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Super League Triathlon Munich

Super League Triathlon
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Super League Triathlon lands in Germany for the first time on Sunday, September 12 (2pm local time) as the race for the Championship Series titles hots up.

Britain’s Jess Learmonth and New Zealand’s Hayden Wilde top the individual leaderboards after taking the wins in the Series opener in London, while the Tim Don managed SLT Eagles head the SLT Teams table.

But it’s all to play in triathlon-mad Germany as Super League hosts its first event in the country with home favourites Jonas Schomburg, Jannik Schaufler, Anabel Knoll and Simon Henseleit all in action at the historic Olympiapark.

The race is held over the Equalizer format, meaning an Individual Time Trial on the bike to decide a pursuit start for two continuous rounds of swim-bike-run.

Hayden Wilde said: “I’m an athlete that doesn’t think about winning, I want to perform as well as I can and not worry about the result. If I race well and tactically then the outcome will be as good as it can be and that’s what happened in London.

“I didn’t know what would happen after two years of not racing this format and to come away on the top step was more than I expected. After winning a bronze medal at the Olympics I haven’t had a blowout I wanted as I can’t get back home to see friends and family so to enjoy racing is great and the atmosphere is fantastic. If you don’t enjoy Super League racing you should just quit triathlon because the atmosphere and experience we are given by Super League is just sensational.”

Jess Learmonth said: “I don’t feel the pressure. I wanted to get fitter throughout the Series so I am hoping I have banked that and will tick over for Munich and the ITT which will be fun.”


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