TempO: Great show and many surprises in the qualification
Today in Alberé di Tenna (qualification) and in Levico Terme's Hapsburg Park (final) for the second time in the history the young and exciting discipline of TempO was in the program of the Orienteering World.
The Norwegian Martin Jullum was the most consistent athlete and took the gold medal; behind him, three competitors from Finland: Kontkanen, Mäkinen and Rusanen; 17th place for the best Italian, Michele Cera 49 tasks to analyse and solve as quick as possible: that's the goal of TempO, the precision orienteering discipline that for the second year gave the WC medals .
61 competitors from 24 nations in the lone category Open had to face the very tricky tasks prepared by Renato Bettin and Roberto Manea.
In the morning, the qualification in the forest of Alberé di Tenna, whose multiple terrain forms and a complicated rock face were exploited for the race, there were 6 stations with 4 tasks for each one.