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Athlete profile: Andreu Blanes Reig
Athlete background info last updated 2013-07-06 21:14:58
Born in 1991, is part of the best spanish junior generation, having very good results in JWOC 2011. Now is trying to get a spot in the elit class and he is looking for better training conditions living in Södertälje (Sweden) for three months.
WoO RankingOverall: 42, Sprint: 17, Middle: 49
World Ranking Middle/Long 97 / Sprint 14 (as of 29/8/2016)
ClubCE Colivenc (ESP), Sodertalje Nykvarn (SWE)
Born placeOnil (ESP)
Born date1991-10-14
LivesOnil (ESP) - Madrid (ESP) - Södertälje (SWE)

World Orienteering Championships (WOC)

Overall World Cup (WC Overall)
Best result 87. place:

WC Overall 2013

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European Orienteering Championships (EOC)
Best result 12. place:

2014, Relay, Palmela, Portugal

Best for each discipline:

Middle: 73. place 2014, Palmela, Portugal
Sprint: 31. place 2016, Jesenik, Czech Republic
Relay: 12. place 2014, Palmela, Portugal

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Junior World Orienteering Championships (JWOC)
2. place: Once

2011, Sprint, Rumia - Wejherowo, Poland

Best for each discipline:

Long: 13. place 2011, Rumia - Wejherowo, Poland
Middle: 12. place 2010, Ålborg, Denmark
Sprint: 2. place 2011, Rumia - Wejherowo, Poland
Relay: 15. place 2010, Ålborg, Denmark

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Note that some EYOC results may be missing.

Best result 13. place:

2008, Sprint, Solothurn, Switzerland

Best for each discipline:

Long: 39. place 2009, Kopaonik, Serbia
Sprint: 13. place 2008, Solothurn, Switzerland

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Other international results

IOF World Ranking:
World Ranking position: Middle/Long 97 / Sprint 14 (as of 29/8/2016)
See also all IOF WRE results for Andreu Blanes Reig including updated WR position

Andreu Blanes Reig is found under the following names:
Andreu Blanes Reig (3 times) Andreu Blanes Reig (32 times) Andreu Blanes (62 times) .