World Triathlon has announced two more events to join the 2023 World Triathlon Championships (WTCS). Italy’s Cagliari will take place on May 27-28, and Canada’s Montreal on June 24-25.
Cagliari will return to the WTCS circuit after its debut last fall, with a standard distance race. The event will take place at the same location as last year, with a beach start followed by a flat and technical bike course and a fast and flat run course.
After hosting the World Triathlon Sprint and Relay Championships last year, Montreal returns to the WTCS circuit with a sprint distance race and medley relay scheduled for the last weekend in June.
Unfortunately, the World Cup events planned in Busselton (Australia) and Bergen (Norway) will not take place this year.
Busselton (Australia) will move to the Continental Cup. The organizers of the World Cup in Bergen, Norway, scheduled for August 2023, have also decided to remove the event from the 2023 World Cup calendar, but will reportedly work on trying to host the event in 2024.
Zoffingen, Switzerland, will host the World Long Distance Biathlon Championships for the 15th time in 34 years. The race, which made its debut on the calendar in 1989, will offer a demanding route through the mountains of Switzerland.
The 2023 World Triathlon Championships season will return to its traditional starting location in Abu Dhabi on March 3-4, with stops already confirmed in Yokohama, Japan on May 13; Hamburg (Germany) July 13-16; Sunderland (Great Britain) July 29-30; September 22-24 with the final round of the championship to be held in Pontevedra, Spain.
2023 World Triathlon Series
March 3-4 – Abu Dhabi, UAE (Sprint)
May 13 – Yokohama, JPN (Standard)
May 27-28 – Cagliari, ITA (Standard)
June 24-25 – Montreal, CAN (Sprint)
July 13-16 – Hamburg, Germany (Super-sprint)
July 29-30 – Sunderland, GBR (Sprint)
September 22-24 – Pontevedra, ESP (Standard)
June 24-25 – Montreal, CAN
July 15-16 – Hamburg, Germany (World Championship)
July 29-30 – Sunderland, GBR
August 19-20 – Paris, FRA
Paris 2024 test event
August 17-20 – Paris, FRA (Standard, mixed relay, paratriathlon)
Triathlon World Cup
March 25-26 – New Plymouth, NZL (Sprint)
May 6-7 – Yongdo, KOR (Sprint)
June 17-18 – Huatulco, MEX (Sprint)
July 8-9 – Tiszaujvaros, HUN (sprint, semi-final and final)
September 2-3 – Valencia, ESP (Standard)
September 9-10 – Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic (Standard)
October 7-8 – Arzachena, ITA (Sprint)
October 14-15 – Chengdu, CHN (Standard)
October 21-22 – Tongyeong, KOR (Sprint)
October 28-29 – Miyazaki, JPN (Standard)
November 11-12 – Vina del Mar, CHI (Sprint)
November 18-19 – Montevideo, URU (Standard)
September 23-24 – Pontevedra, ESP – Para Championship
March 18-19 – Devonport, AUS – Para Series
May 13-14 – Yokohama, JPN – Para Series
July 8-9 – Montreal, CAN – Para Series
July 15 – Swansea, GBR – Para Series
June 10-11 – A Coruna, ESP – Para Cup
June 17-18 – Besançon, FRA – Para Cup
July 15-16 – Long Beach, USA – Para Cup
August 19-20 – Paris, FRA – Para Cup
March 25-26 – Skeikampen, NOR – Winter Triathlon Championships
April 29 – May 7 – Ibiza, ESP – Multisport Championship
September 3 – Zoffingen, SUI – Long Distance Biathlon Championships
February 25 – Montreal, CAN
March 12 – Sursee, SUI
March 25 – Singapore, SGP
April 8 – London, Great Britain