Chris McCormack, one of the most outstanding, followed and admired athletes in the world of Triathlon has confirmed his registration for the TriStar de Mallorca.
The Australian triathlete, Ironman world champion, has registered today for the TriStar111 Mallorca, a new triathlon that will be held on April 17 (Palm Sunday) in Portocolom (Mallorca).
In addition to over a distance of 111 km (1 km of swimming, 100 km of cycling and 10 km of running on foot), a TriStar55.5 will also be held in parallel, with more affordable distances (500 m of swimming, 50 of cycling and 5 of foot race) and that it is perfect to debut in the world of triathlon.
The route of the TriStar111 and the 55.5 are the same, with the 111 participants making two laps of the 50 km cycling circuit and another two of the 5 km pedestrian circuit for one of the 55.5 participants.
The swimming will be in the bay of the port of Portocolom, to continue with a cycling tour that will take you to the spectacular and hard climb to the mountain of Sant Salvador, known by thousands of triathletes and cyclists who visit Mallorca every year, with a height of 494 meters and an incredible panoramic view of the island and the southeast coast.
The foot race will pass through the old town of Portocolom, passing through one of its beaches before crossing the finish line of the TriStar Mallorca.