Ogilvie, Ingwersen, Davey and Van Geldermalsen highest place getters in the World Masters Long Distance Final

Long Distance Final
World Masters Orienteering Championships
Italy 10 August 2013

Maureen Ogilvie in action

Maureen Ogilvie in action

Maureen Ogilvie, 7th in W80, Ann Ingwersen, 11th in W70, Debbie Davey, 24th in W55 and Ted Van Geldermalsen, 28th in M55, were the highest placed Australians in A finals overnight in the Long Distance Championships at the World Masters Orienteering Championships. New Zealander Ross Brighouse placed 3rd in M65. M90 Paul Adrian of Nillumbik Emus, a favourite for a medal, did not start.

In the B finals, Margi Freemantle placed 9th in W55 and James Lithgow 11th in M55.

A finals

M55: 28 Ted Van Geldermalsen (Yarra Valley), 52 Andrew McComb (OH.
M65: 3 Ross Brighouse (New Zealand)
M70A: 71 Ron Junghans (Garingal

W55: 24 Debbie Davey (Waggaroos)
W60: 45 Robyn Pallas (Central Coast)
W70: 11 Ann Ingwersen (Parawanga).
W80: 7 Maureen Ogilvie (Uringa).

B finals

M55: 11 James Lithgow (Garingal), 63 Alex Davey (Waggaroos)
M60: 46 Colin Price (Central Coast), 80 Bert Elson (Australopers)
M65: 54 Ross Barr (Garingal)

W55: 9 Margi Freemantle (Yarra Valley), 18 Karin Hefftner (Garingal), 20 Maria Orr (Newcastle), 21 Teri McComb (OH), 25 Gayle Shepherd (Uringa)
W75: 11 Dorothy Adrian (Nillumbik Emus)

C finals

M55: 11 Larry Weiss (Garingal), 20 Peter Orr (Newcastle)
M60: 64 Geoff Hudson (Nillumbik Emus)
M65: 20 Eric Wainwright (Red Roos)
M70: 5 Frank Ingwersen (Parawanga)