Daan de Groot and Laura Zimmermann, have won the Powerman Classic race (10 km/ 60 km/ 10 km) in male and female categories, with a time of 2:30:20 and 2:50:05 respectively, during the second edition of the Powerman Germany Alsdorf and organized by Marathon-Club Eschweiler 1983 e.V.
More than 750 athletes and multi-sport enthusiasts from all over the world took part in this second edition of one of Europe’s most important duathlons, to compete for the title. The race had perfect weather conditions.
The Belgium Jan Petralia, member of the Domo elctro Scott Team and the German Champion Sascha Huppert achieved to finish second and third respectively in the Classic race, male category, while Katharina Grohmann from Germany and Alice Hector from Great Britian, in second and third place respectively in the Classic race, female category.
In the Sprint Race category the winners have been Michael Kalb from Germany, in male category, and Anne Schafhausen from Bonn, member of the SSF Bonn Triathlon, in female category.
The competition, held today in Alsdorf, Germany, has been organized by Marathon-Club Eschweiler 1983 e.V. for the fifth year in a row, three times as DACHSER Duathlon and second year as Powerman Alsdorf
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German champions in the Duathlon Classic Distance Elite category have been Sascha Hubbert and Laura Zimmermann.
Powerman Classic Category (10 km Run – 60 km Bike – 10 km Run)
Men – Classic race Women – Classic race
|Pos||Position||Country|| Official |
|1||Daan de Groot||Netherlands||2:30:21||1||Laura Zimmermann||Germany||2:50:05|
|2||Jan Petralia||Belgium||2:31:38||2||Katharina Grohmann||Germany||2:52:05|
|3||Sascha Hubbert||Germany||2:32:53||3||Alice Hector||Great Britain||2:53:56|
|4||Fabian Zehnder||Switzerland||2:33:48||4||Marina van Dijk||Netherlands||2:56:48|
|5||Jens-Michael Gossauer||Switzerland||2:34:10||5||Kisten de Baey||Germany||2:58:44|
|6||Luce Heerdt||Germany||2:34:29||6||Annika Vössing||Germany||2:59:15|
|7||Dominik Sowieja||Uiterkamp||2:34:50||7||Marie Brandt-Schultz||Denmark||2:59:17|
|8||Maurice Herwig||Germany||2:36:36||8||Steffi Jansen||Germany||3:00:09|
|9||Jelle Lugten||Netherlans||2:37:34||9||Ann Schoot Uiterkamp||Netherlands||3:06:22|
Powerman Sprint Category (5 km Run – 20 km Bike – 5 km Run)
Men – Sprint race Women – Sprint race
|Pos||Name||Country||Official Time||Pos||Name||Country||Official time|
|1||Michael Kalb||Germany||1:05:22||1||Anne Schafhausen||Germany||1:14:53|
|2||Talles Medeiros||Brazil||1:06:48||2||Virginie Soenen||Belgium||1:15:21|
|3||Matthias Kollbach||Germany||1:07:50||3||Carina Fiereck||Germany||1:17:12|
|4||Maximilian Hackler||Germany||1:07:51||4||Claudia Valdix||Germany||1:18:05|
|5||Rudi Lambrechts||Germany||1:10:11||5||Ulrike Klemm||Germany||1:20:49|
Powerman Alsdorf joined the International Powerman circuit in 2019, which currently includes races in Malaysia, United States, Denmark, Spain, Austria, Brazil and a world championship in Zofingen-Switzerland. The brand Powerman is the most renowned and strict duathlon brand worldwide, and is managed by International Powerman Association (IPA).
The Powerman Alsdorf in Germany is official Candidate for 2020 ETU Powerman European Championships Duathlon!