World Non-Stadia Championships

The biennial World Veterans Non-Stadia Championships were first held in 1992 and renamed the World Masters Non-Stadia Championships in 2002 following the change in name of the governing body of veterans athletics from the WAVA (World Association of Veteran Athletes) to the WMA (World Masters Athletics).

Records

MEN Non Stadia Men
WOMEN Non Stadia Women
WMA  HALF MARATHON BESTS Half Marathon
WMA WORLD RECORD APPLICATION

The Championships in numbers

ChampionshipsCityCountryDateAthletes NumberNumber Countries Participad
1º.BirminghamGBR19922,48322
2º.ScarboroughCAN1994515
3º.BruggeBEL19963,32142
4º.KobeJPN199816,99316
5º.RiccioneITA20022,230
6º.Manual, Auckland, RotoruaNZL200473522

 

Championships Non-Stadia

Non-Stadia Championships 2004
  • Local: Manukau/Auckland/Rotorua, NZL
  • Date: April 18 – 24, 2004 – Manukau/Auckland May 1 Rotorua (Marathon)
  • Athletes: 735 competitors
  • Countries: 22 countries (medals awarded)
  • The event was well organized, but suffered a substantial financial loss due to low attendance.
Non-Stadia Championships 2002
  • Local: award to San Isidoro, ARG over Upice, CZE.
  • Date: 2002
  • Local: Riccione, ITA
  • Date: May 24-26, 2002
  • Athletes: 2,230 competitors
Non-Stadia Championships 2000
  • Local: Valladolid, ESP
  • Date: 2000
Non-Stadia Championships 1998
  • Local: Kobe, JPN
  • Date: 1998
  • Athletes: 16,993 competitors
  • Countries: 16 countries represented (2 % foreign entries)
Non-Stadia Championships 1996
  • Local: Brugge, BEL
  • Date: 1996
  • Athletes: 3,321 competitors
  • Countries: 42 countries represented
Non-Stadia Championships 1994
  • Local: Scarborough, CAN
  • Date: Jul. 30 – 31, 1994
  • Athletes: 515 competitors
  • Countries: 27 countries represented
Non-Stadia Championships 1992
  • Local: Birmingham, GBR
  • Date: Aug. 29 – 30, 1992
  • Athletes: 2,483 competitors
  • Countries: 22 countries
  • Event was finanical loss (no sponsors)
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