2012 World Orienteering Championships

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World Orienteering Championships 2012
WOC 2012, Official logo.jpg
Host cityLausanne
Country Switzerland
Nations participating46
Opening ceremony14 July 2012 (2012-07-14)
Closing ceremony21 July 2012 (2012-07-21)
Websitewoc2012.ch
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The 29th World Orienteering Championships was held in Lausanne, Switzerland, from 14 to 21 July 2012.[1][2]

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Sprint
details
Matthias Kyburz
 Switzerland
Matthias Merz
 Switzerland
Matthias Müller
 Switzerland
Middle distance
details
Edgars Bertuks
 Latvia
Valentin Novikov
 Russia
Fabian Hertner
 Switzerland
Long distance
details
Olav Lundanes
 Norway
Matthias Merz
 Switzerland
Edgars Bertuks
 Latvia
Relay
details
 Czech Republic
Tomáš Dlabaja
Jan Šedivý
Jan Procházka
 Norway
Magne Daehli
Carl Waaler Kaas
Olav Lundanes
 Sweden
Jonas Leandersson
Peter Öberg
Anders Holmberg

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Sprint
details
Simone Niggli-Luder
 Switzerland
Maja Alm
 Denmark
Annika Billstam
 Sweden
Middle distance
details
Minna Kauppi
 Finland
Tove Alexandersson
 Sweden
Tatyana Riabkina
 Russia
Long distance
details
Simone Niggli-Luder
 Switzerland
Minna Kauppi
 Finland
Annika Billstam
 Sweden
Relay
details
 Switzerland
Ines Brodmann
Judith Wyder
Simone Niggli-Luder
 Sweden
Annika Billstam
Helena Jansson
Tove Alexandersson
 Norway
Silje Ekroll Jahren
Mari Fasting
Anne Margrethe Hausken Nordberg

Participating countries[edit]

A total of 46 countries participated at this World Championships.[3]

Results[edit]

Sprint[edit]

The sprint finals were held on 14 July 2012 at Lausanne-Ouchy.[4]

Men's sprint[edit]

WOC 2012 – Sprint final – Men (4.2 km)[1][4]
Rank Competitor Nation Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Matthias Kyburz  Switzerland 15:32.0
2nd, silver medalist(s) Matthias Merz  Switzerland 15:49.5
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Matthias Müller  Switzerland 15:59.0
4 Scott Fraser  Great Britain 16:11.2
5 Andrey Khramov  Russia 16:22.7
6 Tuomo Mäkelä  Finland 16:32.9
7 Jonas Vytautas Gvildys  Lithuania 16:33.8
8 Zsolt Lenkei  Hungary 16:39.5
9 Søren Bobach  Denmark 16:43.7
10 Vojtìch Král  Czech Republic 16:45.0
11 Murray Strain  Great Britain 16:46.1
12 Anders Holmberg  Sweden 16:49.9
13 Jerker Lysell  Sweden 16:51.2
14 Ionut Zinca  Romania 16:52.7
15 Jonas Leandersson  Sweden 16:59.2
16 Tomáš Dlabaja  Czech Republic 16:59.5
17 Wojciech Kowalski  Poland 17:02.5
18 Vincent Coupat  France 17:04.2
19 Alexey Sidorov  Russia 17:05.2
20 Rasmus Thrane Hansen  Denmark 17:07.7
21 Robert Merl  Austria 17:08.2
22 Ádám Kovács  Hungary 17:12.7
23 Tuomas Tervo  Finland 17:15.4
24 Andreu Blanes Reig  Spain 17:21.0
25 Vilius Aleliunas  Lithuania 17:28.1
26 Jan Procházka  Czech Republic 17:30.0
27 Nicolas Simonin  Ireland 17:35.2
28 Alexander Lubina  Germany 17:37.4
29 Ulf Forseth Indgaard  Norway 17:38.0
30 Antonio Martínez  Spain 17:42.2
31 Yannick Michiels  Belgium 17:43.1
32 Julian Dent  Australia 17:50.3
33 Tim Robertson  New Zealand 17:51.7
34 Simonas Krepsta  Lithuania 17:52.4
35 Ivaylo Kamenarov  Bulgaria 17:54.4
36 Patrick Goeres  Canada 17:54.7
36 Ross Morrison  New Zealand 17:54.7
38 Dmitry Nakonechny  Russia 17:55.4
39 David Brickhill-Jones  Australia 18:00.6
40 Wolfgang Siegert  Austria 18:01.2
41 Robert Krüger  Germany 18:11.0
42 Klaus Schgaguler  Italy 18:13.2
43 Michael Crone  South Africa 18:41.3
99 Kiril Nikolov  Bulgaria miss 1 punch
99 Frederic Tranchand  France miss 1 punch

