IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant 2024: Watch again as Lionel Sanders and Paula Findlay star

IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant hosts the only stop of the IRONMAN Pro Series in Canada and will feature home stars such as Jackson Laundry.

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This was our preview of IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant 2024 – check out our reports on how Lionel Sanders and Paula Findlay claimed terrific victories in Quebec on Sunday.

For the first and last time this season, the IRONMAN Pro Series will stop in Canada for the iconic IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant today (Sunday June 23) in Quebec.

Boasting a strong professional field, a bumper prize purse and valuable slots to the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship later this season, the race is one that you won’t want to miss.

In our preview below, we have all the details you need to enjoy the action this weekend, with start time and streaming information, plus a rundown of the top competitors in Canada.


Start times and how to watch live

This year, IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant takes place today (Sunday June 23). The gun will go off at 06:50 local time, which corresponds to 03:50 on the West Coast, 11:50 in the UK and 12:50 in Central Europe.

In the US and Canada, the race can be streamed live on Outside TV, with coverage in the rest of the world available via the IRONMAN Pro Series website or DAZN. You can also watch on YouTube and we have embedded the stream right here…

As always, the ever reliable IRONMAN Tracker is the perfect data addition to support your viewing. If you haven’t got it on your phone already, where have you been?!

Pro Men – who is racing?

In a race that has already been billed as the unofficial Canadian Championship, Windsor native Lionel Sanders is set to make his return from injury on Sunday, after picking up a stress fracture in his rib earlier this season.

Jackson Laundry Lionel Sanders podium Oceanside 2022 [Photo credit: Donald Miralle /Getty Images for IRONMAN]
[Photo credit: Donald Miralle /Getty Images for IRONMAN]

The 36-year-old, who took the win at IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside in style in his only race of the year to date, will go head-to-head with fellow Canadian Jackson Laundry, who finished in third place last time out in Southern California.

Cody Beals, who recently finished ninth at IRONMAN 70.3 Chattanooga, is the next best ranked athlete on the start list and will also be flying the flag for the home nation, as the leading trio look to sweep the podium in Mont-Tremblant.

From down south, Americans Chris Leiferman and Matthew Marquardt drop down in distance, whilst recent IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder champion Trevor Foley looks to make it two wins in a row and take down training partner Sanders.

Trevor Foley of the United States took the win in Boulder.
[Photo Credit – Patrick McDermott/Getty Images for IRONMAN]

Other contenders include T100 Tour contracted athlete Ben Kanute, who will be looking to regain his mojo following a tough start to the season, plus Colin Szuch, who currently sits inside the Top 5 in the IRONMAN Pro Series standings.

Pro Women – who is racing?

Like the men’s race, the women’s competition looks set to be an unofficial Canadian championship, with Paula Findlay taking on Tamara Jewett and Rach McBride in a race which also features some international flavour.

Paul Findlay on the run at T100 San Francisco 2024
[Photo Credit – PTO]

Findlay, who recently beat Jewett in San Francisco at the third round of the T100 Tour, will look to break away on the bike in Quebec, whilst her compatriot will be hoping to run her down with one of her trademark mega half-marathon splits.

Australian duo Ellie Salthouse and Grace Thek will also look to be in the mix for the podium, with Salthouse racing off the back of a strong win at IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder earlier on in the month.

Americans Sarah True, Rachel Olsen and Alice Alberts will be outside contenders for the podium, with 2014 Commonwealth Games champion Jodie Stimpson, fourth recently in Boulder, another dark horse for the medals.

Prize Money: What’s on the line?

The prize purse on offer this weekend is $50,000 – with each of the winners collecting a $7,500 share of that total.

As part of the IRONMAN Pro Series, athletes will also earn points as they seek to become the IRONMAN Pro Series Champion and win a share of the $1.7 million bonus prize purse. 

In Quebec, the maximum possible score will be 2,500 points for 1st place, with points for all remaining professional finishers diminishing based on the time deficit to first place, at a rate of 1 point per 1 second deficit to the winner’s finishing time. 

In addition to money and series points, there will be a total of six qualifying slots (three MPRO/three FPRO) for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Taupo later this season.

The total funds will be paid eight-deep, as follows:

  1. $7,500
  2. $5,000
  3. $3,750
  4. $3,000
  5. $2,000
  6. $1,500
  7. $1,250
  8. $1,000
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Tomos Land
Tomos Land is a triathlon & running journalist whose expertise lies in the professional world of short course & long distance triathlon, though he also boasts an extensive knowledge of ultra-running.
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