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Sergey Korepanov from Kazakhstan won a resounding victory in the men’s 50km race in Deauville-Mézidon today and clocked the fifth fastest time ever recorded for the distance on the road in the process: 3:39:22.
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Korepanov wins 50km in Mezidon in fifth fastest time ever

Sergey Korepanov from Kazakhstan won a resounding victory in the men’s 50km race in Deauville-Mézidon today and clocked the fifth fastest time ever recorded for the distance on the road in the process: 3:39:22. ... Read More

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Hongyu Liu misses world best by two seconds in textbook finish

report from the women's 20km race in Deauville Mezidon.... Read More

World 20km record holder (track) Bernardo Segura was a convincing winner of the first race of the 19th IAAF World Race Walking Cup in Mézidon-Deauville
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Segura crushes the competition in the men's 20km at the IAAF World Race Walking Cup

World 20km record holder (track) Bernardo Segura was a convincing winner of the first race of the 19th IAAF World Race Walking Cup in Mézidon-Deauville... Read More

Two women share the world 20K best time of 1:27:30 and both are among the entries for the first ever IAAF World Cup women's race at this distance.
Previews

Preview of the women's 20km race at the 1999 IAAF World Race Walking Cup

Two women share the world 20K best time of 1:27:30 and both are among the entries for the first ever IAAF World Cup women's race at this distance. ... Read More

The 19th edition of the IAAF World Racing Walking Cup - which takes place in Deauville-Mezidon (France) this weekend - is set to be the biggest ever. No fewer than 57 countries, a massive increase on the 45 who signed up for the previous edition, have entered teams for this showpiece event of the race walkers’ calendar.
Previews

Record Field for Deauville-Mezidon

The 19th edition of the IAAF World Racing Walking Cup - which takes place in Deauville-Mezidon (France) this weekend - is set to be the biggest ever. No fewer than 57 countries, a massive increase on the 45 who signed up for the previous edition, have entered teams for this showpiece event of the race walkers’ calendar. ... Read More