Overstims nutrition sportive

Sports Nutrition: OVERSTIM.s 2021 selection

The 15th edition is approaching fast! With less than two months to go before your summer summit, it's already time to fine-tune the details. Amongst all the fundamental factors of your performance on D-day: nutrition. Our official partner OVERSTIM.s, a historic French brand and leader in sports nutrition, will provide triathletes with part of its range of products, specially selected for the Alpe d'Huez Triathlon. Here are the "nutritional assets" that you will find during your race, at the aid stations.

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Organic Hydrixir Lemon: the great classic!

Hydrixir has become an icon of the OVERSTIM.s range throughout its history. For the 2021 edition, triathletes will be entitled to the brand new version of this isotonic drink, 100% organically produced. As the name suggests, Hydrixir's primary function is hydration thanks to its electrolyte concentration. But triathletes can also consider it as a significant source of energy with its carbohydrate intake to maintain performance levels. Important: with its neutral PH and no conservatives, Hydrixir does not generate any sourness or digestive disorders.

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Fruit N Perf: organic energy

Its 50% organic fruit, its soft and melting texture and its natural flavour will make you feel good, but not only! Fruit N perf fruit paste is an ideal source of energy, easy to ingest and reduces the tiredness thanks to its content of organic Acerola, a naturally occurring vitamin C.

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OVERSTIM.s offers you a 20% discount on your online order (from 39€) by using the promo code "HUEZ21"

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Antioxidant gel: progressive and strategic energy

OVERSTIM.s Antioxidant Gel is a basic product for maintaining efficiency and muscle function during exercise. Its antioxidants, vitamin E and Zinc, combined with magnesium and vitamin B6, will help you reduce fatigue. It is clearly a fundamental ally in the management of your long-term effort. Note that its liquid texture makes it very practical and the absence of colouring agents or conservatives in its composition helps its tolerance during digestion.

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Organic almond and lemon E-bar

Dates, almonds, Guérande salt and lemon flavouring... these are the magical ingredients of this delicious and effective energy bar. Its natural approach and high nutritional quality do not affect the effectiveness of the e-bar; each bar provides 100kcal that will allow you to express yourself 100% at the right moment. Without milk or cereals (certified organic and vegan), the bar proposed by OVERSTIM.s respects your muscular comfort.

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Physiosteo Alpe d'huez Triathlon

PhysiOsteo 2021: high quality service to triathletes, with Weleda

Despite the context and the limited visibility regarding the health restrictions imposed on the organisation of the event, we are committed to maintaining the services that have made the reputation of the Alpe d'Huez Triathlon. The free care provided by our PhysiOsteo team is one of the quality services that have enhanced the experience of participants at the top of the 21 bends for many years. Thanks to the implementation of anti-COVID measures and the unfailing support of Weleda, these professional osteopaths and physiotherapists will be there again, more motivated than ever!

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If you think of chain massages at the finish line, you're wrong. The PhysiOsteo team offers a unique qualitative approach. Throughout the Alpe d'Huez Triathlon, 20 professionals join forces to welcome triathletes in optimal conditions made possible by Weleda, official supplier of the event. The free service offered by this team with its unlimited energy is one of our prides. If you are participating in the 15th edition this summer, here are the four reasons why you should absolutely take advantage of it according to Virginie Clément, PhysiOsteo in chief!

1 – Full availability

«We are available throughout the event. We welcome the triathletes after the race, as soon as they cross the finish line, but also in a dedicated area for the week (note: during the opening hours of the Village Expo) before the competition. The treatments are adapted to the profile of each triathlete, and Weleda provides us with its arnica massage oil, a real plus for us but also an additional guarantee of quality for the athletes.»

2 – Let the PROs take care of you

«Fifteen of us are working in their own practices. Some are even teachers. Five students complete the team. And we are all sports enthusiasts, with triathletes and ultra-trailers in the team! The Physiosteo team is made up of experienced professionals from all over France, with perfect parity this year: 10 men and 10 women. We know the problems associated with triathlon effort and we are capable of providing comprehensive patient care and quality follow-up.»

3 – Before the effort, confidence. After the effort, comfort.

« This is one of the strengths of this service: to take benefit of it before the competition in order to fix small details that will perhaps make all the difference on D-day. We know how to adapt to the triathlete's last minute worries to prepare them for the race and in some cases to set up a follow-up during the week.»

