When to watch triathlon during the 2024 Paris Paralympic Games
Triathlon events will be held from Sunday, September 1 and Monday, September 2 at the 2024 Paris Paralympic Games.
Athletes from nine classifications will compete in six events. All three traditional triathlon disciplines are included during events at the Paralympics. The event starts with a 750m swim, followed by 20km of cycling and ends with a 5k run. Handlers assist athletes who require help during event transitions.
|PTWC 1-2||Athletes with limitations in their lower and upper limbs. They utilize a handcycle for the cycling portion and a racing chair for the running segment. Athletes compete in combined events and use interval starts to ensure a level playing field.|
|PTS 2-5||Athletes do not require a handcycle or a racing chair. Prosthetic legs as well as bike modifications are allowed.|
|PTVI 1-3||Athletes have vision impairment and may or may not require a guide while competing. Event uses interval starts.|
Pont d’Iéna, one of Paris’ 37 bridge crossings, will be decked out during the Olympic and Paralympic Games and will serve prominently during triathlon competitions.
- PTWC (women’s, men’s)
- PTS2 (women’s, men’s)
- PTS3 (men’s)
- PTS4 (women’s, men’s)
- PTS5 (women’s, men’s)
- PTVI (women’s, men’s)