Tove is now at the pre warning with over a minute lead!
Tove passes the arena with a speed of 10km/h, her average speed is 5.6km/h
At TV2 Tove Alexandersson is 4 seconds in front of the second best time, soon passing the arena
She is 7 seconds behind
Tove Alexandresson will be behind at control 13
Tove Alexandresson got no issues with green areas when everyone else is going by the track
Natalia Gemperle(RUS) finishes in second place(for now).
Natalia Gemperle(RUS) is at the pre warning only 8 seconds behind!
Heidi Bagstevold finishing on a new best time, proving Emily made mistakes in near the finish
At TV1 Tove is only 6 seconds behind Emily, but we know Emily made mistakes later on!
Merja Rantanen is continuing to have issues
At the pre TV1 Tove Alexandersson is 14 seconds behind Emily Camp!
Emily Camp now got the lead at the finish 34 seconds in front of Maja Alm, but she have made mistakes since she passed the arena last time.
Merja Rantanen ran past the forth control now over a minute after
Emily Kemp is now at the pre warning but she have made a big mistake, could have cost her a medal today
Todays favorite Tove Alexandersson is now passing the first control
Emily Kemp has now passed the arena and should now be aware of her big lead…
Emma Johansson is at second place at TV1 slowly gaining towards Emily Kemp.
Emily Kemp(CAN) continues as before and now have 1:27 to the second place
Marika Teini, has been at the pre warning, will beat the finish time Maja Alm just finished at
Maja Alm is about to finish with a new best time
Mari Fasting has done some mistake, already over one minute after at Pre TV1
Emily Kemp(CAN), now got the lead at TV1 with 1:03, again I’m impressed! No mistakes and this can go far
Anna Bachman turns her race and is now in the top 10th
Emily Kemp(CAN) now got the lead at Pre TV1, 44 seconds in front of Marika Teini!
Now Marika Teini(FIN) is in the lead 20 seconds in front of Maja Alm at Pre TV2
…and so she did 3 seconds in front of Anastasia Denisova(BLR)
Maja Alm got 60 seconds to take the lead at Pre TV2
Mari Fasting(NOR) is about to start
A LOT of people are struggling with the last parts towards the controls.
Maja Alm takes the right route to the tenth control, only a few men did this
Maja Alm is not interested in the green areas at all as she takes the lead at TV1.
Anna Bachman is the first swede to start in this race, she does not get a good start at all missing the first control.
Stella Efstathiou(CYP), saw a route choice I didn’t
Maja Alm is now on her way!
Currently in the womens competition Vanessa Round(AUS) has the lead at the finish with the time 41:27.
1. Matthias Kyburz (37:09)
2. Olav Lundanes (+00:14)
Basset ends up in fifth place
Lucas Basset can no longer make anything about the medals
The best can make mistakes, even if there is three of them
Lucas Basset is now the only once left in the forest, could he make something about the current medals?
Bergman had issues in the green areas near the finish and lost a lot of seconds
Matthias Kyburz succeed in the last part of the course and is now in the lead at the finish!
Lucas Basset has made mistakes, Lundanes is likely to keep the first place!
Olav Lundanes took the lead with 9 seconds
Olav Lundanes is one second in front of Hubmann and they are taking different route choices to the last control!
Daniel Hubmann pass Gueorgious finish time
Thierry Gueorgiou finished and now the time at the finish is 37:44
Bergman is now the one who got the best time at pre TV2
Lucas Basset seams to have made some mistake now in forth place
Hubman did something about it actually he did 21 seconds about it
Olav Lundanes now took the lead at the pre TV 2, impressive after that misstake he made
Thierry Gueorgiou is now in the lead once again, but what can Hubmann do about it?
Olav Lundanes is slowly catching up after his mistake
Matthias Kyburz is now in second place behind Hubmann.
That’s a new one by Lucas Basset.
Daniel Hubmann is going for the gold, almost 30 seconds in front of Gueorgiou now.
If it wouldn’t be for his mistake to the forth control Olav Lundanes would have been in the lead now…
Daniel Hubmann is at the first pretime control 17 second in front of Thierry Gueorgiou and Gueorgiou have been struggling to the second pretime control.
Hannu Airila(FIN) still in the lead at the finish, Peter Öberg still in second place.
Thierry Gueorgiou got no issues out there, now in a early lead.
Olav Lundanes(NOR) makes a mistake, a big one.
With both Hubmann and Thierry Gueorgiou in the forest this could not get more interesting.
Ruslan Glibov(UKR) is at the lead at the second TV control with 45 seconds. But Fredric Portin(FIN) is about to get there even faster.
Less then four minutes until Thierry Gueorgiou starts and we all know how much he wants this title back.
Peter Öberg is the first swede to finish, only one second behind.
There is a new best time by Hannu Airila(FIN) 39:18.
Hannu Airila(FIN) is about to take the lead at the finish.
We are hearing people cheering as Peter Öberg passes the arena.
Peter Öberg is two seconds behind Dmitry Tsvetkov at TV2.
Dmitry Tsvetkov(RUS) now got the lead at the finish 39:44, they are getting closer to the estimated wining time 35:00.
Kinneberg makes a mistake at the second control.
Peter Öberg is listed in the estimated top 10 runners by World of O, Hannu Airila not even in the top 20…
Hannu Airila(FIN) is in the lead at TV1, Peter Öberg 35 seconds behind.
Soon we will have Eskil Kinneberg(NOR), followed by the second swede Albin Ridefelt(starting two minutes later) in the forest as well.
Peter Öberg is avoiding a few hills and takes a longer route choice to the forth control.
A few runners selects the track, can it really be faster?
Aleksei Alekseyonok(BLR) is now in the lead at the finish, 42:42 is his time will continue to be the best one for at least a few minutes.
In 2011 Savoie he got a silver in the Middle distance, now five years later Peter Öberg joins the others in the forest. What are his chances today?
Søren Bobach has joined the others in the forest and is on his way to the first control.
I guess we later on will see shorter choices to the twelfth control…
We are seeing plenty of route choices between the third and forth control, most ones selecting the north choice.
Scott about to be the first runner to finish this race.
11-12 longest and the most important route choice in this race?
Mueller the first one not to take the path, shorter, and greener? Wonder what the favorites selects later on.
This early Scott Toby (NZL) who started forth has passed all other runners in-front of him, many struggling once near the control point.