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Athlete profile: Ida Bobach
Athlete background info last updated 2015-07-31 14:25:01
Surprised many with her silver medal at WOC middle in France in 2011 - but has since been part of the world elite and won her first World Cup victory in 2014 (middle, Switzerland) and followed up in the spring of 2015 with a long distance World Cup victory in Halden, Norway. Took another WOC middle silver medal in Italy in 2014, again in very technical terrain. Bobach can very well become a World Champion in any WOC race she starts in.
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CountryDenmark
WoO RankingOverall: 19, Sprint: 76, Middle: 17, Long: 8
World Ranking Middle/Long 34 / Sprint 173 (as of 24/7/2017)
ClubOK Pan Århus (DEN)
Born placeSilkeborg (DEN)
Born date1991-07-30
LivesAarhus (DEN)
Webpagehttp://www.bobach.eu/
Twitter@IdaBobach

World Orienteering Championships (WOC)
2 gold medals

2015, Relay, Inverness, Scotland
2015, Long, Inverness, Scotland

4 silver medals

2016, Relay, Stromstad, Sweden
2014, Relay, Veneto/Trentino, Italy
2014, Middle, Veneto/Trentino, Italy
2011, Middle, Savoie, France

Best for each discipline:

Long: Gold 2015, Inverness, Scotland
Middle: Silver last time 2014, Veneto/Trentino, Italy
Sprint: 21. place 2011, Savoie, France
Relay: Gold 2015, Inverness, Scotland

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Overall World Cup (WC Overall)
Best result 4. place:

WC Overall 2016
WC Overall 2015
WC Overall 2013

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European Orienteering Championships (EOC)
Best result 4. place:

2014, Relay, Palmela, Portugal
2012, Relay, Falun, Sweden

Best for each discipline:

Long: 12. place 2012, Falun, Sweden
Middle: 8. place last time 2016, Jesenik, Czech Republic
Relay: 4. place last time 2014, Palmela, Portugal

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World Cup (WC)
1. place: 3 times

2015, WC no. 9, Inverness, GBR, Long, WOC
2015, WC no. 4, Halden, NOR, Long
2014, WC no. 13, Switzerland, Middle

2. place: 4 times

2014, WC no. 12, Asiago, ITA, Middle, WOC
2014, WC no. 8, Kongsberg, NOR, Long
2013, WC no. 1, New Zealand, NZL, Middle
2011, WC no. 6, Savoie, France, Middle, WOC

3. place: 2 times

2013, WC no. 4, NORT, NOR, Sprint
2010, WC no. 12, Postfinancesprint, SUI, Sprint

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Junior World Orienteering Championships (JWOC)
1. place: 7 times

2011, Sprint, Rumia - Wejherowo, Poland
2011, Middle, Rumia - Wejherowo, Poland
2011, Long, Rumia - Wejherowo, Poland
2010, Sprint, Ålborg, Denmark
2010, Relay, Ålborg, Denmark
2010, Long, Ålborg, Denmark
2009, Long, San Martino, Italy

2. place: 2 times

2009, Sprint, San Martino, Italy
2008, Relay, Göteborg, Sweden

3. place: 3 times

2011, Relay, Rumia - Wejherowo, Poland
2009, Relay, San Martino, Italy
2009, Middle, San Martino, Italy

Best for each discipline:

Long: 1. place last time 2011, Rumia - Wejherowo, Poland
Middle: 1. place 2011, Rumia - Wejherowo, Poland
Sprint: 1. place last time 2011, Rumia - Wejherowo, Poland
Relay: 1. place 2010, Ålborg, Denmark

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NOCjr (NOCjr)
3. place: Once

2009, Sprint, Salo, Finland

Best for each discipline:

Long: 5. place 2009, Salo, Finland
Middle: 10. place 2009, Salo, Finland
Sprint: 3. place 2009, Salo, Finland

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EYOC (EYOC)
Note that some EYOC results may be missing.

1. place: Once

2008, Long, Solothurn, Switzerland

Best for each discipline:

Long: 1. place 2008, Solothurn, Switzerland
Sprint: 14. place 2008, Solothurn, Switzerland

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Other international results

Relays:
2012: Venla 2012, 3. place (3. leg, Out: 7. place, In: 2. place, OK Pan Århus)
2011: Venla 2011, 37. place (4. leg, Out: 57. place, In: 37. place, Ulricehamns OK)
2010: Venla 2010, 2. place (3. leg, Out: 13. place, In: 4. place, Ulricehamns OK)
2009: Venla 2009, 1. place (1. leg, 15. place, Ulricehamns OK)

IOF World Ranking:
World Ranking position: Middle/Long 34 / Sprint 173 (as of 24/7/2017)
See also all IOF WRE results for Ida Bobach including updated WR position

Ida Bobach is found under the following names:
Ida Bobach (125 times) .

Queen of JWOC 2009, JWOC 2010 and JWOC 2011