AT-LARGE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED HOWEVER YOU ARE ABLE TO JOIN OUR WAITLIST WITH ENTRIES FILLED AS THEY ARE RECEIVED.
The waitlist is first come, first served with entries accepted beginning in August and is not guaranteed. The best to guarantee your entry to the World Championship is to qualify.
One sure fire way to get a slot is to put in the best bid in the auction to raise funds for the Philippines. Read more about the auction.
Note: At-Large registration is open to all U.S. athletes and international athletes who DO NOT have a XTERRA qualifying event in their country only. Athletes with a qualifying event in their country should contact their national XTERRA organizer for any remaining unclaimed World Championship slots after the qualifying event. These countries include (Australia, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Greece, Guam, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Portugal, Saipan, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland).
Ruben Ruzafa from Spain made a triumphant return to the XTERRA World Championship by winning it five years after his inaugural victory in 2008. On the women's side, a new champion was crowned as Nicky Samuels from New Zealand took the title in her first appearance at the XTERRA World Championship. More than 800 endurance athletes from around the world gathered at The Ritz-Carlton Kapalua on Maui to participate in the off-road triathlon.
The award winning TEAM TV crew will be filming all the action for a nationally syndicated show to be broadcast beginning in early 2013. Highlight clips will be available on XTERRA's 24-hour on-demand video vault, XTERRA.TV.
Watch the 2012 Feature Show