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Second win for Olsson at the World Ski Orienteering Championships

Magdalena Olsson (SWE) secured the victory in the pursuit race at the World Ski Orienteering Championships. Results from the women’s race.

Photo: Peter Krappel/WSOC2024

Podium of today’s pursuit race at the Ramsau World Ski Orienteering Championships in Austria.

World Ski Orienteering Championships Pursuit – Women’s Race

In the women’s field, Magdalena Olsson, from Sweden, took first place at the Ramsau pursuit race with a total time of 52:14. The Swedish orienteering skier was followed by Linda Lindkvist, from Sweden, 1:45 back, in second place.

Frida Sandberg, also from Sweden, completed the podium in third place, 2:03 behind the winner. 

Eliane Deininger, from Switzerland, and Anna Ulvensoen, from Norway, rounded out the top 5 by finishing 4th and 5th, respectively. 

Top 5 Pursuit, Women

  1. Magdalena Olsson (SWE), 52:14
  2. Linda Lindkvist (SWE), +1:45
  3. Frida Sandberg (SWE), +2:03
  4. Eliane Deininger (SUI), +2:20
  5. Anna Ulvensoen (NOR), +2:29

Here you can find more information and the complete results.

Updates in progress

FACTS Ramsau World Ski Orienteering Championships 202

  • When: Tuesday, January 23, to Saturday, January 27, 2024 
  • Where: Ramsau, Austria
  • What: World Ski Orienteering Championships 2024, Austria

On, we will continuously report on the competition. If you want to watch the competitions live, you can do so on our streaming service, SC Play, with all competitions broadcast with English commentary. SC Play is included in the membership.

Here are the program and broadcast times with links to SC Play

Tuesday, January 23 – Sprint 11:30 – 14:10 CET
Wednesday, January 24 – Pursuit – 11:50 – 14:20 CET
Friday, January 26 – Middle distance – 13:00 – ~16:00 CET
Saturday, January 27 – Mixed relay – 13:00 – ~13:50 CET

Read More: Follow the medal chase at the World Ski Orienteering Championships on SC PLAY

Is ski orienteering a new sport for you? Here’s everything you need to know:

Ski orienteering is very similar to summertime orienteering. But there are some differences. One of these is, of course, that the athlete is skiing. Free technique is allowed on all distances, and skiers carry the map in a map holder on their chest.

The aim is to take the checkpoints in numerical order as quickly as possible, and one of the challenges in ski orienteering is to make course decisions at high speed and also to make judgments about the fastest route between each checkpoint.

The competitions are held in areas where, in addition to the already existing track system, “extra tracks” are laid by snowmobiles in order to create more options for the skier.

On the map, the tracks have different widths depending on how wide the track is. A wide track (corresponding to traditional skate width) has a thick green line as a symbol, while a narrow track has a dashed green color. On the latter, it is not possible to ski “traditional skating” but is about getting around with more focus on the double poling.

Athletes from several different countries are expected to compete for medals. Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Switzerland, and Bulgaria are the main favorites.

In parallel with the World Championships, the Junior World Championships and the European Youth Championships will also be held.

Stay tuned for more information at



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