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How to watch SLT Arena Games Rotterdam

After an exciting event in London fans look forward to another round of indoor racing

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After the exciting first round of action at the Super League Triathlon Arena Games Powered by Zwift that took place in London, England last month, triathlon fans will have the chance to watch more of the unique racing that combines swimming in a pool with bike and run races on the Zwift platform.

The racing gets started at 2 pm local time (8 am EST) with the women’s event, followed an hour later by the men’s race. This round of racing has lost a few of the big names that took part in the London event – runner-up Lucy Charles-Barclay is competing at the British Swimming Selection Trials, while Olympic silver- and bronze-medalist Jonathan Brownlee won’t be competing, either.

Both of the London champions are back, though, including Great Britain’s Beth Potter, who followed her impressive Arena Games win with a world-best 5 km road race less than a week later, and Belgium’s Marten Van Riel.

Potter and Van Riel will face some stiff competition – here’s a list of the competitors in each field:

Women: Rachel Klamer, Beth Potter, Lisa Tertsch, Sophie Coldwell, Alice Betto, Maya Kingma, Ilaria Zane, Kate Waugh, Anna Godoy, Rani Skrabanja.

Men: Marten Van Riel, Alex Yee, Alois Knabl, Jonas Schomburg, Vasco Vilaca, Aurelien Raphael, Anthony Pujades, Daniel Baekkegard, Marco van der Stel, Felix Duchampt.

The races will be live-streamed tomorrow on the Super League Triathlon Youtube channel.