Mudge masters Korbielow fog
At the 10th WMRA World Masters Champs former World champion (2000) Angela Mudge negotiated the Polish mountain mist, and the entire women’s field, to win the W40 crown. Mudge’s crown was a beacon in a relatively lean championships for the Home Nations…
The host report states:
Bad weather greatly influenced not only the conduct of the race but also the preparation thereof. In the past time for two time there was flood in this part of Poland and this made difficult to arrange some important details of the event. The LOC staff tried to organise in the best way the Championships, and – despite some problems – races were completed satisfactorily. Most of the runners were very satisfied for the track and, in generally, for the technical aspect of the races.
Irelands Mags Greenan also showed that is still amongst the world’s best mountain runners easily holding onto the W50 title, winning from Germany’s Uschi Bergler by over 90 seconds.