|Finish: Anne Konring Olesen DEN in 9th place 1:15 behind the winner.|
|No obvious mistakes seem to have occured from the first runners - they were within 10 seconds of each other through the whole race.|
GOLD Hanny Allston AUS 13:13,3
SILVER Simone Niggli-Luder SUI 13.19,1
BRONZE Kajsa Nilsson SWE 13.24,3
|Finish: Strong finish by Simone - same pace as Hanny in the end, but mistakes (?) in the first part of the course made the gap to big to close.|
Hanny Allston is the World Champion!
Simone Niggli-Luder finishes 2nd. 13.19,1.
Bronze to Kajsa Nilsson of Sweden
|Finish: Minna Kauppi in 4th place with Simone still to come.|
Waiting for Simone, has she the speed today. Doesnt looks like she'll take it
Helen Bridle currently fourth. 14.13,6.
Looks like a 5th place at the end since Simone is still out there. Minna Kauppi could also beat her
|Strong finish from Hanny Allston - will Simone be able to reach her???|
|Radio 3: Simone Niggli-Luder is still behind both Hanny and Kajsa. 10:23 7 sec behind the lead!|
|Radio 3: Minna Kauppi FIN into 4th place 10:45 +28 sec|
Hanny Allston takes the lead. The new time is 13.13
Hanny Allston heading for goal. Will she take the lead?
Karolina A H÷ijsgaard finishes 3rd, but 14.18 is alomst a minute after Nilsson.
For the moment triple Sweden, but it won't be for long...
|Radio 3: Hanny Allston taking the lead also at this control - 2 sec ahead of Kajsa Nilsson and is running strongly.|
Simone Niggli Luder has gained som pace. 07.21 is the same time as Kajsa Nilsson and 3 seconds after Allston
|Radio 2: Minna Kauppi FIN has lost a lot of time now in 4th place 24 sec behind|
|Radio3: Hanny Allston in the lead, just one second ahead of Eliasson|
Helen Bridle running for a top 6-7 place. Right now she is 4th, 10.59
|Radio 2: Hanny Allston AUS new leader 3 sec ahead of Kajsa Nilsson|
Kajsa Nilsson takes the lead. 13.24,3.
Doubble Sweden right now but Finland, Australia and Switzerland might beat that
|Radio 2: Hanny Allston AUS new leader 3 sec ahead of Kajsa Nilsson|
Hanny Allston in the lead. 07.18, 3 seconds ahead of Nilsson
|Finish: Tania Robinson NZL has moved up in the field and finishes in 3rd place, but is at the same time coming up as mispunched - we have to wait and see..|
|Radio1: Round up. Kauppi, Eliasson, _Niggli-luder, Allston, Nilsson and Schmalfeldt in 11 seconds|
Simone Niggli Luder has passed. And she is 3rd.
The time: 03.55
|Radio 2: Karolina A H÷ijsgaard in 9th place, 8:08 + 46 sec.|
New leader. Minna Kauppi of Finland, 03.47, 4 seconds before Eliasson.
What does Simone do? 3.20?
|Radio 1: Hanny Allston AUS 5 sec behind the leader in 2nd place|
Kajsa Nilsson takes the lead of Eliasson.
10.18, 7 seconds ahead
|Radio3: Tania Robinson 4th, 11.23|
|Finish: Karin Schmalfeld finishes in a present 5th place 14.59,3 + 1.30|
New leader, but still Sweden. Kajsa Nilsson with 07.21 is 4 seconds ahead of Lena Eliasson
|Radio 2: Anne Konring Olesen DEN new 2nd place 7:47 +22 sec|
|Radio1: Karolina A H÷ijsgaard new 4th. 04.05, 14 seconds after Eliasson|
|Radio 2: Tania Robinson NZL is moving now after a bad start. 5th spot right now, but has picked up 5 sec on also strong running leader Lena E.|
|Radio 1: New second time for Kajsa Nilsson SWE, 7 sec behind leading Lena Eliasson|
Lena Eliasson takes the lead, of course. 13.29,4!
