AMAZING THAILAND
World Mountain & Trail Running Championships 2021
Chiang Mai, Thailand
11th – 14th November 2021

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Thailand to host first ever joint world Mountain & Trail Running Championships in 2021 (WMTRC)

Bangkok/Monaco/Paudex, 23 December 2020

 

Chiang Mai, Thailand will host the inaugural World Mountain & Trail Running Championships on 11-14 November 2021.


The event will feature 80km and 40km trail races, classic mountain races for Seniors and Juniors, and a vertical uphill race. The first joint championships for mountain and trail hosted in conjunction with WA (world athletics), WMRA (mountain running) and IAU/ITRA (trail).

This first edition of the World Mountain and Trail Running Championships (WMTRC) will be held 11-14 November 2021, in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Over the four days, the action-packed championships program will include vertical uphill mountain races, short and long trail races for senior athletes and the classic mountain races for both seniors and juniors.

Situated 700km north of Bangkok, on the banks of the Ping River, Chiang Mai is the largest tourist spot in the northern part of
Thailand thanks to its unforgettable scenery. The mountainous surroundings and the city’s growing reputation for outdoors mass sporting events make it the perfect place to host the first-ever combined World Championships.

This new biennial event develops the partnership between rights owners:

  • World Athletics (WA) – Main coordinator
  • World Mountain Running Association (WMRA)
  • International Association of Ultra-runners (IAU)
  • International Trail Running Association (ITRA)

 

with support by WMTRCOC (Local Organizing Committee):

  • Ministry of Tourism and Sports (Thailand)
  • Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT)
  • Sport Authority of Thailand (SAT)
  • Asian Athletics Association (AAA)
  • Athletic Association of Thailand (AAT)
  • Thailand Tri-League (Promoter)

Building on the creation of a single definition for mountain and trail running within the athletics family, it replaces the successful separate World Championships held respectively by WMRA and IAU/ITRA. This new global festival is designed to attract the best elite trail and mountain runners, as well as provide opportunities for mass participation runners to test themselves on the same courses. It is an exciting development that aims to provide athletes, brands, athletics associations, media and fans of the sport with a clear, recognizable product in the global calendar of this burgeoning running discipline.

WELCOME TO AMAZING THAILAND

Thailand is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world – Twenty years ago it was considered ‘daring’ to travel to Thailand. Times have certainly changed. From the majestic five-star hotels in Bangkok to simple beach huts in Koh Samui or Koh Samet, accommodation choices are many. From the stunning plains and hills of the Doi Inthanon, Doi Suthep  and Golden Triangle to the wave-lapped white sand beaches of Phuket, Samui and Krabi, the kingdom radiates beauty. Thailand has so much to offer that one visit is never enough – you’ll want to come back and discover more time after time.

 

With a population of 70 million living in 77 provinces. Thailand is considered one of the fastest-growing countries in Asia. Bangkok was also awarded as Tops  Mastercard’s Global Destination Cities Index for The Fourth Consecutive Year. Thailand is worldwide recognition of food and cuisine. Tourists can enjoy one of the country’s favorite dishes like the famous Pad Thai, Tom Yam Kung, and Som Tam plus a tasty meal of street foods that you are not to be missed!


Thailand covers the area of 514,000 sq km (2/3 the size of NSW) 5 regions, 77 provinces


Central Thailand is known for its fertile alluvial plains of Chao Phraya River. This region is the agricultural heartland of the country with a network of rivers and canals. It comprises of 27 provinces including the capital – Bangkok, the former capital & UNESCO World Heritage Site – Ayutthaya and the WW II historical site – Kanchanaburi. This region is the centre of Thailand’s history and is full of ancient temples and ruins.


Northern Thailand is well known for its lush mountains full of forests and waterfalls and is home to many ethnic hill tribes. The region comprises of 9 provinces including Thailand’s second largest city – Chiang Mai. The home to the notorious Golden Triangle, Chiang Rai is on the border of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos, the former capital & a UNESCO World Heritage Site – Sukhothai, the city of fog – Mae Hong Son and the hidden gem – Nan.


Northeastern Thailand (Isan) is on a large plateau that borders Laos and Cambodia. The region comprises of 20 provinces and is famous for its intercultural influence of Thai, Laotian and Khmer cultures, from the same era as Angkor Wat. Lower Isan is most notable for its Khmer influenced ruins whereas upper Isan is full of ideal peaks perfect for trekking. It is the most populated region but the least popular among tourists from overseas. This region is home to Thailand’s first national park & UNESCO World Heritage – Khao Yai in Nakhon Ratchasima, Ubon Ratchathani where Thailand’s most elaborate Candle Procession Festival is held every year to mark the beginning of the Buddhist Lent and Loei which is home to one of Thailand’s best trekking sites where the grand merit making event Phi Ta Khon Festival is held.


Eastern Thailand is the smallest region comprises of 7 provinces including the bustling resort city – Pattaya in Chonburi, Ko Samet in Rayong and Ko Chang in Trat.


Southern Thailand is famous for its long coastlines with several small islands. On the west is the Andaman Sea with its rugged and strange limestone rock formations and on the east is the Gulf of Thailand with its wide bays and more flat beach. The region comprises of 14 provinces including the famous holiday destinations – Ko Samui, Ko Phangan and Khao Sok in Surat Thani, Mu Ko Similan in Phang – Nga, Mu Ko Phi Phi in Krabi and Thailand’s most popular tourist destination – Phuket.

