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Minna Kauppi

Minna Kauppi

Minna Kauppi
Medal record
Competitor for  Finland
Women's Orienteering
World Championships
Gold 2006 Aarhus Relay
Gold 2007 Kiev Relay
Gold 2007 Kiev Long
Gold 2008 Olomouc Middle
Gold 2008 Olomouc Relay
Gold 2010 Trondheim Middle
Gold 2010 Trondheim Relay
Gold 2011 Savoie Relay
Gold 2012 Lausanne Middle
Silver 2004 Västerås Relay
Silver 2007 Kiev Sprint
Silver 2008 Olomouc Sprint
Silver 2012 Lausanne Long
Bronze 2005 Aichi Middle
Bronze 2009 Miskolc Long
Bronze 2009 Miskolc Relay
World Cup
Silver 2008 WC Overall
Silver 2011 WC Overall
Bronze 2006 WC Overall
Bronze 2007 WC Overall
European Championships
Gold 2006 Otepää Relay
Gold 2006 Otepää Middle
Silver 2010 Primorsko Relay
Silver 2012 Falun Middle
Silver 2012 Falun Relay
Bronze 2006 Otepää Sprint
Bronze 2006 Otepää Long
Bronze 2008 Ventspils Middle
Bronze 2008 Ventspils Relay
Bronze 2012 Falun Long
World Games
Gold 2009 Kaohsiung Sprint
Gold 2013 Cali Middle
Silver 2009 Kaohsiung Middle
Silver 2009 Kaohsiung Mixed Relay
Junior World Championships
Gold 2001 Miskolc Short
Gold 2002 Alicante Short
Silver 2002 Alicante Relay
Bronze 2000 Nove Mesto Short
Bronze 2000 Nove Mesto Relay
Bronze 2001 Miskolc Relay
Bronze 2002 Alicante Classic

Minna Kauppi (born November 25, 1982, Asikkala) is a Finnish orienteer living in Jyväskylä. Kauppi is an eight-time World Champion, including five golds from relays.[1] Kauppi anchored her Finnish club Asikkalan Raikas to a victory in the 2007 Venla relay.[1]

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