The inclusive sports event for the everyday superhero is returning following a successful 2017 with a whopping 27 celebrity team captains.
The series will again take to its spiritual home of Dorney Lake on 18 August welcoming anyone with any kind of disability to go solo or unite with family and friends to take on unique challenges with as much or as little time and support as they need.
With over 2000 already signed up, the event throws out restrictive rules and regulations that can deter or prevent many people with disabilities from taking part in mass-participation events.
With stellar captains including David Weir and Adam Hills already signed up, F4 racer and double amputee Billy Monger joins the line-up alongside PyeongChang heroes Menna Fitzpatrick and Jen Kehoe, and Invictus Games veteran David Wiseman, who said: “I’m hugely excited to become a Superhero Series Team Captain and take part in this fantastic event. There’s some stiff competition out there but I’ve been told my team mates are a real force to be reckoned with and I can’t wait to meet them!”
Paralympian and Superhero Series founder Sophia Warner said: “I was overwhelmed by the positive support Superhero Series received in its debut year. Our Superhero community continues to grow every day and one of the things I love the most is seeing is so many return this year to take on an even bigger challenge!”
Visit superheroseries.co.uk/celebrity-superhero-tri-competition/ to share your superpower and why you think the team captains should choose you. The competition closes on 15 June 2018.