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British Triathlon Paratri Super Series Explained
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British Triathlon Paratri Super Series Explained


The Paratri Super Series is British Triathlon’s domestic racing series that gives paratriathletes with a range of disabilities the opportunity to compete in accessible events throughout the year.  

Who can compete?  

The British Triathlon Paratri Super Series is open to anyone with a disability who wants to race. While the series does follow World Triathlon and Paralympic rules regarding classifications, it also has an non-classified category allowing those without a paratriathlon classification the chance to compete.  

The non-classified section provides anyone with an impairment, which can include physical, neurological, visual, hard of hearing or intellectual impairments, the opportunity to take part in dedicated paratriathlon events.  

The classification section forms part of the performance pathway to develop paratriathletes, providing competitive races against other athletes within classifications and allowing for progression within the sport. These classifications align with the World Triathlon and Paralympic systems to prepare athletes with the aspiration to for future racing at higher levels. Overall series winners are also crowned at the Grand Final for those competing within a classification.  

To learn more about paratriathlon classifications click here.


The series starts on 24 March with the British Paraduathlon Championships at Oulton Park. Wales plays host to the next two rounds with racing taking place at Llanelli on 11 May before athletes compete on the same course as elite paratriathletes at World Triathlon Para Series Swansea. Arctic One ParaTri Festival at Eton Dorney hosts the British Paratriathlon Championships on 13 July before the season ends at the Grand Final on 15 September at Mallory Park.  

Please note an athlete’s best three finishes will be used to determine their final position in classified categories.  

How do I sign up? 

Paratriathletes can sign up for as many races as they like within the series and must register through each event individually. The full list of events and how to sign up can be found here.

For more information on the Paratri Super Series click here.  

Want to go further? 

Anyone with an interest in exploring the performance possibilities within paratriathlon, in particular with a view to racing at a future Paralympic Games, can get in touch with the British Triathlon’s Paratriathlon Pathway Manager, Tom Smith. 

Tom and the team will be able to provide more information about the pathway, support within the sport, and upcoming opportunities. To get in touch, please email or click here.