Katarina Borg and Dorte Dahl chose the straight route to control 15 on a speedy course in central Budapest 8.10.1997. The Hungarian organisers had one speaker at the start and finish next to the Heroes Square, and another one announcing what happened at the water crossing – as well as live commentary online.
How many school kids tried the course after the Park World Tour? Find this and more pleasure in Made for loving it.
The PWT race in Chongqing on 2.11.2019 was a special one. Set inside a museum area – also literally – the athletes not only decided the ranking order with a chasing start one-man-relay final but also got to orienteer indoors.
How was the indoor area mapped? Can you put the control above to the map? Dive in to Made for loving it to solve the puzzle.
A unique experience awaited the Park World Tour orienteers in historical Český Krumlov, Czech Republic, and its 13th century castle on 7.10.1997. The first of four races in five days took them through colonnades and narrow cobblestone streets, crossing the Vltava river and the castle park.
In which room of the castle did the athletes gather the night before the race? Join them in Made for loving it.
Beijing Garden Expo Park, 5.11.2019, start and finish under a very tall temple, one you could see from all parts of the terrain, warm weather and sunshine, different tactics to get into the picture below. Somebody even relied on compass, and with success.
The temple in all its glory as well as the course that provided a GPS flower – you can find them in Made for loving it.
These athletes had a lot of reason for their happy smiles. Not only they did amazingly well in the race but also got to experience orienteering in yet a new interesting map in Beijing, in a venue that was opened just for the PWT athletes on 8.11.2019.
What was special about the venue and the terrain? Read it in Made for loving it, along with some comments on how to do well in this kind of terrain.
Pierpaolo Corona and Laure Coupat got some good advice from local host Svein Erik Mellem in Flisa, Norway, 26.6.1997. One of the smallest towns to host the Park World Tour welcomed the participants warmly – and the women got a shower early on in the race.
What did the participants and the organisers earn from the event? Made for loving it gives you the answers.
Linqigu orienteering town and its 2017 opened PWT International Orienteering Park offered the surroundings for the latest PWT race to have taken place, 9.11.2019. Galina Vinogradova was the fastest in the race that had some special challenges set among the cottages.
What were those special challenges set in the cottage village? Find out in Made for loving it.
The busiest street in central Jyväskylä, Finland, turned into start and finish arena for the Park World Tour that Friday, 13.6.1997. You could place your bets and spend 1.5 hours watching the world’s best orienteers – on TV, too – in a race that soon turned challenging.
How high did the runners climb before reaching control 2? Get your copy of Made for loving it and go with them.