#IMWC St George: ALL of the UK & Ireland Female Age-Group results

It wasn’t the traditional October in Kona, but the delayed 2021 IRONMAN World Championship in St George, Utah on Saturday delivered some great racing and challenging courses. The Pro races of course saw your new IRONMAN World Champions in Kristian Blummenfelt and Daniela Ryf.

Every IRONMAN World Championship also features plenty of exceptional amateur athletes competing in the age-group ranks, and here I take a look at the UK and Ireland Female Age-Group results from St George. ALL of them!

[You can find the men’s AG roundup HERE]

Below you will find two tables featuring the results of every entrant, ordered initially by overall time, and then by category in the second table.

(EDITORS NOTE: The full listing of GB & Ireland entrants was extracted from the official participants list pre-race. If there is an error or you are missing, then a) apologies (!), and b) that is probably why. Please do get in touch if that is the case ([email protected]) and I’ll get things updated for you.)

Podium Power

Topping the the UK & IRL speed charts is Hilary Hughes. Hilary qualified at IRONMAN Lanzarote 2021, where she was the second quickest amateur overall. No stranger to hills then! As well as being the fourth quickest female age-grouper of the day in St George, that also earned her second place in the F35-39 division.

Hilary Hughes - 2021 IRONMAN World Championship St George
Hilary Hughes

We highlighted Jo Wright pre-race – and she was another qualifier from IRONMAN Lanzarote 2021, where she finished just nine minutes behind Hilary. A very similar result in Utah, where a 10:21:17 clocking saw Jo take third place in F30-34 and fifth overall across all female age-group athletes.

Jo Wright / Joanna Wright - 2021 IRONMAN World Championship St George
Joanna Wright

There was an excellent result form another athlete we noted pre-race, Rebecca Duxbury. Now married since her original entry, Rebecca Anderbury was part of the Zwift Academy Tri Team for this event, and 10:55:10 saw her take second place in F25-29.

“By far and away the toughest race of my career” was her assessment!

Rebecca Duxbury / Rebecca Anderbury - 2021 IRONMAN World Championship St George
Rebecca Anderbury

There was a podium in the youngest division, F18-24, for Jasmine Holmes. Jasmine had previously won her category at IRONMAN UK in both 2019 and 2021.

Jasmine Holmes - 2021 IRONMAN World Championship St George
Jasmine Holmes

All UK and Ireland Age-Group Female Entrants – Fastest First

BIBNAMECATEGORYCOUNTRYCAT POSTIME
3237Hilary Hughes35-39IRL210:13:57
3313Jo Wright30-34GBR310:21:17
3607Rebecca Duxbury25-29GBR210:55:10
3077Laura Fairhurst40-44GBR1011:31:32
3024Jenny Evans-Hill40-44GBR1611:56:26
3353Roxy Woodfield30-34GBR1611:57:48
3540Emma Yates50-54GBR812:06:16
3123Claire Harrison40-44GBR2512:45:49
3635Jasmine Holmes18-24GBR212:57:44
3601Remi Simpson25-29GBR1213:08:51
3247Marie Llewellyn35-39GBR3613:24:46
3722Andri De Wit45-49GBR2713:41:37
3522Susan Dawson50-54GBR3014:06:48
3483Paula Cook50-54IRL3614:24:23
3096Lorna Hopkin40-44GBR7315:22:18
3411Marie Staunton55-59IRL3015:33:09
3493Tracie Mcguire50-54GBR5815:41:05
3638Hannah Gillespie18-24GBRDNFDNF
3049Zoe Savage40-44GBRDNFDNF
3494Jordan Blanco50-54GBRDNFDNF
3516Felicia Long50-54IRLDNFDNF
3168Elizabeth Gannon60-64GBRDNFDNF
3608Laura Rothwell25-29GBRDNSDNS
3178Deb Munton60-64GBRDNSDNS

All Great Britain and Ireland Age-Group Female Entrants – By Category

BIBNAMECATEGORYCOUNTRYCAT POSTIME
3635Jasmine Holmes18-24GBR212:57:44
3638Hannah Gillespie18-24GBRDNFDNF
3607Rebecca Duxbury25-29GBR210:55:10
3601Remi Simpson25-29GBR1213:08:51
3608Laura Rothwell25-29GBRDNSDNS
3313Jo Wright30-34GBR310:21:17
3353Roxy Woodfield30-34GBR1611:57:48
3237Hilary Hughes35-39IRL210:13:57
3247Marie Llewellyn35-39GBR3613:24:46
3077Laura Fairhurst40-44GBR1011:31:32
3024Jenny Evans-Hill40-44GBR1611:56:26
3123Claire Harrison40-44GBR2512:45:49
3096Lorna Hopkin40-44GBR7315:22:18
3049Zoe Savage40-44GBRDNFDNF
3722Andri De Wit45-49GBR2713:41:37
3540Emma Yates50-54GBR812:06:16
3522Susan Dawson50-54GBR3014:06:48
3483Paula Cook50-54IRL3614:24:23
3493Tracie Mcguire50-54GBR5815:41:05
3494Jordan Blanco50-54GBRDNFDNF
3516Felicia Long50-54IRLDNFDNF
3411Marie Staunton55-59IRL3015:33:09
3168Elizabeth Gannon60-64GBRDNFDNF
3178Deb Munton60-64GBRDNSDNS

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