Thinking of entering the 2022 British Triathlon Super Series and want to know how? Here’s all the important details on the entry process for what is set to be the biggest Super Series yet…
Athletes interested in being part of the British Triathlon Super Series 2022 can register their interest here to be notified when entries open in February 2022.
The Paratriathlon events in the 2022 British Triathlon Super Series are open to non-classified athletes with an impairment, in addition to those who hold a classification.
This is new for 2022 to open-up racing opportunities for paratriathletes to help with their development. Athletes will, however, need to have a classification in order to accumulate points in the overall Series and to be eligible to receive prize money.
Find out more about the Paratri Series here. Entry links will be available shortly.
Paratriathletes do NOT have to attend the Bike IRD’s or Performance Assessment weekend.
Pre-Performance Assessment IRDs will be held in March in Scotland, Wales, and in the north, midlands and south of England. More information on how to enter can be found here.
After attending the IRD’s athletes will then be invited to enter the Performance Assessments. The event is being held at the University of Nottingham (swim – day one) / Prestwold Hall Circuit nr Loughborough (bike/run – day two) on 2 & 3 April.
The Junior and Youth Super Series Explained document which gives all the information relating to the Series can be found here.
All Senior athletes should read the new Senior Super Series policy here to understand how they can be selected into the Series and whether or not you will be required to attend the Performance Assessments.
The Performance Assessments for Seniors are held in conjunction with Junior athletes on the weekend of 2-3 April.
Importantly some Senior athletes will need to attend a Pre-Performance Assessment IRD (also held in conjunction with Junior athletes) and information on who this applies to can be found here in the Senior Super Series Explained document, while more information on entering an IRD is here.