European Youth Orienteering Championships 2011 took place in Jindřichův Hradec from 24th to 26th June 2011. 336 competitors were competing in sprint distance, long distance and relay event. We deeply believe that the Championships was beneficial for you not only for the result you achieved but also for sport enjoyment and new friendship with other people from all over the Europe which will last for the rest of your lives.
Medalists of EYOC 2011 relay are here:
Gold – the Czech Republic (Lenka Svobodová, Karolína Bořánková, Anna Štičková)
Silver – France (Lucile Clouard, Delphine Poirot, Chloé Haberkorn)
Bronze – Switzerland (Paula Gross, Kerstin Ullmann, Sandrine Müller)
Gold – the Czech Republic (Johanka Šimková, Nikola Kochová, Vendula Horčičková)
Silver – Norway (Marie Nordbye Nybo, Anna Ulvensoen, Runa Fremstad)
Bronze – Austria (Anna Nilsson-Simkovics, Lisa Pacher, Anja Arbter)
Gold – Denmark (Thomas Knudsen, Magnus Maag, Mikkel Aaen)
Silver – Lithuania (Martynas Tirlikas, Gytis Nakvosas, Algirdas Bartkevičius)
Bronze – the Czech Republic (Václav Šňupárek, Jonáš Hubáček, Jan Pavlovec)
Gold – the Czech Republic (Tomáš Kubelka, Marek Minář, Adam Chloupek)
Silver – Sweden (Niklas Aldén, Anton Johansson, Erik Malmberg)
Bronze – Russia (Aleksandr Makeichik, Andrey Kozyrev, Ivan Kuchmenko)
There is the Victory Ceremony of the long distance at chateau in Jindřichův Hradec on Saturday from 7 p.m. Do you want to know how have today’s winners (including Mikkel Aanen from Denmark in the picture) reacted just after crossing the finish line?
EYOC 2011 distance is over. Here are the medalists, CONGRATULATIONS!
W16: 1st – Bořánková Karolina (CZE), 2nd – Falck Weber Amanda (DEN), 3rd – Štičková Anna (CZE)
W18: 1st – Sandberg Frida (SWE), 2nd – Polishchuk Mariya (UKR), 3rd – Arbter Anja (AUT)
M16: 1st – Aaen Mikkel (DEN), 2nd – Bartkevičius Algirdas (LTU), 3rd – Mertenat Quentin (SUI)
M18: 1st – Zernis Rudolfs (LAT), 2nd – Malmberg Erik (SWE), 3rd – Niewiedziala Robert (POL)