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2019 IAU Executive Council Meeting. The IAU Executive Council Meeting is held yearly in January in Monaco. In 2019 from 11 to 12 January the Council had opportunity to meet and discuss several topics. Here are few of them that we would like to share the key information with you so you can see what where the IAU is aiming for in the future as a worldwide organisation.
Continental Records – provisional list of records. Following on from our last communication on Continental Records we would like to take a step forward and share with you the outcome of the work done so far on this initiative. As communicated earlier the goal is to absolute the Continental Records for 24H, 50K and 100K ensuring that they are all up to date. We as an organization believe that this is a great opportunity to further develop ultra-running not only globally but also in the localized regions.
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.
Continental Records Nadeem Khan, IAU President emphasize several times on having the opportunity to further develop ultra-running not only global but in the regions as well. The IAU Records Committee proposed new initiative to have continental records.
IAU forms a Communication Committee. Communication is one of the foremost avenues for us to get through to our readers and ultrarunning enthusiasts!
IAU Para-Athletes CommitteeFollowing our vision “Global opportunities for full and equal participation and quality competition in ultradistance races for all athletes from every athletic federation. Fair and professional governance of the sport” we wish to address our commitments towards all athletes.
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.
IAU Para-Athletes Committee - members. Following our initial announcement regarding IAU Para-Athletes Committee we are delighted to share with you some updates. The Committee is growing and we are now having 4 members.
IAU Career Award Committee Members Announced. Recently we had announced establishing an IAU Career Award to be presented to individuals who have worked tirelessly promoting the sport.
The Winners of the Career Award. . Christophe Rochotte, Norman Wilson