• Oslo – cold race in a hot summer
    Last competition of Quadrathlon World Cup was organised in Oslo, Norway. After one year break Katarina Liptakova and Oslo Kayak Club organised again a competition at the Bogstad lake.This time the distance was sprint and the bike session was mountain bike. Starters were from 5 countries, beside home country quadrathletes from Great Britain, Hungary, Spain and France participated the race. ... read more
    Source: Quadrathlon4YOUPublished on 2018-08-20
  • Sprint Quadrathlon Balatonakali
    We are sorry to inform you but the Compatition of Sprint Quadrathlon Balatonakali in Hungary is cancelled because of the illness of the organiser. The Hungarian Federation is working now to organise a replacement race during September (we will inform you as soon as possible). The last World Cup race in 2018 is World Championchip at Bergsee Ratscher, Germany. Organizer ... read more
    Source: Quadrathlon4YOUPublished on 2018-08-20
  • Svoboda wins the latest World Cup race in Slovakia
    In the expected warm conditions, the eighth stage of the WQF World Cup was held last weekend in the Slovakian town of Komarno, near the Hungarian border. With a course of 750m swimming, 20km cycling, 4km kayaking and 5km running, the Czech, Tomáš Svoboda, was a strong favourite to finish first. Although he did so, he was only able to ... read more
    Source: Quadrathlon4YOUPublished on 2018-07-27
  • Box End World Cup … A scorcher, heat and race alike!
    The Box End Quadrathlon was always going hot, with the high temperatures we’d been having, but the racing too was certainly a scorcher too! Ettiene Stott, the 2012 Olympic Gold Medalist in C2 Slalom was going to be competing along with current WQF Champion leader, Ferenc Csima from Hungary. With World and British Trophy series points up for grabs we ... read more
    Source: Quadrathlon4YOUPublished on 2018-07-17
  • Týn: A duel between Badar and Svoboda
    As expected, there was a duel between the currently two best quadrathletes, Gergő Badar (HUN) and Tomaš Svoboda (CZE), at the middle distance World Championships in Týn on the Vltava (CZE) last Saturday. Svoboda took the lead in the 1.5km swim over two laps, each involving a slight current. Only two minutes behind him, Badar followed him on to the ... read more
    Source: Quadrathlon4YOUPublished on 2018-07-07
  • Great performance of young competitors at Deseda Quadrathlon
    On June 23, the sprint distance Deseda Q30 was organized at the Deseda lake near Kaposvár. The race was part of the Quadrathlon World Cup and of the Quadrathlon Hungarian Cup. The young competitors showed excellent performance as they occupied four podium places from the possible six in the absolute qualification. The location changed slightly compared to last year ... read more
    Source: Quadrathlon4YOUPublished on 2018-06-25
  • Indian Lake – Birth of the Quadrathlon in the United States
    Congratulations to The Adirondack village of Indian Lake, they were the first venue in the United States to host a quadrathalon. The “Do the Q” event was on June 16th and consisted of a 750km swim, 8km kayak paddle, 30k bike ride, and 10k run, in accordance with World Quadrathalon Federation guidelines. Len the organiser has sent us his overview ... read more
    Source: Quadrathlon4YOUPublished on 2018-06-22
  • Great excitement in Hannover
    What a weekend in Hannover, what a long distance! The names on the start list did not promise such excitement and the Quadrathlon Long Distance World Championships, set in the water park of Limmer Triathlon, will be remembered by many. It started on Sunday morning at 7:15 in good dry conditions, around 22 degrees during the day. Tomáš Svoboda (CZE) ... read more
    Source: Quadrathlon4YOUPublished on 2018-06-09