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Aquabike Champions Crowned at Coral Coast

The Coral Coast Triathlon is the longest running triathlon race in Australia and one of the longest running triathlons in the world. Started in 1982, it has never
Queensland Duathlon Champions run-bike-run their way to victory at Wellcamp Airport Duathlon

The second annual Wellcamp Airport Duathlon saw what can only be described as perfect duathlon conditions with a sunny but slightly cooler afternoon and light winds. Wellcamp Airport
Duathlon & Aquabike State Championship Titles Up For Grabs This Weekend

The 2022/23 Triathlon Queensland State Series launches this weekend with a double header of State Championship events with athletes fighting it out for both Duathlon and Aquabike State
State Series Champions 2021/22 Crowned

Following a 9-race series the 2021/22 State Series has been decided and the winners announced. It was great to see athletes targeting State Series glory, accumulating points throughout


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SSRW 1500 Run
SSRW Aquathlon
SSRW La Mans Junior Trip Sprint
Youth Doub Sprint
Rookie Tri
SSRW Finals Rookies Final




World Triathlon and Triathlon Australia rules for Draft Legal events apply at Australia Super Sprint Championships. This includes: bicycle, wheels (UCI approved), handle bar and wetsuit restrictions.

We strongly encourage all athletes to read the rules and adhere to them. It is the athlete and coach's responsibility to know and understand the World Triathlon and TA Draft Legal rules.

World Triathlon Competition Rules >

Triathlon Australia Competition Rules >

** Rookies Excluded


Youth and Junior points will be allocated via the following means:  1st = 1 point, 2nd = 2 points ……32nd = 32 points and so on. Points will be allocated on overall time for your age group (Youth & Junior). DNS and DNF will automatically be awarded the maximum points available for their category. 

There will be the following point scoring opportunities

  1. Run TT (Time)
  2. Le Mans (Time)
  3. Aquathlon (Time)
  4. Triple & Double Sprint (based on overall time across all races on day 2)
  5. Transitions (All transitions on Day 1 and Day 2)


Youth and Junior

Monday - Athletes will be seeded (seeding process will be completed at the discretion of Triathlon Australia) in waves for the:

  • 1500m run
  • Aquathlon
  • Le Mans (seeded by age)

Tuesday - Athletes will be re seeded each race on Tuesday in the Triple/Double Sprint based on the times of the preceding race.

Wednesday – Athletes will be placed in their respective final based on their overall points from Monday and Tuesday. E.g. 18 athletes with the lowest points will be in Final A, 19-34 Final B etc…..


The first Athletes across the finish line in Final A in their age category will be determined Champions.

*Junior B Champions – will be determined by the highest placed eligible athletes in Final A. If the podium can not be determined in Final A – All/Or the remaining podium will be determined in Final B, Final C etc. by the first eligible athletes to finish.

** Junior B athletes are eligible for both Junior and Junior B Categories.

Categories that will be recognised.

  • Junior Male and Female (20039,2004,2005 & 2006 DOB)**
  • Junior B, Male and Female (2006 & 2005 DOB)
  • Youth Male and Female (2008 & 2009 DOB)



All Youth and Junior athletes competing must wear a race suit that meets the World Triathlon uniform guidelines in regards to Surname, Country Code "AUS", rear zip and logo size (s). The World Triathlon Uniform Guidelines can be found below.

If an athlete does not have an World Triathlon compliant race suit, they may compete in a "cleanskin" race suit with no sponsors or markings at all.

Read here >

** Rookies Excluded


Below is the current UCI approved wheel list which apply to Super Sprint Race Weekend.

UCI Approved Wheel List >

For further questions please contact pathways@qld.triathlon.org.au

It is the athlete and coach's responsibility to know the World Triathlon & TA Draft Legal race rules.