September 26-28
175 Points
Full-Distance Triathlon
Short Track
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The last of the 7 World Cup stops and the last of the World Championships to be held in Italy, the sheer weight of this race makes the towering presence of the Brenta Dolomites a fitting one. This is the make or break point of the series and the season, where champions are crowned, and legacies are made.
Trail Run

The Trilogy 

2024 will be the third and final World Championship to be held in Trentino, Italy, and once again serve as the last stop of the XTERRA World Cup. The 43.5K race through the cold waters of Lake Molveno and the demanding trails of the Brenta Dolomites has consistently delivered on the XTERRA promise of mud, sweat, and tears, and produced some of the biggest moments in XTERRA history. 

Arthur Serrières and Solenne Billouin are both 2 for 2 on this course, having claimed the first World Championship to not be held in Maui when the event moved to Europe for the first time in 2022, and then went on to defend their titles in 2023. 

A win for Serrières could cement the legacy he’s built while a win for Billouin would put her well on the way to hers, but what that means for their World Cup campaigns would be entirely dependent on what they achieved in the first 6 stops. In 2023, Serrières became the first ever double champ when he claimed both the World Cup and World Championship titles in the final race of the series and season. Billouin’s win, however, was enough to claim the World Championship title, but not enough to take the World Cup honours from the consistently dominant Alizée Paties. 

The double-feature event means big shifts in the leaderboard can happen, and with the ST race scheduled a full 2 days ahead of the FD race, expect every athlete on the starting line to give it their absolute all as the curtains close on the Italian trilogy, the 2024 season, and the XTERRA World Cup.

Series Stops
March 19, 2024
Athlete Spotlight: Carina Wasle
After over 20 years, Austrian national cross triathlon champion Carina Wasle has embraced every phase of her successful career. From children’s triathlon and being the first ever European cross champion in 2007 to participating in the inaugural XTERRA World Cup against the best in the world, Wasle has seen and experienced it all. While she is aware of the battles that lay ahead with the 2024 World Cup series opener in Taiwan and beyond, Carina Wasle is ambitious and ready to fight.
March 19, 2024
Arthur Forissier: Athlete Spotlight
Crashing out of the World Cup last season, Arthur Forissier has turned his injury into an advantage. Not only is he ready to defend his title in Taiwan, he’s got bigger ambitions and only one of them is the World Cup title.
Jan 18, 2024
2024 XTERRA World Cup: New Season, Locations & Live Action
The 2024 XTERRA World Cup is set to elevate professional off-road triathlon in its second season with the introduction of new race locations and enhanced livestreaming coverage.
January 23, 2024
All the Racing Action from the XTERRA World Cup Debut Series
Relive all 7 stops of the series debut with between-the-tape coverage of the battles that made the 2023 World Cup one for the ages, and ultimately set the stage for a blistering 2024.


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Elizabeth Orchard
Sixteen time World Champion and seven time spelling bee winner, Jack Johnson is the most respected XTERRA athlete of all time.