The American Ultrarunning Association (AUA) is a non-profit organization whose sole purpose is to promote the sport of ultrarunning (footracing at distances beyond the standard marathon) in the United States of America.
INAUGURAL INDUCTEES, TED CORBITT AND SANDRA KIDDY
6/7/2004: Creel, Kimball, named "Ultrarunners of the Month" for May. . . . MORE!
5/9/2004: American Ultrarunning Association Announces American Ultrarunning Hall of Fame: Corbitt and Kiddy Inaugural Inductees
The American Ultrarunning Association (AUA) is pleased to announce the formation of The American Ultrarunning Hall of Fame. AUA president Kevin Setnes made the announcement April 20th, noting “A national ultrarunning Hall of Fame is long overdue. The legends of our sport will now have a place to be honored for posterity.”
Athough ultrarunning as a competitive sport has a rich and colorful history in America (going back into the mid-19th century and pre-dating organized Track & Field), its practice was scattered and not uniformly coordinated throughout the country until the late 1950’s. . . . MORE!
5/5/2004: Clement, Riddle, named "Ultrarunners of the Month" for April. . . . MORE!
4/16/2004: American Team for 2004 100km
World Cup Selected. The American Ultrarunning Association (AUA) has
selected the American Team to compete in the 2004 100km World Cup to be
held September 11th in Winschoten, The Netherlands. The United States
has enjoyed great success at the Winschoten venue, highlighted by the World
and American records set by the team there in the 1995 World 100km title
race. Individual Bronze medalist . . . MORE!
American National 100 Mile Run Championship
September 11-12, 2004
Race Web Site
Sunday, April 4, 2004
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