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Athlete profile: Audun Weltzien
Athlete background info last updated August 2010
Multitalent from a strong sportsfamily. His father Eystein won bronze both individual and relay in WOC 1974 in Silkeborg, and won the relay in 1978. His mother Wenche Hultgreen was also on the national team. Won the first edition of the Nordic Orienteering Tour overall in 2010. Strongest in Nordic terrain, but has also improved in continental terrain. Audun combined orienteering with cross-country skiing, orienteering having the highest priority. He placed in the top 40 (from almost 200) in Nor.champs skiing 2006. A true lover of a real long distance, and won his first WC-race on the long mass-start in O-ringen 2007. His sister Ingunn has been in the national team as well.
CountryNorway
World Ranking Middle/Long 1379 (as of 26/9/2017)
ClubIFK Göteborg (SWE), IL Tyrving (NOR)
Born date1983-09-03
LivesGöteborg (SWE)
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World Orienteering Championships (WOC)
1 silver medal

2010, Relay, Trondheim, Norway

Best for each discipline:

Long: 19. place 2008, Olomouc, Czech Republic
Middle: 11. place 2010, Trondheim, Norway
Sprint: 9. place 2010, Trondheim, Norway
Relay: Silver 2010, Trondheim, Norway

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Overall World Cup (WC Overall)
Best result 7. place:

WC Overall 2010

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European Orienteering Championships (EOC)
Best result 8. place:

2008, Long, Ventspils, Latvia

Best for each discipline:

Long: 8. place 2008, Ventspils, Latvia
Middle: 18. place 2012, Falun, Sweden
Sprint: 40. place 2006, Otepää, Estonia

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Open Nordic Orienteering Championships (NOC)
Best result 4. place:

2007, Sprint, Bornholm, Denmark

Best for each discipline:

Long: 19. place last time 2009, Salo, Finland
Middle: 41. place 2007, Bornholm, Denmark
Sprint: 4. place 2007, Bornholm, Denmark
Relay: 13. place last time 2009, Salo, Finland

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World Cup (WC)
1. place: 2 times

2010, WC no. 6, NORT, NOR, Middle
2007, WC no. 3, Mjölby - O-Ringen, SWE, Long

2. place: Once

2010, WC no. 4, NORT, FIN, Middle

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

2003, Relay, Põlva, Estonia

Best for each discipline:

Long: 23. place 2003, Põlva, Estonia
Middle: 27. place 2003, Põlva, Estonia
Relay: 2. place 2003, Põlva, Estonia

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Other international results

Individual results:
2005: Springcup, 67. place
Relays:
2012: Jukola 2012, 9. place (7. leg, Out: 10. place, In: 9. place, IFK Göteborg)
2010: Jukola 2010, 6. place (7. leg, Out: 11. place, In: 6. place, IL Tyrving)
2009: Jukola 2009, 16. place (7. leg, Out: 17. place, In: 16. place, IL Tyrving)
2008: Jukola 2008, 43. place (7. leg, Out: 58. place, In: 43. place, IL Tyrving)
2007: Jukola 2007, 80. place (7. leg, Out: 117. place, In: 80. place, IL Tyrving)
2005: Jukola 2005, 46. place (7. leg, Out: 58. place, In: 46. place, IL Tyrving)
2004: Jukola 2004, 65. place (7. leg, Out: 69. place, In: 65. place, IL Tyrving)
2003: Jukola 2003, 52. place (7. leg, Out: 52. place, In: 52. place, IL Tyrving)
2002: Jukola 2002, 89. place (6. leg, Out: 76. place, In: 70. place, IL Tyrving)

IOF World Ranking:
World Ranking position: Middle/Long 1379 (as of 26/9/2017)
See also all IOF WRE results for Audun Weltzien including updated WR position

Audun Weltzien is found under the following names:
Audun Hultgren Weltzien (1 times) Audun Hultgreen Weltzien (7 times) Audun Weltzien (121 times) .