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The 2022 Super League Triathlon Championship Series continued in dramatic fashion in Munich as rainy conditions made it especially testing on the bike.

No one handled it better in the women’s race than defending champion Georgia Taylor-Brown, who was out on her own from the very first bike leg.

And in the men’s it was Matt Hauser who produced a power-packed finish to take the spoils just seven days on from his unlucky second place in London.

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Where and when to watch

Our explainer gave you the full details, with the women’s race getting underway at 1210 local time (1110 UK time), followed by the men at 1323 (1223 UK).

There was a minute’s silence beforehand to mark the passing of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.

Our blog ran in conjunction with the SLT race embed and featured interviews and insights from athletes and managers as well as regular video updates from Mark and Lucy Buckingham.

The format and venue

It was the Enduro this time, which meant three back-to-back triathlons (all in swim-bike-run order), with no breaks in between.

Each stage consisted of a 300m swim (one lap) in the Olympiasee, a 4km cycle (four laps) and a 1.6km (two lap) run.

The event was entirely based with the impressive Munich Olympiapark, home of the 1972 Olympic Games, right outside the Munich Olympic Stadium.

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Helen Gorman
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Helen is part of the editorial team at TRI247 after spending ten years as a Press Officer with British Triathlon. She has held press roles with British Swimming and other national governing bodies as well as having written for a range of printed and online publications. She's mostly found at a pool, sometimes breaking world masters records.