1985 World Orienteering Championships

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1985 World Orienteering Championships
Host city Bendigo
CountryAustralia
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The 1985 World Orienteering Championships, the 11th World Orienteering Championships, were held in Bendigo, Australia, 46 September 1985. [1]

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The championships had four events; individual contests for men and women, and relays for men and women.

Medalists

EventGoldSilverBronze
Men's individual [1] Flag of Finland.svg  Kari Sallinen  (FIN)1.28.08Flag of Norway.svg  Tore Sagvolden  (NOR)1.30.01Flag of Norway.svg  Egil Iversen  (NOR)1.30.42
Women's individual [1] Flag of Sweden.svg  Annichen Kringstad-Svensson  (SWE)54.14Flag of Norway.svg  Brit Volden  (NOR)55.07Flag of Sweden.svg  Christina Blomqvist  (SWE)57.11
Men's relay [1] 3.52.443.54.214.03.33
Women's relay [1] 3.01.213.01.313.21.31

Results

Men's individual

WOC 1985 – Individual – Men (15.2 km) [1]
RankCompetitorNationTime
1 Kari Sallinen Flag of Finland.svg Finland1:28:02
2 Tore Sagvolden Flag of Norway.svg Norway
3 Egil Iversen Flag of Norway.svg Norway
4 Jörgen Mårtensson Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden
5 Pekka Nikulainen Flag of Finland.svg Finland
6 Urs Flühmann Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland
7 Øyvin Thon Flag of Norway.svg Norway
8 Kjell Lauri Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden
9 Morten Berglia Flag of Norway.svg Norway
10 Ted De St. Croix Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Canada

Women's individual

WOC 1985 – Individual – Women (8.4 km) [1]
RankCompetitorNationTime
1 Annichen Kringstad Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden54:14
2 Brit Volden Flag of Norway.svg Norway
3 Christina Blomqvist Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden
4 Kerstin Månsson Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden
5 Karin Rabe Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden
6 Ada Kuchařová Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czechoslovakia
7 Charlotte Thrane Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark
8 Helle Johansen Flag of Norway.svg Norway
9 Heidrun Finke Flag of Germany.svg Germany
10 Ellen Sofie Olsvik Flag of Norway.svg Norway
11 Annariitta Kottonen Flag of Finland.svg Finland
12 Riitta Karjalainen Flag of Finland.svg Finland
13 Yvette Hague Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Great Britain
14 Ragnhild Bratberg Flag of Norway.svg Norway
15 Frauke Sonderegger Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland
16 Eva Bártová Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czechoslovakia

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References

  1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 "World Orienteering Championships 1985". International Orienteering Federation. Archived from the original on 6 July 2020. Retrieved 16 July 2017.