Maren Haugli

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Maren Haugli
Maren Haugli 2009.jpg
World Cup Heerenveen, February 2009
Personal information
Born (1985-03-03) 3 March 1985 (age 29)
Website Official website
Sport
Country  Norway
Sport Speed skating

Maren Haugli (born 3 March 1985) is a Norwegian long track speed skater who participates in international competitions.

She represents the sports club Jevnaker IF and is the granddaughter of Sverre Ingolf Haugli and sister of Sverre Haugli.

Personal records[edit]

Personal records
Women's Speed skating
Distance Time Date Location Notes
500 m 39.94 2006-03-18 Calgary
1,000 m 1:18.99 2007-01-20 Hamar
1,500 m 1:55.99 2006-03-19 Calgary
3,000 m 4:00.34 2006-03-18 Calgary
5,000 m 6:54.98 2006-03-19 Calgary

Career highlights[edit]

Olympic Winter Games
2006 - Torino, 15th at 3000 m
2006 - Torino, 19th at 1500 m
2006 - Torino, 8th at 5000 m
2006 - Torino, 7th at team pursuit
World Allround Championships
2005 - Moscow, 22nd
2006 - Calgary, 5th
2009 - Hamar, 10th
World Single Distance Championships
2005 - Inzell, 12th at 3000 m
2005 - Inzell, 11th at 5000 m
World Sprint Championships
2007 - Hamar, 27th
European Allround Championships
2005 - Heerenveen, 13th
2006 - Hamar, 5th
2007 - Collalbo, 9th
2008 - Kolomna, 14th
2009 - Heerenveen, 9th
World Cup
2006 - Heerenveen, 3rd 3rd at 3000 m
World Junior Allround Championships
2001 - Groningen, 23rd
2002 - Collalbo, 35th
2003 - Kushiro, 30th
2004 - Roseville, Minnesota, 17th
National Championships
2003 - Bergen, 3rd 3rd at allround
2004 - Oslo, 3rd 3rd at allround
2005 - Larvik, 3rd 3rd at 500 m
2005 - Larvik, 1st 1st at 3000 m
2005 - Larvik, 3rd 3rd at 1500 m
2006 - Hamar, 1st 1st at 1500 m
2006 - Hamar, 2nd 2nd at 1000 m
2006 - Hamar, 1st 1st at 3000 m
2006 - Arendal, 1st 1st at 5000 m
2006 - Arendal, 1st 1st at allround
2006 - Asker, 2nd 2nd at sprint
2007 - Hamar, 1st 1st at1500 m
2007 - Hamar, 1st 1st at 3000 m
2008 - Hamar, 2nd 2nd at 1500 m
2008 - Hamar, 2nd 2nd 1st at 3000 m
2008 - Bjugn, 2nd 2nd at allround
2009 - Hamar, 1st 1st at1500 m
2009 - Hamar, 1st 1st at 3000 m
2009 - Gol , 1st 1st at allround

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