Ruzafa, Poor win XTERRA Portugal

Reigning XTERRA European Tour Champions Ruben Ruzafa of Spain and Brigitta Poor from Hungary captured the fourth-annual XTERRA Portugal Championship race in Golega this afternoon. The win is the 27th of Ruzafa’s career, his fourth of the season, fourth straight in Portugal, and third-in-a-row on the European Tour. For Poor, it’s her third win of […]

Middaugh Coaching Corner – How Much Racing is Too Much?

Presented by Suunto A carefully planned race schedule should develop you as an athlete with valuable race experience, help guide your training, and serve as stepping stones to peak performance. Racing Frequency Races planned too frequently leave little room for quality training between races and can erode some components of fitness over time.  Some recreational […]

XTERRA Oak Mountain Amateur Race Recap

Two weeks ago, in honor of Mother’s Day, XTERRA published a story on the amazing Deanna McCurdy whose fighting spirit and unwavering positivity has been a source of inspiration for the XTERRA Tribe and all those affected by Angelman Syndrome. In the article, McCurdy talked about FAST (the Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics) an all-volunteer […]

XTERRA Deuces Wild One of Best Triathlons on Earth

XTERRA Deuces Wild will take place on June 3rd on a very special course designed in 2004 with the help of the first-ever XTERRA World Champ, Jimmy Riccitello. “Over the years we have seen thousands of racers compete on this iconic course,” said race director Seton Claggett. “At 6,300-feet and nestled in the pinion and […]

Fagundes, Aklufi Win XTERRA Malibu Creek 22K

Anthony Fagundes and Erika Aklufi won XTERRA Malibu Creek 22K Trail Run on May 20th on a very hot day in Southern California. “I started the race out faster than I did last year in the hopes of improving my time, but the sun and heat hit me pretty hard. I’m not acclimated yet, he said.” […]