IAU 100 km World Championships

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IAU 100 km World Championships
Most recent season or competition:
2012 IAU 100 km World Championships
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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. The 2015 event is scheduled to take place in Torino, Italy.

Editions[edit]

Men[edit]

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

Women[edit]

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

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  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. 

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