XTERRA Post 2017 XTERRA World Championship Recap Video

Relive XTERRA World Champs Over and Over on YouTube

XTERRA have posted a six minute recap video from the 2017 XTERRA World Championship. However, if you have a spare few hours you can also find the full video from the You Tube LIVE show.

The 2017 XTERRA World Championship was won by Bradley Weiss of South Africa and Flora Duffy of Bermuda.


    This is the 22nd year for the XTERRA World Championship on Maui, the birthplace of off-road triathlon.  The first XTERRA race was held here on November 3, 1996 and was televised on Fox Sports Net.  The demand for the sport of XTERRA exploded thereafter and there are now more than 50,000 competitors from all 50 states and more than 50 countries worldwide.


    It is a “winner take all” race, with one of the richest pro purses in multisport at $105,000, and it is awarded solely on the basis of the Maui performance. Since this race is a stand-alone event, it offers a unique opportunity to competitors as even those who have had a less than stellar season are given an opportunity to redeem themselves and earn the coveted title of XTERRA World Champion.


    This will be the 22nd straight year a nationally (now internationally) broadcast one-hour show will be    produced on the event, which showcases Maui’s natural beauty. The 2017 XTERRA World Championship will be seen by more than six million viewers via national syndication (ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX), Fox Sports Network, ESPN International, and European distribution. This year’s show will start its run in national syndication in mid-January 2018. See more at



Jimmy Archer

Founder and Editor at Jimmy has been a professional athlete for over 18 years as a runner, cyclist, mountain biker, cross country skier, and primarily, triathlete. Jimmy has a degree in exercise science from the University of Colorado and is a USA Triathlon and USA Cycling certified coach. Jimmy became a freelance writer in 2000 while competing and covering the ITU Winter Triathlon World Championship. Since that time Jimmy has been head editor at two magazines, been published in numerous publications within the endurance sport, recreation, and travel segments. Currently Jimmy is competing professionally in off-road multisport. In his spare time Jimmy passionately follows Formula 1, Moto GP, and is an avid cook.

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