We asked dozens of globetrotting pros, prolific racers, and RDs stationed around the globe for their all-time favorite places to swim, bike, and run.

We asked dozens of globetrotting pros, prolific racers, and RDs stationed around the globe for their all-time favorite places to swim, bike, and run. Presenting their sometimes surprising, sometimes obvious, always drool-worthy picks.

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Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Windhoek, Namibia
Stellenbosch, South Africa
West Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Ocean Shores, NSW, Australia
Des Moines, Iowa
Tucson, Arizona
San Luis Obispo, California
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Boulder, Colorado
Bend, Oregon
Encinitas, California
Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada
Ottawa, Canada
Flagstaff, Arizona
Clermont, Florida
Lake Placid, New York
Cozumel, Meixco
La Paz, Argentina
Cuenca, Equador
Retiro, Colombia
Mangaratiba, Brazil
Coyhaique, Chile
San Juan, Argentina
Ishigaki, Japan
Tsukuba City, Japan
Juju Island, South Korea
Morzine, France
Silkeborg, Denmark
Andorra
Finale Ligure, Italy
Kato Paphos, Cyprus
Lanzarote, Spain
C'an Picafort, Mallorca

Your Travel Guides

Conrad ‘Caveman’ Stoltz
Stellenbosch, South Africa
Cred: 7x Xterra World Champ; 2x Olympian; 53x Xterra champ

Richard Murray
Durbanville, Capetown, South Africa
Cred: 2x Olympian (4th in Rio); Duathlon World Champ; Super League, Island House Invitational, and Xterra South African champ

Jimmy Seear
Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Cred: Formerly number one in U23 ITU world rankings; 51 ITU starts across four continents; co-founder Ventum Bikes

TJ Tollakson
Des Moines, Iowa
Cred: CEO, Ruster Sports, Dimond Bikes.; Ironman champion

Sara McLarty
Clermont, Florida
Cred: Aquathlon World Champ; Olympic swimming trials qualifier; former ITU racer

Eric Lagerstrom
Gresham, Oregon
Cred: ITU racer; Escape from Alcatraz champ

Luis Alvarez
Mexico City, Mexico
Cred: Raced every IM in the world; 139x IM finisher (at time of publication)

Misato Takagi
From: Tokyo, Japan
Cred: Former ITU athlete and current coach for Team Sirius Japan

Andy Wibowo
From: Bali, Indonesia
Cred: Pro triathlete and coach