The typical distances are a 1.5k swim, 30k mountain bike, and 10k trail run. Courses are designed to have top pros finish in roughly two-and-a-half hours. Generally the swim comprises 10% of the total time it takes to finish the race, the mountain bike 65%, and the run 25%.


The 2017 XTERRA European Tour will once again follow our Silver and Gold classifications for the XTERRA European Tour stops. Learn more about the European Tour Series scoring and classifications.

Note: Schedule is tentative. Classification, prize money and world championship slots are subject to change.

Date Name Location Maui Slots Purse (US$)
2-Apr XTERRA Malta Majjistral Nature Reserve 25 $7,500
23-Apr XTERRA Cyprus Lara Beach/Akamas, Paphos 25 $7,500
30-Apr XTERRA Greece Vouliagmeni 25 $7,500
14-May XTERRA Spain Taragonna 25 $7,500
27-May XTERRA Portugal Golega 25 $7,500
4-Jun XTERRA Wales Atlantic College, Llantwit Major 25 $7,500
10-Jun XTERRA Belgium Namur 25 $7,500
18-Jun XTERRA Finland Imatra 25 $7,500
24-Jun XTERRA Switzerland Vallee de Joux 50 $15,000
2-Jul XTERRA France Xonrupt 50 $15,000
30-Jul XTERRA Abruzzo Scanno, Abruzzo, Italy 25 $7,500
6-Aug XTERRA Norway Location TBD 25 $7,500
13-Aug XTERRA Poland Krakow 25 $7,500
19-Aug XTERRA Germany Zittau 50 $15,000
26-Aug XTERRA Sweden Hammarbybacken, Stockholm 25 $7,500
3-Sep XTERRA Denmark / European Championship Mons Klint 50 $25,000
29-Oct XTERRA World Championship Kapalua, Maui $105,000

* XTERRA World Championship on Maui is not a stop on the European Tour, instead it’s the final stop on the World Tour.