The last run of the King of Orienteering

Thierry Gueorgiou takes his 14th World Championship gold in his last individual orienteering WOC race at #WOC2017 in Estonia

Orienteering for beginners

Alexander Lines (aged 11) has made a short introduction to orienteering. It features his brother Edward. For more information about orienteering go to Orienteer every week in Sussex at

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Xperience orienteering

If you take cross country running, add a full nature experience and combine it with thrill & adventure - you get orienteering!
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Headcam Orienteering Video: Dackefejden Middle

Headcam/GPS orienteering video with Göran Winblad from Dackefejden Middle 2017

Orienteering World Cup Final 2017: Middle distance highlights

Middle distance of World Cup Final in Orienteering 2017 in Switzerland

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How to Orienteer

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Orienteering is a sport that uses a compass and map to navigate through a landscape. Polish your skills while having fun.

Step 1: Register
Register for the orienteering course. You will be given a map, a control description, and a control card. You will also be given the option of renting a compass if you have not brought your own.

The control description describes features such as the path, a junction in the path, or a large rock where each control, or destination, can be found.

Step 2: Use the map
Use the map to determine which direction you need to head to reach your first control. Turn the compass housing so that your direction aligns with the direction-of-travel arrow on the compass's housing.

Step 3: Hold the compass
Hold the compass level in your hand so that the needle can turn. Turn the compass so that the needle aligns with the grid lines on the housing.

Be sure the north end of the compass needle is pointing north. Otherwise you will head off in the opposite direction to which you intend.

Step 4: Proceed in the indicated direction
Proceed in the direction the travel arrow is pointing.

Step 5: Punch your control card
Use the punch to mark your control card when you reach your destination. This will prove you have visited the control. Visit all controls before the other orienteer and win the game.

Did You Know?
Orienteering began in Scandinavia in the 19th century.

Headcam Orienteering race in Valsugana

Follow my orienteering race in Valsugana (Italy) @TritticoDellaValsugana2014_day2_MonteMezza.
Some confusion near the first control...=)

Thanks to BabboDeNardis for making the video with RGmapvideo.

Headcam Orienteering WCH Chasewater 07 Feb 2016

Blue Course 7.5 km 105 m climb

Water is a significant feature throughout this event, given that longer courses run around the lake and through some of the marsh areas.

A slowish start, with a minor error to #3, #5 was a major error. A fall on the way may have unsettled me (?excuse?)and I over ran and searched in a less dense area before reality struck.

Controls 7-11 seemed simply circuit runs but that's not to say error free - #10 was almost an overshoot.

#14 was a wobble, where I may have lost concentration racing another competitor, who may not have even been on my course!

#20 was a minor error where I followed my route in to the control rather than cutting out SE.

I left the run late-ish to take advantage of the forecast sunshine and was lucky to have the sun.

Some wet feet today!

Filmed on a head mounted basic GoPro camera and edited with rgmapvideo and rgmapvideosplits

Orienteering Fails #1 - Strömstad Fails

Orienteering Fails #1

All the embarrassing fails from the sprint and sprint relay in Strömstad during WOC 2016.

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The purpose of the video is not to embarrass any athlete, rather entertain and spreading the sport. Errare humanum est, ignoscere divinum.

ORIENTEERING more than just running

The difference between orienteering and running on a track...

What´s your choice?

...more than just running

Presenting European Orienteering Championships Ticino Switzerland 2018

Anders Holmberg
Elisa Bertozzi
Dieter Wolf

By Niccolò Castelli and Mattia Capezzoli

Camera and aerial shooting Mattia Capezzoli
Sound design Julie Odeurs
Produced by Cryms.com and Paranoiko pictures for European Orienteering Championships Ticino Switzerland 2018

with the support of Ticino Film Commission and Agenzia turistica ticinese

Riga Orienteering Week / Riga Cup 2018 trailer

Riga Orienteering Week 2018 is where sport, nature and city meets! Enjoy six days of orienteering from 10th to 15th of April in exciting terrains and beautiful nature surrounding the capital of Latvia - Riga. Welcome to Riga Orienteering Week 2018!

World Orienteering Championships 2015 Universal Sports Network

WOC 2015, the 2015 World Orienteering Championships, were held in Scotland, and the Universal Sports Network broadcast this feature about these exciting competitions.
Orienteering is a sport that welcomes all ages and skill levels. Visit to find an orienteering event near you.

West Midlands Orienteering League 2017 - Badgerslade (Cannock Chase)

Orienteering race in wonderful Cannock Chase woods! Green course - 3.9 km 11 cp. Mistakes on 2. and 10. cp, and 6. cp was in wrong place.

Israeli Championship 2018 Orienteering - day 1

Sataf - H45 course


GW VLOG #77 from one of the days on the trainingcamp in Spain were I was working for the Swedish National Team in orienteering.

East Midlands Orienteering League 2018 - Byron's Walk (Nottingham)

EM orienteering league - course Green - 3.9 km 12 cp. Hilly and unrunnable (brambles) area. Fight to 3. 4. 7. 10. and 12. cp (lost the fight to last checkpoint).

Headcam Orienteering Video: 25manna 2016, 5th leg

Go Hard Or Go Home - The Hubmann Brothers

puresive films presents an epic orienteering movie with Daniel and Martin Hubmann. Join an intense and unpredictable fight between the Hubmann brothers - two of the best orienteers in the world!

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locations | Baden (SUI), Trin (SUI), Flims (SUI)
music | Adagio In D Minor (John Murphy), For The Win (Two Steps From Hell)

puresive films is a film company by Simon Rüegg and Lukas Schubnell.

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Orienteering World Cup Final 2017: Sprint Relay highlights

Sprint relay of World Cup Final in Orienteering 2017 in Switzerland. Follow all events on