Beijing Olympic Park, on 23.10.2010, provided the athletes with fast paced action, 2000+ local students competing for their own championships, and an arena production which amazed the athletes back in 2010. After, the race festivities changed, quite literally, into a street food session.
The PWT book Made for loving it contains well over 1000 photos. Have you been running PWT in the past? Get the book and find yourself on the pages.
Svajūnas Ambrazas enjoyed the forest-park mix in Čechy pod Kosířem, Czech Republic on 11.5.2002. Searching the slopes of a 442 metres hill and finishing next to a chateau, the veteran found himself a Park World Tour medallist.
What was the value of Svajūnas’ first PWT medal? And when had he run his first PWT race? Explore what glitters and lots more in Made for loving it. Also a perfect Christmas present!
Many historical sites have set the venue for PWT races throughout the years. The Summer Palace in Beijing is definitely one of them, being the stage for the race on 27.10.2010. On the sunny Danish double day victories in both classes went to Denmark with an additional double victory among the women by Ida Bobach and Emma Klingenberg.
Browse the pages of Made for loving it to find out about other historical sites along with the maps.
Flanked by the owner of the national dress, and her husband, keen orienteer Nam Seok Oh, Vroni König-Salmi was honoured as winner of the season in Seoul, Korea 28.10.2001. In the Olympic Park of the 1988 Games, new beginners got to try orienteering after the Park World Tour final.
Was the repeated advice from the amazing local speaker, here cheering the top 6 women of the PWT race that took place on 15.9.2012 in Changchun.
The advice still lives on among those present at the event. Another thing that lives on, are the memories. Made for loving it has a section called Voices of the athletes where several runners share their PWT memories from the early days to present day.