2024 XTERRA World Cup

Event dates, locations, and series media.
A 7-stop global circuit built to showcase XTERRA’s strongest and fastest off-road triathletes as the biggest names in the sport go head-to-head across 11 Full Distance and Short Track races for their share of a $340,000+ prize purse.
LeaderboardStopsStoriesVideoScoringPrizesSchedule
LEADERBOARD
MEN
Name
🥇
🥈
🥉
Points
Felix Forissier
0
0
0
357
Arthur Forissier
0
0
0
306
Jens Emil Sloth Nielsen
0
0
0
303
Maxim Chane
0
0
0
264
Arthur Serrieres
0
0
0
247
Kieran Mcpherson
0
0
0
199
Federico Spinazze
0
0
0
189
Theo Dupras
0
0
0
158
Sebastien Carabin
0
0
0
114
Michele Bonacina
0
0
0
109
WOMEN
Name
🥇
🥈
🥉
Points
Solenne Billouin
0
0
0
365
Alizee Paties
0
0
0
308
Aneta Grabmuller
0
0
0
295
Marta Menditto
0
0
0
273
Sandra Mairhofer
0
0
0
238
Anna Zehnder
0
0
0
231
Elizabeth Orchard
0
0
0
134
Lorena Erl
0
0
0
130
Emma Ducreux
0
0
0
129
Carina Wasle
0
0
0
111
Series Stops
Latest Stories
Race Preview
May 16, 2024
Showdown in Alabama as XTERRA World Cup Heads to Stop #3: Oak Mountain
The 2024 XTERRA World Cup progresses to its third stop, doubling as the inaugural XTERRA North American Championship and featuring the season's first Short Track race. This major event is set to unfold over the weekend of May 18-19, 2024, on the award-winning trails of Oak Mountain State Park.
race report
Apr 29, 2024
A. Forissier, S Billouin take Stop #2 of 2024 XTERRA World Cup
Drama and domination marked the second stop of the 2024 XTERRA World Cup on April 27, 2024 with Arthur Forissier (FRA) capitalizing while Solenne Billouin (FRA) remained undefeated.
Spotlight
May 10, 2024
Athlete Spotlight: Aneta Grabmüller
Making a statement with her 4th place finish at the 2024 XTERRA World Cup opener in Taiwan, Aneta Grabmüller is no stranger to a big comeback. After a second major break from the sport to start a family, this is Grabmüller 3.0 with all the upgrades of experience, strength of motherhood, and talent to contend at the top.
Spotlight
April 24, 2024
Athlete Spotlight: Sebastian Neef
Sebastian Neef isn’t searching anymore. The German triathlete has bounced between road and off-road, short and long distance, winter and summer triathlon, but for 2024 he has just one singular focus: the XTERRA World Cup.
ABOUT THE WORLD CUP
The XTERRA World Cup is a condensed series of full-distance and short track triathlons designed to bring the strongest possible field of elite athletes to 7 select locations in a points-based competition that spans 12 races spread across the XTERRA season.
Giving spectators a taste of the highest level of XTERRA racing, and elite athletes the chance to minimise travel and maximise reward, the XTERRA World Cup Series passes through the APAC, Americas, and EMEA regions before culminating at the the biggest race of them all - the XTERRA World Championship.
At stake is pride, glory, and a total of over $340,000 in prize money.
latest videos
Stop #3 Recap: Oak Mountain
Stop #2 Recap: Greece
Arthur Serrières: Athlete Spotlight
Sandra Mairhofer: Athlete Spotlight
Emma Ducreux: Athlete Spotlight
Stop #1 Recap: Taiwan
Arthur Forissier: Athlete Spotlight
Alizee Paties: Athlete Spotlight
Kieran McPherson: Athlete Spotlight
Race Preview #1 Taiwan
2024 XTERRA World Cup Series Teaser
The XTERRA World Cup Series Recap Pt 2
The 2023 XTERRA World Cup Recap Pt 1
2023 XTERRA World Championship Live Replay
Stop #6: Beaver Creek Full Distance Highlights
Stop #5: Germany Short Track Full Replay
Stop #4: Czech Short Track Full Replay
Stop #3: Belgium Short Track Full Replay
Stop #2: Oak Mountain Full Distance Highlights
Stop #1: Taiwan Full Replay
Scoring System
Series points are weighted according to the race format, and the XTERRA World Cup Champion title is awarded to the male and female athletes who finish the series with the highest total score across all XTERRA World Cup races throughout the season.
Race Points
