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Super League Triathlon Jersey 2017
Following Super League Triathlon’s second racing weekend after the inaugural SLT Hamilton Island, this time elite athletes take on the new racing formats in Jersey.
The top three athletes from Super League Hamilton Island – Richard Murray, Mario Mola and Jake Birtwhistle were set to meet at the start line alongside Jonathan Brownlee making his SLT debut. He’ll be joined by former World Junior Duathlon Champion and Youth Olympic Games Gold medal winner, Ben Dijkstra.
25 female athletes also took on the new SLT new races formats for the first time with British athletes represented by Jodie Stimpson, Non Stanford, Emma Pallant, Lucy Hall and Sophie Coldwell. They will be joined by Olympic Games Gold (2012) and Silver (2016) medallist, Nicola Spirig (SUI), Katie Zaferes (USA), Charlotte McShane (AUS) and Rachel Klamer (NED), amongst other high profile names.