 Alena Trapeznikova RUS 19:09 Men: 3.4 km (5.6 km...
The Swedish team continued its fine form in Germany with a clear win by the first team of Tove Alexandersson and Erik Rost in today’s Sprint Relay. Finland and Norway took second and third places. At the finish, Sweden’s second team of Magdalena Olsson and Ulrik Nordberg was just 10 seconds down. The third team to finish, 1.11 later, was Finland 2 (Salla Koskela and Janne Hakkinen), followed 18 seconds later by Norway 1 (Anna Ulvensøen and Øyvind Watterdal).
A novel way to tie your shoes laces that's 'undergrowth-proof' and doesn't require electrical tape. As demonstrated by Alan Beardslet at Croeso2012 6 day orienteering festival.
Marie Cat's race