2013 European Mountain Running Championships
OrganisersEAA
Edition12th
Date6 July
Host cityBorovets, Bulgaria
Distances11.8 km +1152m– Men
8.8 km +1027m– Women
8.8 km +1027m– Junior men
3.5 km +530m– Junior women
2014 Hautes-Alpes →

The 2013 European Mountain Running Championships were held on 6 July at Borovets in Sofia, Bulgaria. The competition featured four individual races: The men's race was 11.8 km long and with an ascent of 1152 m,[1] the women's and junior men's races were 8.8 km long with an ascent of 1072 m.[2][3] and the junior women's race was 3.5 km long with an ascent of 530 m.[4]

In the men's race, Bernard Dematteis ended Ahmet Arslan's six year winning streak by finishing first, over a minute ahead of Alex Baldaccini who finished second and Arslan who finished third. In the women's race, Andrea Mayr won her second title, beating Valentina Belotti and Mateja Kosovelj by 1 minute 5 seconds and 1 minute 18 seconds respectively. In total 217 athletes from 27 countries participated.[5]

Results

Men

Rank Athlete Country Time (m:s)
Bernard Dematteis  Italy 56:30
Alex Baldaccini  Italy 57:35
Ahmet Arslan  Turkey 57:47
4 Xavier Chevrier  Italy 58:01
5 Steve Vernon  United Kingdom 58:33
6 Enrique Meneses  Spain 58:50
7 Robert Krupicka  Czech Republic 58:52
8 Chris Smith  United Kingdom 59:12

Women

Rank Athlete Country Time (m:s)
Andrea Mayr  Austria 51:49
Valentina Belotti  Italy 52:54
Mateja Kosovelj  Slovenia 53:08
4 Elisa Desco  Italy 53:42
5 Renate Runnger  Italy 54:05
6 Emma Clayton  United Kingdom 55:16
7 Christel Dewalle  France 56:01
8 Bernadette Meier   Switzerland 56:12

References

  1. ^ "Men individual (11.8 km/1152 m/75 participants)". World Mountain Running Association. Retrieved 17 June 2019.
  2. ^ "Women individual (8.8 km/1027 m/64 participants)". World Mountain Running Association. Retrieved 17 June 2019.
  3. ^ "Junior Men individual (8.8 km/1027 m/40 participants)". World Mountain Running Association. Retrieved 17 June 2019.
  4. ^ "Junior Women individual (3.5 km/530 m/37 participants)". World Mountain Running Association. Retrieved 17 June 2019.
  5. ^ "Wonderful 12. European Mountain Running Champs. 2013 at Borovets (Bulgaria):Italy and Turkey at top!". 6 July 2013. Retrieved 16 August 2019.