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Gold Medal for Venezuela and Ecuador to 6. the CONSUDATLE Mountain Running Championships 2011. - 08 August 2011 Print
2011consudatle1.jpgEcuador and Venezuela have won gold medals at the 6. CONSUDATLE Mountain Running Championships which took place in Caracas, in the vicinity of Parque Nacional Warairarepano.
2011 South American mountain running Champions are Pedro Ramos (Ecuador) and Jaimes Mileydis (Venezuela).
Finally four Nations were present at the Championships this year: Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil and Venezuela.
In the future it would be possible to increase the number of Nations involved, specially in case that some National Athletic Federations (like for sample Peru and Chile) would include inside the Federation the atheltic discipline of mountain running.

6. CONSUDATLE Mountain Running Championships in Caracas: preview. - 04 August 2011 Print

2011consudatlech.logo.jpgOn next 7. August  the 6. CONSUDATLE Mountain Running Championships will be in the National Park El Avila of Caracas.
Distance race for women will be 8 km. instead for men the track will be long 12km.
At this moment have confirmed the presence athletes coming from three Nations: Colombia, Brasil and Venezuela, but other entries are expected by LOC.

News by Marcos Oviedo

4. WMRA G.P. Race in Mayrhofen (3. Harakiri): Weldemariam beats Arslan and Confortola beats Krkoc! - 01 August 2011 Print
2011gpautwinnermen.jpgAfter nearly two weeks of rain in the eastern part of the alps at the Harakiri-weekend the sun was the first winner!
Like the first two years we had a perfect summer-picnic-feeling in Mayrhofen and runners from more than 20 nations who came together to run up the Mount Penken.
Exactly after 50 minutes and 0 seconds, Silver Medallist from the last World Mountain Running Championships, Azarya Weldemariam, from Eritrea, touched the tape at the finish-line after a really hard fight 23 seconds before the recently crowned five-time European Mountain Running Champion, Ahmet Arslan from Turkey.

4. WMRA Grand Prix race 2011 in Mayrhofen (Austria) - 27 July 2011 Print
2011gp2011autstart.jpgThe Harakiri Mountain run continues to grow and has an excellent international field assembled in the 3rd running of this event in Mayrhofen, Austria.
The runners will have 1170 m of climbing over 10.4 km of uphill running and finish at a height of 1.775m.
As the starting shot on next Sunday morning, the field is assembling into perhaps the finest of the year so far.
There are already 40 top seeded runners registered which include many of the finest Mountain Running athletes in the world, With 20 different nations represented, this is a fine testament to the spirit of the WMRA Grand Prix.

Arlan and Krkoc winners in the 3. WMRA Grand Prix race in Slovenia. - 25 July 2011 Print
2011lucijakrkocgrintovec.jpgThe 13th edition of  ‘Gorski tek na Grintovec' in Kamnik (SLO) uphill mountain challenge took place on Sunday 24th July 2011 in difficult conditions: for safety reasons the course was altered to protect the runners from severe weather on this exhausting course.
The organizer used the alternative course, actually just first 2/3 of the classic course, with still respectable 1200m elevation gain in just 6,0km and finish at "safe altitude" 1800m.
Stormy weather reduced the number of preliminary entered runners to half, but those determined to finish the tough course: they were coming from 13 countries.

WMRA Grand Prix 2011 goes on with 13. Gorski tek na Grintovec in Kamnik. - 21 July 2011 Print

grintovec09-winners.jpgAfter the EA and NACAC Mountain Running Championships, about 250 runners have entered the race 13. Gorski tek na Grintovec in Kamnik, third stage of 13. WMRA Grand Prix 2011.
Present top runners in the men race: Arslan, Schneider, Kosovelj and Krupicka (winner of the race in 2009).
Present top runners in the women race Lucija Krkoc and Denisa Dragomer (who is twice Junior European Champion 2010 and 2011).


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