Last Weekend Now: Face-Off in Kraichgau, Off-Road in Alabama, and Stellar 70.3s in Chattanooga and Europe
Plus, Sebastian Kienle "loses it" during Challenge St. Polten.
The only triathlete to ever successfully defend an Olympic title decided to have a crack at XTERRA in Staffordshire’s Weston Park in the U.K. last weekend. Turns out he's pretty good at off-road triathlon, too.
Your guide to transitioning from road to trail.
As restrictions begin to lift and temperatures (finally) begin to rise, people will surely hit the roads and bike paths en masse. Avoid the crowds and point your toes off road with the best trail shoes to take you there in spring 2020.
The story of Anita Coyle is heartbreaking, inspiring, and shows the limitless bounds of human resilience and will.
Sam Osborne from New Zealand and Lesley Paterson from Scotland captured the XTERRA Pan American Championship off-road triathlon elite titles on a beautiful day at Snowbasin Resort.
Sam Osborne and Suzie Snyder won the 14th annual XTERRA Oak Mountain off-road triathlon elite titles at Oak Mountain State Park in Shelby County, Alabama.
There was more than 4,000 feet of combined climbing on the technical bike and run courses, which were muddy and slippery due to recent rainstorms on Maui’s northwest coast.
Rom Akerson and Lesley Paterson captured the 23rd annual XTERRA World Championship titles on a sunny but muddy day in Kapalua, Maui.
Hometown hero Bradley Weiss and Austrian Carina Wasle captured the 15th annual Fedhealth XTERRA South Africa Championship elite titles.
The main event, the first of 35 majors on the 2018 XTERRA World Tour, combines a 1.5-kilometer swim, 26K mountain bike, and 12K trail run.
Bradley Weiss (RSA) and Flora Duffy (BER) captured the 22nd XTERRA World Championship off-road triathlon elite titles on a warm, sunny day in Kapalua, Maui.
Know the key players getting ready to race one of the most insane world championships in triathlon.
If you want to experience the off-road race of a lifetime—swimming with turtles, biking and running among pineapples—here’s what you gotta do to nab one of the approximately 750 spots.
If you're ready to trade the pavement for the trails, study up on these three nutritional differences.
A poorly marked course led to a show of solidarity.
For Flora Duffy, XTERRA racing is a big part of her success as an ITU competitor, and vice versa.
More than 70 of the fastest XTERRA racers on earth will line up this Sunday for the $100,000 showdown in Maui.
Josiah Middaugh claimed the victory in the closest finish in XTERRA history.
Four of the top five ranked men and six of the top nine elite women in the Pan Am Pro Series face off in the mountains of Tapalpa, Jalisco.
Braden Currie and Lizzie Orchard captured the third annual XTERRA Asia-Pacific Championship race on an unseasonably cool and windy day.
Braden Currie defended his title and Lizzie Orchard got her first big win in her home country at the 14th annual XTERRA New Zealand Champs.
The inaugural XTERRA Pan American Tour gets underway on the beautiful beaches of Guanacaste this Sunday, March 20.
Brad Weiss wins again and is 2-for-2 to start the season in South Africa, while Carla Van Huyssteen takes women's title.
In his 15th Maui start, Middaugh captured the top spot on the podium and became the first American since 2000 to win the world title.
American Josiah Middaugh won the XTERRA U.S. Pro Series for the third straight year, and was runner-up in the world championship two of past three years. He comes to Maui this year with the confidence from a late-season winning streak: "I feel stronger than last year; I think I can do it."
American Emma Garrard won the XTERRA USA Championship and the U.S. Pro Series this year. She was 4th in Maui in 2014, missing the podium by less than 30 seconds. The Park City resident has been the top American woman in Maui the past two years, and was 5th in 2013. Garrard talks about her consistent season, the rewards of the XTERRA lifestyle, and the pressures as a top American performer in Maui.
After overcoming some significant adversity these past couple of seasons, including a Lyme disease diagnosis, depression and a broken wrist and shoulder from crashes, the "Scottish Rocket" is back in Maui after missing the 2014 race to contend for the XTERRA world title. Despite the challenges thrown at her, the two-time XTERRA world champ (2011-12) won XTERRA Costa Rica (after getting through the swim using only one arm), as well as the West and Southeast Championship races in addition to the European Championship in England this season.
The reigning world champ from Spain has won an unprecedented 15 straight XTERRA majors since winning his first world title in 2013. The former pro mountain biker also just won his second straight ITU Cross World title. Ruzafa has won every time he's started in Maui (2008, 2013, 2014).
South Africa's Conrad Stoltz has announced that this Sunday's XTERRA European Championships will be his last race on the circuit.
Americans Josiah Middaugh and Suzie Snyder were impressive to earn the victories at Sunday's XTERRA East Championships.
Braden Currie from Wanaka, New Zealand and Lesley Paterson from Sterling, Scotland won the 10th annual XTERRA Southeast Championship.
This Saturday marks the 10th running of the XTERRA Southeast Championship at Oak Mountain State Park in Pelham, Ala.
Braden Currie (NZL) and Flora Duffy (BER) took the titles in muddy conditions at Callala Beach Saturday afternoon.
The four-time XTERRA world champion chats about what to expect from this weekend's XTERRA Asia-Pacific Championships.
Bermuda's Flora Duffy has been on a tear since winning the 2014 XTERRA world title and looks to keep pace on the road to Maui—and Rio.
American Suzie Snyder hopes her first pro win at last week’s XTERRA New Zealand is a sign of things to come.
A run-down of the weekend in off-road triathlon, following races in Saipan, Costa Rica and Malta.