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Michele Boscacci, winner, S Caterina Vertical Kilometer. ©iancorless.com / VKWC

Italians take Santa Caterina VK

It was the turn of the sixth event on the new Vertical Kilometer® World Circuit Friday, June 16, with the Santa Caterina Vertical Kilometer® in Italy’s Stelvio National Park. The circuit ...
Winner and new record holder Maite Maiora at KM Vertica Fuente Dé

Teixido and Maiora winners in Spain

It was a new record with a stronger than ever Maite Maiora who beat her own course record yesterday. She shared the podium with an equally strong Ferran Teixido at the short and steep El Km ...
Ekaterina Mityaeva, winner of the first Santana Vertical. ©iancorless.com / VKWC

Teixido and Mityaeva take Santana VK

The inaugural Santana Vertical Kilometer® kicked off on Friday, June 2 on the island of Madeira, Portugal, fourth stage of the new Vertical Kilometer® World Circuit. A field of 81 athletes ...
Stephanie Jimenez, ranking leader. ©Quim Farrero / VKWC

Records fly at Zegama VK

Spaniard Laura Orgué and Norwegian Stian Angermund-Vik showed yet again their prowess in the Vertical Kilometer® skyrunning discipline. Both World Champions of the category, they crushed the ...
Japan's Yuri Yoshizumi, 2017 Transvulcania VK winner. ©iancorless.com / SWS

It’s a new record at Transvulcania VK

The second race of the new Vertical Kilometer® World Circuit climbed from sea to sky on the island of La Palma in the Spanish Canary Islands on May 11, 2017, with the Transvulcania Vertical ...
Davide Magnini winner and new record holder. ©Alice Russolo

Italy rules at the inaugural Vertical Kilometer® World Circuit

The inaugural Vertical Kilometer® World Circuit kicked off Sunday, May 7, with the Trentapassi Vertical, rising 1,000m above Italy’s Lake Iseo with two new race records. Despite a strong ...
Spaniard Vanesa Ortega, winner Red Bull K3 2016, Susa, Italy. ©Damiano Levati

Vertical Kilometer® World Circuit launches

Thanks to the ever-increasing popularity of the Vertical Kilometer® - uphill mountain running races that climb for 1,000m over less than 5 km - the discipline now sports its very own tour launching ...