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2022 World Triathlon Powerman Middle Distance Duathlon Championships Viborg, May. 7-8, 2022

World Triathlon Powerman Middle Distance Duathlon Championships Viborg were originally planned for Oct. 2, 2021. This event has been cenceled due to COVID-19 restrictions and has been rescheduled for May 7-8, 2022. 

You can visit the main event site at a schedule of event will be posted once available.

Viborg 2021 Travel Information

Travel to events with confidence in 2021, with our "Travel Like a Pro" resources, the latest addition to USA Triathlon's comprehensive Safe Return to Multisport initiative. Developed by medical experts in partnership with USA Triathlon, the documents outline race-week infection prevention measures and checklists for air travel, ground transportation, accommodations, meals and dining, and more. As always, be sure to check the travel advisories of countries traveling to and/or through.

Viborg 2021 Qualification Information

General Qualification:

  1. World Podium: Any athlete who places 1-3 in their age group at a world championship will automatically qualify for the respective world championship the following year.
  2. National Championships: The remaining world championship slots are allocated to athletes who compete in the respective national championship and finish in the top 18 per age group/gender and rolling down to 30th place.
  3. Rankings: If slots are still available, any athlete who finished in the aged up age group top twenty in their age group in the USA Triathlon year end (12/31) rankings will be considered for slots on the team starting with the highest ranked athlete having first option to accept followed by 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc., (through 20th) until we have reached the first two athletes who accept the slot or until we reach spot 20.

2021 Special Qualifiers:

  1. Transfer of Confirmed 2020 Team USA Spot
  2. 2021 World Championship Qualifiers in Sebring, FL. Long Course Duathlon (2-mile run, 56-mile bike, 13.1-mile run)