4 – An advantage for recovery

«A post-race review is more than just a relief for the triathlete. It contributes to a correct recovery in the following days and weeks. It is a must! Arnica oil from Weleda is ideal for its soothing benefits and allows us to work efficiently.»

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Alpe d'Huez Triathlon L

The 5 best spots of the Alpe d'Huez Triathlon L course

21 virages Triathlon L Alpe d'Huez

Our video series " LEGEND PLAYGROUND" dedicated to the most emblematic sections of the Alpe d'Huez Triathlon L course ends at an altitude of 1,800 metres, with a few dizzying shots of the Col de Sarenne, the grandiose backdrop to the running course. Just for your eyes, here are some images of each of these spots that make the magic of the Alpe d'Huez Triathlon.

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Verney's Lake

First step: the Lac du Verney. Located in the heart of the Oisans Valley, the Lac du Verney is an artificial water reservoir used by the EDF hydroelectric power station Grand'Maison (the most powerful in France). Each year, EDF interrupts production to allow triathletes to enjoy a privileged experience, in the middle of a majestic mountainous cirque, in crystal clear water. The Alpe d'Huez L Triathlon could not start in a more beautiful place.

Alpe du Grand-Serre pass

The first difficulty on the the Triathlon L course comes after 25 kilometres of descending road in the valley towards Grenoble. The race forks suddenly in Séchilienne towards the first summit to be climbed: the Col de la Morte, or Alpe du Grand-Serre. Well paved, regular, shaded, this first climb is a trap for the most optimistic triathletes. Don't give in to temptation: this pass is relatively long (15km) and accumulates 1000 metres of vertical drop. Instead, enjoy the scenery, the tranquillity of its smooth laces traced through a majestic forest. In other words, it's more a question of managing your pace than attacking (this is just a piece of advice). Once at the top, at the end of the woods, the road leads to a splendid green and flat area, where a very complete aid station awaits you.

Ornon's pass

Your cycling journey, once past Le Périer (Km80), leads you to a terrain feared by the triathletes of the Alpe d'Huez Triathlon L: the sequence of the ascent and descent of the Col d'Ornon. Day and night. On the one hand, a long and progressive ascent exposed to the sun and whose slope increases progressively. On the other, an ultra fast and vertiginous descent leading to the Oisans valley. It is therefore necessary to be conservative on the ascent and careful on the descent, before facing the 21 bends.

Alpe d'Huez 21 bends

Welcome to the temple of cycling and triathlon. Embark on a 21-stage journey, 21 mythical bends. Here is the ascent of Alpe d'Huez, its twists and turns, its landscapes and its very special atmosphere. This 13k climb is the "challenge within the challenge" on the Alpe d'Huez Triathlon L course, and specially when the triathletes have already covered more than 100km (with more than 2000m of ascent +). Sports history is made on the slopes of this cycling monument, for the world's triathlon elite and for amateurs alike. Quite simply, THE moment of truth.

Sarenne Pass

Last look to the most emblematic sites of the Alpe d'Huez Triathlon L course. We're happy to show you the Col de Sarenne, the main difficulty of the running circuit, used in the Triathlon, the Triathlon M and the Duathlon. At an altitude of 1800 metres, the participants only tackle the last few hectometres of this alternative pass with its 21 bends. But the difficulty is increased tenfold by the effort made on the bike, the heat and the often insufficient acclimatation. For all these reasons, and for the exceptional panoramas offered by this magical place, the Col de Sarenne is definitely part of the Triathlon legend.





Gutaï Partenaire oficiel Triathlon de l'Alpe d'Huez

GUTAÏ: new Official Partner of the Alpe d'Huez Triathlon

Plans d'entrainement GUTAÏ pour Alpe d'Huez Triathlon

Welcome GUTAÏ ! The online training platform has become the Official Coaching Partner of Alpe d’Huez Triathlon. The standout event of the summer and the most innovant app in the market have teamed up for the next three years. Participants of the Duathlon, the Triathlon L and M, you now have a new essential tool to optimise your preparation and to motivate you during the next few months. GUTAÏ is offering training plans for each race, tailored to your race objective, your wants and your needs!


