Super League Triathlon announces “star line-up” for Championship Series

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It’s nearly September, and that means it’s nearly time for the spectacular Super League Triathlon (SLT) Championship Series to kick off again. The 2022 series will star some great triathletes, that’s what the start list, which was announced yesterday, reveals. Among those names, are the likes of three-time Olympic medalist Jonathan Brownlee, Vincent Luis, Olympic bronze medalist Hayden Wilde, Olympic silver medalist Georgia Taylor Brown, Sophie Coldwell and Beth Potter.

Super League Triathlon announced twenty names for both the men’s and women’s event, but also revealed the first wild card athletes: Cassandre Beaugrand, Richard Murray and Laura Lindemann. More wildcard athletes will follow later.

Check out the full start list down below. Want to see when and where athletes will race? You can find a race schedule here.


  • Verena Steinhauser (Italy)
  • Natalie Van Coevorden (Australia)
  • Hanne De Vet (Belgium)
  • Emma Jeffcoat (Australia)
  • Nicole van der Kaay (New Zealand)
  • Georgia Taylor-Brown (Great Britain)
  • Jeanne Lehair (Luxembourg)
  • Miriam Casillas García (Spain)
  • Taylor Spivey (USA)
  • Alissa König (Switzerland)
  • Sian Rainsley (Great Britain)
  • Cathia Schär (Switzerland)
  • Sophia Green (Great Britain)
  • Sophie Coldwell (Great Britain)
  • Sara Röel (Mexico)
  • Beth Potter (Great Britain)
  • Kate Waugh (Great Britain)
  • Non Stanford (Great Britain)
  • Rachel Klamer (Netherlands)


  • Max Stapley (Great Britain)
  • Shachar Sagiv (Israel)
  • Chase McQueen (USA)
  • Tyler Mislawchuk (Canada)
  • Valentin Wernz (Germany)
  • Jamie Riddle (South Africa)
  • Daniel Dixon (Great Britain)
  • Hayden Wilde (New Zealand)
  • João Silva (Portugal)
  • Matt Hauser (Australia)
  • Tayler Reid (New Zealand)
  • Sergio Baxter Cabrera (Spain)
  • Henri Scoeman (South Africa)
  • Jonathan Brownlee (Great Britain)
  • Vasco Vilaca (Portugal)
  • Kenji Nener (Japan)
  • Vincent Luis (France)
  • Emil Holme (Denmark)
  • Jonas Schomburg (Germany)
  • Marten Van Riel (Belgium)