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Jersey 2021

18 Sep 21
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18 Sep 21

Super League Triathlon will head to Jersey for the fourth time as the spiritual home of the Championship Series welcomes back the best athletes in the sport. Jersey is a firm favourite on the Super League calendar, with many of the athletes describing it as their favourite race location in the world.

The community engagement and fantastic support from the local population, as well as a spectacular course, have helped make Jersey synonymous as a global triathlon destination. After swimming in the spectacular Elizabeth Marina, closed only for Super League events, the athletes have to run up a steep ramp into transition.

The bike course is one of the most challenging and technical on the circuit, demanding power surges and world-class handling to navigate. Spectators pack the course for the run before a spectacular finish line. Jersey will be the third stop of four in the 2021 Championship Series, meaning a jostle for position ready for the finale in Malibu, which will crown the champions.

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Race Format

Enduro

Master of Endurance

The Enduro is considered the most brutal format of all. Requiring endurance and tactics, the Enduro is a non-stop burst of nine back-to-back triathlon disciplines without any breaks. The easiest way to think about it is swim-bike-run repeated continuously three times in a row, or over three Stages.

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A focus on speed is a key demand of the Enduro because any athlete who falls more than 90 seconds behind the leader will be eliminated.

There are three Short Chutes up for grabs – for the first athlete across the Mount Line after the swim on Stage 1, for the first athlete across the Mount Line after the bike on Stage 1 and for the first athlete across the Mount Line at the end of Stage 1.Short Chutes are won for a Team and awarded to an athlete during the race by their Team Manager. Short Chutes are to be taken on the first lap of the run in Stage 3. No team can win more than one Short Chute.

Men

Alex Yee 500x500 1

Alex Yee

Points 15

United Kingdom
GBR
Alex Yee could have pursued a career as an international track runner but instead has let his love for triathlon win the day – and with two Olympic medals and a Super League Triathlon Championship Series title to his name already it’s just as well. Born in Lewisham, London, Alex has always had a huge […] View Profile »

Age 24

Weight 55kg

Height 1.80m

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Jonathan Brownlee

Points 14

United Kingdom
GBR
Jonathan Brownlee is a triathlon royalty with three 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. View Profile »

Age 32

Weight 70kg

Height 1.81m

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Hayden Wilde

Points 13

New Zealand
NZL
Hayden Wilde is a prime example of how Super League Triathlon can kickstart an athlete’s career – and give them a great nickname. Hayden was already accomplished at swim-bike-run as a junior on the less well known off-road scene. View Profile »

Age 24

Weight 66kg

Height 1.75m

Marten Vanriel 21 4

Marten Van Riel

Points 12

Belgium
BEL
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. View Profile »

Age 29

Weight 65kg

Height 1.83m

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Kenji Nener

Points 11

Japan
JPN
Kenji Nener never quit on his Olympic dream – and by finishing 14th in Tokyo proved his faith was justified. Kenji grew up in Perth, Western Australia and began to dabble in triathlon aged 13 having grown up playing ball sports such as tennis and football. View Profile »

Age 29

Weight 66kg

Height 1.74m

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Vasco Vilaca

Points 10

Portugal
POR
Vasco Vilaca has exploded onto the professional triathlon scene after seizing his chance in Super League to put himself among the very best in the world. The Portuguese youngster got into triathlon from an early age thanks to his parents and their desire to learn how to swim. View Profile »

Age 22

Weight 65kg

Height 1.70m

Seth Rider 7

Seth Rider

Points 9

United States of America
USA
Seth Rider is a late entrant into the 2021 Super League Triathlon Championship Series – and made it count as he proved to be one of the surprise packages and pick up a bonus $20,000 for winning the green cycling jersey. The up and coming American scored his best back-to-back weekends of racing at elite […] View Profile »

Age 25

Weight 65kg

Height 1.82m

Vincent Luis 8

Vincent Luis

Points 8

France
FRA
Vincent Luis has established himself as one of the most dominant athletes 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. View Profile »

Age 33

Weight 65kg

Height 1.77m

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Tayler Reid

Points 7

New Zealand
NZL
Tayler Reid made a bold move when he started triathlon. Rather than starting out with a local event, finding he was good and working his way up, he made his first race the national championships. View Profile »

