2024 supertri E World Triathlon Championship final: preview and start lists

Our preview for the final of the supertri E World Triathlon Championship final in London.

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This is a preview for the 2024 supertri E World Triathlon Championship, which was won by American Chase McQueen and British star Beth Potter.

The supertri E World Triathlon Championship title will be decided this evening in London, after 20 athletes made it through to the final following a gruelling set of heats.

Among those to advance are British favourites Beth Potter and Hugo Milner, plus Olympic medalists Cassandre Beaugrand of France and American Katie Zaferes.

In our preview below, you can find all the information you need on who will be racing the final, as well as when and how to watch all the action live.


Start time, how to watch live and format

The live broadcast of the finals will begin at 18:30 local time in London on Saturday April 13. This corresponds to 19:30 in Central Europe and 10:30 on the West Coast.

This evening, the men will go first, with their final getting underway at 18:45 local time (19:45 CET and 10:45 PST). Just over an hour later, the women will go head-to-head at 19:56 local time (20:56 CET and 11:15 PST).

To watch both races live, click on the embed below.

In London, each stage consists of a 200m pool swim, 4km bike on Zwift and then a 1km run, also on Zwift. In the finals, athletes will compete over three stages (Swim – Bike – Run // Run – Bike – Swim // Swim – Bike – Run).

The competition times for each athlete will be added from the 1st and the 2nd stage. Pursuit starts for the last stage based on the time difference accumulated across the first two stages. The athlete with the fastest time, will start first.

Elite Men

With just ten athletes making the final in London, the racing will be fast and furious, with heat winners Chase McQueen, Max Stapley and Simon Henseleit expected to lead from the front.

Gina Sereno Arena Games Montreal final 2023 photo credit Darren Wheeler That Cameraman SLT
[Photo credit: Darren Wheeler That Cameraman / SLT]

Stapley, who recorded the fastest swim in the heats with a lightning quick 2:03, will look to make the rest of the field suffer in the water, with teammate Milner struggling to a fastest losers spot in his heat after coming on to the bike with a deficit in both stages.

Running a 2:41 and 2:46 for the 1km run legs, did Milner overexert himself in an effort to make the final? He recorded one of the fastest run split in the heats but it will be interesting to see if he has another gear for the decisive round.

Harry Leleu and Samuel Dickinson are two more Brits who also made the final automatically, and along with Stapley and Milner will hope to land at least one spot on the podium in front of the home crowd.

Men’s Final Start List:

  1. James Edgar (IRE)
  2. Henry Graf (GER)
  3. Samuel Dickinson (GBR)
  4. Chase McQueen (USA)
  5. Simon Henseleit (GER)
  6. Max Stapley (GBR)
  7. Maxime Hueber-Moosbrugger (FRA)
  8. Harry Leleu (GBR)
  9. Esteban Basanta Fouz (ESP)
  10. Hugo Milner (GBR)

Elite Women

In the women’s race, both Beaugrand and Potter made it through to the final, with the two Paris gold medal favourites set to go head-to-head for the first time this season in London.

Beth Potter Arena Games London 2022 smile
Photo Credit: Darren Wheeler – That Cameraman/SuperLeague

Joining them in the final ten is Zaferes, who won her heat by almost 30 seconds and will see the final as the perfect place to further her Paris Olympic dreams after missing out on the start list for WTCS Yokohama.

As well as the world title, there are also 500 points up for grabs for the race winner, the equivalent of a World Triathlon Cup win, meaning athletes like Zaferes with Olympic ambitions have a lot on the line this evening.

Two athletes who won’t be racing in the final, unfortunately, are Hungarian star Fanni Szalai, who was a DNS, and Olympic bronze medalist Vicky Holland, who finished fourth in heat 1.

Women’s Final Start List:

  1. Julia Brocker (GER)
  2. Petra Kurikova (CZE)
  3. Lena Meibner (GER)
  4. Katie Zaferes (USA)
  5. Tanja Neubert (GER)
  6. Beth Potter (GBR)
  7. Cassandre Beaugrand (FRA)
  8. Marlene Gomez-Goggel (GER)
  9. Barbara de Koning (NED)
  10. Annabel Morton (GBR)
Tomos Land
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Tomos Land
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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