WHEN TO GO TO THAILAND

The best time to visit Thailand is between November and February, when the climate is relatively cool and dry (18-30°C). While Bangkok usually sees insignificant temperature drop, the northern and northeastern provinces can be rather cold. And if you plan to take a trip into the mountains, be sure to bring a sweater or warm jacket. December is the festive season, like in the West. Some of the most colourful festivals, such as Loy Krathong, Trooping of the Colours and New Year’s, fall in this period. Major shopping districts, particularly those in Bangkok, add to the year-end spirit by sporting decorative lights and Christmas-theme décors. The only drawback for arriving during this period is that popular destinations are crowded, and hotel rooms are in short supply. Prices for accommodation, tours, transportation and certain goods are usually bumped up to take advantage of the tourist influx. Arriving between March and May will put you right through Thailand’s summer, when temperatures can climb above 40°C. Coupled with high humidity, it may feel more like you are actually in a giant heated oven with no escape route, except occasional visits to air-conditioned shopping malls and dining establishments. The monsoon season (June-September) is usually very wet and humid. But the good news is that you can always hide out in a mall, spa or restaurant to escape the heavy downpours which usually don’t last more than a couple hours. Also, the rain breathes new life in the countryside, abundant with rice fields and trees. National parks and waterfalls are usually at their best.

WELCOME TO CHIANG MAI

Chiang Mai is one of the favorite dream destinations in Asia situated in the midst of the mountains on the bank of the Ping River, and located approximately 700 Km (435 miles) from the capital city of Bangkok Thailand.

 

Chiang Mai has a unique beauty to its surroundings, rich in culture, which combined with the warm hospitality of the Northern people will certainly make your stay a memorable one.

 

Chiang Mai is a land of misty mountains and the colorful hill tribes, a playground for seasoned travelers, a paradise for backpackers, shopping lovers and a delight for adventurers. With its stunning countryside full of contemporary colors and Lanna culture, Chiang Mai is a province which attracts millions of tourists each year, both from local and abroad. Chiang Mai is a city that you can easily get around to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and interesting scenery, the ancient temples are the star attractions of the Old City, while you can enjoy food and drink at a hip café in the downtown area.

 

Overseas travelers will find travelling to Chiang Mai very easy and pleasant with international flights coming from all over the world to Bangkok via either SUVARNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT or DONMUEANG INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, which caters for those coming from Asia. Connecting flights with local carriers are available every hour.

REGISTRATION

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CHAMPIONSHIP RACES

[GENERAL DESCRIPTION / ข้อมูลสำหรับผู้แข่งขันชิงแชมป์โลก]

Welcome to THE AMAZING THAILAND WORLD MOUNTAIN & TRAIL RUNNING CHAMPIONSHIPS 2021, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

You have come to the right place to find out all there is to know about your race experience at THE FIRST EVER JOINT WORLD MOUNTAIN & TRAIL RUNNING CHAMPIONSHIPS (WMTRC2021).

 

The event will feature 80km and 40km trail races, classic mountain races for Seniors and Juniors, and a vertical uphill race. It replaces World Championships previously hosted in conjunction with WA (world athletics), WMRA (mountain running) and IAU/ITRA (trail).

 

The first edition of the World Mountain and Trail Running Championships (WMTRC) will be held 11-14 November 2021, in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Over the four days, the action-packed championships program will include vertical uphill mountain races, short and long trail races for senior athletes and the classic mountain races for both seniors and juniors.

DOWNLOAD: ATHLETES INFORMATION GUIDE MANUALREGISTER FOR CHAMPIONSHIP RACES (MEMBER FEDERATIONS ONLY)
CHAMPIONSHIP RACE CATEGORIES :
1) TRAIL RUNNING (WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP) 80km & 40km
2) MOUNTAIN RUNNING (WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP) Vertical Uphill, Classic Up & Down

EVENT DATE : 11-14 NOVEMBER 2021
START & FINISH : CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER
ATHLETE CHECK-IN & EXPO : CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER
(Thursday November 11, 2021 : 13.00-18.30 hours)
(Friday November 12, 2021 : 09.00-18.30 hours)

1) TRAIL RUNNING (WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP)

1.1) LONG TRAIL 80KM.

  • Senior Men Individual
  • Senior Women Individual
  • Senior Team Men
  • Senior Team Women

1.2) SHORT TRAIL 40KM.

  • Senior Men Individual
  • Senior Women Individual
  • Senior Team Men
  • Senior Team Women

CUT-OFF TIMING (to be confirmed)


2) MOUNTAIN RUNNING (WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP)

2.1) SENIOR VERTICAL UPHILL

  • Senior Men Individual
  • Senior Women Individual
  • Senior Team Men
  • Senior Team Women

2.2) SENIOR CLASSIC UP & DOWNHILL

  • Senior Men Individual
  • Senior Women Individual
  • Senior Team Men
  • Senior Team Women

2.3) JUNIOR CLASSIC UP & DOWNHILL

  • Junior Boy Individual
  • Junior Girl Individual
  • Junior Team Boy
  • Junior Team Girl

The Eligibility to Participate in the 2021 AMAZING THAILAND WORLD MOUNTAIN & TRAIL CHAMPIONSHIPS are as follows:

  • All World Athletics Member Federations
  • No WMTR championships qualification level
  • Each Member Federation sets its selection criteria
  • Mountain races are up to 4 athletes to start, 3 to score
  • Individual and team titles (team title based on cumulative position)
  • Trail races are up to 6 athletes to start, 3 to score
  • Individual and team titles (team title based on cumulative time)

[DATE OF ENTRY]

  • Invitations to Member Federations with Entry details and general information May/June 2021
  • Preliminary Entries August 2021
  • Final Entries September 2021

 

[RACE RULES / กติกาการแข่งขัน]

DOWNLOAD : LONG TRAIL CHAMPIONSHIPS 80KM RULES
DOWNLOAD : SHORT TRAIL CHAMPIONSHIPS 40KM RULES
DOWNLOAD : VERTICAL UPHILL MOUNTAIN CHAMPIONSHIPS RULES
DOWNLOAD : CLASSIC UP & DOWNHILL MOUNTAIN CHAMPIONSHIPS RULES

[RACE COURSES / เส้นทางแข่งขัน]

1) LONG TRAIL RACE 80KM. / วิ่งเทรลชิงแชมป์โลกระยะ 80 กม.


