The three-day non-drafting triathlon stage race is set for Oct. 28-30 in the Bahamas.
ITU star Richard Murray raced for three days in a row against a top field of 10 men for a massive prize purse in the Bahamas.
Long-course athletes Mirinda Carfrae and Rachel Joyce recap their pain after the second day at the Island House Invitational Triathlon.
Gwen Jorgensen and Javier Gomez came out on top after three days of racing at the Island House Invitational Triathlon.
In a challenging 3x swim-bike-run format, Jorgensen and Gomez finished with 30-second gaps to keep their overall leads.
The winners of the first stage—Gwen Jorgensen and Javier Gomez—each received $1,000.
The invitation-only, multi-day event will see 20 top pros competing for a $500,000 prize purse in the Bahamas this weekend.
The race features a pro field limited to 20 athletes, a unique three-day format and one of the biggest pro prize purses in the sport.