A total of 245 competitors tackled the 67km swim, run, ride, paddle and run from Elizabeth Beach in Pacific Palms to Main Beach Forster.
The leaders completed the 1.5km MidCoast Water swim in just over…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on May 20, 2013 at 17:00 — No Comments
Since 1991, the Hutt City Crazyman (New Zealand) has been a blooding ground for many of the sports stars. Past Crazyman winners such Richard Ussher, Emily Miazga, Gordon Walker, Elina Ussher, Nathan Fa'avae, Kristina Anglem, Steve Gurney and Jill Westenra all went on to win world titles. This year's winners illustrated the potential to do the same.
Twelve months ago no one had heard of…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on May 10, 2013 at 16:30 — No Comments
Wie traditionell in den letzten Jahren wurde auf der Balearen Insel Ibiza die Quadrathlon-Saison eingeläutet. Auf der Geburtsinsel des Quadrathlon gingen wieder einige Athleten an den Start und kämpften um die ersten Weltcuppunkte des Jahres. Die meisten Punkte sammelten dabei am Ende Vicente Roig Riera und María José Morell Salguero (beide ESP).
Nach der Auftaktdisziplin über 1,5 km…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on May 9, 2013 at 14:30 — No Comments
Bei wieder einmal strahlendem Sonnenschein wurde in der bayrischen Landeshauptstadt der mittlerweile 22. Münchner Kanutriathlon ausgetragen. Traditionell eröffnet der Wettkampf an der Isar nicht nur die deutsche Quadrathlon-/Kanutriathlon-Saison, sondern ist neben dem Bestandteil des QUAD Deutschland Cups powered by Sports-Block.com, auch eine erste Bestimmung der Form nach einem…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on May 6, 2013 at 22:00 — No Comments
Der traditionelle Saisonabschluss beim Kanutriathlon in Ludwigshafen im September findet dieses Jahr leider nicht statt. Quadrathlon4YOU hatte schon länger auf eine Antwort bzgl. des diesjährigen Termins gewartet. Doch nun kam die schlecht Nachricht vom bisherigen Organisator Wolfgang Keil von der PG Ludwigshafen, dass der Wettkampf in diesem Jahr nicht stattfindet.…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on May 6, 2013 at 21:41 — No Comments
Auch dieses Jahr ließ das Staffelrennen „uvex Peak to Creek" keinerlei Wünsche offen und führte 24 Topathleten aus acht verschiedenen Sportarten im österreichischen Ötztal zusammen. Insgesamt galt es bei diesem Extrem-Rennen die Disziplinen Ski, Mountainbike, Berglauf, Klettern, Rennrad, Skibergsteigen,…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on April 29, 2013 at 19:00 — No Comments
James Pretto and Elizabeth Dorman paddled to victory on the 155km course from the mountain township of Marysville into Melbourne’s Yarra’s Edge at the Docklands in one of the most challenging point-to-point endurance races in Australia.
With a course designed by the same two men who map out the Swisse Mark Webber Challenge in Tasmania (John Jacoby and Sam Maffett of Rapid Ascent), the…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on April 28, 2013 at 20:00 — No Comments
The Varsity College Multisport Series celebrated it’s tenth season with the first event taking place at Albert Falls Dam (South Africa) in glorious early autumn weather on Sunday 7th April. Over six hundred and fifty participants arrived to enjoy this beautiful venue with a choice of events to suit everyone.
SA multisport athlete Tyrone White put on a fine performance to take a solid win in…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on April 20, 2013 at 17:30 — No Comments
Goldrush competitors enjoyed a 375km of racing over 3 days, taking them through some iconic Central Otago terrain (New Zealand) in the 4 disciplines of running, kayaking, MTB and road bike. Athletes participate as individuals, relay teams of 2 or 3 or tandem.
