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Challenge For All

Challenge For All Ticket

400 meter svømning, 20 km cykling, 5 km løb

Short distance triathlon with a calm lake swim, a fast and fun bike course, and a run course in the middle of Herning with up to 35,000 spectators.

395 DKK for individual | 449 DKK for relay

Challenge Herning Middle Distace

Challenge Herning Middle Distance

1900 meter swim, 90 km bike and 21.1 km run.

Half ironman distance with a lake swim, one long bike loop in the Midwestern moor landscape with long straight sections and a city run in the middle of Herning with up to 35,000 spectators.

1,975 DKK for individual | 2,175 DKK for relay

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Courses

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About Challenge Denmark events

At Challenge Denmark we share the philosophy of the Challenge Family of which we are a part. Therefore we believe that every event should be special to all who participate and by “all” we mean ALL. So to us it doesn’t matter if you are a first timer, a seasoned veteran of the sport, or a fast World Champion, in our eyes you are all important.

We also understand what it takes from you and your surroundings as an athlete. Therefore we also want to make every spectator experience as great as possible with stunning swims and bike routes with carefully selected hotspots where you can follow the athletes; city runs in small streets with lots of opportunities to see all the athletes; and last, but not least, intense finish lines where you can follow your beloved the last few meters to the finish line.

But no event is possible without all the volunteers, that stand ready each year to help us organize and execute every event. We believe that you are as much a part of our family as the athletes and the spectators.

We are all a part of Challenge Family! “We Are Triathlon!”