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Athlete profile: Magne Dæhli
Athlete background info last updated 2017-06-28 03:10:02
Always among the very best in the last part of long, tough races - long distance is his best discipline. At the European Championships long distance 2016 this ability secured Dæhli the silver medal. At the start of the 2017 season his endurance gave him the first World Cup victory at a long distance chasing start in Lintukiima, Finland. Part of the Norwegian team which won the WOC relay in Sweden in 2016, running the second leg and giving Olav Lundanes a clear lead before the last leg.
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CountryNorway
WoO RankingOverall: 8, Sprint: 90, Middle: 10, Long: 4
World Ranking Middle/Long 4 / Sprint 300 (as of 26/9/2017)
ClubHalden SK (NOR)
Born placeLøten (NOR)
Born date1987-04-24
LivesHalden (NOR)

World Orienteering Championships (WOC)
2 gold medals

2017, Relay, Tartu, Estonia
2016, Relay, Stromstad, Sweden

2 silver medals

2015, Relay, Inverness, Scotland
2012, Relay, Lausanne, Switzerland

Best for each discipline:

Long: 4. place 2017, Tartu, Estonia
Middle: 4. place 2015, Inverness, Scotland
Sprint: Q20. place 2012, Lausanne, Switzerland
Relay: Gold last time 2017, Tartu, Estonia

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Overall World Cup (WC Overall)
Best result 5. place:

WC Overall 2015

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European Orienteering Championships (EOC)
2 silver medals

2016, Relay, Jesenik, Czech Republic
2016, Long, Jesenik, Czech Republic

Best for each discipline:

Long: Silver 2016, Jesenik, Czech Republic
Middle: 12. place 2012, Falun, Sweden
Sprint: 9. place 2012, Falun, Sweden
Relay: Silver 2016, Jesenik, Czech Republic

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World Cup (WC)
1. place: Once

2017, WC no. 3, Lintukiima, FIN, Long

2. place: Once

2016, WC no. 4, Jesenic, CZE, Long, EOC

3. place: Once

2014, WC no. 8, Kongsberg, NOR, Long

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

2005, Relay, Tenero, Switzerland

2. place: 2 times

2007, Relay, Dubbo, Australia
2007, Long, Dubbo, Australia

Best for each discipline:

Long: 2. place 2007, Dubbo, Australia
Middle: 4. place 2007, Dubbo, Australia
Sprint: 29. place 2007, Dubbo, Australia
Relay: 1. place 2005, Tenero, Switzerland

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Other international results

Relays:
2012: Jukola 2012, 3. place (6. leg, Out: 6. place, In: 6. place, Halden SK)
2011: Jukola 2011, 28. place (2. leg, Out: 12. place, In: 9. place, Halden SK 2)
2010: Jukola 2010, 12. place (4. leg, Out: 14. place, In: 12. place, Halden SK 2)
2008: Jukola 2008, 112. place (1. leg, 62. place, Löten OL)

IOF World Ranking:
World Ranking position: Middle/Long 4 / Sprint 300 (as of 26/9/2017)
See also all IOF WRE results for Magne Dæhli including updated WR position

Magne Dæhli is found under the following names:
Magne Dahli (1 times) Magne Dähli (4 times) Magne Dæhli (12 times) Magne Daehli (164 times) .