Camille Herron is an American ultramarathon runner. She is the first athlete to win all three of the IAU's 50K, 100K, and 24 Hour World Championships. She is the first and only woman to run under 13 hours for 100 miles and to reach 270 km for 24-Hours.
Ala Baydoun. I'm 38 years old. I work for the World Health Organization. I'm so passionate about running, health and nature.
IAU Athlete Interviews & News -Therese Falk (NOR) Therese did her first Ultra marathon back in 2013 which was the Stockholm 50K and since then she has competed at a variety of distances including time based races. Therese took part in the Bislett 24 hour race and she covered a distance of 261.170Km
Kathia Rached is a Physical Education Teacher by day, a runner at all times and a personal trainer in between. She is a member of the Lebanese Athletic Federation and she become the first Lebanese and Arab to join the 4 Deserts Club. Her passion is running ...
Peter van Wijngaarden is an ophthalmologist and medical scientist based in Melbourne Australia. In this podcast he talks about his introduction to the sport of ultra running
Wayne Botha, member of the IAU Communications Committee spoke with the remarkable New Zealand (NZL) 24hr representative Fiona Hayvice
Marina Bychkova (RUS) finished 1st at 100km World Championships (Winschoten) in 7:27:19
Jacek Bedkowski had the chance to interview this remarkable German athlete.
Ellie Greenwood (GBR) finished 1st in the 24th IAU 100km World and European Championships in Gibraltar completing the race in 7:29:05
Susan Harrison finished first at the 2nd IAU 50km World Trophy Final with a time of 3:15:42.
Colleen Makaza finished first at the 2nd IAU 50km World Trophy Final with a time of 2:47:21.