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Mexico to host the 11. NACAC Mountain Running Championships 2014. - 14 July 2014 Print
2014nacacbanner.jpgThe 11th North American Central American Caribbean (NACAC) Mountain Running Championships will be held on Sunday, July 20, at Carrera La Chupinaya in Ajijic, Jalisco, over a 13.8-kilometer course, the same venue which hosted the event in 2011.
 Although the event is open to 31 member nations USA, Mexico, and Canada have traditionally been the only countries fielding competitors.
And, as in the past, teams from Mexico, Canada, and the United States are expected to compete this weekend.
Teams are comprised of up to four men and four women with the top two finishers scoring for their respective country.

Triumph for Italy at the 13. European Mountain Running Champiosnhips at Gap (France). - 13 July 2014 Print
2014eadematteis.jpg216 runners coming from 26 European Countries were present at the 13. European Mountain Running Championships.
Italy dominated medal table of the competition winning 4 gold medals and one bronze; other four Nations had the honour of listening their national anthem: Great Britain won 1 gold medal and 4 silver medals; Turkey took 1 gold medal and 2 silver and 3 bronze (total six medals: no other Country won this number of medals); Czech Republic had 1 gold and silver and Austria won 1 gold and 2 bronze medals.

Two other Nations won medals: Slovenia won 1 silver medal and hosting Country France took 2 bronze.
All the four races were very exciting, with a lot champions of the discipline that tried to do their best!

13. European Mountain Running Championships, Gap-France, 12. July 2014 - 07 July 2014 Print
2014logoea.pngGap, hosting venue of the next 13. European Mountain Running Championships, has a great mountain running tradition.
There will be 26 European countries present at the 13. European Running Championships.

Gap, the South Alps’ Capital, is located between Chamonix and Nice, between Mediterranean Provence and the high Alps and sits at an elevation of 750 meters with 42,000 inhabitants. Gap lives like a charming Provençal City in the heart of the Alps. Close to the “Parc National des Ecrins” with its 4.000 meters high mountains, Gap has an ideal location for mountain-related sport activities. In a few minutes you have access to hundreds of kilometres of excellent hiking paths and mountain biking routes. Ideal conditions for mountain runners! 
In 1993, it was the host city of the 9th World Mountain Running Trophy and the local favourite Isabelle Guillot was the winner of the women’s race. In her long and successful sport career from 1987 to 2008, she participated in 17 World and 11 European major events; she stood 10 times on the podium, 5 times on the highest position. Isabelle designed the course for the races this year. We are all convinced that the 4km long loop with 250 m ascents and descents will include all the elements of mountain running: steep ascents, technical descents and fast sections in the middle. Girls will have to run it once, boys and ladies 2 times and men 3 times.
In July 2013 on the same paths on the slopes of Charence mountain participants of WMRA Youth challenge tested the courses.

9. YIC 2014: Italy and France win team gold. Magnini (ITA) and Racasan (FRA) win individual titles - 30 June 2014 Print
2014yicboysteam.jpgOn Sunday, June 29, a record 17 nations participated (96 runners in total) in the 9th WMRA International Youth Cup in Arco, Italy, hosted by Castle Mountain Running/Garda Trentino.
The athletes, ages 16 and 17, raced over a varied course starting in the town square.
It was a unique event including cobblestones on the pathway, numerous steps on the ascent toward the 12th century castle, grassy terrain, steep descents, and dirt pathway through olive groves.
Six nations had athletes with medals: France with two gold and one silver and Italy with two gold and one brone were the leaders of this event. Russia and Turkye won one silver and one bronze each; then Bulgaria took one silver and England won one bronze.
It was a very challenging course with the girls running nearly 4 kilometers, and the boys nearly 5 kilometers.

Record of Nations present at the 9. WMRA International Youth Cup 2014 at Arco (Italy). - 23 June 2014 Print
2014_yiclogo.jpgOn 29th June, the 9. WMRA International Youth Cup will be back in Italy for the edition 2014, hosted by the Castle Mountain Running Arco, Trentino.
The race is organized by Garda Sports Events at its fourth edition and in the previous years the race  has been able to achieve considerable appreciation for its fascinating course and technically highly significance.
The first great result of the 2014 edition of the WMRA Youth Cup, regards the numbers of nations  registered   17, with  regard to the International event reserved for youth under 18: it is record!
The other good news is that among these nations are  the United States,  before today they never   took part in the Youth Cup.
The full list of nations  that have completed their registration includes in addition to Italy and the United States also Bulgaria, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Poland, Russia, San Marino, Scotland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey and  Wales.

5. EVAA European Master Mountain Running Championships, Ludwikowice Klodzkie POL - 17 June 2014 Print
celinska_evaa_2014.jpgOn June 14, there were 305 runners representing 18 countries in the 5. EVAA European Master Mountain Running Chmpionships 2014 in Ludwikowice Klodzie, a ski village in the middle part of Sudety Mountains in southwest Poland.
Among the competitors were runners who had also participated in the WMRA WMA World Masters Mountain Running Championships, and there were also many newcomers from the other EVAA veteran events. Some of the participants had road and track backgrounds.
Participants from nine countries won medals.
Gold medals were awarded to participants from eight different countries.
Germany led the individual medal count winning 6 gold, 3 silver, 3 bronze, followed by Czech Republic with 4 gold, 3 silver and 4 bronze, and Poland with 3 gold, 6 silver and 5 bronze. Italy won 3 gold medals, while Austria, Spain and Ireland each won one gold medal. Austria also added a silver, and Spain a bronze. Scotland took one silver and one bronze, while France had one silver medalist.
In the team classification, Poland was first with 7 gold 2 silver and 1 bronze, followed by Germany with 5 gold, 3 silver and 1 bronze. Czech Republic was third in the team medal count with 7 silver and 2 bronze, Spain finished fourth with 1 silver, and Ukraine was fifth with one bronze.
This was the first time Spain participated in the event.

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