Triathlon season heats up in Abu Dhabi for 2022 World Triathlon Championships

by on 21 Nov, 2022 01:51 • Español
Triathlon season heats up in Abu Dhabi for 2022 World Triathlon Championships

The World Triathlon Championship Finals arrive in Abu Dhabi’s Yas Island from 23rd – 26th November 2022. As the Championship Finals is the crown jewel of World Triathlon’s annual calendar, the multi day event will stage the Elite, U23, Para and Age-Group World Triathlon Championships. The festival is set to welcome thousands of local, regional and international triathletes to the UAE’s capital city and will see World Champions crowned across all categories.

Yas Bay Race Village officially comes alive when it opens on Wednesday 23rd November with the Expo, Age-Group World Championship Registration, Para Triathlon and Elite athlete course familiarsations and the Parade of Nations and Opening Ceremony.

The World Triathlon Para Championships and World Triathlon Age-Group Super-Sprint Championships will take place in Yas Bay Race Village on Thursday 24th November (Para races from 8AM local time and Age-Group races from 12.45PM) and World Triathlon Champions presented at the Medal Ceremonies from 4.45PM local time.

Friday will stage the U23 Championships and at 1PM the Elite women will battle for world titles in the 2022 World Triathlon Championship Finals. Medal ceremonies will take place after each race across the day and the Elite women’s world title will be presented from 3.15PM.
Preview the 2022 World Triathlon Championship Finals – Elite Women’s race.

Saturday will host the Open Para Triathlon Mixed Relay from 7.15AM. Right after that, the Age-Group Standard Championships World Championships and the Aquabike Age-Group World Championships.  And the Elite men will line up for the Championship Finals from 3PM local time.
Preview the 2022 World Triathlon Championship Finals – Elite Men’s race.

Nearly 500 Age-Group world triathletes will contest in the 2022 World Triathlon Age-Group Super Sprint World Championships, nearly 1,000 world triathletes in the 2022 World Triathlon Age-Group Standard Distance World Championships and over 200 athletes in the 2022 World Triathlon Age-Group Aquabike World Championships. There will be plenty of opportunities for Age-Group athletes to meet and mingle with the Elite and Para superstars of World Triathlon during the week. Be sure to keep an eye on @worldtriathlon social media channels for events taking place on the Main Stage where you can meet the Triathlon stars.

World Triathlon Executive Board, Committees and Commisions will meet during the week while Delegates are in the UAE for the Championship Finals.

Alongside the World Championship races, the event will also host community races for triathletes of all ages and abilities – including a Kids and Junoior Event from 4PM local time on Friday and Community Age-Group races from 10AM on Saturday.

Review the event schedule and athlete start lists and get set to follow along as the best triathletes in the world race for personal bests, podiums and world titles.

Watch all the races as they happen and on-demand over on and never miss a moment.

Elite women’s World Triathlon Championship Finals Abu Dhabi
Friday 25 November from 1pm local time (10am CET)

Elie men’s World Triathlon Championship Finals Abu Dhabi
Saturday 26 November from 3pm local time (midday CET)

Stay social and connect: @worldtriathlon #AbuDhabiFinals

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24 - 26 Nov, 2022 • event pageall results
Results: Elite Men
1. Léo Bergere FRA 01:44:14
2. Morgan Pearson USA 01:44:25
3. Jelle Geens BEL 01:44:34
4. Alex Yee GBR 01:44:37
5. Matthew Hauser AUS 01:44:51
Results: Elite Women
1. Flora Duffy BER 01:53:24
2. Georgia Taylor-Brown GBR 01:54:28
3. Lena Meißner GER 01:55:59
4. Taylor Knibb USA 01:56:40
5. Leonie Periault FRA 01:56:51
Results: U23 Men
1. Connor Bentley GBR 01:50:15
2. Gergely Kiss HUN 01:50:24
3. Hamish Reilly GBR 01:50:29
4. Eric Diener GER 01:50:33
5. Maxime Fluri SUI 01:50:52
Results: U23 Women
1. Kate Waugh GBR 02:00:18
2. Annika Koch GER 02:00:43
3. Bianca Seregni ITA 02:01:14
4. Selina Klamt GER 02:01:43
5. Tanja Neubert GER 02:01:59
Results: PTWC Men
1. Jetze Plat H2 NED 00:57:56
2. Florian Brungraber H2 AUT 01:00:14
3. Geert Schipper H2 NED 01:00:47
4. Giovanni Achenza H1 ITA 01:04:43
5. Fathi Zwoukhi H1 TUN 01:05:20
Results: PTS2 Men
1. Jules Ribstein FRA 01:08:02
2. Lionel Morales ESP 01:09:21
3. Wim De Paepe BEL 01:09:53
4. Mohamed Lahna USA 01:10:51
5. Maurits Morsink NED 01:15:00
Results: PTS3 Men
1. Daniel Molina ESP 01:10:35
2. Nico Van Der Burgt NED 01:10:53
3. Max Gelhaar GER 01:13:10
4. Colin Wallace GBR 01:15:25
5. Justin Godfrey AUS 01:16:48
Results: PTS4 Men
1. Alexis Hanquinquant FRA 01:00:45
2. Pierre-Antoine Baele FRA 01:02:32
3. Jeremy Peacock AUS 01:03:58
4. Hideki Uda JPN 01:04:38
5. Carson Clough USA 01:05:39
Results: PTS5 Men
1. Stefan Daniel CAN 00:58:24
2. Martin Schulz GER 00:59:13
3. Chris Hammer USA 01:00:50
4. David Bryant AUS 01:01:37
5. Guenther Matzinger AUT 01:01:53
Results: PTVI Men
1. Dave Ellis B3 GBR 00:59:13
2. Thibaut Rigaudeau B2 FRA 01:00:17
3. Antoine Perel B1 FRA 01:01:17
4. Héctor Catalá Laparra B2 ESP 01:01:29
5. Kyle Coon B1 USA 01:02:08
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