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Super Series The 2023 Winners
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Super Series The 2023 Winners


The British Triathlon Super Series returns on 24 March with the British Triathlon Paraduathlon Championships playing host to the first round for paratriathletes, before the Youth, Junior and Senior season gets underway on 20 April at Nottingham University Swimming Pool.  Here we take a look at the triathletes and paratriathletes who were crowned winners last year.  


In the Open PTWC category, Luke Applegate was the overall winner. He won at both World Triathlon Para Series Swansea and the Grand Final with a third-place finish at Eton Dorney between the two results. His Grand Final victory, with the additional points it provides, saw him finish 0.3 points clear of second place Bret Crossley. In the Female PTWC category, Mel Nicholls won at Prestwold, Llanelli and Eton Dorney on her way to being named overall series winner.  

Nathaniel Costigan was the overall winner in the Open PTVI category as he finished second on five occasions.  

Victory in the Grand Final saw Jack Howitt named series winner in the Open PTS2 series as he narrowly beat Ethan Dent. The pair were separated by just a point following the final race of the season.  

Wins for Henry Urand at Prestwold, Eton Dorney and in the Grand Final saw him claim the PTS3 Open crown. His World Class Performance Programme teammate Finley Jakes was the overall winner in the Open PTS4 category thanks to his wins at Prestwold, Llanelli, Eton Dorney and the Grand Final. In the Female PTS4 Category, Hannah Moore was the overall winner as she won three times in 2023.  

Tom Barnard’s three straight wins at Llanelli, Swansea and Eton Dorney helped him on his way to winning the Open PTS5 Category, while Cheryl Went was the Female PTS5 winner with three victories at Prestwold, Llanelli and the Grand Final.  

The British Triathlon Paratri Super Series provides paratriathletes with a range of disabilities the opportunity to take part in regular, accessible events that provide a competitive and fun environment. For those wishing to take part who do not have a paratriathlon classification, the series has an unclassified category that allows anyone with a disability to take part still.

To enter the first Paratri Super Series race of the season click here 


Annabelle Souter was the overall winner in the Female Youth A category. She won four times in 2023, standing on the top step of the podium at the Performance Assessments, the South Aquathlon, AJ Bell 2023 World Triathlon Championship Series Sunderland and the Eton Eliminator. Never off the podium in 2023, Arthur Ballard was Youth A Open champion with wins at Lochore Meadows, Mallory Park and AJ Bell 2023 World Triathlon Championship Series Sunderland before ending the season with a third-place finish at the Grand Final.  

Helena Coy stood on the top step of the podium on seven occasions, including the Grand Final, on her way to winning the Female Youth B category. Back-to-back wins at Eton Eliminator and the Grand Final helped Luke Holmes claim the Open Youth B crown. 

In the Female Junior category, Isla Hedley came away as the overall winner. She was on the podium at each of the six rounds she raced in, winning twice at the Junior World Trials and Lochore Meadows. Oliver Conway started the season with back-to-back fourth places, but ended with four straight podium finishes, including wins at the South Aquathlon and the Grand Final, on his way to winning the Open Junior category. 

A Grand Final victory to end the season for Annabel Morton helped her claim overall victory in the Female Senior category after she started the year in second place at Llanelli. Four podium finishes, which included wins at Eton Eliminator and Mallory Park, saw Chris Perham win the Senior Open category.   

The British Triathlon Super Series provides triathletes from ages 15+ the chance to access regular competitive racing and is split into four age categories, Youth A, Youth B, Junior and Senior. All Youth and Junior athletes must complete the Performance Assessments, with Senior Athletes who do not meet the Series criteria also having to complete them. To learn more about the Performance Assessments Weekend and entry requirements click here.