This coming month of March the first test of the circuit will be held in Abu Dhabi in a season that will end in Pontevedra with the grand finale.
Flora Duffy y Leo Bergere They will defend this season the titles they won last year with a fast-paced end of the circuit in the city of Pontevedra, which will host the Grand Final.
The circuit is made up of 6 races until reaching the grand finale in September, with Abu Dhabi, Yokohama and Cagliari in May, Montreal in June, Hamburg in July and a new venue, Sunderland, as well as the Paris Test Event.
The best four results from the seven events, plus the Grand Final, will determine this year's champions.
WTCS 2023 Schedule
- WTCS Abu Dhabi: March 3-4, United Arab Emirates
- WTCS Yokohama: May 13-14, Japan
- WTCS Cagliari: May 27-28, Italy
- WTCS Montréal: June 25-26, Canada
- WTCS Hamburg: July 15-16, Germany
- WTCS Sunderland: July 29-30, UK
- Pontevedra Grand Final: September 23-24, Spain.
The 2023 season promises to be exciting with the presence of great triathletes such as Kristian Blummenfelt, Gustav Iden, Vincent Luis, katie zafereyes, or Gwen Jorgensen who returns to compete in triathlon after several years in athletics.
Also, the season will distribute almost USD 3.5 million in prizes and points for the classification in the Olympic Games of Paris 2024.
Career in Abu Dhabi will be the first of the season, followed by Yokohama, which will offer a fast, flat and technical route.
Cagliari It will have a flat segment of 40 km. The race in Montreal will see the lap of the standard distance race and Hamburg we will see an exciting competition with the eliminator format.
Career in Sunderland is the new addition of this season on the calendar with the swimming segment in the North Sea.
Throughout the season we will see the best triathletes in the world fighting for the title and the Test Event for the Paris games.