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IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships 2023 Results: Full finishing order as Knibb wins

The full finishing order for the women at the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships.

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Taylor Knibb secured her second middle distance world title in dominating fashion at the 2023 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships in Lahti, Finland after the American broke away on the bike and never looked back.

Great Britain’s Kat Matthews put together a brilliant run split to come through the field for second, as Switzerland’s Imogen Simmonds capped off a memorable August with a third place finish, her first medal at a world championships in over four years after last finishing on the podium in Nice.

Rounding out the Top 5, last year’s medalists finishers Emma Pallant-Browne and Paula Findlay were fourth and fifth respectively, as the pair just lacked that extra gear to secure a second consecutive world championship podium.

IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships Full Results

Here is the full finishing order from the women’s race on Saturday:

  • 1. Taylor Knibb (USA) – 3:53:02
  • 2. Kat Matthews (GBR) – 3:57:05
  • 3. Imogen Simmonds (SUI) – 3:57:56
  • 4. Emma Pallant-Browne (GBR) – 3:58:35
  • 5. Paula Findlay (CAN) – 4:00:32
  • 6. Laura Philipp (GER) – 4:02:27
  • 7. Marjolaine Pierre (FRA) – 4:03:13
  • 8. Amelia Watkinson (NZL) – 4:03:29
  • 9. Daniela Ryf (SUI) – 4:03:57
  • 10. Anne Reischmann (GER) – 4:06:18
  • 11. Tamara Jewett (CAN) – 4:07:55
  • 12. Kaidi Kivioja (EST) – 4:09:28
  • 13. Ellie Salthouse (AUS) – 4:09:51
  • 14. Maja Stage Nielsen (DEN) – 4:11:11
  • 15. Giorgia Piarone (ITA) – 4:11:59
  • 16. Kate Curran (GBR) – 4:12:19
  • 17. Tiina Pohjalainen (FIN) – 4:12:28
  • 18. Olivia Mitchell (IRE) – 4:13:54
  • 19. Hannah Berry (NZL) – 4:14:06
  • 20. Jackie Herring (USA) – 4:14:14
  • 21. Amy Cymerman (USA) – 4:14:45
  • 22. Charlene Clavel (FRA) – 4:15:13
  • 23. Alexia Bailly (FRA) – 4:15:52
  • 24. Danielle Lewis (USA) – 4:16:01
  • 25. Anna Bergsten (SWE) – 4:16:33
  • 26. Laura Jansen (GER) – 4:16:54
  • 27. Lottie Lucas (UAE) – 4:18:59
  • 28. Justine Guerard (FRA) – 4:21:15
  • 29. Lisa Gerss (GER) – 4:22:05
  • 30. Emilie Morier (FRA) – 4:23:39
  • 31. Rachel McBride (CAN) – 4:24:23
  • 32. Nikita Paskiewiez (FRA) – 4:25:04
  • 33. Ai Ueda (JPN) – 4:25:17
  • 34. Caroline Pohle (GER) – 4:26:03
  • 35. Pamella Oliveira (BRA) – 4:26:09
  • 36. Julie Iemmolo (FRA) – 4:33:59
  • 37. Brittany Higgins (USA) – 4:34:06
  • 38. Bruna Stolf (BRA) – 4:34:09
  • 39. Sarah Bishop (USA) – 4:48:39
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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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