DATE: SATURDAY 13 NOVEMBER 2021
START TIME: 08:00* AM. (08:00 hrs) local time GMT+7
VENUE: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC (3 km. from city center)
FINISH: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC
CUT-OFF TIME: to be confirmed

Free shuttle service from Official Hotels on Nimman Road to CMECC from 04.00am. till 06.00pm. from Thursday till end of the race.


COURSE EXPERIENCE: to be announced

Remark: Courses are just a guideline as general information. The final courses will be officially announced once WA finalizes after undergoing the route survey in Chiang Mai in June.

2) SHORT TRAIL RACE 40KM. / วิ่งเทรลชิงแชมป์โลกระยะ 40 กม.


DATE: SATURDAY 13 NOVEMBER 2021
START TIME: 10:00* AM. (10:00 hrs) local time GMT+7
VENUE: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC (3 km. from city center)
FINISH: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC
CUT-OFF TIME: to be confirmed

Free shuttle service from Official Hotels on Nimman Road to CMECC from 04.00am. till 06.00pm. from Thursday till end of the race.


COURSE EXPERIENCE: to be announced

Remark: Courses are just a guideline as general information. The final courses will be officially announced once WA finalizes after undergoing the route survey in Chiang Mai in June.

3) VERTICAL UPHILL MOUNTAIN RACE / วิ่งขึ้นเขาชิงแชมป์โลก


DATE: SATURDAY 12 NOVEMBER 2021
START TIME: 
05:00* PM. (17:00 hrs) local time GMT+7  SENIOR WOMEN CHAMPIONSHIP (Vertical)
06:00* PM. (18:00 hrs) local time GMT+7  SENIOR MEN CHAMPIONSHIP (Vertical)
VENUE: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC (3 km. from city center)
FINISH: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC

Free shuttle service from Official Hotels on Nimman Road to CMECC from 04.00am. till 06.00pm. from Thursday till end of the race.


COURSE EXPERIENCE: to be announced

Remark: Courses are just a guideline as general information. The final courses will be officially announced once WA finalizes after undergoing the route survey in Chiang Mai in June.

4) CLASSIC UP & DOWN MOUNTAIN RACE / วิ่งขึ้นและลงเขาชิงแชมป์โลก


DATE: SUNDAY 14 NOVEMBER 2021
START TIME: 
09:15* AM. (09:15 hrs) local time GMT+7  JUNIOR WOMEN CHAMPIONSHIP (Classic Up & Down)
10:00* AM. (10:00 hrs) local time GMT+7  JUNIOR MEN CHAMPIONSHIP (Classic Up & Down)
10:45* AM. (10:45 hrs) local time GMT+7  SENIOR WOMEN CHAMPIONSHIP (Classic Up & Down)
12:00* AM. (12:00 hrs) local time GMT+7  SENIOR MEN CHAMPIONSHIP (Classic Up & Down)
VENUE: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC (3 km. from city center)
FINISH: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC

Free shuttle service from Official Hotels on Nimman Road to CMECC from 04.00am. till 06.00pm. from Thursday till end of the race.


COURSE EXPERIENCE: to be announced

Remark: Courses are just a guideline as general information. The final courses will be officially announced once WA finalizes after undergoing the route survey in Chiang Mai in June.

[LOGISTICS / VENUE]

[การเดินทาง/สถานที่แข่งขัน]


VENUE / สถานที่

START & FINISH: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC
DISTANCE FROM CITY CENTER: 3.5 KM. FROM NIMMANHAEMIN ROAD
EXPO: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC

Remark: Courses are just a guideline as general information. The final courses will be officially announced once WA finalizes after undergoing the route survey in Chiang Mai in June.


TRANSPORTATION TO/FROM VENUE (SHUTTLE SERVICES)

บริการรถรับ-ส่ง ผู้แข่งขัน, ผู้ติดตาม และกองเชียร์

SHUTTLE BUS (Valid for Athletes & families only)

The Event Shuttle Bus service will be provided for runners’ convenience during the event From November 5-14, 2021.

Before the Race: November 5-9, 2021

Routing 1: Chiang Mai International Airport -Official Hotels.

Fares: Free for Athletes and official with ID card / 150 THB (approx. 5 USD) per person for all family members

During the Race: November 10-14, 2021

Routing 1: From Chiang Mai International Airport to Official Hotels.

Service hour: every hour start from 06:00 till 23:00 hrs.

Fares: Free for Athletes and official with ID card / 150 THB (approx. 5 USD) per person for all family members

Routing 2 : From Official Hotels to Venue.

Service hour: every 10 to 30 mins (schedules to be confirmed).

Fares: Free for Athletes and official with ID card / 50 THB (approx. 2 USD) per person for all family members

Routing 3 : From Venue to Official Hotels.

Service hour: every 15 to 30 mins (schedules to be confirmed).

Fares: Free for Athletes and official with ID card / 50 THB (approx. 2 USD) per person for all family members

After the Race: November 14-15, 2021

Routing 1: From Official Hotels to Chiang Mai International Airport.

Service hour: on request. (please contact tournament hospitality desk)

Fares: Free for Athletes and official with ID card / 150 THB (approx. 5 USD) per person for all family members


BOOK ATHLETES TRANSPORTATION HERE!

[PRIZES & RESULTS / เงินรางวัล-ผลการแข่งขัน]

PRIZE MONEY / TRAIL RUNNING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS (USD)

Top 3 in all races will receive official World Championships medals and the winners will receive trophies.

In addition, The LOC has provided  prize money to our top finishers. (in total 66,000 US dollars approx. 2 millions Thai Baht)  for the 4 World Championships races. The table below shows the prize money amount in US Dollars (USD).


 

Vertical

Mountain

Classic Up & Down Mountain Short Trail Long Trail
Women’s races
1st 4,000 USD 4,000 USD 4,000 USD 4,000 USD
2nd 2,000 USD 2,000 USD 2,000 USD 2,000 USD
3rd 1,000 USD 1,000 USD 1,000 USD 1,000 USD
4th 750 USD 750 USD 750 USD 750 USD
5th 500 USD 500 USD 500 USD 500 USD
Men’s races
1st 4,000 USD 4,000 USD 4,000 USD 4,000 USD
2nd 2,000 USD 2,000 USD 2,000 USD 2,000 USD
3rd 1,000 USD 1,000 USD 1,000 USD 1,000 USD
4th 750 USD 750 USD 750 USD 750 USD
5th 500 USD 500 USD 500 USD 500 USD
TOTAL 66,000 USD

 

There is no prize money for the Junior competitions, nor for any team classifications.

