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British women’s success at IAU 100km World Championships

British women’s success at IAU 100km World Championships

Posted on May 20, 2020 in Blog, Women's endurance running history

British women have been very successful at the IAU 100km World Championships, taking seven gold medals, two silvers and six bronzes. They stand second in the medals table behind Russia who have won 19 medals. GB have won the team competition twice, placed second three times and third once.

When Ellie Greenwood took her second win in 2014, she was following in the footsteps of two other British women who had won the Championships twice: Eleanor Adams Robinson (1990 and 1991) and Carolyn Hunter-Rowe (1993 and 1998). The other British winner is Lizzie Hawker who was the 2006 champion.

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