EOC 2014 – Middle & Long Finals

The qualification races for EOC 2014 started last Thursday with the Middle, the long was on Friday and the Sprint was on Saturday morning.

Sadly none of our competitors in the Middle Distance, men or women, made the top 17 in the heats which is required to make the finals, or so we thought. Following numerous protests the organisers decided to void the mens results, so all men will now run the Middle Final tomorrow (Monday).

This event starts at 10am (Irish Time) and can be followed online from the EOC website. There will be GPS tracking for the top runners with live results, radio, and tv pictures being streamed online.


In the long distance qualification, Nicolas Simonin finished in an excellent 9th place in his heat which qualifies him for Tuesday’s final. The race can be followed live by various means at this link, including GPS tracking from TracTrac, EOC website


In the sprint qualification on Saturday morning the Irish missed out on the final in what were very competitive races. All results can be found using the link given already.


At the ETOC 2014 qualification for the Temp-O started this morning, with start times put back due to fog. The results will be available at the ETOC Live Centre.


EOC competition will finish on Wednesday with the relay.




Orienteering in Ireland
  • Orienteering Ireland
    Irish Sport HQ
    D15 DY62
  • fixtures@orienteering.ie
  • info@orienteering.ie