Age 26

Weight 69kg

Height 1.83m

Alessandr Fabian 21 10

Alessandro Fabian

Points 6

Italy
ITA
Alessandro Fabian’s journey into triathlon was inspired by Michael Phelps – or rather the fact he couldn’t keep up with him. Alessandro grew up in Padova, Italy, and was a swimmer as a child, racing competitively until he was 18. View Profile »

Age 34

Weight 75kg

Height 1.86m

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Matthew Hauser

Points 5

Australia
AUS
Matthew Hauser was given the dream triathlon experience when a chance encounter with Chris McCormack helped him get a place on one of the most coveted start lines in the sport’s history. Matthew’s father had been reading Macca’s book and happened to spot him in a local cafe, and the pair got chatting. View Profile »

Age 24

Weight 74kg

Height 1.86m

Aaron Royle 12

Aaron Royle

Points 4

Australia
AUS
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 […] View Profile »

Age 32

Weight 67kg

Height 1.80m

Max Studer 13

Max Studer

Points 3

Switzerland
SUI
Max Studer has been nicknamed Clark Kent by his coach because he changes his personality and becomes a Superman when he competes. That coach in question is Brett Sutton, who has led multiple athletes to triathlon domination down the years and is now guiding Max to some rapidly improving results. View Profile »

Age 26

Weight 62kg

Height 1.78m

Tamás Tóth 14

Tamás Tóth

Points 2

Hungary
HUN
Tamás Tóth has spent years helping athletes to further their careers as well as trying to develop his own. Tamás was elected onto the ITU Athletes’ Committee in 2018 and became chairman before joining World Triathlon’s Executive Board representing athletes as he found a passion in helping his fellow competitors get a voice to help […] View Profile »

Age 33

Weight 66kg

Height 1.75m

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Mario Mola

Points 1

Spain
ESP
One of the undisputed kings of the triathlon world, Mario has been consistently at the top of the game for years with his killer run speed pushing him ahead of his rivals. Mario’s story begins back in Mallorca where like many on the Spanish island he had a love for the water. View Profile »

Age 32

Weight 62kg

Height 1.78m

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Shachar Sagiv

Points 0

Israel
ISR
Shachar Sagiv is keeping it in the family with his Olympic success. Just three Israeli triathletes have ever had the honour of representing their country at an Olympics – and two of them did so in Tokyo. View Profile »

Age 28

Height 1.81m

Jacob Birtwhistle 17

Jacob Birtwhistle

Points 0

Australia
AUS
Jacob Birtwhistle was one of the most decorated schoolboy athletes in Australia before he turned his attention to triathlon and found another avenue for sporting glory. Born in Launceston, Jake was crowned Australian Junior Champion an incredible 11 times in running events while at school. View Profile »

Age 27

Weight 68kg

Height 1.83m

Oliver Turner 18

Oliver Turner

Points 0

Jersey
JEY
Ollie Turner is a home favourite in Jersey and can count on crowd support when he races in Super League. Ollie represented Jersey at the 2018 Commonwealth Games and picked up the bronze medal in the British Senior Elite Championships in 2019 as a sign of his growing potential in the sport. View Profile »

Age 24

Weight 66kg

Height 1.85m

Marco Van Der Stel 19

Marco Van Der Stel

Points 0

Netherlands
NED
Marco van der Stel made a big decision when he left high school in 2010 – to give himself one year to make it as a professional triathlete or move on. Marco was born in Rotterdam, Netherlands, and grew up swimming. View Profile »

Age 30

Weight 68kg

Height 1.76m

Joshua Lewis 20

Joshua Lewis

Points 0

Guernsey
GGY
Former swimmer Joshua Lewis was a comparative latecomer to the pro racing scene having only discovered triathlon in 2016. The Guernsey man quickly marked himself out as a threat to Channel Island rival Ollie Turner when he beat him in that year’s Commonwealth Games, finishing two places ahead of his rival in 24th. View Profile »

Age 29

Weight 72kg

Height 1.74m

Jannik Schaufler 21

Jannik Schaufler

Points 0

Germany
GER
Jannik Schaufler is one of triathlon’s hottest properties who is striving to prove himself on and off the race course. Jannik grew up focussed on soccer rather than triathlon, enjoying the team aspect of the sport but already showing a keen desire to be the best he could be. View Profile »

