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Excitement for the Champions - 12 October 2009 Print

marc_lauenstein.jpgWith a surprising and also untouchable winner the World Mountain Running Long Distance Challenge ended yesterday in Söll. Marc Lauenstein (Swiss) won the Kaisermarathon with almost 6 minutes advance before all-time-Kaisermarathon-favorite Jonathan Wyatt, who did a real great finish. The third place went to Ricky Lightfoot from England. Only a few seconds away from the medal winners there was Raymond Kemboi Chemungo from Kenia, but his team was able to win the team-ranking.

The ladies-ranking the last-year-winner Anna Pichrtova (Czech) again dominated. In a fantastic time of 3.28.57 she finished the Kaisermarathon, and so she was only 23 minutes away from the new Champion.

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6th World Long Distance Mountain Running Challenge - 09 October 2009 Print
muddy_race_in_2008.jpgSoll / Austria, 10.Oct.2009

The World Long Distance Mountain Running Challenge is regarded has one of the WMRA's premiere racing events. WMRA rules state that the event must be connected to mountain running races with tradition and reputation and this year the event forms part of the "Kaisermarathon" which takes place in the Austrian tourist resort of Soll.
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Mountain running festival on the Smarna gora - 05 October 2009 Print
toninelli-and-krupicka.jpgLjubljana, Slovenia - Not only that The Šmarna gora race was this year celebrating its 30th anniversary and is one of the mountain running races with the longest tradition, but it was again holding the Grand prix final and was therefore a unique event.

On sunny Saturday, 3rd of October, more than 250 runners competed on steep slopes of Šmarna gora. Nine kilometers of the technical and slippery track were not a problem for the race winner Antonio Toninelli (ITA) that defeated Robert Krupicka (CZE) on second place and his colleague Marco De Gasperi (ITA) who finished third.

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Finale of 2009 WMRA Grand Prix takes place on Smarna gora – PREVIEW - 01 October 2009 Print
thumb_finale_kosovelj.jpgThe final event of the 2009 WMRA Grand Prix series takes place on Saturday 3. Oct 2009.

The challenging mountain running course of 9,5km on Smarna gora just outside Ljubljana has an ascent of 750m and descent of 290m. Due to its technical difficulty and the profile that is changing all long this is a very demanding course that gives advantage to a complete, powerful and brave athlete.

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Commonwealth Mountain and Ultra Distance Championships 16th – 20th Sept. 2009 - 22 September 2009 Print
wilson_chemweno.jpgThe world's first organised mountain race took place in Grasmere, Cumbria, England in 1850 and almost 160 years later the neighbouring Lake District town of Keswick hosted the first Commonwealth Mountain and Ultra Distance Championships.

The event was hailed a tremendous success and is being seen as the first major step towards getting mountain and long distance running included in the Commonwealth Games by 2018.

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9th World Masters Mountain Running Championships - 14 September 2009 Print
craig_robers-winner_m45.jpgZagreb, CROATIA - 12. Sept. 2009

Zagreb (CRO), 12.Sept. - Just one week after the World Mountain Running Championships in Campodolcino, where the best athletes in the world met to see who would be the best this year, their Masters colleagues met for the same reason in Zagreb.

This was the first time that the World Masters Mountain Running Championships was held in the capitol city of the host country.
The organization of the event was shared between the Croatian Athletic Federation, the city of Zagreb and the local Athletic Club Sljeme.
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