There’s a Race for Everyone in Bali

Here at Super League we have your back. You don’t just have to be a Pro to race with us – in fact you might be surprised by just how many race options we offer.

BCA Super League Triathlon Bali 2020 is edging nearer and there are still options to get in on the action over the weekend of 13-14 June.

With so much of offer, and all of course in a tropical wonderland, it’s little wonder the event is so popular.

Here’s a quick guide to five ways to get involved in the racing action.


It’s the one the whole triathlon world wants a go at – and this is your chance.

Ever since Super League came on the scene the Enduro has fascinated triathletes. It has challenged the very best in the world, testing them to do something different.

Age Groupers don’t get off lightly either with two continuous rounds of swim-bike-run.

You really won’t have done anything like this before.


For those who want an introduction to triathlon or simply a traditional race then the Sprint event is the perfect choice.

A 600m swim, 20km bike and 5km run make up a race that is too good to miss. For full details click here.


If you feel like you either can’t manage the entire distance or want to race with friends, our relays are perfect.

We have built them in as options for both the Enduro and Sprint events.

And, what’s more, you can have a team of either two or three people, so there really are a lot of options and no excuses! Take a look.

Fun Runs

Prefer to forego the goggles and the wheels? No problem, we have got you covered.

Not only are we providing running only events, but we have a variety of distances lined up to suit everyone.

So whether you fancy tackling a 2.5km run, a 5k or a 10k, there is an option for you right here.

Splash and Dash

Why should the grownups have all the fun?

Super League is a family friendly event where anyone can take part and then enjoy relaxing in our amazing FanZone while being inspired watching the Pros in action.

The distances of the aquathlon events are divided by age with the bottom bracket, the 3-5-year-olds, doing a 30m swim and a 200m run. The top age bracket, 13-14, have a 100m swim and 800m run.

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