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Athlete profile: Hanny Allston
Last updated August 2010
Became the first Australian to take a gold medal in foot-orienteering by winning the JWOC-longdistance in Lithuania 2006. Just some weeks later she stunned the world of orienteering by beating Simone Niggli and catching the gold at senior WOC in Denmark. Hanny has a great stamina for running, and her best time for marathon is 2hrs 40 minutes. In her youth years swimming was her main sport, but a shoulder injury made Hanny focus on orienteering.
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CountryAustralia
WoO RankingOverall: 75, Middle: 65, Long: 43
World Ranking Middle/Long 65 / Sprint 268 (as of 7/4/2014)
ClubSävedalens AIK (SWE) / Australopers (AUS)
Born date1986-02-12
LivesHobart, Tasmania

World Orienteering Championships (WOC)
1 gold medal

2006, Sprint, Aarhus, Denmark

Best for each discipline:

Long: 6. place last time 2007, Kiev, Ukraine
Middle: 13. place 2007, Kiev, Ukraine
Sprint: Gold 2006, Aarhus, Denmark
Relay: 4. place 2006, Aarhus, Denmark

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Overall World Cup (WC Overall)
Best result 35. place:

WC Overall 2006

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

2006, Long, Druskininkai, Lithuania

2. place: Once

2006, Sprint, Druskininkai, Lithuania

3. place: Once

2005, Middle, Tenero, Switzerland

Best for each discipline:

Long: 1. place 2006, Druskininkai, Lithuania
Middle: 3. place 2005, Tenero, Switzerland
Sprint: 2. place 2006, Druskininkai, Lithuania
Relay: 7. place 2005, Tenero, Switzerland

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Other international results

IOF World Ranking:
World Ranking position: Middle/Long 65 / Sprint 268 (as of 7/4/2014)
See also all IOF WRE results for Hanny Allston including updated WR position

Hanny Allston is found under the following names:
Johanna Allston (3 times) Hanny Allston (65 times) .