Who Will Win The Super League Triathlon Championship Series? Women’s Permutations

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// Championship'21 Leaderboards

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Athlete Team Rank Points Jerseys Rank Points Jerseys Rank Points Jerseys Rank Points Jerseys Rank Points Jerseys
Georgia Taylor-Brown
United Kingdom
Georgia
Taylor-Brown
1 60
5 overall overall leader
5 run run leader
2 14
5 run run leader
2 14 2 14
5 run run leader
2 18
5 overall overall leader
Jessica Learmonth
United Kingdom
Jessica
Learmonth
2 59
3 bike bike leader
1 15
3 overall overall leader
1 15
3 overall overall leader
3 swim swim leader
1 15
3 overall overall leader
3 swim swim leader
3 bike bike leader
4 14
Slt Athletes S19
United States of America
Katie
Zaferes
3 49
1 slt jersey
4 12 4 12 7 9 3 16
Beth Potter 21
United Kingdom
Beth
Potter
4 39
10 slt jersey
7 9 3 13
10 run run leader
5 11 10 6
Vicky Holland
United Kingdom
Vicky
Holland
5 38
9 slt jersey
3 13 8 8 4 12 11 5
Taylor Spivey
United States of America
Taylor
Spivey
6 37
4 slt jersey
6 10 5 11 8 8 8 8
Léonie Périault
France
Léonie
Périault
7 34
12 slt jersey
8 8 10 6 6 10 6 10
Cassandre Beaugrand
France
Cassandre
Beaugrand
8 33
2 slt jersey
10 6 14 2 3 13 5 12
Sophie Coldwell
United Kingdom
Sophie
Coldwell
9 30
7 slt jersey
5 11 6 10 10 6 13 3
Rachel Klamer
Netherlands
Rachel
Klamer
10 25
8 slt jersey
12 4 7 9 11 5 9 7
Results posted shortly after the race may contain errors.

It’s a race for first – and a race for third – in the Super League Triathlon Championship Series finale, but with the very biggest of hitters joining the field the outcome is very much up in the air.

Jess Learmonth has totally dominated in 2021, with a perfect record of three wins from three.

Realistically only Georgia Taylor-Brown, who has had three second places, can prevent Learmonth from getting her hands on the trophy.

However, it is slightly more interesting than that. With Lucy Charles-Barclay and Flora Duffy standing on the start line, there could be a serious shake-up to the established order of the first three races.

Learmonth may have the beating of her competitors at the moment, but will that be the same for a sea swim and with both the Olympic champion and the Ironman 70.3 World Champion in the mix? Could they break up the field, or get in between Taylor-Brown and Learmonth to ensure a crazy end to the Series?

Also on the line is the battle for third. Vicky Holland, Beth Potter and Katie Zaferes are all tied on 33 points and know whoever finishes highest is likely to scoop the podium spot and a $25,000 payout – a difference of $15,000 from fifth place.

It’s going to be a thriller on Zuma Beach. Here are the permutations:

For Jess Learmonth to win:

  • She needs to finish either ahead of Georgia Taylor-Brown or not more than one place behind her.
Super League 2021 Munich Womens Race Jessica Learmonth

For Georgia Taylor-Brown to win:

  • She needs to finish 2 places above Learmonth, i.e 1st and 3rd, 2nd and 4th etc. That simple. Based on most of the races this season, you’d have said that there was unlikely to be anyone capable of splitting the two, but the addition of Duffy and Charles-Barclay really opens up some potential here. Taylor-Brown will need a hell of a race, but the possibility is there
Super League London Womens Race

The race for 3rd place:

  • Taylor Spivey and Sophie Coldwell could mathematically do it, but it’s very unlikely
  • Realistically whoever finishes ahead out of Holland, Potter and Zaferes will most likely take the final place on the podium
Katie Zaferes

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