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5th IAU Trail World Championships - at the finish! These currently are provisional results:- The first male finishers. France with Sylvain Court and Patrick Bringer took the Gold and Bronze medals with Lui Alberto-Hernando from Spain breaking the French stranglehold in silver. France have taken the Team Gold. The three medallists for the Ladies race have also now finished with France taking First and second - Nathalie Mauclair and Caroline Chaverot. Maite Mayora of Spain was in bronze position.
5th IAU Trail World Championships – as events unfold. Half way point As both the leading men and ladies have passed through the half way refreshment point (42K) at Doussard, France and Spain are dominating the field.
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.
Chiang Mai, Thailand will host the inaugural World Mountain & Trail Running Championships on 11-14 November 2021.
5th IAU Trail World Championships 13K to go: Here at the final refreshment station, the shade in the sportshall is welcome as both the temperature and the pace are hotting up. We have had the first runners through – The lead has swopped between France and Spain with further French runners closely following, GBR and ISL are also in the top ten. France are leading in the team event with USA in second Spain and GBR are hotly contesting third.
Ultrarunning Across the Continents --- Pick Your Surface! Ultrarunning has come a long way from its humble beginnings. Some claim that we can trace the origin of the sport to the times of the Homo species as it started exploring this new form of travel.
We have uploaded the preliminary results of the 2017 Trail World Championships
Trail running is completely different, as you run on any unpaved surface.
Wayne Botha, member of the IAU Communications Committee spoke with the remarkable New Zealand (NZL) 24hr representative Fiona Hayvice
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.