The dates of the Grand Final of the Malaga World Series 

La Grand finale of the Triathlon World Series approaches and Málaga is preparing to host one of the most anticipated events of the year in the world of triathlon. 

From the Thursday 17th to Sunday 20th October, the city on the Costa del Sol will become the epicenter of this exciting sport, attracting more than 4.000 athletes from various parts of the world. 

WTCS Malaga 2024 Grand Final Dates 

Date  Competition 
Thursday 17 Oct.  U23 Men's and Women's World Cup 
  Sprint Triathlon Age Groups 
Friday 18 Oct.  Paralympic Triathlon World Championship 
  Men's and Women's Junior World Cup 
Saturday 19 Oct.  Women's Elite Test 
  Standard Triathlon and Aquabike Age Groups 
Sunday 20 Oct.  Men's Elite Test 
  Junior/SUB 23 Mixed Relay 
  Mixed Relay Age Groups 
  Paralympic Triathlon Mixed Relay 

Thursday 17

The event will start andThursday the 17th with the U-23 competition, both in the male and female categories, and the Sprint Triathlon World Championship for Age groups.  

This day promises to be an exciting start to the series of competitions that will take place throughout the weekend. 

Friday 18

El Friday 18, Malaga will witness the Paralympic Triathlon World Championship, an event that will bring together the best Paralympic triathletes on the planet.  

In addition, there will be held the Junior World Cup in both categories, male and female. 

Saturday 19

El Saturday 19, the focus will be onElite female test, where the women's triathlon world champion will be decided.  

In addition, the World Cups will be helde Standard Triathlon and Standard Aquabike Age Groups, events that promise to be as exciting as they are competitive. 

Sunday 20th

The big climax will come Sunday 20 with the spectacular races of Junior Mixed Relay, SUB-23, Paralympic Triathlon and GGEE, next to the test male elite, where the new Triathlon King and World Champion will be crowned. 

This event is not only a sporting spectacle, but also an important economic and tourist driver for Malaga. The event is expected to attract between 18.000 and 20.000 people, generating an estimated economic return of between 20 and 30 million euros for the city. 


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