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Chiang Mai, Thailand will host the inaugural World Mountain & Trail Running Championships on 11-14 November 2021.
Press release 1/2022 Thailand was granted the opportunity to organize the event by WMTRC partnership, composed of the World Mountain Running Association, International Association of Ultrarunners and International Trail Running Association, with the coordination of World Athletics
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.
Cancellations: IAU 24H World Championships, Romania 2-3rd October 2021 & WMA 24H World Championships, Romania 2-3rd October 2021, IAU 50K World Championships, Chinese Taipei, 31st October 2021.
13 September, the World Mountain and Trail Running Championships 2023 (WMTRC 2023) were presented to the Media. It will take place in Innsbruck and Stubai, which will make Tyrol the international centre for mountain and trail running. The press conference held at Villa Blanka in Innsbruck.
IAU 2019 year-end round up. December sees the closure of another fantastic year for international ultrarunning, with six ultra-distance championships reflecting the high calibre of athletes that dominate our sport.
Austria, team results from 2021 IAU 6H Virtual Global Solidarity Weekend
Jacek Bedkowski had the chance to interview this remarkable German athlete.
2018 IAU 24H Asia & Oceania Championship race reportJapan dominated 2018 IAU 24 hour Asia & Oceania Championship. Yuri Matsumoto (219.112 km) and Yoshihiko Ishikawa (253.420 km) both from Japan took home gold medals in individual competition. They lead both teams for double gold medals at Team competition with Women aggregated result of 620.181 km and Men 752.474 km. This was fantastic event.