Simone Niggli Luder

Simone Niggli Luder with the WOC Sprint final 2005 in Aichi (Japan)

Simone Niggli Luder (* 9. January 1978) is Swiss a Orientierungsläuferin.

It is the present number 1 of the world rank list. Simone Niggli Luder originates from castle village in the canton Berne. It studied biology. 2003 married it Matthias Niggli, which likewise orientation runner is. The two live in Münsingen.

With ten times gold and once bronze at world championships as well as three times gold and twice silver at European championships it is the most successful Swiss of all times in this kind of sport. For large attention it provided at the world championships of 2003 in Switzerland and 2005 in Japan, as it in all disciplines (Sprint, central and long distance, relay) gold won. 2003 and 2005 were selected it to Swiss the Sportlerin of the yearly.

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associations

Simone Niggli Luder belongs to the Swiss OIL association Hindelbank, as well as the Swedish association link text Ulricehamns of OK ONE .

most important one sporty successes

  • 10 times world champion
  • two-way Weltcupgesamtsiegerin
  • triple Europameisterin
  • 1. World rank list (conditions December 2004) struggled
  • Swiss Sportlerin of the yearly of 2003
  • Swiss Sportlerin of the yearly 2005

successes 2006

  • CROSS Schweizermeisterin

of successes 2005

  • CROSS Schweizermeisterin

world championships

  • 2005, Aichi/JP: 1. Sprint, 1. Central distance, 1. Long distance, 1. Relay
  • 2004, Västerås/SWE: 1. Sprint, 6. Central distance, 4. Long distance, 4. Relay
  • 2003, Rapperswil Jona/SUI: 1. Sprint, 1. Central distance, 1. Long distance, 1. Relay
  • 2001, Tampere/FIN: 1. Classical distance, 3. Sprintdistanz, 4. Short distance, 4. Relay
  • 1999, Inverness/SCO: 15. Short distance

European championships

  • 2004, Roskilde/DEN: 1. Long distance, 1. Sprint,
  • 2002, Sümeg/HUN: 1. Long distance,
  • Västerås/SWE: 2. Relay
  • 2000, Truskavets/UKR: 2. Short distance, 4. Relay

Worldcup

  • 18 Weltcupsiege (16 single, 2 relay), 1. Gesamtweltcup 2005 1. Gesamtweltcup 2004 1. Gesamtweltcup 2002, 2. Gesamtweltcup 2000

World Games

  • 1. Single run 2005 (central distance)
  • 5. Single run 2001

ParkWorldTour

of 11 victories, 1. Total total 2004, 2. Total total 2003, 2. Total total 2002

other championships

  • Nordi championships: 2. Classical distance 2001, 3. Relay 2001, 1. Relay 1999, 4. Classical distance 1999
  • student world championships: 1. Classical distance 2000, 1. Relay 2000, 3. Relay 1998
  • junior world championships: 1. Classical distance 1997, 2. Relay 1996, 3. Relay 1997 and 1998
  • Swiss championships: 14-fache elite Schweizermeisterin, 5-fold Siegerin Credit Suisse Cup
  • triple Swedish Meisterin
  • single Finnish Meisterin
  • Elitserien Sweden: 3 Elitseriensiege, Gesamtsiegerin 2004
  • international relays: 1. Tiomila 2003 and 2004, 1. Venla 2002 and 2004, 1. SpringCup 2002 and 2004
  • multi-day runs: 2. O-Ringen/SWE 2004, 1. O-Ringen/SWE 2002, 2. O-Ringen/SWE 2000, 1. Bordeaux/FRA 1999
  • Leichtathletik: Swiss Meisterin CROSS of 2005
  • Swiss Sportlerin of the yearly: 1. Rank 2005, 2. Rank 2004, 1. Rank 2003, 2. Rank 2002, 3. Rank 2001

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