Age 25

Weight 61kg

Height 1.77m

Women

Jessica Learmonth 1

Jessica Learmonth

Points 15

United Kingdom
GBR
A star of the sport and of Super League Triathlon, Learmonth took the first ever Arena Games title in Rotterdam in 2020 where she was totally dominant. Her Super League pedigree was further underlined in her Championship Series debut season in 2021 as she won three events and finished second overall. View Profile »

Age 34

Weight 57kg

Height 1.68m

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Georgia Taylor-Brown

Points 14

United Kingdom
GBR
Georgia Taylor-Brown has battled her way through potentially career-ending injuries to the very pinnacle of triathlon, culminating in being crowned World Champion in 2020, winning two Olympic medals and the 2021 Super League Triathlon Championship Series. The Manchester-born athlete grew up in a sporting family. View Profile »

Age 28

Weight 55kg

Height 1.62m

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Cassandre Beaugrand

Points 13

France
FRA
Cassandre Beaugrand is one of the new breed of triathletes who have been in the sport from a very young age. Her journey began as a runner, with her mother competing at middle distance and her father, Ludovic Beaugrand, working as a coach at the Livry-Gargan Athletics Club in her hometown on the outskirts of […] View Profile »

Age 25

Weight 54kg

Height 1.77m

Vicky Holland 4

Vicky Holland

Points 12

United Kingdom
GBR
Vicky Holland was something of a latecomer to triathlon but has certainly made up for any lost time with an Olympic medal and a World Championship title on her stellar CV. The Gloucester born Brit was a brilliant swim talent as a youngster before turning her attention to running. View Profile »

Age 36

Weight 59kg

Height 1.68m

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Beth Potter

Points 11

United Kingdom
GBR
With her running and triathlon ability having combined in perfect unison, Potter made headlines worldwide in 2021. Just a week after a standout performance saw Potter produce a surprise victory in the Arena Games London, she ran a world record time of 14:41 on the road for 5km to stun the world of athletics too. View Profile »

Age 30

Weight 51kg

Height 1.70m

Léonie Périault 6

Léonie Périault

Points 10

France
FRA
One of the greatest tributes paid to Léonie Periault is that she has a legitimate claim to be France’s number one female triathlete. Given the outrageous strength of a team that also includes Cassandre Beaugrand, Emilie Morier and Sandra Dodet, that is quite an accolade. View Profile »

Age 28

Weight 51kg

Height 1.67m

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Katie Zaferes

Points 9

United States of America
USA
Katie Zaferes has gone from thinking that she didn’t stand a chance of earning a living from triathlon to becoming a World and two-time Super League champion. Katie grew up in Hampstead, Maryland, USA, and was always an active child. View Profile »

Age 33

Weight 63kg

Height 1.71m

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Taylor Spivey

Points 8

United States of America
USA
Taylor Spivey was a national champion in surf lifesaving before she found a love of triathlon that would become her career while studying in Florence, Italy. Spivey grew up in Redondo Beach, California, USA. View Profile »

Age 31

Weight 50kg

Height 1.60m

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Non Stanford

Points 7

United Kingdom
GBR
Non Stanford has built a reputation as one of Britain’s finest short course triathletes. The Welsh star, who was born in Bridgend and grew up in Swansea, started life as a cross country runner and took the Welsh Schools 1,500m title for three consecutive years from 2002-2004 and was third in 3,000m at the AAA […] View Profile »

Age 33

Weight 55kg

Height 1.70m

Sophie Coldwell 500x500 10

Sophie Coldwell

Points 6

United Kingdom
GBR
Sophie Coldwell is one of the world’s leading triathletes, consistently on the podium in World Series races and already a Super League Triathlon Arena Games champion having won in Rotterdam 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 […] View Profile »

Age 27

Weight 58kg

Height 1.67m

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Rachel Klamer

Points 5

Netherlands
NED
Rachel Klamer has spent the last decade as one of the most consistent performers on the world stage. Despite not even starting triathlon until she was 17-years-old, the Dutch star has more than made up for lost time with a reputation as an ultra-reliable athlete with multiple podiums to her name, including five in seven […] View Profile »

