Inaugural T100 Triathlon World Tour Ignites at CLASH Endurance Miami

A New Era in Triathlon: World's Elite Compete in Miami's Iconic Venue

In a groundbreaking event for the triathlon world, the T100 Triathlon World Tour commences its first races today at the prestigious CLASH Endurance Miami. This momentous occasion marks a new chapter in long-distance triathlon, bringing together elite athletes from around the globe to compete in what promises to be a thrilling spectacle.

The Homestead-Miami Speedway, a venue known for its rich history in motorsport, transitions today into a battleground for triathlon’s finest. The men’s race is scheduled to start at 13:15 EST, followed by the women’s race at 16:50 EST. Fans worldwide won’t miss a moment of the action, with live broadcasts available across a spectrum of platforms, including Max and Outside Watch in the US, Eurosport in Europe, and additional coverage through PTO+, YouTube, and, ensuring access to over 195 territories globally.

Highlighting the American talent, Sam Long and Jason West emerge as strong contenders, each with a history of victory at CLASH Miami. Long, the 2022 champion, and West, who clinched the title in 2023, are set to renew their rivalry on this grand stage. Their competition underscores the high stakes and intense competition expected at today’s event.

The women’s field is equally impressive, headlined by PTO World #4 Lucy Charles-Barclay of Great Britain. The lineup includes top athletes like Kat Matthews, Paula Findlay, Daniela Ryf, and Emma Pallant-Browne, alongside American triathletes Sky Moench, Haley Chura, and Jackie Hering. Their stories of rivalry, respect, and redemption add layers of intrigue to the race, promising an unforgettable competition.

Providing insights and commentary, a seasoned team including Rachel Stringer, Jan Frodeno, Mirinda Carfrae, Jack Kelly, and Rick Allen will guide viewers through the event, offering expert analysis and behind-the-scenes access.

The course promises a challenging yet captivating experience for athletes, featuring 2.25 laps around a lake, 22 bike laps of a 3.54km circuit, and concluding with 7 run laps. This format is designated by World Triathlon as the official World Championship for long-distance triathlon, elevating the status and competitive fervor of the T100 Triathlon World Tour.

Athletes participating in the T100 Triathlon World Tour are not only competing for glory at each race but are also accumulating points towards the ultimate prize – the T100 World Championship title. With a minimum of five races plus the Grand Final, athletes vie for a share of the $2,000,000 prize fund, making every race a critical step towards securing the championship.

As the T100 Triathlon World Tour sets the stage for a new era in triathlon, CLASH Endurance Miami promises to deliver an unforgettable kickoff, showcasing the spirit, endurance, and talent of the world’s best triathletes.

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A triathlete making a comeback and a true blue Scorpio. That sums it up quite nicely :)

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