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14. European Mountain Running Championships 2015: 9 Nations won medals! - 04 July 2015 Print
eaach2015_flower_mens.jpg14. European Mountain Running Championships 2015 held at Porto Moniz (Portugal) have seen nine Nations took medals.
In the medal table the leader is Norway with 2 gold and 1 silver medals; followed by Germany with 2 gold medals; third Great Britain and Turkey with 1 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze medals each; fifth Italy with 1 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze, and sixth Austria with 1 gold. Other three Nations won medals: Czech Rep. 2 silver; Switzerland 1 silver and 1 bronze and France 2 bronze.

In the individual race are the  European Mountain Running Champions 2015: Sarah Kistner (GER) in junior women, Stian Overgaard Aarvick (NOR) in junior men, Andrea Mayr (AUT) in senior women and Johan Bugge (NOR) in senior men.
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WMRA Long Distance Mountain Running 2015 competition became World Championships. - 03 July 2015 Print
2015_logo_ldmrch.jpgThe 12. WMRA Long Distance World Mountain Running Championships will be held on next 4. July at Zermatt.
For the first year the competition is a “World Championships” where individual and team title will be allocated. Until last year the competition, in fact, was called “Challenge”.

24 Nations are present at the competition and in total 114 athletes (62 men and 52 women) are ready to start for winning the WMRA World Long Distance Mountain Running medals.
Slovenian Mitja Kosovelj (in the men race), Swiss Martina Strahl (in the women race) and USA runners are in the pool of the favorites for the titles but German, Russian and Italian athletes are ready to run a great race! A surprise could also always possible!
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Exciting 14. European Mountain Running Championships 2015 at Porto Moniz. - 02 July 2015 Print
2015-201.pngMore then two hundred athletes are entried to the 14th EAA Mountain Running Championships that will be run on next 4th July at Porto Moniz,  a municipality located on the Portuguese island of Madeira. .
23 Nations will be present at the event, organised by FPA.

For the first time Denmark officially will partecipate to this Championships.
The races will be an uphill track.
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Italy and Turkey dominate 10th Youth International Cup 2015 at Smolyan. - 27 June 2015 Print
2015yicwinner_boy.jpgItaly and Turkey divided gold medals at the 10th Youth International Cup 2015 at Smolyan: 2 gold medals (individual and team) for the Italian Boys and 2 gold medals (individual and team) for the Turkish girls.
Italian boy Daniel Pattis and Turkish girl Atalay Bahar took title at the Youth International Cup this year with a wonderful race for both them.

Turkey won also 3 silver and 3 bronze medals for a total of 8 medals (up a total of 12 medals distribuited).
Czech Rep with one silver medal (girls team) and Russia with one  bronze ((boys team) also are in the medal table of the competition.
The Youth International Cup 2015 was very well organised by Bulgarian Athletic Federation, with wonderful support from the Municipality of Smolyan.
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Smolyan is getting ready for the 10th WMRA International Youth Cup. - 26 June 2015 Print
logo_iyc_smolyan_2015_color_final.jpg15 Countries are coming to Smolyan, in the beautiful Rodopa Mountain, in Bulgaria: boys and girls coming from Czech, England, France, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, FYR of Makedonia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Slovakia, Turkey, Wales and hosting Bulgaria are ready to run for win the title of best youth mountain runner 2015.
61 boys and 50 girls are going to compete in the scenic landscape around the lakes of Smolyan.
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Tunstall and Mamu are the winners at Montee du Grand Ballon, second stage of World Cup 2015 - 14 June 2015 Print
2015wc2mamu.jpgEritrean Petro Mamu and British Sarah Tunstall are the winners of the traditional race Grand Ballon, second stage of the 2015 WMRA World Cup.
Eritrean runner Petro Mamu was one of the favourites on the start line in Willer-sur-Thur. Finally he did not disappoint at the second WMRA event in 2015. When he crossed the finish line on the top of Vosges’s, the stop watch was showing just 15 seconds more than in 2014 when he improved the course record for almost 2 minutes.
After 4km of the 13,4km long course with 1230m elevation gain that includes also 210 m of descent, he felt stronger than his closest opponents. Teklay, also second in 2014, was the only one who tried to follow him. At the end, he difference between the winner and the second was almost 2 minutes, and between the second and third was another 2 minutes.
Anyway, the men’s field was very strong and colourful – seven countries were represented in top 10 and with one French in-between.
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