Bradley Weiss and Haley Preen win XTERRA South Africa Championships25. February 2019
Helena Karaskova and Kris Coddens win XTERRA Denmark17. June 2019
It was a home win for Yeray Luxem. The likeable Belgian knows the race very well, he is one of the fathers of XTERRA Belgium. He was particularly involved in the development of the MTB tracks around the Namur citadel. That obviously helped him now, because the outstanding MTB time was the guarantor for the victory. The second place went to the Frenchman Arthur Serrieres, who was able to make up some ground on the trail run. 3rd place went to the Italian Rinaldi.
Beautiful from a German point of view: With Maximilian Sasserath, Veit Hönle and Peter Lehmann, three Germans made it into the top ten. In the women’s singles, however, there was no TopTen placement. Maria Döring, who is currently ranked 9th in the tour ranking, was not at the start in Belgium.