Global Organization of Multi-Day Ultramarathoners

Dedicated to the history and record-keeping of the sport of multi-day ultramarathoning

who we are 

The Global Organization of Multi-Day Ultramarathoning (GOMU) tracks and maintains records for all Standard and Non-Standard multi-day distances/times for women and men. We organize the GOMU Multi-Day World Championships, where athletes can contest these records and be inspired to transcend their limits. We embrace the past to inspire our future.



2024 GOMU 48-HR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 

MAY 31 - JUNE 2, 2024, BALATONFÜRED, HUNGARY

CHAMPIONSHIP OVER - RECAP SOON!


2024 GOMU 6-DAY WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 

SEPT 5-11, 2024, BALATONFÜRED, HUNGARY

 REGISTRATION WAITLIST  HERE! 


2025 GOMU 6-DAY WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

APRIL 28 - MAY 4, 2025, VALLON PONT D'ARC, FRANCE

 REGISTRATION HERE! 


2025 GOMU 48-HR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

MAY 30 - JUNE 1, 2025

PABIANICE, POLAND

REGISTRATION TBA!


FIRST EVER 72-HR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

2025 GOMU 72-HR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

SEPTEMBER 25-28, BALATONFÜRED, HUNGARY

REGISTRATION TBA


 ORGANIZING COMMITTEE 

                  

TRISHUL CHERNS - PRESIDENT

Canada, USA


yiannis kouros - Vice president

Greece, Australia

viktoria brown - vice president

Canada, Hungary

 Eoin Keith (Ireland) 

 Bob Hearn (USA)

 Amy Mower (USA) Secretary

Abichal Sherrington (Wales)

 Eric Frank Wright (South Africa)


Käären Schilke-Cherns (USA) Assistant to the President and Vice Presidents


Records Committee: Bob Hearn (chair) and Trishul Cherns 


Advisory Panel:

Eleanor Robinson (Great Britain)

Richard Brown (Great Britain)

Edit Berces (Hungary)

Jean-Louis Vidal (France)

Mihaela Ivanova Englaro (Bulgaria)



Start of the first certified 1000 mile race in the modern multi-day era

1985 Sri Chinmoy 1000 mile race