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Japan Mountain Endurance

[ Race Description ]
Japanese Mountain Endurance is a very tough mountain race, attracting nearly 1,000 people each year. The course covers all Okutama mountains with a highest point of 1525m above sea level. The runners need to carry their water (at least 2 L), food, light and rain gear by themselves.


[ Basic Info ]
Event Date/Time October 7, 2001 / 13:00 (9th)
Location Okutama, Tokyo, Japan
Distance 71.5km (44 mile)
Time Limit/Cutoff 24 Hours / 9 Hours@22.66km, 15 Hours@42.0km, 21 Hours@5km
Limit of runners 1,000 runners
Entry Fee 9,000 yen


[ Course Info ]
Course type Loop, run through all Okutama mountains MAP
Start Itsukaichi Kaikan
Finish Itsukaichi Kaikan
Surface Trail in most part
Description -
Elevations Mountain Trail with the highest point of 1527m above sea level
Aid Station 1 aid station. Runners must bring their own aid.
Course records -


[ Race History ]
100km Race
Year Starters Finishers Percent Men's 1st Women's 1st
2001 1,091 724 66.4% Masayuki Sugiyama
8:53:07
Chigawa Mase
10:15:49
2000 1,053 - - Masayuki Sugiyama
9:02:48
Chigawa Mase
11:05:41
1999 1,193 861 72.2% Naoki O-uchi
9:30:40
Chigawa Mase
11:46:38
1998 1,124 755 67.2% Shinichi Sako
10:31:06
Rei Udagawa
13:12:10


[ Contact Info ]
Race Director Tokyo Mountaineering Federation
4th Floor, Shonan Sangyo Yaesu Building,
1-9-9 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0037, Japan
TEL 81(Country code)-3-5524-5231
FAX 81(Country code)-3-5524-5232
E-mail -
Website Japanese


Data from the official race site

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