Potter, Holland and Szalai all announced for supertri E

World Champion Beth Potter and Olympic bronze medallist Vicky Holland are joining a spectacular British line-up for the supertri E World Triathlon Championships powered by Zwift in London on April 13.

Potter, who took the World Triathlon Championship Series crown last year, is a firm medal favourite for Paris, and has already secured her spot on the start line. The 32-year-old will be looking to build momentum early in the year and secure another World Championship crown at the London Aquatic Centre, tickets available now

Holland is among those in a wide open battle for the other two British Olympic slots, and knows she needs to take every opportunity to not only accrue valuable ranking points but to impress the selectors.

Also in for London is 16-year-old sensation Fanni Szalai, who announced herself on the world stage in the Esports format in Switzerland last year.

Holland, the ever-popular Rio 2016 Olympic bronze medallist, who is making a comeback to elite action after the birth of her first child. Holland, 38, is still in the mix for one more run at Olympic glory but will have to seize every chance, and a globally broadcast event against her rivals in a packed home arena is an incredible chance for her to shine.

Potter is a force to be reckoned with in this format. In six appearances she has only ever finished first or second - and has two London wins out of three to her name. It will be a format debut for Vicky Holland.

Already confirmed in a stellar women’s line-up is French star Cassandre Beaugrand, while Jonny Brownlee headlines the men’s field.

supertri E World Triathlon Championship powered by Zwift is one of sport’s most innovative, entertaining and award winning formats. It blends real life and virtual racing and featured at the IOC’s Olympic Esports Week. Athletes race in packed arenas with their efforts on the bike and run realised in a virtual race environment with a compelling broadcast product delivering a new generation of Esports fans and pure in your face intensity.

The 2024 edition will up the pressure for the pros even further with up to 60 athletes competing in a dramatic one-day World Championship event in partnership with World Triathlon on April 13 at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, tickets available now.

There will be no margin for error as a series of heats in the morning will see only 10 men and 10 women make it through to the final in the evening and a chance to lift the supertri E World Triathlon Championship powered by Zwift titles in front of a packed crowd at the iconic venue.

The heats will consist of two stages of swim, bike, run with a short break between them and a pursuit start for stage 2. The finals will be the full supertri E World Triathlon Championship format (Swim – Bike – Run // Run – Bike – Swim // Swim – Bike – Run) with a pursuit start in stage 3.

More athletes will be announced soon. For further information visit the supertri website. Tickets are available now.


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