Above the sounds and ships of Stockholm, Sweden, careful navigation brings Maria Sandström to a first Park World Tour victory at Skansen outdoor museum and zoo 23.4.1999. Johanna Asklöf flies in third, 3,6 seconds behind.
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Race number 100, on 31.10.2017, together with the unveiling ceremony of the local newly build PWT International Orienteering Park in Linqigu, China, gave reason for a lot of celebration, and a cake, of course.
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Hans Mårtensson, Ola Gustafsson, Gåvert Wååg and the other Park World Tour crew members were overwhelmed by the gift they got in Gothenburg, Sweden, 15.8.1998: New headgear from the top orienteers, thanking them for an amazing season.
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The fashion models invited to entertain the orienteers in Olomouc 13.8.1998 suddenly found Katarina Borg, Hanne Staff & the gang in their dresses, taking over the catwalk. Jörgen Mårtensson, in a Winnie the Pooh tie, thanked the Czech Olympic Committee president Milan Jirasek with a Park World Tour standard.
Øystein Kvaal Østerbø, one of the most merited runners in PWT history, took one more victory on 15.12.2017 in the forests of Xiqiao Mountain in Foshan. Here holding the biggest prize cheque together with the women’s winner Laura Ramstein.
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With respect, Yuri Omeltchenko turned his eyes to the Planai mountain on 11.8.1998. The Austrian ski capital Schladming hosted the Park World Tour, also taking the runners down the World Championships downhill course.
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