Points are allocated to the top 30 male and female athletes on each race of the series according to finishing position and race format as follows:
Full Distance Races
Top Score: 100
XTERRA Asia-Pacific Championship
XTERRA Greece
XTERRA North American Championship
XTERRA Belgium
XTERRA Québec
XTERRA European Championship
XTERRA World Championship
1st
100
2nd
90
3rd
82
4th
75
5th
69
6th
63
7th
58
8th
53
9th
49
10th
45
11th
41
12th
37
13th
34
14th
31
15th
28
16th
25
17th
23
18th
21
19th
19
20th
17
21st
15
22nd
13
23rd
12
24th
11
25th
10
26th
9
27th
8
28th
7
29th
6
30th
5
XTERRA Short Track
Top Score: 75
XTERRA Oak Mountain Short Track
XTERRA Quebec Short Track
XTERRA Czech Short Track
XTERRA Trentino Short Track
1st
75
2nd
67
3rd
61
4th
56
5th
51
6th
47
7th
43
8th
39
9th
36
10th
33
11th
30
12th
27
13th
25
14th
23
15th
21
16th
19
17th
17
18th
15
19th
13
20th
11
21st
10
22nd
9
23rd
8
24th
7
25th
6
26th
5
27th
4
28th
3
29th
2
30th
1
TIE BREAKERS
In the event of a tie in points at the end of the series, the tie-breaker will be the person with the most wins in the series. If still tied after counting wins, the person finishing highest in the most recent race where both competed. If no head-to-head exists, tie-breaker goes to the person finishing highest in the most recent race.
Prize Money
Each of the 11 World Cup races offers a prize purse that is weighted by discipline (full-distance or short track) and event status (championship or non-championship). Prize purses and series bonuses are both split evenly between the male and female categories, with all prize purses and bonuses paid in Euros, except for events in Taiwan and North America which are paid in US dollars.
To be eligible for the €100,000 XTERRA World Cup bonus, elites must race at least two of the three continental championship events.
XTERRA World Championship
€100,000 Purse
XTERRA World Championship
Subject to a 20% Italian taxation rate.
1st
€20,000
2nd
€12,000
3rd
€7,000
4th
€4,000
5th
€2,500
6th
€1,500
7th
€1,100
8th
€800
9th
€600
10th
€500
XTERRA World Cup Bonus
€100,000 Purse
Awarded to top 10 eligible athletes with the highest XTERRA World Cup score at the end of the season.
1st
€15,000
2nd
€12,000
3rd
€8,500
4th
€5,000
5th
€3,100
6th
€1,750
7th
€1,350
8th
€1,200
9th
€1,100
10th
€1,000
Continental Championships
$25,000 Purse
XTERRA Asia-Pacific Championship
XTERRA European Championship
XTERRA North American Championship
1st
$3,000
2nd
$2,300
3rd
$1,700
4th
$1,400
5th
$1,100
6th
$900
7th
$750
8th
$600
9th
$450
10th
$300
Gold Full-Distance Triathlon
$15,000 Purse
XTERRA Greece
XTERRA Belgium
XTERRA Québec
1st
$2,300
2nd
$1,700
3rd
$1,200
4th
$800
5th
$650
6th
$450
7th
$400
XTERRA Short Track
$5,000 Purse
XTERRA Oak Mountain Short Track
XTERRA Québec Short Track
XTERRA Czech Short Track
XTERRA Trentino Short Track
1st
$900
2nd
$700
3rd
$500
4th
$250
5th
$150
XTERRA WORLD CUP SCHEDULE 
Date
Race
Location
Prize
Points
XTERRA Asia-Pacific Championship
Kenting, Taiwan
US$25,000
100
Points
XTERRA Greece
Vouliagmeni, Greece
US$15,000
100
Points
XTERRA North American Championship
Shelby County, AL, USA
US$25,000
100
Points
XTERRA Oak Mountain Short Track
Shelby County, AL, USA
US$5,000
75
Points
XTERRA Belgium
Namur, Belgium
€15,000
100
Points
XTERRA Quebec Short Track
Quebec, Canada
€5,000
75
Points
XTERRA Quebec
Quebec, Canada
US$15,000
100
Points
XTERRA European Championship
Prachatice, Czech Republic
€25,000
100
Points
XTERRA Czech Short Track
Prachatice, Czech Republic
€5,000
75
Points
XTERRA Trentino Short Track
Trentino, Italy
€5,000
75
Points
XTERRA World Championship
Trentino, Italy
€100,000
100
Points

JOIN THE XTERRA COMMUNITY

For news, event updates, stories and more.

Oops! Something went wrong, please try again later..
Elizabeth Orchard
GBR
Sixteen time World Champion and seven time spelling bee winner, Jack Johnson is the most respected XTERRA athlete of all time.
Position
#3
Points
84
Age
37
Height
178cm
Weight
63kg
Strength
MTB