ITU World Triathlon Montreal: the event ready to welcome Elite men for its WTS event
Home » Magazine » News & Stories » ITU World Triathlon Montreal: the event ready to welcome Elite men for its WTS event

ITU World Triathlon Montreal: the event ready to welcome Elite men for its WTS event

montreal WTS triathlon

 

Montreal is the second Canadian host location of this season’s for the ITU World Triathlon. The event is now ready to welcome some of the best people in the field for the penultimate race of 2018 and we couldn’t be more excited about it!

 

This is the second year in a row for Montreal to welcome such major event in the Triathlon world. The area offers some amazing landscapes, plenty of historic monuments and an amazing area for triathletes to complete the standard 1.5 km swim, 40 km bike and 10 km run course.

 

 

Collecting the points

 

There is no doubt that all focus of the triathletes during Sunday’s last race of the season in Montreal will be to collect as many points as possible before they head to the Grand Final, World Championship which will be held in Australia.

 

Spaniard Mario Mola, after grabbing his third WTS victory on this season in Edmonton, is now readier than ever to win his third consecutive title in Montreal.

 

He is also the current leader in the series’ rankings with 4850 points in total making everyone believe he is now untouchable and simply the best.

 

The Top Canadian triathlete who will represent the nation that is hosting this major event is Tyler Mislawchuk. For him, Sunday’s race is just the cherry on top of a great season. He gave us all some strong finishes and also, grabbed fourth in Yokohama.

 


Posted on Categories News & Stories, TriathlonTags , , ,
Would you like to write with us? got some interesting stories and experiences you would like to share? please email them to [email protected]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Froome to join Giro d'Italia in 2018

  Giro d’Italia route for 2019 is finally revealed and we couldn’t be happier with it. Froome also agrees with us saying that the 102nd route of next season’s Giro is definitely an “explosive” one.   Giro d’Italia 2019 📌 Week 1 👉 Stages 1 > 9 📆 11th-19th May…

Read More >>
swift

  Next season will see Ben Swift returning to Team Sky after being part of UAE Team Emirates for two years.   It was Team Sky who gave the big news of Swift getting back to his old family which he first joined in 2010 when the squad was formed.…

Read More >>
valverde

  Movistar’s Alejandro Valverde, 38, says that neither injury nor age has slowed him down in his career, and his performance has improved even more as he has grown older.   The world champion said in an interview with El País that he is winning more races now than ever…

Read More >>
olympics

  In his latest book, Bradley Wiggins called Lance Armstrong the ‘perfect winner’ of Tour de France. He said that the racing legend was driven but ‘borderline sociopathic’.   Wiggins claimed victory in 2012 Tour de France. But, four years later, a cyber hacking group revealed that the champion had actually…

Read More >>

Race Calendars