Race Formats

Our unique SLT formats are condensed, unpredictable and challenging, requiring athletes to race hard, think smart and constantly fight for the win to score valuable SLT points.

Race Rules

TIE BREAKER – In the case of a tiebreaker in the League Rankings, the Athlete with the best result in the FINAL RACE of the Season will finish ahead of the other Athletes in the League rankings.

90 SECOND RULE – Competitors must also be aware of the 90 second rule which will keep them on their toes at all times! During a stage, any athlete behind by 90 seconds or more will be eliminated! The exact time or position of this elimination may vary ROUND per ROUND depending on the actual design of the course.

SHORT SHUTE – Is an earned advantage equivalent to bonus seconds but physically taken in the race. The time of taking the short Shute is a tactical decision by the athlete.

Triple Mix


Throwing the traditional swim-bike-run sequence out the window the Triple Mix shuffles the disciplines over three stages. Tactics for survival are fierce and athletes are eliminated from the race if they fall more than 90 seconds behind. Mistakes in this format are costly and the fight to stay in the race will be the focus. Nothing will be left on the course!



300M Swim – 5KM Bike – 2KM Run
(10 min. break)



2KM Run – 5KM Bike – 300M Swim
(10 min. break)



5KM Bike – 300M Swim – 2KM Run



Master of: TENACITY

The Eliminator tests the resilience, stamina and velocity of the athletes in a pressure-cooker format where field position proves key over timing. Athletes must finish high enough to not be eliminated whilst managing their effort against fatigue. Three stages of traditional swim-bike-run whereby athletes need to hold their ground and watch their backs in each stage to be eventually crowned as the most tenacious and tough athlete on the Super League Circuit.

Stage 1

300M Swim – 5KM Bike – 2KM Run
(10 min. break)

Stage 2 – Top 15 finishers from Stage 1

300M Swim – 5KM Bike – 2KM Run
(10 min. break)

Stage 3 – Top 10 finishers from Stage 2

300M Swim – 5KM Bike – 2KM Run




Want to see how quickly these athletes can go solo with no drafting or pacing help then the Equalizer is for you – favouring those with an aptitude for individual efforts Stage 1 consists of an all out solo TT, but in which discipline? The times taken here will set the scene and provide gaps for Stage 2.

Athletes who post good individual times in Stage 1 will be fighting hard to stay away from a charging main field over the SWIM-BIKE-RUN-SWIM-BIKE-RUN of Stage 2. Fast pack swimmers, bikers and runners will be battling to come through the field while those with a time advantage give their all to stay out front. The Equalizer will see the playing field levelled and racing in its purest form!


Stage 1 – Time Trial

Individual Time Trial


Stage 2 – Non-Stop

Enduro Style Racing

300M Swim – 5KM Bike – 2KM Run – 300M Swim – 5KM Bike – 2KM Run


Sprint Enduro


The Sprint Enduro splits into two stages, stage one is a SPRINT swim-bike-run format to determine the TOP 5 athletes from 2 heats selected by lucky draw to automatically qualify for Stage 2. The next 2 fastest athletes from the heats will also go through to Stage 2, giving the top 12 athletes a chance to race it out in a shortened Enduro style format of Swim-Bike-Run x2. Tactics for survival are fierce because if an athlete falls more than 90 seconds behind at the timing checkpoint in any discipline then they will immediately be removed. A true test of survival!


Stage 1 – The Sprint – Group Draw

  1. The field will be spilt in 2 groups by lucky draw
  2. 300M Swim – 5KM Bike – 2KM Run
  3. Rest until Stage 2


Stage 2 – Enduro Style Racing – Top 12 in Stage 1 Groups

  1. 12 athletes as mass group start
  2. 300M Swim – 5KM Bike – 2KM Run – 300M Swim – 5KM Bike – 2KM Run



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 swim-bike-run-swim-bike-run-swim-bike-run without any break. The added element of speed is tied into the race demands of The Enduro, with the two slowest athletes at the end of each discipline being eliminated immediately. The winner is the first athlete across the finish line upon completion of the entire race sequence.

Stage 1 – Non-Stop

300M Swim – 5KM Bike – 1.6KM Run – 300M Swim – 5KM Bike – 1.6KM Run – 300M Swim – 5KM Bike – 1.6KM Run


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