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IRONMAN World Championship 2021: Pro qualifiers for St George

Qualification is closed for St George and here are the details.

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Redefining triathlon

The IRONMAN World Championship is the event every elite athlete wants to win, but first they have to make sure they are among the qualifiers.

Normally held in Kailua-Kona, on the west coast of Hawaii Island (‘The Big Island’), the race brings together the very best long-distance triathletes on the planet to compete for the coveted title.

The inaugural event back in 1978 was the brainchild of US Navy Commander John Collins and his wife Judy, with 15 competitors taking on the gruelling course.

The October 2021 version was postponed due to the ongoing COVID pandemic, and after a further reschedule from February 22 it will now take place in St George, Utah on May 7, 2022. It will then return to its spiritual home in October 2022.

US Navy Communications Specialist Gordon Haller was crowned as the first-ever IRONMAN Champion, finishing in 11:46:58.

Dave Scott, Paula Newby-Fraser, Mark Allen and Natascha Badmann are among an array of athletes that have since etched their name into the event’s history by claiming multiple Ironman World Championship titles.

2021 will be the 44th edition of the legendary competition, with up to 100 slots available across the professional men’s and women’s races, and hundreds more age-group athletes set to compete.

Jan Frodeno is the current course record holder for the men’s race, after his sensational 7:51:13 saw him clinch victory in 2019.

The year prior, Switzerland’s Daniela Ryf clocked a course record for the women’s race, finishing in 8:26:18.

Qualifiers for St George

Athletes spent a large part of 2021 aiming to secure their places at St George, and now both professional fields are set.

Below is the list of names who have confirmed their places on the starting line:

PRO MEN (51)

PRO WOMEN (45)

  • Teresa Adam (New Zealand) – WITHDRAWN
  • Ruth Astle (United Kingdom)
  • Nikki Bartlett (United Kingdom)
  • Mirinda Carfrae (Australia) – WITHDRAWN
  • Lucy Charles-Barclay (United Kingdom)WITHDRAWN/INJURED
  • Haley Chura (United States)
  • Judith Corachan Vaquera (Spain) – WITHDRAWN
  • Linsey Corbin (United States)
  • Sarah Crowley (Australia) – WITHDRAWN
  • Chantal Cummings (United Kingdom) – WITHDRAWN
  • Flora Duffy (Bermuda)DECLINED SPECIAL INVITATION
  • Kelly Fillnow (United States)
  • Gurutze Frades Larralde (Spain)
  • Tara Grosvenor (United Kingdom) – WITHDRAWN
  • Anne Haug (Germany)
  • Heather Jackson (United States)
  • Meredith Kessler (United States)
  • Renee Kiley (Australia)
  • Tessa Kortekaas (Spain)
  • Chloe Lane (Australia) – WITHDRAWN
  • Fenella Langridge (United Kingdom)
  • Carolin Lehrieder (Germany)
  • Carrie Lester (United States) – WITHDRAWN
  • Justine Mathieux (France) – WITHDRAWN
  • Katrina Matthews (United Kingdom)
  • Rachel McBride (Canada)
  • Jocelyn McCauley (United States)
  • Simone Mitchell (United Kingdom) – WITHDRAWN
  • Skye Moench (United States)
  • Kimberley Morrison (United Kingdom) – WITHDRAWN
  • Angela Naeth (Canada)
  • Lisa Norden (Sweden)
  • Laura Philipp (Germany) – WITHDRAWN
  • Sarah Piampiano (United States) – WITHDRAWN
  • Daniela Ryf (Switzerland)
  • Joanna Ryter (Switzerland)
  • Laura Siddall (United Kingdom)
  • Imogen Simmonds (Switzerland) – WITHDRAWN
  • Kylie Simpson (Australia) – WITHDRAWN
  • Maja Stage-Nielsen (Denmark)
  • Sara Svensk (Sweden) – WITHDRAWN/INJURED
  • Michelle Vesterby (Denmark) – WITHDRAWN
  • Amelia Watkinson (New Zealand) – WITHDRAWN
  • Hannah Wells (New Zealand) – WITHDRAWN
  • Laura Zimmermann (Germany)
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St George 2021 qualifiers – upcoming races

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When is the 2021 IRONMAN World Championship?

The 2021 IRONMAN World Championship will take place in St George, Utah on May 7, 2022.

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