Xterra Adventures – Inspiring Athletes, Kite Masters 2020 Ep2, Super League Triathlon Malta and ÖTILLÖ Swimrun Cannes 2020 on HorizonSports this week

Xterra Adventures 2020 Episode 3 – Inspiring Athletes
Inclusivity has long been a hallmark of XTERRA and ever since Paul Martin conquered the grueling XTERRA World Championship on one-leg in 1996, athletes with all kinds of physical challenges have been invited to participate, persevere, and excel in the sport. In this episode of XTERRA Adventures we meet four of the sports’ most inspiring athletes; Jamie Whitmore, Willie Stewart, Jiachao Wang, and Judy Abrahams.

Kite Masters 2020 Episode 2
Welcome to another episode of Kite Masters 2020, the series that flies you around the world, together with the very best athletes from one of the most exciting, fast, extreme and stylish sport… Kiteboarding! In this episode we’ll be following one of the most recognizable figures in the kite family, Florian Gruber. We’ll hear from the man behind the successful transformation of kiteboarding; from a bevy of kiteboarders spending their free time casually competing, to an Olympic Sailing Class and discover how the equipment has evolved over that time.

Super League Triathlon – Malta 2019 – Women Semi Final A
All the action from round A of the women’s semi finals from Super League Triathlon Malta. Super League is the champions league of Triathlon gathering all the best athletes. The Malta venue is the second stage of the 2019-2020 season. For these semi finals, athletes will have to swim 300 m, bike 4km and run 1.6 km … Twice !

ÖTILLÖ Swimrun Cannes 2020
The ÖTILLÖ Swimrun Cannes World Series course was 44 km long of which 35,5 km were running and 8,5 km were swimming.  The course started in the medieval fort on the Sainte Marguerite Island and then takes the racers to the monastery island of Saint Honorat before returning to Sainte Marguerite, Then a big swim back to the mainland followed. There the course took the racers along La Croisette, up the big hill to La Croix des Gardes before turning back down through the Suquet and the Croisette again. From there the teams went up the brutal train track to the top of La Californie before finishing down in town again. In total eleven runs and ten swims.

TV Channel

Coming Soon

Download the App and watch on your Smart TV

More News on Horizonsports.com

  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •