Challenge Tri Camp partners with Mallorca 140.6

Training camp provider, Challenge Tri Camp, have expanded their extensive experience of the island by partnering with the Mallorca 140.6 Triathlon

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Leading triathlon training camp provider, Challenge Tri Camp, have announced their newly formed partnership with Kumulus, the owners of the much anticipated Mallorca 140.6 and Half Distance event scheduled for Saturday 25th September 2021. 

This new event, based in the triathletes paradise of Playa De Muro, is one of a number of events from Kumulus, who are based on the island of Mallorca and have already successfully delivered the Zafiro Palma Marathon, Portocolom Triathlon, Long Course Weekend, Powerman Mallorca Duathlon, Spartan Race Mallorca, Super League Triathlon and the last IRONMAN Mallorca back in 2016.

Challenge Tri Camp’s CEO Brent Perkins comments, “Our partnership with Kumulus and the Mallorca 140.6 & Half Distance confirms our commitment to the Island and brings a new and exciting challenge for us and our Challenge Tri Camp athletes. We love to race and coupled with our training camp programme based in the same location we know that our athletes will enjoy the prospect of competing at this event.

“The past year has been a difficult one for race organisers and we have had to postpone many of our camps, but we can now see the light at the end of the tunnel and what better way to celebrate than with a great race and training camp to look forward to!”

David Thompson of Kumulus commented, “Challenge Tri Camp are renowned for their work in many aspects of triathlon, from camps to coaching, and their unrivalled knowledge of Mallorca and the training and racing here, made it an easy decision for us to form a partnership with them. We know that Challenge Tri Camp’s worldwide audience of triathletes will be very interested in this new event on the horizon.”

The event will offer athletes the option to race the full 140.6 distance as well as the Half Distance and relay options for both full and half distances.

Mallorca 140.6

Mallorca 140.6 Race Tour package

Challenge Tri Camp are providing a 7 or 4 night Race Tour (Including Race Entry) for the event. The Race Tour is based from their 4* sports hotel in Playa De Muro, Mallorca, with half board meal plan. The hotel offers an onsite 25-metre heated outdoor pool, fully equipped gym, secure bike garage and spa with hot and cold therapies plus much more. The hotel is right on the race start/finish line, making not only the race morning easy for athletes and supporters but also for bike check in, registration and race briefings. With Challenge Tri Camp priority VIP access and direct Bib Number VIP delivery, they make sure the lead up to the race is relaxed and stress free for all their guest athletes!

As part of the Official Race Tour athletes will have the opportunity to:

Swim: Practice swim starts and exits on the course and get tips and drills to maximise swim potential as well as reducing times in transition.

Bike: Ride sections of the bike course, and review with the coaches the pinch points and build the optimal strategy to complete the bike course in the best possible time and still have the legs for the run.

Run: Recce the run course with our coaches, learn the route, plan for nutritional requirements, even practice the finish pose!!!

Strength and Core: Our coaches will take athletes through a series of sessions designed to enhance the race day experience and get the athlete in peak condition both mentally and physically for the challenge ahead.

For more information please visit the Challenge Tri Camp website:

Telephone Number 0333 577 3221
Contact: Nick Dunn

John Levison
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John Levison
TRI247's Chief Correspondent, John has been involved in triathlon for well over 30 years, 15 of those writing on these pages, whilst he can also be found commentating for events across the UK.
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