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Performance Assessments Open 2024 British Triathlon Super Series
Senior Youth & Junior

Performance Assessments Open 2024 British Triathlon Super Series


The British Triathlon Super Series got under way for Youth, Junior and Senior athletes across two days in Nottingham and at Prestwold Hall Racetrack. Triathletes completed the swim leg on Saturday 20 April at the University of Nottingham swimming pool. The following day they completed the bike and run legs with each race operating a staggered start based on the swim times from the day before. The winner of each race was the first triathlete across the finish line. 

Take a look at who was on the podium across each category below.  

Youth A 

In the Female Youth A Category Hannah Painter was first across the line, despite starting 22nd following Saturday’s swim, with the fastest bike time of the race securing her the win.  

Megumi Hoshiko finished second and joined Painter on a charge through the field, setting the fastest run time of anyone as she came from 24th to get onto the podium.  The top three was completed by Isabel Moore, who after starting 12th, was just one second behind Hoshiko in a sprint finish.  

In the Open Youth A race Sam Redmond out-sprinted Ruben Price, as the pair put in almost identical run times to come first and second after they started the Sunday in 21st and 15th respectively. Archie Enstone ended the race in third, putting in the second fastest bike time of the race to move up from 24th at the start of day two.  

Youth B  

Annabelle Souter, who started the second day in third place, put in the fastest run time of the race to take victory in the Female Youth B race. Lauren Mitchell was the next to cross the line 10 seconds back as she moved up from sixth to end the first race of the season in second place. Millie Hannant then out-sprinted Carys Westcott to take third place as she joined Souter and Mitchell in improving on her starting position of fifth.  

As with the previous races, the top three in the Open Youth B race was made up of triathletes who were not there at the start of day two. Alex Dack started the day in ninth before putting in the fastest run time of the day to beat Liam Conway across the line by just over five seconds.  The pair were separated by a second at the start of the run. Conway, who was the only other triathlete in the race to finish the run in under eight minutes had started in 17th. Reuben Wadey was in third, climbing up from seventh at the start of the day.  


The Female Junior race saw Millie Breese come from 15th to cross the line first, with Helena Coy finishing second, the same place she started Sunday’s racing. Kate Mathison was the biggest climber of the top three as she made up 20 places across the bike and run legs to complete the top-three thanks to the fastest run time of the race. 

Brandon Pye was the first to cross the line in the Open Junior race, moving up from his fifth-place finish on Saturday’s swim leg. Deri Mccluskey started the day just behind Pye in sixth and was the next across the line. Rory Bryant started and finished the day in third to complete the podium places.  


In the Female Senior race Katie Rodda’s second fastest bike time of the race helped her on her way to claiming the win after finishing fourth in the swim. Ellie Hobbs made up 10 places on Sunday with the fastest bike time of the day to finish second 11 seconds behind Rodda. Jasmine Cooper also climbed up the standings from sixth place to finish third with the second fastest run time of the day.  

Osian Perrin was the quickest on the run leg as he climbed 16 places to cross the line in first place in the Open Senior race. Michael Garr jumped up two places from his starting position to take second place just three seconds behind Perrin. A further two seconds back was third place Lawrence Martindale, who finished the race where he started after the swim leg.