Mountain Running Championship season swings into gear

The NSW Mountain Running Championship scheduled for this Sunday at Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains was to kick off the 2010 championship mountain running season, culminating in the World Championships, World Long Distance Mountain Running Championships and World Masters Championships in August and September. However, the NSW Championship has been postponed to 11 April because of the need to meet additional requirements by the NPWS. The Championship season will now start with the ACT Championships on 6 March.
Note: In this calendar event information for some events is not loaded yet on the contact websites.

6 March: ACT Mountain Running Championships, Mt Tennent, Namadgi National Park ACT. See

13 March: Six Foot Track 45 km marathon, Katoomba, NSW. Australian long distance trail running championship. See

11 April: NSW Mountain Running Championships, Wentworth Falls. See

22 May: Australian Mountain Running Championships, Mt Tennent, Namadgi National Park ACT. See

June (tba): QLD Mountain Running Championships, Camp Mountain, Brisbane. See

6 June: Victorian Mountain Running Championships, Ferntree Gully, Melbourne. See

21 August: World Long Distance Mountain Running Championship, Pike’s Peak, USA. See

28 August: World Masters Mountain Running Championships, Korbielow, Poland. See

5 September: World Championships, Kamnik, Slovenia. See

4 December: Tasmanian Mountain Running Championships, Mt Wellington, Hobart. See

Further information: See the High Performance section of this website and the World Mountain Running Association website