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Dates and Facts DATEV Challenge Roth 2017(Modifications and additions reserved)RaceLong Distance Triathlon3.8 km swimming180 km cycling42,195 km runningDate:Sunday, July 9, 2017Location:City and County of RothRacecourse:Start at 6.30 a.m at the Europakanal, Hilpoltstein.Leaving transition area 1 at the Europakanal in Hilpoltstein, athletestackle two laps on the bike course each of about 85.5 km - additionallythey take 9 km to transition area at the park-and-ride lot at theHilpoltsteiner Straße in Roth. The bike run is followed by the marathonon a new route. It links the towns of Roth and Büchenbach, togetherwith the canal in a T-shaped course, which is completed twice.Participants:About 3.400 single starters and 650 relaysNations:Athletes from about 70 nationsDuration:Maximum finish time is 15:00 hours for single starters,13.45 hours for relay teams.

Roth 2016: Spectators, Media, OrganisationSpectatorsSpectators during the raceabout 260,000according to police informationMedia (Dates & Facts 2016)TV reports nationalBroadcast stationsAir-time total (in hours)ViewersAdvertising medium contacts1933:52:3130,98 Mio.189,01 Mio.TV reports internationalBroadcast stationsAir-time total (in hours)ViewersAdvertising medium contacts168263:169,15 Mio.201,17 Mio.Newspapers and magazinesPublicationsPress articlesAdvertising Media contacts36484673,19 MioWeb-coverage www.challenge-roth.deUnique visitors on racedayPage impressions387.0002.8 Mio.AccreditationAccredited journalistsabout 300Organisation, rescue and assistance servicesVolunteersPolice OfficersFirefighterFire DepartmentsClubsRace MarshallsRescue Service7,000400600275365420Central Medical Care12 doctors48 beds ( s 20 reserve)additionally 3 intensive care beds, 1 surgical treatment bed

Time Table DATEV Challenge Roth 2017Thursday, July 611.00 a.m.12.00 a.m. - 06.00 p.m.12.00 a.m. - 06.30 p.m.05.00 p.m.06.00 p.m.08.15 p.m.Press conference in the “Kulturfabrik” RothRegistration at the registration tent / Triathlon ParkTriathlon Expo in the Triathlon Park“Erdinger Urweisse” Party at the Expo“Bambini” run Hilpoltstein“Nightrun” from Hilpoltstein to Roth, Finish Triathlon ParkFriday, July 706.30 a.m. - 09.00 a.m.08.30 a.m. - 09.00 p.m.09.00 a.m. - 09.00 p.m.10.00 a.m. - 05.00 p.m.05.00 p.m. - 06.00 p.m.05.00 p.m. - 12.00 p.m.05.45 p.m. - 10.00 p.m.06.00 p.m. - 08.00 p.m.blueseventy swim training in the Main-Donau-Kanal /Swim StartTriathlon Expo in the Triathlon ParkRegistration at the registration tent / Triathlon ParkFor media: press centre (Schützenhaus) openThe city of Roth presents itself - Triathlon ParkWelcome-Party, powered by BAYERN 3, market squareChallenge-forAll in the public baths of RothBernbacher Carbo Party at the festival tentSaturday, July 806.30 a.m. - 09.00 a.m.08.30 a.m. 08.45 a.m. 09.00 a.m. 10.00 a.m. 10.00 a.m. 10.15 a.m.11.45 a.m.11.30 p.m. 12.00 a.m.03.00 p.m.04.00 p.m.05.00 p.m.06.00 p.m.07.00 p.m.02.30 p.m.02.00 p.m.03.00 p.m.05.00 p.m.04.00 p.m.blueseventy-swim training in the Main-Donau-Kanal /Swim StartTriathlon Expo in the Triathlon ParkJunior-Challenge, public baths of RothRegistration at the registration tent / Triathlon ParkChallenge childcareFor media: press centre (Schützenhaus) openStart Challenge Women“Beneflizz”, Bike MarathonBike Check-In and “HIP-Lounge” at the swim startRace Briefing (spanish) in the festival tentRace Briefing (french) in the festival tentRace Briefing (german/english) for individuals in thefestival tentRace Briefing (german) for relay teams in the festival tentRace Briefing (english) for relay teams in the press centre/Schützenhaus

Sunday, July 906.30 a.m.06.35 a.m.06.40 a.m.06.55 a.m.07.00 a.m07.05 a.m.08.50 a.m.08.55 a.m.09.00 a.m.Start of the DATEV Challenge Roth 2017TOP 50 men, athletes elder than 65 years,participants for 30th time, participants with disabilities,SUB 9Start group TOP 25 womenStart groups 3-5 men / in 5 minutes intervalsWomen groupWomen groupStart groups 8 - 18/ in 5 minutes intervalsStart group 19 (relay teams)Start group 20 (relay teams)Start group 21 (relay teams)10.00 a.m. - 08.00 p.m.10.00 a.m. - 09.00 p.m.11.00 a.m. - 06.30 p.m.Press centre openTriathlon Expo in the Triathlon ParkChallenge childcareabout 02.05 p.m.about 02.53 p.m.about 04.04 p.m.Finish of the race winner maleFinish of the race winner femaleFinish of the winning relay teamabout 05.00 p.m.Press conference (Schützenhaus)08.00 p.m.Winners’ Award Ceremony for the first three trophy relays(at the finish line area)09.00 p.m.Finish line Party10.55 p.m.Official end of the DATEV Challenge Roth 2017FireworksMonday, July 109.30 a. m.Registration for the DATEV Challenge Roth 2018 (festivaltent)10.00 a.m. – 01.00 p.m.Triathlon-Expo in the Triathlon Park11.00 a.m.Winners’ Award Ceremony DATEV Challenge Roth01.30 p.m.Winners’ Award Ceremony Firefighter WorldChampionship (Feuerwehrhaus Roth)07.00 p.m.Volunteers’ Party in the festival tent

