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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).
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!
Jordan site visit and press conference for future championship opportunities. IAU President Nadeem Khan visited Jordan and discussed with Saad Al‐Hiyasat, President of Jordanian Athletic Federation (JAF), the possibility to organize an IAU championship in Jordan.
Media Reports from 10th IAU 50km World Trophy FinalThere have been extensive coverage from the 10th IAU 50km World Trophy Final.
Happy Holidays !!!Best wishes for the Holidays and the coming Year from our entire Organisation.
IAU 50km World Trophy Final Post-Race Video The Local Organizng Committee have uploaded the video post race form the IAU 50km World Trophy Final.
IAU Area Representative for the Americas declared!It is our pleasure to declare that after second round of voting the new IAU Area Representative for the Americas is Arturo Fabián Campanini López from Argentina. Fabian was elected for the next two years until 2020 full election. Please join us in congratulation.
Election for IAU Americas Area Representative – candidates. Following last communication published on our website and today’s email sent to respective Federation we would like to announce the list of candidates submitted for the election of the IAU Americas Area Representative.
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.