Friday, 02 Dec, 2022

The sport’s busiest weekend?

(Picture: Ironman 70.3 St. George)

Triathlon fans won’t be getting much rest this weekend as they try to keep up with the insanely busy calendar of events highlighted by the Ironman 70.3 World Championship in St. George, Utah. Here’s a list of some of the major events taking place this weekend and how you can watch them:

The Ironman 70.3 World Championship, St. George, Utah takes place on Saturday, Sept. 18. The race features a top-notch field (in addition to the top pro field over 3,000 athletes are registered) and will be streamed live on Ironman’s Facebook Watch page.

Ironman has 10 events taking place this weekend – other pro races include: Ironman 70.3 Aix-en-Provence and Ironman Austria-Karnten.

Here’s the full list of Ironman events taking place this weekend:

Sept 18Ironman 70.3 World ChampionshipAthlete TrackerFacebookPro Race
Sept 18Ironman 70.3 JönköpingAthlete TrackerFacebookAge Group
Sept 18Ironman Italy Emilia-RomagnaAthlete TrackerFacebookAge Group
Sept 18 Ironman MarylandAthlete TrackerFacebookAge Group
Sept 19Ironman 70.3 Aix-en-ProvenceAthlete TrackerFacebookPro Race
Sept19Ironman 70.3 Italy Emilia-RomagnaAthlete TrackerFacebookAge Group
Sept 19Ironman 70.3 MarbellaAthlete TrackerFacebookAge Group
Sept 19Ironman 70.3 Slovenian IstriaAthlete TrackerFacebookAge Group
Sept 19Ironman 70.3 WeymouthAthlete TrackerFacebookAge Group
Sept 19Ironman Austria-KärntenAthlete TrackerFacebookPro Race

The Super League Triathlon Championship series continues this weekend with the standout event in Jersey. The racing gets started at 11:30 local time with the women starting first. The event will be streamed on the Super League website. Get the broadcast details here.

The World Triathlon Championship Series returns to one of the classic stops on its tour in Hamburg this weekend. There will be sprint-distance races on Saturday followed by a mixed relay on Sunday. The racing will be streamed on TriathlonLive.tv.

Xterra Japan takes place on Sunday, Sept. 19. You can find out more information about that race here.

In case you thought we forgot about Challenge-Family events … after three weeks in a row of that series’ biggest events – The Championship, Challenge Roth and Challenge Almere-Amsterdam, there’s a break until Oct. 3 when we’ll see Challenge Gunsan-Saemangeum and Challenge Salou.

Have fun trying to keep up with all the triathlon action this weekend!

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