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

The Women’s IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship takes place on Friday, October 28 and the final start list with bib numbers has been published. Lucy Charles-Barclay dons the F1 bib as she looks to defender her title.

[Click here for the Pro Men start list]

Pro Women racing at St George

51 of the world’s finest middle-distance triathletes will take to the start line in the Women’s Pro race in St George, Utah, with Charles-Barclay and fellow Britain Holly Lawrence (F7) the two former winners in the field.

Charles-Barclay took top honours in 2021 – in addition to a podium finish in 2018 – while Lawrence earned the crown in 2016, also finishing second in 2019. Other former medallists racing in Utah are Taylor Knibb (F2) and Emma Pallant-Browne (F4).

Lucy Charles-Barclay / IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship 2021
Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images for IRONMAN

Great Britain brings a healthy stable of athletes to the event. In addition to Charles-Barclay, Lawrence and Pallant-Browne, GBR has Nikki Bartlett (F8), Ruth Astle (F16), Lydia Dant (F21), India Lee (F27), Olivia Mitchell (F53) and Frankie Sanjana (F65) hunting for glory.

Other contenders who are in good form include Switzerland’s Imogen Simmonds (F22), who took victory at Challenge Paguera Mallorca on October 15, Grace Alexander (F45), who won IRONMAN 70.3 Augusta in September, and Lotte Wilms (F24) who topped the podium at IRONMAN 70.3 Sunshine Coast, also in September.

Other notable names include Bermuda’s Olympic Champion – racing in her first IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship – Flora Duffy (F10), Australian duo Ellie Salthouse (F19) and Grace Thek (F29), and Canada’s Paula Findlay (F14).

Start list and bib numbers – Pro Women

BIBFIRSTLASTCOUNTRY
F1LucyCharles-BarclayGBR
F2TaylorKnibbUSA
F4EmmaPallant-BrowneGBR
F6JackieHeringUSA
F7HollyLawrenceGBR
F8NikkiBartlettGBR
F9AnneReischmannGER
F10FloraDuffyBER
F14PaulaFindlayCAN
F16RuthAstleGBR
F17TamaraJewettCAN
F19EllieSalthouseAUS
F21LydiaDantGBR
F22ImogenSimmondsSUI
F23DanielleLewisUSA
F24LotteWilmsNED
F25BarbaraRiverosCHI
F26ManonGenetFRA
F27IndiaLeeGBR
F28MarjolainePierreFRA
F29GraceThekAUS
F30LesleySmithUSA
F31AleksandraJedrzejewskaPOL
F33KellyFillnowUSA
F34AlexiaBaillyFRA
F35CharleneClavelFRA
F36NatiaVan HeerdenRSA
F37Dimity-LeeDukeAUS
F38JustineGuerardFRA
F39AmyCymermanUSA
F40SonjaCatanoUSA
F42AliBrauerUSA
F43GiorgiaPriaroneITA
F44DiedeDiederiksNED
F45GraceAlexanderUSA
F46DanielaKleiserGER
F48KatharinaKr├╝gerGER
F49SarahBishopUSA
F50RominaPalacioARG
F52JulieIemmoloFRA
F53OliviaMitchellGBR
F54MariellaSawyerRSA
F55EloiseDu LuarteFRA
F56Pamela-AnnBachelder St PierreCAN
F57StephanieDemestichasAUS
F58PaulinaKotficaPOL
F59PalmiraAlvarezUSA
F61LottieLucasUAE
F63RachelOlsonUSA
F64TiinaPohjalainenFIN
F65FrankieSanjanaGBR
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