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  • WORLD CUP VIDEO REVIEW

    WORLD CUP VIDEO REVIEW

    A video review from 2018 is presented for you to enjoy.  With five great race events in five different countries we are able to show for the very first time a summary of this years events where the WMRA took a video crew to 4 out of these 5 race events.  Video here..
  • World Championships 2019 - Preview from K42 2018

    World Championships 2019 - Preview from K42 2018

    The warmup for the 2019 World Mountain Running Long Distance Championships took place during the past weekend.  Get a feel for the event by reading the press review below and get inspired by seeing the photos: 
  • Puppi and Murigi Lead Current Athlete World Rankings

    Puppi and Murigi Lead Current Athlete World Rankings

    In close battles on both the mens and womens sides, Francesco Puppi and Lucy Wamburi Murigi are currently atop the leaderboards in the Mountain Running World Rankings.
  • World Cup Final race results from WC5 - Smarna Gora

    World Cup Final race results from WC5 - Smarna Gora

    The Norwegian Johan Bugge today showed all how to perform strongly at the Smarna Gora. It was the final act of the mountain running World Cup and didn't disappoint the high expectations. This morning on the hill of Saint Mary in the north of the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana over 160 athletes competed on 10 km of trails that had two challenging climbs interrupted by a short but steep and technical descent. This part once again made a big difference to the result.
  • World Cup FINAL - Slovenia and the race of the falling leaves

    World Cup FINAL - Slovenia and the race of the falling leaves

    'The 39th edition of the Smarna Gora signals the end to the World Cup season in 2018 with a great international line up. 19 countries represented.' It’s become a tradition that with the falling leaves of autumn mountain runners descend on a small village on the outskirts of Ljubljana in Slovenia. It is the 5th and final race in the 2018 World Cup of Mountain Running with 19 countries represented so athletes still have a chance to improve their World Cup position as well as their World ranking.
  • 2018 Mountain Running World Cup - Hochfelln Berglauf

    2018 Mountain Running World Cup - Hochfelln Berglauf

    After 45 years the Adelholzen Hochfelln Mountain Race honoured its reputation as an historic bastion of the pure mountain running tradition. The course of 9km with 1074m of climb doesn't offer any rest and while it might be short in distance it is very difficult especially at the end of a long season!
  • World Cup Round 4 Race Preview

    World Cup Round 4 Race Preview

    45th International Hochfelln Mountain Race WORLD CUP ROUND 4 World Champion Lucy Wambui Murigi from Kenya makes her first appearance at Hochfelln with her compatriot Geoffrey Gikuni Ndunga one of the favourites in the men’s race.

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