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World Cup 1 News Recap

The World Cup 2024 started over the weekend in Olten, Switzerland. We saw five Australian athletes race in the exciting Knock-Out Sprint format on Friday & Saturday.

Australia’s top performance was from Henry McNulty who made it to the quarter finals Knock-out and was in the lead most of the way in his quarter final KO heat.

Sunday was the final day of the World Cup first round in Switzerland, which saw the athletes compete in the Individual Sprint on some longer, faster and simpler courses. The planner’s main surprise involved the courses taking the athletes onto the roof of the previous day’s quarantine.

Once again, Australia’s top performances came from Henry McNulty finishing in a very strong 19th place.


To see the full list of results visit: IOF Orienteering World Cup


1             Emil Svensk                    14:12   

19           Henry McNulty               14:53  +00:41

93           Ewan Shingler                16:28  +02:16

113         Callum White                 17:38  +03:26

126         Andrew Kerr                   19:57  +05:45


1             Natalia Gemperle            14:15

109         Serena Doyle                   20:18  +06:03

Next weekend sees the World Cup move to Genoa, Italy!

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