Sponsoring PartnersDATEV eGN-ERGIE AGnew balance NBR GmbHSparkasse Mittelfranken-SüdVersicherungskammer BayernSpeck Pumpen Walter Speck GmbH & Co. KGMemmert GmbH Co. KGSCOTT SPORTS SABAYERN 3BlueseventyUVEX SPORTS GmbH & Co. KGGermania Airline mbHPyraser Landbrauerei GmbH & Co. KGErdinger WeißbräuFrankenbrunnen GmbH Co. KGRed BullRecaro Aircraft Seating GmbH & Co KGJosef Bernbacher & Sohn GmbH & Co. KGFriedrich Hofmann Betriebsgesellschaft mbHFeser Graf GruppeApotheker Walter Bouhon GmbHARNDT Sicherheit und Service GmbH Co. KGReithelshöfer GmbHGuttenberger und Partner GmbHBurkhartsmaier GmbHJura-Kälte Kälteanlagenbau GmbHTechniSatARVENA PARK HotelNürnberger NachrichtenKauflandVIPA GmbHBMW Motorrad ZentrumDeutsche LufthansaQualitel HotelStadt RothLandkreis RothStadt Hilpoltstein

Starter, Finisher and Winning Times 1988 - 2016Winning timesYearNumber ofstartersNumber .668/ 22:041989 Half Distance (2,5 km swimming, 93 km cycling, 22 km running)

World’s Best Times at Roth1988Axel Koenders (NL)08:13:111991Thea Sybesma (NL) (first athlete in the world less than 9 hours)08:55:291992Paula Newby-Fraser (ZIM)08:55:001994Paula Newby-Fraser (ZIM)08:50:531996Lothar Leder (D) (first athlete in the world less than 8 hours)07:57:021997Luc van Lierde (B)07:50:272008Yvonne van Vlerken (NL)08:45:482009Chrissie Wellington (GBR)08:31:592010Chrissie Wellington (GBR)08:19:132011Chrissie Wellington (GBR)08:18:132011Andreas Raelert (D)07:41:332016Jan Frodeno (D)07:35:39

Winners (male) in 0122013201420152016Axel KoendersPauli KiuruPauli KiuruJos EvertsChristian BustosJürgen ZäckJürgen ZäckLothar LederLuc van LierdeJürgen ZäckJürgen ZäckLothar LederLothar LederLothar LederLothar LederChris McCormackChris McCormackChris McCormackChris McCormackPatrick VernayMichael GöhnerRasmus HenningAndreas RaelertJames CunnamaDirk BockelTimo BrachtNils FrommholdJan 52:0107:56:0007:51:2807:35:39

Winners (female) in 120122013201420152016Rita KeitmannJan WanklynThea SybesmaPaula Newby-FraserKatinka WiltenburgPaula Newby-FraserPaula Newby-FraserUte MückelSusan LatshawKatja SchumacherJoanne KingHeather FuhrNina KraftNina KraftNicole LederNicole LederBelinda GrangerJoanna LawnYvonne van VlerkenYvonne van VlerkenChrissie WellingtonChrissie WellingtonChrissie WellingtonRachel JoyceCaroline SteffenMirinda CarfraeYvonne van VlerkenDaniely 308:45:0408:40:3508:38:5308:50:5308:22:04

The ten fastest times in 4Jan FrodenoAndreas RaelertLuc van LierdeNils FrommholdJürgen ZäckDirk BockelRasmus HenningChris McCormackMichael GöhnerJürgen ZäckTimo 0142012Chrissie WellingtonChrissie WellingtonDaniela RyfChrissie WellingtonMirinda CarfraeRebekah KeatCaroline SteffenCarrie LesterRachel JoyceRachel 8:42:2508:45:04

Best Splits in RothSwimMen1997Michael PrüfertD00:43:35(current fastest time on long distance (without transition time)199819981997199719901990201620041999Wolfgang DittrichAndreas NiedrigLuc van LierdeAndreas NiedrigWolfgang DittrichBernd MeierJan FrodenoStephen SheldrakeJohn Van 0520122012200920152000199819952006Janina-Kristin GötzUte MückelLucie Zelenkova-ReedRachel JoyceLeanda CaveLaura BennettUte MückelUte MückelUte MückelLucie :48:02Jan FrodenoAndrew StarykowiczNils FrommholdAndreas RaelertSebastian KienleSebastian KienleJürgen ZäckNorman StadlerThomas HellriegelJürgen eMen2016201520152011201120101999200919971997

la RyfChrissie WellingtonYvonne van VlerkenChrissie WellingtonYvonne van VlerkenChrissie WellingtonYvonne van VlerkenCaroline SteffenCarrie LesterDiana 092003Luc van LierdeJoe SkipperPeter KropkoJan FrodenoRasmus HenningJames CunnamaChris McCormackAndreas R

Speck Pumpen Walter Speck GmbH & Co. KG Memmert GmbH Co. KG SCOTT SPORTS SA BAYERN 3 Blueseventy UVEX SPORTS GmbH & Co. KG Germania Airline mbH Pyraser Landbrauerei GmbH & Co. KG Erdinger Weißbräu Frankenbrunnen GmbH Co. KG Red Bull Recaro Aircraft Seating GmbH

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