Women’s relay 7th caps off the best JWOC ever.

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Australia’s most successful Junior World Champs has closed, with the womens #1 team of Jasmine Neve, Erin Post and Hanny Allston claiming 7th spot in the relay — the highest place ever achieved by an Australian team in a JWOC relay. Jasmine started steadily, Erin picked up 6 places and Hanny came home in the fastest time of the day to claim 7th place.

In the men’s relay, Australia promised much, but the team will be disappointed with their 18th place overall.

A full report from team manager Hilary Wood will be posted shortly.

W20
1. Norway 2:13:46
Egseth Elise 47:14:00
Fasting Mari 42:13:00
Bjerkreim Nilsen Betty Ann 44:19:00
Norway 2 2:17:33
Ekroll Jahren Silje 47:05:00
Ulvestad Siri 45:38:00
Welle-Strand Horn Fanny 44:50:00
2. Sweden 2:18:12
A-Skantze Elin 48:32:00
Jansson Helena 45:19:00
Persson Anna 44:21:00
3. Finland 2:22:21
Kinni Saila 50:51:00
Iso-Markku Paula 46:37:00
Tarvonen Silja 44:53:00

7. Australia 2:33:56
Neve Jasmine 55:57:00
Post Erin 54:41:00
Allston Hanny 43:18:00

M20
1. Norway 2:30:32
Sørensen Øystein 51:01:00
Dæhli Magne 47:49:00
Lundanes Olav 51:42:00
2. Czech Republic 2:33:38
Chromy Adam 49:33:00
Benes Jan 54:40:00
Palas Jan 49:25:00
3. Sweden 2:36:50
Fredriksson John 55:03:00
Rost Erik 49:33:00
Kristensson Mikael 52:14:00

18. Australia 2:59:04
Meyer David 66:34:00
Uppill Simon 61:03:00
Dent Julian 51:27:00