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Coaching, an increasing demand

With the progressive rise in participation in recent years (4000 traithletes expected for the 15th edition) the services offered to triathletes become more and more complex and varied for the organisers. According to the race director Cyrille Neveu, “in order to improve, we have to evaluate year on year our services and our offer to triathletes, to keep going from strength to strength. We’ve been considering for a while how to respond the increasing need for training programmes within the triathlete community. But it order to take the plunge, we needed to find both technical capabilities and a personalised touch. In this sense, GUTAÏ is the perfect solution at the right time.” Developed specifically for the Alpe d’Huez races and based on the profiles and conditions of the routes, the training plans proposed by GUTAÏ are targeted for all our race participant (the app is available in multiple languages), what ever their training level and amount of support desired. “We’ve found the one: the one which can manage a large number of athletes with diverse needs, on a top of the range app which has already earnt its stripes, but without losing that personal touch that characterises our race” adds Cyrille.

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GUTAÏ is the perfect solution at the right time.

GUTAÏ, algorithms and people

Developed in 2016, GUTAÏ is a French app which is characterised by its ‘intelligence’, able to constantly analyse a triathlete’s training data to readjust the training plan accordingly. Loic Lepoutre, the Director General at GUTAÏ, explains : ‘As well as our algorithm which is our strength, currently used by 10 000 sportsmen and women mostly cyclists, runners and triathletes, we have a team of coaches that are well-known, qualified and complement each-others skills sets and approaches to achieve our mission. The app might be the platform, but it’s the meaningful relationship between our team and our athletes which make it work.” From the 26th to the 31st July, the GUTAÏ team will be there at the heart of the triathlon’s Village Expo to give their expertise to triathletes and demonstrate all the possibilities offered by the app. What is more, three GUTAÏ coaching sessions will be organise during the week in order to tackle specific training points and have that crucial in person element.


Until April 17th, GUTAÏ offers you 40% discount on its 'Programs' and 'Analysis' packages, and 15% on its 'Coaching' offer. Take your chance!








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Charleroi Triathlon Club: winner of the INVERSE Team Contest 2021

Avenir Triathlon Club Charleroi à l'Alpe d'Huez Triathlon

With all the races on the programme of the 15th edition sold out, we already know the name of the team winner of the INVERSE Team Contest! For the first time in 4 years of competition, it is a foreign club that wins by gathering a maximum of participants in our races. Congratulations to our Belgian friends of the Charleroi Triathlon Club, a historical club of the Wallonian sports panorama, and a group of enthusiasts who deserve a small introduction! Laurent Liétard, a member of the club for 12 years and a specialist in the Alpe d'Huez Triathlon (2 participations) tells us more about the group, 43 of whom will be taking on the legend from 26 to 31 July.

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What is the history of the Charleroi Triathlon Club ?

Created in April 1996 by two friends, Olivier M. and François D., the Avenir Triathlon Club Charleroi, ATCC, has never stopped growing, and today has about a hundred members with an average age of 38 years (year 2020). During all these years, we achieved many results: team and individual titles in the different challenges of the National League, numerous podiums in age categories and among the youth and many participations in international competitions. To date, the ATCC is the club in French-speaking Belgium with the largest number of finishers on the Ironman circuit, with qualifications for the World Championships on the full (Hawai) or half-distance circuit (US, South Africa, Nice, Australia). In its 25 years of existence, the ATCC has also organised 16 triathlons, including a Belgian championship and its famous Relais Mouillés (4-hour swimming endurance), which will be held for the 7th time in 2021.

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Besides these results, what are the values that characterise the club?

One of our greatest prides is without doubt the creation of the youth academy, which has enabled the emergence of some fine talent. A real school of life, this academy instils in our youngsters the values of our sport, which are very useful in these times of pandemic: resilience, courage, discipline but always in the joy and good mood that distinguish us.

From the beginning, the club has also promoted triathlon to a growing, sporty and competitive female public. In 2021, eight women will participate in the legendary Alpe d'Huez Triathlon.

How was the Alpe d'Huez Triathlon project born within the club?

