The XTERRA Trail Run World Series aims to unify the entire global XTERRA trail run community in a single series that is inclusive and accessible for any and all trail run enthusiasts around the world.
Different to the many elite and performance-focused series that exist, the XTERRA Trail Run World Series combines three of XTERRA’s dearest values: Challenge, Adventure, and Community, to create a series that is open to all, provides the opportunity to explore the most beautiful trails the world has to offer, and to do so in the company of one of the friendliest communities in the racing industry.
The XTERRA Trail Run World Series connects the entire trail running community through a global rankings system, regional championships, and for those who qualify – the XTERRA Trail Run World Championship. Following a similar system to the esteemed XTERRA Triathlon Series, each race in Trail Run World Series will provide a limited number of slots that will allow the top runners in each age group to qualify for the annual, invite-only XTERRA Trail Run World Championship. During the season, there will also be three regional championship races to determine the XTERRA Champion of the Americas, EMEA, and Asia-Pacific regions.
Schedule of Events: www.xterraplanet.com/trail-run-world-series#schedule
The XTERRA Trail Run World Series consists of Marathon (35km – 60km) and Half Marathon (15km – 34km) races.
Perhaps most significant for those not pushing for a championship crown, the series is also underpinned by the XTERRA Trail Run World Series Ranking – a custom points system that takes into account position, participation, distance, and segments to allow runners to compete individually, regionally, and internationally.
The XTERRA Trail Run World Championship is an annual, invite-only event in which participants must qualify by winning age group slots at qualifying events.
XTERRA Trail Run World Championship: www.xterraplanet.com/event/xterra-trail-run-world-championship
Qualification Rules: www.xterraplanet.com/race-rules/trail-run-world-championship-qualification
The prize money will be distributed to the 2023 top 3 men/women finishers at the 21K & 45K distances as follows:
Total Prize Money: 5200€
45K XTERRA Dolomiti Di Brenta Trail: Total 4000€
1st man/woman: 1000€
2nd man/woman: 600€
3rd man/woman: 400€
21K XTERRA Dolomiti Di Brenta Trail: Total 1200€
1st man/woman: 300€
2nd man/woman: 200€
3rd man/woman: 100€
All athletes must upload a medical certificate for competitive sports and consent form on their Wedosport athlete profile.
For foreign athletes there is a specific form to be filled in by the doctor in their country: https://www.dolomitidibrentatrail.it/medical_certificate_DBT.pdf
Athletes who have not delivered the required documentation will not receive the bib and will not be able to start.
When collecting the bibs, each athlete must also show a valid identity document.
The bags can be deposited in a unattended room at the Palacongressi in Molveno (please do not leave valuable objects in the bags). Some lockers with key for small bags or backpacks are available at the swimming pool adjacent to the conference center. They can be used until exhaustion. The access to these areas is allowed only to athletes.
The registration fee includes the supply of the GPS tracker for both 45K and 64K athletes. The tracker is foreseen by regulation as mandatory equipment for each athlete, for this reason each member is required to withdraw the device and use it during the course of the whole race, under penalty of disqualification.
Upon arrival, all athletes are required to return the device to the staff in charge. In case of loss and / or non-return, the athlete will be charged a compensation of € 150 corresponding to the value of the tracker.
on the site there are detailed descriptions of the two race routes and it is possible to access the “Trace de trail” page where you can download the track used by ITRA for the evaluation of our race routes.
A voucher will be distributed together with the bib to be displayed on the dashboard of the car. Parking will be allowed on Friday evening and on Saturday all day (not Sunday). The parking reserved for athletes is located exactly in front of the building where the bibs are distributed and will be indicated by specific signs.
Yes, only if there are places available, by writing directly to Wedosport at the email address firstname.lastname@example.org
In case of early closure due to depletion of race numbers, Wedo will manage a waiting list from which to draw any reserves (payment of the registration fee for those on the waiting list can only be made by credit card). The complete procedures for managing the waiting list will be indicated by Wedo at the time of activation.