Age 32

Weight 50kg

Height 1.66m

Maya Kingma 12

Maya Kingma

Points 4

Netherlands
NED
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. View Profile »

Age 27

Weight 58kg

Height 1.70m

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Yuko Takahashi

Points 3

Japan
JPN
Yuko Takahashi can lay claim to being a lifelong triathlete. The Japanese swim-bike-run expert raced for the first time, aged just eight, and her love for the sport has kept her driven towards the goal of competing in a home Olympics in Tokyo. View Profile »

Age 31

Weight 54kg

Height 1.65m

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Emilie Morier

Points 2

France
FRA
Émilie Morier still has so much of her triathlon career ahead of her, which is especially impressive given she may have been racing for more years than many of her older peers. Émilie first raced a triathlon when she was just six-years-old. View Profile »

Age 25

Weight 59kg

Height 1.72m

Vittoria Lopes 15

Vittoria Lopes

Points 1

Brazil
BRA
Regularly one of the first athletes out of the water, Vittoria Lopes has built a reputation of racing from the front. The Brazilian’s swim pedigree should perhaps come as no surprise as her mother, Helda Lopes, raced in the 1975 Pan American Games in Mexico City while her cousin, Luiz Altamir Melo, swam for Brazil […] View Profile »

Age 26

Weight 53kg

Height 1.63m

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Valerie Barthelemy

Points 0

Belgium
BEL
Valerie Barthelemy is the epitome of a resident of the world who has put on hold a promising career to pursue her triathlon dream. Born in the USA to Belgian parents, Valerie lived in France, Thailand and the USA while she was growing up. View Profile »

Age 31

Weight 59kg

Height 1.68m

Ilaria Zane 21 17

Ilaria Zane

Points 0

Italy
ITA
Many top triathletes come from a swimming background – but Ilaria Zane may be the only one who has graduated from synchronised swimming. In her childhood in Mestre, Italy, Ilaria was focused on gymnastics before she found synchronised swimming. View Profile »

Age 30

Weight 48kg

Height 1.57m

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Simone Ackermann

Points 0

South Africa
RSA
Simone Ackermann faced a long road to achieve her triathlon dream. Simone was born in East London, South Africa, before moving to Whangarei, New Zealand, when she was nine-years-old. View Profile »

Age 32

Weight 56kg

Height 1.71m

Gillian Sanders 19

Gillian Sanders

Points 0

South Africa
RSA
Gillian Sanders is one of the most experienced athletes in the Super League field as a three-time Olympian, and also has a career in law. Growing up in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, Gillian was perhaps destined to be an athlete when you consider her sporting genes. View Profile »

Age 41

Weight 54kg

Height 1.69m

Spectate Jersey

Super League Triathlon 2021 Championship Series: Stage 3. Super League returns to the spectacular Elizabeth Marina for a fourth time as the world’s best triathletes battle it out in the fastest, most exciting and brutal racing on the planet. There will be live on the ground MCs guiding you through each part of the race as it unfolds, big screens so you can follow every second of the action and a Fan Zone that will host, food and beverage, and a main stage with various acts.

The tight stadium-like course is truly spectator friendly allowing you to see the athletes multiple times as they complete laps of this fast, technical and compact venue, which always generates an electric atmosphere. The race is set out so you can see the athletes pass you a number of times as they complete laps of this fast, technical and compact course. All the entertainment you’ll need for what will be an epic weekend of professional sport and active participation.

Spectating is free – register for the latest info and offers.

For hospitality, please visit Corporate Tab.

Venue Map

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How to get here

Location Address
Rue De L'Etau, St Helier, Jersey JE2 3WF, United Kingdom

From Elizabeth Harbour

Exit the harbour toward St. Helier. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit designated to the hotel. Continue directly to the end of the road to find the venue.

From Jersey Airport:

Local bus route 15 departs from the stop immediately outside the arrivals terminal. Regular departures leave throughout the day for the 30-minute journey to Liberation Bus Station in St. Helier. Timetables and fares are published by the route operator, Liberty Bus.

