IAAF World Race Walking Cup

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The IAAF World Race Walking Cup is a race walking event organized by the International Association of Athletics Federations. It has been held since 1961, and generally on a biennial basis. Women first entered the 1979 edition. It was formerly known as the Lugano Cup after the city that hosted the first event. In 2004, a Junior division was added, consisting of Men and Women which are 19 or younger.

Host cities[edit]

Year City Country
1961 Lugano   Switzerland
1963 Varese  Italy
1965 Pescara  Italy
1967 Bad Saarow  East Germany
1970 Eschborn  West Germany
1973 Lugano   Switzerland
1975 Grand-Quevilly  France
1977 Milton Keynes  United Kingdom
1979 Eschborn  West Germany
1981 Valencia  Spain
1983 Bergen  Norway
1985 St John's, Isle of Man  Isle of Man
1987 New York City  United States
1989 L'Hospitalet  Spain
1991 San Jose  United States
1993 Monterrey  Mexico
1995 Beijing  People's Republic of China
1997 Poděbrady  Czech Republic
1999 Mézidon-Canon  France
2002 Turin  Italy
2004 Naumburg  Germany
2006 La Coruña  Spain
2008 Cheboksary  Russia
2010 Chihuahua  Mexico
2012 Saransk  Russia
2014 Taicang  People's Republic of China

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

20 kilometres[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1961 Ken Matthews
 United Kingdom
1:30:55 Lennart Back
 Sweden
1:32:12 George Williams
 United Kingdom
1:34:02
1963 Ken Matthews
 United Kingdom
1:30:11 Paul Nihill
 United Kingdom
1:33:19 Antal Kiss
 Hungary
1:33:38
1965 Dieter Lindner
 East Germany
1:28:10 Antal Kiss
 Hungary
1:29:09 Gerhard Sperling
 East Germany
1:31:30
1967 Nikolay Smaga
 USSR
1:28:39 Vladimir Golubnichiy
 USSR
1:28:58 Ron Laird
 United States
1:29:13
1970 Hans-Georg Reimann
 East Germany
1:26:55 Vladimir Golubnichiy
 USSR
1:27:22 Peter Frenkel
 East Germany
1:27:33
1973 Hans-Georg Reimann
 East Germany
1:29:31 Karl-Heinz Stadtmüller
 East Germany
1:29:36 Ron Laird
 United States
1:30:45
1975 Karl-Heinz Stadtmüller
 East Germany
1:26:12 Bernd Kannenberg
 West Germany
1:26:20 Peter Frenkel
 East Germany
1:26:54
1977 Daniel Bautista
 Mexico
1:24:02 Domingo Colín
 Mexico
1:24:31 Karl-Heinz Stadtmüller
 East Germany
1:24:51
1979 Daniel Bautista
 Mexico
1:18:49 Boris Yakovlev
 USSR
1:19:46 Nikolay Vinnichenko
 USSR
1:20:05
1981 Ernesto Canto
 Mexico
1:23:52 Roland Wieser
 East Germany
1:24:12 Alessandro Pezzatini
 Italy
1:24:24
1983 Jozef Pribilinec
 Czechoslovakia
1:19:30 Ernesto Canto
 Mexico
1:19:41 Anatoliy Solomin
 USSR
1:19:43
1985 José Marín
 Spain
1:21:42 Maurizio Damilano
 Italy
1:21:43 Victor Mostovic
 USSR
1:22:01
1987 Carlos Mercenario
 Mexico
1:19:24 Viktor Mostovik
 USSR
1:19:32 Anatoliy Gorshkov
 USSR
1:20:04
1989 Frants Kostyukevich
 USSR
1:20:21 Mikhail Shchennikov
 USSR
1:20:34 Yevgeniy Misyulya
 USSR
1:20:47
1991 Mikhail Shchennikov
 USSR
1:20:43 Ernesto Canto
 Mexico
1:20:46 Thierry Toutain
 France
1:20:56
1993 Daniel García
 Mexico
1:24:26 Valentí Massana
 Spain
1:24:32 Alberto Cruz
 Mexico
1:24:37
1995 Li Zewen
 China
1:19:44 Mikhail Shchennikov
 Russia
1:19:58 Bernardo Segura
 Mexico
1:20:32
1997 Jefferson Pérez
 Ecuador
1:18:24 Daniel García
 Mexico
1:18:27 Ilya Markov
 Russia
1:18:30
1999 Bernardo Segura
 Mexico
1:20:20 Yu Guohui
 China
1:20:21 Vladimir Andreyev
 Russia
1:20:29
2002 Jefferson Pérez
 Ecuador
1:21:26 Vladimir Andreyev
 Russia
1:21:50 Alejandro López
 Mexico
1:22:01
2004 Jefferson Pérez
 Ecuador
1:18:42 Robert Korzeniowski
 Poland
1:19:02 Nathan Deakes
 Australia
1:19:11
2006 Paquillo Fernández
 Spain
1:18:31 Jefferson Pérez
 Ecuador
1:19:08 Han Yucheng
 China
1:19:10
2008 Paquillo Fernández
 Spain
1:18:15 CR Valeriy Borchin
 Russia
1:18:21 Eder Sánchez
 Mexico
1:18:34
2010 Wang Hao
 China
1:22:35 Zhu Yafei
 China
1:22:46 Andrey Krivov
 Russia
1:22:54
2012 Wang Zhen
 China
1:19:13 Andrey Krivov
 Russia
1:19:27 Vladimir Kanaykin
 Russia
1:19:43

