She was a little more than six minutes faster than runner-up, Alena Trapenznikova from Russia.
" It feels great. A very nice contest and nice conditions, " says Alexandersson.
in the long track which took almost an hour and fifty minutes to go. But she knew not himself during the competition.
– You are alone out in the woods, so I didn't know how I was until the last control, " she says.
continue the championship with the sprint.
" It's a bit tough to start with långdistansen. I feel a little worn out, but I hope that I shall be refreshed in the morning, " says Alexandersson.
It was his ninth world CHAMPIONSHIP gold in ski orienteering.