Andrew Douglas knows how it feels to spend an extended period of time away from the office.
St Mary’s Hill overlooking Ljubljana once again plays host to the Smarna Gora Race on Saturday (12), the seventh and final stop in the 2019 WMRA World Cup.
Britain’s Andrew Douglas and Ireland’s Sarah McCormack extended their lead at the top of the WMRA World Cup standings after winning at the Snowdon International Mountain Race – the fourth stop in the seven-race series – in Llanberis on Saturday (20).
Less than a week after the Grossglockner Berglauf in Austria, the WMRA World Cup moves to the Snowdon International Mountain Race in the UK on Saturday (20) for the fourth race in the 2019 series.
Britain’s Andrew Douglas notched up his second victory from as many races in the 2019 World Mountain Running World Cup series by winning at the Broken Arrow Skyrace in Lake Tahoe while Canada’s Lindsay Webster bagged maximum points in the women’s race on Sunday (23).
Following last month’s season opener in France, the 2019 IAAF/WMRA Mountain Running World Cup crosses the Atlantic for the second event of the series, the Broken Arrow Skyrace, which takes place on Sunday (23) on the snow-covered Sierra Nevada Mountains of California.
Britain’s Andrew Douglas and Lucy Wambui Murigi of Kenya lived up to expectations when winning at the Salomon Gore-tex Maxi-Race, the first leg of the World Mountain Running Association World Cup, in Annecy on Friday (24).
The 2019 World Mountain Running Association (WMRA) World Cup will kick off on Friday (24) with the 16km event at the Salomon Gore-tex Maxi-Race around Lake Annecy.