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Super League Triathlon’s eSports Cycling Series brings together some of the biggest names in the sport to compete for individual and team glory over three weeks of intense racing on Zwift. Prize money, national pride and the chance to be crowned the best cyclist in triathlon are all on the line in what is sure to be a gripping race series.
Date 11 June
Virtual Location London
Time 19:00 BST 20:00 CEST | 2pm EDT | 04:00 +1 AEST
Info Men's Race | London 8 Reverse - 1.5 laps | Distance: 25.3km More Info ›
Date 16 June
Virtual Location Harrogate
Info Women's Race | 2019 UCI Worlds Harrogate Circuit - 2 laps | Distance: 28km More Info ›
Date 18 June
Info Men's Race | 2019 UCI Worlds Harrogate Circuit - 2 laps | Distance: 28km More Info ›
Date 23 June
Virtual Location Watopia
Info Women's Race | Watopia Hilly Route - 2 laps + Hilly KOM | Distance: 20km More Info ›
Date 25 June
Info Men's Race | Watopia Hilly Route - 2 laps + Hilly KOM | Distance: 20km More Info ›
Marten Van Riel
Pierre Le Corre
Ben de la Porte
Thor Bendix Madsen
Kaue Willy Cardoso
Cedrik Bakke Christoffersen
In the men’s category, every race the combined times of the two fastest riders from each team will count towards the overall Team Classification Leaderboard.
Each race will also award points for the quickest athletes in intermediate sprints and KOMs/QOMs. Points for the sprints and KOMs will be awarded to the top five as 5/4/3/2/1. The team with the most points from these elements picks up a cash bonus at the end of the race.
These points plus points for the top ten across the finish line in each race (10/9/8/7/6/5/4/3/2/1) will contribute to the individual male leaderboards.
The women will race as individuals rather than teams. The top eight point scorers in each race will earn prize money. Points will be scored as 5/4/3/2/1 for QOM and sprints and 10/8/6/4/2 across the finish line.
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All men’s events will be raced in teams of four athletes, each representing their country (with a few guest appearances for other nations).
Guest riders (non-SLT-athletes) are allowed. However, a minimum of two riders per team must be SLT athletes.
Women will race as individuals rather than in teams.
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