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Athlete profile: Jamie Stevenson
Athlete background info last updated August 2009
Moved to Sweden in 1999 to improve his orienteering. Stayed in Borlänge, Hedemora and Gothenburg as a teacher. Became one of the world stars by winning the WOC-gold in sprint in Switzerland 2003. Surprised many with his bronze on the middle distance in 2006. Living and working in Denmark. 12th at the WOC sprint 2008, then anchoring the relay team of Great Britain to a sensational gold medal. Retired from international orienteering ahead of 2009 season. Nominated for Orienteering Achievement of the year 2008 after oming out of the forest as the winner in one of the most special thrillers the orienteering world has seen: The 2008 WOC Relay.
CountryGreat Britain
World Ranking Middle/Long 1393 / Sprint 1026 (as of 29/8/2016)
ClubPan-Kristianstad (SWE) / South Yorkshire (GBR)
Born date1975-03-25

World Orienteering Championships (WOC)
2 gold medals

2008, Relay, Olomouc, Czech Republic
2003, Sprint, Rapperswil/Jona, Switzerland

2 bronze medals

2006, Middle, Aarhus, Denmark
2003, Relay, Rapperswil/Jona, Switzerland

Best for each discipline:

Long: 8. place 2004, Västerås, Sweden
Middle: Bronze 2006, Aarhus, Denmark
Sprint: Gold 2003, Rapperswil/Jona, Switzerland
Relay: Gold 2008, Olomouc, Czech Republic

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

WC Overall 2004

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European Orienteering Championships (EOC)
1 silver medal

2006, Sprint, Otepää, Estonia

1 bronze medal

2002, Middle, Sümeg, Hungary

Best for each discipline:

Long: 8. place 2004, Roskilde, Denmark
Middle: Bronze 2002, Sümeg, Hungary
Sprint: Silver 2006, Otepää, Estonia
Relay: 7. place 2008, Ventspils, Latvia

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Open Nordic Orienteering Championships (NOC)
1 silver medal

2003, Sprint, Flen, Sweden

Best for each discipline:

Long: 17. place 2007, Bornholm, Denmark
Middle: 23. place 2001, Mikkeli, Finland
Sprint: Silver 2003, Flen, Sweden
Relay: 6. place 2007, Bornholm, Denmark

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World Cup (WC)
1. place: Once

2000, WC no. 3, Canberra, AUS, Short

2. place: Once

2006, WC no. 1, Otepää, EST, Sprint, EOC

3. place: 3 times

2006, WC no. 7, Århus, DEN, Middle, WOC
2002, WC no. 11, Sümeg, HUN, Middle, EOC
2000, WC no. 10, Marina Grande, POR, Short

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Junior World Orienteering Championships (JWOC)
Best result 4. place:

1995, Relay, Horsens, Denmark

Best for each discipline:

Long: 20. place 1995, Horsens, Denmark
Middle: 129. place 1995, Horsens, Denmark
Relay: 4. place 1995, Horsens, Denmark

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Other international results

Individual results:
2007: Springcup, 6. place
2006: Springcup, 3. place
2002: Springcup, 1. place
2001: Worldgames, 3. place
2000: Springcup, 39. place
Relays:
2007: Jukola 2007, 62. place (7. leg, Out: 64. place, In: 62. place, Farum-Tisvilde OK)
2006: Jukola 2006, 35. place (7. leg, Out: 46. place, In: 35. place, Farum-Tisvilde OK)
2005: Jukola 2005, 8. place (7. leg, Out: 14. place, In: 8. place, Farum-Tisvilde OK)
2003: Jukola 2003, 7. place (6. leg, Out: 8. place, In: 8. place, IFK Göteborg)
2001: Jukola 2001, 28. place (7. leg, Out: 35. place, In: 28. place, IFK Hedemora OK)
2000: Jukola 2000, 8. place (7. leg, Out: 11. place, In: 8. place, IFK Hedemora)
1999: Jukola 1999, 10. place (5. leg, Out: 14. place, In: 15. place, Farum-Tisvilde OK)
1997: Jukola 1997, 73. place (5. leg, Out: 6. place, In: 18. place, Indre Östfold OK)
1996: Jukola 1996, 44. place (6. leg, Out: 79. place, In: 50. place, Indre Östfold OK)

IOF World Ranking:
World Ranking position: Middle/Long 1393 / Sprint 1026 (as of 29/8/2016)
See also all IOF WRE results for Jamie Stevenson including updated WR position

Jamie Stevenson is found under the following names:
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