Il 15 aprile, Portocolom/Mallorca, in Spagna, ha accolto più di 700 atleti che hanno partecipato a questa seconda edizione del TriStar Mallorca.

Vittoria in campo maschile per il fortissimo duatleta Joerie Vansteelant, già iridato di duathlon lungo al Powerman Zofingen; per Vansteelant si tratta della prima gara di triathlon, ha iniziato quest’anno a nuotare…

Il britannico Ben Howard si è piazzato secondo, mentre il tedesco Johannes Howard terzo.

Olivier Marceau, vincitore della prova inaugurale, ha terminato la sua prova al 7° posto assoluto.

Tra le donne, l’irlandese Eimear Mullan ha fatto il vuoto e precedendo le due britanniche Tamsin Lewis e Anna Turvey.

RACCONTO JOERIE VANSTEELANT – “I’m pretty happy, I really didn’t know how I could do it today before the start, because I’m starting this season my swimming workouts. But I felt comfortable on the bike leg, I even crashed, but I could recovery and push hard on the run. I know that I had to cycle faster than the others to be the first Spanish. I know well Sant Salvador and these roads, I trained here many times as a former cyclist, and I had the feeling that I can finish in the top-5, but the run segment was tough for me. I’m happy, it’s one of the best races I have ever been participating.



TheTriStar label is presented by Star Events, a Monaco based company specializing in organizing high quality sports events that are focused on fun, social responsibility and environmental protection. The TriStar Series has grown to 27 races in these 14 destinations in less than three years: Nevis (St.Kitts and Nevis), Mallorca and Madrid (Spain), Lyon, Deauville and Cannes (France), Split (Croatia), Worms-Germany (Germany), Salzkammergut and Kufstein (Austria), Milton Keynes (United Kingdom), Estonia-Otepää (Estonia), Minnesota (USA), Monaco (Monaco). TriStar has introduced new distances to the sport of triathlon (A/N: 111km and 222km), officially recognized by ITU, as well as a brand new Team Racing ConceptT5. More Info: and