Swedish domination in juniors’ relays

Posted on | February 26, 2012 | Category: News

In the Junior World Ski Orienteering Championships relays in Sumy, Ukraine, Sweden took the gold medals in both women’s and men’s classes. In the women’s race, Norway and Finland were the silver and bronze medallists respectively, whilst in the men’s it was Finland with silver and Russia with bronze. The winning team in the men’s class was notably Sweden’s second team. Their first team finished third, just before Russia, but was not counted in the official results. 

Leading results

Women 20
1) Sweden (Frida Sandberg, Linda Lindkvist, Tove Alexandersson)
2) Norway (Marta Ulvensoen, Maren Jansson Haverstad, Anna Ulvensoen)
3) Finland (Salla Koskela, Marjut Turunen, Anna Närhi)

Men 20
1) Sweden (Markus Lundholm, Joar Svartholm, Jonas Larsson)
2) Finland (Tommi Reponen, Misa Tuomala, Tuomas Kotro)
3) Russia (Dmitrii Shalakhin, Viacheslav Pylaev, Aleksey Popov)

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