News - 29/10 10:30

Titan Life Grants, a great expression of solidarity from the Titan

For its next edition the Garmin Titan Desert presents its new Titan Life Grants with the aim of bringing the event closer to solidarity projects and offering Moroccan society models that can stimulate social development through sport.

These grants were started as part of the Titan Life programme and will consist of two free entries for the Garmin Titan Desert 2020 (excluding...

News - 15/10 10:30

15 editions, 15 moments to remember

For the last 15 years Morocco has been the real star of the Garmin Titan Desert. Fifteen editions that will go down in history for many reasons, some of them summarized below:

2006: The start of a great adventure

Juan Porcar signalled the start of the first Garmin Titan Desert. 143 adventurers took part along 281 kilometres over 4 stages. The first winners were...

News - 02/10 10:09

A Titan to create history

  The official presentation of the 15th edition of the Garmin Titan Desert marks the start of an event that celebrates this special milestone In 2020, the race will be held in Morocco from 19 to 24 April

 The 15th edition of the Garmin Titan Desert has been launched in the official presentation of the race to mark the start of the event that will take place in Morocco...

News - 17/09 11:15

The Garmin Titan Desert 2020 is already warming up

• The 15th edition of the Garmin Titan Desert will be officially presented on 1 October in Cinesa Príncipe Pío Madrid and on 3 October in Cinesa Diagonal Barcelona.
• Enrolments for the race will start on 2 October on the official website

The Garmin Titan Desert 2020 is already warming up. To release the first details...

News - 19/07 10:41

An excellent edition

The 14th edition of the Garmin Titan Desert was rated 9 out of 10 by the competitors who took part in it. The cyclists highlight the quality of the services, both before and during the event, and the fourth and fifth stages were voted as the favourites of the peloton.

With an average score of 9 out of 10 and a satisfaction rating of 5 out of 5, the 2019 edition of...

News - 13/05 16:19

The first 150 adventurers of 2020

Only 5 days. That's the time it took to reach 150 registrations for the Garmin Titan Desert 2020 at the promotional rate of €1,895. Registrations were opened only 3 days after the end of the 2019th edition, and will reopen after summer.

Among these registrations, we already have 14 nationalities represented, distinguishing in particular the Spanish, Costa Rican and...

Summary - 03/05 13:31 [GMT +1]

Stage 6: Josep Betalú makes history in the 2019 Garmin Titan Desert

Betalú becomes the first rider to win the Garmin Titan Desert four times in a row. World champions and Paralympic gold medallists Ignacio Ávila and Joan Font win the closing stage on a tandem. Anna Ramírez wraps up a perfect race, claiming every single stage and taking her third win outright.

Maadid, 3 May 2019. Josep Betalú and Anna Ramírez...

Summary - 02/05 14:30 [GMT +1]

Stage 5: Sylvain Chavanel wins the queen stage of the Garmin Titan Desert

The French record-holder for the most Tour de France participations took stage 5 from a breakaway. "Iron Lady" Anna Ramírez has claimed all four stages so far. Josep Betalú all set to become the first four-time winner of the race.

Jorf, 2 May 2019. Even though Monsieur Tour, Sylvain Chavanel, is the rider with the most Tour de France starts, he is but...

Summary - 01/05 14:15 [GMT +1]

Stage 4: José Luis Carrasco stuns the favourites

The former pro added another Garmin Titan Desert stage win to his collection after breaking away with 30 kilometres to go Josep Betalú takes back the lead and will have to deal with the major threat of the well-rounded TBellès squad Anna Ramírez strikes a serious blow in the classification after winning her third stage in a row The longest stage in the...

Summary - 30/04 13:50 [GMT +1]

Stage neutralised

Merzouga, 30 April 2019. A 60 km transfer from Ouzina to Merzouga, where the 2019 Garmin Titan Desert will continue tomorrow. After yesterday's marathon stage, which left them without physical or technical support and forced them to sleep using whatever they had carried on their bicycles the day before, the riders retrieved their belongings from the camp and met up...

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