Super League Marks Official Jersey Launch

Super League Triathlon is returning to Jersey with a promise of better experiences than ever before for spectators, Age Group athletes and viewers.

Today marks the official launch of the RBC Super League Triathlon Jersey with two-time Commonwealth Games gold medallist and GB star Jodie Stimpson in town to kick things off in style.

Super League are delighted to confirm a whole host of improvements for the event on 28-29 September, further building on what was an already spectacular weekend.

Among the changes being announced are a new run course, enhanced spectating experience, fan zones, unique food and drink options, big screens, live entertainment and a family area. A new course layout will also bring spectators closer than to the action than ever before.

As well as the stunning Pro races that will bring together the best triathletes in the world to battle it out over two intense days of racing in the sport’s most thrilling formats, there are also a host of Age Group options to suit everybody from beginners through to experienced triathletes.

This year also sees the launch of SLT’s bespoke travel packages available through JerseyTravel.com which offer return travel, race entry, VIP hospitality and the chance get up close and personal with the world’s best triathletes such as Jonny Brownlee, Vincent Luis, and Katie Zaferes in our exclusive hotel.

RBC are the headline sponsors for the event and will also be hosting the RBC Race for The Kids charity fun run on Sunday 29 September. With distances of 2.5km and 5km, it is another fantastic reason to bring the whole family with all proceeds donated to Mind Jersey.

David Bailey, Chief Operating Officer, RBC Wealth Management, said: “Royal Bank of Canada is thrilled to again be the title sponsor of the RBC Super League Triathlon Jersey. In what will be a great event supported by our island community, we’re also delighted to be bringing back the RBC Race for the Kids as part of the race weekend.

“It’s a wonderful opportunity for islanders of all ages and abilities to participate in a family fun run and raise funds for Mind Jersey and its mental health programme supporting Jersey’s young people.”