2019 – OMM Japan, –
2019 – OMM, Clyde MuirShiel Regional Park, Coastal Scotland
2019 – OMM Festival, Forest of Dean – Results
2018 – OMM Japan, –
2014 Cheviots, North East England – Results
2013 Brecon Beacons, South Wales – Results
2012 Howgill Fells, North Pennines – Results
2011 Comrie, Scotland – Results
2010 Dartmoor, South West England – Results
2009 Elan Valley, Wales – Results
2008 Borrowdale, Cumbria – Results
“The Great Storm” When the event hit the worlds media. The only time the race has been stopped.
2007 Lowther Hills, Scotland – Results
2006 Galloway Forest Park, Scotland – Results
Name changed to the OMM, Original Mountain Marathon. Total commitment to continuity of event excellence and the best innovative lightweight gear.
2005 Ullswater , Cumbria – Results
2004 Brecon Beacons, South Wales – Results
Mark Seddon completed his 10th win of the Elite section and awarded ‘freedom of the event’
2003 Langholme, Scottish Borders – Results
2002 Cheviot, Northunberland – Results
2001 Clyde Muirsheil Regional Park, Scotland – Results
2000 Lake District, Cumbria – Results
1999 Cowal Peninsula Argyll, Scotland
Introduction of digital timekeeping and uploading to website.
1998 Howgill Fells, North Pennines
The ‘howling Howgills’ was exceptionally tough and recorded for the first time online; the first UK event to do so.
1997 Kielder Forest, North East England
1996 Galloway Forest Park & Hills, Scotland
1995 Brecon Beacons, South Wales
1994 St Mary’s Loch and Manor, Scotland
1993 Upper Nithsdale & Queensberry Hills, Scotland
1992 Northern Lake District, Cumbria
1991 Arrochar Alps, Scotland
1990 Glen Lyon, Scotland
1989 Howgill Fells, North Pennines
First KIMM Sack is produced
1988 Cheviots, Northumberland
1987 Ffestiniog Snowdonia, North Wales
1986 Galloway Hills, Scotland
1985 Langdale, Cumbria
1984 Peak District, Pennines
1983 Strathyre, Scotland
1982 Dartmoor, South West England
Gerry Charnley was killed on Helvellyn and Jen Longbottom took over the organisation.
1981 Langdale, Cumbria
1980 Isle of Arran, Scotland
1979 Rhinogs, North Wales
1978 Peebles, Scotland
1977 Howgill Fells, North Pennines
A special 1: 40,000 scale map was commissioned from Harvey Maps, enabling the setting of high standards for mountain navigation.
1976 Galloway Highland, Scotland
Galloway had exceptionally bad weather with only 30% completing. Gerry Charnley the organiser, when asked in a BBC interview “don’t you think this event is too tough?” responded, ”Everybody knows this is the KIMM, the toughest event on the calendar and it’s not a Sunday afternoon picnic.”
1975 Ennerdale, Cumbria
1974 Cheviot, Northumberland
1973 Plas Gwynant, North Wales
1972 Tibbie Shiels, Scottish Borders
First overseas competitors, Norwegians Stig Berge and Karl Martin Larsenn won the Elite class.
1971 Plas-y-Brenin, North Wales
1969 Troutbeck, Cumbria
1968 Muker, North Pennines
Our foundation event and future inspiration for many similar events throughout the U.K, Scandinavia & the rest of the world.