A busy month of multisport action continues this weekend both in the UK and internationally. Find out when and where athletes are racing with our weekend preview.
Hamburg Wasser World Triathlon Championship Series Hamburg
The 2022 World Triathlon Championship Series gets underway in Germany this weekend with four Brits involved in the individual racing on Saturday. A British team will also be competing in the mixed relay event on Sunday. Read our full preview below.
All three races will be live on the BBC, with more information available on the button below.
Super League Triathlon Jersey – Enduro
The third stage of the Super League Triathlon Championship Series sees the racing return to Jersey on Saturday, with the action being competed over the Enduro format – three continuous repeats of swim (300m), bike (4km), run (1.6km).
The swim legs will take place in the Elizabeth Marina with mass start for the first discipline of the event. Each bike leg will consist of four 1km laps and each run leg, two 800m laps. These short, sharp routes will provide plenty of action as athletes battle it out across the course.
Following back-to-back all-British podiums in London and Munich, Jess Learmonth, Georgia Taylor-Brown, Beth Potter, Vicky Holland, Sophie Coldwell and Non Stanford will be looking to make it three from three in Jersey. In the men’s race, Jonny Brownlee and Alex Yee will be looking to repeat their double podium from last weekend. Joining the racing this weekend are Channel Islanders Oliver Turner (JER) and Joshua Lewis (GUR).
Following the conclusion of the ceremonies, youth and junior athletes will take to the course to compete in two continuous swim, bike, runs.
The women’s race starts at 11:30am and the men’s race at 12:45. You can catch the action live on BT Sport, TriathlonLIVE and SLT TV.
IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship, St. George, Utah
By qualification only, St. George will host the 70.3 World Championship as athletes go for gold in the red rock, hilly landscape of Utah.
Following a swim in Sand Hollow Reservoir, the 90.1km bike course will take athletes from the reservoir and out onto the edge of the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area and towards St. George. The run will then take athletes out of the city and back again for two laps before bringing them back in to reach the finish where the world champions will be crowned.
Holly Lawrence, Lucy Chares-Barclay, Emma Pallant-Browne, Katrina Matthews, Nikki Bartlett, Lucy Hall, India Lee, George Goodwin and Elliot Smales are all named on the start list which is available below pending withdrawals and subject to change.
IRONMAN 70.3 Aix-en-Provence, France
The south of France will provide a picturesque setting for all athletes racing. Kicking off with a lake swim (1.9km) in the Lake of Peyrolles, the race will then lead athletes into the countryside of Provence for a 90km bike course. A challenging ride which combines technical sections with hilly ones, the route will lead athletes from the lake and into Aix-en-Provence for the final discipline.
The three-lap run, totalling 21.1km, will see athletes run through the city and Parc de la Torse before reaching the finish at Fontaine de la Rotonde. As well as a scenic venue, IRONMAN 70.3 Aix-en-Provence also offers qualifying slots for the 2022 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship.
Named on the start list below are British athletes Brett Halliwell, Andrew Horsfall Turner, Fenella Langridge and Kimberley Morrison.
Offering slots for the IRONMAN World Championship 2022 in Kona, this race in Austria comprises a 3.8km swim, 180.2km bike and 42.2km run around Lake Worthersee and the surrounding area with the race ending back near the lake itself.
Chantal Cummings is the sole Brit listed on the start list (available below). Cummings is heading into the race following a third placed finish at IRONMAN UK and second placed finish at IRONMAN 70.3 Warsaw in July and September respectively this year.
IRONMAN 70.3 Weymouth
Taking place along the Jurassic Coast, Weymouth and wider Dorset will welcome athletes back to South West England for a sea swim, followed by a bike around the Dorset countryside and finishing with a run along Weymouth’s esplanade.
Further IRONMAN events taking place around the world with British athletes include: IRONMAN 70.3 Jonkoping, IRONMAN Italy Emilia-Romagna, IRONMAN 70.3 Marbella, IRONMAN 70.3 Slovenian Istria and IRONMAN 70.3 Washington Maple Valley.
2021 World Triathlon Powerman Long Distance Duathlon Championships Zofingen
With international racing once again taking place for the Great Britain Age-Group Team, British athletes will line up on the start line in Switzerland across the age categories.
Located in the north of Switzerland between Bern and Zurich, Zofingen will see athletes run, bike, run their way through the city and surrounding countryside on the multi-lap format of each stage.
Triathlon Scotland Cross Triathlon Championships
Aviemore Triathlon will host the Scottish Cross Triathlon Championships this weekend as Triathlon Scotland members compete to be crowned national champion.
Loch Morlich is where the action will start before the mountain bike and run stages take place on the trails of Glenmore Forest.
Triathlon England Aquathlon Championships
Worthing is the venue for this year’s English Aquathlon Championships with members of Triathlon England heading to the south coast in search of the national titles.
The 750m sea swim is followed by a 5km run along the town’s promenade before reaching the finish line on the beachfront.
Welsh Triathlon Super Series
Stage 4 of the Welsh Super Series is a sprint distance triathlon hosted by the Sandman Sprint Triathlon at Newborough Beach.
The penultimate race in the series, the race will be competed over a 750m sea swim, 22.9km bike and 5.4km run which will lead athletes taking part through forests, dunes and along the beach.
Great Britain Age-Group Team Qualifiers
Darley Moor Race Circuit hosts a qualifier event for the 2022 World Triathlon Sprint Distance Duathlon World Championships .
You can find out more about Age-Group Team racing and qualifying, as well as British and Home Nation Championships by clicking on the button below.