On November 1-3, 2019, TRIFECTA finishers from around the world will make the journey to Sparta, Greece for the 2019 Trifecta World Championship. This destination is exclusive to members of the coveted TRIFECTA Tribe. Only those Spartans who have earned it will stand on the starting line and race before the statue of King Leonidas, past the tomb of Menelaus, through the waters of Eurotas, and find glory in the ancient homeland of the Spartans. Whether you're an open racer looking for an epic TRIFECTA challenge or you're an all-round Spartan athlete chasing the championship title, Sparta is a destination that should not be missed.
The Trifecta World Championship is an event for open, age group, and elite racers. All Trifecta Tribe members are welcome, but before you pack your bags, you need to register. This event is only open to 2018 and 2019 TRIFECTA finishers. Spaces are limited and will sell out fast. Once the 2,000 spots fill up, the gates to Sparta will close. Secure your place today. No code required.
Aiming to earn your TRIFECTA in 2019? You can still register for the Trifecta World Championship now, just be sure your final races are completed before October 31, 2019.
Are you ready for a TRIFECTA weekend unlike any other? This is not only a championship event, but also a celebration of the TRIFECTA tribe.
TOP 5 REASONS WHY SPARTA SHOULD NOT BE MISSED
Do you have the speed for the Sprint, the power for the Super, and the endurance for the Beast? Elite and Age Group racers looking to claim the championship title will have their 3 race times combined and the fastest cumulative time will determine who is crowned champion. The bar was set high in 2018. Are you the best all-round Spartan athlete who will be crowned 2019 Trifecta World Champion?
2018 TRIFECTA WORLD CHAMPIONS
Friday, November 1
Saturday, November 2
Sunday, November 3
Overall Elite Winners
With over $40,000 of prize money is on the line, Elite racers will be chasing more than just the championship title.
Overall Age Group Winners
Championship awards will be presented to the top 3 finishers from each age bracket (18-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60+)
Trifecta Weekend Finishers
First racer to cross the line is the champion
Sunday’s Beast race will feature a special staggered start for the Elite heat where a racer’s start time will be determined based on their cumulative Sprint and Super time.
How it works: Elite racer #1 has a combined Sprint and Super finish time of 1:55:00. Elite racer #2 has a combined Sprint and Super finish time of 1:55:30. Elite racer #3 has a combined Sprint and Super time of 1:56:10. Racer 1 will be released first and the clock will start. Racer 2 will be released at 30 seconds and racer 3 will be released at 1 min 10 sec.
What it means: Spectators can watch the action unfold in real time. A racer’s placement on the course is their final championship placement. Will athletes be able to close the gap on their competition? Whoever crosses the finish line first will be crowned champion.