Races › Super League Triathlon Poznan 2019
Poznań is a place where the energy of the New Europe is merged with the civilization of the West. A metropolis with over half-a-million residents, Poznań is situated in the most economically developed region of Poland, closer to Berlin than to Warsaw. The city’s sports infrastructure allows for the organisation of major international sporting events. In the opinion of experts, Poznań has one of the most beautifully located regatta courses in the world, which every year is also the arena for swimming course for triathletes.
This SLT Race Event is organized in cooperation with Super League Poznan. Please visit Super League Poznan Website for more information.
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.
It’s been quite a year for Chris, who has been crowned as British Duathlon Champion and also won the ETU Indoor Triathlon in France. Grabbing his Golden Ticket via the Qualifiers in Poznan, Chris secured the chance to test himself against the very best in the business.
The older of the two Polyanskiy brothers, Dmitry Polyanskiy brings a wealth of experience to Super League. He has competed with the best athletes in the world for many years and has figured for Russia in the last three Olympics.
An experienced athlete with Olympic representation, Igor Polyansky relies on his swim and bike power to set the scene for his racing. Despite his years in the sport, he has found an entirely different test when it comes to SLT racing.
A great man once said youth is speed, and as a relative newcomer, Jayden Schofield will be hoping this is truer than ever. Jayden and his twin brother Luke, will be looking to hit the intense racing of SLT hard and fast with the intention of leaving a confused mass in their wake.
Relative newcomer, Luke Schofield will be hoping that true speed can be found when he steps into SLT. Luke and his twin brother Jaden, will be looking to hit the intense racing of SLT hard and fast with the intention of leaving a confused mass in their wake.
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.
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.
A fast youngster from Russia, Elena Danilova comes into SLT looking to expand on a growing palmarès, and launch herself to the front of the pro field. 13th at the European Championships in 2018, Elena has everything required to be in with a shot.
Olivia Mathias put in a stunning display in the Poznan Qualifier to earn her way into this year’s Championship Series. She is now looking to enhance her growing reputation further.
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