Podborský and the race for the second position

By the biggest races in his home country, the man suddenly arrives back on the scene although he has raced seldom in the last few years in Quadrathlons , but when Miroslav Podborský does race we then we know he means business and is almost unbeatable and that at 47 years old. That’s just what happened at the Quadrathlon Sprint world championships last weekend in Tyn nad Vitavou in Czek. After the swim of 1km he had was in 3rd place, he then paddled away from the field in the 5km kayak and then extended his lead in the 25km cycle and was able to cruise the run to win by nearly 3 minutes...

Hot spell at Balaton, Hungary - Roušavý wins

The Balaton Lake on 9 /10th June 2013 in Hungary saw the start of the WQF world cup. Hungry was in the past a very strong Quadrathlon country. Competitor and event wise, especially in the 1990s. The event director Adam Schmuck had put together a great event schedule with sponsors and that little bit more. A day before the Quadrathlon was also a Canoe-duathlon with 15km Kayak and 45km Cycle...

Weather troubles by Quadrathlon in Bavaria

In Steinberger Lake in Bavaria Germany, a Quadrathlon in the middle distance should have taken place. But the weather Gods had other ideas. The day before the weather decided otherwise. After such a cold snap and continues rain the water temperature was below the safe limit and taken out off the programme. Now we would see a 5km Run, 36km Bike, 8km Kayak, 5km Run Quadrathlon...