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World University Orienteering Championships closed
On July 23, local time in Sweden, the World College Orienteering Championships launched the final competition-the relay race. The relay race of the day was still held in Gustafs. Because the map scale was enlarged from 1:15000 to 1:10000, the map size was 320mm×310mm, and most of the terrain was pine forests. In some areas, trees were felled and some areas were bushes. And the small tree, there is no area that affects the speed too much. Therefore, although the women's straight-line distance is 5700 meters, there are 15 points, but the expected winning time is only about 3*35 minutes; while the men's full straight-line distance is 8,300 meters, and there are 20 points, but the expected winning time is only about 3*45 minutes. . But the women’s team’s first stick, Mo Qiaohong, took 57 minutes and 05 seconds, and finally took 3 hours, 11 minutes and 04 seconds, ranking second from the bottom, about 1 hour and 20 minutes slower than the champion team (the Swiss team of the champion team throughout the course) It took 1 hour, 49 minutes and 04 seconds). The first and second men’s teams tied for the last place (the first team took 3 hours, 41 minutes and 29 seconds, the second team took 3 hours, 21 minutes, 24 seconds, and the championship team Sweden took 2 hours and 2 minutes. The score of 1 second is very different).
After the match, Wang Gang, the full-time vice chairman of the Chinese University Sports Association, said that in the previous individual competitions, the Chinese team had a large gap with the European strong teams, but its performance was acceptable; and today’s performance in the relay race that reflects the team spirit However, people are not so satisfied. "This is a question worthy of reflection for each of us. In the previous relay race, although the overall strength of the Chinese team is still a certain gap compared with the strong teams such as Sweden and Switzerland, the total There are also one or two impressive results. But today, everyone did not perform to their at least normal level. Is it because of too much pressure? There is still a kind of "there are people behind to make up for me" Psychology, I don’t know. But if it’s because of the latter situation that I said and ran out of such embarrassing results, then we need to strengthen psychological education for our team members, and there must be no "people behind can recover time." Instead, you must have a sense of responsibility and mission, and always remind yourself that “I am fighting for a group now. I save one minute, and the people behind will be more calm, and the whole team will be completed in one minute faster The competition’.” In addition, the unbalanced strength of the team members caused excessive psychological pressure on everyone when participating in the competition. This is also an important reason why we encountered Waterloo in today’s game. “In addition to training the absolute core, it is also necessary for us to improve the overall strength of the team. A training direction that must be vigorously adhered to." Coach Tang Wanhui said.
So far, the 17th World University Student Orienteering Championship has concluded.