Giorgio Calcaterra Wins Winschoten 100KM World Championships 2011 – Results

Giorgio Calcaterra
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The 2011 World and European 100 km Championships took place yesterday in Winschoten in the Netherlands. The mens event was won by Italian Giorgio Calcaterra in 6:27:32. Michael Wardian of the USA was second in 6:42:49.

In the womens 100 km event Marina Bychkova from Russia took top honours finishing in 7:27:19 ahead of Great Britain’s Joanna Zakrzewski who clocked 7:41:06.

In the 50 km Oskar de Kuijer from the Nederlands took first place in 3:13:04 and first woman was Anne-Marie Dupont from Belgium finishing  in 4:06:15 and seventh overall from 72 starters.

There were several categories of events:

100 km
  – 25th IAU World Championships
– 20th IAU European Championships
– WMA World Championships
– Dutch Championships
– Open race
50 km
  – Open  race
10 x 10 Relay
  – Open  race

Mens 100 km Results

Calcaterra, Giorgio ITA 06:27:32
Wardian, Michael USA 06:42:49
Henshaw, Andrew USA 06:44:35
Vermeesch, Pieter BEL 06:47:01
Nakadai, Shinji JPN 06:48:32
Wood, Matt USA 06:50:23
Buud, Jonas SWE 06:52:19
Takada, Yoshiki JPN 07:03:55
Collet, André GER 07:04:35
Bordet, Dominique FRA 07:04:37

Womens 100 km Results

Bychkova, Marina RUS 07:27:19
Zakrzewski, Joanna GBR 07:41:06
Aswegen van, Lindsay Anne RSA 07:42:05
Vishnevskaya, Irina RUS 07:45:27
Arbogast, Meghan USA 07:51:10
Bednosky, Annette USA 07:54:59
Vinstedt, Gloria SWE 07:55:09
Hofer, Sabine AUT 08:02:17
Koen, Kerry Jacqueline RSA 08:06:29
Aksenova, Maria RUS 08:06:54

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