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The first results of the K2K(KEK to Kamioka) long-baseline neutrino oscillation experiment are presented in this talk. In 1999 7.2x10^18 protons on target were delivered to the experiment. During this period of running there were 3 events fully contained in the Super-Kamiokande inner detector fiducial area which occurred during the beam spill timing window. In the case of no oscillations the expected number of events during this period was 12.3+1.7-1.9. The near detectors located at KEK alsodoi:10.1063/1.1345364 fatcat:652oqwx4evdk7nipl5autm4hl4