What is cross triathlon?
What is XTERRA?
XTERRA is the name of a series of international competitions and qualifiers for the final of the “XTERRA World Championship” which takes place each year in Maui in Hawaii.
The competition started in 1996 in Maui with one race and evolved into the XTERRA World Tour with more than 100 events in 34 different countries.
XTERRA Quebec is now part of XTERRA Pan Am Tour’s 10-race selection circuit run by the best athletes in the discipline.
XTERRA Quebec will be a qualifying race for the World Championship to be held in Hawaii on October 27, 2019.
- The genesis of XTERRA: The Nutty Story of How XTERRA Got Its Start
- The official website of XTERRA: XTERRA Planet
- The official website of the Pan Am Tour series: Pan Am Tour
How to qualify for the XTERRA World Championship?
We award 26 slots among the 13 age groups. Each first position in each category will be awarded a World Championship registration certificate and then the slots will be allocated in the order of registration (the first 15 entries completed). Registration must be completed following qualification and all fees paid. The remaining slots, in the event that the 26 offered are not completed, will be offered to the winners of the Québec Series.
What is the Québec Series?
The XTERRA Quebec Series is a series of races that includes XTERRA Quebec, XTERRA Bromont and XTERRA Tremblant.
Athletes participating in these races are automatically entered into the Series.
The Series winners qualify for the 2019 or 2020 World Championships in Maui, whichever one they choose.
In order to qualify for the World Championships, athletes must participate in at least two (2) races among XTERRA Québec, XTERRA Bromont and XTERRA Tremblant.
Merci beaucoup, Québec – I will be back!