From Liberation Bus Station: Exit the bus station on the left, and walk toward the junction. Cross Castle Street and turn left. Cross the roundabout and turn right, walking past Fitness First. Walk through the leisure complex on the left, passing Cineworld. Upon reaching the road, turn right and continue to the end to arrive at the venue.

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Event Schedule

Corporate Triathlon - PQ Relay: Swim (300m) - Bike (4km Static) - Run (1.6km) - Swim - Bike - Run - Swim - Bike - Run

09:00

Pros WarmUp Show

10:45

Championship Race | Enduro | Women
Walk On - Race - Winners Ceremony

11:30

Championship Race | Enduro | Men
Walk On - Race - Winners Ceremony

12:50

Awards Ceremony (PQ & Pros)

14:00

Youth Men - SBR-SBR

15:00

Youth Women - SBR-SBR

15:45

Junior Women - SBR-SBR

16:30

Junior Men - SBR-SBR

17:15

Event End

18:30

Age Group Racing

07:00

RBC Race for the Kids

12:00

Fanzone Schedule

DJ Stefunk - playing all day from

09:00

​​Fanzone Vendors & Bar Open

10:00 - 18:00

Dance Performance with Silhouette Dance Studios

10:00 - 10:30

Zumba with Leila

10:30 - 11:00

​​Muay Thai Display from Blood Fitness

11:00 - 11:30

Pro Racing

11:30 - 14:00

Athlete Interviews on stage

14:00 - 15:00

​​Irish Dancing Demonstration from Cannon O’Rafferty School Irish Dance

15:00 - 15:30

Grace Voisin Sings

15:30 - 16:00

JERSEY BOUNCE Live on Stage!

16:00 - 18:00

Closing

- 18:00

DJ Stefunk - Playing all day from

09:00

​​Fanzone Vendors & Bar Open

10:00 - 15:00

​​Theatre Workshop Performance

10:30 - 11:00

Staggered RFTK warm-ups with STRIVE

11:30 - 12:30

Closing

- 15:00

On Location

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Do you want to know how close you can compare times to some of the very highest level performers on the planet in the same location, with the same conditions and carried along by the same roaring crowd? Then the Age Group Races in Jersey’s St Helier are for you! View Age Group E-Brief ›

The Age Group races will take place on the morning of Sunday, 19th of September. Once the racing is completed, you’ll be greeted with a Super League Triathlon goodie bag, finishers medal and awards ceremony.

Age Group Races

Sunday 19 Sep 7:30

Sprint

swim 700m
bike 20km
run 5km

Individual

1 athlete completes all disciplines

Sprint for everyone! By choosing the Sprint Triathlon, you commit to an exciting challenge in all 3 disciplines. The race will be a swift swim - bike - run.

1 athlete Individual

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Sunday 19 Sep 7:30

Sprint Relay

swim 700m
bike 20km
run 5km

Relay Team of 3

Each athlete completes 1 discipline

Sprint Relay is a perfect fit for athletes emphasizing one particular discipline: swim, bike or run. Excel in all 3 triathlon disciplines in a team of 3. Each member completes a single discipline, doing either swim, bike or run.

3 athletes Relay Team of 3

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Sunday 19 Sep 7:30

Enduro

swim 250m
bike 10km
run 2.5km

Individual

1 athlete completes all disciplines x2

Enduro is made for athletes who truly want to put themselves to the test. Athletes competing in the individual Enduro race complete a swim-bike-run twice.

1 athlete Individual

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Sunday 19 Sep 7:30

Team Enduro

swim 250m
bike 10km
run 2.5km

Relay Team of 2 or 3

2 athletes: each completes 1 sequence 3 athletes: each completes 1 discipline

The Enduro Relay format comprises a swim-bike-run split between 2 or 3 athletes. In a team of 2, each member completes each sequence twice. In a team of 3, each member completes their chosen discipline twice.

2-3 athletes Relay Team of 2 or 3

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Youth & Junior Results

18.09.21
Enduro Youth women
18.09.21
Enduro Youth men
18.09.21
Enduro Junior women
18.09.21
Enduro Junior men

Championship Series

What is the Championship Series?

Super League Triathlon’s Championship Series is the season of races in which our athletes earn points towards the overall leaderboard. At the end of each season, the leaderboard decides who are crowned as the male and female Super League Triathlon Championship Series winners. The winners take home the coveted Boguslavskiy Trophy.

