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XTERRA America Tour
The races are open to everyone, however, the World Championship on Maui is open only to qualified competitors. (Age group athletes who are not US citizens can participate in US races, but are not eligible for America Tour Points or Points Series titles.)
To find out more about competing in the series read check out the America Tour section of this site or read the America Tour Rules document. Should you have any questions, please call us toll free 877-751-8880 or email email@example.com.
XTERRA Pan American Tour
The 10-stop series for both amateur and professional athletes starts March 25th at XTERRA Argentina and concludes September 16 with the XTERRA Pan American Championship race in Ogden, Utah. In between are majors in the U.S., Canada, Costa Rica, Chile, Brazil, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic.
Learn more at www.xterrapanam.com.
XTERRA World Tour
The tour includes stops in countries around the globe. The races are open to both pro and amateur competitors. Top-ranking amateurs are awarded an XTERRA title and entry to the XTERRA World Championship on Maui. Pros compete for prize purses.
XTERRA European Tour
Race across the continent en route to an XTERRA European Tour Championship title. XTERRA invites age group and pro athletes to join the quest for off-road supremacy. Pro athletes compete for more than US $458,000 in pro prize monies, while amateurs race for national titles and coveted slots to the World Championship.
For more information visit www.xterraeurope.com.
XTERRA Asia-Pacific Tour
The top 15 amateur, Asian-elite, and professional racers at each event will earn series points. Racers with the most points in each division will be crowned champions at the end of the year.
Learn more at www.xterraasia.com.
XTERRA Canada Tour
XTERRA in Canada, eh! The XTERRA Canada Tour has a race in every corner of the country. Pro athletes compete for pro prize monies, while amateurs race for national titles and coveted slots to the World Championship.
For more information visit www.xterracanada.com.