||Clubs in organization
||The association Kaukametsäläiset has founded as the organization of the Jukola relay. The relay in the spirit of writer Aleksis Kivi and his book “the seven brothers”..
||Helsinki North-East. From Ruskeasanta via Korso and Sipoon to Tapanila.
||Kaukametsäläiset, Helsingin Toverit, Helsingin Suunnistajat, Mellunkylän Kontio, Helsingin Kisa-Toverit, Korson Kunto, Savion Sampo, Suomenlinnan Urheilijat, Suunta Veikot, Tapanilan Erä, IK Örnen ja Sibbo Vargarna
||Overall, 41 teams (287 orienteers) take part in the first Jukola relay of which 15 cross the finish line.
||Nurmijärvi, Palojoki-Seutula- Keimola-Lahnus-Etelälahti- Lahnus-Keimola-Vantaa, Myllykoski
||Helsingin Toverit, Helsingin Suunnistajat, Suomenlinnan Urheilijat, Tapanilan Erä, Hirvet, IK Örnen, HIFK, Reima 7
||The first runners change in the native house of writer Aleksis Kivi. The winning team brings the greetings of the race of Jukola to the ceremony of the 400th anniversary of the city of Helsinki at the Olympic stage.
||Lahden Suunnistajat -37
||Jukola is organized for the first time like a local race. The first race of Venla is organized with a departure of a mass start, which takes place very early the morning, before the last relay of Jukola.
||The last Jukola relay organized with separate start and finish places.
||The map used is a topographic map in scale 1:40 000. The runners of the last four legs recopy the courses themselves.
||Lahden Suunnistajat -37
||The map (1:30 000) used was drawn according to measurements taken before the war. The relay accounts 22 controls.
||For the first time more than 100 teams take part in the Jukola relay.
||Helsingin Suunnistajat wins the race with an advance of more than two hours. Among the 127 participating teams, only 38 finish the relay. The current logo of Jukola drawn by Totti Noisniemi is published..
||For the first time, the relay race of Jukola is placed under a patron. The first one was the prefect of the area of Kymi, Artturi Ranta.
||The first Norwegian team, Nydalen SK, take part in the race of Jukola. The map used was a basic map in scale 1:30 000.
||Suunta Sepot, Karkun Karku
||A new practice of selecting organizations: organization of Jukola is decided simultaneously for three consecutive years.
||The map used in scale 1:30 000 drawn based on air photography without terrain mapping.
||The map used is a copy of basic map in scale 1:30 000. The controls of the race of night are equipped red lamp.
||The map used is a basic map 1:30 000 with good quality. For the first time, the runners passed front of spectators in progress of the relay: The third control of the first leg.
||The start of relay show confusion, when the first two controls were behind the runners standing on the starting line. A team with sever brothers, Tammela brothers, take part for the first time in the Jukola relay, but are obliged to give up before finish. The map used is a basic map 1:25 000, with the international symbols
||A self made map, the best map ever carried out in Finland in orienteering.
||A Swedish team wins the first time relay (IFK Hedemora). The first time the number of teams is more than 200. The map used is a basic map with supplement mapping by the organizers.
||More than 100 women take part in the race of Venla. The Finnish Federation of Orienteering joined to the arrangement team.
||The map used is a basic map 1:25 000.The first time that the controls are not equipped with any lamps. The working group of Kaukametsäläiset lays down the first rules for organization of Jukola.
||300 teams take part in the race of Jukola. For the first time the map with four colors, 1:25 000, which is however a disappointment.
||The map used is a supplemented basic map 1:25 000 with partly international symbols. Finnish Broadcasting takes part in event with three reports of information on the unfolding of the relay.
||Riihimäen Suunnistajat, Hyvinkään Rasti
||Sets of legs is a subject of polemic after the race.
||Tammela brothers, representing the club “Vihtavuoren pamaus”, finish the relay with the 116th place. The basic committee of Jukola founded, is replaced later by leading team.
||More than 400 teams take part in the relay of Jukola. The race of Venla is organized for the first time Saturday afternoon, and numbers of participating reached 200 women.
||According to the initial plan, the competition was to take place with Loppi, Räyskälä, but the strike of the technicians made that the race took place with Hämeenlinna, Miemala. The map used is an orienteering tailored map in scale 1:20 000 with four colors.
||Anttolan Urheilijat, Juvan Urheilijat, Mikkelin Suunnistajat
||The map was in scale 1:20 000 with five colors. The fallen night, the weather is very cold, clearly below 0 degrees.
||The model “Farsta” is used for the first time. The weather is very cold. It snows and freezes.
||Finnish Broadcasting retransmits all the night a direct program on Jukola. Television has one-hour program. More than 300 competitors take part in the race of Venla. The map used is a map 1:20 000 with six colors.
||Imatran Suunnistajat, Ruokolahden Suunnistajat
||The map used is a map IOF 1:15 000 with six colors. A separate baton was replaced with using map as a baton.
||Eräpirkat, Jämsänkosken Retki-Veikot, Kuoreveden Kärki
||The race of Venla is organized for the first time like a relay race with three legs. More than 500 equip take part in the Jukola relay. The map printed to Tyvek.
||A Norwegian team (Lyn) wins for the first time the Jukola relay. Olympic winner (cross country skiing) Ivan Formo as a Lyn team member
||The map printed to Tyvek. The leading team of Jukola is founded and a contract of tasks for organization is drawn up.
||Rajamäen Kehitys, Rajamäen Rykmentti
||The memorable muddy race of Jukola and Venla is organized. A fourth leg is added to the Venla relay. A foreign team, of Norway, wins for the first time the Venla relay. The map printed to Tyvek.
||More than 700 teams take part in the Jukola relay. From 1982, all the organizers have signed a specific contract organization.
||Kouvolan Rasti -72
||More than 800 team participating.
||Heinolan mlk, Vierumäki
||The courses make to happy participants, but washing water was cold.
||Laitilan-Jukola Laitila, Tulejärvi
||More than 400 Venla teams. Swedish teams occupy the first three places. Orienteers were incorrectly blamed as a pollution of a small lake.
||Kaanaan-Jukola Teisko, Kaanaa
||Epilän Esa, KOO-VEE, Tampereen Poliisi-Urheilijat, Tampereen Pyrintö, Tampereen Yritys
||The local village was with enthusiasm as an organizer. Activity contributes to get digital telephone switch and more electricity to the village.
||Hollolan-Jukola Hollolan lentokenttä
||Asikkalan Raikas, Lahden Suunnistajat -37
||More than 1000 teams take part in the relay Jukola (1052). The relay Jukola and Venla is placed under the high patronage of the Olympic Committee
||Isosyöte-Jukola Pudasjärvi, Iso-Syöte
||Iisu, Pudasjärven Urheilijat
||Jukolas 40th anniversary. The flag of Jukola is adopted. A computer system sponsored by the International Olympic Committee. The dress-herearsal one week before the race.
||Raja-Jukola Joutseno, Myllymäki
||Lappeen Riento, Joutsenon Kullervo
||More than 500 Venla teams take part in the relay. Short final legs were (6th: 8 km and 7th: 8,2 km) as an experiment. As well, the Jukola relay as the Venla relay starts with a chaotic false start.
||Juvan-Jukola Juva, Koikkala
||More than 10000 participants (10055). Sanctions for the false starts are defined and from now on starts are videofilmed.
||Kraateri-Jukola Vimpeli, Lakeaharju
||Alajärven Ankkurit, Kauhavan Visa, Lappajärven Veikot, Vimpelin Hiihtoseura
||Kartan painatuksessa käytettiin ensi kertaa viisiväripainokonetta. Vakava loukkaantuminen lähtöviitoituksella ennen K-pistettä.
||Vehka-Jukola Virolahti, Ravijoki
||A new computer based result system (by Mr. Pekka Pirilä) is set up for this Jukola “of dust”. Last nine participating countries.
||Paimion-Jukola Paimio kk (Vista)
||Sauvon Urheilijat, Paimion Rasti
||Ten participating countries. For the first time, there is a sauna for competitors.
||Pyhä-Luosto-Jukola Pelkosenniemi, Luosto-, Pyhätunturi
||Lapin Veikot, Kemijärven Urheilijat
||The Jukola relay is organized for the first time in its history in the north side of the polar circle. The audience and competitors have for the first time a beer tent. The Jukola relay and fastest Venla of all times: men 5.10/km and women 6.05/km.
