Go Canada Go
BTW There doesn't appear to be any links on JWOC web page to live coverage. IOF live page suggests only split times for all races with no GPS or TV streaming.
Yes, the Live Orienteering page doesn't have any links to GPS or streaming.
I logged in and it said "You have a ticket to follow Junior World Orienteering Championships 2017". Maybe it's free.
Article includes links to GPS tracking site. Go USA! Go Canada!
An hour to the first starts, there is blue sky and loads of excitement as the parents (who found sleep difficult to find in the pre-Day 1 long Finnish 'night') get going...
The photographer is in in the woods!
Go go Canada and USA!
looks like some kind of live streaming, has not started yet
Hehe, looks like the JWOC website is overloaded.
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Direct link to live results at http://online4.tulospalvelu.fi/tulokset/fi/2017_jw...
. Doesn't seem to be any link to that off the JWOC page that I could find.
Brief interview with Caroline Sandbo on the video. They also showed Katie Petersen finishing. She had a lot of trouble on number 6.
Nice being able to see the map before the race is over. In WOC I don't know why the links to the maps weren't activated earlier, since they were available to GPS followers.
The second link here has the results of each heat for the middle. How many in each heat move on?
20 from each heat qualify for the A final.
21st - 40th get B final.
Remainder get C final.
Bravo all Juniors! Some really solid US performances. It was fun watching your dots, and everyone's ... Izzy, my NEOC buddy, great job!!!!
But looking at the big picture - has there ever been a JWOC when SO many people ran off the map? And on the way to number one? And stayed off the map for so long? My heart went out to them, and huge kudos to the ones who stuck with it and finished (one guy took about 40 minutes to number one, then was basically clean the rest of the course).
And a huge bravo to Alex Carcas!!!
Photos of North Americans posted on smugmug
. Shots of other athletes soon!
Nice Job USA and Canada!!!!
USA: Anton makes the A final! David missed it by one place and 26 seconds.
Photos from Middle Qualifiers and Fin 5 Days: https://www.flickr.com/photos/118341495@N05/albums...
Canada: Michael S. made the A final.
Interesting to look at the flags, where the man's A final is dominated by flags with a cross, while the B final of flags that have green and red or orange.
Middle start times for North Americans
12:29 Emma S.
12:23 Emma W
12:23 David B
12:52 Jan Erick
12:58 David R
13:19 Michael S
Photos of most athletes from the rest of the world now posted on smugmug
and added to facebook
Isabel is having a great run so far middle B.
Aston was always going to win the C after MP-ing in the qual:-)) I'm sure you'll have your day. Nice story on the IOF website.
And well done Nick in the B. There was a tight bunch in the minute ahead of you in the qual, you may have made it in a different heat. And likewise Katie C-W, there were some wildly different qualifying times in the girls. Now to watch A's...
Last leg on Men A looks like a long track run - not what you'd expect at a world championship. Having said that a lot of guys are veering off the track into the green! Something not quite right with the map?
The women have the same leg, and some of them are heading off left into the green as well. What is going on?
There must be an unmapped trail there from the look of it. Strange.
Certainly weird - there's another one. You'd think the mapped track would get easier to follow, not harder.
Not a good look though - could be the difference between a medal or not.
Danielle has been lured off the track. Compass compass.
Nymalm following. There's gotta be something in the forest that's not on the map. And yet, I saw a guy go off on the SW side too. Bermuda triangle.
I switched on the first 20 routes. I think there could be two initially parallel tracks. The one that leads to the last control starts by a medium boulder. The one that many have followed leads astray, and eventually runners realise and cross over to the other one. Check the theory on the guys' routes, someone.
That is super weird. Some people are being lured a very long way.
American Anton Salmenkyla appears to have a top half result in the A final.
Hey that's the 2nd-placed English speaker! D'ya wanna apply for membership of the Commonwealth Cup?
Simona avoided the mistake by heading straight through the green from 15.
Can only assume that there's an unmapped track (whose visibility has probably been increased considerably by the number of people who have run down it). I imagine the jury is probably desperately hoping that nobody puts in a protest.
Golaster would have been 2nd, but didn't punch the last control.
Sanna Fast could protest - she would have been in silver instead of bronze but for that leg.
In the men's race Forsberg maybe could have got bronze, but hard to prove.
But really - why isn't there another control to avoid that 'dead (or maybe deadly) leg' - plenty of features they could have used.
Golaster reinstated, but Fast could still have been 3rd without that mistake.
They ran all wrong direction and up a hill when you are supposed to go down :) Anything is possible when we dash to the finish.
relay map on google imagery, use top right slider to swap
Anyone know what the historical best placing for a Canadian Jr Man is in the Middle?
It looks from that site as though Anton's result is the best placing (by one) for an American male in JWOC Middle.
A final men: Anton (USA) 29th, Michael (CAN) tied for 37th.
It's really fun to see familiar last names! The next generation is doing well.
Photos from the middle A final (smugmug
) and a few from the B & C final (smugmug
And kudos to the A finalists for the US and Canada.
Awesome results for Anton and Michael! Way to go.
Thanks for the all photos! It's nice to have some great quality photos of the North Americans. Good luck all on sprint tomorrow!
Tommy, make hayes while the sun shines:-)) Gr8 run.
It took right until the end, but still a superb 2nd. Kiwis can fly, and not only on foiling catamarans.
