The Challenge family will be returning to North America next year as they have just announced the new Challenge Cap Québec. The competition is organized by a local team previously associated with Ironman Mont-Tremblant, and top athletes Lionel Sanders and Paula Findlay now know one thing for sure: “You don’t want to miss this competition.”
Challenge Cap Québec takes place on the weekend of July 19, 20 and 21, offering different distances for all ages. The main distance is the intermediate distance of 1,900 meters swimming, 90 kilometers cycling, and 21.1 kilometers running. The race will also host a professional competition, and it has already been reported that the world’s best athletes will take part there.
According to Lionel Sanders, a Canadian himself, Challenge Cap Québec is a real asset to the competition calendar. “I’m very excited about this announcement. Every time I come to Quebec, I feel like I’m coming home and the fans are amazing. This match is also perfect for a big crowd on the sidelines. You really want to add this race to your competition calendar.”
Canadian professional athlete Paula Findlay is also very happy about the arrival of Challenge Cap Québéc. “Racing opportunities in my country don’t come along very often, but they always provide an extra special feeling. The support from the people here is unparalleled. I have no doubt that the Challenge Family will deliver a world-class event in a beautiful location.”
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