Munich, London and Singapore will host the 2022 Arena Games Triathlon powered by Zwift events

by Olalla Cernuda on 18 Jan, 2022 10:44 • Español
Munich, London and Singapore will host the 2022 Arena Games Triathlon powered by Zwift events

Following on from the recent news of a groundbreaking partnership between World Triathlon and Super League Triathlon to grow a global esports world championship series - Arena Games Triathlon powered by Zwift - we are proud to announce the three cities chosen to host these races in 2022:

Arena Games Triathlon 2022 Locations:

- April 9 2022: Munich, Germany at Olympia-Schwimmhalle
- April 23 2022: London, UK at London Aquatics Centre
- May 7 2022: Singapore Grand Final

The Arena Games Triathlon is a trailblazing concept pioneered by Super League Triathlon, grown from an ambition to drive competitive triathlon throughout the global pandemic. 2021 saw the first multi-city version of the Games set in Rotterdam and London; the recent partnership with World Triathlon means the Arena Games Triathlon will be bigger and better than ever in 2022, with a return to London (23rd April), a first Arena Games Triathlon event in Munich (9th April), and an inaugural Grand Final in Singapore (7th May).

We are working with all relevant authorities to host the events in accordance to local safety protocols and Covid regulations.

The blend of real-life and virtual reality racing provides an immersive viewing experience that allows fans to get up close and personal with the best triathletes in the world without leaving the comfort of their seat. The event also gives esport fans, and lovers of sports statistics, the chance to enjoy live data from the athletes in real time. Born in the COVID era but promising a new generation of stars, the Arena Games Triathlon is the future of indoor racing.

Each event will contribute points to the World Triathlon World Ranking, and the athletes who collect the most points over the course of the series will be awarded the first-ever triathlon esport World Titles in Singapore. All three venues will see the return of fast and furious Elite racing, offering an incredible spectator experience for the fans.

“We are delighted to welcome three amazing cities such as London, Munich and Singapore to our roster of hosts - we cannot think of a better scenario for the 2022 season of the Arena Games Triathlon. The three events offer a combination of vast experience of triathlon events, Olympic tradition and great hosting capabilities, so I am sure that both athletes and fans will enjoy it. We cannot wait for the start of the esports season!”, said World Triathlon President and IOC Member, Marisol Casado.

“We have continued to innovate during the pandemic, and the pinnacle of that is our Arena Games Triathlon, which we recently announced the partnership with World Triathlon. It’s very exciting to see the first World Series of Triathlon esport coming together and announce this powerful line up with iconic locations. This series will be a milestone in triathlon’s history and these venues will really do that justice!” explained Michael D’hulst, CEO and co-founder of Super League Triathlon.

World Triathlon and Super League will collaborate on all aspects of Arena Games Triathlon powered by Zwift, including scheduling, participating athletes, involvement of national federations, promotion, broadcasters, host venues and amplifying the reach of the events.

Related Event: 2022 Arena Games Triathlon Finals Singapore powered by Zwift
06 - 07 May, 2022 • event pageall results
Results: Elite Men
1. Hayden Wilde NZL 00:36:33
2. Alex Yee GBR 00:36:42
3. Justus Nieschlag GER 00:37:02
4. Daniel Dixon GBR 00:37:22
5. Chase Mcqueen USA 00:37:30
Results: Elite Women
1. Zsanett Bragmayer HUN 00:40:33
2. Beth Potter GBR 00:40:37
3. Georgia Taylor-Brown GBR 00:41:08
4. Sian Rainsley GBR 00:41:15
5. Anabel Knoll GER 00:41:22
Results: Final Men
1. Hayden Wilde NZL 00:36:33
2. Alex Yee GBR 00:36:42
3. Justus Nieschlag GER 00:37:02
4. Daniel Dixon GBR 00:37:22
5. Chase Mcqueen USA 00:37:30
Results: Final Women
1. Zsanett Bragmayer HUN 00:40:33
2. Beth Potter GBR 00:40:37
3. Georgia Taylor-Brown GBR 00:41:08
4. Sian Rainsley GBR 00:41:15
5. Anabel Knoll GER 00:41:22
Results: Elite Men Final Stage 1
1. Hayden Wilde NZL 00:11:58
2. Alex Yee GBR 00:12:02
3. Justus Nieschlag GER 00:12:16
4. Kenji Nener JPN 00:12:17
5. Marten Van Riel BEL 00:12:22
Results: Elite Men Final Stage 2
1. Justus Nieschlag GER 00:12:20
2. Alex Yee GBR 00:12:21
3. Hayden Wilde NZL 00:12:22
4. Daniel Dixon GBR 00:12:26
5. Chase Mcqueen USA 00:12:29
Results: Elite Men Final Stage 3
1. Hayden Wilde NZL 00:12:13
2. Alex Yee GBR 00:12:19
3. Justus Nieschlag GER 00:12:26
4. Kenji Nener JPN 00:12:27
5. Aurelien Raphael FRA 00:12:32
Results: Elite Women Final Stage 1
1. Beth Potter GBR 00:13:34
2. Sian Rainsley GBR 00:13:40
3. Zsanett Bragmayer HUN 00:13:43
4. Georgia Taylor-Brown GBR 00:13:45
5. Anabel Knoll GER 00:13:45
Results: Elite Women Final Stage 2
1. Zsanett Bragmayer HUN 00:13:19
2. Beth Potter GBR 00:13:28
3. Georgia Taylor-Brown GBR 00:13:40
4. Anabel Knoll GER 00:13:40
5. Sian Rainsley GBR 00:13:42
Results: Elite Women Final Stage 3
1. Zsanett Bragmayer HUN 00:13:31
2. Beth Potter GBR 00:13:35
3. Georgia Taylor-Brown GBR 00:13:43
4. Sian Rainsley GBR 00:13:53
5. Anabel Knoll GER 00:13:57
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