Olena Babych (Ucraina) e Seppa Touko (Finalndia) vincono la XIX

24 Mar 2024 - Attività, Eventi Sportivi

Olena Babych (Ukraine) and Seppa Touko (Finland) won the 19th edition of the
“MOC Mediterranean Open Championship Orienteering” 2024.

Remarkable 4th place for Jessica Lucchetta and 5th for Mattia Debertolis, our PWT Italia Athletes.

In the characteristic historic center in the Cilento Park in Campania, you are
the 19th edition of the “MOC Mediterranean Open Championship Orienteering” took place.
Over 100 elite athletes, representing 10 nations, will be at the start with the prestigious presence
of the multiple world champion the Swede Tove Alexandersson, also champion of
Skyrunning and ski mountaineering. The event was preceded by a training camp coordinated by the Norwegian national team coach Janne Salmi, in collaboration with PWT Italia and
the Agropoli Orienteering Klub.

Mayor Luigi Mauraro, D.Pecora president of AOK, G.Viale president of PWT Italia,

The municipalities involved in this edition were: Castelcivita, Trentinara, Roccadaspide, Eboli, and Agropoli.

The finals of the MOC Championships took place in two rounds respectively in Santa Maria di Castellabate and Castellabate on 22 and 23 March. The Deputy Mayor of. attended the awards ceremony Castellabate Dr. Luigi Mauraro, together with the representatives of the AOK Florio Rosa board, Faniglione Antonio and Di Giaimo Luigi.


The young athletes of Ori Monte Falcione were present at the competitions


On a very technical route, a real labyrinth in the historic center, characterized by
continuous ups and downs and changes in direction, with a stable race he won on the pitch
Ukrainian Olena Babych (Ukraine), who preceded the Danish Agervig Malin e
in third place the Estonian Evely Kaasiku. In the men’s field, the victory went to the Finnish Seppa Touko, ahead of his compatriot Oksanen Teemu and the Swiss Tino Polsini


Top 5 XIX MOC 2024

The Italians of the Park World Tour Italia did well, with Jessica’s 4th place in Catellabate
Lucchetta just one step away from the podium, 5th for Mattina Debertolis, 7th for Caterina Dallera, and 10th for Giulia Dissette.
Also present at the training sessions was the other PWT Italia Juniors Fabio Amadesi and the supervisor Pietro Palumbo.

Bitter surprise for the multiple world champion Tove Alexandersson, disqualified for missing a control point in the final race. The organizers, coordinated by Gabriele Viale, president of Park World Tour Italia/MOC
concept maker and Davide Percora President of AOK – Agropoli Orienteering Club, have
expressed satisfaction with the complete success of the event.

Podiums of the XIX MOC edition @DominaTravel

The winners of the 19th edition awarded @DominaTravel

The Mediterranean Orienteering Championship sets the opening of the season
of orienteering worldwide, also thanks to the favorable climate that characterizes the regions of Southern Italy already in early March, when in the leading orienteering nations – Nordic countries – are still in this period covered by snow.

Campania had already hosted the 2017 and 2019 editions in these locations. The “MOC
Mediterranean Open Championship Orienteering.

Results and split-times: camelotsport.it

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