Plans for 2016 are already being made after the record breaking Enea Challenge Poznan 2015 in Poland which saw over 3,500 athletes and almost 20,000 spectators.
Included in the ETU European Long Distance Championship half-distance, relays, junior and short course races, along with an expected 6,000 participants over the three-day celebration of sport on 22-24 July 2016.
Both bike and running courses will be modified for Poznan 2016. This year, the swim will take place in Malta Lake, while the bike course will finish in the heart of Poznan’s old town.
The runners will start their race performing loops touching on Lake Malta with a spectacular finish at the Liberty Square.
Registration is open at http://challenge-poznan.pl/etu-2016/rejestracja/