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IAU 100 km World Championships

IAU 100 km World Championships
Most recent season or competition:
2014 IAU 100 km World Championships
Sport Ultramarathon
Inaugural season 1987
Country Worldwide
Official website http://www.iau-ultramarathon.org/

The IAU 100 km World Championships have been held annually from 1987 to 2012, at different locations, and is organized by the International Association of Ultrarunners (IAU).[1][2] The 2013 and 2014 events, planned for Jeju Island, South Korea,[3] and Daugavpils, Latvia, respectively, were cancelled due to lack of sponsorships. At long last, Championships 2014 were held in Doha, Qatar. The 2015 event is scheduled to take place in Winschoten, the Netherlands.

Editions

Men

# Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1st 1987 Torhout Domingo Catalán Don Ritchie Roland Vuillemenot
2nd 1988 Santander Domingo Catalán Jean-Marc Bellocq Bruno Scelsi
3rd 1989 Rambouillet Bruno Scelsi Bruno Joppen Herbert Cuntz
4th 1990 Duluth Roland Vuillemenot Russell Prince Stefan Fekner
5th 1991 Faenza Valmir Nuñes Roland Vuillemenot Jean-Marc Bellocq
6th 1992 Palamós Konstantin Santalov Domingo Catalán Erik Seedhouse
7th 1993 Torhout Konstantin Santalov Peter Hermanns Cornet Mantonane
8th 1994 Saroma Aleksey Volgin Jaroslaw Janicki Kazimierz Bak
9th 1995 Winschoten Valmir Nuñes Aleksey Volgin Tom Johnson
10th 1996 Moscow Konstantin Santalov Jaroslaw Janicki Aleksey Kruglikov
11th 1997 Winschoten Sergey Yanenko Mikhail Kokorev Andrzej Magier
12th 1998 Shimanto Grigoriy Murzin Igor Tyupin Ravil Kashapov
13th 1999 Chavagnes-en-Paillers Simon Pride Thierry Guichard Takahiro Sunada
14th 2000 Winschoten Pascal Fétizon Dmitriy Radyuchenko Oleg Kharitonov
15th 2001 Cléder Yasufumi Mikami Rich Hanna Pascal Fétizon
16th 2002 Torhout Mario Fattore Igor Tyazhkorov Fermín Martínez
17th 2003 Tainan Mario Fattore Grigoriy Murzin Michael Sommer
18th 2004 Winschoten Mario Ardemagni Jaroslaw Janicki Oleg Kharitonov
19th 2005 Saroma Grigoriy Murzin Jorge Aubeso Tsutomu Sassa
20th 2006 Misari Yannick Djouadi Oleg Kharitonov Denis Zhalybin
21st 2007 Winschoten Shinichi Watanabe Kenji Nakanishi Oleg Kharitonov
22nd 2008 Rome Giorgio Calcaterra Jaroslaw Janicki Miguel Ángel Jiménez
23rd 2009 Torhout Yasukazu Miyazato Jonas Buud Giorgio Calcaterra
24th[4] 2010 Gibraltar Shinji Nakadai Jonas Buud Michael Wardian
25th[5] 2011 Winschoten Giorgio Calcaterra Michael Wardian Andrew Henshaw
26th[6] 2012 Seregno Giorgio Calcaterra Jonas Buud Alberico Di Cecco
2013 cancelled
27th 2014 Doha Max King Jonas Buud José Antonio Requejo