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

50 kilometres[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1961 Abdon Pamich
 Italy
4:25:38 Don Thompson
 United Kingdom
4:30:35 Åke Söderlund
 Sweden
4:36:48
1963 István Havasi
 Hungary
4:14:25 Ray Middleton
 United Kingdom
4:17:16 Ingvar Pettersson
 Sweden
4:19:11
1965 Christoph Höhne
 East Germany
4:03:14 Burkhard Leuschke
 East Germany
4:06:02 Abdon Pamich
 Italy
4:06:41
1967 Christoph Höhne
 East Germany
4:09:09 Peter Selzer
 East Germany
4:11:40 Aleksandr Shcherbina
 USSR
4:13:07
1970 Christoph Höhne
 East Germany
4:04:36 Veniamin Soldatenko
 USSR
4:09:52 Burkhard Leuschke
 East Germany
4:11:10
1973 Bernd Kannenberg
 West Germany
3:56:51 Otto Barch
 USSR
3:57:11 Christoph Höhne
 East Germany
3:57:26
1975 Yevgeniy Lyungin
 USSR
4:03:42 Gerhard Weidner
 West Germany
4:09:58 Vladimir Svetnikov
 USSR
4:11:31
1977 Raúl González
 Mexico
4:04:16 Pedro Aroche
 Mexico
4:04:55 Paolo Grecucci
 Italy
4:06:27
1979 Martín Bermúdez
 Mexico
3:43:36 Enrique Vera
 Mexico
3:43:59 Viktor Dorovskikh
 USSR
3:45:51
1981 Raúl González
 Mexico
3:48:30 Hartwig Gauder
 East Germany
3:52:18 Sandro Bellucci
 Italy
3:54:57
1983 Raúl González
 Mexico
3:45:37 Sergey Yung
 USSR
3:48:26 Viktor Dorovskikh
 USSR
3:49:47
1985 Hartwig Gauder
 East Germany
3:47:31 Andrey Perlov
 USSR
3:49:23 Axel Noack
 East Germany
3:56:53
1987 Ronald Weigel
 East Germany
3:42:26 Hartwig Gauder
 East Germany
3:42:52 Dietmar Meisch
 East Germany
3:43:14
1989 Simon Baker
 Australia
3:43:13 Andrey Perlov
 USSR
3:44:12 Stanislav Vezhel
 USSR
3:44:50
1991 Carlos Mercenario
 Mexico
3:42:03 Simon Baker
 Australia
3:46:36 Ronald Weigel
 East Germany
3:47:50
1993 Carlos Mercenario
 Mexico
3:50:28 Jesús Ángel García
 Spain
3:52:44 Germán Sánchez
 Mexico
3:54:15
1995 Zhao Yongsheng
 China
3:41:20 Jesús Ángel García
 Spain
3:41:54 Valentin Kononen
 Finland
3:42:50
1997 Jesús Ángel García
 Spain
3:39:54 Oleg Ishutkin
 Russia
3:40:12 Valentin Kononen
 Finland
3:41:09
1999 Sergey Korepanov
 Kazakhstan
3:39:22 Tomasz Lipiec
 Poland
3:40:08 Nikolay Matyukhin
 Russia
3:40:13
2002 Aleksey Voyevodin
 Russia
3:40:59 German Skurygin
 Russia
3:42:08 Tomasz Lipiec
 Poland
3:45:37
2004 Aleksey Voyevodin
 Russia
3:42:44 Yu Chaohong
 China
3:43:47 Yuriy Andronov
 Russia
3:46:49
2006 Denis Nizhegorodov
 Russia
3:38:02 Trond Nymark
 Norway
3:41:30 Yuriy Andronov
 Russia
3:42:38
2008 Denis Nizhegorodov
 Russia
3:34:14 CR Alex Schwazer
 Italy
3:37:04 Trond Nymark
 NOR
3:44:59
2010 Matej Toth
 Slovakia
3:53:30 Horacio Nava
 Mexico
3:54:16 Jared Tallent
 Australia
3:54:55
2012 Sergey Kirdyapkin
 Russia
3:38:08 Igor Erokhin
 Russia
3:38:10 Jared Tallent
 Australia
3:40:32

