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Super League Triathlon has proved so popular in Munich that it will return for a third event in just a year as the triathlon-mad German fans get ready for another intense battle at the stunning Olympiapark.
Munich was one of the most talked about events of the 2021 Championship Series, with its remarkable downhill transition run into the water causing all manner of thrills and spills.
French favourite Vincent Luis completed the win last year in the most exciting race of the day with a perfectly executed Short Chute to edge out Olympic legend Jonathan Brownlee. Will the 2 x SLT Championship Series champion dominate again in 2022?
As the second stop of the Championship Series, things will really be heating up. The early pace-setters will know they need to keep their foot on the gas to stay away at the top of the Leaderboard. Those who started slower than they wanted will be feeling the pressure to get back on track, knowing another weak display will make it hard to come back and challenge for honours.
The Olympiapark was built for the 1972 Olympic Games and has become a focal point for elite sport in Germany. This will be the third time that Super League have hosted an event at this iconic venue, following Arena Games Triathlon Munich Powered by Zwift, earlier this year.
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.
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.
The second stop on Super League Triathlon’s 2022 Championship series will be hosted at the Iconic Munich Olympic Park. This was the site of and the venue for the 2022 European Championships, and has also hosted Super League Triathlon on 2 previous occasions. The 2021 edition of Super League Triathlon Munich was one of the most talked about SLT events of the year. From Hayden Wilde’s shocking spill on the run down to the water, to the too close for comfort finish between Vincent Luis and Jonny Brownlee, two of the undeniable giants of the sport, Munich had it all, and is promising to be just as exciting a venue this time around. You’ll see the world’s best Triathletes battle it out in the fastest, most exciting and brutal racing.
The lively triathlon scene is sure to bring an electric atmosphere to Munich. At the event, there will be live on the ground MCs taking you through each part of the race as it unfolds, and BIG Screens so you can follow every second of the action.
Simply come along to Olympiapark Munich, on race day, and watch the best triathletes in the world battle it out on one of the most exciting and dynamic courses in triathlon.
JOIN US FOR THE SECOND INSTALLMENT OF SUPER LEAGUES CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES IN MUNICH’S ICONIC OLYMPIC PARK AND ENJOY THE ULTIMATE TRIATHLON HOSPITALITY EXPERIENCE, WHICH INCLUDES:
COST – €125pp
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Super League Triathlon Munich 2022 will take place at the Iconic Olympiapark Munich.
Coubertinpl. 1, 80809 München, Germany
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