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17.12.2017, Madi
Guangzhou, China, Dec 2017
The Guangdong Historical Road Orienteering Championship was concluded today with 2 races.
The Guangdong Historical Road Orienteering Championship was concluded today with two quite different races that were ran in the Huangpu Ancient Port and Haizhu Wetland Park in Guangzhou. The wins today went to runners from China, Denmark, Norway and New Zealand.
Today's races, both of which were sprints, and the latter one being a WRE, took place today in Guangzhou. The Huangpu Ancient Port set the venue for the morning race and Haizhu Wetland Park for the afternoon respectively. As you can see from the maps, it was two quite different types of sprints.

Among men, todays biggest success was Tim Robertson (NZL), who after 4th and 3rd positions on earlier races continued his upward trend by first claiming the 2nd position in the morning and then ending up with a victory on the last race later on the afternoon.
The winner in the morning was Soren Bobach (DEN)

Among women, it was Jiayi Zheng of China, who beat all the rest in the first race. What an impressive performance from this young Chinese talent.
In the afternoon, Lone Brochmann (NOR) claimed the victory.

The top three in the first race of the day were:
1. Jiayi Zheng (CHI) 12:52
2. Tereza Janosikova (CZE) 12:58
3. Anna Nilsson Simkovics (AUT) 13:16

1. Soren Bobach (DEN) 11:39
2. Tim Robertson (NZL) 11:41
3. Oystein Kvaal Osterbo (NOR) 11:56


The top three in the second race were:
1. Lone Brochmann (NOR) 15:44
2. Tekle Gvildyte (LTU) 15:48
3. Laura Ramstein (AUT) 16:05

1. Tim Robertson (NZL) 12:31
2. Yannick Michiels (BEL) 13:01
3. Frederic Tranchand (FRA) 13:14


Results morning

Map - Men Elite - morning
Map - Women Elite - morning


Results afternoon

Map - Men Elite part 1 - afternoon
Map - Men Elite part 2 - afternoon
Map - Women Elite part 1 - afternoon
Map - Women Elite part 2 - afternoon



Top 6 ladies of the morning race


Top 6 gentlemen of the afternoon

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