Adam Chromý

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Adam Chromý
Adam Chromy Middle Q WOC2010.jpg
Personal information
Born June 24, 1988 (1988-06-24) (age 26)
Brno

Adam Chromý (born June 24, 1988)[1] is a Czech orienteering competitor, and junior world champion.

He became Junior World Champion with the Czech team in relay in Dubbo in 2007, together with Štěpán Kodeda and Jan Beneš.[2][3] He received a silver medal in 2005.

He has gained two bronze medals at World University Orienteering Championships in 2012 (Spain).[4][5]

He is a member of Czech Orienteering Team, he has started at World Orienteering Championships in 2010 (Norway) and 2011 (France). He has represented at European Orienteering Championships in 2010 (Bulgaria) and 2012 (Sweden).[6]

Nowadays he is a member of Finnish orienteering club Kalevan Rasti. As a member of this team, he has won Tiomila in 2010, 2011 and 2014.[6]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ JWOC2005 - Profile: Adam Chromy (Retrieved on July 8, 2008)
  2. ^ Junior World Orienteering ChampionshipsInternational Orienteering Federation (Retrieved on July 8, 2008)
  3. ^ "Profile: Adam Chromy" – World of O Runners (Retrieved on July 8, 2008)
  4. ^ WUOC 2012 - Results Middle (Retrieved on Aug 9, 2014)
  5. ^ WUOC Long: Map and Results (Retrieved on Aug 9, 2014)
  6. ^ a b Adam Chromy - Personal Pages (Retrieved on Aug 9, 2014)