She has Paula Haapakoski with her and Paula is second with 14.26,9
|Finish: Sarah Rollins 4th in the finish. 15.02|
Lena Eliasson is approaching the goal
|Radio 3: Paula Haapakoski FIN 11:24 +58 sec has only lost 5 sec to Lena Eliasson.|
|Radio1: Anne Konrig Olesen of Denmark. New 3rds place, 18 seconds after Eliasson. 04.10|
|Radio 1 & 2: Marianne Riddervold NOR is out of contention 52 sec behind at #1 and 1:21 at the second radio control...|
|Radio1: Birgitte GrŘniger 3rd. 04.15|
Lena Eliasson is taking a huge lead. 10.25 is 58 seconds (!) ahead of Dodin
|Radio 2: Karin Schmalfeld GER has lost 25 sec to Lena Eliasson. In 3rd spot right now +31 sec.|
|Finish: CÚline Dodin takes the lead! 14.38,5|
|Radio 3: Sarah Rollins 4th 11:39 +16 sec has run a good race on this part of the course|
|Finish: Dana Brozkova current 2nd place. 15.00, +0.19|
And CÚline Dodin running for the lead
Ane Linde of Denmark has made some mistakes in the begining. 04.35 is 44 secons after leading Eliasson
|Radio 2: Lena Eliasson SWE still in the lead 7:25 +28 sec ahead of Dodin|
|Radio 2: Shandurkova BUL 4th place 8:12, but has lost a lot of time from the previous radio control.|
Dana Brozkovß finishes at a current 4th place. 11.43, 20 seconds late.
|Radio 3: New leader Celine Dodin FRA 11:23 +7 sec|
|Radio1: Karin Schmalfeld, 2nd. 03.58, +0.07 against Eliasson|
|Finish: Pippa Whitehous takes the lead from Makrai. 14.41,2 is the best time so far.|
|Radio 1: Karin Schmalfeld GER 2nd 3:58 +7 sec|
|Radio 1: Lena Eliasson SWE a BIG lead +24 sec with 3:51|
New leader. ╔va Makrai of Hingaria. 15.07,5
|Radio 2: Celine Dodin, FRA first runner under 8 min┤s. Takes the lead with 7:57 +7 sec|
|Finish: Inga Dambe runs in on a 2nd place, 11 seconds aftger Gil Brotons, 15.32|
|Radio1: Iliana Shandurkova new leader. 04.16 for the Bulgarian girl|
|Radio 3: A tied first place for Pippa Whitehouse 11:30|
|Finish: A new leader at the finish, Ester Gils Broton ESP 15:21 +21 sec.|
Radio 3: Eva Makrai takes over the lead with +13 sec
New leader again. Zdenka Starß of
Czech Republic with 04.17. Will the best ones go under 4 minutes?
|Radio1: CÚline Dodin has taken the lead. 04.19, viva la france|
|Finish: Zsusza Fey ROM 16:10,5 in 5th position|
|Radio1: Dana Brozkovß ties for the lead. 4.24 is the same time as Eva Makrai|
|Radio 2: Pippa Whitehouse GBR 8:10 2nd place +8 sec|
Eva Markai takes the lead with 8.01, which is 15th seconds ahead of Gil Brotons.
Inga Dambe passes at 8.36, 3rd spot
|Radio 3 (TV): A big lead still for Ester Gils Broton 11:44 +30|
|Louise Oram of Canada finishes fifth at 16.32|
|Radio 1: Pippa Whitehouse new 3rd place 4:32 +7 sec|
|Troy De Haas, Martin Sirmais and Matthew Speake have been disqualified by the organizers after crossing an uncrossable fence.|
|Radio 2: Ester Gils Broton is still running well. Best time at second radiocontrol 28 seconds ahead|
|Radio1: New leader Eva Markai of Hungary, 2 seconds ahead of Gil Brotons|
|Radio1: Micela Guizzardi 4th, 04.44|
|Finish: Samantha Saeger, USA has made a strong finish and picked 11 seconds on Grigorova, but in 2nd place...|
|Radio1: New leader at first radio. Ester Gil Brotons of Spain comes in at 4.26 and takes the lead by 12 seconds beofrew Dai of China|
|Radio1: Zsuzsa Fey has passed at a 4th place. 4.52, +0.14 to Wei Dai|
|Radio 2: Louise Oram, CAN +13 sec 3rd spot right now|
|Radio 3 (TV): Samantha Saeger, USA 2nd +14 sec|
|Finish: First woman back Antonia Grigorova BUL 15:50,4|
|Radio 1: New 2nd best Ildiko Szerenci HUN 4:40 +2 sec|
|Radio 2: Wei Dai has lost some time, now 2nd, 4 sec behind Grigorova|
|Radio 2: Samantha Saeger, 2nd, +25 sec|
|Radio 1: Louise Oram, CAN 4:54 3rd place|
|Radio 3 (TV control, 2,0): Grigorova 12:14|
|Radio 1: Rudzenskaite 2nd, 15 sec behind Dai|
|Big lead for China┤s Wei Da at Radio 1, 4:38 a 16 second lEAD|
|Samantha Saeger, USA 2nd at Radio 1 4:58 4 sec behind|
|Radio 2(1,6 km): Grigorova is already at the 2nd radio, 8:44|
|Radio1 (0,9 km): Mikiko Minagawa, 5:08, 14 sec behind Grigorova|
|Radio 1: Fei Li CHINA 5:11|
|First runner to Radio 1: Grigorova, BUL 4:54|
|Now it┤s time for the women┤s final|
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