International running competition 9th of October

An open Lithuanian autumn cross country championship 9th of October

Winners

On October 9th at 12.35 pm in Smiltyne (Smiltynes str. 13, at the sports and health base) – a cannon shot shall announce the beginning of the 21th traditional international race – “Amber Nautical Mile 2021”. This is the XXI century’s sports and health project: race for everybody – for the big and small, professional runners and beginners. At the same time an open Lithuanian autumn cross-country at 3 and 6 nautical miles will take place. The winners of the previous fourteen races are:


 Winners of 6 nautical miles

Year Name, surname Result City, country
2001 Darius Gruzdys 37:03,4 Klaipėda (Lithuania)
2002 Dainius Šaučikovas 35:18,0 Šiauliai (Lithuania)
2003 Viktors Slesarionoks 35:50,0 Ryga (Latvia)
2004 Dimitrijs Slesarionoks 35:44,0 Ryga (Latvia)
2005 Valerijs Žolnerovičs 35:30,0 Ugale (Latvia)
2006 Pavel Loskutov 34:38,0 Valga (Estonia)
2007 Aleksandr Matveičiuk 34:46,0 Ukraine
2008 Tomas Matijošius 36:09,0 Vilnius (Lithuania)
2009 Valerijs Žolnerovičs 34:40,0 Ventspilis (Latvia)
2010 Vitaliy Shafar 34:09,0 Lutsk (Ukraine)
2011 Vitaliy Shafar 34:00,0 Lutsk (Ukraine)
2012 Marius Diliūnas 35:28,0 Pakruojis (Lithuania)
2013 Mykola Yuhimchuk 35:00,0 Lutsk (Ukraine)
2014 Mykola Yuhimchuk 35:00,0 Lutsk (Ukraine)
2015 Vitaliy Shafar 33:52,0 Lutsk (Ukraine)
2017 Siarhei Platonou 35:13,0 Mogiliov (Belarus)
2018 Justinas Beržanskis 34:59,0 Šiauliai (Lithuania)
2019 Remigijus Kančys 35:23,0 Kaunas
2020 Siarhei Platonou 34:04,0 Mogiliov (Belarus)

The 3 and 6  nautical miles track are permanent and records are registered 3 nautical miles track record has been beaten 6 times. The best result last year was reached by runner Ekaterina Korneenko from Belarus – 18:55,0, who won  overall 1000 eur. Men have managed to beat the 6 nautical miles route 5 times. The best result was reached in 2015 by an ukrainian runner Vitalij Shafar – 33:52,0.


 Winners of 3 nautical miles

Year Name, surname Result City, country
2001 Vida Bytautienė 20:23,3 Klaipėda (Lithuania)
2002 Inga Juodeškienė 19:27,0 Kaunas (Lithuania)
2003 Inna Poluskina 19:26,0 Ryga (Latvia)
2004 Daniela Fetcėre 19:30,0 Ryga (Latvia)
2005 Daniela Fetcėre 19:25,0 Ryga (Latvia)
2006 Daniela Fetcėre 19:14,0 Ryga (Latvia)
2007 Daniela Fetcėre 19:13,0 Ryga (Latvia)
2008 Justina Jasutytė 20:24,0 Šiauliai (Lithuania)
2009 Rasa Drazdauskaitė 18:56,0 Šiauliai (Lithuania)
2010 Rasa Drazdauskaitė 19:04,0 Šiauliai (Lithuania)
2011 Aleksandra Duliba 19:14,0 Lutskas (Ukraine)
2012 Aleksandra Duliba 19:17,0 Lutskas (Ukraina)
2013 Inna Poluskina 19:32,0 Ryga (Latvia)
2014 Diana Lobačevskė 19:07,0 Vilnius (Lithuania)
2015 Milda Vilčinskaitė 20:01,0 Kaunas (Lithuania)
2017 Loreta Kančytė 20:04,0 Kaunas (Lithuania)
2018 Vaida Žūsinaitė 19:16,0 Kaunas (Lithuania)
2019 Ekaterina Korneenko 19:02,0 Minsk(Belarus)
2020 Ekaterina Korneenko 18:55,0 Minsk(Belarus)

 

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