The Meeting of Orienteering in Venice, with the 36th edition on 11th to 12th November brings with it innovations. Stages only in Venice with a closed number of registrations (1,000 athletes). An appointment in 2 stages in the lagoon city for the Saturday night, hours usually quiet since the influx of tourists and during the morning day. Read More
Race Bulletin No. 1 for the MOV 2017 was published and can be found at page >> Bulletins.
The Meeting returns to what it was but with some small addition.
The request for the meeting during the day had become a very strong expectation and we wanted to please everyone orienteers.
The new formula will give all our guests a Venice at night and a day in Venice with all the emotions that these two events can give.
The closed number will remain an obligation for the respect that we all have to the territory that hosts us.
It is always a great emotion to prepare the Meeting and the wait becomes more and more important.
We look forward certain to continue to offer you great sensations.
Gian Pietro Mazzeni
Chairman of the Organizing Committee
Thank you all! The #36MOV2017 will be back next year on 11-12 November 2017 with races in Venice – Sprint by night and middle mov by day open to schools – see you next year!
ERACLEA (VE): The Estonian Sergei RJABYSHKIN and Austrian Laura RAMSTEIN win the general classification of the MOV in Venice 2016. In the last stage of Eraclea Mare which saw the winners of the general to score well in the final stage reiterating a clear superiority, good news also for the blues Alessio Tenani Elite podium with 3rd place in the stage and the final. Excellent news also by young people with Vera Chiusole (S.C. Merano) who got the overall victory and the stage by beating the Swiss Aegler and Wirz.
Rjabyshkin it for several days in Italy and prepared the Venetian appointment with great care: “Exactly, I came convinced to do well. I competed last week in Tuscany, Siena, San Gimignano and then I moved to the city of Florence and Chioggia. I started off well and I knew I could fight until the end for the general classification. I have found the first evidence very fast committing several errors. from the night race onwards I have found the concentration and then here at Heraclea was enough to keep momentum . I’ll be back in Estonia very motivated, surely I will return to your country. ”
Rjabyshkin beat a valuable athlete like Parfianowitcz, athlete of the Polish national team, and our Tenani who said: “It is a good result even if today I again wrong in the first stint in the pine forest of Eraclea Mare. I still held tough and tenacity rewarded seen me that two athletes are skipped. ”
The new cha moves to Italy, has the face of Vera Chiusole: “I came to Venice for the fun and mature international experience, thanks to the support of my parents who have accompanied me. I did not expect to win. It ‘ It was a big surprise and a joy after a season in which I suffered an injury that has affected me. ”
THE MOV2016 organized by the Committee Orienteering Mazzeni Gianpietro Venice, saw the 5 companies in the Venice area (Orienteering Galilei, North Lagoon, Malipiero, Pol. Bissuola, Swallows Noale) give life to a meeting full of emotion.
“It ‘was an issue very challenging – the comment of the organizers – and we got confirmation that the event has the opportunity to develop further. Venice allows you to have an important added value.”
237 Sergei RJABYSHKIN 92 495 SRD SK Est 17:28 2 29:26 1 20:23 1 1:07:17
2 13 Piotr PARFIANOWICZ 94 106 Hana Orienteering Cze 17:22 1 29:40 2 21:26 2 1:08:28
3 467 Alessio TENANI 79 90001 G.S. Forestale ITA 18:19 6 29:49 4 21:42 3 1:09:50
1 331 Laura RAMSTEIN 92 544 OLC Graz Aus 19:02 1 30:09 3 22:42 1 1:11:53
2 408 Therese KLINTBERG 90 560 World Wide Orienteering Promot Swe 19:04 2 29:43 2 23:20 2 1:12:07
3 409 Josefine KLINTBERG 94 560 World Wide Orienteering Promot Swe 22:44 8 29:05 1 24:08 3 1:15:57
1 237 Sergei RJABYSHKIN 92 495 SRD SK Est 20:23
2 13 Piotr PARFIANOWICZ 94 106 Hana Orienteering Cze 21:26
3 467 Alessio TENANI 79 90001 G.S. Forestale ITA 21:42
1 331 Laura RAMSTEIN 92 544 OLC Graz Aus 22:42
2 408 Therese KLINTBERG 90 560 World Wide Orienteering Promot Swe 23:20
3 409 Josefine KLINTBERG 94 560 World Wide Orienteering Promot Swe 24:08
VENICE: In the Venetian night Segei RJABYSHKIN (Estonia) and Josefine KLINTBERG (Sweden) won the race night Middle that has bewitched the lagoon thanks to the unique charm of the MOV. The eyes of the Italian fans were for Alessio Tenani (Forestry) who could not complete the comeback that everyone expected coming to occupy the 4th position is in the middle than in the general standings. The Bolognese is more uncertain than its standard party and at mid-race he also committed a careless mistake that cost him the victory.
