Victorians (present and past) feature in WOC team

The team selected to represent Australia at the World Orienteering Championships in Latvia in August has just been announced, with strong representation from present and past Victorians. It is also notable for the inclusion of mother and son combination, Natasha and Aston Key.

The full team is:

Sprint
Belinda Lawford
Natasha Key
Krystal Neumann

Brodie Nankervis
Aston Key
Henry McNulty

Sprint Relay
Belinda Lawford
Krystal Neumann
Henry McNulty
Brodie Nankervis

Middle
Vanessa Round
Matt Crane
Matt Doyle

Relay
Belinda Lawford
Natasha Key
Krystal Neumann

Matt Crane
Matt Doyle
Brodie Nankervis

Long
Natasha Key

Matt Crane
Bryan Keely

Congratulations to all team members from Orienteering Victoria.

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