It is a "winner take all" race, with one of the richest pro purses in multisport at $105,000, and it is awarded solely on the basis of the Maui performance. Since this race is a stand-alone event, it offers a unique opportunity to competitors as even those who have had a less than stellar season are given an opportunity to redeem themselves and earn the coveted title of XTERRA World Champion.
Pro Prize Money - US Dollars
NEW XTERRA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFYING RULE FOR PROS
In NON-OLYMPIC years it will be mandatory for professional athletes wishing to race at the XTERRA World Championship to compete in at least one XTERRA event during the course of the season.
Athletes interested in receiving a sponsor exemption or wish to explain non-compliance due to injury should email XTERRA managing director Dave Nicholas at email@example.com.
THE OUTRIGGER HOTELS & RESORTS DOUBLE
The“Double” award is given to the pro and amateur man and woman with the fastest combined 2014 XTERRA World Championship and Ironman Hawaii Championship time, a feat reserved for the world’s leading endurance athletes. Pro male and female athletes are awarded US$2,500 with the top amateur man and woman winning a 6 night stay at the Outrigger Aina Nalu.
2014 Pro Double Results
|Bart Aernouts||Merksem, Belgium||8:28:28||PRO||2:38:56||11:07:24|
|Michael Weiss||Gumpoldskirchen, Austria||8:38:27||PRO||2:39:06||11:17:33|
TENTATIVE 2014 MEN’S PRO START LIST (Alpha by Country)
(Alpha by Country)
AUSTRALIA: Ben Allen, Chris Legh, Nick Moore, Brendan Sexton AUSTRIA: Michi Weiss BELGIUM: Bart Aernouts, Yeray Luxem, Jim Thijs, Rob Woestenborghs BRAZIL: Felipe Moletta CANADA: Brent McMahon, Jean-Philippe Thibodeau COSTA RICA: Rom Akerson, Leonardo Chacon CZECH: Jan Kubicek, Lubos Truhlar FRANCE: Francois Carloni, Brice Daubord, Romaric Delepine, Arthur Forissier, Nicolas Hemet, Cedric Lassonde GREAT BRITAIN: Matt Dewis, Rory Downie, Jon Heasman, Llewellyn Holmes, Asa Shaw JAPAN: Takahiro Ogasawara, Yu Yumoto MEXICO: Mauricio Mendez NEW ZEALAND: Olly Shaw PHILIPPINES: Joe Miller SLOVAKIA: Tomas Kubek SOUTH AFRICA: Dan Hugo, Grayson Keppler, Conrad Stoltz, Brad Weiss SPAIN: Ruben Ruzafa, Albert Soley SWEDEN: Philip Tavell SWITZERLAND: Jan Pyott USA: Chris Ganter, Ryan Ignatz, Josiah Middaugh, Joshua Merrick, Branden Rakita, Cody Waite, Noah Wright, Brad Zoller
TENTATIVE 2014 WOMEN’S PRO START LIST (Alpha by Country)
AUSTRALIA: Dimity-Lee Duke, Penny Hosken, Charlotte McShane AUSTRIA: Sandra Koblmueller, Carina Wasle BERMUDA: Flora Duffy CANADA: Danelle Kabush, Melanie McQuaid, Chantell Widney CHILE: Barbara Riveros CZECH: Helena Erbenova GERMANY: Maud Golsteyn, Kathrin Muller GREAT BRITAIN: Louise Fox, Jacqui Slack JAPAN: Mieko Carey NETHERLANDS: Judy Vandenberg NEW ZEALAND: Sarah Backler, Elizabeth Orchard, Nicky Samuels SOUTH AFRICA: Susan Sloan SWITZERLAND: Renata Bucher USA: Caroline Colonna, Genevieve Evans, Emma Garrard, Maia Ignatz, Kara LaPoint, Sara Schuler, Suzie Snyder, Debby Sullivan, Shonny Vanlandingham
"XTERRA will adhere to the WADA anti-doping policies and procedures at Maui in order to ensure a clean, healthy, and fair sporting event for all athletes.
Anti-Doping Information for Athletes from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency