Sprint Distance | 750m Swim, 20km Bike and 5km Run

The Sprint Distance is another one of the most common distances in Triathlon and is particularly famous in Asia. It consists of a 750m swim, a 20km bike and a 5km run. The distances of this race is fairly short and that is why it is called a Sprint event because it is such a short and fast race.

The fastest ever Sprint Triathlon was set by Mario Mola from Spain and he ran a time of 51 minutes and 15 seconds in the 2018 Edmonton WTS ITU Sprint Race. He managed to win the race with a 9:07 swim, a 26:24 Bike and a whopping 14:25 run.

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