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Athlete profile: Vasili Fomiciov
Athlete background info may be outdated, last updated 2016-07-03 22:50:39
Vasili Fomiciov was born February 16, 1996, Kitskany village, Causeni district, Moldova. Started orienteering in 2006, the first coach was Igor Naguibin. Сurrently engaged in the specialized youth sports school in Tiraspol under coach Andrei Severuhin, a member of the the sports club Tiras-Orient. Enrolled in the Pridnestrovian State University named after Taras Shevchenko at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports in 2014. Moldavian Champion in the elite group for the Relay, and the Sprint Relay. Moldavian Vice champion over the Ultra-Long.
WoO RankingOverall: 100, Middle: 61, Long: 144
World Ranking Middle/Long 408 / Sprint 249 (as of 18/4/2021)
ClubACS Sanatatea Ploiesti, TirasOrient
Born placeCauseni (MDA)
Born year1996
Lives Tiraspol (MDA)

World Orienteering Championships (WOC)
Best result 53. place:

2019, Middle, Ostfold, Norway

Best for each discipline:

Long: 61. place 2017, Tartu, Estonia
Middle: 53. place 2019, Ostfold, Norway
Sprint: Q29. place 2017, Tartu, Estonia

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World Cup (WC)

Junior World Orienteering Championships (JWOC)
Best result 98. place:

2016, Sprint, Engadin, Switzerland

Best for each discipline:

Long: 112. place 2016, Engadin, Switzerland
Middle: B49. place 2016, Engadin, Switzerland
Sprint: 98. place 2016, Engadin, Switzerland

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Note that some EYOC results may be missing.

Best result 68. place:

2014, Long, Strumica, Macedonia

Best for each discipline:

Long: 68. place 2014, Strumica, Macedonia
Sprint: 76. place 2014, Strumica, Macedonia

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Other international results

IOF World Ranking:
World Ranking position: Middle/Long 408 / Sprint 249 (as of 18/4/2021)
See also all IOF WRE results for Vasili Fomiciov including updated WR position

Vasili Fomiciov is found under the following names:
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