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It's 50 Days until the VALSIR Mountain Running World Cup 2023 begins

The VALSIR Mountain Running World Cup 2023 is one of the most thrilling and challenging mountain running competitions in the world, involving 17 races in 11 events and 8 countries…and it all starts soon!

It all kicks off in Broken Arrow, USA on June 16 and Tomo Sarf, WMRA President says, “I am happy and proud that the 24th edition of the Mountain Running World Cup is attracting such great races; some of them could be called ‘icons’. I am also sure that the circuit will attract many top athletes from all over the world; I wish everyone nice experiences and good luck.”

"We are thrilled to announce the start of the Mountain Running World Cup in just 50 days," agrees Jonathan Wyatt, WMRA Valsir Mountain Running World Cup manager. "This competition is a true test of athleticism and will showcase some of the world's best mountain runners. We look forward to welcoming athletes from around the world and showcasing their incredible talents."

This year's Valsir Mountain Running World Cup calendar will feature both Gold and Silver label races, travelling to countries including the United States of America, Poland, Portugal, Italy, France, Switzerland where we will even celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the mythical Sierre-Zinal, Spain and Slovenia. The competition promises to be intense, with athletes competing in challenging terrain and varying weather conditions.

The gold races

Broken Arrow Vertical/Skyrace, June 16-18, USA

Montemuro Mountain Race, July 2, Portugal

Piz Tri Vertical/Fletta Trail, July 15-16, Italy

La Montee Du Nid D’Aigle, July 22, France

Sierra Zinal, August 12, Switzerland

Nasego, September 2-3, Italy

Canfranc Vertical/Classic Mountain Race, September 8-9, Spain

Gran Canaria, Vertical, Long and Classic, October 13-15, Spain

The silver races

Tatra Race Run, June 25, Poland

Primiero Dolomiti Trail, September 30, Italy

Smarna Gora Race, October 7, Slovenia