Roger Ser­ra­no and Michelle Flipo win XTERRA Den­mark
11. September 2018
Rom Aker­son and Les­ley Pater­son win XTERRA World Cham­pi­onship
5. November 2018
Roger Ser­ra­no and Michelle Flipo win XTERRA Den­mark
11. September 2018
Rom Aker­son and Les­ley Pater­son win XTERRA World Cham­pi­onship
5. November 2018

XTERRA World’s on 28 Octo­ber at Maui

Tra­di­tion­al­ly 14 days after the Iron­man, the cross ver­sion of the Hawaii triathlon myth will start on Octo­ber 28th on the neigh­bour­ing island of Maui. Over 800 ath­letes are on the starter list. In 40 XTERRA qual­i­fy­ing races world­wide, these ath­letes have qual­i­fied for the high­est qual­i­ty XTERRA race in the world, the XTERRA Hawaii on Kapalua/Maui. 16 of these races are unit­ed in the XTERRA Europe Series. The XTERRA Ger­many at the O-SEE was the flag­ship of the Euro­pean events – one of the three Euro­pean so-called Gold Races, 2018 addi­tion­al­ly with Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship sta­tus. No won­der that a quar­ter of the 66 PRO ath­letes who will com­pete on Maui in 2018 were already on the start­ing line in Zit­tau, with reign­ing XTERRA World Cham­pi­on Bradley Weiss (RSA), New Zealan­der Sam Osborn, Roger Ser­ra­no (ESP) in the lead, French­men Max­im Chane and Fran­cois Car­loni in the men’s sin­gles as well as XTERRA Euro­pean Cham­pi­on Brigit­ta Poor, Austria’s Tour­ing Cham­pi­on Cari­na Wasle and Lizzy Orchard (NZL).

10 Age­groupers have received their tick­et to the World Cham­pi­onships by qual­i­fy­ing for the O-SEE Challenge/XTERRA Ger­many:

Lucie Dospelo­va 28 Varns­dorf Czech Repub­lic
Eve­lyne Trepte 36 Hor­gen Switzer­land
Math­ieu Wohlge­muth 24 Cugy Switzer­land
Jan Berka 29 Jablonec Nad Nisou Czech Repub­lic
Bernar­do Rubio Her­ra­da 34 EL EJI­DO Spain
Hen­drik Gross­er 37 Berlin Ger­many
Domit­ian Ull­rich 36 Biele­feld Ger­many
Pavel Jin­dra 40 Hrádek Nad Nisou Czech Repub­lic
Eskild Ebbe­sen 46 Bagsværd Den­mark
Win­fried Forster 56 Alt­mannstein Ger­many

More Ger­man starters:

M15-19 Timo Spitzhorn 18 RSG Montabaur
M25-29 Sascha Kell­ner 28 TV Bur­glen­gen­feld
F50-54 Beate Klein­di­enst 52 SC Rieder­au
M50-54 Gre­gor Hoe­fel­maier 54 SC Rieder­au
M45-49 Oliv­er Zilch­dr 46 Triathlon Team Düs­sel­dorf
M50-54 michael schu­mach­er 52 max-fux team
M20-24 Jonas Held 21 SG Adels­berg e.V.
M25-29 Nico Seit­ter 29 VfL Sin­delfin­gen
M35-39 Hen­drik Gross­er 37 Tus Neukoelln Berlin
M35-39 Domit­ian Ull­rich 36 TSVE 1890 Biele­feld
M55-59 Win­fried Forster 56 SC Del­phin Ingol­stadt
F30-34 Sil­via Hack­n­er 32 TSV Katzwang 05
M25-29 Mar­tin Geb­hard 29 TSV Altenfurt
F50-54 Rita Haerteis 53 WSV Bad Toelz
F35-39 Vanes­sa Fer­nan­dez Vidueira 37 Club Tri­at­lon Dia­blil­los de Rivas
F40-44 Simone May­er 43 DSW Darm­stadt
F45-49 Tine Vogt 45 Freie Schwim­mer Düs­sel­dorf
F45-49 Tina Hoelsch­er 47
M30-34 Toni Brun­ner 33
M25-29 Fabi­an Klix 27 O-SEE Sports e.V.
M50-54 Bernd Kiesel 51

From the point of view of O-SEE Sports e.V. we are of course very hap­py about the par­tic­i­pa­tion of our club mem­ber Bernd Kiesel, who also won the XTERRA Europe Tour in his age group 50-54.

We wish all ath­letes and espe­cial­ly those who are close to the O-SEE Fam­i­ly much suc­cess, a break­down- and acci­dent-free race XTERRA Live More!