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Super League announces 2023 season

This year's series once again slated to feature many of the top short-distance athletes in the world

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Promising a “refreshed format to be announced soon,” Super League Triathlon has released the venues and dates for this year’s Championship Series, along with the names of some of the stars we’ll see competing in the four-event series.

Things kick off on London, UK at the end of August, followed by races in Toulouse, FRA, Malibu, USA and Neom, Saudi Arabia. The races won’t take place on successive weekends, as we’ve seen over the last few years.

  • August 27: London, UK
  • September 3: Toulouse, France
  • September 30: Malibu, USA
  • October 21: NEOM, Saudi Arabia

“Among the big names confirmed to race in the Series are British Olympic gold medalists Jonathan Brownlee, Alex Yee and Georgia Taylor-Brown,” a release from the organization confirmed today. Also in the mix are likely to be: “reigning champion Hayden Wilde, Cassandre Beaugrand, Taylor Spivey, Vincent Luis and two-time SLT champion Katie Zaferes as the USA star returns to action after the birth of her first child. Also competing is 15-year-old sensation Fanni Szalai, who launched herself on the world stage at this year’s Arena Games Triathlon series.”

“This year’s Championship Series is a celebration of our journey so far and the start of our next chapter of ambitious growth and exciting announcements for 2024,” CEO and Co-Founder Michael D’hulst says. “With iconic city venues and an incredible line-up of world-class athletes, I am expecting the most exciting and competitive racing yet.”