2023 IAU 24H World Championships Provisional Results

Women IndividualMen IndividualTeam

Miho Nakata from Japan and Aleksandr Sorokin from Lithuania are 2023 IAU 24H World Champions. Miho set new IAU 24H World Record 270.363 km (subject to ratification). For Sorokin this is a second World title in a row as he was World Champion in 2019 as well. This was 3rd time when he did over 300 km in 24H race. 

This year the IAU World Championships were dominated by European countries. Out of 8 countries that won medals there were 7 countries from Europe and only Japan being the country outside Europe.

Two gold for Lithuania, gold, silver and bronze for Poland, gold and silver for Japan, silver and bronze for Ukraine, and one bronze for Czech Republic as well as for Great Britain & Norther Ireland.

In addition there are number of national records as well set during the Championships. 


Medalists and provisional results.

Women individually

1. NAKATA MIHO (JPN) 270.363 km

2. SHEVCHENKO OLENA (UKR) 254.463 km


Men individually

1. Sorokin Aleksandr (LTU) 301.790 km

2. Zisimopoulos Fotios (GRE) 292.254 km

3. Tkachuk Andrii (UKR) 284.540 km

Women Team

1. Poland 726.552 km

2. Japan 702.911 km

3. Czech Republic 697.275 km


Men Team

1. Lithuania 813.368 km

2. Poland 787.964 km

3. Great Britain and Northern Ireland 771.794 km



Jacek Bedkowski

IAU Director of Communication


2023 IAU 24H World Championships Provisional Results

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