NACAC Mountain Running Championships

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NACAC Mountain Running Championships
Sport Mountain running
Founded 2004
Continent North America (NACAC)

The NACAC Mountain Running Championships is an annual Mountain running competition organized by NACAC for athletes representing the countries of its member associations. However, until 2012, only the participation of athletes from Canada, Mexico, and the United States was reported. The event was established in 2004.[1][2]


Year City Country Date
I 2004 Vail, Colorado  United States July 4
II 2005 Vail, Colorado  United States June 4
III 2006 Ajijic, Jalisco  Mexico June 25
IV 2007 Canmore, Alberta  Canada July 28
V 2008 Tepatitlán, Jalisco  Mexico June 15
VI 2009 Mount Cranmore, North Conway, New Hampshire  United States June 28
VII 2010 Canmore, Alberta  Canada July 9
VIII 2011 Ajijic, Jalisco  Mexico July 17
IX 2012 Cypress Mountain, West Vancouver, British Columbia  Canada July 21
X 2013 Mount Cranmore, North Conway, New Hampshire  United States July 21
XI 2014 Ajijic, Jalisco  Mexico July 20


Americans Morgan Arritola and Joe Gray won the women's and men's title respectively at the 2013 championships.[3]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ NACAC Mountain Running Championships: Results, World Mountain Running Association, retrieved March 12, 2013 
  2. ^ NACAC MOUNTAIN RUNNING CHAMPIONSHIPS, Athletics Weekly, retrieved March 12, 2013 
  3. ^ USA sweep medals at NACAC Mountain Running Championships. IAAF (2013-07-22). Retrieved on 2013-07-29.