IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside: Pro Women start list and bib numbers

IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside is one of the most anticipated triathlon events of the year, and the 2023 pro women’s race promises to be a thrilling event, with a stacked field of competitors from all over the world. 

Pro Women racing at IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside 2023

Chelsea Sodaro winning at Kona in 2022 (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Leading the field is Chelsea Sodaro from the USA (bib number 75), with the reigning IRONMAN World Champion making her seasonal bow. 

Kat Matthews (80) has now confirmed she will start as she begins her comeback after her crash in Texas ahead of the IRONMAN World Championships last year, with fellow Brit Holly Lawrence (76) also looking to perform well having won here before. 

Likewise Canadian Paula Findlay (78) has won at Oceanside and will look to start her season off with another win in Southern California.

Start list and bib numbers – Pro Women

75 Chelsea Sodaro USA 
76 Holly Lawrence USA 
77 Jackie Hering USA 
78 Paula Findlay CAN 
79 Grace Thek AUS 
80 Kat Matthews GBR 
81 Tamara Jewett CAN 
82 Sophie Watts USA 
83 Danielle Lewis USA 
84 Melanie Mcquaid CAN 
85 Maja Stage Nielsen DEN
86 Danielle Treise USA 
87 Alex Watt USA 
88 Olivia Mitchell IRL 
89 Nicole Falcaro USA 
90 Brittany Vocke USA 
91 Elizabeth Heinbach USA 
92 Veronique Ranger CAN 
93 Annamarie Strehlow USA 
94 Olivia Dietzel USA 
95 Ashley Dellosa USA 
96 Kayla Bowker USA 
97 Caroline Shannon USA 
98 Katie Colville USA 
99 Carolyn Carter USA 
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