Portocolom Triathlon 10 days from the test

The countdown has begun for the 26th edition of the Portocolom Triathlon, which will be held next April 14.

With registrations sold out for both distances, 55.5 and 111 kilometers, this event is shaping up to be an unmissable event for triathletes from around the world.

A challenge for all levels

The Portocolom Triathlon is characterized by offering two routes that adapt to different levels of experience.

The distance 55.5 is ideal for beginners and triathletes looking for an exciting challenge while distance 111 It tests the resistance of the most experienced.

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This year, the competition will feature the participation of 20 over professionals, among which names such as Lukas Schnodewind (Germany), vincent van dewalle (Belgium), Alexandra Tondeur (Belgium) and Anja Fachbach (Germany).

An event with local flavor

The Portocolom Triathlon is not only a sporting event, but also an event that celebrates the culture and gastronomy of Mallorca.

Participants and their companions will be able to enjoy the beaches, the old town of Portocolom and the delicious local cuisine.

A legacy of 26 years

The Portocolom Triathlon is the oldest in the Balearic Islands and has established itself as one of the most important events on the national and international triathletic calendar.

Throughout its 26 editions, it has brought together thousands of participants from all over the world who have left their mark on this unique event.

The records of the Portocolom Triathlon

The Portocolom Triathlon has witnessed memorable performances throughout its 26-year history. Some of the best times in the two distances are:

Distance 111 kilometers:

  • Men: 3:30:51 (Robert Kallin, 2022)
  • Women: 3:59:27 (Eimear Mullan, 2014)

Distance 55.5 kilometers:

  • Men: 1:47:52 (Thomas Steger, 2017)
  • Women: 1:58:39 (Diana Reisler, 2017)

It should be noted that these records have been established in different weather conditions and with different routes, so they are not always directly comparable.

Best times per segment:

  • Swimming (1 km): 11:52 (Robert Kallin, 2022)
  • Cycling (100 km): 2:38:37 (Robert Kallin, 2022)
  • Running on foot (10 km): 35:27 (Miguel Ángel Fidalgo, 2018)

These individual times are impressive and highlight the ability and effort of the triathletes who have managed to break records in the Portocolom Triathlon

More information

For more information about the Portocolom Triathlon, including the routes, the list of participants and the parallel activities, you can visit the official website: https://www.triathlonportocolom.net/

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