Junior World Ski Orienteering Championships

The Junior World Ski Orienteering Championships (or Ski-JWOC) were first held in 1994. Since 1998, competitions have been held annually. Representative countries must be members of the International Orienteering Federation (IOF).[1]

Junior World Ski Orienteering Championships
Statusactive
Genresporting event
Date(s)January-March
Frequencyannual
Inaugurated1994 (1994)
Organised byIOF

Host Towns/CitiesEdit

Number Year Date Place
1 1994   Rovaniemi, Finland
2 1996 February 5–12   Banská Bystrica/Donovaly, Slovakia
3 1998   Velegozh, Russia
4 1999 March 1–7   Jundola, Bulgaria
5 2000 January 31 – February 6   Banská Bystrica, Slovakia
6 2001 February 11–18   Trentino, Italy
7 2002 January 27 – February 3   Jablonec nad Nisou/Harrachov, Czech Republic
8 2003 February 17–23   St. Petersburg, Russia
9 2004 January 19–25   Vuokatti, Finland
10 2005 January 23–29   S-chanf, Switzerland
11 2006 February 20–27   Ivanovo, Russia
12 2007 February 11–18   Salzburg, Austria
13 2008 February 11–18   Dospat, Bulgaria
14 2009 January 25 – February 1   Dalarna, Sweden
15 2010 February 8–15   Miercurea Ciuc, Romania
16 2011 January 31-6 February   Lillehammer, Norway
17 2012 February 20–26   Sumy, Ukraine
18 2013 February 11–18   Madona, Latvia
19 2014 February 18-23   Põlva, Estonia
20 2015 February 9-15   Hamar/Løten, Norway
21 2016 29 February – 5 March   Obertilliach, Tyrol, Austria
22 2017 8-12 February   Imatra, Finland
23 2018 4-8 February   Bulgaria
24 2019 20-24 march   Piteå, Sweden
25 2020 20-26 February   Vännäs, Sweden

Classic/LongEdit

This event was called "Classic distance" from 1994 to 1999. Since 2000 it is called "Long distance".

MenEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze Notes
1994   Peter Fredriksson   Tapani Partanen   Per Engström
1996   Matti Keskinarkaus   Stian Hognestad   Ilshat Gimranov
1998   Ruslan Gritsan   Sergei Osipov
  Vitali Homchenko
1999   Topi Suomalainen   Vasili Glouharev   Peter Arnesson
2000   Petri Kiiskinen   Marc Lauenstein   Jari Sillman
2001   Kirill Vesselov   Remo Fischer   Mikhail Sorokin
2002   Kirill Vesselov   Anton Smirnov   Staffan Tunis
2003   Jonne Lehto   Nikolai Moskalenko   Alexey Bortnik
2004   Jonne Lehto   Erik Rost   Jussi Simula
2005   Erik Rost   Alexey Kozhemiakin   Andrey Lamov
2006   Andrey Lamov   Taras Kashchuk   Magne Dæhli 17.9 km, 22 controls
2007   Taras Kashchuk   Olli-Markus Taivainen   Daniel Nordebo 12.0 km, 25 controls
2008   Stanimir Belomazhev   Olli-Markus Taivainen   Taras Kashchuk
2009   Olli-Markus Taivainen   Hans Jörgen Kvåle   Leo Laakkonen 16.2 km, 18 controls
2010   Mikhail Utkin   Anton Sjökvist   David Bejmer
2011   Daniel Svensson   Anton Sjökvist   Gleb Tikhonov
2012   Andreas Holmberg   Aleksey Popov   Santeri Aikio
2013   Lauri Nenonen   Ulrik Nordberg   Tuomas Kotro
2014   Misa Tuomala   Sergey Gorlanov   Nauris Raize
2015[a]   Aleksi Karppinen   Vladislav Kiselev   Sergey Gorlanov 14.0 km, 41 participants
2016   Vladislav Kiselev   Anssi Koirikivi   Sergey Gorlanov 14.7 km, 46 participants
2017   Vladislav Kiselev   Aleksandr Pavlenko   Vadim Ogorodnikov 16.3 km, 46 participants
2018   Jørgen Baklid   Henning Sjökvist   Igor Linkevich ? km, 50 participants
2019   Sergey Mizonov   Nicola Mueller   German Sazykin 17.1 km, 38 participants
2020   German Sazykin   Artemiy Dorma   Isak Jonsson 17.4 km, 34 participants

WomenEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze Notes
1994   Liisa Anttila   Ella Heiko   Lina Börjes
1996   Hanna Kosonen   Anne M. Hausken   Tatiana Naumova
1998   Erja Jokinen   Katja Rajaniemi   Hannele Valkonen
1999   Katja Rajaniemi   Marie Lund   Anna Ustinova
2000   Yekaterina Chizhikova   Kirsi Vanhalakka   Aino-Maria Hirvi
2001   Yekaterina Chizhikova   Lena Eliasson   Kirsi Vanhalakka
2002   Yekaterina Chizhikova   Katri Mehtälä   Eva Böhmová
2003   Yelena Grand   Laura Salmi   Sari Suomalainen
2004   Valentina Lebedeva   Olga Novikova   Lenka Hrusková
2005   Eva Svensson   Olga Novikova
  Anastasia Kravchenko
2006   Anastasia Kravchenko   Tatiana Kozlova   Eva Svensson 10.7 km, 18 controls
2007   Eva Svensson   Helene Söderlund   Hana Hanciková 9.9 km, 20 controls
2008   Alyona Chukareva   Judith Wyder   Yekaterina Munina
2009   Tatiana Medvedeva   Tove Alexandersson   Maria Nordström 9.3 km, 8 controls
2010   Barbro Kvåle   Maria Nordström   Marie Asprusten
2011   Barbro Kvåle   Tove Alexandersson   Marjut Turunen
2012   Tove Alexandersson   Linda Lindkvist   Marjut Turunen
2013   Frida Sandberg   Oona Valkonen   Linda Lindkvist
2014   Evelina Wickbom   Frida Sandberg   Liubov Balandina
2015[a]   Isabel Salen   Liubov Balandina   Anine Ahlsand 10.7 km, 35 participants
2016   Anine Ahlsand   Petra Hancová   Tuuli Suutari 10.97 km, 35 participants

Short/MiddleEdit

This event was called "Short distance" from 1994 to 2004. Since 2005 it is called "Middle distance".

MenEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze Notes
1994   Tapani Partanen   Peter Fredriksson   Vesa Varis
1996   Mika Hakkarainen   Matti Keskinarkaus   Jakub Vodrazka
1998   Ruslan Gritsan   Markus Kainu   Vitali Homchenko
1999   Olav Baken-Hagelia   Pasi Kiiskinen   Erik Wiberg
2000   Vasili Gloukharev   David Andersson   Peter Arnesson
2001   David Andersson   Remo Fischer   Kirill Vesselov
2002   Tuukka Turkka   Staffan Tunis   Vadim Tolstopyatov
2003   Tuukka Turkka   Alexey Kozhemiakin   Pär Häggström
2004   Jonne Lehto   Andrey Lamov   Erik Rost
2005   Erik Rost   Jussi Simula   Pavel Utkin
2006   Andrey Lamov   Olli-Markus Taivainen   Magne Dæhli 7.45 km, 15 controls
2007   Taras Kashchuk   Ove Sätra   Thomas Carlsson 6.3 km, 20 controls
2008   Stanimir Belomazhev   Leo Laakkonen   Valeriy Glukhov 8.2 km, 18 controls
2009   Olli-Markus Taivainen   Leo Laakkonen   Gustav Nordström 7.5 km, 16 controls
2010   Mikhail Utkin   Rasmus Korvald Skaare   Vetle Ruud Bråten
2011   Anton Sjökvist   Adam Karlsson   Daniel Svensson
2012   Andreas Holmberg   Aleksey Popov   Ulrik Nordberg
2013   Misa Tuomala   Jonas Bakken   Tuomas Kotro
2014   Jonas Madslien Bakken   Aleksi Karppinen   Sergey Gorlanov
2015[a]   Aleksandr Pavlenko   Aleksi Karppinen   Audun Heimdal 7.5 km, 41 participants
2016   Sergey Gorlanov   Vladislav Kiselev   Aleksandr Pavlenko 6.9 km, 45 participants

WomenEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze Notes
1994   Liisa Anttila   Irina Onistchenko   Annica Clevnert
1996   Hanna Kosonen   Olga Porozova   Annika Björk
1998   Anna Ustinova   Maria Bergkvist   Anna Vorobieva
1999   Anna Ustinova   Katja Rajaniemi   Salla Lehto
2000   Aino-Maria Hirvi   Ekaterina Chizhikova   Salla Lehto
2001   Maria Bergkvist   Svetlana Shvezova   Martiina Joensuu
2002   Ekaterina Chizhikova   Maria Gorchkova   Elena Grand
2003   Elena Grand   Emelie Eklöf   Marttiina Joensuu
2004   Olga Novikova   Valentina Lebedeva   Yulia Bronnikova
2005   Eva Svensson   Olga Novikova   Pernilla Tunis
2006   Tatiana Kozlova   Anastasia Kravchenko   Maria Shilova 5.27 km, 13 controls
2007   Eva Svensson   Olga Trifanova   Helene Söderlund 4.9 km, 15 controls
2008   Simona Karochova   Ekaterina Munina   Christina Lovald-Hellberg 6.4 km, 14 controls
2009   Maria Nordström   Tove Alexandersson   Marie Asprusten 6.3 km, 14 controls
2010   Barbro Kvåle   Marie Asprusten   Ekaterina Situkhina
2011   Tove Alexandersson   Barbro Kvåle   Marjut Turunen
2012   Tove Alexandersson   Anna Närhi   Marjut Turunen
2013   Frida Sandberg   Daisy Kudre   Evelina Wickbom
2014   Frida Sandberg   Isabel Salen   Suvi Oikarinen
2015[a]   Isabel Salen   Ellen Sarenmark   Hanna Eriksson 4.8 km, 36 participants
2016   Tuuli Suutari   Liubov Balandina   Klara Yngvesson 6.0 km, 35 participants

SprintEdit

This event was first held in 2005.

MenEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze Notes
2005   Erik Rost   Stanislav Cheha   Gustav Hall
2006   Andrey Lamov   Taras Kashchuk   Olli-Markus Taivainen 2.81 km, 9 controls
2007   Olli-Markus Taivainen   Taras Kashchuk   Johan Edin 3.0 km, 12 controls
2008   Sindre Haverstad   Alexander Vereshchagin   Hans Jörgen Kvåle 3.6 km, 7 controls
2009   Olli-Markus Taivainen   Gustav Nordström   Hans Jörgen Kvåle 3.0 km, 9 controls
2010   Stepan Malinovskiy   Mikhail Utkin   Yury Yazykou
2011   Gleb Tikhonov   Tuomas Kotro   Daniel Svensson
2012   Andreas Holmberg   Misa Tuomala   Linus Rapp
2013   Ulrik Nordberg   Lofthus Dag   Lauri Nenonen
2014   Sergey Shalin   Jyri Uusitalo   Sixten Walheim
2015[a]   Vladislav Kiselev   Aleksandr Pavlenko   Elias Thorsdal Molnvik 41 participants
2016   Vladislav Kiselev   Sergey Gorlanov   Audun Heimdal 2.96 km, 45 participants

WomenEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze Notes
2005   Tatiana Kozlova   Anastasia Kravchenko   Alena Trapeznikova
2006   Tatiana Kozlova   Maria Shilova   Anastasia Kravchenko 2.45 km, 9 controls
2007   Hana Hancikova   Helene Söderlund   Eva Svensson 2.7 km, 9 controls
2008   Hana Hancikova   Christina Lovald-Hellberg   Kristina Nordebo 3.1 km, 6 controls
2009   Maria Nordström   Tatiana Medvedeva   Tamara Ezhkova 2.5 km, 8 controls
2010   Maria Nordström   Marie Asprusten   Anastasiya Svir [2]
2011   Tove Alexandersson   Barbro Kvåle   Marjut Turunen
2012   Tove Alexandersson   Anna Ulvensøen   Salla Koskela
2013   Frida Sandberg   Linda Lindkvist   Andrine Benjaminsen
2014   Liubov Balandina   Frida Sandberg   Isabel Salen
2015[a]   Anine Ahlsand   Evine Westli Andersen   Andrine Benjaminsen 36 participants
2016   Anine Ahlsand   Liisa Nenonen   Liubov Balandina 2.66 km, 34 participants

RelayEdit

MenEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze Notes
1994   Sweden   Finland   Russia
1996   Finland   Norway   Czech Republic
1998   Sweden   Norway   Estonia
1999   Finland   Sweden   Switzerland
2000   Switzerland   Sweden   Russia
2001   Norway   Sweden   Russia
2002   Finland   Russia   Czech Republic
2003   Russia   Finland   Sweden
2004   Finland   Sweden   Russia
2005   Russia   Sweden   Finland
2006   Russia   Norway   Finland
2007   Sweden   Norway   Finland
2008   Finland   Norway   Sweden
2009   Finland   Norway   Russia
2010   Sweden   Norway   Finland
2011   Sweden   Finland   Norway
2012   Sweden   Finland   Russia
2013   Finland   Russia   Norway
2014   Finland   Russia   Norway
2015[a]   Russia
Aleksandr Pavlenko
Sergey Gorlanov
Vladislav Kiselev
  Finland
Samuli Schroderus
Eevert Toivonen
Aleksi Karppinen
  Norway
Jonas Madslien Bakken
Elias Thordal Molnvik
Bjornar Kvale
10 countries
2016   Russia
Aleksandr Pavlenko
Sergey Gorlanov
Vladislav Kiselev
  Norway
Vegard Gulbrandsen
Jorgen Baklid
Audun Heimdal
  Sweden
Robin Salen
Filip Jacobsson
Henning Sjokvist
10 countries

WomenEdit

Year Gold Silver Bronze Notes
1994   Finland   Norway   Sweden
1996   Norway   Czech Republic   Finland
1998   Finland   Sweden   Norway
1999   Finland   Russia   Sweden
2000   Finland   Russia   Sweden
2001   Finland   Russia   Sweden
2002   Russia   Finland   Czech Republic
2003   Russia   Finland   Sweden
2004   Russia   Finland   Sweden
2005   Russia   Sweden   Norway
2006   Russia   Sweden   Czech Republic
2007   Sweden   Czech Republic   Finland
2008   Russia   Finland   Norway
2009   Sweden   Finland   Czech Republic
2010   Sweden   Russia   Norway
2011   Norway   Finland   Sweden
2012   Sweden   Norway   Finland
2013   Norway   Sweden   Russia
2014   Sweden   Russia   Finland
2015[a]   Russia
Mariya Petrushko
Anastasia Sopova
Liubov Balandina
  Finland
Tuuli Suutari
Juliaana Nasi
Suvi Oikarinen
  Sweden
Hanna Eriksson
Ellen Sarenmark
Isabel Salen
7 countries
2016   Finland
Maiju Kovanen
Liisa Nenonen
Tuuli Suutari
  Norway
Tilla Farnes Hennum
Ragnhild Hjermstad
Anine Ahlsand
  Sweden
Klara Yngvesson
Ida Nordlund
Isabel Salen
12 countries

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Junior World Ski Orienteering Championships". International Orienteering Federation. Retrieved November 8, 2015.
  2. ^ "Junior World Ski Orienteering Championships 2010 - Results". International Orienteering Federation. Retrieved August 17, 2019.

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Only U20 results

External links and referencesEdit