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Ian Cornelius passed away It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Ian Cornelius from Australia. On behalf of the IAU we would like to express our sincere condolences to Ian’s family, friends and all those who knew him. Ian was known to many in the Australian and International ultra running community. He had an incredible passion for the sport and was devoted to encouraging others to participate.
(Update August 18) Final results file for the IAU 24H World Championships, Belfast
Continental Records – provisional list of records. Following on from our last communication on Continental Records we would like to take a step forward and share with you the outcome of the work done so far on this initiative. As communicated earlier the goal is to absolute the Continental Records for 24H, 50K and 100K ensuring that they are all up to date. We as an organization believe that this is a great opportunity to further develop ultra-running not only globally but also in the localized regions.
Documents for Continental Championships: Americas. 2016 will see 24 Hour Continental Championships and 2017 will set the stage for 100km Continental Championships.
IAU Podcast Following growing expectations and development on IAU social platforms we are very happy to share with you IAU Podcast. More than any other content format podcasting is the type of content you can consume while also doing something else. That’s why we are sharing this platform with you.
2019 IAU 100 km Asia and Oceania Championship - GIS. The 2019 IAU 100 km Asia and Oceania Championship will take place in Aqaba, Jordan on 23th of November 2019. It’s the pleasure of the IAU, the LOC and the Jordan Athletics Federation, to invite your federation to send athletes to the above Championships in November 2019.
Ishikawa and Bereznowska win at the 12th IAU 24 Hour World Championships.The 12th IAU 24 Hour World Championships took place on July 1-2 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Yoshihiko Ishikawa (JPN) and Patrycja Bereznowska (POL) won the individual titles with distances of 267.566km and 258.339km respectively. Bereznowska´s distance is a World´s Best Performance pending ratification. Japan won the men´s team title and United States of America won the women´s team title.
2019 IAU 24 H World Championship – provisional results. The 2019 IAU 24H World Championships took place on 26th – 27th October in Albi, France. It was the biggest championship so far with recorded 45 Member Federation participated in the event. Camille Herron from USA (270,116 km – World Best Performance) and Aleksandr Sorokin from Lithuania (278,973– Lithuanian Best Performance) won the Championship. USA took gold for both Women and Men Team Championships.
Jordan site visit and press conference for future championship opportunities. IAU President Nadeem Khan visited Jordan and discussed with Saad Al‐Hiyasat, President of Jordanian Athletic Federation (JAF), the possibility to organize an IAU championship in Jordan.