*Remarks: All cash prizes are subjected to 5% withholding tax deduction as per government’s law.


 

OFFICIAL RESULTS*


 

Vertical Mountain Classic Up & Down Mountain Short Trail Long Trail
Men’s Individual
Women’s Individual
Men’s Team
Women’s Team
Junior Boy
Junior Girl

*Remarks: All results will be available after the race finished.


 

[CONTACTS / ติดต่อสอบถาม]

คณะกรรมการอำนวยการจัดการแข่งขันวิ่งภูเขาและวิ่งเทรลชิงแชมป์โลก ครั้งที่ 1  (ปี 2564)
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โทร. 0-2957-5800 โทรสาร 0-2957-5882

2021 Amazing Thailand World Mountain & Trail Running Championships Organizing Committee (AWMTRCOC)
518/5 All Star Golf Complex, 2nd Floor, Soi Saha Kan-Pramun, Pracha-Uthit Road, Wangthonglang, Bangkok 10310 THAILAND.
Tel: +66 (2) 957 5800  Fax: +66 (2) 957 5882

For Registration: register.wmtrc2021@gmail.com
For Hospitality: hospitality.wmtrc2021@gmail.com
For Sponsorships: marketing.wmtrc2021@gmail.com
For Expo & Conference: expo.wmtrc2021@gmail.com
For General: secretariat.wmtrc2021@gmail.com

PRIZE MONEY

CHAMPIONSHIP PRIZES

PRIZE MONEY / TRAIL RUNNING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS (USD)

Top 3 in all races will receive official World Championships medals and the winners will receive trophies.

In addition, The LOC has provided prize money to our top finishers. (in total 66,000 US dollars approx. 2 millions Thai Baht) for the 4 World Championships races. The table below shows the prize money amount in US Dollars (USD).


 

Vertical

Mountain

Classic Up & Down Mountain Short Trail Long Trail
Women’s races
1st 4,000 USD 4,000 USD 4,000 USD 4,000 USD
2nd 2,000 USD 2,000 USD 2,000 USD 2,000 USD
3rd 1,000 USD 1,000 USD 1,000 USD 1,000 USD
4th 750 USD 750 USD 750 USD 750 USD
5th 500 USD 500 USD 500 USD 500 USD
Men’s races
1st 4,000 USD 4,000 USD 4,000 USD 4,000 USD
2nd 2,000 USD 2,000 USD 2,000 USD 2,000 USD
3rd 1,000 USD 1,000 USD 1,000 USD 1,000 USD
4th 750 USD 750 USD 750 USD 750 USD
5th 500 USD 500 USD 500 USD 500 USD
TOTAL 66,000 USD

 

There is no prize money for the Junior competitions, nor for any team classifications.

*Remarks: All cash prizes will be subject of 5% withholding tax deduction as per a law of Thailand.


 

PUBLIC TRAIL PRIZES

to be announced

COURSES

1) LONG TRAIL RACE 80KM. / วิ่งเทรลชิงแชมป์โลกระยะ 80 กม.


DATE: SATURDAY 13 NOVEMBER 2021
START TIME: 08:00* AM.
VENUE: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC (3 km. from city center)
FINISH: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC
CUT-OFF TIME: to be confirmed

Free shuttle service from Official Hotels on Nimman Road to CMECC from 04.00am. till 06.00pm. from Thursday till end of the race.


COURSE EXPERIENCE: to be announced

2) SHORT TRAIL RACE 40KM. / วิ่งเทรลชิงแชมป์โลกระยะ 40 กม.


DATE: SATURDAY 13 NOVEMBER 2021
START TIME: 09:30* AM.
VENUE: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC (3 km. from city center)
FINISH: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC
CUT-OFF TIME: to be confirmed

Free shuttle service from Official Hotels on Nimman Road to CMECC from 04.00am. till 06.00pm. from Thursday till end of the race.


COURSE EXPERIENCE: to be announced

Remark: Courses are just a guideline as general information. The final courses will be officially announced once WA finalizes after undergoing the route survey in Chiang Mai in June.

3) VERTICAL UPHILL MOUNTAIN RACE / วิ่งขึ้นเขาชิงแชมป์โลก


DATE: SATURDAY 12 NOVEMBER 2021
START TIME: 
05:00* PM. (17:00 hrs) local time GMT+7  SENIOR WOMEN CHAMPIONSHIP (Vertical)
06:00* PM. (18:00 hrs) local time GMT+7  SENIOR MEN CHAMPIONSHIP (Vertical)
VENUE: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC (3 km. from city center)
FINISH: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC

Free shuttle service from Official Hotels on Nimman Road to CMECC from 04.00am. till 06.00pm. from Thursday till end of the race.


COURSE EXPERIENCE: to be announced

Remark: Courses are just a guideline as general information. The final courses will be officially announced once WA finalizes after undergoing the route survey in Chiang Mai in June.

4) CLASSIC UP & DOWN MOUNTAIN RACE / วิ่งขึ้นและลงเขาชิงแชมป์โลก


DATE: SUNDAY 14 NOVEMBER 2021
START TIME: 
09:15* AM. (09:15 hrs) local time GMT+7  JUNIOR WOMEN CHAMPIONSHIP (Classic Up & Down)
10:00* AM. (10:00 hrs) local time GMT+7  JUNIOR MEN CHAMPIONSHIP (Classic Up & Down)
10:45* AM. (10:45 hrs) local time GMT+7  SENIOR WOMEN CHAMPIONSHIP (Classic Up & Down)
12:00* AM. (12:00 hrs) local time GMT+7  SENIOR MEN CHAMPIONSHIP (Classic Up & Down)
VENUE: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC (3 km. from city center)
FINISH: CHIANG MAI INT’L EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER-CMECC

Free shuttle service from Official Hotels on Nimman Road to CMECC from 04.00am. till 06.00pm. from Thursday till end of the race.


