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IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships 2023 Results: Full finishing order as Blummenfelt suffers

The full finishing order for the men's race at the 2023 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships in Finland.

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Germany’s Rico Bogen secured just his second ever IRONMAN 70.3 win as he won the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships in Lahti, Finland this weekend, with the relatively unknown 22 year old shocking a whole host of established names to take the tape.

In addition to his individual brilliance, Bogen led the way as Germany sweeped the podium, a first for the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships, as his compatriots Frederic Funk and Jan Stratmann finished in second and third.

Frenchman Mathis Margirier, who battled hard at the front all day, had to eventually settle for fourth place, with Great Britain’s Josh Lewis putting together a top class performance to round out the Top 5.

Unfortunately, it was a bad day for many of the pre-race favourites, as American Jason West didn’t start due to sickness, Canadian Lionel Sanders was disqualified and defending champion Kristian Blummenfelt was way down in 36th place.

IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships Full Results

Here is the full finishing order from the men’s race on Sunday: 

  • 1. Rico Bogen (GER) – 3:32:22
  • 2. Frederic Funk (GER) – 3:33:26
  • 3. Jan Stratmann (GER) – 3:34:11
  • 4. Mathis Margirier (FRA) – 3:35:05
  • 5. Joshua Lewis (GBR) – 3:36:45
  • 6. Youri Keulen (NED) – 3:37:57
  • 7. James Teagle (GBR) – 3:38:08
  • 8. Marc Dubrick (USA) – 3:38:28
  • 9. Thor Bendix Madsen (DEN) – 3:38:29
  • 10. Menno Koolhaas (NED) – 3:38:43
  • 11. Antony Costes (FRA) – 3:39:01
  • 12. Sam Long (USA) – 3:39:10
  • 13. Jonas Hoffmann (GER) – 3:39:38
  • 14. Maximilian Sperl (GER) – 3:39:41
  • 15. Felipe Azevedo (POR) – 3:40:49
  • 16. Mitch Kibby (AUS) – 3:41:06
  • 17. Martin Ulloa (CHI) – 3:41:45
  • 18. Jack Moody (NZL) – 3:42:04
  • 19. Franz Loeschke (GER) – 3:42:40
  • 20. Ognjen Stojanovic (SER) – 3:43:44
  • 21. Kacper Stepniak (POL) – 3:43:52
  • 22. Matt Trautman (RSA) – 3:44:46
  • 23. Dylan Magnien (FRA) – 3:44:58
  • 24. Nick Thompson (AUS) -3:45:08
  • 25. Justus Nieschlag (GER) – 3:45:45
  • 26. Jorgen Gunderson (NOR) – 3:45:58
  • 27. Jackson Laundry (CAN) – 3:46:39
  • 28. Kye Wilde (AUS) – 3:47:06
  • 29. Adriano Engelhardt (SUI) – 3:47:09
  • 30. Matt Hanson (USA) – 3:47:57
  • 31. Ben Kanute (USA) – 3:48:24
  • 32. Miguel Mattox (USA) – 3:48:48
  • 33. Dylan Gillespie (USA) – 3:49:44
  • 34. Jack Sosinksi (AUS) – 3:49:49
  • 35. Benjamin Zorgnotti (PER) – 3:50:17
  • 36. Kristian Blummenfelt (NOR) – 3:53:40
  • 37. Tomas Rodriguez Hernandez (MEX) – 3:54:53
  • 38. Gonzalo Fuentes (ESP) – 3:55:03
  • 39. Charlie Quin (AUS) – 3:55:04
  • 40. Nicolas Mann (GER) – 3:55:28
  • 41. Alessandro Fabian (ITA) – 3:57:04
  • 42. Jordi Montraveta Moya (ESP) – 4:12:17
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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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