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Super League Triathlon are offering fans the chance to relive the most thrilling racing of the past few years for FREE with SLTReloaded.

The world’s most exciting and dynamic triathlon company will replay each of its incredible events over the next eight weekends, starting with a bumper three-day festival of swim-bike-run over the Easter holidays.

It will be a chance to follow the Super League journey from its original test event in Hamilton Island all the way through to the present day with the best triathletes in the world tackling unique race formats with edge of the seat moments throughout.

The build-up to each event will also feature some of the amazing content captured around the races shared to enjoy again on Super League’s social channels.

Super League Triathlon’s Chief Marketing Officer, Joe Edwards, said:

During this difficult time we want to give triathlon fans free access to some incredible action which they may not have experienced before and to enjoy all of the amazing things Super League has to offer.

Each weekend there will be another complete set of racing on both the Saturday and Sunday and it will be a great chance to look back at the journey that Super League and the athletes have been on and see how things have changed.

We know that some of the athletes have become stars of the sport thanks to Super League and watching their development through the races will be particularly interesting to follow. There are also some really exciting moments of racing to either relive or enjoy for the first time.

At Super League we hope this helps triathlon fans desperate for their fix of action by giving them free access to our races and it also serves to keep people engaged with our amazing sport.”

The action will kick-off over Easter weekend with the three-day bonanza of the original test event in Hamilton Island.

Racing will be broadcast at 10am BST with day one of the Hamilton Island event on Friday April 10, day two on Saturday April 11 and the day three finale on Sunday April 12. All the races will also be available to watch on demand once they have been shown.

The events will then continue to be broadcast in order each weekend with the women’s racing every Saturday and the men’s on Sunday.


Stay tuned for amazing content in the coming days as we prepare to witness the birth of the race series that redefined a sport.

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