Arena Games standings 2022: Potter and Yee claim overall titles – Elite News

The Super League Triathlon Arena Games crowned Beth Potter and Alex Yee as the first ever esports Triathon World Champions after a spectacular finale in Singapore.

Scotland’s Potter had set the standard in the first race in Munich a month previously with a dominant performance.

And though she was pushed to the limit in Singapore by Zsanett Bragmayer – and ultimately had to settle for second on the day behind the Hungarian – she comfortably topped the overall standings.

Fellow Brit Yee, meanwhile, bounced back superbly from a frustrating start in Munich, taking second in London and then matching that in Singapore behind Hayden Wilde to land the spoils.

Here are the final standings following of the final event in Singapore on May 7:


Arena Games 2022 Standings – Women

Pos Athlete Munich London Singapore Points
1. Beth Potter (GBR) 250 231 463 713
2. Zsanett Bragmayer (HUN) 145 124 500 645
3. Georgia Taylor-Brown (GBR) 0 198 428 626
4. Anabel Knoll (GER) 214 134 366 580
5. Lena Meissner (GER) 231 0 339 570
6. Sian Rainsley (GBR) 0 169 396 565
7. Jess Learmonth (GBR) 0 214 248 462
8. Barbara De Koning (NED) 134 84 290 424

NB: Last updated May 7 after Arena Games Singapore.

Arena Games 2022 Standings – Men

Pos Athlete Munich London Singapore Points
1. Alex Yee (GBR) 169 231 463 694
2. Justus Nieschlag (GER) 214 250 428 678
3. Aurelien Raphael (FRA) 250 72 313 563
4. Chase McQueen (USA) 183 0 366 549
5. Hayden Wilde (NZL) 0 0 500 500
6. Max Stapley (AUS) 231 169 268 499
7. Martin Van Riel (BEL) 145 0 290 435
8. Dan Dixon (GBR) 0 0 396 396

NB: Last updated May 7 after Arena Games Singapore.

Arena Games standings explained

So how exactly did the scoring and standings for the Arena Games work in 2022?

Basically the World Champions for men and women will be decided in the following way:

  • Each athlete’s score for the final in Singapore, and their best other result (London or Munich).
  • Winners of the events in London and Munich receive 250 points each. That then decreases by 7.5% for each position after.
  • Winners of the event in Singapore receive 500 points each. That then decreases by 7.5% for each position after.

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