|birthday||20th December 1972 (age 47)|
|place of birth||Lower Hutt , New Zealand|
|Best performance||2:13:00 h (marathon)|
|last change: January 10, 2018|
Jonathan Wyatt (born December 20, 1972 in Lower Hutt ) is a New Zealand long-distance runner and has been the dominant mountain runner in the world since the late 1990s . He won the world championship in mountain running in 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2007 and 2008.
Wyatt won his first four world championship titles on pure uphill routes, which are always chosen in the even years for the world championships on the normal distance.
In 2005 he took part in the Uphill-Downhill World Championships for the second time and won them for the first time, although he actually preferred pure uphill routes.
In 2006 he finished second at the World Mountain Running Championships . In 2007 he won the world championships on the long distance as part of the Jungfrau Marathon (42.2 kilometers in length; 1829 meters uphill; 305 meters downhill). In 2008 he won the world championship again on an uphill stretch in Crans-Montana .
He is an eight-time winner of the WMRA World Cup (1999, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009).
He has not appeared internationally since 2011. Today he works in the development team of the Trento company La Sportiva .
|Date / year||rank||competition||venue||time||comment|
|Sep 14 2008||1||Mountain Running World Championships 2008||Sierre||00:55:04||Mountain running world champion (12.0 km, 930 m ascent)|
|Sep 10 2006||2||Mountain running world championships 2006||Bursa||00:56:22||Runner-up world champion (12.0 km, 1275 m elevation gain)|
|25 Sep 2005||1||Mountain running world championships 2005||Wellington||00:53:23||Mountain running world champion (13.5 km, 930 m ascent)|
|2004||1||Mountain Running World Championships 2004||Sauze d'Oulx||Mountain running world champion|
|2002||1||Mountain running world championships 2002||innsbruck||Mountain running world champion|
|2000||1||Mountain running world championships 2000||Bergen (Chiemgau)||Mountain run world champion at the Hochfellnberg run|
|1998||1||Mountain running world championships 1998||Reunion Island||Mountain running world champion|
Successes in mountain runs
- 1999 - First at the World for Mountain Running Grand Prix
- 2000 - Winner of the 12th international Schlickeralmlauf (Berglauf Grand Prix) in Telfes im Stubai (AUT)
- 2001 - Winner of the Drei-Zinnen-Lauf in Sexten (ITA)
- 2003 - First in the mountain running classic in Switzerland Sierre - Zinal and course record in 2:29:12
- 2003 - First in the Jungfrau Marathon and course record in 2:49:01
- 2003 - Winner of the 15th international Schlickeralmlauf (Berglauf Grand Prix) in Telfes im Stubai (AUT)
- 2004 - Winner at the Dolomitenmann in Lienz ( East Tyrol )
- 2004 - Winner of the Mount Washington Road Race with a new course record
- 2004 - Winner of the Three Peaks Run in Sexten (ITA)
- 2004 - Winner of the 16th international Schlickeralmlauf (Berglauf Grand Prix) in Telfes im Stubai (AUT) with a new course record of 55:32
- 2005 - Winner at the Dolomitenmann in Lienz (East Tyrol)
- 2005 - Winner of the Kolsassberg Run 2005 with a new course record (24: 11.98 min)
- 2005 - Winner of the Three Peaks Run in Sexten (ITA)
- 2005 - Winner of the 17th international Schlickeralmlauf (Berglauf Grand Prix) in Telfes im Stubai (AUT)
- 2006 - Victory in the Graubünden marathon from Chur to the Parpaner Rothorn
- 2006 - Victory at the Achensee run in Tyrol over 23.2 kilometers
- 2006 - Winner of the 18th international Schlickeralmlauf (Berglauf Grand Prix) in Telfes im Stubai (AUT)
- 2006 - Victory in the Schneeberglauf with a new course record (52:21)
- 2006 - Victory at the Kolsassberg Run 2006 with a new course record (Min 23: 17.20)
- 2006 - Victory at the Gamperney Mountain Run with a new course record (41: 55.51)
- 2007 - victory in the Schneeberglauf
- 2007 - Winner of the Jungfrau Marathon in 2:55:32 (at the same time world championships of the long distance)
- 2007 - Ex-aequo winner with Marco De Gasperi (ITA) at the Kolsassberg Run 2007
- 2008 - Victory in the Schneeberglauf
- 2008 - Victory in the Graubünden marathon from Chur to the Parpaner Rothorn near Lenzerheide
- 2008 - Winner at the Dolomitenmann in Lienz ( East Tyrol )
- 2008 - Winner of the Tour de Tirol in Söll Tirol
- 2008 - Winner of the 20th international Schlickeralm run in Telfes im Stubai (AUT)
- 2008 - Mountain running world champion in Crans-Montana (11.97 km; 1046 m altitude difference in 0:55:03)
- 2008 - Ex-aequo winner with Marco De Gasperi (ITA) at the Kolsassberg Run 2008
- 2009 - Victory at the Zermatt Marathon with a new course record (2:57:47)
- 2009 - Winner of the Kolsassberg Run (December 13, 2009, 5253 m / 593 m difference in altitude in 23: 58.50)
- 2009 - Winner of the Jungfrau Marathon 42195 m length / 1829 m ascent / 305 m descent in 2: 58.33.4
- 2010 - Winner of the Drei-Zinnen-Lauf in Sexten (ITA)
- 2010 - Winner of the 22nd international Schlickeralmlauf in Telfes im Stubai (AUT), with 7 victories record winner and course record holder (2004) at the Schlickeralmlauf
Wyatt also took first places in numerous other mountain races and mountain marathons and holds many course records.
- 2011 - Winner of the Drei-Zinnen-Lauf in Sexten (ITA) Time: 1: 29.02
Success on flat routes
- 1996 - 16th place at the Atlanta Summer Olympics in the 5000 m run
- 2002 - Sixth in the Commonwealth Games marathon in Manchester in 2:14:20
- 2002 - Winner of the media marathon in Munich in 2:23:19
- 2003 - 10,000 m in 27: 56.72 in Inglewood ( New Zealand )
- Jonathan Wyatt in the database of World Athletics (English)
- Portrait of Jonathan Wyatt at Laufreport.de
- Westfalen Blatt: Jonathan Wyatt: "I have achieved everything". (No longer available online.) April 23, 2013, formerly in the original ; Retrieved June 17, 2013 . ( Page no longer available , search in web archives ) Info: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.
- Franz Stöckl: district sheets Kolsassberg Run . OK from the Kolsassberg Classic & Run. December 7, 2008. Retrieved December 20, 2008.
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||New Zealand marathon and mountain runner|
|DATE OF BIRTH||December 20, 1972|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Lower Hutt , New Zealand|