Women's sprint[edit]

WOC 2012 – Sprint final – Women (3.7 km)[1][4]
Rank Competitor Nation Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Simone Niggli-Luder  Switzerland 15:43.7
2nd, silver medalist(s) Maja Alm  Denmark 16:20.2
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Annika Billstam  Sweden 16:28.0
4 Helena Jansson  Sweden 16:30.2
5 Rahel Friederich  Switzerland 16:33.1
6 Venla Niemi  Finland 16:39.4
7 Claire Ward  Great Britain 16:49.4
8 Lena Eliasson  Sweden 16:56.9
9 Lizzie Ingham  New Zealand 17:07.2
10 Silje Ekroll Jahren  Norway 17:12.8
11 Tessa Hill  Great Britain 17:14.4
12 Signe Klinting  Denmark 17:18.2
13 Shuangyan Hao  China 17:25.4
14 Fanni Gyurkó  Hungary 17:33.6
14 Marika Teini  Finland 17:33.6
16 Judith Wyder  Switzerland 17:36.7
17 Heidi Østlid Bagstevold  Norway 17:37.1
18 Iveta Duchová  Czech Republic 17:39.0
19 Ausrine Kutkaite  Lithuania 17:44.9
20 Alison Crocker  United States 17:47.3
21 Svetlana Mironova  Russia 17:47.7
22 Ursula Kadan  Austria 18:01.2
23 Anastasiya Tikhonova  Russia 18:02.9
24 Greta Knarston  New Zealand 18:05.0
25 Anne Margrethe Hausken Nordberg  Norway 18:06.3
26 Inga Kazlauskaite  Lithuania 18:19.1
27 Kim Geypen  Belgium 18:26.9
28 Ildikó Szerencsi  Hungary 18:31.1
29 Hanna Wisniewska  Poland 18:33.8
30 Daria Lajn  Poland 18:35.1
31 Antoniya Grigorova-Burgova  Bulgaria 18:37.8
32 Gabija Ražaityte  Lithuania 18:39.9
33 Sofia Haajanen  Finland 18:46.9
34 Mikiko Minagawa  Japan 18:52.8
35 Celine Dodin  France 19:05.8
36 Lea Vercellotti  France 19:07.5
37 Mingyue Zhu  China 19:24.1
38 Catherine Taylor  Great Britain 19:29.4
39 Amélie Chataing  France 19:40.5
40 Esther Doetsch  Germany 20:03.7
41 Yingwei Wang  China 20:28.6
42 Raquel Costa  Portugal 21:19.7
43 Nataliya Dimitrova  Bulgaria 23:10.0
99 Eva Jureníková  Czech Republic miss 1 punch
99 Annika Rihma  Estonia miss 1 punch

Middle distance[edit]

The middle distance finals were held on 17 July 2012 at St-Cergue / La Givrine.[5]

Men's middle distance[edit]

