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Marianne Andersen (born March 26, 1980 in Drammen) is a Norwegian orienteering competitor. She has received twelve medals in the world and European championships, as well as winning nine national championships. In 2017 she won a silver medal in the relay after seven years without a medal (mainly due to injury).

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World and European championships

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She received one gold medal, six silver medals and two bronze medals in the 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 World Orienteering Championships. She received a silver medal in the 2004 European Championships with the Norwegian relay team, and two individual silver medals in the 2006 European Championships (Sprint and Middle distance).

World cup

Andersen obtained one victory (middle distance, Auvergne, 2006), eleven second places and four third places in the World cup events, during the seasons 2005–2009. She finished second in the overall world cup in 2006, and second in 2009.

National championships

Andersen has won nine gold medals, three silver medals and four bronze medals in the National championships, and was awarded the King's cup in 2004 and 2007. She has represented the clubs Nydalens SK, NTNUI and Konnerud IL.

References

Marianne Andersen Wikipedia


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