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The BCA Super League Triathlon Bali is coming to the stunning Ayodya Resort Bali, Indonesia, along the white sands of Nusa Dua! We will have something for everyone at the newest location in the SLT lineup. Regardless of your age or training level, we’ll support you in getting to the start line and across the finish line. This will be a race event weekend like no other, a true festival of multi-sport, celebrating everything that is good about endurance and competition.
The BCA Super League Festival will have it all – local established bands, up and coming acts, gourmet food and refreshment, and an atmosphere to rival any outdoor experience. Race in the morning, relax and enjoy the regions best in the afternoon, and party the night away on the beach in the evening. What could be better than a weekend of festivities in one of the most beautiful locations on the planet?!
Want to see how quickly these athletes can go solo with no drafting or pacing help? Then the Equalizer is for you! Favouring those with an aptitude for individual efforts, Stage 1 consists of an all out solo time trial. After one discipline is selected – either swim, bike or run – the athletes race it as a standalone event. It is called an Individual Time Trial (ITT). The times taken here will set the scene and provide gaps for Stage 2.
Athletes who post good individual times in Stage 1 will be fighting hard to stay away from a charging main field over the SWIM-BIKE-RUN-SWIM-BIKE-RUN of Stage 2. Fast pack swimmers, bikers and runners will be battling to come through the field while those with a time advantage give their all to stay out front. The Equalizer will see the playing field levelled and racing in its purest form!
The Enduro is considered the most brutal format of all. Requiring endurance and tactics, The Enduro is a non-stop burst of swim-bike-run-swim-bike-run-swim-bike-run without any break. The added element of speed is tied into the race demands of The Enduro, with the slowest athlete at the end of each discipline being eliminated immediately. The winner is the first athlete across the finish line upon completion of the entire race sequence.
Japanese athlete Jumpei Furuya is riding a wave of success with recent victories in the 2018 Palembang Asian Games and the 2019 Rayong NTT ASTC Sprint Triathlon Asian Cup. Can Jumpei bring his current form to bear on the intense racing of Super League Triathlon and force a decisive move?
Bali qualifier Pierre Le Corre grew up as a swimmer in France before a move to the USA in 2006 saw him decide to give triathlon a go. He hasn’t looked back since as he has built an impressive career as a well-rounded racer.
A member of France’s hugely successful Poissy Triathlon, Anthony will be making his debut in the Super League Championship Series. While he may well be a newbie when it comes to the race formats, he has impressive results to his name over sprint distance races, which suggests the style will suit him.
At 31-years-old, Raphael will be one of the older men on the startline for Super League this season but is aiming to show that experience can count for a lot. The Frenchman has been a professional triathlete for 13 years and so knows the ins and outs of the sport as well as anybody.
A Jersey man through and through, Ollie Turner has endless enthusiasm for the sport, and a determination to make his mark. Off the back of competing in the 2018 Commonwealth Games, his ambition is only matched by his talent, and he will be gunning to see the SLT series through to the end.
Tommy Zaferes retired from a 16-year competitive swimming career following the 2008 Olympic Trials, switching to triathlon in 2010. He picks and chooses his races now, alongside his photography work for a marketing company, but the competitive flame still burns bright.
A top triathlete of the Philippines, Maria Claire has seen her fair share of success: finishing third in the 2014 New Taipei ASTC Triathlon Asian Cup, second in the 2015 Unilab Active Health’s Tri United in Subic, and winning the first gold medal for her country in the 2015 Southeast Asian Games. Now it’s time […]
Spending her time training on the Gold Coast, Danielle De Francesco is an Aussie talent to watch. Lining up in Penticton her hopes of a Golden Ticket for the series were dashed due to the cancellation, but she carried the dream through to Jersey, and made it happen.
Winner of the Bali Qualifier, Sandra Dodet is a young French athlete who is coming of age. It can be tough for the French stars to rise to the top such is the depth of their amazing team at the moment, but Sandra is managing to breakthrough.
Filipino athlete Kim Kilgroe began racing triathlon in 2012 as an Age Grouper, and in 2015 she turned pro, where she now represents the National Philippine Team. Winning the 2018 Subic Bay ASTC Triathlon Southeast Championships shows her potential, but SLT will provide the real test.
It’s been quite a rise to fame for Kerry Morris who only turned Professional just over two years ago having taken up the sport a couple of years prior to that. A swimmer growing up she has great strength in the water and has already enjoyed podium finishes in longer distance races.
Young and hungry, Klaudia Sebők was our final qualifier at the Poznan shake-up. The opportunity to race across the full SLT season now presents itself, and she certainly has what is required.
The Australian is a former World duathlon champion, which goes to underline Felicity Sheedy-Ryan is a force to be reckoned with on both the bike and the run. She grabbed her Golden Ticket via a roll down after racing in Bali and so will be determined to try and seize this opportunity to shine in […]
A competitive swimmer since the age of 8, Erin Storie has a background in sports and competition. She states her greatest role model and biggest supporter is her dad Tony, and that she couldn’t have got this far without him.
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