ETU European Cup action, Ironman and Super League Triathlon qualification up for grabs
A seven-strong British squad will be heading to Sweden for the Malmo ETU Sprint Triathlon European Cup.
Kate Waugh will be on the start line following a third place finish at last month’s Nur-Sultan ITU Triathlon World Cup. Waugh will be joined by Sophie Alden, Zoe Thomas and Jenny Manners.
In the Elite men’s race, Grant Sheldon will return to action this weekend following injury. Iestyn Harrett and Jimmy Kershaw will also be competing in Malmo.
Isabel Atkins will be the sole British athlete at this weekend’s Tabor ETU Triathlon Junior European Cup looking to build on a top ten finish achieved at the Olsztyn ETU Triathlon Junior European Cup in May.
The fifth and penultimate round of the British Triathlon Senior Super Series takes place this weekend at Parc Bryn Bach in Wales. The latest round of the series is also a Junior World Championship Qualifier for Lausanne so there is plenty to play for.
The British Para Super Sprint Championships also takes place this weekend in Wales alongside a mixed TriStar 1 open water aquathlon and four waves of TriStar 2 and 3 open water triathlons as well as two waves of an enduro-style event for the British Triathlon School Games.
Corinne Abraham, Kimberley Morrison and Caroline Livesey will all be representing Great Britain this weekend in Estonia with athletes taking on a 3.8km swim, a 180km bike course and 42.1km run.
This weekend Ottawa will be the scene of the third and final Super League qualifier of 2019 as athletes look to secure the final spots for the Championship Series that gets underway next month in Jersey. A top three finish will guarantee athletes a golden ticket and qualification to the Championship Series.
Oliver Turner will once again look to use his experience from the 2018-19 series to his advantage in claiming a spot for the Championship Series.