WOC 2012 – Middle distance final – Men (6.5 km)[1][5]
Rank Competitor Nation Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Edgars Bertuks  Latvia 36:45
2nd, silver medalist(s) Valentin Novikov  Russia 36:50
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Fabian Hertner  Switzerland 37:10
4 Thierry Gueorgiou  France 37:15
5 Francois Gonon  France 37:18
6 Peter Öberg  Sweden 37:22
7 Magne Daehli  Norway 38:08
8 Gustav Bergman  Sweden 38:33
9 Marc Lauenstein  Switzerland 38:48
10 Jan Procházka  Czech Republic 39:01
11 Hannu Airila  Finland 39:02
11 Oleksandr Kratov  Ukraine 39:02
13 Kalvis Mihailovs  Latvia 39:10
14 Olav Lundanes  Norway 39:19
15 Philippe Adamski  France 39:26
16 Lauri Sild  Estonia 39:42
17 Pasi Ikonen  Finland 39:46
18 Johan Runesson  Sweden 39:49
19 Leonid Novikov  Russia 40:01
20 Gernot Kerschbaumer  Austria 40:19
21 Mārtiņš Sirmais  Latvia 40:22
22 Carl Waaler Kaas  Norway 40:24
23 Pavlo Ushkvarok  Ukraine 40:25
24 Lucas Basset  France 40:30
25 Tue Lassen  Denmark 40:33
26 Robert Merl  Austria 41:03
27 Olle Kärner  Estonia 41:05
27 Štanfel Matjaž  Croatia 41:05
29 Jonas Vytautas Gvildys  Lithuania 41:07
30 Mikhail Mamleev  Italy 41:11
31 Vojtìch Král  Czech Republic 41:21
32 Zsolt Lenkei  Hungary 41:40
33 Simonas Krėpšta  Lithuania 41:42
34 Jarkko Huovila  Finland 42:27
34 Michal Krajčík  Slovakia 42:27
36 Graham Gristwood  Great Britain 42:48
37 Aleksei Alekseyonok  Belarus 43:28
38 Ionut Zinca  Romania 43:37
39 Ross Morrison  New Zealand 44:04
40 Bjarne Friedrichs  Germany 45:53
41 Ivaylo Kamenarov  Bulgaria 46:41
42 Yury Tambasov  Belarus 47:25
43 Fabien Pasquasy  Belgium 51:15
99 Søren Bobach  Denmark dropout (dnf)
99 Baptiste Rollier  Switzerland dropout (dnf)

Women's middle distance[edit]

WOC 2012 – Middle distance final – Women (5.5 km)[1][5]
Rank Competitor Nation Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Minna Kauppi  Finland 37:37
2nd, silver medalist(s) Tove Alexandersson  Sweden 38:09
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Tatyana Riabkina  Russia 39:03
4 Ida Bobach  Denmark 39:52
5 Simone Niggli-Luder  Switzerland 40:00
6 Annika Billstam  Sweden 40:07
7 Sara Lüscher  Switzerland 40:53
8 Merja Rantanen  Finland 41:03
9 Inga Dambe  Latvia 41:15
10 Saila Kinni  Finland 41:24
11 Lina Strand  Sweden 42:04
12 Kristina Rybakovaitė  Lithuania 43:17
12 Dana Šafka Brožková  Czech Republic 43:17
14 Fanni Gyurkó  Hungary 43:38
15 Anastasia Trubkina  Russia 43:46
16 Nadiya Volynska  Ukraine 43:51
17 Heidi Østlid Bagstevold  Norway 44:17
18 Amélie Chataing  France 44:33
19 Iveta Duchová  Czech Republic 44:37
20 Judith Wyder  Switzerland 44:41
21 Rachael Rothman  Great Britain 45:22
22 Signe Klinting  Denmark 45:26
22 Claire Ward  Great Britain 45:26
24 Aija Skrastiņa  Latvia 45:29
25 Gabija Ražaitytė  Lithuania 45:46
26 Helen Palmer  Great Britain 45:58
27 Inga Kazlauskaite  Lithuania 46:10
28 Maja Alm  Denmark 47:22
29 Mari Fasting  Norway 47:24
30 Ida Marie Ness Bjorgul  Norway 47:47
31 Vanessa Round  Australia 47:58
32 Ursula Kadan  Austria 47:59
33 Anna Serrallonga Arqués  Spain 48:26
33 Elisa Elstner  Austria 48:26
35 Kirti Rebane  Estonia 50:11
36 Anja Arbter  Austria 50:50
37 Shuangyan Hao  China 50:59
38 Hanna Wisniewska  Poland 51:13
39 Lizzie Ingham  New Zealand 53:01
40 Ona Rafols Perramón  Spain 53:14
41 Louise Oram  Canada 53:31
42 Liis Johanson  Estonia 53:58
43 Christine Kirchlechner  Italy 54:34
44 Iliana Shandurkova  Bulgaria 54:53
45 Christiane Tröße  Germany 55:10

