JWOC Denmark

team Junior World Champions, the Women's Relay Team of Fiona Bunn, Megan Keith, Grace Molloy (credit: the Danish JWOC2019 organisation)

What were already stunning results at the Junior World Championships (JWOC) were made truly astonishing by the final event's result: the Great Britain Women's Relay Team winning gold.

This was the thirtieth JWOC. Already in the week Grace Molloy had won bronze medals for sprint and long. And Fiona Bunn had won silver in the middle distance. These three medals equalled the GBR medal count from the previous 29 competitions combined. For the final race Grace and Fiona teamed with Megan Keith to win the first ever GBR gold at a junior world championships.

Clearly this ia a great reward for excellent runs and years of self-motivated hard work. The week's achievements are a great credit to not just the athletes but also their many coaches and training partners. Many congratulations all round.

Relay - Official Results

Relay - British Orienteering's Report

JWOC Website

World of O - JWOC Relay Maps & Results

World of O - JWOC Middle Maps & Results

World of O - JWOC Long Maps & Results

World of O - JWOC Sprint Maps & Results

  • Fiona Bunn is a member of Thames Valley OC, Cambridge University OC, and Södertälje-Nykvarn Orientering (Sweden)
  • Grace Molloy is a member of Forth Valley Orienteers and Kalevan Rasti (Finland).
  • Megan Keith is a member of Inverness OC.

Denmark 2019 was Fiona's fifth, Grace's third, and Megan's first JWOC.

Previous Post Next Post