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Andrea Mayr from Austria and Petro Mamo as shining winners with new course records! - 01 September 2014
14 days before the 30th Mountain Running Championships in Casette di Massa (ITA), the international top stars of the mountain running came from 19 countries to a final form validation in Saalfelden Leogang.
The conditions were not ideal: Saturday’s rain had made the course especially in the middle part extremely muddy and slippery, but cold foggy weather with no rain was still better than summer hot.
The results are witnessing how strong the competition was: in men’s’ race 27 runners finished the race below 55minutes (in 2013 just 16) and 9 women below one hour (in 2013 only 2).
In the men’s race the World  Cup leading 8 runners were on the start and in women’s race five from top seven!
Both winners improved the course records; Petro Mamo, his own from 2013, for almost one minute and Andrea Mayr, the current European Champion, for almost five minutes!
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Stage of WMRA World Cup at Leogang: last text before World Championships! - 29 August 2014
leogang.jpgFor the sixth time the "Asitz" – the mountain of Leogang, becomes the site of the summit mountain run.
Also in 2014 the "Asitzgipfelberglauf" is connected again with WMRA- (World Mountain Running Association), IAAF status (International Association of Athletics Federations) and it is the fourth stage of the WMRA Mountain Running World Cup 2014.

The event organizers are Running Club Leogang, Saalfelden Leogang tourism and Andreas Tomaselli & Max2.
This race is the last text for the top runners before the World Mountain Running Championships that will be held at Casette di Massa Italy, two weeks later.
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U.S.A. runners triumphed at 11th WMRA Long Distance M. R. Challenge 2014. - 17 August 2014
2014ldmrchwomen3.jpgFour gold medals for American runners at the 11th Annual WMRA World Long Distance Challenge held at the Pikes Peak Ascent in Manitou Springs, Colorado.
U.S.A. dominated both races, male and female, individually and by teams, winning in total 4 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze medals.
Italy (2 silver), Germany (1 bronze), Slovenia (1 bronze) and Eritrea (1 silver) won other medals.
There were 19 countries represented in the Challenge with nine scoring men’s teams and seven scoring women’s teams
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