COURSE EXPERIENCE: to be announced

Remark: Courses are just a guideline as general information. The final courses will be officially announced once WA finalizes after undergoing the route survey in Chiang Mai in June.

EVENT SCHEDULE

8TH-10TH NOVEMBER 2021

Team Arrivals


(DAY#01 THURSDAY 11TH NOVEMBER 2021)
(WELCOME DAY)


09:00 – 12:00      WMRA Congress

11:00 – 18:30       Race Expo

13:00 – 18:30       Accreditation

18:30 – 20:30      Welcome Dinner


(DAY#02 FRIDAY 12TH NOVEMBER 2021)
(OPENING RACE)


09:00 – 18:30      Accreditation & Race Expo

10:00                   Technical Meeting (Vertical Race)

13:00                   LOC Reception & Opening Ceremony

14:30                   Press Conference

16:00                   Technical Meeting (Trail Races)

17:00                    VERTICAL CHAMPIONSHIP RACE START (Senior Women)

18:00                    VERTICAL CHAMPIONSHIP RACE START (Senior Men)

19:30                    Dinner


(DAY#03 SATURDAY 13TH NOVEMBER 2021)
(CHAMPIONSHIP RACES)


08:00                   LONG TRAIL 80KM. CHAMPIONSHIP RACE START  (Men & Women)

10:00                   SHORT TRAIL 40KM. CHAMPIONSHIP RACE START (Men & Women)

09:00 – 18:30      Race Expo

13:00 – 15:30      Finish of 40KM. Short Trail Championship Race (cut off times-to be discussed)

14:00                   Technical Meeting (Mountain Classic Race)

16:00 – 24:00      Finish of 80KM Long Trail championship Race (cut off times-to be discussed)

19:30                    Onwards Dinner

20:00                    Post Races Press Briefs


(DAY#04 SUNDAY 14TH NOVEMBER 2021)
(CHAMPIONSHIP & PUBLIC RACES)


05:00                 LONG TRAIL 80KM. OPEN RACE START  (Public Race)

08:30                 SHORT TRAIL 40KM. OPEN RACE START (Public Race)

09:00 – 18:30     Race Expo

09:15                 CLASSIC Up & DOWN MOUNTAIN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE START (Junior Women)

10:00                 CLASSIC Up & DOWN MOUNTAIN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE START (Junior Men)

10:45                 CLASSIC Up & DOWN MOUNTAIN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE START (Senior Women)

12:00                 CLASSIC Up & DOWN MOUNTAIN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE START (Senior Men)

13:00                   Finish of Classic Up & Down Mountain Race

14:00                   Post Races Press Briefs

16:30                   Finish of 40KM Short Trail Open Race

16:30                  World Championship Medal & Awards Ceremonies

19:00                  Gala Dinner & Closing Ceremony & Concerts

21:00                   Finish of 80KM Long Trail Open Race


** Please note that all schedules may be changed without notice.

Event Shuttle Bus

  • The Event Shuttle Bus will be provided for athletes, family members and officials during November 5-15, 2021.
  • Please contact hospitality desk at the official hotels or the venue.

Remarks: All ID card holders can use the shuttle service free of charge.

OFFICIAL HOTELS

1. U NIMMAN CHIANGMAI HOTEL: 4.5 stars (MAIN MEDIA CENTER / approx. 3.2 km to Start-Finish & Expo)
  • Suitable for: LOC VVIP
  • Rooms Available: 50 Rooms per night
  • Price: USD125 NETT per room night (single/twin are the same rates)
  • Room rate is inclusive of service charge & 7% VAT
  • Distance: 3.2 KM to Race Venue
  • Late check-out at 14:00 hrs, Free Wifi and Early Breakfast on Race day.
  • Please note that all guests will receive covid-19 insurance during their stay.

 

U Nimman Chiang Mai is located on Nimmanhemin Road and just minutes away from the shopping and entertainment area, the hippest and trendy area to visit when in Chiang Mai. The hotel is well equipped with deluxe amenities. The overall design of the hotel will be industrial modern with a twist of Lanna influences throughout its interiors.

https://www.facebook.com/UNimman

Reservations available soon!

2. EASTIN TAN HOTEL CHIANGMAI: 4.5 stars (ATHLETE VILLAGE / approx. 3.2 km to Start-Finish & Expo)
  • Suitable for: WA, WMRA, IAU and ITRA Management
  • Rooms Available: 50 Rooms per day
  • Price: USD100 NETT per room night (single/twin are the same rates)
  • Room rate is inclusive of service charge & 7% VAT
  • Distance : 3.2 KM to Race Venue
  • Late check-out at 14:00 hrs, Free Wifi and Early Breakfast on Race day.
  • Please note that all guests will receive covid-19 insurance during their stay.

 

Eastin Tan Hotel Chiang Mai

Located on the main Huay Kaew Road, Eastin Tan Hotel Chiang Mai is situated opposite the most popular area to visit in Chiang Mai – Nimmanhaemintra Road, the Chiang Mai’s hippest and trendiest shopping and entertainment area.  Our 4-star Eastin Tan Hotel Chiang Mai is ideally located, only 15 minutes to Chiang Mai International Airport. Stay with us to make your trip convenient and unforgettable.

https://www.eastinhotelsresidences.com/eastintanchiangmai

Reservations available soon!

3. KANTARY HILLS HOTEL: 4.5 stars (approx. 4 km to Start-Finish & Expo)
  • Suitable for: Officials & Athletes & Families
  • Rooms Available: 160 Rooms per day
  • Price: USD100 NETT per room night (single/twin are the same rates)
  • Room rate is inclusive of service charge & 7% VAT
  • Distance : 4 KM to Race Venue
  • Late check-out at 14:00 hrs, Free Wifi and Early Breakfast on Race day.
  • Please note that all guests will receive covid-19 insurance during their stay.

