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Super League Triathlon Singapore 2019
Temperature and stakes were high as the world’s top triathletes headed to Singapore for the finale of the Super League Triathlon (SLT) Championship Series. Taking place on the beautiful island of Sentosa at the iconic ONE15 Marina, the elite athletes’ versatility, speed and endurance was tested to the max during two days of high intensity racing.
For the men, all eyes were on Olympic silver medalist Jonny Brownlee, and Commonwealth Games gold medalist and Olympic bronze medalist Henri Schoeman (South Africa) as they chased down the seemingly unstoppable Vincent Luis (France).
For the women, two-time ITU World Champion Flora Duffy was back from injury ready to race in Singapore and take on a world-class field that included the 2018 ITU bronze medalist, Katie Zaferes (USA).