The 2023 MTBO World Championship ended up with a relay race in Nová Paka. The Czech men's relay with Stránský, Ludvík and Bogar confirmed their excellent performance and won the race ahead of Lithuania and Switzerland. The women's field was dominated by Finland, which won by almost ten minutes ahead of the French. Third place belongs to the Czech women's relay.Read more.
The fourth race of the MTBO World Championship took place in Jabkenice. Czech athletes Martina Tichovská and Vojtěch Ludvík rejoiced at the victory in a dramatic, fast and very contact mass start race. Armel Berthaud and Tilda Palm dominated the junior categories.Read more.
Czech Day at WMTBOC 2023: Bogar, Černík and Stránská middle champions, women's elite for Benham Kvale
The third race of the World Mountain Bike Orienteering Championship rewrote the historical record for the Czech MTBO team. The Czechs completely dominated the middle distance, when juniors Adam Černík and Sofie Stránská underlined Kryštof Bogar second defense of this year's championship title with a victory. In the elite categories, Vojtěch Ludvík and Martina Tichovská also won bronze medals for the Czech Republic. Britain's Emily Benham Kvale became the world champion in the women's category.Read more.
The World Mountain Bike Orienteering Championship continued in Mostek, Trutnov. On the long track, Czech athlete Vojtěch Ludvík won ahead of Switzerland's Hellmueller, another Czech, Vojtěch Stránský, won the bronze. The women's medals travel from the Czech Republic to the north, the new world champion is Nikoline Splittorff (DNK), accompanied to the podium by Emily Benham Kvale (GBR) and Gabriele Andrasiuniene (LTU).Read more.
The World Mountain Bike Orienteering Championship (WMTBOC) returned to the Czech Republic after eight years, and the opening sprint race in Jičín brought interesting courses and excellent results to the Czech team.