This weekend’s swim, bike, run action is centred on two different continents as the penultimate World Triathlon Championship Series race takes place in Bermuda, while South Africa hosts IRONMAN 70.3 Mossel Bay.
World Triathlon Championship Series Bermuda (6 November)
Bermuda is the final chance for athletes to gain points ahead of the Championship Finals in Abu Dhabi at the end of the month (24-26 November).
Sophie Coldwell, Beth Potter, Grant Sheldon and Alex Yee will all be racing in the penultimate race of World Triathlon Championship Series as the series returns to the island for the first time since 2019.
Read our WTCS Bermuda preview below.
The men’s race will be the first to start on Sunday (6 November) at 3pm (GMT) followed by the women’s race at 6pm (GMT).
Live coverage will be available to watch on BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website, as well as triathlonlive.tv.
IRONMAN 70.3 Mossel Bay (6 November)
Emma Pallant-Browne will be back racing again, a week after claiming world bronze at the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in St. George, USA.
It continued a year of medals for the British pro triathlete who has four IRONMAN 70.3 wins in 2022 and will be on the women’s pro start line again in Mossel Bay, as will Frankie Sanjana. Sanjana raced in St. George last week and also had a top-10 finish at IRONMAN 70.3 Les Sables D’Olonne earlier this year.
Starting with a 1.9km swim from Santos Beach to the beach at Santos Bay, it’s then a 90km bike on an out and back course across hilly terrain and a 21.1km run to the finish.
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