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World Cup Race #7 - Smarna Gora

Race #7
Smarna Gora

  • Smarna Gora

  • Smarna Gora

    Date: 12th October 2019
    Race:
    10km
    Altitude Gain:
    710m+/350m-
    Location:  Ljubljana, Slovenia
    Contact: Tomo Sarf
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Race Information: It all began in 1979. These were the years when many sportive and recreational events started. Right before reaching the independence of Slovenia in 1991 the first Record of ҆marna gora was organised with a more comprehensive organisational scheme. A perfect organisation was the reason for National championship in mountain running in 1992. With placing into the competition calendar of the international association for mountain runs in the end of 1990's the Run got its firm support to be recognised internationally which reached its climax at the 25th anniversary in 2004 with the finals of the WMRA Grand Prix and being granted the prestigious status



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World Cup Race #6 - Drei-Zinnenlauf

Race #6
Drei-Zinnenlauf

  • Drei-Zinnenlauf

  • Salomon Gore Tex Maxi Race

    Date: 14th September 2019
    Race:
    16.5km
    Altitude Gain:
    1350+
    Location:  Sexten (Sesto), Italy
    Contact: Marina
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S√ľdtirol Drei Zinnen Alpine Run
17,5 km & 1.350 Höhenmeter

Tausend L√§uferinnen und L√§ufer aus rund 20 Nationen f√ľhrt der S√ľdtirol Drei Zinnen Alpine Run durch die einzigartige Bergkulisse der Sextner Dolomiten, Dolomiten UNESCO Weltnaturerbe, hinauf ins Ziel auf 2.405 m √ľber dem Meeresspiegel vor die weltbekannten Drei Zinnen.

S√ľdtirol Drei Zinnen Alpine Run
17,5 km & 1.350 m di altitudine

Un migliaio di atleti, provenienti da 20 nazioni, corrono nello scenario mozzafiato delle Dolomiti di Sesto, Patrimonio Mondiale UNESCO, sino a 2.405 m di altitudine, sotto lo sguardo fiero delle Tre Cime.

S√ľdtirol Drei Zinnen Alpine Run
17,5 km & 1,350 m of difference in altitude

Every year the S√ľdtirol Drei Zinnen Alpine Run takes thousand of runners from around 20 countries through the unique mountain scenery of the Sesto Dolomites, UNESCO World Heritage, up to the finish line at 2,450 m above sea level in front of the world-famous Three Peaks.



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World Cup Race #5 - Sierre-Zinal

Race #5
Sierre-Zinal

  • Sierre-Zinal

  • Sierre-Zinal

    Date: 11th August 2019
    Race:
    31 km
    Altitude Gain:
    2200+ and 1100m-
    Location:  Sierre, Switzerland
    Contact: Race Office
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The Sierre-Zinal Race, also known as the Five 4000s Race, because of the view to 5 peaks above 4000 metres in altitude visible from parts of the track. Sierre-Zinal, is located in the heart of the Valais Alps of Switzerland and always brings a very competitive field of runners. The course starts in the Valais valley nearby the town of Sierre and climbs steeply and long up to small mountain villages along the course before dropping steeply in the final 4km to finish at the village of Zinal.



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World Cup Race #3 - Grossglocknerlauf

Race #3
Grossglocknerlauf 12.7km

  • Grossglocknerlauf

  • Grossglocknerlauf

    Date: 14th July 2019
    Race: 12.7
    km
    Altitude Gain:
    1494+
    Location:  Heiligenblut, Austria
    Contact: Julius
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Race Information: The selective route (12,67 km) of the famous Grossglockner Mountain Run leads through all alpine vegetation sections. After the start in Heiligenblut the run follows the river M√∂ll. After passing the alpine mountain huts a first highlight is the famous Briccius chapel. After passing the "Trogalm" the athlets enter the area of the Nationalpark Hohe Tauern. The "Pasterze", the longest glacier in the Eastern Alps is the next highlight. The final climb of 900 meters challenges the competitors, but the stunning Grossglockner view, and the cheering crowd at the finish lines excuse anything. The total elevation gain is 1.494 meters. The Grossglockner Mountain Race is limited to 1.200 participants.



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World Cup of Mountain Running by the World Mountain Running Association in partnership with IAAF

"Every runner can come and join us and enjoy these great events in some of the most beautiful mountain scenery - come and run the World Cup."
Jonathan Wyatt.

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