No one can match Podborský

The Quadrathlon world cup circus returned to Tyn, Czech Republic for the European Championships in the sprint distance. 1km Swim, 5km Kayak, 25km Bike and 5km run. The winner was mister Quadrathlon himself. The fast and nimble 48 year old Czech Miroslav Podborský.
In the swim we saw four strong swimmers taking the lead. The German Stefan Teichert, Podborsky, Vaclav sobotka and the German David Kunderer...

Cross Quadrathlon Premiere in Poland

At Poland’s Lake of Wolsztyn started the first Cross quadrathlon as part in the WQF World Cup with the Mountain Bike instead of the road/time trail bike. So to be called PolskaMan X. The Favourite was the Czech Leos Rousavy-leading the world cup standings and a man that loves racing the Mountain Bike.
After the swim leg the German Oliver Büttel lead Rousavy out of the water...

Roušavý braves the heat at Lake Balaton

At the Balaton lake in Hungary, the third station of the Quadrathlon World Cup took place last weekend. Once again this season, the two main competitors for the overall Cup-victory Leoš Roušavý and Stefan Teichert came together. The longest and hardest race of the World Cup calendar was to be completed.
The swim went over 1800m in three laps interrupted by a shore leave. In the kayak 10k in two laps on Central Europe's largest lake needed to be accomplished....

King is the King in World Championships

By what some would call typical British weather-Brigg North Lincolnshire put on a wonderful World championships (middle distance). Quality field of Top athletes and hardened masters.
After a false start - where the whole field was brought back, saw the nervous field start and a group of three form with Favorites Steve King, Tom Stead and German Stefan Teichert who strung the field out with a one minute lead at the end of this river swim...