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Om Die Dam 50k Live Coverage. The Om Die Dam 50k is a IAU gold label event on the 50 km distance. It has been held for 29 years, and has been a label for around 10 years. The race will start in the morning on Saturday, March 16th 2019 from 5:30 am South Africa Standard Time (GMT+2).
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
2019 IAU Trail World Championship – update note and pre-race report. We hereby inform you of the changes that have occurred to the Trail World Championships due to climatic events: Technical Meeting - will be on June 7 (Friday) at 8:30 am. Opening Ceremony - will be on June 7 (Friday) at 11 am. Press Conference - will be on June 6 (Thursday) at 6 pm.
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.
Paraguay become IAU Member. It is our great pleasure to welcome Paraguay as new IAU Member. All required documentation were finalised and signed last week. We will be more than happy to welcome Athletes from Paraguay to our future Championships.
On 14 July a delegation from the RUN board met with 2 members of the IAU, Liesbeth Jansen Director of Organisations, Jan Vandendriessche Director of Labelling and technical delegate Adri Stevens.
2019 IAU 24 Hour World Championship – PEF completed. We are getting closer to 2019 IAU 24H World Championships that will take place on 26th-27th October in Albi, France. The Preliminary Entry Forms were provided by Member Federations to the LOC, this means we can now share some interesting facts.
2019 IAU 50 Km World Championship – provisional results. Brasov has witnessed a string of extraordinary performances at IAU 50KM World Championships! It was the first time when the 50 km World Championship was held in Europe. Alyson Dixon from United Kingdom and Iraitz Arrospide from Spain are new World Champions. Alyson won with an amazing time of 3:07:20, and Iraitz Arrospide won with 02:47:42!
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.
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.