Alytus European Race Walking Cup 2019

Alytus

Alytus

Alytus is the largest city in Southern Lithuania. Surrounded by picturesque forests and verdant hills, Alytus is traversed by the 16 kilometre-long Nemunas loop. The loop divides the city into two parts. Green areas occupy more than one third of the city.

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Vaiciukeviciute powers to home glory in the 20km race walk in Alytus

The women’s 20km race walk at the European Race Walking Cup in Alytus, Lithuania on Sunday (19) produced the race of the day – and the result of the day if you are Lithuanian.

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Published: May 19, 2019

Giorgi sets a European record of 4:04:50 on her 50km debut in Alytus

Eleonora Giorgi lived up to her billing to claim a first European Race Walking Cup title as well as a European record over 50km on her debut at the distance and with temperatures hovering around 25C by the finish.

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Published: May 19, 2019

Diniz smashes 50km championship record on his comeback race in Alytus

Yohann Diniz proved was yet again a worthy champion when he again walked solo – this time to a championship record at the European Race Walking Cup in Alytus, Lithuania on Sunday (19).

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Published: May 19, 2019

Facts About Alytus

Alytus is the largest city in Southern Lithuania. Surrounded by picturesque forests and verdant hills, Alytus is traversed by the 16 kilometre-long Nemunas loop. The loop divides the city into two parts. Green areas occupy more than one third of the city.

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Published: February 26, 2019

Entries

In accordance with European Athletics competition regulations, the entries deadlines for the European Race Walking Cup will be as follows:

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Published: February 25, 2019

Race Walking in Lithuania

History Of Race Walking in Lithuania

13 July 1919 was the day when the first race walking competitions took place during the Lithuanian Sports Union Celebration day. Scouts walked an 860 metre distance in 4 minutes and 20 seconds.

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Published: February 25, 2019