Long distance[edit]

The long distance finals were held on 19 July 2012 at Chalet-à-Gobet.[6]

Men's long distance[edit]

WOC 2012 – Long distance final – Men (18.3 km)[1][6]
Rank Competitor Nation Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Olav Lundanes  Norway 1:34:42
2nd, silver medalist(s) Matthias Merz  Switzerland 1:37:34
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Edgars Bertuks  Latvia 1:39:13
4 Philippe Adamski  France 1:40:19
5 Anders Holmberg  Sweden 1:41:46
6 Kiril Nikolov  Bulgaria 1:41:48
7 Dmitriy Tsvetkov  Russia 1:43:20
8 Frederic Tranchand  France 1:43:55
9 Tue Lassen  Denmark 1:44:46
10 Anders Nordberg  Norway 1:44:51
11 Yury Tambasov  Belarus 1:44:57
12 Jan Šedivý  Czech Republic 1:45:08
13 Mikhail Mamleev  Italy 1:45:11
14 Fredric Portin  Finland 1:45:23
15 Gernot Kerschbaumer  Austria 1:45:39
16 Kalvis Mihailovs  Latvia 1:46:32
17 Hans Gunnar Omdal  Norway 1:47:18
18 Tomáš Dlabaja  Czech Republic 1:47:24
19 Matthias Kyburz  Switzerland 1:47:28
20 Scott Fraser  Great Britain 1:48:31
21 Vytautas Beliūnas  Lithuania 1:48:59
22 Ádám Kovács  Hungary 1:49:22
23 Rasmus Djurhuus  Denmark 1:50:06
24 Ionut Zinca  Romania 1:50:37
25 Vilius Aleliunas  Lithuania 1:51:36
26 Bartosz Pawlak  Poland 1:52:02
27 Pavlo Ushkvarok  Ukraine 1:52:04
28 Erik Rost  Sweden 1:52:22
29 Rasmus Thrane Hansen  Denmark 1:52:52
30 Julian Dent  Australia 1:54:18
31 Tuomas Tervo  Finland 1:54:42
32 Stepan Kodeda  Czech Republic 1:55:21
33 Diogo Miguel  Portugal 1:55:24
34 Alessio Tenani  Italy 1:55:48
35 Aleksei Alekseyonok  Belarus 1:56:42
36 Yannick Michiels  Belgium 1:57:21
37 Artem Panchenko  Ukraine 1:57:43
38 Peeter Pihl  Estonia 1:57:50
39 Nicolas Simonin  Ireland 1:58:54
99 Gustav Bergman  Sweden miss 1 punch
99 Fabian Hertner  Switzerland punch 1 wrong
99 Andrey Khramov  Russia dropout (dnf)
99 Wojciech Kowalski  Poland miss 1 punch
99 Valentin Novikov  Russia dropout (dnf)
99 Lauri Sild  Estonia miss 1 punch

Women's long distance[edit]

