Powerman Middle Distance Duathlon Championships in Alsdorf coming up!

By | 29 Apr, 2024

Alsdorf, a picturesque city nestled in the heart of the StädteRegion Aachen, is gearing up to host the prestigious Middle Distance Duathlon Championships on Sunday, May 5th. With its rich history and vibrant culture, Alsdorf provides the perfect setting for athletes and spectators alike to come together and celebrate the spirit of duathlon.

Before the adrenaline-fueled races kick off, participants will have the opportunity to attend briefing sessions on Saturday, May 4th. The Elite Briefing will kick off at 5:30pm in English, followed by the Age Group Briefing at 6:00pm, also in English, and concluding with the Age Group Briefing in German at 6:30pm. For further details, athletes can refer to the comprehensive Athlete Guide available here.

The action-packed Sunday will commence with the Elite Women’s race at 8:00 AM, followed by the Age Group Para, Elite Men, and Age Group Men and Women categories. In addition to the thrilling races, the organisers of POWERMAN Alsdorf have ambitious plans to revolutionise the world of duathlon. With the unwavering support of partners, athletes, and fans, the aim is to bring the World Championship over the middle distance to Alsdorf in 2025.

As Europe Triathlon we express our appreciation to the city of Alsdorf, the StädteRegion Aachen, and POWERMAN that have been instrumental in this endeavour. And, of course, our deepest thanks go to the participants and fans whose enthusiasm fuels the spirit of the races!

Join us on our social media channels, where you can catch exclusive interviews with some of the athletes gearing up for the race. Wishing all participants the best of luck for an exhilarating weekend of Duathlon action!

Related Event: 2024 Europe Triathlon Powerman Middle Distance Duathlon Championships Alsdorf
05 May, 2024 • event pageall results
Results: Elite Men
1. Simon Jørn Hansen DEN 02:25:49
2. Ondrej Kubo SVK 02:27:07
3. Emile Blondel Hermant FRA 02:28:20
4. Matthew Nelson GBR 02:28:52
5. Thomas Cremers NED 02:29:19
6. Simon Huckestein GER 02:29:42
7. Fabian Holbach GER 02:30:31
8. Fabian Zehnder SUI 02:32:19
9. Wout Driever NED 02:32:31
10. Michael Pfanner SUI 02:32:42
Results: Elite Women
1. Melanie Maurer SUI 02:45:54
2. Merle Brunnée GER 02:48:00
3. Olivia Keiser SUI 02:49:54
4. Corina Ryf SUI 02:52:33
5. Leonie Kleine-Bley GER 02:53:02
6. Rachel Brown GBR 02:53:28
7. Madlen Kappeler GER 02:53:35
8. Nelly Rassmann GER 02:56:19
9. Lisa Strothmann GER 02:58:16
10. Desirée Knecht SUI 03:01:41
Results: 20-24 Male AG
1. Adam Dart GBR 02:36:10
2. Philippe Tostain FRA 02:44:34
3. Lars Janssens BEL 02:47:22
4. William Dumenil FRA 02:51:05
5. Henrik Saathoff GER 02:52:43
Results: 25-29 Male AG
1. Michiel Stockman BEL 02:32:37
2. Rémi Huens FRA 02:33:17
3. Jonas Müller GER 02:36:26
4. Vic Vandendaele BEL 02:38:28
5. Louis Misplon BEL 02:39:01
6. Stijn Witters BEL 02:43:54
7. Philipp Blohm GER 02:44:24
8. Pete Douglass GBR 02:53:40
Results: 30-34 Male AG
1. Joren Jans BEL 02:35:37
2. Grim Doclo BEL 02:37:40
3. Tristan Beaufils FRA 02:38:31
4. Mick Claessens NED 02:39:33
5. Joeri Deleener BEL 02:40:30
6. Yves Becker GER 02:40:30
7. Emeric Louvel FRA 02:40:54
Results: 35-39 Male AG
1. Nick Van der Haegen BEL 02:41:39
2. Nick Oehring GBR 02:42:25
3. Wouter Wuilmus BEL 02:42:30
4. Florian Dinse GER 02:42:43
5. Simon Adyns BEL 02:44:40
6. Jonathan Peters GBR 02:45:53
7. Ronald Beckers BEL 02:46:33
8. Chris Van Wamelen NED 02:48:30
9. Bart Mennink NED 02:48:34
10. Thomas Müller GER 02:48:55