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IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship 2024: Pro qualifiers so far

The pro qualifiers for the 2024 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship, which will take place this year in Taupo, New Zealand.

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This year, the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship will head Down Under for the first time in eight years, with the race set to be held in Taupo, New Zealand.

Scheduled to take place on December 14-15, the race will be during the Southern Hemisphere summer and will offer a great chance for Southern athletes to showcase their skills on their terms.

In 2023, Rico Bogen of Germany won the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship title in Lahti, Finland, whilst Taylor Knibb made it two in a row when she took the tape after winning on home turf in 2022.

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IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship 2024 qualifiers

The 2024 IRONMAN racing season is now in progress, and below is the current list of names who have qualified for the 2024 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship.

Taylor Knibb wins IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships 2023
[Photo Credit – Nigel Roddis Getty Images for IRONMAN]

Previous winners of the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship within the past five years will receive exemptions to race at the 2024 IRONMAN World Championship, and will be required to validate their slots by completing a validation race.

Athletes who finished on the podium at the 2023 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship will also receive exemptions to race at the 2024 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship, and will be required to validate their slots.

The 2023 IRONMAN World Champions will also receive exemptions to race upon validation.

Pro Women

The women qualified for Taupo – as of May 27, 2024 – are as follows:

  • Marta Lagownik (POL)
  • Alice Alberts (USA)
  • Grace Alexander (USA)
  • Nikki Bartlett (GBR)
  • Lisa Becharas (USA)
  • Sif Bendix Madsen (DEN)
  • Anna Bergsten (SWE)
  • Hannah Berry (NZL)
  • Bianca Bogen (GER)
  • Elizabeth Bravo (ECU)
  • Rebecca Clarke (NZL)
  • Sarah Crowley (AUS)
  • Kate Curran (GBR)
  • Elisabetta Curridori (ITA)
  • Amy Cymerman (USA)
  • Marlene De Boer (NED)
  • Hanne De Vet (BEL)
  • Diede Diederiks (NED)
  • Eloise Du Luart (FRA)
  • Paula Findlay (CAN)
  • Gurutze Frades Larralde (ESP)
  • Deborah Fuller (NZL)
  • Ashleigh Gentle (AUS)
  • Lucy Hall (GBR)
  • Jackie Hering (USA)
  • Julie Iemmolo (FRA)
  • Luisa Iogna Prat (ITA)
  • Tamara Jewett (CAN)
  • Radka Kahlefeldt (AUS)
  • Kaidi Kivioja (EST)
  • Daniela Kleiser (GER)
  • Taylor Knibb (USA)
  • Hannah Knighton (NZL)
  • Leonie Konczalla (GER)
  • Solveig Lovseth (NOR)
  • Fenella Langridge (GBR)
  • Danielle Lewis (USA)
  • Lottie Lucas (UAE)
  • Gabrielle Lumkes (USA)
  • Laura Madsen (DEN)
  • Kat Matthews (GBR)
  • Rach McBride (CAN)
  • Lena Meibner (GER)
  • Jeanni Metzler (RSA)
  • Fiona Moriaty (IRE)
  • Magda Nieuwoudt (RSA)
  • Lisa Norden (SWE)
  • Rachel Olson (USA)
  • Emma Pallant-Browne (GBR)
  • Cecilia Perez (MEX)
  • Sara Perez Sala (ESP)
  • Lisa Perterer (AUT)
  • Laura Philipp (GER)
  • Caroline Pohle (GER)
  • Giorgia Priarone (ITA)
  • Lizzie Rayner (GBR)
  • Anne Reischmann (GER)
  • Franziska Reng (GER)
  • Barbara Riveros (CHI)
  • Raquel Rocha (POR)
  • Daniela Ryf (RSA)
  • Ellie Salthouse (AUS)
  • Marta Sanchez (ESP)
  • Caroline Shannon (USA)
  • Imogen Simmonds (SUI)
  • Kylie Simpson (AUS)
  • Lesley Smith (USA)
  • Chelsea Sodaro (USA)
  • Grace Thek (AUS)
  • Ana Torres (ECU)
  • Sarah True (USA)
  • Natalie Van Coevorden (AUS)
  • Els Visser (NED)
  • Amelia Watkinson (NZL)
  • Lotte Wilms (NED)

Pro Men

The men qualified for Taupo – as of May 27, 2024 – are as follows:

  • Josh Amberger (AUS)
  • Igor Amorelli (BRA)
  • Calvin Amos (AUS)
  • Marty Andrie (USA)
  • Michael Arishita (USA)
  • Gregory Barnaby (ITA)
  • Antonio Benito Lopez (ESP)
  • Leo Bergere (FRA)
  • Tom Bishop (GBR)
  • Dieter Comhair (BEL)
  • Antony Costes (FRA)
  • Braden Currie (NZL)
  • Thomas Davies (GBR)
  • Andreas Dreitz (GER)
  • Marc Dubrick (USA)
  • Nick Emde (GER)
  • Alessandro Fabian (ITA)
  • Joao Ferreira (POR)
  • Trevor Foley (USA)
  • Nicholas Free (AUS)
  • Frederic Funk (GER)
  • Jelle Geens (BEL)
  • Stenn Goetstouwers (BEL)
  • Kristian Hogenhaug (DEN)
  • Ben Hamilton (NZL)
  • Matt Hanson (USA)
  • Pieter Heemeryck (BEL)
  • Wilhelm Hirsch (GER)
  • Emil Holm (DEN)
  • Mitchell Kibby (AUS)
  • Ari Klau (USA)
  • Jackson Laundry (USA)
  • Sam Long (USA)
  • Andre Lopes (BRA)
  • Nicolas Mann (GER)
  • Christoph Mattner (GER)
  • Armando Matute (ECU)
  • Kurt McDonald (AUS)
  • Steve McKenna (AUS)
  • Jack Moody (NZL)
  • Caleb Noble (AUS)
  • Mika Noodt (GER)
  • Sam Osborne (NZL)
  • Harry Palmer (GBR)
  • Eduardo Perez Sandi (MEX)
  • Mike Phillips (NZL)
  • Nicholas Quenet (RSA)
  • Matthew Ralphs (RSA)
  • Justin Riele (USA)
  • Tomas Rodriguez Hernandez (MEX)
  • Lionel Sanders (CAN)
  • Federico Scarabino (URY)
  • Henri Schoeman (RSA)
  • Matthew Sharpe (CAN)
  • Kyle Smith (NZL)
  • Maximillian Sperl (GER)
  • Max Stapley (GBR)
  • Casper Stornes (NOR)
  • Jan Stratmann (GER)
  • Colin Szuch (USA)
  • Luciano Taccone (ARG)
  • Nick Thompson (AUS)
  • Fernando Toldi (BRA)
  • Strahinja Trakic (SER)
  • Matt Trautmann (NZL)
  • Martin Ulloa (CHI)
  • Marten Van Riel (BEL)
  • Michael Weiss (AUT)
  • Jason West (USA)
  • Hayden Wilde (NZL)
  • Robert Wilkowiecki (POL)
  • Ruben Zepuntke (GER)
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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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