WOC 2012 – Long distance final – Women (12.4 km)[1][6]
Rank Competitor Nation Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Simone Niggli-Luder  Switzerland 1:15:07
2nd, silver medalist(s) Minna Kauppi  Finland 1:16.38
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Annika Billstam  Sweden 1:17:13
4 Tatyana Riabkina  Russia 1:19:17
5 Anne Margrethe Hausken Nordberg  Norway 1:20:05
6 Eva Juřeníková  Czech Republic 1:21:10
7 Merja Rantanen  Finland 1:22:51
8 Ida Bobach  Denmark 1:23:22
9 Ines Brodmann  Switzerland 1:23:23
10 Venla Niemi  Finland 1:23:35
11 Sara Lüscher  Switzerland 1:24:04
12 Lina Strand  Sweden 1:25:15
13 Svetlana Mironova  Russia 1:25:38
14 Mari Fasting  Norway 1:26:10
15 Fanni Gyurkó  Hungary 1:26:38
16 Celine Dodin  France 1:27:31
17 Vendula Klechová  Czech Republic 1:28:40
18 Tone Wigemyr  Norway 1:28:52
19 Dana Šafka Brožková  Czech Republic 1:29:03
20 Signe Klinting  Denmark 1:29:26
21 Inga Dambe  Latvia 1:29:30
22 Ursula Kadan  Austria 1:29:43
23 Daria Lajn  Poland 1:31:36
24 Annika Rihma  Estonia 1:32:04
25 Claire Ward  Great Britain 1:32:17
26 Anastasiya Tikhonova  Russia 1:32:19
27 Ausrine Kutkaite  Lithuania 1:32:41
28 Ildikó Szerencsi  Hungary 1:35:08
29 Nadiya Volynska  Ukraine 1:35:11
30 Kristina Rybakovaitė  Lithuania 1:35:21
31 Olga Sluta  Ukraine 1:35:50
32 Miek Fabré  Belgium 1:36:26
33 Louise Oram  Canada 1:37:48
34 Lea Vercellotti  France 1:38:38
35 Aislinn Prendergast  Australia 1:39:58
36 Helen Bridle  Great Britain 1:41:01
37 Sarah Rollins  Great Britain 1:41:02
38 Inga Kazlauskaite  Lithuania 1:41:23
39 Anna Serrallonga Arqués  Spain 1:41:32
40 Samantha Saeger  United States 1:41:39
41 Kim Geypen  Belgium 1:43:48
42 Kirti Rebane  Estonia 1:48:38
43 Elisa Elstner  Austria 1:52:08
44 Antoniya Grigorova-Burgova  Bulgaria 1:56:52
99 Lena Eliasson  Sweden dropout (dnf)

Relay[edit]

The relay events were held on 21 July 2012 at Chalet-à-Gobet.[7]

Men's relay[edit]

WOC 2012 – Relay – Men (6.9 + 6.9 + 6.9 km)[1][7]
Rank Nation Competitors Time
1st, gold medalist(s)  Czech Republic Tomáš Dlabaja, Jan Šedivý, Jan Procházka 1:40:00
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Norway Magne Daehli, Carl Waaler Kaas, Olav Lundanes 1:40:06
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Sweden Jonas Leandersson, Peter Öberg, Anders Holmberg 1:40:11
4  Switzerland Fabian Hertner, Matthias Müller, Matthias Merz 1:41:21
5  France Philippe Adamski, Thierry Gueorgiou, Francois Gonon 1:42:56
6  Denmark Søren Bobach, Rasmus Thrane Hansen, Tue Lassen 1:43:08
7  Latvia Mārtiņš Sirmais, Kalvis Mihailovs, Edgars Bertuks 1:45:31
8  Lithuania Vilius Aleliunas, Simonas Krėpšta, Jonas Vytautas Gvildys 1:45:42
9  Ukraine Pavlo Ushkvarok, Oleksandr Kratov, Denys Shcherbakov 1:47:01
10  Poland Bartosz Pawlak, Michal Olejnik, Wojciech Kowalski 1:47:58
11  Italy Klaus Schgaguler, Alessio Tenani, Mikhail Mamleev 1:48:08
12  Austria Robert Merl, Helmut Gremmel, Gernot Kerschbaumer 1:48:38
13  Belgium Tomas Hendrickx, Fabien Pasquasy, Yannick Michiels 1:49:34
14  Slovakia Pavol Bukovác, Michal Krajčík, Marián Dávidík 1:49:53
15  Finland Tuomas Tervo, Hannu Airila, Fredric Portin 1:50:09
16  Great Britain Mark Nixon, Matthew Speake, Scott Fraser 1:50:45
17  Estonia Peeter Pihl, Olle Kärner, Lauri Sild 1:51:02
18  Spain Antonio Martínez, Luis Nogueira de La Muela, Andreu Blanes Reig 1:52:00
19  Hungary Máté Baumholczer, Zsolt Lenkei, Ádám Kovács 1:53:39
20  Belarus Yury Tambasov, Aleksei Alekseyonok, Dmitry Mikhalkin 1:53:53
21  Bulgaria Kiril Nikolov, Ivaylo Kamenarov, Ivan Sirakov 1:54:21
22  Australia David Brickhill-Jones, Simon Uppill, Julian Dent 1:55:45
23  Germany Christoph Brandt, Bjarne Friedrichs, Sören Lösch 1:57:29
24  Portugal Miguel Silva, Diogo Miguel, Manuel Horta 2:00:58
25  New Zealand Ross Morrison, Thomas Reynolds, Toby Scott 2:04:42
26  Ireland Nicolas Simonin, Colm Hill, Darren Burke 2:07:12
27  Brazil Leandro Pereira Pasturiza, Fábio Kuczkoski, Ronaldo Almeida 2:11:35
28  Canada Patrick Goeres, Robbie Anderson, Will Critchley 2:18:01
29  USA Eric Bone, Boris Granovskiy, Giacomo Barbone 2:22:11
30  Turkey Ahmet Kaçmaz, Musa Erdoğan, Fatih Bodur 2:23:32
31  Japan Shigeyuki Koizumi, Toshiyuki Matsuzawa, Wataru Teragauchi 2:25:30
32  China Xiyuan Liang, Zhihui Yi, Qiaoping Li 2:40:32
33  Hong Kong Chi Kin Man, Gerald Yip, Chun Kit Tang 3:13:09
99  Russia Andrey Khramov, Dmitriy Tsvetkov, Valentin Novikov disqualified
99  South Korea Byung-Gu Ryu, Geun-Hee Hong, Jong-Hyun Park disqualified

