On Sunday, 3 September 2023, the World Duathlon Championships will be offered as a live stream in German and English on various channels. The easiest access is provided by the Powerman Zofingen homepage: www.powerman.swiss – experts Natascha Badmann, Paul Groves, Marc Widmer and Raphael Galliker will be commentating for over eight hours from 8.00 am.
In addition, there will be a two-hour live TV broadcast on Tele M1 and the sports channel TV24 from 2 p.m. during the decisive final phase.
and the sports channel TV24 (CH Media). Marc Widmer, Duathlon Director at the Swiss Triathlon Federation, and Raphael Galliker from Powerman Zofingen will act as co-commentators on TV. New to the commentary team is last year’s third place finisher, Michael Ott, who has since resigned. The commentators will commentate from the NEP Switzerland TV studio in Volketswil.
This year, even more famous athletes have been recruited as experts.
Among others, Erin Baker (the 62-year-old New Zealander was world champion in triathlon (1989) and duathlon (1991, 1992 and 1994)) will commentate on the live stream.
Mark Allen (the 65-year-old American is a six-time Ironman triathlon world champion, won the Powerman Zofingen in 1993),
Rob Woestenborghs (the 46-year-old Belgian won the Powerman Zofingen in 2013 and finished second in 2012) and Cameron Lamont (the New Zealander is currently coach of the Swiss national duathlon team) as experts via video.
Text: Raphael Galliker
Broadcast live on Tele M1, TV24,