In our next athlete article Kasie Enman takes a look at the topic of sustainability from an athlete perspective. She urges fellow athletes to use their platforms to advocate for the causes they believe in.
We waited a very long time for the World Cup to come around again, but now it seems to be flying past very quickly. It’s hard to believe that we’re already four races in, and what an exciting four races it’s been. We thought we’d bring you a quick update on what’s been happening so far and who’s leading in the points.
This year’s WMRA World Cup is more international than ever, with races in 12 locations in 8 countries. Poland is making its debut as a World Cup destination in 2021 but it’s definitely making a good impression. It was the destination for stage 1 at Tatra Race Run and now stage 4 at Tatra SkyMarathon.
For the 4th round of the World Cup we head back to the Tatra Mountains in Poland for Tatra SkyMarathon. This is our next long distance mountain race, at 40km with 3,300m of ascent!
Our latest athlete post comes from Fujio Miyachi, who tells us about the challenges and rewards associated with being a Japanese athlete travelling to mountain running races in Europe and beyond.
The mountain running world championship for participants aged 35 and over will take place – a year later than planned – as part of the Schlickeralmlauf in the village of Telfes in the Stubai Valley.
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