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08.February.2016

Watch a short teaser of sightseeings in Tallinn

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With half a million citizens, Tallinn is hardly a world metropolis. However: short distances and low traffic are advantages to cherish. Whether you have only few hours or few days, you get to experience a lot. Medieval Tallinn Old Town, one of the best preserved Hanseatic town centres in the world, is just a short walk away from the city business centre with modern towers, luxurious hotels, gourmet restaurants and shopping malls.

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13.August.2016

LONG FINAL LIVE

YouTube LIVE broadcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xo_HflXdLTA (Please note that we are in middle of forest and having a slight problems with 4G. At times there might be problems with the broadcast.)

Online results: http://wmoc.azurewebsites.net/orb/orbts.htm?e=WMOCLF

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13.August.2016

LONG FINAL LIVE

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YouTube LIVE broadcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xo_HflXdLTA (Please note that we are in middle of forest and having a slight problems with 4G. At times there might be problems with the broadcast.)

Online results: http://wmoc.azurewebsites.net/orb/orbts.htm?e=WMOCLF

Brazilian team
12.August.2016

The Brazilian team is satisfied with the organizing of the 2016 WMOC and enjoyed the run in the marsh.

Six brazilian orienteers are participating in WMOC and TOW. Brazilian team leader Roberto Dias Torres (M65)  told that the Estonian terrain is very different from the Brazilian terrain. He had big difficulties understanding  the microrelief. In Brazil there are only big mountains with good visibility. Dias Torres was confused that in Estonia you can stand beside the control but not to see it. He was surprised by the Estonian marshes and enjoyed running in marshes very much. Brazilian marshes are deep and  impossible to run.

Orienteering is not that popular in Brazil. There are about 150 clubs and around 5000 orienteers, with all the  concentrated to the southern part of the country. He hopes that  the change in the orienteering federation management will bring changes in Brazil orienteering and after 5 years  the number of orienteers will be double and orienteering will also be developed in other regions of Brazil .

WMOC 2016 organizers work in the courses, information, transport, services etc.  got the highest score from the  Brazilian team.

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12.August.2016

The Brazilian team is satisfied with the organizing of the 2016 WMOC and enjoyed the run in the marsh.

Brazilian team

Six brazilian orienteers are participating in WMOC and TOW. Brazilian team leader Roberto Dias Torres (M65)  told that the Estonian terrain is very different from the Brazilian terrain. He had big difficulties understanding  the microrelief. In Brazil there are only big mountains with good visibility. Dias Torres was confused that in Estonia you can stand beside the control but not to see it. He was surprised by the Estonian marshes and enjoyed running in marshes very much. Brazilian marshes are deep and  impossible to run.

Orienteering is not that popular in Brazil. There are about 150 clubs and around 5000 orienteers, with all the  concentrated to the southern part of the country. He hopes that  the change in the orienteering federation management will bring changes in Brazil orienteering and after 5 years  the number of orienteers will be double and orienteering will also be developed in other regions of Brazil .

WMOC 2016 organizers work in the courses, information, transport, services etc.  got the highest score from the  Brazilian team.

12.August.2016

Video summary: Qualification races in Kõrvemaa

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12.August.2016

Video summary: Qualification races in Kõrvemaa

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10.August.2016

Long Distance Q1 Summary

Official results: http://wmoc2016.ee/2016/wmoc2016/longq1/index.htm

Photos: http://photo.sk100.ee/thumbnails.php?album=17

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10.August.2016

Long Distance Q1 Summary

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Official results: http://wmoc2016.ee/2016/wmoc2016/longq1/index.htm

Photos: http://photo.sk100.ee/thumbnails.php?album=17

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08.August.2016

Todays Sprint Finals LIVE in Tallinn Old Town

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07.August.2016

Video summary of Sprint Qualifications in Kadrioru park

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07.August.2016

Follow Sprint Qualifications LIVE

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03.August.2016

WMOC 2016 startlists are published

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03.August.2016

A good mood and dancing is guaranteed at the banquet by James Wertz World Project

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05.July.2016

First WMOC 2016 press conference was held on Monday

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27.June.2016

Public transport in Tallinn is free of charge for WMOC participants

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26.January.2016

Enterprise Estonia (EAS) supports WMOC2016

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08.January.2016

Is WMOC2016 going to be the biggest WMOC in history?

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31.December.2015

Have a great New Year’s Eve! Fly high! :)

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28.December.2015

TODAY is the deadline of the first early bird registration

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15.December.2015

Watch a short teaser of Tallinn Old Town. WMOC2016 Sprint Finals will take place there

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04.December.2015

10 reasons to come to WMOC2016

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02.December.2015

Watch a short teaser of Kadriorg. WMOC2016 Sprint qualification will take place there.

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14.November.2015

Jari Kymäläinen (IOF SEA) visited Estonia

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14.October.2015

Come to WMOC2016 by ferry and you’ll get discount

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26.July.2015

WMOC2016 organisers are visiting WMOC2015

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22.July.2015

WMOC2016 sprint qualification will be held in Kadrioru Park

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03.July.2015

Book your accommodation today!

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02.July.2015

WMOC 2016 registration is open

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06.May.2015

Hertz is Official Rental Car partner for WMOC

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