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2019 IAU 24 Hour World Championship – updated starting list. Updated starting List for The Championships (version from 27 Sep 2019)
King and Greenwood Voted as IAU Athletes of the Year 2014. The IAU Athletes of the Year have been announced.
Athletics Federation of India (AFI) submitted a bid to host two continental ultra running championships in Bengaluru in 2020 & 2021. Athletics Federation of India has expressed interest to host two continental championships in the next couple of years for which bids have already been submitted. Nadeem Khan, IAU President and Rober Boyce, IAU Vice-President had their first official visit in India to assess the possibility for the Federation to become the host of the IAU event. With support of NEB Sports, India has bid for hosting the IAU 24 Hour Asia & Oceania Championships in 2020 and the IAU 100 Km Asia and Oceania Championships in 2021, which is being discussed during this visit.
Dates for 50km World Championships 2015. As has been announced previously we are introducing the 50 World Championships format this year. The inaugural set of championships 2015-2017 will be taking place in Doha, Qatar.
IAU Career Award 2020 It is with great pleasure that we announce the recipients for the International Association of Ultrarunners career award for 2020 to Ian Cornelius and Andy Milroy.
IAU 24H World and European Championships, Turin, 11/12th April 2015. New GIS and message from FIDAL 4th April 2015 . All the team managers will have received the following email from FIDAL yesterday evening about the latest arrangements and all teams have now been allocated their hotel in Turin.
Hungarian Ultrarunning 6H Championship. The Hungarian 6H Championship was held in Szekszárd on 10th March 2019. This IAU Bronze Labelled Race also included an open race (6H) and 50 km as well. In the Womens Race Bleier-Cseke Lilla was a convincing winner with a distance of 77.059 km and the Men’s Race was won by Halama Levente with a distance of 81.145 km. The open race provided good competition with a fantastic performance by Gábor Muhari covering a distance of 86.485 km and the leading female in the open race Krisztina Ruscsák achieved a distance of 78.909 km. The 50 km race was won by Zsófia Malatinszky Zsófia with time 3:34:13