Guntars Mankus

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Guntars Mankus
Medal record
Representing  Latvia
Rogaining
World Championships
Gold medal – first place 2002 Lesná, Czech R. Mixed Open
Gold medal – first place 2006 Warrumbungles, Australia Mixed Open
Silver medal – second place 2015 Kiilopää, Finland Mixed Open
Bronze medal – third place 2004 Arizona, United States Mixed Open
European Championships
Gold medal – first place 2005 Nõva, Estonia Mixed Open
Gold medal – first place 2016 Aralar, Spain Mixed Open
Trail orienteering
World Championships
Gold medal – first place 2014 Lavarone, Italy PreO Open
Bronze medal – third place 2014 Lavarone, Italy PreO Team

Guntars Mankus (born 5 July 1969) is a Latvian orienteer, rogainer and adventure racer.

At the 5th World Rogaining Championships in Lesná, Czech Republic in 2002 he won a gold medal and the title of the World Rogaining Champion in Mixed Open category in team with Anita Liepina and Raimonds Lapiņš.[1] At 6th World Rogaining Championships in Arizona, United States in 2004 the same team won a bronze medal in Mixed Open category. At 7th World Rogaining Championships in Warrumbungles, Australia they regained the title of the World Rogaining Champion in Mixed Open category.[2] At 13th World Rogaining Championships in Kiilopää, Finland he won a silver medal in Mixed Open category in team with Irita Puķīte.[3]

In 2005 he won a gold medal at the European Rogaining Championships in Mixed Open category in team with Anita Liepina in Nõva, Estonia.[4] In 2016 he won a gold medal at the European Rogaining Championships in Mixed Open category in team with Irita Puķīte in Aralar Range, Spain.

In 2014 he won a gold medal and the title of the World Champion in precision orienteering (PreO Open) and a bronze medal as a member of the Latvian team at the World Trail Orienteering Championships in Lavarone, Italy.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WRC2002 Lesna, Czech Republic 26-27 July 2002". International Rogaining Federation.
  2. ^ "WRC2006 results". International Rogaining Federation.
  3. ^ "13th World Rogaining Championships 2015, 22-23 August 2015". Rogaining Finland.
  4. ^ "ERC2005 Nõva, Estonia, 11-12 June 2005". International Rogaining Federation.
  5. ^ "WTOC2014 Lavarone, Italy, 9-11 July 2011". International Rogaining Federation.