IRONMAN 70.3 Alcúdia-Mallorca: Start time, preview and how to watch live

Gustav Iden (NOR) will return to racing after a lengthy spell on the sidelines, and will be amongst the favourites to take the win at IRONMAN 70.3 Alcudia-Mallorca this weekend.

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This is a preview for IRONMAN 70.3 Alcudia-Mallorca, which was won by Britain’s Emma Pallant-Browne and German Nicolas Mann.

The IRONMAN Pro Series will make its first stop in Europe this weekend, as the brand new competition stops at IRONMAN 70.3 Alcudia-Mallorca in Spain.

Former IRONMAN World Champions Patrick Lange and Gustav Iden will headline the men’s field, whilst 2023 IRONMAN World Championship third place finisher Laura Philipp leads the women’s start list.

In our preview piece below, you can find all the details you need on start times, streaming and who to watch out for in the professional men and women’s fields. 


Start times and how to watch live

Racing in Mallorca will take place on Saturday May 11, with the pro men kicking things off at 07:35 local time. This corresponds to 06:35 in the UK, 01:35 on the East Coast and 22:35 on the West Coast on Friday May 10.

Five minutes later, at 07:40 local time, the women will start. This corresponds to 06:40 in the UK, 01:40 on the East Coast and 22:40 on the West Coast on the Friday.

The race will be broadcast live, with the event the third race this year to be broadcast on the dedicated IRONMAN Pro Series app. You will be able to watch for free on race day via the IRONMAN Pro Series website.

As always, the ever reliable IRONMAN Tracker is the perfect data addition to support your viewing. If you haven’t got it on your phone already, where have you been?!

Pro Men

Whilst most of the attention will be focused on Iden and Lange in the buildup to the race, German Jan Stratmann wears #1, and after finishing second behind Leo Bergere last month at IRONMAN 70.3 Valencia, will look to continue his podium streak in Spain.

Gustav Iden Kona athlete sign in 2022 photo credit Donald Miralle for IRONMAN
[Photo credit: Donald Miralle for IRONMAN]

Lange, who finished 16th last time he raced over the middle distance in Oceanside, will be competing in Mallorca just two weeks after his second place finish at IRONMAN Texas. Of the two Germans then, Stratmann may well be Iden’s most formidable opponent.

Elsewhere, T100 Triathlon World Tour stars Youri Keulen and Mathis Margirier will be in the hunt for a win, with Keulen in fine form and firing on all cylinders after a breakthrough victory at the Singapore T100 last month ahead of Sam Long and Pieter Heemeryck.

Other athletes to look out for include home favourite Antonio Benito Lopez, plus South African Bradley Weiss, who has yet to find his form in the T100 Tour this season and will be keen to prove himself against some top opposition.

Pro Women

In the women’s race, the battle for the win appears to be a two-horse race between Philipp and Emma Pallant-Browne, despite both athletes yet displaying the form this season that has elevated them to world class status.

Emma Pallant-Browne wins IRONMAN 703 Mossel Bay photo credit IRONMAN South Africa
Another win for Emma Pallant-Browne [Photo credit: IRONMAN South Africa]

Philipp, fourth in Valencia, opted out of racing the T100 Tour events in Miami and Singapore, whilst EPB was forced to DNF in Miami, but bounced back with a solid second place finish behind Taylor Knibb at IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside.

Italians Girorgia Priarone and Elisabetta Curridori will be two of several athletes fighting for the third spot on the podium, alongside the likes of Daniela Kleiser and Sara Svensk, with Sif Bendix Madsen another possible contender.

Prize Money: What’s on the line?

The prize purse on offer this weekend is $50,000 – with each of the winners collecting a $7,500 share of that total.

As part of the IRONMAN Pro Series, athletes will also earn points as they seek to become the IRONMAN Pro Series Champion and win a share of the $1.7 million bonus prize purse. 

In Mallorca, the maximum possible score will be 2,500 points for 1st place, with points for all remaining professional finishers diminishing based on the time deficit to first place, at a rate of 1 point per 1 second deficit to the winner’s finishing time. 

In addition to money and series points, there will be a total of six qualifying slots (three MPRO + three FPRO) for the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Taupō, New Zealand, December 14-15 2024.

The total funds will be paid eight-deep, as follows:

  1. $7,500
  2. $5,000
  3. $3,750
  4. $3,000
  5. $2,000
  6. $1,500
  7. $1,250
  8. $1,000

Tomos Land
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Tomos Land
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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