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Live Updates IAU 50km World Championships 
This is your location for Live Updates on this site. 

10:05pm We finish the live update from the race site. You can follow the rest of the race through the live timing http://live.sporthive.com/event/2119/Live


09:30pm Women´s race results: 1st Risper Kimaiyo (KEN), 2nd Nele Alder-Baerens (GER), 3rd Amy Clements (GBR)

09:27pm 3rd place for women´s race is Amy Clemens from Great Britain

09:26pm:  2nd place for women´s race is Nele Alder-Baerens from Germany 

09:25pm  Risper Kimaiyo from Kenya is the Female IAU World Champion 2016 

09:21pm Women´s race is about to finish. 

09:15pm Corrected results for Men´s Race: 1st Migliozzi, 2nd Tyler, 3rd Makaza

09:05pm Women´s race after 45km: Kimaiyo (03:01:04), Clements (+00:03:49), Alder-Baerens (+00:04:10)

09:02 Women´s race: After 45km Risper Kimaiyo is first with time 03:01:04

09:00pm: Men´s race results: 1st Migliozzi- USA (02:54:02), 2nd Sengers-NED (+00:01:51), 3rd Tyler- USA (+00:02:01) 

08:54pm Anthony Migliozzi is the World Champion for IAU 50km 2016.   

08:52pm We will know soon the new World Champion for the IAU 50 km in men´s race. 

08:50pm Anthony Migliozzi is about to finish the men´s race. He is first after 47.5km.!!

08:45pm Women´s race: Kimaiyo (02:39:20), Clements (+00:04:31), Alder-Baerens (+00:04:39)

08:43pm Men´s race after 45km: Migliozzi (02:36:02), Makaza (+00:01:55), Andrews (+00:01:56)

08:40pm Risper Kimaiyo from Kenya is first after 40km for women´s race

08:37pm Women´s race: After 37.5km,  Kimaiyo (02:28:43), Alder-Baerens (+00:04:40 ), Clements (+00:04:41) 

08:30pm Men´s race after 42.5 km Collen Makaza is second and Tyler Andrews third 

08:28pm Men´s Anthony Migliozzi is leading after 42.5km (02:27:16)

08:25pm Women´s race: After 35km Risper Kimaiyo is leading (02:18:18) and Nele Alder-Baerens follows (+00:04:29)

08:20pm Men´s race Anthony Migliozzi is leading the race after 40km (02:18:35)

08:17pm Women´s race: After 32.5km Risper Kimaiyo is first (02:07:57) and second Deborah Dabung (+00:04:08)

08:13pm After 37.5 km Anthony Migliozzi is first with time 02:09:59

08:11pm: Women´s race: Risper Kimaiyo is leading after 32.5km with time 02:07:57

08:07pm Women´s race:  Risper Kimaiyo is first after 30 km (01:57:38) and and Debora Dabung follows (+00:02:59) 

08:05pm Men´s race: Anthony Migliozzi and Collen Makasa are leading after 35km

08:02pm Women´s race: Risper Kimaiyo is first after 30km with time 01:37:58

08:00pm: Men´s race: the time for Collen Makasa after 32.5km  is 01:53:12 

07:58pm: Women´s race, after 27.5km Kimaiyo, Dabung and Alder-Baerens in the first three places 

07:55pm: Men´s race: After 32.5 km Collen Makasa and Tayler Andrews are leading the race

07:52pm: Women´s race: After 27.5km Risper Kimaiyo is leading the race with time 01:47:23

07:50pm: Men´s race: After 30km Tayler Andrews is leading the race with time 01:44:34

07:40pm Men leaders after 11 loops 

07:38pm Women´s Race: Deborah Dabung is leading after 25km with time 01:37:16

07:36pm Deborah Dabung is the first after 22.5km with time 01:26:52

07:33pm Tayler Andrews (USA) is first after 25km with time 01:27:08  

07:31pm:  Wonen´s race after 9 loops (22.5k) are Deborah Dabung and Risper Kimaiyo

07:28pm Men´s race: Leaders aftter 10 loops (25km) are Tyler Andrews, Collen Makasa and Anthony Migliozzi 

07:25pm  Men´s race: Usa and Zimbabwe are leading the race after 9 loops (22.5km)

07:23pm: Women´s race:  Khishigsaikhan Galbadrakh and Petra Pastorova are now leading after 8 loops (20km)

07:18pm: Men´s race: Tyler Andrews, Collen Makasa and Anthony Migliozzi are leading after 8 loops (20km)

07:14pm: Men´s race after 8 loops (20km) Tayler Andrews (USA) with time 01:09:46 

07:09pm Women´s race after 7 loops (17.5km) Kimaiyo Risper (01:06:38) 

07:07pm Men´s leader after 7 loops (17.5 km) is Anthony Migliozzi (01:01:05)

07:03pm Women´s race: Athletes from Nigeria, Kenya and Mongolia are leading the race after 6 loops (15km)

07:00pm Men´s race: Athletes from Zimbabwe, Kenya and Japan are leading the race after 6 loops (15km)

6:58pm: Women´s race Nigeria is leading after 6 loops (15km) with her athlete Dabung Deborah (00:56:43)

6:53pm: Zimbabwe is leading the Men´s reace after 6 loops (15km) with her athlete Collen Makasa

6:46pm: Wowen race, Dabung Deborah is leading after 5 loops (12.5 km) with time 00:46:40 followed by Kimayo Risper +00:00:39

6:44pm: Men leaders after 5 loops (12.5km) are Makasa Collen (time 00:43:14) and three seconds behind Samuel Ongeki 

6:37pm: Wowen leaders after 4 loops (10km) are Badung Deborah and Kimayo Risper

6:35pm: Men leaders after 4 loops (10km) are Makasa Collen and Dombojema Zivanai Portpher

6:30pm Women leaders after 3 loops (7.5 km) are: Badung Deborah and Kimayo Risper  

6:27pm Men leaders after 3 loops (7.5km) are: Makasa Collen and Nao Kazami 

6:25pm Men leaders after 2 loops (5km) are:  Makasa Collen and Dombojema Zivanai Portpher

6:19pm: Women leaders after 2 loops (5km) are: Badung Deborah and Kimayo Risper

6:17pm Men leaders of the first loop (2.5km) are : Makasa Collen, Dombojema Zivanai Portpher and  Sharabutu Philips

6:00pm The Race has just started! Good luck to all participants!!

5:58pm: two more minutes for the race!!

5:55pm: Athletes are getting ready to the start line! 5 more minutes before the start of the race.

5:50pm: Ten more minutes before the start of the race. Everyone is getting ready for the big race.

5:45pm: ten more minutes for the athletes to proceed to the Call Room

5:40pm: 20 minutes to go for the start of the IAU 50 km World Championchips
 
5:30pm All international athletes please proceed to the Call Room to check their uniform and equipment

5:25pm: 35 minutes before the start of the IAU 50 km World Championchips 

5:13pm: Athetes call to check their uniform and equipment from 5:30pm until 5:55pm at the Call Room

4:50pm: Spectators started arriving to the venue. Everyone is getting ready to attend the start.

4:46pm: The weather is a little bit warm and the athletes will prepare themselves accordingly.

4:37pm: Welcome to the Live Updates from the race site. You can follow the race via live timing at

Live Timing: http://live.sporthive.com/event/2119/Live 






Nadeem Khan
Director of Communciations
nadeem.khan@iau-ultramarathon.org



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