BCA Super League Bali 2020: Top 5 Must Knows

Super League Triathlon is returning to Bali for another mix of high-pressure Professional Qualifiers and fun filled Age Group and amateur racing.

The beautiful Indonesian island is set for its second year on the Super League circuit having delivered some spectacular races in its first outing.

BCA Super League Bali will bring its usual cocktail of thrills and spills to Nusa Dua on 13-14 June.

Here’s 5 things you can expect from an amazing weekend:

1. Paradise found

Bali is a mecca for tourists from across the world for a reason. It’s a stunning island with a wonderful climate, amazing food and accommodation and so much in the way natural beauty. It really is the perfect backdrop to enjoy racing, spectating and a holiday.

2. What an opener for the Pros

As the first Qualifier of 2020, there is sure to be some intense competition in the Pro ranks. With three Golden Tickets into the Super League Championship Series up for grabs for both the men and the women expect some intense racing.

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3. Water way to start

The Indian Ocean provides the most incredible location for athletes to enjoy their swim legs. With sea temperatures at the start of April around 28c and clear blue water to jump in to, it is about as perfect as you could wish for.

4. Race and watch

Bali proved itself to be a hugely popular destination in its first year on the Super League calendar with amateur athletes desperate to compete in the various Age Group events on offer, including the game-changing Enduro format. And after taking part there is the chance to soak up the achievement and watch the Pros in action. What better way to spend a weekend? Registration opens on November 15th.

5. It’s a family affair

Super League is famous for its family friendly atmosphere, and not only is it the perfect event to bring the kids along to spectate but they can also take part with some special races just for the little ones including a Splash and Dash.

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