March 2019 – POM2019

Monthly Archives: March 2019

Final list of results, including winplits are now online in the Live Info page. Please give us your feedback and comments on POM2019 by filling in the form in the link bellow. It won’t take more than 2 minutes. You opinion is very important to us. Feedback Form. Thank you so much.

Max Peter Bejmer (IFK Göteborg) and Johanna Öberg (OK Linné) are the overall winners of Portugal O Meeting 2019. Max Peter Bejmer held the lead of the competition since the start of the last stage achieving this way his first overall victory at Portugal O Meeting. Johanna Öberg started today with a disadvantage of nearly one minute to the lead but in the end was the first at the finish line in the women elite class. The best portuguese were Ricardo Esteves (ADFA) in 11th position and Beatriz Sanguino (CPOC) 36th position. Max Peter Bejmer (photo Nuno Leite) Johanna Öberg (photo by Escola Profissional de Montemor-O-Velho) Overall Classification of Men […]

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The Chasing Start will not be in the Arena. It will take place next to the regular Start. Please take your time to be there on time.

The map of Quiaios, hold the third middle distance of Portugal O Meeting and World Rank Event. The great winners in the elite classes were Matthias Kyburz (Swiss O Team) and Venla Harju (Tampereen Pyrintö). M21SE 1 2 Matthias Kyburz OPOR Swiss O Team SUI 0:31:10 2 1 Olav Lundanes OPOR Halden SK NOR 0:31:33 +00:23 3 3 Daniel Hubmann OPOR Swiss O Team SUI 0:31:44 +00:34 4 20 Martin Hubmann OPOR Swiss O Team SUI 0:33:15 +02:05 5 13 Andreas Kyburz OPOR Swiss O Team SUI 0:33:25 +02:15 W21E 1 205 Venla Harju TP FIN 0:32:47 2 201 Sabine Hauswirth OPOR Swiss O Team SUI 0:33:58 +01:11 3 204 Sari […]

The caravan of Portugal O Meeting moved to the map of “Quiaios” to hold the second stage of the competition. Today’s main protagonists were Albin Ridefelt (OPOR OK Linné) and Megan Carter-Davies (Rajamaen Rykmentti), the winners of the man and women elite classes. The best portugueses were Ricardo Esteves (ADFA) in 16th and Inês Pinto (GD4C)  in 54th. The current overall leaders of POM, after two stages are now Max Peter Bejmer (OPOR IFK Göteborg) and Rebecka Heinrup (Tullinge SK). Tomorrow we will have the WRE middle distance stage, the highlight of the competition, were some of the world’s best orienteers promissed to fight for the victory. Albin Ridefelt (photo […]

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