It’s an exciting time to be part of the XTERRA Tribe right now.
Flora Duffy is literally on top of the world as the No. 1 ranked female in the WTS, and Rio is just a few months away! Josiah Middaugh is the cover boy for this month’s USA Triathlon Magazine. Lesley Paterson is looking like the mega-star she is in a recent Paul Mitchell feature story. Braden Currie capped off a 5-year racing binge with a big win at the Asia-Pacific Championship. Emma Garrard was nominated for the prestigious Utah State of Sport award and Ruben Ruzafa got back to his winning ways at XTERRA Reunion.
And those are the just the top three men and women from XTERRA Worlds last year!
We’re also humbled to follow Dave DeSantis in his incredible 16 in 16 journey to raise funds for the Challenged Athletes Foundation, and Beth Price as she strives to raise awareness for those living with MS.
On the racing scene the XTERRA Pan Am Tour is in Brazil, the European Tour is in Greece, and the Asia-Pacific Tour is in Langkawi … all epic destinations with big turnouts and star-cast pro fields, and that's just what's on tap for Saturday.
All the while XTERRA is on TV everywhere. Those in the Denver, Colorado area can watch XTERRA Nationals this Saturday at 12 noon on KMGH and if you’re in or around the Los Angeles, California you can tune-in to XTERRA Worlds Sunday morning at 7am on KABC.
To get a better idea of all the things going on with XTERRA visit www.xterracontent.com. Better yet, unplug and go enjoy XTERRA’s healthy, active, outdoors lifestyle with your family and friends ...