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2019 Athlete of the Year – nominations. As in previous years we are continuing with the Athletes of the Year process. Year 2019 was a very exciting and at the same time very busy year for the sport of ultrarunning. It was the first time in 35 years of IAU history when we had six championships held in all regions.
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Organization 2019 year end updates. Year 2019 was an outstanding and very busy Championships year for our organization. A Few days ago we shared with you the end year summary from Championship perspective as this was fantastic year for international ultrarunning, with six ultra-distance championships covering all regions. Now we would like to share more about our organization that stands behind those developments and which works all the yearlong to deliver world class events. Our aim is and always was to support Athletes, Federations and organizations.
2019 Athlete of the Year - voting process open. As in previous years we are continuing with the.Athletes of the Year process. Year 2019 was a very exciting and at the same time very busy year for the sport of ultrarunning.
All information on constitution, congress and election can be found here.
Athlete of the Year 2018 - nomination. 2018 was a very exciting year for the sport of ultrarunning. Several championships took place starting with Trail World Championship in Penyagolosa, Spain, followed shortly by the European 24H Championship in Timisoara, Romania, then 100 km World Championship in Sveti Martin na Muri, Croatia and finally Asia & Oceania 24H Championship in Taipei, Taiwan. We witnessed outstanding performances during those races.
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The Winner of the 2019 IAU Athlete of the Year. It is our pleasure to announce that after completion the voting process the 2019 Winners of the IAU Athlete of the Year are Camille Herron (USA) and Aleksandr Sorokin (LTH).
Jan Vandendriessche retires from the IAU Executive Council We would like to inform you that after more than 16 years of service for IAU Jan Vandendriessche decided to retire from his position as IAU director due to personal reasons. His decision will be effective as of November 1st 2020.