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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!
Holidays Greetings from IAU Council. Best wished for a joyful holidays season and a happy New Year from IAU Council
New 100 km World Record ratified by IAAF. On September 14th, IAAF ratified the men 100 km World Record 6:09:14 achieved by Nao Kazami (JPN) in Kitami City on 24 June 2018. The previous record 6:13:33 was set by Takahiro Sunada (JPN) on June 21st, 1998 during the same race. The record sustained for 20 years.
2019 IAU 24H World Championship – update. Following discussion that took place during the 2018 IAU Congress on September 7th in Croatia it was confirmed that significant work to secure the 2019 IAU 24H World Championship was done. There are still several aspects to be confirmed so we are not in position to communicate time and place for the potential event host.
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.
2019 IAU 100 km Asia and Oceania Championship. We are sharing updated starting list for the Championship and open race
2019 IAU 100 km Asia and Oceania Championship official results. On November 23rd we witnesses great event in Aqaba, Jordan where Athletes from Asia & Oceania participated in IAU 100 KM Championship for the region. It was double gold for Japan (Hideaki Yamauchi 7:11:42 & Mai Fujisawa 8:20:44.