||Kerava-Sipoo-Jukola Sipoo kk
||Keravan Urheilijat, Sibbo-Vargarna
||More than 600 Venla teams. All relay runners have a spectator control on their legs.
||Mehtä-Jukola Rautavaara, Harsukangas
||Kuopion Suunnistajat, Nilsiän Nujakka, Siilin Rasti
||Teams of eight countries, participants of 19 countries. Two different scales of maps are used at the time of the Jukola relay. Spike shoes are prohibited for the first time at a competition organized in Finland. First Jukola race website.
||Jyväs-Jukola Jyväskylä, Killerjärvi
||A record number of orienteers takes part as well in the relay Jukola and Venla relay. More than 11000 orienteers. Possibility to follow the race in Internet in real time.. The map used is 1:10 000 in Jukola relay for two legs, and in the Venla relay all four legs.
||Juhla-Jukola Siuntio, Svartbäck
||The 50th anniversary of Jukola. Several representatives from the first race of Jukola are present at the festival, also representatives of the winning team. All the legs use a map 1:10 000. Among women, on 683 registered teams, 667 started and 635 finish the race. At the men, on 1242 registered teams, 1224 started and 1113 finish the race.
||Hiisi-Jukola Eurajoki, Rikantila
||Eurajoen Veikot, Eura-Kauttuan Urheilijat, Kiukaisten Urheilijat
||The center of competition is located in a career. A quantity record of Venla teams: registered (688) of which 678 started.
||Jukola-2000 Liperi, Pärnävaara
||The 50th anniversary of the race of Venla. The control system “Emit” is used for the first time at the time of the relay Jukola and Venla with great success. For the first time for 24 years, Finnish Broadcasting Company has not broadcasting the night of Jukola on live after a 24 years period.
||Nikkari-Jukola Jurva, Pässilä
||German Frauke Schmitt Gran, Finnish Virpi Juutilainen and British OJ Stevenson show the good example by giving first aid to seriously wounded Russian orienteer Anna Fadejeva. It should be noted that a favorite team member of winner, Frauke Schmitt, is the first one arrived to help injured Fadejeva. Several orienteers passed helpers and injured without asking need of help. A Finnish team has as well win for the first time for several years the relay Venla (TP) that the Jukola relay (TuS).
||Asikkala-Jukola Asikkala, Vesivehmaa
||Asikkalan Raikas, Lahden Suunnistajat -37
||The best competition center of Jukola in the history? Winners of both two relays were founded between the last control and finish. The men relay had first five teams in nine seconds. The records are beaten for the two races: women 728 teams started, of which 694 finish the relay, at the men, 1256 teams started of which 1063 finish the relay.
||Jukola 2003 Sulkava
||Juvan Urheilijat, Olavin Rasti, Sulkavan Urheilijat-41
||Jämi-Jukola Jämijärvi, Jämi
||Ikaalisten Nouseva Voima Kankaanpään Suunnistajat
||Sippu-Jukola Anjalankoski, Sippola
||Angelniemen Ankkuri, Salon Viesti, Salon Vilpas
||KooVee Tampereen Pyrintö
||The competition centre was located at Mikkeli hippodrome, close to the city centre. The terrain had earlier served as training grounds for the Finnish Defense Forces. The relatively straightforward character thereof close to the hippodrome in particular caused some discussion prior to the competition, but concerns were near-universally dispelled afterwards. The special feature of Jukola Relay was the four-kilometre-long distance to the first control of the opening leg, which took the participants directly onto good terrain.1106 Venla- and 1444 Jukola teams registered. Near 40.000 people followed Jukola start. Ulricehamns OK win Venlas and the Venla challenge cup forever. Kristiansand OK win Jukola after exciting competition.
||Hyvinkään Rasti, Rajamäen Rykmentti
||The famously difficult Kytäjä wilderness attracted a record number of teams undaunted by the challenges it posed. The tracks by Ari Katainen were voted best in the orienteering Internet poll (WorldofO).The Finnish Yleisradio broadcast both races live on television, where they were watched by a record number of viewers. The Internet-broadcasts were followed in over fifty countries worldwide. New records of participation: 1106 Venla and 1555 Jukola teams, thus 15309 competitors registered, 15077 started. Tampereen Pyrintö win Venlas and Halden SK Jukola.
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||Keravan Urheilijat Pihkaniskat
||Paimion Rasti Turun Suunnistajat