Races › Super League Triathlon Ottawa 2019
Across the weekend of 3-4 August 2019, Ottawa will be the scene of the third and final qualifier event of 2019. Rest assured, it is going to be explosive! The professional athletes will be fighting it out to fill the last few spots available in our Championship Series while a multi-sport festival takes place around them!
Racing hard in Canada’s iconic capital city, athletes will get the chance to swim in the historic Rideau Canal and enjoy a weekend celebrating health, wellbeing, and movement.
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 (9 continuous stages) 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 easiest way to think about it is swim-bike-run repeated 3 times in a row without breaks in between. The added element of speed is tied into the race demands of the Enduro, with the slowest athlete eliminated immediately at the end of each discipline. The winner is the first athlete across the finish line upon completion of the entire race sequence.
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.
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.
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 […]
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.
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.
Placing second in our Poznan qualifier, 2018 Junior Oceania Champion, Desirae Ridenour has already shown she is tailor-made for SLT racing. She negated her perceived lack of strength on the bike with tactical awareness to gain access to the full season.
Relative newcomer, Megan Foley has only been racing since 2014. But her qualification for a pro licence in her first weekend of draft-legal racing shows her class.
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