The World Triathlon Championship Series is a fantastic opportunity to see the very best in the sport, including Olympic, World and European champions.
Following a one-off World Championship in Hamburg in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the World Triathlon Championship Series returns with a full calendar of events for 2021.
This year’s series began in the Japanese city of Yokohama on 15 May and culminates in the Championship Finals in Edmonton, Canada on 21-22 August.
Each race of the series leading up to the Finals in Edmonton - plus the summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan this summer - will award up to 1000 ranking points.
Points from the second half of the year’s re-scheduled Bermuda and Abu Dhabi events will all count towards the 2022 rankings.
Four thousand spectators will be allowed into Roundhay Park in Leeds, for round two, to watch the event on a ticket-basis entry.
Aside from pride and prize money, Olympic qualification is likely to be the goal for many of the participants. GB currently have four of their Olympic team - Jonny Brownlee, Vicky Holland, Georgia Taylor-Brown and Jess Learmonth.