- Olav Lundanes 93.27
- Thierry Gueorgiou 95.13
- Daniel Hubmann 95.32
…and congrats Thierry, you still had a key to the long distance
He got less then a minute to get the silver
Two controls left
The the only question is now Hubmann or Guergiou?
Olav Lundanes will be winning the mens long distance!
Lundanes keeps his lead and is likely to win, but will the silver/bronze go to Hubmann or Guergiou?
At the arena Thierry Gueorgiou is still in third place but 2:16 behind Lunanes.
Guergiou is 2:14 after Lundanes at TV2
Lundanes, Hubmann, and Kaas are the ones in the current top three at the arena
We might have all the medalists in this gang
They are now five persons together with them too, Carl Godager Kaas(NOR) is the best of the others
Lundanes is now the current leader at TV2 Hubmann second.
At the second radio Guergiou is 02:09 behind Lundanes
Bergman and Guergiou are now together
Hubmann and Lundanes are no longer together as they has different forks in the butterfly
At the second radio(control 8) Lundanes got the first place two minutes in front of Hubmann
Lundanes and Hubmann got an estimated first and second place
Lundanes and Hubmann are still together in the forest, it could benefit them both
Thierry Gueorgiou is only 45 secounds behind at TV1(in third place).
Gustav Bergman is over two minutes behind at the TV1
At TV1 Hubmann is 1:38 behind and as for now at third place
Olav Lundanes is the new leader at TV1 four secounds in front ofTimo Sild
Lundanes has gained almost two minutes towards Hubmann
At the second radio control William Lind is 1:15 behind Timo Sild
Thierry gains early against Gustav(tails = two minutes)
The mens sixth control:
The mens course has a butterfly, seams to be tricky for many
Gustav Bergman now starts, two minutes until Thierry Gueorgiou joins him
William Lind and Fredrik Bakkman about two minutes behind
Currently in the mens race Timo Sild(EST) has the lead at TV1 with the time 28:15
- Tove Alexandersson 86.24
- Natalia Gemperle 86.50
- Anne Margrethe Hausken Nordberg 88.25
Anne Margrethe Hausken Nordberg gets the bronze
Tove wins 26 seconds in front of Gemperle
Tove now got 3 minutes to finish
Estimated from the GPS tracks Tove is now in the lead with a few seconds
Tove is now 3 seconds behind! she is slowly gaining but a single mistake at the last part and she won’t be able to get those seconds
Natalia Gemperle has now finished at 86:50
Tove now got 2:30 to get to the arena to pass Gemperle
Tove has now passed TV2 and she is only 23 seconds behind Gemperle!
Alexandersson has now passed Hausken Nordberg in the forest
Gemperle and Wyder passes TV2 still in the lead but their mistake made it shrink
Gemperle and Wyder makes a major mistake and opens up for Nordberg and Alexandersson
It should be noted that Gemperle and Wyder is together in the forest.
Natalia Gemperle continues to have the lead at the second radio still 1:54 in front of Judith Wyder
Tove has passed TV1, 2:50 behind Natalia Gemperle
Both Tove and Mari makes mistakes
Tove starts running in the wrong direction at a path for a brief moment.
When the others runs a few extra meters Tove does not
Natalia Gemperle(RUS) now got the lead at TV1 1:54 in front of Natalia Gemperle
Anastasia Rudnaya(RUS) now got the lead at TV1, 9 seconds in front of Anastasia Denisova(BLR)
Kemp has passed the TV1 control and is 52 seconds behind Anastasia Denisova.
All runners have now started
Tove Alexandersson has now started.
Saila Kinni(FIN) has passed TV1 43 seconds behind.
Heidi Bagstevold, has now passed TV1, 2:19 behind Anastasia Denisova(BLR).
Mari Fasting and Emma Johansson is now with the others in the forest, Anne Margrethe Hausken Nordberg next up.
At the fifth control we will get the first indicator about how well these runners are doing.
After the sprint silvers Judith Wyder didn’t start in the middle finale, now she is on her way towards the first control.
Lina Strand is the second swede to start.
Once tired and once they know how they are doing, they faces a very technical last part.
Emily Kemp was very happy over her forth place in the middle distance, she is now joining the others in the forest.
Anna Bachman the first swede to start, have now passed the control and faces the second control.
Arntraut Goetsch(GER) and Niamh Oboyle(IRL) has passed the second radio(eight control), Goetsch in just less then 70 minutes.
The sixth control is yet another possibility for a road/track based route, choice could this open up the chances for outsiders?
Control five/TV1 is our first pre time, Niamh Oboyle(IRL) starting first, passed there after 47:40.
The forth control is actually on the border to Norway, in the middle finale we saw the top two womens from Scandinavian countries could we see the same today?
The womens long distance finale has started. They better take the time to make the right choices early on.