USA’s Camille Herron added eight kilometres to her own world best time to win the women’s race at the IAU 24 Hour World Championships in Albi, France, on 26-27 October.
France’s Francois D’Haene defied wet and windy conditions at the 15th edition of the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc to complete the famous ultramarathon in record time on Saturday (2).
Japan’s Hideaki Yamauchi and Australia’s Kirsten Bull won the 29th IAU 100km World Championships in the Spanish town of Los Alcazares on Sunday (27).
Jonas Buud of Sweden and Joasia Zakrzewski of Great Britain will lead the field at the 29th IAU 100km World Championships in Los Alcazares, Spain on Sunday (27).
Australians Barry Loveday and Nikki Wynd triumphed at the IAU 24-Hour Asia and Oceania Championships in Kaohsiung, Chinese Taipei, on Sunday (20).
Japan’s Takayoshi Shigemi will take on a trio of top Australian athletes at the inaugural IAU 24-Hour Asia and Oceania Championships in Kaohsiung from Saturday to Sunday (19-20).
Tony Migliozzi of the US and Kenyan Risper Kimaiyo prevailed at the 2nd IAU 50km World Championships in Doha, Qatar, on Friday (11).
Defending champion Tony Migliozzi and 2015 runner-up Marija Vrajic will start as favourites at the 2nd IAU 50km World Championships in Doha, Qatar.
Reigning champions Sylvain Court and Nathalie Mauclair of France will defend their world titles at the ITRA Trail World Championships at the Peneda-Gerês National Park in northwest Portugal on Saturday (29).
Dan Lawson of Great Britain and Swede Maria Jannson won the 21st IAU 24 Hour European Championships in Albi, France, on Sunday (23).
Aleksandr Sorokin of Lithuania and Sweden’s Maria Jansson are the key entrants in the 21st IAU 24 Hour European Championships taking place on 22-23 October in Albi, France.
American runners Tony Migliozzi and Camille Herron took the gold medals at the inaugural IAU 50km World Championships, crossing the line in 2:52:08 and 3:20:59 respectively on Friday (4).