Women

# Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1st 1987 Torhout
Switzerland
Agnes Eberle
Monique Exbrayat Marie-France Plas
2nd 1988 Santander Ann Trason Márta Vass Eleanor Adams
3rd 1989 Rambouillet Katherina Janicke Sigrid Lomsky Hilary Walker
4th 1990 Duluth Eleanor Adams Ann Trason Márta Vass
5th 1991 Faenza Eleanor Adams Nadyezhda Gumerova Márta Vass
6th 1992 Palamós Nurzia Bagmanova Márta Vass Carolyn Hunter-Rowe
7th 1993 Torhout Carolyn Hunter-Rowe Valentina Shatyeyeva Valentina Lyakhova
8th 1994 Saroma Valentina Shatyeyeva Trudi Thomson Irina Petrova
9th 1995 Winschoten Ann Trason Helene Joubert Maria Bak
10th 1996 Moscow Valentina Shatyeyeva Linda Meadows Yelena Sidorenkova
11th 1997 Winschoten Valentina Lyakhova Isabelle Olive Andrzej Magier
12th 1998 Shimanto Carolyn Hunter-Rowe Lilac Flay Maria Venâncio
13th 1999 Chavagnes-en-Paillers Anna Balosáková Martine Cubizolles Oksana Ladyshina
14th 2000 Winschoten Edit Bérces Yelvira Kolpakova Constanze Wagner
15th 2001 Cléder Yelvira Kolpakova Marina Bychkova Monica Casiraghi
16th 2002 Torhout Tatyana Zhyrkova Akiko Sekiya Monica Casiraghi
17th 2003 Tainan Monica Casiraghi Paola Sanna Elke Hiebl
18th 2004 Winschoten Tatyana Zhyrkova Marina Bichkova Monica Casiraghi
19th 2005 Saroma Hiroko Sho Anne Riddle-Lundblad Yoko Yamazawa
20th 2006 Misari Elizabeth Hawker Monica Carlin Hiroko Sho
21st 2007 Winschoten Norimi Sakurai Laurence Fricotteau Hiroko Sho
22nd 2008 Rome Tatyana Zhirkova Kami Semick Monica Carlin
23rd 2009 Torhout Kami Semick Irina Vishnevskaya Monica Caelin
24th[4] 2010 Gibraltar Ellie Greenwood Monica Carlin Lizzy Hawke
25th[5] 2011 Winschoten Marina Bychkova Joanna Zakrzewski Lindsay van Aswegen
26th[6] 2012 Seregno Amy Sproston Kajsa Berg Irina Vishnevskaya
2013 cancelled
27th 2014 Doha Ellie Greenwood Chiyuki Mochizuki Jo Zakrzewski

Medals by country

Men

Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
 Russia 6 7 6 19
 Italy 6 0 2 8
 France 4 3 4 11
 Japan 4 1 2 7
 Spain 2 2 3 7
 Brazil 2 0 0 2
 United States 1 2 3 6
 United Kingdom 1 1 1 3
 Ukraine 1 0 0 1
 Poland 0 4 1 5
 Sweden 0 4 0 4
 Belgium 0 1 0 1
 Netherlands 0 1 0 1
 New Zealand 0 1 0 1
 Germany 0 0 3 3
 Canada 0 0 1 1
 South Africa 0 0 1 1

Women

Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
 Russia 9 5 5 19
 United Kingdom 7 2 5 14
 United States 4 3 0 7
 Japan 2 2 3 7
 Italy 1 3 5 9
 Hungary 1 2 2 5
 Germany 1 1 3 5
 Slovakia 1 1 0 2
  Switzerland
1 0 0 1
 France 0 4 1 5
 South Africa 0 1 1 2
 Australia 0 1 0 1
 New Zealand 0 1 0 1
 Sweden 0 1 0 1
 Brazil 0 0 1 1
 Poland 0 0 1 1

See also

References

  1. ^ "Athletics 100 km World Cup - Men: Individual". sports123.com. Retrieved 27 April 2012. 
  2. ^ "Athletics 100 km World Cup - Women: Individual". sports123.com. Retrieved 25 July 2013. 
  3. ^ "100km IAU World Championships 2013 Cancelled". http://multidays.com. Retrieved 19 February 2014. 
  4. ^ a b "VA's Wardian Earns Bronze, US Men Silver at World 100K". New England Runner. 2010-11-11. Retrieved 2013-11-27. 
  5. ^ a b Powell, Bryon (2011-09-12). "2011 Wasatch 100, 100k World Championship & World Mountain Running Championships Results". iRunFar. Retrieved 2013-11-27. 
  6. ^ a b Powell, Bryon (2012-04-22). "2012 IAU 100k World Championship Results". iRunFar. Retrieved 2013-11-27. 

External links

  • IAU official site
  • IAAF reports: 2010, 2011, 2012
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