Women's relay[edit]

WOC 2012 – Relay – Women (5.9 + 5.9 + 5.9 km)[1][7]
Rank Nation Competitors Time
1st, gold medalist(s)  Switzerland Ines Brodmann, Judith Wyder, Simone Niggli-Luder 1:44:54
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Sweden Annika Billstam, Helena Jansson, Tove Alexandersson 1:47:18
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Norway Silje Ekroll Jahren, Mari Fasting, Anne Margrethe Hausken Nordberg 1:48:11
4  Russia Anastasiya Tikhonova, Svetlana Mironova, Tatyana Riabkina 1:48:38
5  Finland Venla Niemi, Merja Rantanen, Minna Kauppi 1:51:41
6  Denmark Emma Klingenberg, Ida Bobach, Maja Alm 1:52:21
7  France Celine Dodin, Lea Vercellotti, Amélie Chataing 1:53:13
8  Czech Republic Iveta Duchova, Dana Šafka Brožková, Eva Juřeníková 1:59:54
9  Estonia Kirti Rebane, Liis Johanson, Annika Rihma 2:00:24
10  Great Britain Sarah Rollins, Claire Ward, Catherine Taylor 2:00:33
11  Ukraine Anastasiia Danylova, Nadiya Volynska, Olga Reznichenko 2:01:02
12  Poland Paulina Faron, Daria Lajn, Hanna Wisniewska 2:03:38
13  Lithuania Kristina Rybakovaitė, Gabija Ražaitytė, Ausrine Kutkaite 2:03:52
14  Hungary Fanni Gyurkó, Éva Novai, Ildikó Szerencsi 2:04:06
15  USA Alison Crocker, Sandra Lauenstein, Samantha Saeger 2:05:19
16  Austria Ursula Kadan, Elisa Elstner, Anja Arbter 2:07:16
17  China Mingyue Zhu, Yingwei Wang, Shuangyan Hao 2:09:39
18  Germany Esther Doetsch, Christiane Tröße, Sieglinde Kundisch 2:09:56
19  New Zealand Lizzie Ingham, Kate Morrison, Amber Morrison 2:14:34
20  Italy Carlotta Scalet, Maria Novella Sbaraglia, Christine Kirchlechner 2:14:47
21  Bulgaria Nataliya Dimitrova, Iliana Shandurkova, Antoniya Grigorova-Burgova 2:15:56
22  Australia Rachel Effeney, Aislinn Prendergast, Vanessa Round 2:17:53
23  Spain Ona Rafols Perramón, Berta Meseguer Flaqué, Anna Serrallonga Arqués 2:21:15
24  Turkey Tuğba Cın, Selvihan Günaydin, Şengűl Űzen 2:57:58
25  Hong Kong Tsz Ying Yu, Pui Fung Chan, Yuen Ki Hilda Cheng 3:20:15
99  Belarus Nastsia Klapouskaya, Maria Alekseyonok, Irina Yurok disqualified
99  Latvia Laura Vīķe, Aija Skrastiņa, Inga Dambe disqualified

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