IRONMAN World Championship: Pro Women start list / bib numbers

Daniela Ryf looks to become a six-time IRONMAN World Champion as the race returns to its spiritual home on the Big Island and bib numbers have been published – the defending champion wearing the F1 bib.

Pro Women racing at Kona

2021 IRONMAN World Championship runner-up Kat Matthews misses out after her recent collision with a car in training, but there is still a star-studded list of names ready to take on the challenge in Kona.

Anne Haug (F3), who took victory the last time the IRONMAN World Championship took place in Hawaii, will be aiming for a fourth straight podium, while Lucy Charles-Barclay will be hoping to add gold to her trio of silvers earned in 2017, 2018 and 2019.

Daniela Ryf IRONMAN World Championship St George
Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN

Two time bronze medalist Sarah Crowley (F7), and American Heather Jackson (F9) are the only other former podium dwellers on the start line.

Four of the PTO World Rankings top five will be in attendance, Laura Philipp (F8) the only member of the quartet who is yet to achieve a podium in the past.

USA has ten athletes on the start line, a country that hasn’t had a female IRONMAN world champion since Paula Newby-Fraser took victory in 1996. Great Britain is represented by seven athletes, as are Germany.

Start list and bib numbers – Pro Women

BIBFIRSTLASTCOUNTRY
F1DanielaRyfSUI
F3AnneHaugGER
F4SkyeMoenchUSA
F5RuthAstleGBR
F6LucyCharles-BarclayGBR
F7SarahCrowleyAUS
F8LauraPhilippGER
F9HeatherJacksonUSA
F10LisaNordenSWE
F11LauraSiddallGBR
F12FenellaLangridgeGBR
F14GurutzeFrades LarraldeESP
F15MajaStage-NielsenDEN
F17SarahTrueUSA
F18JocelynMcCauleyUSA
F19DanielaBleymehlGER
F20SaraSvenskSWE
F21PamellaOliveiraBRA
F22HaleyChuraUSA
F23SimoneMitchellGBR
F24ChelseaSodaroUSA
F25LauraZimmermannGER
F26ManonGenetFRA
F28RebeccaClarkeNZL
F29JustineMathieuxFRA
F30LaurenBrandonUSA
F31ElisabettaCurridoriITA
F32JoannaRyterSUI
F33RachelZilinskasUSA
F35ReneeKileyAUS
F36JenAnnettCAN
F37HeiniHartikainenFIN
F38KellyFillnowUSA
F39KristinLiepoldGER
F40ElenaIlleditschGER
F41Dimity-LeeDukeAUS
F43ChantalSainterGBR
F44PennySlaterAUS
F46KylieSimpsonAUS
F47MagdaNieuwoudtRSA
F48JodieRobertsonUSA
F49JennySchulzGER
F50BeatrizNeresBRA
F51SusieCheethamGBR
F52KateBevilaquaAUS

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