Maui Show Debuts This Weekend

Jan. 19, 2017

The one-hour television show featuring XTERRA Worlds makes its debut in the U.S. this weekend with airings in Tucson, AZ (Sat, 9:30am on NBC), Portland, OR (Sun, 2pm on KOIN), Madison, WI (Sat, 4pm on CW), Hartford, CT (Sat, 1pm on ABC), Buffalo, NY (Sun, 5pm on CBS), Knoxville, TN (Sun, 5pm on CBS), Grand Junction, CO (Sun, 5pm on CBS), and Fairbanks, AK (Sun, 2pm on NBC).

The following weekend the show will hit the airwaves on the MSG Network in the nation’s largest television market, New York, NY, at 3pm on Saturday, January 28 and 5pm on Sunday, the 29th. It will also be broadcast in Minneapolis, MN (12pm on ABC) and Bowling Green, NY (11:30am on NBC) next Sunday.  Click here to see when the show will be broadcast in your area.

This is the 21st straight year the XTERRA World Championship has been broadcast to a national, now international audience.

The show, which highlights Maui’s natural beauty as a scenic backdrop to XTERRA warriors putting their mental and physical toughness to the ultimate test, will be seen by more than six million viewers via national syndication (ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX), Fox Sports Network, ESPN International, and European distribution.

Last year’s race was lauded as one of the toughest challenges in the history of XTERRA, and in this show viewers will see for themselves why. It started with big swells, a strong current, and shore-pounding waves and got tougher from there as riders trudged through muddy trails in the West Maui Mountains.

The finish times were the slowest ever recorded, yet racer after racer described it as “epic” and “one for the ages.”

More than 800 endurance athletes from 46 countries participated in the event, which combined a one-mile rough water swim with a 20-mile mountain bike and grueling 6.5-mile trail run.

Since 1990 TEAM TV has produced more than 300 television shows resulting in three regional Emmy’s and 42 Telly Awards for production excellence. Past episodes of the award-winning XTERRA Adventures TV series, XTERRA USA and past World Championship broadcasts are available on-demand as a video subscription for Prime members on Amazon Video. Four seasons (32 shows) of the half-hour episodes of XTERRA Adventures, and the 2012-through-2015 XTERRA USA and World Championship triathlon races are available now and 2016 shows will be added soon.