Climbing, mountain biking, and cross-country are the three disciplines of the sport event of the Fulda section of the Alpine Club e. V. After the successful competitions of the past two years, the Alpine Club organized the section Fulda e. V. on Saturday, June 12, 2010 the third edition of his Alpine Triathlon in the Hessian Rhon. There are three disciplines: climbing, mountain biking, and cross-country.
The Alpine Triathlon begins with climbing on the rock wall. All participants are well secured (top rope”) first try to cope with several rising in difficulty climbing on the rocks. Climbing performance is similarly converted as both the Nordic combined in a time backlog Gundersen method. According to its climbing performance, the athletes then go with her personal time lagging behind compared to the best climber on the demanding mountain biking route, which leads from the stone wall to the Milseburg around up on the Enzianhutte. There are approximately 16 km across 600 HM to overcome. Once at the top the change occurs on the run course (approx.
4,5 km, 150Hm) as at the normal triathlon without pause. The route first leads in the direction of Abtsroda, before it on Sieblos and in the ditch Ian past concludes extremely steep on the Blumelweg regained the Enzianhutte. The first TeilnehmerIin who arrives at the Enzianhutte is winner of the race. In addition to the individual a team competition is carried out again, with three team members each posed a discipline. The competition is aimed not only at experienced climbers, but just on athletes who have no climbing experience. That a good result can be achieved without extensive climbing experience, cross-country skiers Alexander Heun, which was still second with a delay of eight minutes after climbing through an outstanding cycling and running performance and is only to less than two minutes had to surrender the winner Thomas Pilzer from Wurzburg proved last year. As in previous years a few weeks before the race a trial climbing “on the stone wall offered. There is also a possibility to get to know the bike – and run. The exact dates are already registered the homepage of the DAV Fulda under. Also more information about the routes and the expiration, as well as application forms can be found. About the Alpenvein section Fulda e. V. The German Alpine Club with over 820,000 members the largest mountain sport Association of the world and one of the major sports and nature conservation associations of in Germany. It currently consists of 354 legally independent sections, which together constitute the main Club of the DAV. Members are currently 2500 active in the section of Fulda. The most important thing always connects to their club, the members is the joy of movement in nature, the desire for mountain and peak experiences, the anticipation of a stop in the hut – and the desire to preserve the unique nature of the mountains and to preserve for future generations. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Marko Dimitrijevic photographer. The Fulda section offers many exciting walks, adventurous mountain climbing tours in the Alps and in some European central uplands and varied climbing routes and challenging mountain bike tours in the Rhon and the Alps. Training, sports events and courses round off the varied event.