Commonwealth Games triathlon: Women’s start list & bib numbers


The women’s elite triathlon at the 2022 Commonwealth Games should provide a terrific race on Friday – a fitting start to the showpiece event held every four years.

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

Can Bermuda’s Olympic Champion Flora Duffy regain top form after a frustrating 2022 so far?

Or will England’s Tokyo silver medallist Georgia Taylor-Brown stand on the top of the podium on home soil?

Or will there be a surprise with both big guns failing to claim the gold in the Midlands?

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


Women’s start list & bib numbers

1Flora DuffyBER
2Georgia Taylor-BrownENG
3Sophie ColdwellENG
4Beth PotterSCO
5Sian RainsleyENG
6Natalie van CoevordenAUS
7Non StanfordWAL
8Nicole van der KaayNZL
9Emy LegaultCAN
10Olivia MathiasWAL
11Ainsley ThorpeNZL
12Charlotte McShaneAUS
14Dominika JamnickyCAN
15Simone AckermannRSA
16Shanae WilliamsRSA
17Sophie LinnAUS
18Andrea HansenNZL
19Erica HawleyBER
20Hannah NewmanRSA
21Sophia GreenSCO
22Amelie KretzCAN
23Issy MorrisWAL
24Pragnya MohanIND
25Julie StaubMRI
26Danica Bonello Spiteri MLT
27Imke JagauNAM
28Sanjana Sunil JoshiIND
29Anri KrugelNAM
30Aisha Nasser BakshKEN
31Mercy Jane Adorkor PappoeGHA
32Stavri PericleousCYP
33Jenna RossTTO
34Andriana TukuviaSOL
35Kaya Alexis Rankine-BeadleTTO

Start time & how to watch live on TV

The race starts at 1431 local time (1531 CET or 0931 on the East Coast of the United States).

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


Who is favourite to win the gold?

Our John Levison, as tradition dictates, has given his expert insight into the big race and provided his 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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