The Alpe d'Huez project is in fact the "club objective". Each year, we choose a destination and a competition accessible to the greatest number of people in order to share a moment of effort and conviviality.  Our criteria: the quality of the organisation, the possibilities of accommodation for large groups, the activities outside the triathlon to allow families to accompany us and the proximity. It is worth noting that some people even take the opportunity to extend their holiday by a week. Our favourite destinations are Alpe d'Huez, Nice, Gérardmer, Vichy, Barcelona, Wales and Embrun.

A real school of life, our Triathlon academy instils in our youngsters the values of our sport, which are very useful in these times of pandemic: resilience, courage, discipline but always in the joy and good mood that distinguish us.

Why did you choose Alpe d'Huez?

What could be more mythical than the Alpe d'Huez climb? Whether it's for holidays like in 2020, to take part in the Marmotte (3x) or the XL Triathlon (2x), it's always an unforgettable moment with family, friends or alone in front of the mountain.  Finally, the organisation of the triathlon is well known and well established. This reassures athletes of all levels and especially beginners about the progress of the event.

ATCC en vacances à l'Alpe d'Huez

You were already supposed to be present in 2020. How did you manage the cancellation of the 2020 edition?

Despite the cancellation of the event in 2020, we still went there to climb all the mythical passes (Galibier, Lautaret, Télégraphe, Croix de fer, Sarenne, Villard Notre Dame) and spend a week of sporting holidays. In 2021, we will remain focused on the duathlon from Tuesday onwards as we are registered for all the events.

How are you going to prepare for the race and its climbs from Belgium?

As far as preparation is concerned, the clichés of Jacques Brel's "Flat Country" are out the window.  Our Charleroi's region has developed around the Sambre Valley and extends as far as the Meuse Valley and the Eau d'Heure dams.  No road is flat, and there are many hills that are like the Alpe d'Huez bends.  The road to the dams even offers us the so-called "Petit Poggio" climb used by the Pro riders during the Tour of Belgium.

For running, we are not outdone! Also, I invite you to discover the slag heaps and its GR412, a "mountainous" heritage of which the City of Charleroi and the Carolos are very proud.

More generally, the club has certified coaches for all three sports, with supervised training on Mondays and Wednesdays for swimming, Fridays for running and Sundays for cycling.  Since the lockdown, we also meet up on Zwift every Thursday.

If we were to define the Avenir Triathlon Club Charleroi in one word?

« Family »!

INVERSE Team Contest 2021

The 43 ATCC participants will each receive a personalized Inverse sweatshirt at a ceremony on Wednesday 28th. In addition, thanks to the Barcelona-based brand, partner of the event and specialised in the customization of sportswear, a giant jersey in the colours of the ATCC will be hung in one of the 21 bends of the legendary climb.





Duathlon de l'Alpe d'Huez 2021 - ascension

Alpe d'Huez Duathlon 2021 last bibs

The Alpe d'Huez Duathlon 2021 is entering its final straight: on Monday 25 January, only 50 race numbers are still available before reaching the limit of 600 competitors. The 2021 edition will therefore take place on Tuesday 27th July with a participation record at stake! A tradition for this event, which has become more and more popular since its creation in 2009. As a preamble, here are three reasons to take an interest in the hottest event of the summer.

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New running circuit at the summit

It should have been implemented in 2020. Due to the cancellation of the 15th edition, the new course of the Duathlon's second run, which was laid out in Alpe d'Huez, will only be inaugurated this year. But why did it go from 2.5km to 5.5km? First of all, extending the loop will allow the runners to express themselves and make the difference in the last discipline. Secondly, it offers a nice circuit using a good part of the one used by the Triathlon, with a passage through the grandiose scenery of the Col de Sarenne... it would be a pity to miss it! Thirdly, it makes the race harder because of its duration, while eliminating the agonic sprint (of questionable interest) which has been a feature of the event up to now.

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The Duathlon-Triathlon double? A bet for enthusiasts!

Indeed, the Alpe d'Huez Duathlon 2021 allows you to take full advantage of a stay in the summit of the 21 bends. For the 15th edition, many triathletes have opted for a legendary double or even triple ration! To be precise, 31 participants opted for the Duathlon + Triathlon L combo, 117 for a duo Duathlon + Triathlon M and finally... 12 ambitious ones chose to attempt the triple! The Duathlon also remains a magnificent opportunity for those looking for a first experience in the 21 bends. If you have any doubts, ask Mr Victor del Corral, winner of the Duathlon before winning the Triathlon L twice in a row!

