Fellow engineers, stress enthusiasts, and adrenaline seekers!
We are thrilled to extend a warm welcome to you for the upcoming Stressathlon – a one-of-a-kind celebration of endurance, determination, and the thrill of the triathlon designed especially for stress engineers!
Stress engineers, this is not just a triathlon; it’s an engineering feat. Stressathlon brings together a community of like-minded individuals who understand the intricacies of stress – both on materials and in daily life. Join us for a unique blend of mental and physical challenges that will push your limits and leave you with a sense of accomplishment.
The competition consists of 500 meters of swimming, 21 kilometers of cycling and 5 kilometers of running, and it is suitable for elites, exercisers, and young people alike
The competition takes place at Hove in Arendal (Norway). The recreational areas at Hove are protected, since it is part of the southern moraine, and adapted with walking paths and resting areas along the sea. South on the island Tromøy, only 10 minutes by car, bus or boat from Arendal, there is a great area called Hove.
The recreational areas are protected, since it is part of the southern moraine which again is part of the Raet nationalpark and the area is adapted with walking paths and resting areas along the sea. There is a beach and kiosk at Canvas Hove, and kilometres with beautiful skerries to walk on.
Friday 7 June 2024:
15 hrs- 20hrs:
Delivery of participant bags will take place at Sykkelsport AS, Blødekjær 26, 4838 Arendal
The swimming takes place in Hovekilen (salt water), the cycling takes place on asphalt on a relatively flat track, and the running takes place on the forest floor around Hoveodden
The running track at Hoveodden is 2.5 kilometers long and is run in 2 laps
The participants swim 500 meters "anti-clockwise", with the buoys on the left side
The participants first cycle to Tromøy church and then two laps of 8.3 kilometres
Southland’s most beautiful challenge
Do you want to complete your first triathlon? Or try to “beat” yourself?