There are stair races in many different countries all over the world
Runners climb skyscrapers, towers and outdoor staircases. The main concern of the elite runners is to be faster than the others - most of us climb stairs for fitness reasons very often combined with a charity aspect and we like race atmosphere.The idea of this World Cup is to create a ranking for elite stair racers taking into account that for obvious reasons there are not many possibilities of direct competition.
Ranking Top 10
Rules and Regulations
For quick reference the most important points are summarized in this document. At one look you wil find everything you need to know about our ranking..In the new 2017 season all higher valued races belong to the
This small document gives hints to event organizers answering the most common questions about the role of events in the Towerrunning World Cup.
Information for Event Organizers
Towerrunning Tour 2017
Very important for race organizers and timing companies is our standardized results form. To support us in our evaluations we kindly ask race organizers to take care of this document.
And to learn about how many points you can get at different races take a look at our Scoring Matrix. The tables show how many points you get in races with the respective factor.
Scoring Matrix: 40 - 60 - 80 - 120 - 160 - 200 - 280
2016: Suzanne Walsham (AUS) - Piotr Lobodzinski (POL) - Czech Republic
2015: Suzanne Walsham (AUS) - Piotr Lobodzinski (POL) - Australia
2014: Suzanne Walsham (AUS) - Piotr Lobodzinski (POL) - Australia
2013: Suzanne Walsham (AUS) - Piotr Lobodzinski (POL) - Australia
2012: Suzanne Walsham (AUS) - Thomas Dold (GER) - Germany
2011: Cristina Bonacina (ITA) - Thomas Dold (GER) - Germany
2010: Melissa Moon (NZL) - Thomas Dold (GER) - USA
2009: Suzanne Walsham (AUS) - Thomas Dold (GER) - Germany