All-Time Results

The World Cross Country Championships (1973-Present) (Held by the International Association of Athletics Federations, IAAF)

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IAAF Facts and Figures (latest edition, 2017)


Individual Winners, Teams, and Trends [ARRS]


Year By Year Results [ATHCHAMPS – Athletics Championships] (1973-2007)


Full Database Results [Wikipedia]

The International Cross Country Championships (1898-1973) (Held by the International Cross Country Union, ICCU)

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Individual Winners, Teams, and Trends [ARRS]


Year By Year Results [ATHCHAMPS – Athletics Championships] (1903-1972)


Full Database Results [Wikipedia]

Cross Country Running in the Summer Olympic Games (1912, 1920, 1924) (Held by the International Olympic Committee, IOC)

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Full Results [Wikipedia]


1912  IndividualTeam


1920  IndividualTeam


1924  IndividualTeam

IAAF Cross Country Permit Meetings (1991-Present) (Approved by the International Association of Athletics Federations, IAAF)

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IAAF World Cross Challenge End-of-Season Results (1991-2000)


IAAF Cross Country Permit Meetings, Calendar and Meet Results (1999-Present)


Belgium:


Lotto Crosscup Brussels, Bruxelles, Belgium [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


France:


Cross Auchan Lille Metropole, Tourcoing, France Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


Great Britain and Northern Ireland:


Antrim International Cross Country, Antrim, Northern Ireland [ARRS] [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


Great Edinburgh Cross Country, Edinburgh, Scotland [Wiki] [The Sixth Counter, 2017]


Great North Cross Country, Newcastle and Durham, England Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


Italy:


Campaccio-International Cross Country, San Giorgio su Legnano, Italy [ARRS] [Wiki] Men (long) [ARRS] | Men (short) [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


Cinque Mulini, San Vittore Olona, Italy [ARRS] [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS] [Tracksmith, 2015] [The Sixth Counter, 2017]


Japan:


Chiba International Cross Country, Chiba, Japan [ARRS] [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


Fukuoka International Cross Country, Fukuoka, Japan [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


Kenya:


Athletics Kenya Cross Country, Nairobi, Kenya [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


Luxembourg:


Eurocross, Diekirch, Luxembourg [ARRS] [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


Portugal:


Almond Blossom Cross Country, Albufeira, Portugal [ARRS] [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


Cross Internacional de Oeiras, Oeiras, Portugal [Wiki]


Spain:


Cross de Atapuerca, Burgos, Spain [Wiki]


Cross Internacional de la Constitucion, Alcobendas, Spain [ARRS] [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


Cross Internacional de Italica, Sevilla, Spain [ARRS] [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


Cross Internacional Juan Muguerza, Elgoibar Spain [ARRS] [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


Campo a Través Internacional de Soria, Soria, Spain [Wiki]


Cross Internacional de Llodio, Llodio, Spain [ARRS] [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


Cross International Zaornotza, Amorebieta, Spain [ARRS] [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


Cross de San Donostia, San Sebastian, Spain [ARRS] [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]

Continental Cross Country Championships (1986-Present) (Various Origins)

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European Cross Country Championships [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


African Cross Country Championships [Wiki]


NACAC Cross Country Championships [Wiki]


Asian Cross Country Championships [Wiki] [ARRS]


The Oceanic Cross Country Championships [Wiki]


South American Cross Country Championships [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women (Long) [ARRS] | Women (Short) [ARRS]

Regional Cross Country Championships (1940-Present) (Various Origins)

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The Nordic Cross Country Championships [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


The Pan American Cross Country Cup [Wiki]


Central American and Caribbean Cross Country Championships [Wiki]


Arab Cross Country Championships [Wiki]


Balkan Cross Country Championships [Wiki] Men [ARRS] | Women [ARRS]


CADICA Cross Country Championships [Wiki]

National Cross Country Championships (1876-Present) (Various Origins)

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Algeria [ARRS]


Argentina [ARRS]


Australia [ARRS]


Austria [ARRS]


Belgium [ARRS]


Bulgaria [ARRS]


Canada [ARRS]


Croatia [ARRS]


Czech Republic [ARRS]


Denmark [ARRS]


England [ARRS] [GBR Athletics]


Estonia [ARRS]


Ethiopia [Wiki]


Finland [ARRS]


France [ARRS]


Germany [ARRS]


Hungary [ARRS]


Italy [ARRS]


Kenya [ARRS]


Luxembourg [ARRS]


Netherlands [ARRS]


Norway [ARRS]


New Zealand [ARRS]


Poland [ARRS]


Portugal [ARRS]


Romania [ARRS]


Scotland [ARRS]


Slovakia [ARRS]


Slovenia [ARRS]


South Africa [ARRS]


Spain [ARRS]


Sweden [ARRS]


Switzerland [ARRS]


Trinidad and Tobago [ARRS]


Tunisia [ARRS]


United States [RealXC] [ARRS]


Wales [ARRS]

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Origin, 1899 (Frank Leslie’s Illustrated News)


Team Winners (Wikipedia)


Team Winners and Scores, 1899-1908 (Spalding)


Team Winners and Scores, 1908-2005 (IC4A)

The NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships (1938-Present) (Held by the National Collegiate Athletic Association, NCAA)
The NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships (1958-Present) (Held by the National Collegiate Athletic Association, NCAA)
The NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships (1973-Present) (Held by the National Collegiate Athletic Association, NCAA)

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The NAIA Cross Country Championships (1956-Present) (Held by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, NAIA)

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Team Result [Wiki] Men | Women


NAIA Records [Through 2008] Men | Women

The World University Cross Country Championships (1968-Present) (Held by the International University Sports Federation, FISU)
The British Students Universities Cross Country Championship (1964-Present) (Held by the British Universities Sports Federation, BUSF 1964-2006, and British Universities and Colleges Sport, BUCS 2005-Present)

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The Canadian University Sports Cross Country Championships (1963-Present) (Held by the Canadian Interuniversity Sports, U-Sport)

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Nike Cross Nationals (2004-Present) (Held by Nike)

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The Foot Locker Cross Country Championships (1979-Present) (Held by Foot Locker)

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Meet by Meet Results [Prep Cal Track] 1980s | 1990s | 2000s


Individual Winners and Teams [Wiki]


Official Archive [Foot Locker CC]

U.S. High School State Championships (1913-Present) (Overseen by the National Federation for State High School Associations, NFHS)
The English Schools’ Cross Country Championship (1960-Present) (Held by the English Schools’ Athletic Association, ESAA)

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Individual Winners and Teams [GBR Athletics] (1960-2006)


Results [English Schools’ Athletics Association] (1997-2013)


Results [English Schools’ Athletics Association] (2013-Present)

School Sport Canada Cross Country Championship (1973-Present) (Held by School Sport Canada, SSC)

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Further Reading (Other Important Links)