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Get ready for some Indoor action in the Lievin European Cup

By Olalla Cernuda | 25 Feb, 2019
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While athletes are travelling to the southern hemisphere to get some warm temperatures for training and competing, the city of Lievin, in France, is bringing a brand new opportunity for those who want to experiment with a thrilling and exciting new format: the Indoor Triathlon European Cup.

On March 2, the legendary Lievin Arena will welcome athletes from all over the world for the first European Cup in history of indoor Triathlon. Athletes will compete in an amazing 4500 seats arena with all three legs of the races taking place inside. In the 25-meter-long, 15-meter-wide swimming pool, athletes will compete in legs of 12 competitors each doing a 150m swim, to then move on to a 3 km bike leg in the track, in the same arena that has witnessed a great number of world records in the past.

For the final leg, athletes will go for a 800m run between the swimming pool and the bike course, to then cross the finish line under the direct eye of thousands of cheering spectators, accompanied by live entertainment during the whole day of races.

The competition will take place in the form of a tournament with qualifications, repechages, 1/2 finals, and finals. Each heat will have 12 competitors, with all athletes competing in at least two heats, and a maximum of four. And if you can not travel to France to enjoy the magic and thrilling atmosphere live, you can watch all the races LIVE and for free on www.triathlonlive.tv.

Related Event: 2019 Lievin ETU Indoor Triathlon European Cup
02 Mar, 2019 • event pageall results
Results: Rankings Only Male
1. Christopher Perham GBR 00:10:09
2. Csongor Lehmann HUN 00:10:12
3. Pierre Le Corre FRA 00:10:13
4. Arnaud Mengal BEL 00:10:17
5. Tim Van Hemel BEL 00:10:18
6. Ondrej Olsar CZE 00:10:22
7. Mathis Margirier FRA 00:10:22
8. Antonio Benito Lopez ESP 00:10:22
9. Marco Van Der Stel NED 00:10:24
10. Anthony Pujades FRA 00:10:28
Results: Rankings Only Female
1. Nina Eim GER 00:11:24
2. Sandra Dodet FRA 00:11:24
3. Valentina Riasova RUS 00:11:25
4. Alicja Ulatowska POL 00:11:26
5. Justine Guerard FRA 00:11:28
6. Alessia Orla ITA 00:11:30
7. Zoe Thomas GBR 00:11:39
8. Quinty Schoens NED 00:11:43
9. Alzbeta Hruskova CZE 00:11:45
10. Antoanela Manac ROU 00:11:48
Results: Qualifier 1 Elite Men
1. Tim Van Hemel BEL 00:10:39
2. Pierre Le Corre FRA 00:10:39
3. Mathis Margirier FRA 00:10:40
4. Jan Volar CZE 00:10:53
5. Radim Grebík CZE 00:11:01
6. Paul Voelker GER 00:11:17
7. Marc Trautmann GER 00:11:18
8. Sam Vanderjeugt Rojas CRC 00:11:48
9. Pim Venderbosch NED 00:12:24
10. Enric Joan Tejedor ESP 00:16:23
Results: Qualifier 2 Elite Men
1. Anthony Pujades FRA 00:10:42
2. Csongor Lehmann HUN 00:10:44
3. Roberto Sanchez Mantecon ESP 00:10:46
4. Valerio Patanè ITA 00:10:47
5. Tomas Zikmund CZE 00:10:51
6. Simon Duwat FRA 00:11:00
7. Lars Van Der Knaap NED 00:11:01
8. Sabian Kulczynski IRL 00:11:05
9. Stef Corthouts BEL 00:11:29
DSQ. Lennart Sievers GER DSQ
Results: Qualifier 3 Elite Men
1. Marco Van Der Stel NED 00:10:34
2. Igor Bellido Mikhailova ESP 00:10:34
3. Lukas Cervenka CZE 00:10:35
4. Bence Lehmann HUN 00:10:35
5. Arnaud Mengal BEL 00:10:40
6. Raoul Shaw FRA 00:10:48
7. Julien Ferandeau FRA 00:11:14
8. Stijn Jansen NED 00:11:15
9. Cedric Osterholt GER 00:11:18
10. Antoine Muller FRA 00:11:39
Results: Qualifier 4 Elite Men
1. Ondrej Olsar CZE 00:10:43
2. Philipp Wiewald GER 00:10:44
3. Antoine Legout FRA 00:10:45
4. Lars Pfeifer GER 00:10:47
5. Andrey Alypov RUS 00:10:49
6. Raphael Montoya FRA 00:10:58
7. Menno Koolhaas NED 00:11:04
8. Jesús Jimenez Gimeno ESP 00:11:05
9. Jesse Cuijpers NED 00:11:34
10. Thomas Verstraeten BEL 00:11:51
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