IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship: Pro Men start list and bib numbers

Recently crowned IRONMAN World Champion Gustav Iden retunrs to St George, Utah as he attempts to three-peat at the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship on Saturday, October 29.

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Pro Men racing at St George

All eyes are on the ‘Norwegian Hype Train’ as Iden (M1) looks to defend the title he earned in both 2019 and 2021, while compatriot Kristian Blummenfelt (M11) looks to secure his first middle-distance world title.

2021 runner up, Sam Long (M2) has geared the latter half of his 2022 season towards the St George showpiece having passed up the opportunity to race in Kona; will the added preparation pay off for the Big Unit?

Gustav Iden
Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images for IRONMAN

Ben Kanute (M6) is the only other former podium dweller set to start in Utah, the American finished in second-place in 2017.

Other big names to lookout for include Danish starlet Magnus Ditlev (M8), Great Britain’s lone representative James Teagle (M49) and a plethora of USA talents including Eric Lagerstrom (M7), Rudy Von Berg (M15) and Matt Hanson (M16).

Additionally, there are a number of in-form athletes to consider. USA’s Trevor Foley (M36) won at IRONMAN 70.3 Waco as recently as October 16, Lagerstrom took victory at IRONMAN 70.3 Santa Cruz in early September and France’s Clemont Mignon (M24) tasted success at Gerardmer XL middle distance on September 3.

Start list and bib numbers – Pro Men

BIBFIRSTLASTCOUNTRY
M1GustavIdenNOR
M2SamLongUSA
M4MikiTaagholtDEN
M5JacksonLaundryCAN
M6BenKanuteUSA
M7EricLagerstromUSA
M8MagnusDitlevDEN
M10FilipeAzevedoPOR
M11KristianBlummenfeltNOR
M15RudyVon BergUSA
M16MatthewHansonUSA
M18DenisChevrotFRA
M19FredericFunkGER
M21JasonWestUSA
M23KyleSmithNZL
M24ClementMignonFRA
M28AaronRoyleAUS
M29ThorBendix MadsenDEN
M31MikaNoodtGER
M33YouriKeulenNED
M34MathiasPetersenDEN
M35JanStratmannGER
M36TrevorFoleyUSA
M37NicholasMannGER
M38DylanMagnienFRA
M39RubenZepuntkeGER
M40AntonyCostesFRA
M41BrentMcMahonCAN
M42MattiaCeccarelliITA
M43FernandoToldiBRA
M44SimonViainFRA
M45NicholasFreeAUS
M46OgnjenStojanovicSRB
M47JordiMontraveta MoyaESP
M48MartinUlloaCHI
M49JamesTeagleGBR
M51NicholasChaseUSA
M52YvanJarrigeFRA
M53SybrenBaeldeBEL
M54ScottSteenbergDEN
M55ArthurHorseauFRA
M56FabianReuterGER
M57MarcDubrickUSA
M58Tomas AndresRordiguez HernandezMEX
M59JackSosinskiAUS
M60VicenteTrewhelaCHI
M61NicholasSaezCHI
M63CasperStornesNOR
M64Christophede KeyserBEL
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