The Race - A Brief History

The first ever Malta 113k Tri Race was held in May 2006.

What started off as a small race between friends, to gauge their preparation for an Ironman race, the Malta 113k Triathlon has now developed into one of the highlights of the Maltese Triathlon calendar and is gaining strong popularity amongst our international triathlete friends. 

Who We Are

  • 1
    Charlie Demanuele

    CHARLIE DEMANUELE -  RACE DIRECTOR, ORGANISER, ATHLETE

    Charlie Demanuele hails from a bodybuilding background having won a number of championship titles but who eventually turned his attention to Ultra Distance racing.
  • 2
    Maria Vella-Galea

    MARIA VELLA-GALEA, MARKETING, PR, LOGISTICS, ATHLETE

    Maria is fairly new to the sport of triathlon having taken part in her first sprint triathlon race in the spring of 2010.
  • 3
    Mark Gaglione

    MARK GAGLIONE RACE VENUE MANAGER

    Mark has been involved in the Malta 113k Triathlon for the past few years, starting off as a volunteer.
  • 4
    Sergio Sciberras

    SERGIO SCIBERRAS NUTRITION MANAGER

    His fun, easy going character belies his kind hearted and hardworking nature. Sergio enjoys sports rather than for any potential medals or wins mostly for the fun of it, to feel healthy and more importantly the opportunity to make friends with like minded people.

Testimonials

I’m really looking forward to returning to this race! Hope the seas calmer this year. Have to say I’m so glad it was my first ever triathlon, although really nervous as I had only just learnt to swim, I had such a wonderful day. Can't wait to do it again.

Mandy Draper, Wales

This will be my first middle distance race in Malta, having taken up this distance recently. This race will be a very good preparation for my forthcoming participation in the 2016 Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Australia in September.

Hannah Pace, Malta

It was great racing in Malta. Weather conditions were not easy and the bike route was very challenging but am happy to have reached my target time. Malta has shown good potential place for training and hope to bring some other Slovenian Triathletes to Malta hopefully to race and also some training.

Jaroslav Kovacic, Slovenia

Last year I entered the 113k as part of a relay team, doing the bike leg, and we had a great time. The course, location and organization of the event was superb, so this year I decided challenge myself to do the whole event. Malta has a fantastic triathlon scene with many events throughout the year, and it is naturally an ideal place for a training camp!

Enrico Bradamante, Italy



In Collaboration With