 

Kantary Hills Hotel offers modern, self-catering suites and apartments close to the Chiang Mai University Suan Dok Campus. It boasts a well-equipped fitness centre, an outdoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi. The rooms of Hotel Kantary Hills feature polished wooden floors and stylish furniture. Each is well-appointed with a kitchenette and private balcony. The living and dining areas come with a DVD player, a CD player and flat-screen TV.

https://www.kantarycollection.com/kantaryhills-chiangmai

Reservations available soon!

4. Art Mai Gallery Hotel Chiang Mai: 4 stars (approx. 4 km to Start-Finish &Expo)
  • Suitable for: Athletes (int’l & local)
  • Rooms Available: 70 Rooms per night
  • Price: USD70 NETT per room night (single/twin are the same rates)
  • Room rate is inclusive of service charge & 7% VAT
  • Distance : 4 KM to Race Venue
  • Late check-out at 14:00 hrs, Free Wifi and Early Breakfast on Race day.
  • Please note that all guests will receive covid-19 insurance during their stay.

 

Nestled in downtown Chiang Mai which is the largest and most culturally significant city in Northern Thailand, ART MAI GALLERY HOTEL is inspired and dedicated to Thailand’s well-known artists. Hotel guests are invited to explore the artwork spread through the hotel’s various floors with each floor dedicated to some of the most renowned local Thai artists and enjoy the modern art collection on sale in the lobby.

https://www.artmaigalleryhotel.com

Reservations available soon!

5. Hug Nimman Hotel : 3.5 stars (approx. 4.4 km to Start-Finish &Expo)
  • Suitable for: Athletes (int’l & local)
  • Rooms Available: 70 Rooms per night
  • Price: USD60 NETT per room night (single/twin are the same rates)
  • Room rate is inclusive of service charge & 7% VAT
  • Distance : 4.4 KM to Race Venue
  • Late check-out at 14:00 hrs, Free Wifi and Early Breakfast on Race day.
  • Please note that all guests will receive covid-19 insurance during their stay.

 

A brand new hip hotel with the exclusive 79 rooms elegantly amidst in the heart of Nimmanhaemin Road, the most fashionable, classy, popular, and upscale place in Chiang Mai. Surrounding with lively & trendy restaurant, entertainment, bar, shopping and an only short distance to Chiang Mai International Airport, bus station, train station, etc. Come and stay at Hug Nimman Hotel.

https://www.hugnimman.com

Reservations available soon!

6. Bed Nimman Hotel: 3.5 stars (approx. 4.5 km to Start-Finish &Expo)
  • Suitable for: Athletes (int’l & local)
  • Rooms Available: 50 Rooms per night
  • Price: USD60 NETT per room night (single/twin are the same rates)
  • Room rate is inclusive of service charge & 7% VAT
  • Distance : 4.5 KM to Race Venue
  • Late check-out at 14:00 hrs, Free Wifi and Early Breakfast on Race day.
  • Please note that all guests will receive covid-19 insurance during their stay.

 

BED Nimman, an eight-storey hotel, invites you to discover our 56 clean and hygienic rooms with air-conditioning, walk-in shower, towels, hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. We offer twin, double and family rooms for up to three people. All rooms contain a modern design with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, free Wifi, free minibar and unlimited bottles of drinking water!

https://bed.co.th/bed-nimman-hotel

Reservations available soon!

7. IBIS STYLES HOTEL: 3.5 stars (approx. 2 km to Start-Finish & Expo)
  • Suitable for: Athletes (int’l & local)
  • Rooms Available: 150 Rooms per night
  • Price: USD50 NETT per room night (single/twin are the same rates)
  • Room rate is inclusive of service charge & 7% VAT
  • Distance : 2 KM to Race Venue
  • Late check-out at 14:00 hrs, Free Wifi and Early Breakfast on Race day.
  • Please note that all guests will receive covid-19 insurance during their stay.

 

Ibis Styles Chiang Mai provides value accommodation just 20 minutes from Chiang Mai International Airport and Chiang Mai Railway station. 10 minutes walk to MAYA Lifestyle Shopping Mall and Nimmanhaemin Road. The hotel features a total of 208 rooms, it offers free WiFi in rooms and around the hotel.

https://all.accor.com/hotel/8108/index.en.shtml

Reservations available soon!

8. CHIANGMAI PHUCOME HOTEL: 3 stars (approx. 2.5 km to Start-Finish & Expo)
  • Suitable for: Athletes (int’l & local)
  • Rooms Available: 300 Rooms per night
  • Price: USD45 NETT per room night (single/twin are the same rates)
  • Room rate is inclusive of service charge & 7% VAT
  • Distance : 2.5 KM to Race Venue
  • Late check-out at 14:00 hrs, Free Wifi and Early Breakfast on Race day.
  • Please note that all guests will receive covid-19 insurance during their stay.

 

A charming teak wood hotel at the base of Doi Suthep mountain combining a natural setting with excellent services in the traditional friendly atmosphere of Lanna style. You will enjoy a pleasant stay in our view of the rooms. Each room is equipped with a complete array of services to assure your complete comfort. We look forward to seeing you with our warm hospitality.

https://www.phucome.com

Reservations available soon!

9. CHIANGMAI HILL HOTEL: 3 stars (approx. 3 km to Start-Finish & Expo)
  • Suitable for: Athletes (int’l & local)
  • Rooms Available: 200 Rooms per night
  • Price: USD45 NETT per room night (single/twin are the same rates)
  • Room rate is inclusive of service charge & 7% VAT
  • Distance : 3 KM to Race Venue
  • Late check-out at 14:00 hrs, Free Wifi and Early Breakfast on Race day.
  • Please note that all guests will receive covid-19 insurance during their stay.

