|Skyrunning World Championships|
The Skyrunning World Championships are skyrunning competitions held for the first time in 2010 and organised by the International Skyrunning Federation. The second edition was held in 2014 and thereafter the championships have taken place on a biennial basis.
Skyrunning is an extreme sport of mountain running above 2,000 metres (6,600 ft) where the incline exceeds 30% and the climbing difficulty does not exceed II° grade. The governing body is the International Skyrunning Federation. The sport comprises a number of different disciplines from the short, steep Vertical Kilometer to the more popular SkyRace and SkyMarathon. Ultra SkyMarathons are becoming increasingly popular as are short vertical SkySpeed races which include skyscraper racing.
The International Skyrunning Federation (ISF) is the world governing body for skyrunning. The ISF today counts 41 Member nations.
|Edition||Year||Nation||Vertical Kilometer||SkyMarathon||Ultra SkyMarathon||details|
|1st||2010||Canazei||16 July||Premana||25 July|
|2nd||2014||Chamonix||27 June||Chamonix||29 June||Chamonix||27 June|
|3rd||2016||Lleida||22 July||Lleida||22 July||Lleida||23 July|
|4th||2018||Kinlochleven||13 September||Kinlochleven||15 September||Kinlochleven||14 September|
Men's Vertical Kilometer
Women's Vertical Kilometer
Men's Ultra SkyMarathon
Women's Ultra SkyMarathon
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