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Super League Triathlon’s eSports Cycling Series brings together some of the biggest names in the sport to compete for individual and team glory over three weeks of intense racing on Zwift.
Prize money, national pride and the chance to be crowned the best cyclist in triathlon are all on the line in what is sure to be a gripping race series.
Aaron Royle’s triathlon career was born at the age of 14 when he refused his parent’s demands to choose between swimming and running and instead found a sport that allowed him to add another discipline into the mix. Aaron was born and grew up in Newcastle in New South Wales, Australia, and enjoyed the typical […]
Double Olympic Gold Medalist and simply one of the best to have ever graced the start line of a triathlon, Alistair Brownlee didn’t perform in the Hamilton Island test event. He was injured for Jersey 2017 but don’t let any of this put you off.
Marten Van Riel’s story has taken him from a small town in Belgium to the top step of the podium on the world triathlon stage. Van Riel grew up in Loenhout as part of a sporting family and was a keen swimmer as a youngster.
Alex Yee could have pursued a career as an international track runner but instead has let his love for triathlon win the day. Born in Lewisham, London, Alex has always had a huge natural talent for running right from his school days at Kingsdale Foundation School in Dulwich.
Ryan Bailie, an experienced athlete who understands the importance of being right on the edge if you want to fight for victory in SLT. Ryan has seen it all.
Jonathan Brownlee is a triathlon royalty with two Olympic medals and some of the sport’s most iconic moments to his name. Jonathan grew up with his older brother Alistair and younger sibling Edward in the village of Bramhope in Leeds.
An incredible swimmer, Matthew Sharpe has shown increasing maturity in the last few years, and shone at the recent Commonwealth Games with a top ten finish. Tactically astute on the bike and a strong runner, the former Aquathlon World Champion he has the firepower to battle through the intense SLT formats.
What an epic journey, Nathan Killam is not your average single-minded sportsman with a generic backstory, Killam’s is a tale of redemption and desire, fighting back from an unhealthy lifestyle, and turning it around before his 30th birthday. From 210lbs and going in the wrong direction, Nathan is now fighting at the front end of […]
If Super League success can come from raw speed and youth, then Aiden is a potential dark in the Championship Series. The Canadian, who grabbed his Golden Ticket in Ottawa, has both those qualities.
Vincent Luis has established himself as the most dominant athlete in the sport and the King of Super League Triathlon. The Frenchman’s journey to the top has been a long one and involved plenty of twists and turns along the way.
Henri Schoeman is one of the few triathletes in the world to have an Olympic medal to his name and has developed into one of the most feared competitors on the global circuit. Henri was probably always destined for sporting greatness.
Leo Bergere has one of the unique stories in sport as the boy who grew up in the jungle and became a world-class triathlete. Leo was born in France, but when his mum landed a job as a teacher, the family moved to the jungle of New Caledonia.
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.
Dorian Coninx, a French triathlete with Junior European, Junior World Championship, and U23 World titles to his name. Having run a 29:39 10km, Dorian has the speed to compete in SLT, and as an Olympic athlete he certainly has the dedication!
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.
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Justus Nieschlag has moved from contender to champion thanks to his starring role in the inaugural SLT Arena Games in 2020. The German came into the event in Rotterdam ranked as an outsider, and left with the gold medal in his pocket, beating a stacked field to the title.
Kristian Blummenfelt is known as the biggest trainer on the triathlon scene, and his huge engine is powering him to success. As a child, Kristian shunned the traditional winter sports of his hometown of Bergen, Norway, favouring swimming and running.
American triathlete Michael Arishita has the swim and run speed to make things interesting in Super League. He grew up excelling in both those disciplines before deciding to ride a bike for fun.
An experienced athlete at a relatively young age, Ben Kanute has his sights set on SLT success. He is a proven contender across the short course, and with 4th in the 70.
Emma Pallant excelled as a runner and was a Team GB athlete on the track before switching her attention to triathlon. It has proved to be a wise move with an increasing roster of success that includes multiple victories in middle distance racing and back-to-back ITU World Duathlon Championship titles.
Maya Kingma has used her brain to help overcome physical issues and make her way to the top of the world in 2021. The Dutch athlete must be the most qualified in the field with a Bachelor in Psychology and a minor in programming and Artificial Intelligence.
Luisa Baptista had the weekend of her young triathlon career as she took the win in the elite female category and the mixed relay at the Pan American Games. The Brazilian used that as a springboard for the most impressive set of results.
Olympian Lucy Hall has a raft of experience behind her. Having competed in triathlon since the age of 8, she won the National Junior Aquathlon when she was 13.
Sophie Coldwell is a force to reckon with over sprint distances and secured one of her greatest victories when she was crowned SLT Arena Games Rotterdam champion in 2021. Born in Kent but growing up in Nottingham, Sophie was introduced to triathlon by her mum, racing a local event in Clifton when she was just […]
In the men’s category, every race the combined times of the two fastest riders from each team will count towards the overall Team Classification Leaderboard.
Each race will also award points for the quickest athletes in intermediate sprints and KOMs/QOMs. Points for the sprints and KOMs will be awarded to the top five as 5/4/3/2/1. The team with the most points from these elements picks up a cash bonus at the end of the race.
These points plus points for the top ten across the finish line in each race (10/9/8/7/6/5/4/3/2/1) will contribute to the individual male leaderboards.
The women will race as individuals rather than teams. The top eight point scorers in each race will earn prize money. Points will be scored as 5/4/3/2/1 for QOM and sprints and 10/8/6/4/2 across the finish line.
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All men’s events will be raced in teams of four athletes, each representing their country (with a few guest appearances for other nations).
Guest riders (non-SLT-athletes) are allowed. However, a minimum of two riders per team must be SLT athletes.
Women will race as individuals rather than in teams.
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