Bourne wins second medal at World Masters Championships

Jenny Bourne won her second medal of the World Masters Orienteering Championships when she won a bronze medal in the W55 long distance final, following her sprint gold. It was a close-run thing as she was tied for third place.

It was the only medal for Australia on the day, although Hermann Wehner came close with 4th in M85. Other Australians to make the top ten were Tracy Marsh (8th in W35), Warren Key (8th in M50) and Paul Pacque (9th in M55).

This lists all Australians who finished in the top 20 in a final (winner, followed by the Australians):

M45-B: 1. Hallett Clive GBR 0:47:25, 4. Simpson Andy AUS 0:54:36
M50-A: 1. Zuzanek Zdenek CZE 0:47:21, 8. Key Warren AUS 0:51:40
M55-A: 1. D?hli Sigurd NOR 0:45:41, 9. Pacque Paul AUS 0:54:11, 13. Lawford Geoff AUS 0:54:55
M60-C: 1. Helle Edvin NOR 0:50:17, 4. Uppill Adrian AUS 0:51:33
M65-B: 1. Kellenberger Ruedi SUI 0:45:09, 13. Erbacher Darryl AUS 0:54:00
M65-D: 1. Eriksen Jan A NOR 0:47:41, 11. Meeking John AUS 1:04:04
M70-C: 1. Vikane Per NOR 0:33:09, 19. Sheahan John AUS 0:54:32
M85-A: 1. Isaksson Rune SWE 0:39:24, 4. Wehner Hermann AUS 0:57:46
W35-A: 1. Gunell Yvonne FIN 0:43:02, 8. Marsh Tracy AUS 0:49:01, 12. Key Natasha AUS 0:50:46
W40-B: 1. Champtiaux Isabelle FRA 0:40:41, 16. Troedson Alexa AUS 0:53:15
W55-A: 1. Wolf Ursula SUI 0:40:26, 3. Bourne Jenny AUS 0:41:14
W60-B: 1. N?rgaard Mona DEN 0:39:29, 3. Hay Judith AUS 0:46:25
W75-A: 1. Pokh Lilia UKR 0:38:39, 17. Woof Caryl AUS 1:36:52
W75-B: 1. Ogilvie Maureen AUS 0:43:40, 6. Lyon Jeffa AUS 1:12:27