The Mallorca Olympic Triathlon 4 May 2019
Thank you everyone for taking part in another great event with fabulous weather. Next year will be our 10th anniversary race and we will celebrate with you all. The date is expected to be the 2nd of May 2020.
For this year, congratulations to all our winners and all who took part.
In the men’s race, Manuel Kung led the swim before being joined on the ride with Miguel Angel Fidalgo and Will Clarke. The trio came were together for most of the bike course until Fidalgo and Clarke were left to battle for the win. In the end Fidalgo was too strong and claimed victory to deny Clarke a third title here.
For the women, Immy Moroney and previous winner Hannah Lord led the swim before being over run by the dominance of Emma Talent, I mean Pallant, who won the title here for the third time. Moroney broke away from the attentions of Hannah Lord to finish in second place, and win the under 23 category, as Russia’s Polina Razbitskaya, came home third.
Top 3 Men
Miguel Angle Fidalgo, ESP, Extrem Calvia, 1:44.08
Will Clarke, GBR, BMC Vifit, 1:44.17
Manuel Kung, SUI, BMC Vifit, 1:47.37
Top 3 Women
Emma Pallant, GBR, BMC Vifit, 1:54.22 (and 8th place overall)
Immy Moroney, GBR, 2:02.00 (and winner of the women’s under 23 category)
Polina Razbitskaya, RUS, 2:02.57
BEST and friends: Pamela Geijo, Juan Verger and Jimmy Sky: 1:53.55
Duet Ciclismo en Mallorca
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The Mallorca Triathlon
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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.