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

: In 2008, Vladimir Kanaykin from  Russia was initially 2nd and silver medallist in 3:36:55, but disqualified because of doping violations.[1]

Women[edit]

5 kilometres[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1979 Marion Fawkes
 United Kingdom
22:51 Carol Tyson
 United Kingdom
22:59 Thorill Gylder
 Norway
23:08
1981 Siv Gustavsson
 Sweden
22:57 Aleksandra Derevinskaya
 USSR
23:18 Lyudmila Khrushcheva
 USSR
23:26

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

10 kilometres[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1983 Xu Yongjiu
 China
45:14 Natalya Sharipova
 USSR
45:26 Sue Cook
 Australia
45:27
1985 Yan Hong
 China
46:22 Guan Ping
 China
46:23 Olga Krishtop
 USSR
Lilyia Grigoyeva
 USSR
46:24
1987 Olga Krishtop
 USSR
43:22 Irina Strakhova
 USSR
43:35 Jin Bingjie
 China
43:45
1989 Beate Anders
 East Germany
43:08 Kerry Saxby
 Australia
43:12 Ileana Salvador
 Italy
43:12
1991 Irina Strakhova
 USSR
43:55 Graciela Mendoza
 Mexico
44:09 Yelena Sayko
 USSR
44:11
1993 Wang Yan
 China
45:10 Sari Essayah
 Finland
45:18 Yelena Nikolayeva
 Russia
45:22
1995 Gao Hongmiao
 China
42:19 Yelena Nikolayeva
 Russia
42:32 Liu Hongyu
 China
42:49
1997 Irina Stankina
 Russia
41:52 Olimpiada Ivanova
 Russia
41:59 Gu Yan
 China
42:15

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

20 kilometres[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1999 Liu Hongyu
 China
1:27:32 Natalya Fedoskina
 Russia
1:27:35 Norica Cîmpean
 Romania
1:27:48
2002 Erica Alfridi
 Italy
1:28:55 Olimpiada Ivanova
 Russia
1:28:57 Natalya Fedoskina
 Russia
1:28:59
2004 Yelena Nikolayeva
 Russia
1:27:24 Jiang Jing
 China
1:27:34 María Vasco
 Spain
1:27:36
2006 Ryta Turava
 Belarus
1:26:27 Olimpiada Ivanova
 Russia
1:27:26 Irina Petrova
 Russia
1:27:46
2008 Olga Kaniskina
 Russia
1:25:42 CR Tatyana Sibileva
 Russia
1:26:29 Vera Santos
 Portugal
1:28:17
2010 María Vasco
 Spain
1:31:55 Vera Santos
 Portugal
1:32:06 Ines Henriques
 Portugal
1:33:28
2012 Elena Lashmanova
 Russia
1:27:38 Olga Kaniskina
 Russia
1:28:33 María José Poves
 Spain
1:29:10

WR world record | AR area record | CR championship record | GR games record | NR national record | OR Olympic record | PB personal best | SB season best | WL world leading (in a given season)

List of Records of the IAAF World Race Walking Cup[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Ref
20 km 1:18:15 hrs Paquillo Fernández  Spain May 10, 2008 2008 Cheboksary,  Russia [1]
50 km 3:34:14 hrs Denis Nizhegorodov  Russia May 11, 2008 2008 Cheboksary,  Russia [1]
10 km (Junior Event) 39:57 min Aleksey Bartsaykin  Russia May 10, 2008 2008 Cheboksary,  Russia [1]

Women[edit]

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Ref
20 km 1:25:42 hrs Olga Kaniskina  Russia May 11, 2008 2008 Cheboksary,  Russia [1]
10 km (Junior Event) 42:44 min Tatyana Kalmykova  Russia May 10, 2008 2008 Cheboksary,  Russia [1]

Records in defunct events[edit]

Women's events[edit]

Event Record Athlete Nationality Date Meet Ref
5 km 22:51 min Marion Fawkes  United Kingdom September 29/30, 1979 1979 Eschborn,  West Germany [1]
10 km 41:52 min Irina Stankina  Russia April 19, 1997 1997 Poděbrady,  Czech Republic [1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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