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Mayr and Ndungu take out the 2018 World Cup Opener in style at the Grossglockner Mountain Race in Austria. The 7 times world champion and the kenyan sensation deserve the win with their fighting performances in two very different races played out over the beautiful alpine terrain in the region of Carinthia, Austria.

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Team USA swept the top spot across individual and team categories at the 15th NACAC Mountain Running Championships on Sunday, July 8, the 15th NACAC Mountain Running Championships at Loon Mountain in Lincoln, New Hampshire. Joseph GRAY captured his 14th national championship title enroute to a decisive win at today’s 10.6-kilometer mostly uphill race in a time of 50:28. For the women, USA’s Allie MCLAUGHLIN won gold in a time of 57:45.

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On Sunday, July 8, the 15th NACAC Mountain Running Championships will take place at Loon Mountain in Lincoln, New Hampshire. This year marks a return to the USA for this area championship after a four-year absence, and will welcome athletes from Canada, Mexico, USA, and new nation for 2018, El Salvador. The NACAC Mountain Running Championships has rotated between USA, Canada, and Mexico. Last year, Canada served as the host.

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Italy dominated proceedings once again at the European Mountain Running Championships in Skopje, Macedonia on Sunday.  On a warm day the up and down Championships saw some exciting racing and some dominant performances.  Full results and images can be found with links below:

 

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Rain & cold temperatures on Śnieżka Peak didn’t slow down the world's fastest mountain runners in Karpacz, Poland. Great Britain, Italy, Czech Republic and Austria all stand upon the top step of the podium after tackling the challenging 36 km with 2110 meters of climbing and descending.

Charlotte Morgan (Great Britain) held off defending champion Silvia Rampazzo (Italy) to win gold in a time of 3:08:26. Second place and the silver medal went to the host country's Dominika Stelmach (Poland) who finished not far behind in 3:08:48. Silvia Rampazzo (Italy) rounds out the podium in 3rd place with a time of 3:10:33.

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