Live Coverage of the 2019 Trail World Championships

The 2019 Trail World Championships start at 9 a.m. local time in Miranda do Corvo, Portugal on Saturday, June 8, which is 2 a.m. MDT Saturday morning in the U.S. The event is jointly organized by the IAU, ITRA, and the Trilhos Dos Abutres race organization this year. With a 44.2-kilometer (27.5 miles) course, this will make the shortest TWCs course we’ve covered, but there’ll be plenty of challenge as the course features 2,200 meters (7,218 feet) of climbing.

Here are a couple resources to help you follow the race:

We’ll be livecasting the event on iRunFar’s Twitter feed. We’ve also gathered various news sources together in Twitter feed below. Have fun following the race either way!

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There are 10 comments

  1. Antonio Pardal

    Thought you would be here too.

    Anyway, I hope you appreciate the tasty Portuguese olive oil later on.


  2. Nils Brown

    “Wow! If I’m doing in math right,* the French women beat out Spain by just over a minute (~1:05) for the team title at the 2019 Trail World Championships. – Bryon”

    This twitter feed gives Spain as champions: Territorio Trail Media

    57 mins57 minutes ago
    España Mujeres- Ganadoras por equipos! #TWC19 #AbutresTrail

      1. Sebas B

        According to the spanish site Carreras por Montaña, your calculations are right Bryon : “Francia se llevó el oro colectivo (12h50’52), mientras que España se hizo con la plata (12h51’56)”

  3. Petri W.

    By my calculations also the three top French women were over a minute faster than the top three Spaniards. The French had seven women finishers so at least one of them was just in the individual competition. Maybe one of the top three French finnishers was an individual runner?

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