The Mallorca Olympic Triathlon 4 May 2019
The dates are set for the race next year, so book your flights and hotels and come and join the fun!
Registrations will open in the coming days.
Congratulations to everyone who took part last year and we look forward to another great day in 2019!
You can see all the provisional results here. You can search the results, make comparisons with other athletes and work out how to improve for next year!
Details of Mallorca Olympic 2018 to follow.
Fastest swim: to be confirmed
Fastest bike: to be confirmed
Fastest run: to be confirmed
Overall women: Emma Pallant 1:57:38
Overall men: Patrik Nilsson 1:50:19
Sub 23 women: Imogen Moroney 2:07:24 (3rd overall women
Sub 23 men: Harrison Smith 1:50:53 (2nd overall men)
Vet 1 women: Ascension Martinez Glavez 2:28:03
Vet 1 men: Oleg Mazurov 2:02:14
Vet 2 women: Anita Post 2:42:55
Vet 2 men: Clive Thorley 2:07:12
Vet 3 women: Marijke Zeekant 2:20:27
Vet 3 men: Joerg Schlaeppi 2:28:55
Fastest from Colonia Sant Jordi: Pablo Andres Paiva 2:11:36
Top Club: DUET Ciclismo en Mallorca
Relay women: to be confirmed
Relay men: to be confirmed
Relay mixed: to be confirmed
See the 2015 race video below.
The Mallorca Triathlon
Click into this area to find out about the course, the timetable for the race day and all the other event and activities over the weekend.
Click here to make your event entries for individuals and teams and to book your accommodation
We have plenty of tips for your training and race preparation plus clinics, talks and forums that we are organising for the event.
Destination of choice for Triathlon
Colonia Sant Jordi is the perfect place for a Triathlon event. The town is fast becoming the destination of choice for club and elite Triathletes. This is where Andreas Raelert and Marino Vanhoenacker trained before Hawaii 2010. This is where Normann Stadler, Jan Frodeno and Daniel Unger chose to train in the spring of this year and the list of big names in the sport that are choosing Colonia Sant Jordi is growing all the time.
Boost your respiratory system
The salt flats are a feature of the town, hence the name of the municipality: Ses Salines. A salt rich environment is well known for being beneficial to the respiratory system. To find out more about Salt therapy, or Halo Therapy, click here.
Many people who visit the town, especially swimmers and Triathletes, quickly notice the heath effect of the salt in the atmosphere.