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Athlete profile: Hanny Allston
Athlete background info last updated 2015-07-29 20:21:25
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. In 2009 at the World Games (Taiwan) she won one gold and one silver. Hanny has a great stamina for running, and her best time for marathon is 2hrs 40 minutes.
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CountryAustralia
WoO RankingOverall: 18, Sprint: 11, Middle: 27, Long: 16
World Ranking Middle/Long 41 / Sprint 29 (as of 12/8/2015)
ClubSävedalens AIK (SWE), Wellington Ranges Orienteering Club (AUS)
Born placeHobart, Tasmania
Born date1986-02-12
LivesHobart (AUS)
Webpagehttp://www.findyourfeet.com.au


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 41 / Sprint 29 (as of 12/8/2015)
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 (84 times) .