Pro & Amateur Courses Revealed for Ibiza T100 Triathlon

July 10, 2024

Ibiza, Spain/ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – The Professional Triathletes Organisation (PTO) has revealed new professional and amateur courses for its Ibiza T100 Triathlon on 28-29 September.

Continuing to test its T100 stars in environments that offer different terrains and conditions, the professional course will start with a 2km sea swim in Mediterranean waters off Figueretas Beach, with 2 laps around off-shore buoys before heading back to the beach and T1.

The 80km pro bike course will be made up of 3 laps: two of 31km – including a 3.1km link from T1 – that takes the athletes across to Santa Eulalia City and back, before a final lap of 14.9km. There will be a testing mix of climbs, technical sections and head-down TT sections, before a fast and flat run with 7 laps of a 2.57km course around the historic Ibiza Old Town. Weaving into the World Heritage area of the city before finishing on the Port front. To see the pro course, visit the T100 website here.

Age Groupers taking on the 100km challenge will face a similar challenge, starting with a 2km swim around the island “Illa de Ses Rates”. The bike course takes a slightly different route across the island compared to the professionals, consisting of 3 laps of 25km with a 2.3km link from T1 and back to T2, before concluding the race on a similar run course. See it here.

As well as the professional and amateur 100km triathlon, the PTO has also introduced a range of open water sea swims – in keeping with its desire to encourage and cater for participants of all abilities and make the most of the idyllic surroundings. More details of further amateaur races will be released soon.

“We are excited to announce these courses,” said Sam Renouf, CEO of the PTO, who have continued to work closely with both the Spanish Triathlon Federation (FETRI) and Ibiza to build on last year’s successful event.

“We had stella start lists in Ibiza last year with three Olympic champions – Jan Frodeno (2008), Alistair Brownlee (2012 & 2016) and Kristian Blummenfelt (2020) – taking part in the men’s race, and then all of the world’s top 10 PTO-ranked female athletes. But we expect the athlete start lists this year to be even stronger, due to the contracted T100 athletes who will need to join the start line in this fifth race of the new T100 series. For example, the appearance of Spanish superstar Javier Gómez Noya will be very much anticipated by a fervent home crowd.”

Responding on behalf of FETRI, its president José Hidalgo said: “In the Spanish Triathlon Federation we are very pleased to continue our partnership with the PTO and hold their new T100 races in Ibiza and also include our Middle Distance Spanish Cup at the 100km distance.”

The amateur 100km race over the weekend will include two fields. An Open event that anyone can race in, and then the Middle Distance Spanish Cup for Elite and Age Group categories, which includes a prize fund of more than €15,000 for the top individual finishers as well as for the best represented clubs.

There are limited places left for all the amateur events due to high demand, so you’re encouraged to register as soon as possible.


For Further Information:

Anthony Scammell E: Anthony.Scammell@protriathletes.org

Daniel Márquez E: daniel.marquez@triatlon.org

About Professional Triathletes Organisation (PTO)

The PTO is a sports body that is co-owned by its professional athletes, seeking to elevate and grow the sport of triathlon and take it to the next level. The T100 Triathlon World Tour is the new name for the PTO Tour and has been designated by World Triathlon as the ‘official World Championship for long distance triathlon’. It is a season-long schedule of eight T100 races during 2024 that will be competed over 100km (2km swim, 80km bike and 18km run) and will feature the world’s best triathletes going head-to-head in Miami (9 March), Singapore (13-14 April), San Francisco (8-9 June), London (27-28 July), Ibiza (28-29 September), Lake Las Vegas (19-20 October), Dubai (16-17 November) and at the Grand Final (29-30 November). There will also be racing opportunities for amateurs at all the events, including the new 100km distance at six stages, including: Singapore, London, Ibiza, Lake Las Vegas, Dubai and at the Grand Final. The global broadcast shows the races live around the world in 195+ territories, courtesy of the PTO’s partnership with Warner Bros. Discovery as well as a range of other international, regional and local broadcasters.


The Spanish Triathlon Federation is responsible for promoting the sport of triathlon and paratriathlon in the country. Throughout more than 30 years, it has achieved multiple successes for Spanish sport, including nine World Championships, a silver medal at the 2012 London Olympic Games and more than 30 victories in the World Series, amongst others. https://www.triatlon.org