There are four events in the 2021 Championship Series, with amazing destinations around the world. Super League is the only globally broadcast series that answers the question: Who is the fastest triathlete in the world?

How do the races work?

Each race weekend features a star-studded men’s and women’s race, with everything on the line making it a nerve-wracking day for the athletes and compelling viewing for fans. All 20 men and 20 women to the start line hoping to get the better of one another across whichever of Super League’s unique race formats are being employed on that day.

The events have 1 of 4 formats – Enduro, Triple Mix, Equalizer or Eliminator – depending on the course and the racing excitement factor. And this is where Super League is truly unique. Our standard distances are:

Swim: 300m Bike: 4km Run: 1.6km

How do athletes score points?

Points are primarily accumulated according to the finish position of each weekend of the Championship Series. There are also cash bonuses to be accrued along the way for the fastest in the swim, bike and run disciplines across the Series. To see detailed race results or overall standings, please head over to leaderboards. The instant results may contain minor errors. They are finalized within 24 hours after the race takes place.

How many points do you get for a race?

The top 15 athletes score points across the regular Championship Series weekends. It is 15 for the winner down to 1 point for 15th place.

What’s the prize money on offer?

Super League offers a huge prize purse, which ensures the best talent on the start line and seriously competitive racing. There are prizes both for event finishes and the overall Championship Series leaderboard and the winners of the various coloured jerseys. Super League will announce its prize structure ahead of the start of the 2021 Championship Series.

On top of all that, every Super League athlete is guaranteed to be treated like a true professional. That means Super League pays for all flights, accommodation, food and provides all-around support, bike mechanics, physiotherapy, marketing, promotion, social media support and much more.

Want to find out more?

Check out the ultimate Championship Series Guide. It covers its essence, explains how the athletes are selected, describes the race formats and rules, deciphers how the points are scored, and reveals the amazing prizes.

Race Weekend

Which race categories are available at the event?

Age Group › Super League Sprint Triathlon

Age Group › Super League Enduro Triathlon

Run Race › RBC Race for the Kids

How do I register for a race?

You can register for any Super League race of your choice by visiting Super League Jersey Registration or any race event page listed above.

What time do I need to arrive on race day?

It is recommended to arrive no later than 1 hour 30 minutes before the race starts. Please go to the registration zone located in the Fanzone. Always allow plenty of time to register, prepare your equipment and make your way to the Race Start.

Where can I find my results?

Please visit the section Results on our homepage. All results will be published not later than 7 days post Race.

Where is the lost & found?

Please visit the INFORMATION TENT located at the Fanzone.

Where can I find event related festivities?

For more information on event related festivities please visit the SPECTATE section.

Where can I watch the race?

To locate the best race viewing spots, please visit the SPECTATE section.

Can my friends and family cross the finish line with me?

The field of play / finish line is strictly for participants of the race.

Can I go into the medical tent to check on the injured relative or friend?

The access to the medical tent is restricted to the medical personnel and patients. If you are listed as an emergency contact, you will be notified.

For any further enquiries please visit the INFORMATION TENT.

For medical assistance as a participant or a spectator please reach out to any member of SLT staff who will be able to assist or radio through for medical assistance.

Before the Race

Are there any age restrictions?

The minimum age requirement for Age Group (adult) race participation is 18 years as of 31 Dec of the current year.

There is no minimum age to participate in the RBC Race for the Kids.

Can I change my personal and race details?

For personal detail changes, please email us at info@superleaguetriathlon. com.

Can I enter multiple events?

You may NOT enter multiple events on the same day.

Where can I see the course map?

Please visit the PARTICIPATE section.

Can I change my wave allocation and my start time?

Please email info@superleaguetriathlon.com if you wish to participate with a friend and we will do our best to facilitate your request.

When will I find out my start time?

Start times will be announced no later than 4 weeks prior to the event.

Can I have the same race start time as my friends?

Due to the nature of our events, course limitations and or mixed abilities of participants unfortunately we cannot guarantee the same start/wave as your friends.

Please email info@superleaguetriathlon.com and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Do I need race day insurance?

