2021 Europe Triathlon XTERRA Cross Championships Dolomiti Paganella

26 Sep, 2021 • Molveno, Trentino, IT, Italy • Event Website
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Europe Triathlon is partnering with XTERRA Europe to bring you the 2021 European Cross Triathlon and Cross Duathlon Championships. This race doubles up as the inaugural XTERRA Trentino Dolomiti Paganella.

Athletes representing their European Federations will be racing alongside non-federation athletes who may participate in the XTERRA open category in both the Triathlon and Duathlon events.

European Elite and Age-Group titles will be on offer as well as XTERRA World Championship slots. Details can be found here.

The towns of Molveno and Andalo are situated in the Trentino region fronting the Brenta Dolomites, which hosted the inaugural XTERRA Molveno Short Track races in October 2020, is the perfect destination for off-road racers and their families looking for a gorgeous holiday getaway.

“It is a real honor for us to host such a great international event. We are really excited to organize another epic race, after the first international XTERRA Short Track event in 2020, we are looking forward to sharing this adventure with our mountain community. We really believe our destination could become a favorite hotspot for professional and amateur endurance athletes with our stunning Dolomites landscape, great tourism facilities, and wide range of outdoor experiences for the entire family”
Luca D’Angelo, the Dolomiti Paganella Tourism Board Managing Director

The event will be held in cooperation with Europe Triathlon and the Italian Triathlon Federation.

“The municipalities of Molveno and Andalo in the heart of Brenda Dolomites are the perfect location for off-road duathlon and triathlon racing. It’s a paradise for the outdoor enthusiast and offers the perfect infrastructure. I am delighted the 2021 European Champs of Cross Triathlon and Duathlon have been assigned to XTERRA. Europe Triathlon has for many years enjoyed good collaborations with other professional organizers and we are happy to start this new experience with XTERRA”
Renato Bertrandi, President of Europe Triathlon

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Entry Fee:


Prize Money:

€10,000 for European Cross Triathlon Championship + USD$7,500 regardless of nationality (top 5 men and women)


Closest Airport

From VRN Verona Airport (Valerio Catullo) - 130 km (http://www.aeroportoverona.it/en/)
● Shuttle to the train station “Verona Porta Nuova” (runs every 20 min)
● Train from Verona Porta Nuova to Mezzocorona (http://www.trenitalia.com/en.html)
● Bus from Mezzocorona railway station to Andalo or Molveno (http://www.trentinotrasporti.it/en/linea-extraurbana?idLineaAndata=345&idLineaRitorno=346&shift=0#andata)

From BGY Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport - 210 km (http://www.milanbergamoairport.it/it/)
● Shuttle to the train station “Bergamo” (http://www.atb.bergamo.it/en)
● Train from Bergamo to Mezzocorona (http://www.trenitalia.com/en.html)
● Bus from Mezzocorona railway station to Andalo or Molveno (http://www.trentinotrasporti.it/en/linea-extraurbana?idLineaAndata=345&idLineaRitorno=346&shift=0#andata)

From VCE Venezia Airport - 250km (http://www.veneziaairport.it/en/transport/train.html)
● Shuttle to Piazzale Roma (http://www.atvo.it/index.php?lingua=en&area=menustandard&idpadre=23&idmenu=35)
● 5-minute walk from Piazzale Roma to the train station Venezia Santa Lucia
● Train from Venice to Mezzocorona (http://www.trenitalia.com/en.html)
● Bus from Mezzocorona railway station to Andalo or Molveno. (http://www.trentinotrasporti.it/en/linea-extraurbana?idLineaAndata=345&idLineaRitorno=346&shift=0#andata)

From MUC Munich Airport - 370 km (http://www.munich-airport.com/)
● S-Bahn: train from the airport to Munich city center (München HBF)
● Train from train station München HBF to Bolzano/Bozen or to Trento (http://www.bahn.de/en/view/booking-information/index.shtml)
● Bus to Andalo or Molveno (http://www.trentinotrasporti.it/en/linea-extraurbana?idLineaAndata=345&idLineaRitorno=346&shift=0#andata)

Using one’s own car

Coming from the North
● motorway A 22 coming from Brenner/Bozen, exit Mezzolombardo/San Michele all’Adige
● at the roundabout, you’ll turn right to Mezzolombardo and you go all through the village
● after having left the village, you’ll take the first road on the left,following the indications to Fai della Paganella/Andalo/Molveno

Coming from the South
● motorway A 22 coming from Verona, exit Trento Nord
● you’ll continue on the road leading to Mezzolombardo/Val di Non/Altopiano della Paganella for about 15 Km
● just after the long tunnel, you’ll turn right, following the indications to Fai della Paganella/Andalo/Molveno

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