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List of orienteering events

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This is a list of all orienteers events found in Wikipedia and which are notable within the orienteering sport.


Foot Orienteering Championships

  • World Orienteering Championships
  • Junior World Orienteering Championships
  • World University Orienteering Championships
  • Foot Orienteering, open to everyone

    Non-exhaustive list of foot orienteering events that are open to everyone:

  • O-Ringen, a five-day event in Sweden where more than 10,000 orienteers participate
  • Jukola Relay, held annually in Finland since 1949 where more than 10,000 orienteers participate
  • Kainuu Orienteering Week, held annually in Finland with four races and ca. 4000 orienteers participate.
  • Jan Kjellström International Festival of Orienteering
  • The Scottish Six Days Orienteering Event, held biennially in Scotland since 1977, with typically 3,500 individual competitors
  • Tiomila, a night relay competition in Sweden with 10 legs, attracting 350 teams
  • 25-Manna, a relay race in Sweden where each team has 25 legs for different ages and gender, held since 1974 where about 350 teams participate
  • TICBCN - Trofeu Internacional Ciutat de Barcelona Two days orienteering event in a pretty city.
  • Troféu de Orientação do Minho 2015, orienteering event in Portugal with three races and a Long World Ranking Event (WRE)
  • Ski Orienteering Championships

  • World Ski Orienteering Championships
  • World Cup in Ski Orienteering
  • Junior World Ski Orienteering Championships
  • Mountain bike orienteering Championships

  • World MTB Orienteering Championships
  • Mountain marathon events

  • Lowe Alpine Mountain Marathon
  • Original Mountain Marathon
  • Saunders Lakeland Mountain Marathon
  • The Highlander Mountain Marathon
  • The Capricorn Mountain Marathon
  • References

    List of orienteering events Wikipedia

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