Štěpán Kodeda

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Štěpán Kodeda
Stepan Kodeda JWOCLong.JPG
Stepan Kodeda at JWOC 2007
Personal information
Born 5 February 1988 (1988-02-05) (age 26)
Plzeň, Czech Republic

Štěpán Kodeda (born 5 February 1988 in Plzeň)[1] is a Czech orienteering competitor, and twice junior world champion. He defends the colors of the Swedish club IFK MORA in Dalarna. Štěpán is an IFK MORA runner since 2005. Since then, he achieved many good team results as the 7th place in Tiomila's Relay 2008, where he ran the first for Dalarna's team exchanging 6th among 347 runners. As well he runs for Sportcentrum Jičín in Czech Republic since 2006 and Club Esportiu Farra-O in Spain since 2009.

He became Junior World Champion in relay in Dubbo in 2007, together with Jan Benes and Adam Chromy.[2][3] He won as well a gold medal in sprint distance at the 2008 Junior World Championships in Göteborg.

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  1. ^ Presentation: Stepan Kodedaultimate-orienteering.com
  2. ^ Junior World Orienteering ChampionshipsInternational Orienteering Federation (Retrieved on July 1, 2008)
  3. ^ "Profile: Stepan Kodeda" – World of O Runners (Retrieved on July 1, 2008)