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IRONMAN World Championship: Pro Men start list and bib numbers

We are just hours away now - here is the start list for Kona 2022

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With the 2022 IRONMAN World Championship in Kona, Hawaii just days away, the final start list with bib numbers has been published, with Kristian Blummenfelt set to defend his title wearing the M1 bib.

Pro Men racing at Kona

A total of 51 athletes are scheduled to take the start line in the Men’s Pro race, with several big names on the sidelines – namely three-time Kona winner Jan Frodeno and Great Britain’s Alistair Brownlee – but there is still a plethora of talent on show.

Blummenfelt, who took victory when the delayed 2021 IRONMAN World Championship took place in St George earlier this year, is looking to double up. He forms a formidable Norwegian duo alongside Gustav Iden (M8) – Iden was a late scratch from the start list in Utah due to illness.

With the absence of Frodeno, there are only two other former Kona winners on show, the German pair of Patrick Lange (M6) and Sebastian Kienle (M7).

KAILUA KONA, HI - OCTOBER 13: Patrick Lange of Germany celebrates before he crosses the finish line and sets a course record of 7:52:39 to win the IRONMAN World Championships brought to you by Amazon on October 13, 2018 in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images for IRONMAN)
Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images for IRONMAN

Former podium dwellers Lionel Sanders (M2), Braden Currie (M3), Tim O’Donnell (M9), David McNamee (M16) and Ben Hoffman (M19) will be hoping to at least emulate previous performances on the Big Island.

In terms of numbers, Australia (7), USA (6), Germany (5) are the best represented nations in the race.

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Start list and bib numbers – Pro Men

BIBFIRSTLASTCOUNTRY
M1KristianBlummenfeltNOR
M2LionelSandersCAN
M3BradenCurrieNZL
M4ChrisLeifermanUSA
M5FlorianAngertGER
M6PatrickLangeGER
M7SebastianKienleGER
M8GustavIdenNOR
M9TimO’DonnellUSA
M10BenHoffmanUSA
M11CameronWurfAUS
M12LeonChevalierFRA
M14DanielBækkegårdDEN
M15SamLaidlowFRA
M16DavidMcNameeGBR
M17JoeSkipperGBR
M19RudyVon BergUSA
M20MattHansonUSA
M21DenisChevrotFRA
M22ReinaldoColucciBRA
M23MaxNeumannAUS
M25CollinChartierUSA
M26KyleBuckinghamRSA
M27TimVan BerkelAUS
M28NickKasteleinAUS
M29JanVan BerkelSUI
M30KennethVandendriesscheBEL
M31IvanTutukinKAZ
M32MagnusDitlevDEN
M33BradleyWeissRSA
M34KyleSmithNZL
M35PieterHeemeryckBEL
M36KristianHogenhaugDEN
M37SamAppletonAUS
M38ClementMignonFRA
M39JesperSvenssonSWE
M40AndreLopesBRA
M41MattTrautmanRSA
M42RobertWilkowieckiPOL
M43RobertKallinSWE
M44MathiasPetersonDEN
M45MichaelWeissAUT
M47LucianoTacconeARG
M48ArnaudGuillouxFRA
M49JoshAmbergerAUS
M50MauriceClavelGER
M51IgorAmorelliBRA
M52HenrikGoeschFIN
M53AndreasDreitzGER
M54MattBurtonAUS
M55DavidPleseSVN

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Stuart Dick
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Stuart is a graduate of the University of Sunderland with a masters' degree in Sports Journalism. He spends a lot of his time running and cycling around West Yorkshire, England.
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