Junior World Ski Orienteering Championships

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The Junior World Ski Orienteering Championships (or Ski-JWOC) were first held in 1994. Since 1998, competitions have been held annually. Representative countries must be members of the International Orienteering Federation (IOF).

Host Towns/Cities[edit]

Year Date Place
1994 Finland Rovaniemi, Finland
1996 February 5–12 Slovakia Banská Bystrica/Donovaly, Slovakia
1998 Russia Velogozh, Russia
1999 March 1–7 Bulgaria Jundola, Bulgaria
2000 January 31 – February 6 Slovakia Banská Bystrica, Slovakia
2001 February 11–18 Italy Trentino, Italy
2002 January 27 – February 3 Czech Republic Jablonec nad Nisou/Harrachov, Czech Republic
2003 February 17–23 Russia St. Petersburg, Russia
2004 January 19–25 Finland Vuokatti, Finland
2005 January 23–29 Switzerland S-chanf, Switzerland
2006 February 20–27 Russia Ivanovo, Russia
2007 February 11–18 Austria Salzburg, Austria
2008 February 11–18 Bulgaria Dospat, Bulgaria
2009 January 25 – February 1 Sweden Dalarna, Sweden
2010 February 8–15 Romania Miercurea Ciuc, Romania
2011 January 31-6 February Norway Lillehammer, Norway
2012 February 20–26 Ukraine Sumy, Ukraine
2013 February 11–18 Latvia Madona, Latvia
2014 February 18-23 Estonia Põlva, Estonia

Classic/Long[edit]

This event was called "Classic distance" from 1994 to 1999. Since 2000 it is called "Long distance".

Men[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze Notes
1994 Sweden Peter Fredriksson Finland Tapani Partanen Sweden Per Engström
1996 Finland Matti Keskinarkaus Norway Stian Hognestad Russia Ilshat Gimranov
1998 Russia Ruslan Gritsan Russia Sergei Osipov
Russia Vitali Homchenko
 
1999 Finland Topi Suomalainen Russia Vasili Glouharev Sweden Peter Arnesson
2000 Finland Petri Kiiskinen Switzerland Marc Lauenstein Finland Jari Sillman
2001 Russia Kirill Vesselov Switzerland Remo Fischer Russia Mikhail Sorokin
2002 Russia Kirill Vesselov Russia Anton Smirnov Finland Staffan Tunis
2003 Finland Jonne Lehto Russia Nikolai Moskalenko Russia Alexey Bortnik
2004 Finland Jonne Lehto Sweden Erik Rost Finland Jussi Simula
2005 Sweden Erik Rost Russia Alexey Kozhemiakin Russia Andrey Lamov
2006 Russia Andrey Lamov Russia Taras Kashchuk Norway Magne Dæhli 17.9 km, 22 controls
2007 Russia Taras Kashchuk Finland Olli-Markus Taivainen Sweden Daniel Nordebo 12.0 km, 25 controls
2008 Bulgaria Stanimir Belomazhev Finland Olli-Markus Taivainen Russia Taras Kashchuk
2009 Finland Olli-Markus Taivainen Norway Hans Jörgen Kvåle Finland Leo Laakkonen 16.2 km, 18 controls

Women[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze Notes
1994 Finland Liisa Anttila Finland Ella Heiko Sweden Lina Börjes
1996 Finland Hanna Kosonen Norway Anne M. Hausken Russia Tatiana Naumova
1998 Finland Erja Jokinen Finland Katja Rajaniemi Finland Hannele Valkonen
1999 Finland Katja Rajaniemi Sweden Marie Lund Russia Anna Ustinova
2000 Russia Ekaterina Chizhikova Finland Kirsi Vanhalakka Finland Aino-Maria Hirvi
2001 Russia Ekaterina Chizhikova Sweden Lena Eliasson Finland Kirsi Vanhalakka
2002 Russia Ekaterina Chizhikova Finland Katri Mehtälä Czech Republic Eva Böhmová
2003 Russia Elena Grand Finland Laura Salmi Finland Sari Suomalainen
2004 Russia Valentina Lebedeva Russia Olga Novikova Czech Republic Lenka Hruskova
2005 Sweden Eva Svensson Russia Olga Novikova
Russia Anastasia Kravchenko
 
2006 Russia Anastasia Kravchenko Russia Tatiana Kozlova Sweden Eva Svensson 10.7 km, 18 controls
2007 Sweden Eva Svensson Sweden Helene Söderlund Czech Republic Hana Hancikova 9.9 km, 20 controls
2008 Russia Alena Chukareva Switzerland Judith Wyder Russia Ekaterina Munina
2009 Russia Tatiana Medvedeva Sweden Tove Alexandersson Sweden Maria Nordström 9.3 km, 8 controls

Short/Middle[edit]

This event was called "Short distance" from 1994 to 2004. Since 2005 it is called "Middle distance".

