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News: 30 June 2020

IAU Technical Education completed for 2019

IAU Technical Education completed for 2019. One of our main objectives is to promote and develop long distance running worldwide by encouraging specific activities in each of the World Athletics 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 completed set of IAU Technical Education.

News: 31 July 2020

IAU Website re-launch

In the last congress in 2018 we specifically mentioned that IAU Website is the starting point for all information and will remain our focus. This is why we were working on website redesign.

News: 30 June 2020

Updates from Record Committee

Updates from Record Committee In the last few months IAU Record Committee worked on several projects. There was a need to updated documentation that is associated with records application. In addition new list of Continental Best Performances were established, following IAU Council Members approval in Brasov, Romania.

Fiona Hayvice (NZL)

Wayne Botha, member of the IAU Communications Committee spoke with the remarkable New Zealand (NZL) 24hr representative Fiona Hayvice

News: 30 June 2020

IAU 2019 year-end round up

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.

News: 30 June 2020

2018 IAU Asia& Oceania 24H Championship - race report

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.

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