Super League Triathlon eSports Cycling Series on Zwift

Everything You Need To Know About Super League Triathlon’s eSports Finale

It is all to play for in the final race of the Super League Triathlon eSports Cycling Series.

The men’s Series is delicately poised heading into the last event and a grandstand finish is in the offing. Here’s all you need to know…

How close is the competition?

Extremely. The General Classification leaderboard could barely be any tighter. Australia lead the way but only three seconds separate them from third placed Canada, with Great Britain lying second.

There is also the small matter of the points section in the race. Australia took the win in the first event. Great Britain levelled it up in the second. Will either of them secure a deciding blow or will somebody else swoop in?

You can see the leaderboards here > >

What is at stake?

An awful lot of pride…oh, and quite a lot of money as well.

The leading team in the General Classifications after the final race picks up a cool $4,000 for their efforts. It’s half of that for finishing second and $1,000 for third.

There is also a $1,000 team bonus on the line for the nation that takes the most points in each race, and prize money for the first three individuals across the finishing line. In short, there’s plenty to play for.

What’s the final race format?

The last race of the Series is being held on Zwift’s Watopia course. It features six sprint and KOM sections to earn points.

The top two riders from each team across the finish line have their times combined and added to the General Classification leaderboard for the overall standings.

How are the individual riders getting on?

There isn’t any money on offer for the unofficial individual leaderboard, but all the points awarded in sprints and KOMs, plus points for the top ten across the line, are counted.

Australia’s David Mainwaring has a lead at the top, but with so many points on offer in the last race the likes fo British duo Alistair Brownlee and Mark Bucklingham in second and third respectively will fancy their chances of catching him.

How do I watch the race?

The race is live on Thursday June 23 from 7pm BST. Will McCloy and Chris McCormack will bring you all the action on Super League’s YouTube channel.

Set a reminder now via this link > >

Can I watch the previous races?

Yes. Just click the links below.

Race 1 > >

Race 2 > >

Where can I find more information?

Everything you could need to know is available via our eSports homepage.

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