After the tests of the director team's first year at the helm of Goldrush, directors Tim Pearson and Merryn Johnston were excited…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on April 20, 2013 at 17:00 — No Comments
When Richard Ussher arrived to the perfect racing conditions and entered on the day of the title race he took over from pre race favourite, another Nelson athlete Dan Busch. However, Busch was determined to make a race of it and ensure New Zealand's highest achieving multisport athlete Ussher was never able to cruise to victory. 48-people lined up for the race that began with a 2.5km trail run…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on March 6, 2013 at 8:00 — No Comments
Anlässlich des Quadrathlon-Wettkampfes beim Nehlsen-Triathlon (7. Juli) findet ein Trainingswochenende speziell für Quadrathleten statt. Der Termin liegt zwei Wochen vor dem Wettkampf (21.-23.06.2013). Ausgangspunkt ist das TURA-Vereinsgelände der Kanu-Abteilung am Lesumhafen 24 in 28717 Bremen. Dort kann auch für € 6,-/Übernachtung gezeltet werden. Wohnwagenstellplätze sind in…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on February 26, 2013 at 8:00 — No Comments
Under a special Northwestern New Mexican sky, and near pristine conditions on Mount Taylor (USA), Caroline Colonna and Josiah Middaugh repeated as champions of the Mt. Taylor Quadrathlon – both have won the race multiple times; 9 total for Middaugh. It is a 42 mile race to the top and back down the highest peak in Northwest New Mexico - Mt. Taylor with 11,301 ft. high. The race is staged in…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on February 21, 2013 at 16:00 — No Comments
The 31st Speight’s Coast to Coast was meant to have been the Ussher show, with husband and wife Richard and Elina expected to defend their unique double from 12 months ago. But when the dust had settled and the 243k cycle, mountain run and kayaking race across New Zealand’s South Island had been conquered, multisport had two new world champions.
Fine and mild conditions greeted the 127…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on February 10, 2013 at 10:00 — No Comments
As you may be aware the 2012 Murray QUAD (Australia) did not go ahead due to lack of numbers and traffic problems. Bad weather also effected our familiarization run which was washed away with over 40mm of rain falling on the day, but the organizers did have a few brave solos that tested out the run course, all commenting on how good of a course to was even in trying conditions, they would like to…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on January 9, 2013 at 7:30 — No Comments
It was a good day for the international adventure racers today at Lorne for the finale of the 2012 Anaconda Adventure Race National Series, with New Zealand and French flags flying high under blue skies and sunshine. Kiwi Braden Currie registered his third win of the three-race series, the clean sweep also delivering him the Series Title unchallenged.
Frenchwoman and world champion adventure…
Added by Stefan Teichert on December 9, 2012 at 18:00 — No Comments
The Swisse Active team took the lead on the opening day of the five-day Challenge in Launceston, and were never headed, despite and tough battle with pre-event favourites, New Zealanders Richard…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on December 4, 2012 at 19:30 — No Comments
After two days of magnificent multisport racing, Dougal Allan and Jess Simson won the individual men's and women's titles at the Genesis Energy Lake Waikaremoana Challenge on the north island in New Zealand.
It's a huge milestone for both Wanaka athletes. As well as taking the impressive trophies, they beat Richard and Elina Ussher. The Usshers were victorious in all previous Genesis…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on November 21, 2012 at 7:30 — No Comments
“Despite the event being ready to run, lack of entries have not made the event viable this year” Sharon Swoboda, Executive Officer from Canoeing Victoria confirmed. “Feedback from potential competitors stated that it is a fantastic event…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on November 20, 2012 at 8:00 — No Comments
A celebrated field of Olympians, sporting identities and world champion adventure racers will spearhead a list of over 80 competitors who will push their bodies to the limit in the five day 350-kilometre Swisse Mark Webber Tasmania Challenge, starting in Launceston on November 28.
Webber, who is preparing for the final two events of the F1 2012 season, says a…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on November 15, 2012 at 7:30 — No Comments
It was certainly a challenging start to the 2012 Quadmire Series with temperatures hovering around zero and lashings of the wet stuff, it was not for the faint-hearted. This was probably reflected in our low turnout for both events, only the toughest survived.
At 10:30am the inclement weather-reduced field set off on what was to be a gruelling test of stamina and mind over hyperthermia.…Continue
Added by Stefan Teichert on November 10, 2012 at 17:30 — No Comments