North Americans in the Sprint now on facebook
My JWOC photos
so far. Including quite a few North Americans as well. Photos are tagged e.g. Yhdysvallat (USA) and Kanada (you might guess what this means).
Re: Last control on middle. There was a new track in the terrain that went to the knoll, used for a Fin5 control before JWOC.
The issue of Fin5 being run before JWOC was brought up in the TLM. It seemed like they didn't seem to care. When some TMs pointed out that 3000 people will make new tracks and the map will be invalid the IOF SEA said that the Fin5 was in a conpletely different are. It was then pointed out that the Fin5 maps were publically available hours before quarantine would then allow us to work out wherr JWOC went. So they posted a Fin5 map in the accommodation.
There is no reason for Fin5 to be before JWOC. There was a Fin5 control within 5m of a JWOC control on thr middle Q, and the organisers stated in the TLM that there wasn't, when I told them they were wrong and there was, they said they didnt know about it.
For a country as experienced as Finland I have been disappointed by many preventable issues at this JWOC. As I was in Norway.
Bugaboospire, dyee and Hirppa, thank you for the pictures! Hirppa, that one control was quite the spot for pratfalls.
Watched Michael S (CAN) and Thomas L (USA) Sprint GPS tracks and kept hoping it is just one of those GPS tracking inaccuracies ;(
Top 10 men and women finishers on facebook
Thanks Nixon for your information about the middle. From a distance, it seems like a disturbing lack of communication between JWOC and Fin5 controllers.
Lack of communication between JWOC and Fin5 controllers does not explain FIN5 errors like code errors and more than one runner starting same time to same course. Already at least ten classes are already voided for various reasons like that. As you might guess, some pretty humoristic questions is now being asked from organizers, like will last day's chase start be mass start if all days before it gets voided...
In two classes 2 days out of 3 has been voided.
There's a lot of map that the long courses avoid. It will push the boys towards the road routes. Maybe the controllers did talk, and the Fin5 is using the rest of the map:-))
Or tomorrow's relay is...but obviously the planners want the road used, otherwise there wouldn't be a clear passage marked towards it.
But Wilson, Carcas and Ueno are determined to have a look over there anyway. Years of driving on the left.
From his GPS track, I suspect that controls 14 to 19 don't feature in the Carcas plans for today (presumably injury?).
Hanny Allston was interviewed earlier, and said that her advice to the AUS team was to look for wide, road route choices. Out of 4 AUS starters so far only Winnie Oakhill has put that advice into practice.
Jenny I've got another theory. The farmer wanted a track made over the paddocks. And there's a forester who wants to extract a tree near the girls' #11.
Isn't it unfortunate that next year we will all be too busy running at WMOC to be doing this!
That makes Jenny's theory about saving part of the map for the relay quite interesting. But surely not..
BTW, funny place to put a phi loop.
Fun fact. Just read in a British federation tweet that in today's women's JWOC Long four countries placed three women in the top 20. Without looking at the results (or the press release) try to predict those four countries.
@Hammer: Sweden, Norway, Finland, Belgium
Swiss, Finland, GB and 1 other
North Americans from the Long race today on smugmug
>Four countries placed three women in the top 20.
GBR, NOR, SUI, DEN
(no Sweden, no Finland)
Shots of the top 10 Men and Women now in facebook
Teams are making their way to the quarantine and the map board is loaded.
Men's relay starts 1:30 and women's at 2:45.
Anton, Thomas, David
Peter, AJ, Aidan
Jan Erik, Leif, Michael
Christian, David, Caelan
Julia, Tyra, Isabel
Siri, Caroline, Katie
Emma W, Emma S., Nicole
Jenny was right. Same map as the long.
Strange results at the moment on the live results page from the first change-over...
USA and Canada together on the last leg. Exciting!
Anyone got live results working? Who won?
It looks like Men: Norway, Finland, Russia.
live results stayed broken for me. If it helps, for the guys and counting only one team per country, I counted NZL 14th nation (or 15 if the gap between them and DEN less than gps error), AUS should be 17th, USA in a tight battle with LTU, and EST for 18th, and CAN due to be next in after that pack, though they may also end up fighting with BLG and POR. Meanwhile it's bedtime in NZ, I'll let an AUssie take over for the girls! ;-)
"Live" is going now that the race is over. Do we call this "dead results"? Might turn in too Twitch, we're not going to see a down-under medal for the girls. Or any result at all for the kiwis:-(( Never mind, there's orienteering tomorrow. Fight you at Battle Hill.
A really nice team performance by the USA1 boys. They finished as the 18th country, which is tied for the USA's best-ever JWOC men's relay result.
It's OK, now GPS tracking has died for the last leg of the women, too.
Back up now. Looks like Sweden have gone through Norway, and maybe Switzerland too. Switzerland 1 aren't showing up in the leg 2 results - wonder if it's a mispunch?
Yes, GPS tracking back, now live stream is offline. I guess they are probably struggling with Internet connection - not really fair to complain, it is all free this time and overall quite good coverage, if a bit patchy.
It was great to have the live GPS stream in the arena with GPS trackers on everyone in all the races except the middle final. We were watching everything that was happening in the woods on our phones with 4 Euro unlimited data SIM cards.
Finally got all my photos
up from JWOC. Photographing WOC+JWOC takes it toll... Not sure how some of the athletes can do it..?
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