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Commonwealth Games 2022: Men’s triathlon start list & bib numbers


The men’s elite triathlon at the 2022 Commonwealth Games will provide one of the highlights of Friday’s action as the showpiece event properly gets under way.

Some of the finest stars in the world will lock horns in the UK city of Birmingham with a prized gold medal on offer for the winner.

Will Alex Yee go one better on home soil than he did in Tokyo last summer?

Will New Zealand’s Hayden Wilde be too strong for Yee in the latest instalment of their gripping rivalry?

These and other questions will be answered on Friday when the action gets under way.

One thing we do know now is that South African star Henri Schoeman is a non-starter.


Men’s start list & bib numbers

1Hayden WildeNZL
2Alex YeeENG
3Jacob BirtwhistleAUS
4Tayler ReidNZL
5Matthew HauserAUS
6Tyler MislawchukCAN
7Charles PaquetCAN
8Brandon CopelandAUS
9Dan DixonENG
10Sam DickinsonENG
11Jamie RiddleRSA
12Grant SheldonSCO
14Henri SchoemanRSA
15Dylan McCulloughNZL
16Martin SobeyCAN
17Dylan NortjeRSA
18Iestyn HarrettWAL
19James EdgarNIR
20Tyler SmithBER
21Dominic CoyWAL
22Cameron MainSCO
23Matthew WrightBAR
24Oliver TurnerJEY
25Joseph OkalKEN
26Divan Du PlooyNAM
27Jean Gael Laurent L’EnteteMRI
28Phillip McCattyJAM
29Andrew GordonGIB
30Adarsh Muralidharan Nair SinimolIND
31Joshua LewisGGY
32Robert MattoGIB
33Nikotimasi CrokerFIJ
34Timson Jude IrowaneSOL
35Kian TrejoBIZ
36Duncan Neville WynessMOZ
37Armando MossBAH
38Kelvin GomezGIB
39Keith GaleaMLT
40Xian Hao ChongMAS
41Rhys CheerFIJ
42Panayiotis AntoniouCYP
43Niall CaleyIOM
44Jason CostelloeTTO
45Isaac TanMAS
46Mark OfosuGHA
47Vishwanath YadavIND
48William DraperIOM
49Jean-Marc GrandersonTTO

Start time & how to watch live on TV

The race starts at 1101 local time (1201 CET or 0601 on the East Coast of the United States).

It will be broadcast live by the BBC, the UK’s national broadcaster.


Why aren’t the Brownlee brothers racing?

For the first time at a major Games since 2006, we have a Team England or a Team GB without a Brownlee – there will be no Alistair or Jonny in Birmingham. Here are the full details on why they are not involved.

Who is favourite to win the gold?

Our John Levison, as tradition dictates, has given his expert insight into Friday’s race and he has come up with his detailed podium picks. You can check them out by clicking here.

Graham Shaw
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Graham Shaw
Graham has been involved with TRI247 & RUN247 since the summer of 2021. Since then he has provided strategic direction for all news and is passionate about the growth of triathlon as a fan sport.
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