The IAU 50km World Championship is a prestigious ultramarathon race organized by the International Association of Ultrarunners (IAU) first time in India.The 50km distance is a popular choice for ultrarunners, offering a unique challenge that falls between a marathon and longer ultramarathon distances. Participation in the IAU 50km World Championship is typically based on qualification standards established by each country's national ultrarunning association or federation. Athletes need to meet specific performance criteria in order to be selected for their respective national teams.
The championship race itself is a competitive event featuring some of the best ultrarunners in the world. The race is known for its high level of competition and fast-paced running. Runners must have a combination of speed, endurance, and mental toughness to excel in this distance
The IAU 50km World Championship provides a platform for ultrarunners to showcase their abilities and compete on an international stage. It also contributes to the growth and recognition of ultrarunning as a sport. The race offers not only a physical challenge but also an opportunity for camaraderie and the celebration of human endurance.
|2nd Male||2:49:30||Alejandro Jimenez||ESP|
|3rd Male||2:50:12||Jesus Omos||ESP|
|4th Male||2:58:44||Samuel Sibeko||RSA|
|2nd Female||3:19:07||Andrea Pomaranski||USA|
|3rd Female||3:20:07||Sara Webster||GBR|
|4th Female||3:22:04||Stella Stapelberg||RSA|