Organizers hope to offer high-level competition and introduce Estonia


ISF WSC orienteering 2019 project manager Mattias Metsaru and Topauto executive director Janel Sell

In less than a month more than 800 young school orienteerers from 23 different countries will compete in here Estonia in three different styles: long distance, middle distance and friendship team advent.


50 young orienteerers from Estonia will host and compete with different countries best orienteerers.


The main organizer of the competition is Estonian School Sports Federation together with biggest orienteering clubs in Southern-Estonia.


Estonian School Sports Federation the director Lauri Luik said it’s a big honour to organize this kind of event, but on the other hand, it’s a great opportunity to introduce Estonia and give our young athletes the opportunity to compete with athletes from all over the world here in home turf.

“Estonian School Sports Federation is an important partner in ISF and its a great pleasure to already organize the competition 5th time. We have our experienced team, hundreds of great volunteers and lots of great sponsors and partners to thank without whom it won't be possible to organize this kind of event.” Lauri Luik thanks all sponsors and partners.



















Estonian School Sports Federation the director Lauri Luik


Project manager Mattias Metsaru hopes, that all the young athletes will have special memories and lots of new friends all over the world after the competition. “I’m excited and hope, that young athletes can to sports high level, especially in orienteering. The Tehvandi Sports Center will be the perfect venue for this o-week.”


Today our partner Topauto gave to our project manager Mattias Metsaru one of four Suzuki Vitaras to use during the ISF WSC Orienteering 2019.


Photos: Pille Riin Pettai