Super League Triathlon will move into major cities for the first time with stops in London, Munich and Malibu, as well as a return to Jersey.
The 2021 championship series will take place back-to-back across four weekends in September, making for a more compelling race series for audiences to follow and be engaged in. Coming off the back of the Tokyo Olympics, these athletes will be in peak form for some fast and furious racing!
Super League Triathlon’s 2021 Championship Series race calendar is:
There will be 20 female and 20 male athletes competing at each event on a single day of racing over Super League’s exciting formats, unlike previously where racing was split over two days in the weekend. We're definitely looking forward to more pain faces, thrills and spills as the fatigue builds up through this month of non-stop travel and racing for the athletes!
As well as the athletes contracted across the Series, the start list for each event will include a small allocation of Wildcard slots to be filled nearer the time.Racing in London will take place at West India Quay, at the Olympiapark in Munich and at Zuma Beach as part of the Malibu Triathlon, with Jersey’s event set to feature at St. Helier for the fourth time. Individual event details and announcements around global broadcast deals will be made in the coming months.
For more information, visit superleaguetriathlon.com.
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