supertri E London


supertri E London 2024

🏊‍♀️🚴🏃‍♀️ The Aquatics Centre is the place to be for supertri E London featuring a host of world’s best triathletes.

NEWSFLASH: supertri E London 2024 is a wrap!  Check out our TRIATHLON section here for more events coming up in or around the capital including supertri League London. 

CONGRATULATIONS to Team GB’s Beth Potter who would not be denied in an epic battle with French star and world number one Cassandre Beagrand in the women’s race at supertri E London.  Potter is now the supertri E London and world triathlon 2024 champion.  USA star Katie Zafares completed the podium places.  In the men’s race USA’s Chase McQueen took the spoils.  McQueen stormed to victory ahead of home favourite Max Stapley in second and France’s Maxime Hueber-Moosbrugger in third.  Stay tuned here for our preview of the 2025 event!


It’s triathlon but not as you’ve known it at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.  Previously known as Arena Games Triathlon, the supertri E World Triathlon Championship powered by Zwift is raising the stakes with supertri E London.  A single day event deciding the 2024 world titles.  All under one roof!

Doors open at 5.30pm.  Men’s final at 6.45pm.  The women’s final is just before 8pm.  The world number one and two – French standout Cassandre Beaugrand and the world champion from Scotland, Beth Potter – are among the headline acts in the women’s race.  And rising star Hugo Milner, tipped to represent Team GB at the Paris Olympics, goes in the men’s race (see below for our ‘ones to watch’).

supertri E is the next evolution of an award-winning revolutionary E sport triathlon format that blends real-life and virtual racing.  The result is an exciting and immersive experience for both athletes and spectators.  The best triathletes in the world take part in real-life and virtual reality blended racing, all under one roof, to provide a truly immersive viewing experience for fans whether viewing in the venue or remotely.

supertri E London – Competition Format

60 athletes will compete at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park at this dramatic one-day World Championship event in partnership with World Triathlon.  There will be no margin for error.  A series of heats in the morning will see only 10 men and 10 women make it through to the final in the evening for the chance to lift the supertri E World Triathlon Championship powered by Zwift titles in front of a packed house at the iconic Aquatics Centre.

The heats will consist of two stages of swim, bike, run with a short break between them and a pursuit start for stage 2.  The finals will be the full supertri E World Triathlon Championship format (Swim – Bike – Run // Run – Bike – Swim // Swim – Bike – Run) with a pursuit start in stage 3.

As well as World Championship titles, the event also contributes points to the World Triathlon rankings.  Previous Arena Games Triathlon winners include Great Britain’s Alex Yee and Beth Potter .  Australia’s Sophie Linn and South Africa’s Henri Schoeman are the champions from 2023.  See below for the best moments from the 2023 series.


A host of names have been announced for supertri E London including Great Britain’s triathlon world champion and world number two triathlete Beth Potter  

For the first time the world number one and two ranked women will go head-to-head following confirmation that French star Cassandre Beaugrand, the world number one, will also feature in London.  The two are due to go head-to-head in Paris for Olympic gold, making for a fascinating showdown in the capital.

Joining Potter and Beaugrand are Team GB standouts Vicky Holland, (Olympic bronze medallist) and Georgia Taylor-Brown (double Olympic medallist).  They are joined by 16-year-old Hungarian sensation Fanni Szalai.  Szalai announced herself on the world stage when competing in the esports format in Switzerland last year.  And expect American star and Olympic medallist Katie Zaferes to be in the mix as she looks to press her claim for Olympic selection.

In the men’s race all eyes will be on rising GB star Hugo Milner.  The 25-year-old only took up the sport two years ago, but a remarkable run of form including a stunning win in Portugal last month has thrust him into the spotlight and talk of a potential Olympic call-up has started to grow.  Germany’s U23 world champion Simon Henseleit wears the #1 jersey. 

Strap yourselves in an exhilarating session of action-packed triathlon with MCs live on the ground together with big screens to ensure spectators can follow every second of the racing.


🎟️ Tickets are off sale.

🗝️ Doors open at 5.30pm.

⏱️ Finals action takes place until 9.30pm.


🚊 🚗 Travel tips: Public transport is recommended as the easiest way to get to and from the London Aquatics Centre.  Stratford and Stratford International are both within walking distance.  Stratford is approximately a 10 minute walk from the venue.  This is on the Central & Jubilee lines and Docklands Light Railway (DLR).  Also London Overground and National Rail services operated by Greater Anglia and C2C.  Stratford international station (also a 10 minute walk) is served by Docklands Light Railway and Southeastern High Speed 1 services.  Hackney Wick station (20 minute walk) is served by the London Overground.  By bus the 388, 339 and D9 services stop close to the stadium.  Visit the Transport for London website to plan your journey.  There is no spectator parking is available at the centre.  The closest car parks are at Stratford International Station and Westfield Shopping Centre Stratford.

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