Our Celebrity Teams!

A huge thank you to our wonderful Celebrity Captains who showed their support for our groundbreaking series by uniting with competition winners from across the nation to take part in our debut event on 19 August 2017. 

Many will be returning for Superhero Tri 2018, so do come along and say hello!

Super Sponsor Team Captains

Our Super Partners got all competitive and entered some truly SUPER Celebrity Team Captains of their own! 

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Jonnie Peacock

Double Paralympic, World & European 100m Champion

This sporting giant headed up #Teamnpower and threw himself into this new challenge along with his awesome teammates Amy and Matthew.




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David Weir

Seven-time London Marathon winner and six-time Paralympic champion

David lent his mythical ‘Weirwolf’ magic to the Barclays team, the lucky devils. He was ably supported by Tracy, who took on the swim, and Laura who completed the push/run stage.

Chris Moon

Former British Army officer and survival expert.

Chris has overcome many great challenges and took on the run with his normal gusto. He was joined by Megan on the bike and Jennie for the swim.

Team Gatwick

Gordon Reid

Paralympic champion and two-time grand slam champion

The tennis Titan downed his racket and flexed a whole new set of super-muscles as he stepped up to the plate as Gatwick’s Team Captain. He was joined by fellow tennis whizz Abbie, who did the swim, & Tim who took on the bike stage.

Hannah Cockcroft

Five-time Paralympic champion

#TeamIrwinMitchell were given a wheely big treat. They received some top training tips and expert coaching from this truly unparalleled distance speed queen! 

Georgina Hermitage

World record holder and Paralympic champion

The 400m world record holder and 100m Paralympic champion channelled her tremendous talents into this new challenge. She was joined by top teammates Stevie from Oakgrove College for the swim and Thomas from Moor House School & College for the cycle.

Kare Adenegan

Wheelchair racing Paralympic medallist

At only 15 years of age, Kare burst onto the world stage at Rio to take a silver and two bronze medals. This bright young hope was joined by Joel in the swim & Dan on the bike.

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Sammi Kinghorn

Wheelchair racing European champion

Another bright young talent in the wheelchair racing world, the speedy Scot holds the European records over the 100, 200, 400 and 800 metres, and is triple European champion. Sammi teamed up with competition winners Kyle, who took on the swim & Colin who smashed the bike stage.

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Adam Hills

Comedian and talk show host

The comedian, Last Leg frontman and Paralympics commentator was gutted to miss the big day due to visa issues... but not one to let the team down, he ran his stage at Dorney the week before, which was broadcast on the big screen during the race. His teammates, swimmer Brooke & cyclist Ben, waved the #TeamAdam flag valiantly on the day.

Meet #TeamAdam winners Brooke and Ben!

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Jordan Jarrett-Bryan

TV reporter, DJ and journalist

The TV star, who was two-time European wheelchair basketball champion with the GB Junior team, which he captained in 2004, united with Liam D for the swim and Liam O for the bike to create a formidable force.

Meet #TeamJordan winners Liam and Liam!

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Liz Johnson

Breaststroke Paralympic champion

One of only a handful of British Para Swimmers to win gold medals at the Paralympics, World Championships, and European Championships, Liz shared her prodigious swim expertise with teammate Ian, who is took the plunge, before handing on to Liz for the bike stage. She handed over to 10-year-old Neve for the glory push/run home.

Meet #TeamLiz winners Ian and Neve! 

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Stephen Miller

Club Throw Paralympic champion

This legendary athlete has competed in five Paralympic Games, five World Championships and four European Championships, winning a total of 26 international medals! He turned his talents to the push/run at Superhero Tri and offered stellar support to his two teammates - David in the swim, and Bethany on the bike.

Meet #TeamStephen winners David and Bethany!

JJ Chalmers

TV Presenter and Invictus Games medallist

The former Royal Marines Commando and Rio Paralympics anchorman isn’t one to give up easily. He channeled his all into the race alongside his equally committed teammates, swimmer Sophie and push/runner Nicole.

Meet #TeamJJ winners Sophie and Nicole

Sophie Christiansen

Eight-time Paralympic gold medallist

Our ambassador and Celebrity Team Captain swapped her horse for a recumbent trike and took on the Celebrity Superhero Tri and the Full Superhero Tri. Luckily for Sophie, she had some seriously super support. Richard dived in for the swim and her number one fan, 7-year-old Elan, flew home for the final push/run.

Meet #TeamSophieC winners Richard and Elan

Kadeena Cox

Sprint and paracycling Paralympic champion

The 25-year-old sprinted and cycled her way into the history books at Rio to become the first British Paralympian to win gold in two separate sports in over 30 years. The new sporting superstar cheered on swimmer Sally before jumping on her bike and handing over to 6-year-old Superboy Arlo for the climactic finish!

Meet #TeamKadeena winners Sally and Arlo

Anne Dickins

Paracanoe Paralympic champion

The mother of two and the reigning Paralympic, World and European paracanoe champion took on the bike stage on her tandem. She bagged herself some cracking support in the shape of swimmer Sarah, tandem partner, husband Simon, and push/runner Luke who gave everything for #TeamAnne!

Meet #TeamAnne winners Sarah & Luke

Dave Henson, MBE

Paralympian and Invictus Games team captain

The former Royal Engineer has experienced many sporting highs over the years and recently added a Paralympic medal to his long list of achievements. He shared his serious Team Captain credentials with swimmer Barry and father-daughter bike duo David and Rebecca, who were on their tandem. 

Meet #TeamDave winners Barry, David and Rebecca!

Megan Giglia

Paracycling Paralympic champion

What an incredible 2016 paracyclist Megan Giglia had. She set a world record and struck gold at Rio! Hoping to continue her successful run, she kicked off the race in the water before handing on to Alex for the bike stage. Race-runner Muninder brought the team home in style.

Meet #TeamMegan winners Izzie and Muninder!

Chris Jones

World Champs surfing medallist

The former soldier and die-hard adrenalin junkie threw himself into this new challenge with characteristic aplomb. A multi-talented surfer, mountain biker, skier and kyaker, his lucky teammates couldn't have found a more committed captain. Chris was joined by Sam for the bike stage and Poppy for the push/run.

Meet #TeamChris winners Sam and Poppy


Susie Rodgers

Paralympic swimming champion

This aqua supremo showed her gold-winning credentials by getting her team offer to a great start in the swim at Superhero Tri. She handed over to Sarah for the bike stage and Toby took on the glory push/run home.

Meet #teamSusie winners Sarah and Toby