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CUBE & Raelert Brothers

About Raelert brothers

Together for international successes.

A promising combination: two brothers – two world records and CUBE as a partner. Together international success can become reality. Trough CUBE´s support and the best equipment the Raelert brothers want to get closer to their major aim: become World Champion on Hawaii. The Aerium´s game changing technology with a carbon frame whose development sets new benchmarks, an integration of components that allows for an optimum of aerodynamics coupled with the possibility of perfect individual adaptation are the winning factors.

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Andreas Raelert is the older of the two "Raelert Brothers" and has represented Germany at the Olympics twice. In Sydney 2000 he reached 12th place, four years later in Athens Andreas was sixth. In autumn 2008, Andreas Raelert moved from the Olympic distance over to the long distance.

Making his debut race on the long distance, Andreas won Ironman Arizona with a new course record. In 2009 came his major international breakthrough. He crossed the finish line at the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii as the best German in third place. His winning streak continued in 2010: Andreas won the Ironman European Championships in Frankfurt. The European Champion crowned the season with a silver medal at the Ironman World Championships in Kona in October 2010, which he repeated in 2015.

Since July 2011 – when he won Challenge Roth – Andreas holds the world record on the long distance with a time of 7:41:33, where he also set a new world record for the bike leg of a long distance, riding 180 kilometres in 4:11:43. Three months later he again made it onto the podium at the Ironman World Championships in Kona. In 2011 and 2012 Andreas won Challenge Kraichgau, taking the title of ETU European Champion on the middle distance in 2012. After a 2-year absence from the podium, in 2015 he was back on the second step in Kona, taking his total Ironman Hawaii medal tally to five. Andreas sees this as a huge motivation to keep working towards his dream of an overall win.


The younger of the two brothers, Michael Raelert won the 2005 Alpen-Triathlon in Schliersee with a new course record over the Olympic distance to secure himself the German national champion title. Three years later he repeated his victory in Schliersee. In 2009 Michael moved over to the half Ironman distance.

In November 2009 he took his first international title on this distance, winning the World Championships in Clearwater (Florida) with a new race record. In 2010 Michael remained unbeaten over the Ironman 70.3 distance. In August 2010 he crowned this series of victories at the Ironman 70.3 European Championships in Wiesbaden, setting a new course record on his way to the title.

Three months later, the European Champion defended his title in Clearwater with an impressive race and claimed the title as the Ironman 70.3 World Champion again. It was a victory that secured his place in the triathlon history books.

Michael made his Ironman debut in 2012 at Ironman Regensburg and once again took the title at the Ironman 70.3 European Championships in Wiesbaden in the same year – with a new course record. After a setback from injury followed by a lengthy period of recovery in 2013 and 2014, Michael now has 20 Ironman 70.3 titles to his name.