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Marcela Vašínová of Austria and Czech, Peter Fraňo, won the fourth leg of World Mountain Running Association World Cup (WMRA). The installment was held at Tatra Sky Marathon in Kościelisko, Poland on Saturday.
Here's our women's podium for Tatra SkyMarathon, round 4 of our World Cup:— WMRA (@WMRAmountainrun) July 24, 2021
🥇Marcela Vasinova (AUT) 5.02.08
🥈Katarzyna Solinska (POL) 5.12.36
🥉Charlotte Morgan (GBR) 5.23.11#wmraworldcup pic.twitter.com/6PN8bTCY8L
Vašínová won by more than 10 minutes over the second woman Katarzyna Solińska of Poland. The route was approximately 40K long. She clocked a time of 5:02:08.
Meanwhile, Solińska built a big gap over Britain’s Charlotte Morgan who later faded but hung on to earn a bronze medal.
Fraňo won the men’s race, finishing nearly five minutes ahead of second-place recording a 4:30:18 performance.
Andrzej Witek made it a one-two for the host country, also finishing five minutes ahead of Spain’s Raúl Criado Sánchez. Sánchez, Started fast but faded in the latter stages to claim bronze.
The fifth stage of the WMRA Mountain Running World Cup will take place in Zinal, Switzerland.