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2016 Trail World Championships in Portugal. It is with great pleasure we announce the 2016 Trail World Championships will take place in Geres, Portugal. Race date has been set on 29th October 2016.
Belfast to Host 24 Hour World Championships in 2017. Belfast has been selected to host the next 24 Hour World Championships in 2017.
Badia Prataglia to host Trail World Championships in 2017. It is with pleasure we announce that Badia Prataglia will host the Trail Wolrd Championships in 2017.
IAU 50km World Championships 2016. As it had been announced earlier that Doha, Qatar will be the host of the IAU 50km World Championships from 2015-2017.
2018 IAU 24H European Championship - measurement of the course. It is our great pleasure to share with you the official measurement of the course for the 2018 IAU 24 Hour European Championships. The race will take place on May 26-27, 2018 in Timisoara, Romania, in “Ion Creanga” Children’s Park (address: 20, Bulevardul Revolutiei din 1989).
2018 IAU Trail World Championship - pre race report. The International Association of Ultrarunners (IAU) and the International Trail Running Association (ITRA) are proud to present the 2018 World Trail Championships, organized by the Penyagolosa Trails HG and the Real Federación Española de Atletismo and taking place in Spain in Castellón from May 10th to May 13th 2018.
Virtual IAU Executive Council Meeting – January 2021
2021 IAU 100 Km Asia and Oceania Championship to be held in Bengaluru, India. 2021 IAU 100 km Asia and Oceania Championships is granted to Bengaluru, India. The 100 km event is scheduled for 5th September 2021.
Press conference in Brasov for 2019 IAU 50 km World Championship and informal discussion in Timisoara before S24H race. It was a busy weekend in Romania. Nadeem Khan, the President of IAU participated in two events in Romania. First on September 21st as speaker during an informal discussion before S24H race in Timisoara and on the following day, September 22nd, he took part of the press conference in Brasov.
2018 IAU Career Awards The IAU Career award has been established since 2014 to recognize for tireless ultrarunning enthusiasts who have worked long and hard to increase the profile of national and international ultrarunning. This prestigious honour recognizes the hard work and dedication in developing and promoting the sport over the years. We are committed to honouring the individuals who have paved the way of the sport for the future. It is our great pleasure to announce that we awarded two individuals with the IAU Career Award. The Award went to Donald Alexander Ritchie [GBR] (passed away in June 2018) and Jürgen Schoch [GER]. The awards will be presented at the earliest convenience.