The event, taking place on 19 April, is paying host to both a middle-distance (1km swim, 64km bike, 8km run) and a long-distance race (2km swim, 128km bike, 16km run).
Participants from all over the world will be coming to Cannes to compete with countries such as Australia, the United States, Germany and England all being represented.
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One of the main talking points of the event will be the much-anticipated battle between triathlon giants Sebastian Kienle and Jan Frodeno, both of Germany.
Race entries have already exceeded last year’s total with close to 1,500 participants already registered.
This year’s event will also feature a 10km race for running enthusiasts.
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