Relay Middle Distance Challenge Mallorca
17 th October 2020
1,9 km swim – 90 km bike – 21,1 km run
Be a part of the amazing Challenge Mallorca relay triathlon race. Enjoy an impressive race as a team and finish your triathlon season in a big way.
You can participate in groups or two or three persons. This triathlon consists of a 1900m swim course, 21km bike course, and 21km run course.
Each team member completes one or two disciplines of the race. When the last athlete of the team arrives to the finish line, the team finishes together.
This is without any doubt one of, if not the best 70.3 courses I’ve ever raced. Only my second Challenge race as I usually race Ironman but this did not disappoint.
The sea swim was very tough, the bike course had everything from technical sections to hill climbs and fast sections and the run was hot and fast.
The course is very well supported by the event organiser and Holliday makers.
The whole event was extremely well organised and I can honestly say no stone was unturned by these guys.
Well done Challenge😎
Mark Bowman (2019) + opinions
Are you thinking to race the amazing Challenge Peguera Mallorca middle triathlon? Take a look to our 2019 race magazine to know all the interesting things, schedules, rules and other questions you may know to face the challenge.
Challenge Mallorca relay triathlon
Swim course (1,9 km)
The swim circuit is a single lap course takes place entirely in the beautiful Torà beach. You will swim 1.9 K from the Bay of Peguera and return to the arena of Torà beach to access the transition zone (T1, T2), approximately 140 meters from the water.
Bike course (90 km)
Mallorca owes much to its reputation as one of the most picturesque and spectacular 70.3 triathlons to its bike course. One thing is for sure: it’s not completely flat. It has some rolling and some hilly segments but also speedy sections where bikes can speed up to 60km/h. The course is full of landscapes, it’s technical and demanding and at times faster than other triathlon courses.
Run course (21 km)
For the 2016 edition we have made different changes in the run circuit in order to make it more flat and giving value to the most spectacular areas of Peguera: the maritime broadwalk and the boulevard. The result is an entertaining circuit that runs through the center of the village, with public and animation throughout the race.
What’s in the Challenge Race Kit?
At registration all athletes will receive a bag containing the following items:
- Athlete wristband
- green bag (post race)
- red bag (bike)
- blue bag (run)
- Coloured swim cap
- tattoo (swim course)
- BIB number
- Bib number for your bike
- CHFAMILY Nutrition guide
- start number
- envelope with number stickers (helmet 3 for your transition bags) 1 Bike cover
- … and more surprises!
Be prepared and read our briefing. Everything you need to know about the race is in there!
Make sure you read it carefully.
See the complete triathlon weekend’s time schedule
SATURDAY 17TH OF OCTOBER 2020
|8:25 to 8:40 h||Warm up CHMALLORCA middle and relay||Torà beach|
|8 to 8:45 h||Swim warm up||Torà beach|
|9 h||Start CHMALLORCA middle and relay||Torà beach|
|10 h||Expo & Fair||Finish line area (Plaza de Torà) (map)|
|10:35 h||Swim cut off time||T1&T2|
|13:30 h||Flower ceremony middle distance PRO men||Finish line area (Plaza de Torà) (map)|
|14:30 h||Flower ceremony middle distance PRO women||Finish line area (Plaza de Torà) (map)|
|16:30 h||Bike cut off time 1||KM 75 of the bike course|
|15:15 h||Bike cut off time 2||T1&T2|
|15:30 to 19 h||Bike storage opens for pick up bike||T1&T2|
|19 h||Awards ceremony||Finish line area (Plaza de Torà) (map)|
|20 h||Closing event||Finish line area (Plaza de Torà) (map)|
|CHMALLORCA racers party||Beverly playa hotel|