22% increase and 38% of foreigners for a Duathlon sprint

With the counter blocked at 600 participants for 2021, the Duathlon will increase the number of athletes at the start by 22% compared to the 2019 edition. For a sprint distance duathlon (more or less), such a participative success shows the original appeal of the race, a real rollercoaster of sensations and difficulties (including a first pedestrian part that is as charming as it is fast in the foothills and streets of Bourg d'Oisans). Note the massive arrival of the foreign delegations led by the Belgians, the Spanish and the English (25 nations represented in total). In summary, the Duathlon de l'Alpe d'Huez Duathlon is once again establishing itself as the best possible launch event for the festival. Don't hesitate any longer.






Alpe d'Huez Triathlon Full Experience

Full Experience: Alpe d'Huez premium version

Service Full Experience Triathlon de l'Alpe d'Huez

The organisers of the Alpe d’Huez Triathlon are proud to offer a brand new service to participants. After reviewing the feedback from our satisfaction surveys from the last few years, and with the growth of the event, it felt like the right time to bring in this new addition; offering to help organise an athlete’s entire stay in Alpe d’Huez. The ‘Full Experience’ allows our triathletes to organise their trip stress-free, making the most of our expert team’s experience and trusted networks.

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Full Experience. What is it about?

First and foremost, it’s help finding and booking the best, and most appropriate, accommodation, which is often hard to find in amongst the sheer volume of places to stay in the area. We know that our triathletes have specific needs, and whether they come by themselves, with their family, or with a group of friends, it’s our job to find a place that fits the bill. According to our satisfaction survey in 2019, race participants stay on average for 4 days at Alpe d’Huez, which tells us that the experience of this race does not just boil down to the race itself but is part of something much bigger; the magic of the 21 bends. Even more reason to find the right place to stay!

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A personalized service

For the first year of this new service, we have hand selected options from which participants can pick, including the most popular places to stay amongst athletes in previous years. As well as accommodation, participants can also book their transfers with us, either from Grenoble train station, or Lyon or Geneva airport. We can also book a well-earned restaurant table the evening of the race, or hire a bike that can be fitted by one of Alpe d’Huez’s professionals. Full Experience triathletes even have a special offer on the official 2021 race kit (cycling jersey and shorts).

Who is it for?

Anyone can have the full experience, and it’s aimed at those who want to get the most out of the event, and of Alpe d’Huez, without worrying about the logistics and faff of organising a holiday. If you want to tackle to race on the best form possible, or it’s your first time coming to the event, this package is made for you!

How do I get the Full Experience?

Because it’s a personalized service, tell us what you need and we’ll create you a proposal according to your criteria! Tell us what you want out of the event by filling out the Full Experience form, with no obligations or commitments, and let our team pick the best options to fit your specifications. We will also send you a break down of the costs of the proposal, so you can look it over in your own time. However, this is just a proposal – we can work together to develop the plan alongside a member of our dedicated Full Experience team.

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Alpe d'Huez Triathlon Trisuit : a taste of legend... and Christmas!

Christmas is coming, and we have some great gift ideas for you. First, for all orders placed before January 1st 2021 on our online shop, we offer you an official water bottle. But above all, we have created a new product, a new interpretation of the magic of Alpe d'Huez: we are proud to present the official Alpe d'Huez Triathlon Trisuit, created in collaboration with our partner Inverse. IMPORTANT: limited edition.

Why a Alpe d'Huez Triathlon Trisuit?

After the launch of the e-boutique in September, many triathletes asked us if a trisuit would be available afterwards. After thoughtful consideration, the organisation decided to work on a very high-end and technical model to launch a first limited edition. This trisuit had to be unique and special, reserved for lovers and real followers of the Alpe d'Huez. The result stands out from the general line of the boutique, with an aggressive design on a sober and elegant base. On the sleeves, the inscriptions #dream.believe.train.fly and #itsallaboutattitude are a tribute to the spirit of the Alpe d'Huez triathletes.

