The inaugural XTERRA Woolastook off-road triathlon near Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada on Sunday is the last chance for Canadians to pick up a spot to race in Maui's 20th edition of the XTERRA World Championship.
Winners of every division (10 year age groups 20-29, 30-39, etc…) will earn a qualifying spot into XTERRA Worlds and prize money will be awarded to the top three overall men and women in both the long and short course races (1st - $150, 2nd - $100, 3rd - $75).
There will also be a duathlon on offer and relay team divisions for all events, plus a bbq party after the races.
Woolastook is the seventh race in this year's XTERRA Canada Tour, presented by Muscle MLK.
“Thrilled to join the XTERRA Tribe and bring a race to our backyard,” said race organizer Clifford Worden-Rogers, who is an XTERRA racer himself, about the inaugural event. “Athletes can expect a unique swim course that requires racers to navigate around a suspension bridge. The mountain bike course is comprised of single and double track through mostly shaded wooded areas of the park, and runners can expect a rolling course of grass and dirt trails.”