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Category Archives: XTERRA
Allen, Erbanova win XTERRA Germany
Ben Allen of Australia and Helena Erbenova of the Czech Republic captured the 13th edition of the XTERRA Germany Championship in Zittau today, whilst GB’s Jacqui Slack was best placed Brit in second.
It’s the second week in a row those two have been on the top step. Last week they both won the XTERRA Czech Championship.
Reigning and three-time XTERRA World Champion Ruben Ruzafa of Spain and Helena Erbenova of the Czech Republic won the XTERRA Italy Championship in Scanno this afternoon.
It’s the 14th straight major for Ruzafa and his 4th in a row on this year’s XTERRA European Tour. Ruzafa hasn’t lost an XTERRA Championship race since winning the 2013 World Championship.
Josiah Middaugh and Flora Duffy captured the 7th annual XTERRA Mountain Championship off-road triathlon pro race titles on a picture perfect day at Beaver Creek Resort in the Rocky Mountains around Avon, Colorado this morning.
Helena Erbenova is back in Hellasgaarden to defend her XTERRA Sweden Championship crown on Saturday.
The 2nd annual XTERRA Sweden off-road triathlon serves as stop No. 7 on the XTERRA European Tour, and one of the most dream-worthy destination races on the World Tour.
Sleight, Roberts finish in top-10
Three-time and reigning XTERRA World Champion Ruben Ruzafa of Spain and reigning XTERRA European Tour Champion Kathrin Mueller from Germany captured the XTERRA France Championship for the second straight year this afternoon in Xonrupt.
Twenty-year-old Arthur Forissier from France in his first full season as an elite and veteran XTERRA racer Carina Wasle from Austria in her 11th year of racing took home the titles at the XTERRA Switzerland Championship in Vallee de Joux on Saturday afternoon.
There were top-10 performances for Henry Sleight, Jessica Roberts and Louise Fox.
The XTERRA European and Asian Tours are breaking new ground and adding compelling venues to their series of events in 2016.
In Europe, XTERRA Poland (http://xterrapoland.pl/) will debut in August 2016 in the historic town of Tyniec on the western outskirts of Krakow. The race will be staged either before, after or in-between XTERRA Czech and Germany, creating an ideal race vacation block for international travelers.