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An innovative trisuit for the Legend

From a technical point of view, the Aeris model produced by Inverse represents the most advanced running gear offered by the Barcelona brand. Its originality comes from its structure, with an upper part that opens completely, like a cycling jersey. This innovation makes it possible to add two extra pockets on the front part, and offers a real advantage in terms of comfort... during long summer climbs, for example. Silicone strips on the sleeves and leg edges ensure a perfect fit, as does the flat stitching system chosen for the construction of the Trisuit. Different types of Lycra are used depending on the desired effect. This limited version of the Alpe d'Huez Triathlon Trisuit has been produced in small quantities. It is an ephemeral creation, an inimitable and unique product. Quite an experience.

For any purchase (of any product) made before January 1st: 1 2021 bottle offered!


EDF looks towards the future

The Triathlon’s long-standing partner EDF has renewed its commitment to supporting the event, where the fitting theme for the 2021 edition is development. Recently, on the 9th of October, EDF started operations for their new hydroelectric power plant in le Gavet, near Alpe d’Huez, and launched their ambitious project “Renaturation de la Moyenne Romanche”, to restore nature to the Romanche valley. As well as maintaining the fabulous Lac du Verney which provides an epic backdrop to the swim section of our race, by taking care of the beautiful environment and landscapes around the Oisans massif, EDF goes above and beyond for our triathletes…and the Alpe d’Huez Triathlon.

With the hydroelectric power plant at le Gavet up and running, nearly 230, 000 residents are benefitting from clean and renewable energy, totalling the population of both Grenoble and Chambery! This marks a 40% increase in production compared to the six former power plants which used to be in the valley. How will these technical advances affect our triathletes? The environmental element of this incredible project means that cyclists and triathletes will have a better sporting experience, enjoying a valley where the landscapes and the environment are preserved. This is because the new power plant is almost entirely underground, taking 10 years to build. Above all, the plans put in place means the old power plants and dams in the Romanche valley can start to be dismantled, and nature can be restored to its former glory.

Between 2021 and 2024, a total of 9.6 hectares of land and 1.9 hectares of the river will be allowed to rewild. What is more, EDF will continue to welcome the Alpe d’Huez Triathlon onto the shores of Lac du Verney, and are collaborating on many new features of this year such as the new ‘Bike Check-In’ option from Wednesday afternoon for the Triathlon L participants. Race director Cyrille Neveu commented that “in the context of the health crisis and the heart-breaking cancellation of the 2020 Triathlon, EDF’s support and solidarity is game-changing for our organisation. EDF is demonstrating its commitment to supporting the local economy and the people who live in the Oisans, and also the values of our sport. This motivates us even more in preparing for the 2021 edition of the race, to be innovative and continue to showcase the best of our region.”

LAST-CHANCE-entry Alpe d'Huez Triathlon 2021

New bibs available, and last straight for the INVERSE Team Contest 2021!

Extra registration for alpe d'huez triathlon

A promise made is a promise kept. New bibs numbers will be on sale on Sunday 1st of November at 8pm for the Alpe d’Huez Triathlons L and M 2021. With more than 50% transfer rate from 2020 to 2021 bibs, the 2021 edition will be ‘soldout’ faster than ever. A waiting list will be set up once the threshold is reached. This is therefore the last chance for those who wish to challenge the legend next season, as well as for clubs ready to take up the challenge of our partner INVERSE.

In this context, only teams are given a small preferential treatment. The organisation of the Alpe d’Huez Triathlon has always tried to help the teams and to facilitate their participation, but for the last 4 years it has also relied on the support of its partner INVERSE to accompany the staff in this mission. In 2021, the INVERSE Team Contest is back! As every year since 2017, the club with the most athletes registered (all distances combined) wins this competition organised by the brand specialised in the sportswear customisation. Who will succeed Issy Triathlon, winner in 2019? To be won: a distinctive INVERSE sweatshirt for each registered member of the club (award ceremony) as well as a giant jersey hanging from one of the mythical bend. Although registration is closed until November 1st, if your club wants to be part of the adventure, contact us now by email at hello@alpetriathlon.com to coordinate the registration of your group.

IMPORTANT: for the athletes registered for 2020 edition finally cancelled, the deadline for requesting a transfer or refund is October 31st (by email to refund@alperiathlon.com or transfer@alpetriathlon.com). After this date, the organisation will no longer be able to reserve any slots for these participants.

INVERSE concours Alpe d'Huez Triathlon