Max Stapley

Max Stapley

NATIONALITY
British Flag

British

REPRESENTS
Flag of United Kingdom

United Kingdom

RESIDENCE
Flag of Banyoles, Spain

Banyoles, Spain

Birthdate

30 January 1999



Professional Since

2023


Coach

Paulo Sousa


Career Highlights

2023

Bronze, 2023 Ironman 70.3 Middle East Championship Bahrain

2023

Silver, 2023 WTCS Sunderland (Mixed Relay)

2023

Champion, 2023 Laguna Phuket Triathlon

2023

Silver, 2023 World Cup Yeongdo

2023

5th, 2023 Super League Triathlon London

2022

6th, 2022 World Triathlon U23

Bronze medal Ironman 70.3 Middle East Championship

In his first year racing professionally Max Stapley announced himself on the global stage with two silvers on the World Triathlon circuit and a bronze at the Ironman 70.3 Middle East Championship Bahrain, earning a spot on the Bahrain Victorious 13 team.

Max enjoys being the life of the party, but behind this exterior is a determined competitor who fought hard to stay part of the sport. Formerly representing Australia, when passport woes beset him in 2022 he continued to compete under the World Triathlon flag until debuting in the Great Britain uniform in mid-2023. At WTCS Sunderland, he raced the penultimate leg for the GB mixed relay, keeping the team in medal contention to ultimately win silver.

For Max, limits are only what you set for yourself so always aim for higher. He takes that same approach to sport as he pushes for Olympic selection, as well as to academics where he holds a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics.

Results

Date Race Location Status Position
May252024
World Triathlon Championship Series Cagliari, 2024
 FlagCagliari, Italy
Did Not Finish -
Apr292024
2024 World Triathlon Cup Chengdu
 FlagChengdu, China
Finished First
Apr132024
Supertri E World Triathlon Championship, 2024
 FlagLondon, United Kingdom
Finished Second
Mar242024
World Triathlon Cup Hong Kong, 2024
 FlagHong Kong, Hong Kong
Finished 6th

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