orienteer
noun Etymology: back-formation from orienteering Date: 1965 a person who engages in orienteering

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  • orienteer — ori·en·teer …   English syllables

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  • Martin Johansson (orienteer b. 1984) — Medal record Martin Johansson (Olomouc 2008) Competitor for  Sweden …   Wikipedia

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