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IAU Technical Education. One of our main objectives is to promote and develop long distance running worldwide by encouraging specific activities in each of the IAAF Continental Areas. At the same time IAU is trying to give back to our ultra-running community as much as possible. This is why the IAU Technical Committee will launch the Technical Education in 2019. It will be great opportunity to share our expert experience with you and gives you the chance to become an “IAU Technical Delegate”. All our Technical Delegates need to have been trained as technical officials in their own country up to national standard (i.e. race referee/judge for national championships) or Race Directors with experience in IAU Label Races.
2019 IAU 24 H World Championship – Official Results. Camille Herron (USA) and Aleksandr Sorokin (LTH) are the 2019 IAU 24H World Champions. In the Team competition USA took gold for both Women and Men with combined distance of 746.132 km and 799.754 km respectively. For Camille Herron with 270.116 km it was the World Best Performance (awaiting ratification) and for Aleskandr Sorokin new National Best (awaiting ratification) with 278.972 km.
2019 IAU 100 km Americas Championship GIS. The 2019 IAU 100 km Americas Championships was granted to Sao Paulo, Brazil. The Championships will take place on 27th July 2019. All the IAU Member Federations that are eligible to take part of this continental championship have just been sent the invitations, entry forms (Preliminary Entry Form and Final Entry Form) and General Information Sheet (GIS).
2019 IAU 50 Km World Championship – GIS published. On September 1st 2019 the IAU 50 km World Championship will take place in Brasov, Romania. All the IAU Member Federations have just been sent the invitations, entry forms (Preliminary Entry Form and Final Entry Form) and General Information Sheet (GIS) for the World Championships.
2019 IAU Trail World Championship – race repor. On June 8th 2019 the IAU Trail World Championship took place in Mirandha do Corvo, Portugal. Athletes from 53 nations compete on beautiful but difficult 44.2 km trail course (2 120 m of elevation gain and 1 970 of elevation loss). Technical terrain as well as steep climbs and challenging descents, all this was waiting for runners.
Preliminary Entry Forms for 100km World Champs. The Preliminary Entry Forms (PEF) for the 100km World Champs have steadily been coming in to the IAU.
Rochotte, French Journalist Passes Away. It is with a very heavy heart we inform our readers that Christophe Rochotte, French journalist with Vo2 passed away yesterday covering the 24 Hour French Championships.
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.
IAU trail champs: It was still pitch black as the 268 championship athletes gathered on the banks of Lake Annecy in the funnel leading to the start. The first part of the route was lit suddenly by flares just before the gun went at 03.30 in the morning and the array of headlamps were soon moving off fast into the dark along the paths around the Lake before taking off for the first summit of the day.