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Are you ready for Kazan?

By Paul Groves | 13 Apr, 2019

With a little over 14 weeks to go until the 2019 ETU Kazan Sprint Triathlon European Championships, it is important that we don’t lose sight of the deadlines. National Federations will no doubt be busy collecting all the necessary details of their athletes, coaches, team managers and support staff, so that nobody misses the great chance of racing in this iconic city.

The Russian Triathlon Federation is delighted that this will be the first ever ETU Sprint Championships where Age Group athletes will race in a draft-legal format.

So, make sure you are prepared and bring your bike with the right set-up. Check out this simple image to make sure your bike is race-legal.

Another thing you will need to bring with you, is your National Federation Race licence. Make sure you present this at registration.

If you are bringing family and friends with you, then have a look at the side events that the organisers are hosting.

Swimming events and running events as well as kids’ events are on offer. Imagine racing in Kazan and sharing that experience with your friends, club-mates and colleagues once you get back home.

If you want to help at the event and be one of the volunteer team, then please click this link to register your interest.

For the Age Group athletes, the course is one that will take you through and past the sights.

You can expect the water to be around 23C, so there is a chance it could be a non-wetsuit swim. The Technical Delegate will make sure you all know well in advance of the race and the final check on water / air temperature will take place an hour before your start.

The bike course really takes you on a journey and having seen video and images of previous races that the Ironstar Team have put on there, this will be an impressive race for you on two wheels.

The final run, along the embankment under the gaze of the Kremlin, will take you home with all the razzmatazz of the blue-carpet finish.

Getting excited?

We are.

Related Event: 2019 Kazan ETU Sprint Triathlon European Championships
26 - Jul, 2019 • event pageall results
Results: Elite Men
1. Gordon Benson GBR 00:52:03
2. Samuel Dickinson GBR 00:52:04
3. Rostislav Pevtsov AZE 00:52:36
4. Jan Celustka CZE 00:52:54
5. Felix Duchampt ITU 00:52:55
6. Alexandre Nobre POR 00:52:58
7. Igor Polyanskiy RUS 00:53:02
8. Jordi García Gracia ESP 00:53:07
9. Nicola Azzano ITA 00:53:09
10. Constantine Doherty IRL 00:53:12
Results: Elite Women
1. Julie Derron SUI 00:58:49
2. Petra Kurikova CZE 00:59:11
3. Tamara Gomez Garrido ESP 00:59:23
4. Carlotta Missaglia ITA 00:59:30
5. Anastasia Abrosimova RUS 00:59:43
6. Kseniia Levkovska AZE 00:59:53
7. Antoanela Manac ROU 00:59:59
8. Ivana Kuriackova SVK 01:00:00
9. Elena Danilova RUS 01:00:07
10. Yuliya Golofeeva RUS 01:00:19
Results: 16-19 Female AG
1. Emma Austin GBR 01:13:28
2. Elizaveta Arsenteva RUS 01:17:50
3. Elizaveta Ionova RUS 01:24:42
Results: 16-19 Male AG
1. Zachary Taylor GBR 01:13:44
2. Grigoriy Baranov RUS 01:14:19
3. Maksim Zuev RUS 01:18:59
4. Vasiliy Zazhigin RUS 01:19:19
5. Nikita Volkov RUS 02:06:35
Results: 20-24 Female AG
1. Holly Dixon GBR 01:08:30
2. Lemuela Wutz AUT 01:10:05
3. Isabelle Rayner GBR 01:14:06
4. Bethany Joslin GBR 01:14:38
5. Eden Backhouse GBR 01:16:29
6. Anastasiya Orlova RUS 01:17:41
7. Elizaveta Burtseva RUS 01:18:26
8. Cindy Flameyn BEL 01:22:45
9. Sofiya Bashirova RUS 01:27:24
Results: 20-24 Male AG
1. David Pearson GBR 01:01:12
2. Evgeniy Ostrovskiy RUS 01:01:41
3. Antoine Waltzing BEL 01:02:00
4. Aleksandr Trebunskii KGZ 01:02:36
5. Gregor Weigl AUT 01:03:12
6. Alex Harrison GBR 01:04:24
7. Benjamin Sommerville GBR 01:05:13
8. Ethan Tomkies GBR 01:06:16
9. Alvin Martin GBR 01:08:16
10. David Fryer Winder GBR 01:08:52
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