 

The heart and soul of Lanna heritage. Along with the touch of town, Chiangmai Hill Hotel proud to present the utmost pleasant services to ensure your preserved moments in Chiangmai. Convenient and comfortable accompanied by the commitment to the best, are our priorities to enhance your pleasure while staying.

https://www.chiangmaihillhotel.com

Reservations available soon!

Getting into Thailand

Thailand’s International Airports Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok is the main air gateway into Thailand. It serves more than 50 international airlines, representing every major carrier in the world. Apart from Suvarnabhumit Airport, regional airports, such as Chiang Mai International Airport, Phuket International Airport, serve a small number of direct international arrivals and departures each day.


Travel to Chiang Mai

There will be a discount code given to all athlete and delegates.


[By Plane]

The fastest way to travel to Chiang Mai is to book a flight and fly from Bangkok to Chiang Mai. It would take approximately 1hrs – 2hrs to arrive at the destination. You can choose to leave either from Don Muang International Airport or Suvarnabhumi International Airport. Normally, the ticket cost would be depending on how comfortable the seats are. Also, the price could be higher during the high season and keep rising as the date of the flight comes closer.

Local carriers also offer flights from Bangkok to Chiang Mai almost every hour. There are 2 airports located in Bangkok: Don Mueang(DMK) and Suvarnabhumi(BKK). It would be best if you book a flight that flies out to Chiang Mai from the same airport you arrive in Bangkok.  Please click the links for more information and booking.

Don Mueang(DMK)

Nok Air: https://www.nokair.com/

Thai Lion Air: https://lionairthai.com/en/

Suvarnabhumi(BKK)

Thai Airways: https://www.thaiairways.com/en_TH/index.page

Thai Smiles: https://www.thaismileair.com/en/

Thai Vietjet Air: https://www.vietjetair.com/Sites/Web/th-TH/Home

Bangkok Airways: https://www.bangkokair.com/

Don Mueang(DMK)&Suvarnabhumi(BKK)

AirAsia: https://www.airasia.com/en/gb


[By Train]

For those who would like to enjoy the scenery surrounded by railways, without worrying much about travel time, the best choice is to ride a train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai. The train would take about 11hrs – 15hrs to get you to Chiang Mai. The lower class train would cost a smaller amount of money and offer less comfort while the higher class train’s price ticket would be more expensive and offer better services.

For more information about train tickets and reservations, please click the links below.

https://www.thailandtrains.com/buy-train-tickets-from-bangkok-to-chiang-mai/

https://12go.asia/en/travel/bangkok/chiang-mai?date=2021-11-05


[By Coach]

If you would like to spend a low budget but reach Chiang Mai faster than riding a train, traveling by bus might be the greatest option for you. The time needed for this is around 9hrs – 11hrs. Busses would depart from Bangkok’s Mo Chit station and arrive at Chiang Mai’s Eastern (Main) bus terminal almost every hour. There are regular and VIP services, which differ in terms of price and comfort levels.

Please click the links below to find out more about the details and make a reservation.

Sombattour: https://www.sombattour.com/

Nakhonchaiair: https://www2.nakhonchaiair.com/view/


Useful Information

Electric and Plugs Voltage is 220 Volts with either 2 flat blades (NEMA 1-15 or JIS C 8303) or round 2 pin plugs (Europlug CEE 7/16). You can buy an adapter for shavers, laptop computers, mobile chargers, etc., on arrival at most department stores.


[Useful Telephone Numbers]

While traveling in Thailand is fairly easy, these phone numbers might come in handy. Write them down and keep them in your wallet, for peace of mind. Tourist Police 1155 (English, French and German spoken) Tourist Service Center 1672 Telephone Directory Assistance 1133 Thailand Yellow Pages 1188 Highway Police 1193 Tourism Authority of Thailand 1672 Immigration Bureau +66 (0)2 287 3101 to 10 Suvarnabhumi International Airport +66 (0)2 132 1888 Thai Airways 1566 Bangkok Taxi Call Center 1681, 1661, +66 (0)2 424 2222 For emergency numbers, scroll down to Emergencies section.


[Time Zone]

Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +7 hours.


[Postal Services]

Thailand’s postal services are generally reliant and efficient. Post offices are usually open Mondays to Fridays from 8am to 4.30pm, some are open Saturday 8.30am to 12.00. Normal postal delivery and collection services are made twice a day – morning and afternoon. However, some areas are only serviced once a day. Several individual shops offer reliable postal services, but add a small service fee on top of the regular postage. Major hotels provide basic postal services on their premises. International courier services are also available and include DHL, Federal Express, TNT, UPS and Air Borne.


[Communications]

Telephone Services

Since September 1, 2006 all telephone numbers in Thailand have ten digits including the area code. The international dialing code for Thailand is 66 and you must drop the 0 from the area code. International direct connections (IDD) to almost every country are provided by the Communication Authority of Thailand (CAT). For directory assistance in the great Bangkok Metropolitan area, dial 13. For directory assistance in the provincial areas, dial 183. For operator-assisted long distance calls, dial 101 for domestic calls, 100 for international calls.


Mobile Phones
Using your mobile phone in Thailand shouldn’t be a problem if you arrange for international roaming in your home country. Normally the phone charge is calculated from your home country to the destination number and can be very expensive. True, AIS, DTAC are the leading service providers. If you will be staying in Thailand for a while, it is worth considering purchasing a SIM card with a prepaid option – it’s much less expensive than roaming as well as making it easier for local parties to reach you. Cards to upload credit are available from convenience stores (e.g. 7/11) nationwide. A good place to buy a local SIM card or handset is MBK, where an entire floor is dedicated to mobile communications.


[Business hours]

The business hours in Thailand vary according to the type of business. Shopping Malls usually open around 10:00 and close between 20:00 and 22:00. Banks open from 9:00 to 15:30 (Mon-Fri), except those located inside shopping malls which open and close a bit later, but usually no later than 10:30 – 20:00 (daily). Smaller businesses have individual hours. Pubs and bars open at different times but close at 23:00, except those located in the designated entertainment zones. Government offices open at 8:30 and close at 4:30, with one-hour lunch break from noon to 13:00.


