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World Cup Race #2 / Broken Arrow Recap Video Published

We've just published a new video recapping all the action at the Broken Arrow Skyrace in Squaw Valley, CA (USA). This was race #2 in our 2019 World Cup and while Andrew Douglas (SCO) secured his second win, there are also some new faces on the World Cup leaderboard. With her win, Lindsay Webster (CAN) moves into second among women, while Morgan Arritola (USA) and Kasie Enman (USA) moved into ties for 3rd and 4th respectively. On the men's side, Sam Sahli (USA) ties Andy Wacker (USA) with 90 points while Henri Aymond (ITA) moves into a 3 way tie for 3rd. 

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Douglas triumphs again and Webster surprises at the Broken Arrow Skyrace in Lake Tahoe (USA) World Cup Round: 2

Mountain Running World Cup 2019 - Stage 2 - The Broken Arrow Skyrace (Olympic Valley, USA).  The magnificent nature and landscapes of the mountains that dominate Lake Tahoe was perfect today to celebrate the 2nd stage of the 2019 mountain running world cup.  Over 500 runners left the startline at 7.00 am local time in Olympic Valley (USA) to face 26 km and more than 1500 meters of positive gain, with the course-track made much more difficult by the presence of snow at the higher altitudes.

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World Cup coming to America at Broken Arrow Skyrace

The second round of the 2019 World Cup crosses the Atlantic for the first time, landing in the snow covered Sierra Nevada Mountains of California. Just West of Lake Tahoe, the race will take place in historic Olympic Valley; home to the 1960 Winter Olympic Games and starting line of the famous Western States 100 Mile Endurance Run.

The 26K Broken Arrow Skyrace will start Sunday morning at 7:00 AM local time at the Squaw Valley Ski Resort, and will be stage #2 of the IAAF / WMRA 2019 Mountain Running World Cup.

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Off-road runners come together at Trail World Championships

Over 360 athletes from 52 countries converged on Portugal for the 5th Trail World Championships last weekend. Many of these athletes arrived at the championships with impressive results from many disciplines of off-road running. Mountain runners, fell runners, sky runners, obstacle course runners, road ultrarunners and of course trail runners, all toed the starting line seeking glory on the 44 km single loop course featuring 2200 meters of climbing and descending.

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