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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.
Legend has it that Aaron Royle, a decorated swimmer in his childhood, was asked to choose between the pool and his new love of running by his parents aged 14.
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.
“If you want it, work for it”.
SLT demands speed, and Alex Yee has answered the call.
An experienced athlete who understands the importance of being right on the edge if you want to fight for victory in SLT, Ryan Bailie has seen it all.
The name says it all, and in the triathlon world, nothing inspires fear in their rivals more than hearing the name “Brownlee”.
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.
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.
If Super League success can come from raw speed and youth, then Aiden is a potential dark in the Championship Series.
Strong across all disciplines, 2008 Junior European and World Champion, 2010 French U23 Champion, and World Number 2, Vincent Luis is flawless when he is on the top of his game, and can be considered the best in the sport when he dials it in.
Once considered the silent assassin of the pro field, the 2016 Olympic bronze medalist, and 2018 Commonwealth Games gold medalist, Henri Schoeman has truly announced himself on the world stage.
Having started in gymnastics, and then discovered cycling in his teens, Léo Bergere has a balanced love for triathlon, with his favourite discipline changing depending on the race.
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.
A French triathlete with Junior European, Junior World Championship, and U23 World titles to his name… this man is fast!
A member of France’s hugely successful Poissy Triathlon, Anthony will be making his debut in the Super League Championship Series.
This athlete’s bio will be added shortly.
After a childhood that was spent in swimming and gymnastics, Justus switched his attentions to triathlon and produced a seismic shock when he became German champion in 2006 as a virtual unknown.
With the motto “Go Big or Go Home” echoing in his head, Kristian Blummenfelt is driven by an absolute desire to win at the expense of all else.
American triathlete Michael Arishita has the swim and run speed to make things interesting in Super League.
An experienced athlete at a relatively young age, Ben Kanute has his sights set on SLT success.
Emma Pallant excelled as a runner and was a Team GB athlete on the track before switching her attention to triathlon.
Luisa had the weekend of her young triathlon career as she took the win in both the elite female category and the mixed relay at the Pan American Games.
Olympian Lucy Hall has a raft of experience behind her.
What Commonwealth Games athlete Sophie Coldwell lacks in years she makes up for in speed and race smarts, particularly in the water.
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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