Samstag, 11. September 2021

Super League Triathlon Munich 2021 | FULL RACE LIVE | Youtube Video Live-Streaming

After Hayden Wilde, Jess Learmonth and the SLT Eagles dominated in London on September 5th, get ready for another breathtaking day of racing, this time coming to you from Olympiapark in Munich on September 12th. The Super League Triathlon Championship Series takes place on four back-to-back weekends across September.

Legends have been made at Munich’s Olympiapark – and the stars of Super League Triathlon will have the chance to add their names to that list as the sport’s most exciting show moves to Germany for the second race of the 2021 Championship Series.

The Munich race will take part at historic 1972 Olympic venue at Olympiapark Munich, Germany.

The event will be a first-ever visit to triathlon-mad Germany for Super League Triathlon, and a chance for the German stars to shine on home soil after competing in the Olympics. The Olympiapark was built for the 1972 Olympic Games and has become a focal point for elite sport in Germany and now it’s time for Super League to produce something truly breathtaking.

Watch Super League at Sport1 on race day

In Munich, the total of six race formats (individual time trial, super sprint triathlon, three each for women and men) are severely limited due to the organizer's hygiene concept and the event is sold out. In addition to the livestream on Youtube (possibly via VPN services), the Munich TV station Sport1 will still show on race day from 19:30 to 21:45 and from 0:30 (Sport1+) as a repeat.

Equalizer - Master of Persistence

The race format consits for both fields, women and men in total three races. Want to see how quickly these athletes can go solo with no drafting or pacing help? Then the Equalizer is for you! Favouring those with an aptitude for individual efforts, Stage 1 consists of an all-out solo time trial of either swim, bike or run – which the athletes race as a standalone event. The times taken here will set the scene and define the pursuit style start for Stage 2.

Stage 2 is swim-bike-run-swim-bike-run. There is a single Short Chute to be won on the first swim, and taken on the final run. Any athlete who falls 90 seconds behind the leader will be eliminated. The Equalizer will see the playing field levelled and racing in its purest form.

Athletes race one discipline: Individual Time Trial (ITT).

The athletes are then set off based on their finish times in the ITT in a pursuit style to tackle a continuous swim-bike-run-swim-bike-run. The winner is the first person across the line at the end of Stage 2.

Schedule - Local Time

  • 13:00 Pros WarmUp Show
  • 14:05 Pro Women - ITT (Stage 1)
  • 14:20 Pro Men - ITT (Stage 1)
  • 14:35 Elite Women Race SBR SBR (Stage 2 & 3)
  • Winners Ceremony Women
  • 15:20 Elite Men Race SBR SBR (Stage 2 & 3)
  • Winners Ceremony Men
  • 16:00 Awards Ceremony Pros
  • 16:30 Event Ends

Full start lists

Super League Triathlon Munich, male start list, part 1: Hayden Wilde, Vincent Luis, Jonathan Brownlee, Vasco Vilaca, Aley Yee, Seth Rider, Jake Birthwhistle, Shachar Sagiv, Alessandro Fabian, Aaron Royle.

Super League Triathlon Munich, male start list, part 2: Max Studer, Jonas Schomburg, Tayler Reid, Mario Mola, Matthew Hauser, Jannik Schaufler, Tamas Toth, Marco von der Stel, Kenji Nener, Marten van Riel, Simon Henseleit.

Super League Triathlon Munich, female start list, part 1: Jessica Learmonth, Georgia Taylor-Brown, Vicky Holland, Katie Zaferes, Sophie Coldwell, Taylor Spivey, Leonie Periault, Maya Kingma, Cassandre Beaugrand.

Super League Triathlon Munich, female start list, part 2: Emilie Morier, Rachel Klamer, Yuko Takahashi, Valerie Barthelemy, Non Stanford, Anna Godoy, Simone Ackermann, Vittoria Lopes, Gillian Sanders, Ilaria Zane, Anabel Knoll.


All above athletes are associated to different teams and an overall team ranking will be implemented for the whole series as well as the race in Munich.

SLT Sharks

SLT Rhinos

SLT Cheetahs

SLT Eagles

SLT Scorpions

The race dates are

  • September 5: London, UK 
  • September 12: Munich, Germany
  • September 18: Jersey, Channel Islands
  • September 25: Malibu, USA




Freitag, 20. August 2021

Professional Triathletes Organisation (PTO) launches Collins Cup App for live and on-demand content and anncounces further broadcast deals


LONDON, ENGLAND: The Professional Triathletes Organisation (PTO) today launched the Collins Cup player across web, IOS and Android and has revealed details around its live integrated data proposition.  The app which is available across IOS and Android on both smartphones and tablets will showcase The Collins Cup broadcast live* and on-demand where the question ‘Who Rules Triathlon?’ finally gets answered.

As well as the live broadcast, the player includes access to the PTOs premium content library including the newly launched Collins Cup Countdown shows hosted by Charlie Webster, with guest appearances from Collins Cup team captains. Beyond Human and Battle For Glory, two of the PTO’s flagship content offerings that go behind the scenes of the world’s greatest triathletes, are also available.

The Collins Cup player, which is now available to access via the Collins Cup website or to download across the Apple store and Google Play, will sit alongside an integrated live data feed which will be available on the day of the event on the 28th August. The data feed will incorporate real-time positional data, split times, photos and video and can be accessed via the PTO website here.

The PTO’s own Collins Cup OTT content offering sits alongside multiple live broadcaster deals that have already been arranged by the PTO and IMG including an exclusive live deal in Europe with Discovery Eurosport, beIN SPORT, FujiTV, Sky Sport New Zealand and Fox Sports Australia. The PTO has also secured deals for a 1hr highlights programme with BT Sport in the UK, Tencent in China, SuperSport in South Africa, Astro in Malaysia, 3BBTV and TrueVision in Thailand and VEION and FPT in Vietnam. Further broadcast deals in Singapore, Canada, USA and South America are to be announced in due course.

In total The Collins Cup will be distributed in more than 165 territories, with live commentary in 21 different languages, to a combined household reach of over 365 million.

Tim Godfrey, Chief Marketing Officer at PTO, said: “The Collins Cup is a watershed moment for the sport of triathlon so we wanted to showcase this moment live to as many people globally as possible. With the launch of The Collins Cup player and live data feed alongside groundbreaking broadcast deals brokered by us and our media rights partner IMG, this promises to be one of the most watched professional triathlon events ever. The best 36 triathletes from around the world going head to head in a brand new team format – you do not want to miss it!”.

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*Live broadcast globally available on The Collins Cup player, excluding in Europe where the live broadcast will be exclusively available on Eurosport 2, the Eurosport player and Discovery+ in selected markets.