Fresh from the podium in Edmonton, Vicky Holland and Georgia Taylor-Brown will welcome athletes from around the world to London as the Accenture Mixed Relay Cup takes place this weekend. Malmö hosts Hannah Kitchen and Calum Johnson at Saturday’s ETU Cup, and there’s an Age Group qualifier.
The Accenture Mixed Relay Cup heads to London on Saturday with teams from around the UK racing alongside international teams. Representing defending champions Leeds are Georgia Taylor-Brown, Tom Bishop, Lucy Hall and Sam Dickinson, whilst Vicky Holland and India Lee make their Mixed Relay Cup debut to form half of Team Bath. European Sprint Champion Sophie Coldwell will join Jodie Stimpson, Barclay Izzard and Chris Perham for Loughborough. Athletes have a unique opportunity to represent their training centres against international teams from Australia, USA, France and New Zealand.
To learn more about the Accenture Mixed Relay Cup and to find out all the teams, please visit here.
BBC will be showing a live stream of the events, you can find out more here.
2018 Malmö ETU Sprint Triathlon European Cup
After finishing second in the World Aquathlon Championships in Fyn, Hannah Kitchen takes on the sprint distance triathlon course in Sweden on Saturday. Calum Johnson will be racing for the first time in Malmö alongside other British men including Morgan Davis, Jack Willis and Liam Lloyd.
Men: Morgan Davis, Anthony Haynes, Calum Johnson, Jimmy Kershaw, Kieran Lindars, Liam Lloyd, Fergus Roberts, Jack Willis
Women: Emily Anderson, Hannah Kitchen, Bronwen Owen, Chloe Pollard
2019 ETU Standard Distance Triathlon Qualifier – Arundel Triathlon
Age Group athletes compete to qualify for the 2019 European Standard Distance Triathlon Championships taking place next year.
To learn more about the qualification process, please visit here.