[Alcohol Sales]

The sale of alcohol is heavily regulated in Thailand. You can only buy between 11:00 – 14:00 and 17:00 – midnight, no alcohol sale is allowed on the King’s or Queen’s birthdays, election weekends and special religious holidays.


[Language Thai (official)]

English is fairly widely understood and spoken in most tourist areas. Bilingual Thai / English road signs are found on all road signs, BTS Skytrain and MRT Subway stations and some local buses.


[Emergency Phone Numbers]

Let’s hope you will never be in a situation where you require emergency services, but in case you do, rest assured, Bangkok’s numerous hospitals can provide help in urgent situations.

Police: 191

Fire: 199

Ambulance: 1554

Bumrungrad International (emergency): +66 (0)2 667 2999

Samitivej Sukhumvit Ambulance Hotline: +66 (0)2 712 7007

Bangkok Hospital emergency room: +66 (0)2 310 3102


 

Travel in Chiang Mai

 

[SHUTTLE BUS] Valid for Athletes & families only

The Event Shuttle Bus service will be provided for runners’ convenience during the event From November 5-14, 2021.

Reservation

Before the Race: November 5-9, 2021

Routing 1: Chiang Mai International Airport -Official Hotels.

Fares: Free for Athletes and official with ID card / 150 THB (approx. 5 USD) per person for all family members

During the Race: November 10-14, 2021

Routing 1: From Chiang Mai International Airport to Official Hotels.

Service hour: every hour start from 06:00 till 23:00 hrs.

Fares: Free for Athletes and official with ID card / 150 THB (approx. 5 USD) per person for all family members

Routing 2 : From Official Hotels to Venue.

Service hour: every 10 to 30 mins (schedules to be confirmed).

Fares: Free for Athletes and official with ID card / 50 THB (approx. 2 USD) per person for all family members

Routing 3 : From Venue to Official Hotels.

Service hour: every 15 to 30 mins (schedules to be confirmed).

Fares: Free for Athletes and official with ID card / 50 THB (approx. 2 USD) per person for all family members

After the Race: November 14-15, 2021

Routing 1: From Official Hotels to Chiang Mai International Airport.

Service hour: on request. (please contact tournament hospitality desk)

Fares: Free for Athletes and official with ID card / 150 THB (approx. 5 USD) per person for all family members


[TAXI]

Chiang Mai’s air-conditioned taxis are not easy to wave down the street and their numbers are small. They generally wait for customers at the airport, railway station, bus station, malls, and hotels. Most of the tourists prefer taking a taxi to their hotels. An alternative to taking a taxi is to use the Grab App. by downloading the app on your mobile. Grab could be called using the application anywhere you are, so it is more convenient than taking a taxi.


[CAR RENTAL]

Those who wish to travel as a group might as well consider renting a car and getting a local driver. The driver may be able to recommend nice places and drive safely as they are familiar with the route. You can either book at the airport or contact these agencies via the websites below.

AVIS: https://www.avisthailand.com/EN/index.php

Hertz: http://www.hertzthailand.com/

*Note: There will be a discount code offered later (TBC).


[TOUR PACKAGES & SIGHTSEEINGS]

You can enjoy some sightseeing attractions around Chiang Mai or if  you need to relax a little bit, we recommend you to try Spa and Massage treatment offered along Nimmanhaemin Road, which will offer some special discount for those who show Event ID Card, or shop till you drop at the Night Market nearby in a walking distance.

Please contact the hotel’s concierge for more information and reservations.

 

To know more about Chiang Mai & Thailand, please visit our Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) website: https://www.tourismthailand.org


 

VISA

Tourist Visas Tourists from many countries (including the US, UK, Germany, France and Singapore) do not require a visa when entering Thailand and can stay for a duration of 30-days. In many of these countries (including the US, UK, Australia, Germany, France and Singapore) you can apply for a 60-day tourist visa before you leave. If you hold a Brazilian, Peruvian or South Korean passport, you are exempted from visa requirements and are permitted to enter and stay in Thailand for a period of not exceeding 90 days. Citizens of some other countries are required to apply for a 15-day visa at immigration checkpoints on arrival, while others must apply for one before they leave. It all depends on the particular visa arrangement Thailand has with your home country. The best way to find out is to check with either the Thai Immigration Bureau or the Thai Embassy or Consulate in your home country. Coming to Thailand for business is a whole different story. Check out the Legalities section of our Business Essentials Guide for information about the visas necessary for those looking to work or gain employment here.

 

  • For Thai embassy contact please click this link. https://www.thaiembassy.org/
  • In the case that there is no Thai embassy in your country, please contact the Thai embassy located nearest to your country.

EXPO & CONFERENCE

WORLD Athletics Global Running Summit & Trail Expo 2021 will be organized in conjunction with the 2021 Amazing Thailand World Mountain and Trail Championship at the Chiang Mai International Exhibition and Convention Centre during November 8-14, 2021.

International ExhibitorsLocal ExhibitorsBooking for Space & Booths
For more information please contace: expo.wmtrc2021@gmail.com

NEWS & MEDIA

International Release:

[World Athletics]

 

[IAU]

 

[ITRA]

 

[World Mountain Running Association]

 

[Others]

 

Norway  News:

 

French  News:

 

Japanese  News:

 

Spanish   News:

 

Russia  News:

PHOTO GALLERY

Chiang Mai (Official Images)

LOC MEETING#1 | Ministry of Tourism and Sports | January 26, 2021

LOC MEETING#2 | Tourism Authority of Thailand | February 2, 2021

If you would like to request a high-resolution picture, please contact secretariat team (info@wmtrc2021thailand@gmail.com)

FAQ

REGISTRATION / คำถามเกี่ยวการสมัครแข่งขัน

RACE / คำถามด้านเทคนิคแข่งขัน

COURSE / คำถามเกี่ยวกับเส้นทางแข่งขัน

SPECTATOR & VOLUNTEER / คำถามสำหรับผู้ชมและอาสาสมัคร 

GENERAL / คำถามทั่วไป