Men[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze Notes
1994 Finland Tapani Partanen Sweden Peter Fredriksson Finland Vesa Varis
1996 Finland Mika Hakkarainen Finland Matti Keskinarkaus Czech Republic Jakub Vodrazka
1998 Russia Ruslan Gritsan Finland Markus Kainu Russia Vitali Homchenko
1999 Norway Olav Baken-Hagelia Finland Pasi Kiiskinen Sweden Erik Wiberg
2000 Russia Vasili Gloukharev Sweden David Andersson Sweden Peter Arnesson
2001 Sweden David Andersson Switzerland Remo Fischer Russia Kirill Vesselov
2002 Finland Tuukka Turkka Finland Staffan Tunis Russia Vadim Tolstopyatov
2003 Finland Tuukka Turkka Russia Alexey Kozhemiakin Sweden Pär Häggström
2004 Finland Jonne Lehto Russia Andrey Lamov Sweden Erik Rost
2005 Sweden Erik Rost Finland Jussi Simula Russia Pavel Utkin
2006 Russia Andrey Lamov Finland Olli-Markus Taivainen Norway Magne Dæhli 7.45 km, 15 controls
2007 Russia Taras Kashchuk Norway Ove Sätra Sweden Thomas Carlsson 6.3 km, 20 controls
2008 Bulgaria Stanimir Belomazhev Finland Leo Laakkonen Russia Valeriy Glukhov 8.2 km, 18 controls
2009 Finland Olli-Markus Taivainen Finland Leo Laakkonen Sweden Gustav Nordström 7.5 km, 16 controls

Women[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze Notes
1994 Finland Liisa Anttila Russia Irina Onistchenko Sweden Annice Clevnert
1996 Finland Hanna Kosonen Russia Olga Porozova Sweden Annika Björk
1998 Russia Anna Ustinova Sweden Maria Bergkvist Russia Anna Vorobieva
1999 Russia Anna Ustinova Finland Katja Rajaniemi Finland Salla Lehto
2000 Finland Aino-Maria Hirvi Russia Ekaterina Chizhikova Finland Salla Lehto
2001 Sweden Maria Bergkvist Russia Svetlana Shvezova Finland Martiina Joensuu
2002 Russia Ekaterina Chizhikova Russia Maria Gorchkova Russia Elena Grand
2003 Russia Elena Grand Sweden Emelie Eklöf Finland Marttiina Joensuu
2004 Russia Olga Novikova Russia Valentina Lebedeva Russia Yulia Bronnikova
2005 Sweden Eva Svensson Russia Olga Novikova Finland Pernilla Tunis
2006 Russia Tatiana Kozlova Russia Anastasia Kravchenko Russia Maria Shilova 5.27 km, 13 controls
2007 Sweden Eva Svensson Russia Olga Trifanova Sweden Helene Söderlund 4.9 km, 15 controls
2008 Czech Republic Simona Karochova Russia Ekaterina Munina Sweden Christina Lovald-Hellberg 6.4 km, 14 controls
2009 Sweden Maria Nordström Sweden Tove Alexandersson Norway Marie Asprusten 6.3 km, 14 controls

Sprint[edit]

This event was first held in 2005.

Men[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze Notes
2005 Sweden Erik Rost Russia Stanislav Cheha Sweden Gustav Hall
2006 Russia Andrey Lamov Russia Taras Kashchuk Finland Olli-Markus Taivainen 2.81 km, 9 controls
2007 Finland Olli-Markus Taivainen Russia Taras Kashchuk Sweden Johan Edin 3.0 km, 12 controls
2008 Norway Sindre Haverstad Russia Alexander Vereshchagin Norway Hans Jörgen Kvåle 3.6 km, 7 controls
2009 Finland Olli-Markus Taivainen Sweden Gustav Nordström Norway Hans Jörgen Kvåle 3.0 km, 9 controls

Women[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze Notes
2005 Russia Tatiana Kozlova Russia Anastasia Kravchenko Russia Alena Trapeznikova
2006 Russia Tatiana Kozlova Russia Maria Shilova Russia Anastasia Kravchenko 2.45 km, 9 controls
2007 Czech Republic Hana Hancikova Sweden Helene Söderlund Sweden Eva Svensson 2.7 km, 9 controls
2008 Czech Republic Hana Hancikova Sweden Christina Lovald-Hellberg Sweden Kristina Nordebo 3.1 km, 6 controls
2009 Sweden Maria Nordström Russia Tatiana Medvedeva Russia Tamara Ezhkova 2.5 km, 8 controls

Relay[edit]

Men[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze Notes
1994 Sweden Sweden Finland Finland Russia Russia
1996 Finland Finland Norway Norway Czech Republic Czech Republic
1998 Sweden Sweden Norway Norway Estonia Estonia
1999 Finland Finland Sweden Sweden Switzerland Switzerland
2000 Switzerland Switzerland Sweden Sweden Russia Russia
2001 Norway Norway Sweden Sweden Russia Russia
2002 Finland Finland Russia Russia Czech Republic Czech Republic
2003 Russia Russia Finland Finland Sweden Sweden
2004 Finland Finland Sweden Sweden Russia Russia
2005 Russia Russia Sweden Sweden Finland Finland
2006 Russia Russia Norway Norway Finland Finland
2007 Sweden Sweden Norway Norway Finland Finland
2008 Finland Finland Norway Norway Sweden Sweden
2009 Finland Finland Norway Norway Russia Russia

Women[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze Notes
1994 Finland Finland Norway Norway Sweden Sweden
1996 Norway Norway Czech Republic Czech Republic Finland Finland
1998 Finland Finland Sweden Sweden Norway Norway
1999 Finland Finland Russia Russia Sweden Sweden
2000 Finland Finland Russia Russia Sweden Sweden
2001 Finland Finland Russia Russia Sweden Sweden
2002 Russia Russia Finland Finland Czech Republic Czech Republic
2003 Russia Russia Finland Finland Sweden Sweden
2004 Russia Russia Finland Finland Sweden Sweden
2005 Russia Russia Sweden Sweden Norway Norway
2006 Russia Russia Sweden Sweden Czech Republic Czech Republic
2007 Sweden Sweden Czech Republic Czech Republic Finland Finland
2008 Russia Russia Finland Finland Norway Norway
2009 Sweden Sweden Finland Finland Czech Republic Czech Republic

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