The event is covered under Super League Triathlons Public Liability insurance. The event is permitted by British Triathlon. If you are a British Triathlon Federation member, you are covered as part of your membership. All those who are not British Triathlon Federation members will be required to pay a £5 day license at the point of entry.

I have a disability. Can I still participate?

Our race course is not designed to guarantee safety for participants with a disability, but are happy to consider requests to see if we can accommodate you.

Please email requests to: info@superleaguetriathlon.com

My desired race category is not available.

Our formats and races change based on the locations of our events. Please check out our other events to see if your desired race is available at a different venue.

If the race registration has been closed, is there a waiting list?

Unfortunately, we do not operate a waiting list.

I can’t race, can I get a refund?

We do offer transfer or deferral of Race entries.

Please refer to the Terms & Conditions on our website for more information.

Can I transfer my slot to another athlete?

Unfortunately, due to Health & Safety we cannot allow participants to transfer their place to another athlete.

After the Race

Where do I return my timing chip?

Please return your timing chip to one of the volunteers located in the finish area. If you leave the finish area without handing back your timing chip, please hand it in at the information tent in the village.

Who do I contact for lost property?

For lost property, please drop by the info tent at the Fanzone to file a report during the Fanzone operation hours.

To contact us after the event, please send an email to info@superleaguetriathlon.com.

Super League Triathlon is not responsible for any lost and/or damage items.

Rules

Can I listen to my music while I race?

For safety reasons personal music players are NOT allowed to be used during the race.

Can I use any stroke on the swim?

All strokes are allowed. If you wish to do backstroke, you must notify us prior to the event so we can allocate you to a specific wave.

Can I use disc brakes?

Yes. Disc brakes are allowed.

Can I use my disc wheel?

Disc wheels are allowed in non drafting races, but could still be banned on the basis of safety if wind speeds exceed certain tolerances and we would therefore recommend that all participants consider not using a disc wheel for this event.

Can I use tri bars on my bike?

Tri bars are fine to use.

Do I need a wetsuit?

The wetsuit rules for the event are in line with British Triathlon Federation rules and as such will depend on the water temperature on the day of the event. We therefore strongly recommend all participants come to the event with a wetsuit.

Does my bike helmet meet safety standards?

Helmets must be approved by a recognized national accredited testing authority and meet or exceed the safety standards of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and which is clearly labelled by the manufacturer as satisfying such standards.

How can I be sure that the water will be safe to swim in?

Super League takes the safety of its athletes very seriously and conducts Water Quality testing before allowing any athlete to swim.

Is the race draft legal?

All Age Group events are non drafting.

Is drink water available during the race?

Yes. Water is available during the run and at the finish.

Can I get a full refund if I provide a medical certificate?

We do offer transfer or deferral of Race entries. Please refer to the Terms & Conditions on our website for more information.

Where do I find more information on rules and regulations?

The event is run in line with British Triathlon Federation rules which can be found here. Any adaptations to these rules will be communicated in the participant guide no later than 4 weeks prior to the event.

Travel & Accommodations

Do I need a travel visa?

Please check visa requirements for travellers from your country by contacting the local embassy or visit Visa & Immigration Policies for more information.

Where can I book my accommodation?

The official event hotel is the Radisson Blu Waterfront.

Address:
Rue De L’Etau St Helier, Jersey
JE2 3WF
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 1534 671 100
Email: info.jersey@radissonblu.com
Website: Radisson Blu Waterfront

The only way to book the official event hotel is through this booking link.

What is the expected temperature in Jersey in September?

The average temperature is 16°C (61F), with the highest temperature of 18°C (64F) and the lowest temperature of 13°C (55F).

What is the water temperature in Jersey in September?

The average water temperature for September is approx. 16°C (61F).

RBC Race for the Kids

Thank you for joining us!

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Sunday 19 Sep from 12:00

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Race start Sept 19

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The hugely popular RBC Race for the Kids is back. More than 1% of Jersey’s entire population participated in 2019, and even greater numbers are expected in 2021.

It offers the whole family, friends (and dogs) the chance to walk, wheel or run 2.5km or 5km and raise money for RBC’s chosen charity partner, Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, continuing to support Jersey’s youth through the Future Conservationists programme.

Venue: Elizabeth Marina

To find out more, visit RBC Race for the Kids Website.

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