Passing the wine regions of Worms the TriStar111 Germany gives you the opportunity to enjoy the greener side of Germany.
Date: 29 May 2011
Distance: 111km (1km swimming, 100km cycling, 10km running)
Location: Worms, Germany
Organizer: 3vento GmbH
Passing by the wine
In its first edition in June 2010 the TriStar111 Germany welcomed 600 athletes in the beautiful southwest of Germany.
Main event venue is the city of Worms, located at the Rhine and in the heart of the hilly wine regions of Rheinhessen and Vorderpfalz. The race course passes seven different districts- famous for its rich natural culture. On the running part the course passes an eco reservoir area next to the Rhine. The Star&Co village with several exhibitors offered a rich selection of products and services to the athletes, family, friends and visitors.
Sustainability as core element of the philosophy
The format with its total 111km (1km swimming, 100km cycling and 10km running) is supposed to favour recoverage and preserve the health- while still being a sportive challenge. As the event is part of the international TriStar series it is also looking to live the TriStar philosophy. This is based on three main elements: fun, social responsibility and environment protection. This philosophy perfectly matches the vision of the organizing team as they choose the Worms region as destination also for its affinity with nature.
Big efforts planned for the future
Ironman champion and PRO athlete Lothar Leder organizes this race with his team and sets a high value on the sustainability of this event. Coaching amateur athletes himself he knows about the importance of a health oriented sport approach. And coming from the region of Worms he also wants to make big efforts to preserve the environmental conditions of this area by embedding the race with a minimum impact.
After a light cooperation in the first edition race in 2010 a close partnership is planned for next years event. The 4vita program will supports the development and realization of sustainable sports solutions in all fields of the event (see activity planning) and help to achieve the ambitous goals of the organizers.