It goes on - World Cup 2016

In the last few weeks there has been worked a lot on the plans for 2016 Quadrathlon. The Federation has gotten together to discuss many matters. Especially the open letter of the General Secetary Stefan Teichert, regarding the need for more involvement of more people to help the sport move forward.
By the World Quadrathlon Congress, we saw the set-up of the new Executive board. The President will be the Czech Vaclav Marek. New Vice president ...

What a fantastic 2015 race season

With the Ratscher Bergersee Quadrathlon finishing off the season in Germany, we thought that we would take a small look at how the season was completed. It all started in where Quadrathlon began in Ibizia. The European Championships and troublesome race for the organizers but the competitors showed how it should be done. The Spanish had bad luck with bike crashes and ...

Ratscher: From one extreme to the other

It’s how life and the weather is in Europe! One week 40C the next 10C. That was the weather that the famous and always well-organized race greeted us athletes. In Bergsee Ratscher Germany. The swim started with something unusual this season. A swim with a wet suit. All were happy with this decision as Stefan Teichert (GER) showed the field the way. In a pulp...

Hot Sprint in European Championships in Balaton Hungary

The last major championships Quadrathlon event took part in Lake Balaton in Hungary at the end of August 2015. The temperature sored into the 40C mark giving organizer Adam Schmuck and his team lots of work to keep the competitors cool and the race as hot as is ever required for a sprint distance race. The men’s race was filled with many hopeful’s winners. The swim in less than calm waters was dominated by Albert Corominas (ESP) who held a 30 second lead. Chased by Gergo Badar (HUN) and top favourite Enrique Pecs (ESP) and Leos Rousavy (CZE)...

Peces and Hirschfelder produce brilliant performances to win world titles again

A Quadrathlon festival was the Theme last weekend in Slovakia. Just a short distance from the captail Bratislava, saw a super organized event with many spectators and a great atmosphere. By warm temperatures started the field at 11am with a non-wet suit swim. The quality of the field was immediately to be seen, with so many athletes coming out of the water in close proximately. The early leader was Ondrej Obst (SVK) in just under 10minutes. Followed by Albert Corominas (ESP), Lisa Hirschfelder (GER) swam with the best men to come out of the water with a commanding lead...

Šamorín: World Championships Sprint distance titles for Peces and Hirschfelder

A Quadrathlon festival was the Theme last weekend in Slovakia. Just a short distance from the captail Bratislava, saw a super organized event with many spectators and a great atmosphere. By warm temperatures started the field at 11am with a non-wet suit swim. The quality of the field was immediately to be seen, with so many athletes coming out of the water in close proximately. The early leader was Ondrej Obst (SVK) in just under 10minutes. Followed by Albert Corominas (ESP), Lisa Hirschfelder (GER) swam with the best men to come out of the water with a commanding lead...

Great World Cup Premiere at Box End Quadrathlon

It was wonderful to see some excellent racing and some top class competition, plus some drama on the MTBike course due to overnight rain on very hard ground, several athletes had some impromptu falls on slippy corners, no injuries but sadly a broken rear mech for top Quadrathlete Mike Mason at the Box End Quadrathlon last weekend. The traditional race in the north of London, had a WQF World Cup status for the first time...

Týn nad Vltavou - Buček and Immendorf at the top

Bei der Traditionsveranstaltung im Tschechischen Týn an der Moldau hießen die Sieger nach 1km Schwimmen, 5km Kajak, 25km Rad und 5km Laufen Michal Buček (SVK) und Gabriele Immendorf (GER). Während der Sieg von Immendorf im Vorfeld fast erwartet wurde, war der Name Buček bis jetzt in der Quadrathlon-Szene eher unbekannt. Doch wer den starken Slowaken näher kennt, wusste, dass mit ihm zu rechnen war ...

2015 World long distance Quadrathlon World Championships Hannover

The last Quadrathlon Long distance world championships where held in 2010 in Cologne. 2015 was time again for such a race. In conjunction with the Wasserstadt Triathlon by warm conditions an early 7.15am start saw the athletes dive into the water for the start of a long day. The swim course saw the athlete’s complete 2 laps of 1.9km in the Lindener Canal. Stefan Teichert (GER.) took the lead and exited the water in 55 minutes with a 1.30 lead from the following group of Dennis Möller (GER) and Laurent Martinou (FRA). Closely followed by Stefan Weger (GER) and Leos Rousay (CZE) and Enrigue Peces (ESP)...

X-Trial Pernštejn Cup 2015

In the wonderful Czech republic mountained region of Kraji Vysočina on 30th May 2015 we saw a small field take part in a cross Quadrathlon. While most athletes where preparing for the long course world championships in Hannover we saw Leoš Roušavý distrouy the field with the fastest times in all four disciplines...

Second World Cup round and British Championships at the Brigg Bomber

The WQF and the BQA wish to say ‘Thank-you’ and a big Congratulations to Lincsquad for putting on yet another very successful Brigg Bomber. A lots of compliments and messages from very happy Quadrathletes were told, all with very positive comments from their own race experiences, and as ever praising those wonderful marshals who turn out year after year, stand in the rain and encourage everyone! (it doesn’t rain every year!) A Big Thanks to all Lincsquad who helped make this great race happen, and once again a very worthy World Cup and British National...

German double win at Ibizia

The first Quadrathlon of the 2015 season began with a high point, the European Middle distance championships. The island of Ibizia is where Quadrathlon started. The island showed its beauty with sun and super course and perfect water.
The swim course was a two lap affair which saw the world sprint champion Albert Corominas immediately take the lead. He exited the water with a 80second lead from his fellow competitors Enrique Peces (ESP) Laurant Martinou (FRA) and Danny Hallmen (SWE) and Stefan Teichert (GER)...