P.S. I understand the source of this error: probably during working with OCAD-course some person manually shifted numbers (to increase space between digits and improve readability), but he (she?) shifted it in a wrong way. But when you are really tired at the end of tough and important race, it is not easy to understand whats going on and what is correct way of doing.
P.P.S. Helena Jansson told me that she lost time there as well: "I came to #23 and start to think that I nave not visited 22! Whats going on?.."
Some runners have a strong routine of checking controls order (e.g., to avoid over-jumping you should count controls carefully; also it is important for running with advanced systems of forking at mass or chasing starts, etc.). Such runners were most influenced of such mess because of confusing.
P.P.P.S. After the race organizers response for these claims: "Yea-yea... We know about this problem with your map". No one said: "Sorry!"