2024 supertri E World Triathlon Championship Results: Chase McQueen clinches the world title

Chase McQueen (USA) took the world title after an absolutely dominant performance in London to win in emphatic fashion over Max Stapley (GBR) and Maxime Hueber-Moosbrugger (FRA).

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Chase McQueen produced the perfect performance to take the 2024 supertri E World Triathlon Championship title in London, as the American executed his race to perfection in London.

Holding off Great Britain’s Max Stapley and Frenchman Maxime Hueber-Moosbrugger, McQueen was dominant on the swim-bike and entered the final stage with a +0:12 buffer.


Stage 1 – McQueen in control

(Format – 200m swim / 4km bike / 1km run)

Starting out strong, McQueen led out of the water alongside Stapley, as the pair came out with a +0:02 gap over Samuel Dickinson and Henry Graf, with Hugo Milner almost ten seconds back out of the water.

Continuing to push the pace, McQueen didn’t let up on to the bike, as he quickly dropped Stapley, with Dickinson and Stapley the only two athletes within ten seconds of the American by the time they got on the run.

Looking smooth and racing smart, McQueen held strong out in front, as Dickinson and Stapley reeled him in, with the Top 3 separated by a handful of seconds and with a good gap over the rest of the field.

Contenders such as Simon Henseleit and Milner were more than ten seconds back after the first stage, with James Edgar at +0:17 and Harry Leleu down almost half a minute, a testament to the lightning quick pace up front.

Stage 2 – McQueen extends advantage

(Format – 1km run / 4km bike / 200m swim)

Starting in reverse order for the second leg, Milner and Hueber-Moosbrugger led off the run, splitting 2:43 and 2:45 for the kilometre to start the bike with a sizeable gap over leader McQueen.

On to the bike, the leading trio of Stapley, McQueen and Dickinson started to make their way back up to the front, as they reeled in Milner and started to close on Hueber-Moosbrugger, who was riding well up front.

Off the bike, there was a big gap between the leading quartet and the rest of the field, with the likes of Edgar, Henseleit, Milner and Graf more than ten seconds off the front heading into the water.

Side-by-side into the pool, Hueber-Moosbrugger and McQueen had a gap over Stapley and Dickinson starting the 200m swim, and it was McQueen who took full advantage of the opportunity.

Splitting a rapid 2:04, McQueen was +0:07 up on Graf after the second stage and had +0:09 over Dickinson and Stapley, meaning he started the pursuit style final stage with a +0:12 advantage over the Brits.

Stage 3 – Lightning quick McQueen holds off the Brits

(Format – 200m swim / 4km bike / 1km run – Pursuit start based on aggregate Stage 1 plus Stage 2)

Swimming a solid 2:07, McQueen executed the perfect first leg, maintaining his gap over Stapley and Dickinson to +0:11 and +0:15 as the front three battled it out for the world title.

Chase McQueen celebrates his world title winning race in London.
[Photo Credit – supertri]

With a bike gap back to the rest of the field, the medals looked set to be decided between this trio, with the American hoping to upset the British duo in front of a roaring home crowd in London.

Pushing well over 5.0w/kg for the 4km bike leg, McQueen extended his lead at the front, as second-by-second he started to tighten his grip on the championship.

Off the bike, a great transition saw the 29-year-old ahead +0:18 with just a kilometre run separating him from the win, as further back, Hueber-Moosbrugger passed Dickinson into third.

Holding strong, McQueen took the world title in emphatic fashion, holding off Stapley for the win, with Frenchman Hueber-Moosbrugger clinching third after a fantastic run.

2024 supertri E World Triathlon Championship Results

Final, Men: Saturday April 13, 2024

  • 1. Chase McQueen (USA) – 34:07 [11:16/11:21/11:30]
  • 2. Max Stapley (GBR) – 34:16 [11:18/11:31/11:27]
  • 3. Maxime Hueber-Moosbrugger (FRA) – 34:24 [11:23/11:30/11:31]
  • 4. Samuel Dickinson (GBR) – 34:26 [11:19/11:31/11:36]
  • 5. Henry Graf (GER) – 34:30 [11:25/11:29/11:36]
  • 6. Simon Henseleit (GER) – 34:45 [11:26/11:36/11:43]
  • 7. James Edgar (IRE) – 34:54 [11:33/11:38/11:43]
  • 8. Hugo Milner (GBR) – 35:14 [11:30/11:55/11:49]
  • 9. Esteban Basanta Fouz (ESP) – 35:32 [11:42/12:00/11:50]
  • DNF. Harry Leleu (GBR) – [11:43/11:59/0:00]
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Tomos Land is a triathlon & running journalist whose expertise lies in the professional world of short course & long distance triathlon, though he also boasts an extensive knowledge of ultra-running.


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