2003 World Orienteering Championships

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2003 World Orienteering Championships
Host city Rapperswil and Jona
CountrySwitzerland
Events8

The 2003 World Orienteering Championships, the 20th World Orienteering Championships, were held in Rapperswil and Jona, Switzerland, 3 9 August 2003. [1]

Contents

The championships had eight events; sprint for men and women, middle distance for men and women, long distance (formerly called individual or classic distance) for men and women, and relays for men and women.

Medalists

EventGoldSilverBronze
Men's sprint [1] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Jamie Stevenson  (GBR)12:43.7Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Rudolf Ropek  (CZE)Flag of France.svg  Thierry Gueorgiou  (FRA)
Women's sprint [1] Flag of Switzerland.svg  Simone Luder  (SUI)13:21.3Flag of Switzerland.svg  Marie-Luce Romanens  (SUI)Flag of Sweden.svg  Jenny Johansson  (SWE)
Men's middle distance [1] Flag of France.svg  Thierry Gueorgiou  (FRA)30:08Flag of Norway.svg  Bjørnar Valstad  (NOR)Flag of Norway.svg  Øystein Kristiansen  (NOR)
Women's middle distance [1] Flag of Switzerland.svg  Simone Luder  (SUI)32:40Flag of Norway.svg  Hanne Staff  (NOR)Flag of Finland.svg  Heli Jukkola  (FIN)
Men's long distance [1] Flag of Switzerland.svg  Thomas Bührer  (SUI)1:48:20Flag of Ukraine.svg  Yuri Omeltchenko  (UKR)Flag of Sweden.svg  Emil Wingstedt  (SWE)
Women's long distance [1] Flag of Switzerland.svg  Simone Luder  (SUI)1:26:14Flag of Sweden.svg  Karolina Arewång-Höjsgaard  (SWE)Flag of Switzerland.svg  Brigitte Wolf  (SUI)
Men's relay [1] 1:58:42
Women's relay [1] 1:57:41

Results

Women's long distance

WOC 2003 – Long – Women [1]
RankCompetitorNationTime
Gold medal icon.svg Simone Luder Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland1:26:14
Silver medal icon.svg Karolina Arewång Höjsgaard Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden1:29:19
Bronze medal icon.svg Brigitte Wolf Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland1:32:52
4 Emma Engstrand Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden1:33:59
5 Sara Gemperle Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland1:34:28
6 Barbara Bączek Flag of Poland.svg Poland1:34:31
7 Hanne Staff Flag of Norway.svg Norway1:34:57
8 Marianne Andersen Flag of Norway.svg Norway1:36:17
9 Karin Schmalfeld Flag of Germany.svg Germany1:36:28
10 Martina Rakayova Flag of Slovakia.svg Slovakia1:36:29
11 Dana Brožková Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic1:36:50
12 Yulia Novikova Flag of Russia.svg Russia1:36:52
13 Terhi Holster Flag of Finland.svg Finland1:37:28
14 Heather Monro Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Great Britain1:38:36
15 Zsuzsa Fey Flag of Romania.svg Romania1:40:00
16 Marta Štěrbová Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic1:40:21

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References

  1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 "World Orienteering Championships 2003". International Orienteering Federation . Retrieved 9 September 2017.