The World Mountain Running Association (WMRA), in concert with the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), has created a system to determine the worldâ€™s best mountain runners. This ranking system will be introduced in the 2018 season.
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The 2018 World Mountain Running Championships will move one day from the originally scheduled date of Saturday, September 15, to Sunday, September 16.
The reason for the change is the 73rd Vuelta a EspaÃ±a 2018 (Tour de Spain), which announced its route and schedule earlier this month.
During the recent WMRA Council meeting in Monaco, regulations for the WMRA/WMA Masters World Mountain Running Championships were discussed and some new policies are now in place. These changes relate to team scoring and course distance.
Just a few days post meeting, Jonathan Wyatt (NZL), president of the WMRA, said, â€œIt was great being a part of what was my first annual WMRA Council Meeting.
We took the chance of being near the IAAF offices to discuss mountain running with them during that weekend and it's exciting to be able to share their co-operation, as well as the ideas WMRA has to help us grow.