“There are days when everything runs well and others less so – the post-race comments dell’atleta- probably this was one of those races where things did not have to go.” A missed opportunity and hard tomorrow will be the comeback for success in the General Meeting given the brevity of the run.
He did not take off in this edition of MOV, Lia Patescheider. The altoatesiona was the only blue enrolled in Elite category and the blue about her ambitions were pinned.
Changes in the overall standings: The winners of this afternoon in Jesolo have not maintained the primacy. The provisional leader among the Elite M is now Sergei RJABYSHKIN that with a total time of 46 ’54 “ahead of only 8″ Piotr PARFIANOWICZ (Poland). The women now in command there is Therese Klintberg 48 ‘: 47 “before the Austrian Laura RAMSTEIN 49′: 11″
An evening of great celebration instead for companies and executives who FISO in the evening, at the sports hall of the Arsenal, received the awards presented by the President Mauro Gazzerro. Many associations rewarded for 20 years of business, executives and technicians. Speaking of technicians in the early afternoon it was a meeting of technical training.
Proof Middle Venice was traced by Cristian Bellotto, technical long course that was seen in 2014 awarded the quality label of the year the track for testing WOC2014.
Perfect the race organization has been able to cope with the many extra difficulties of Venice location. For the Veneto companies involved it was the 2nd race staged in a day. Tomorrow’s grand final at Heraclea, the sprint was launched, we will see who will be the winner of this exciting challenge between the city specialists.
1 237 Sergei RJABYSHKIN 92 495 SRD SK Est 29:26
2 13 Piotr PARFIANOWICZ 94 106 Hana Orienteering Cze 29:40
3 108 Ben WINDSOR 90 176 DRONGO Uni 29:43
4 467 Alessio TENANI 79 90001 G.S. Forestale ITA 29:49
1 409 Josefine KLINTBERG 94 560 World Wide Orienteering Promot Swe 29:05
2 408 Therese KLINTBERG 90 560 World Wide Orienteering Promot Swe 29:43
3 331 Laura RAMSTEIN 92 544 OLC Graz Aus 30:09
1 237 Sergei RJABYSHKIN 92 495 SRD SK Est 17:28 2 29:26 1 46:54
2 13 Piotr PARFIANOWICZ 94 106 Hana Orienteering Cze 17:22 1 29:40 2 47:02
3 108 Ben WINDSOR 90 176 DRONGO Uni 18:02 4 29:43 3 47:45
4 467 Alessio TENANI 79 90001 G.S. Forestale ITA 18:19 6 29:49 4 48:08
1 408 Therese KLINTBERG 90 560 World Wide Orienteering Promot Swe 19:04 2 29:43 2 8:47
2 331 Laura RAMSTEIN 92 544 OLC Graz Aus 19:02 1 30:09 3 49:11
3 409 sefine KLINTBERG 94 560 World Wide Orienteering Promot Swe 22:44 8 29:05 1 51:49
4 53 Zuzanna KUBICKA 93 106 Hana Orienteering Cze 20:04 3 32:36 4 52:40