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Athlete profile: Alison Campbell
Athlete background info last updated 2015-07-29 20:01:55
Alison was introduced to orienteering at a young age and has always enjoyed the challenges the sport brings. She was born in Philadelphia and started orienteering with Delawear Valley Orienteering Club (DVOA). Alison has represented the USA at three JWOCs 2009-2011, and Three WUOCs 2010/2012/2014. Her first WOC was in 2013 in Finland where she raced the Sprint. For the last few years Alison has been working towards a Masters in Chemical Engineering at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, where she is also a sports scholar. This has given Alison the jump in her training she needed to compete at the elite senior level and WOC 2015 has been a major goal of hers.
CountryUnited States
WoO RankingOverall: 217, Middle: 129
World Ranking Middle/Long 398 / Sprint 208 (as of 29/8/2016)
Born placePhiladelphia(USA)
Born date1991-12-24
LivesEdinburgh (GBR)

World Orienteering Championships (WOC)
Best result 20. place:

2015, Relay, Inverness, Scotland

Best for each discipline:

Middle: 59. place 2015, Inverness, Scotland
Sprint: Q17. place 2013, Vuokatti, Finland
Relay: 20. place 2015, Inverness, Scotland

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World Cup (WC)
Best result 59. place:

2015, WC no. 8, Inverness, GBR, Middle

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Junior World Orienteering Championships (JWOC)
Best result 19. place:

2010, Relay, Ålborg, Denmark

Best for each discipline:

Long: 57. place 2009, San Martino, Italy
Middle: 39. place 2011, Rumia - Wejherowo, Poland
Sprint: 86. place 2011, Rumia - Wejherowo, Poland
Relay: 19. place 2010, Ålborg, Denmark

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Other international results

IOF World Ranking:
World Ranking position: Middle/Long 398 / Sprint 208 (as of 29/8/2016)
See also all IOF WRE results for Alison Campbell including updated WR position

Alison Campbell is found under the following names:
Alison Campbell (15 times) .