IRONMAN Pro Series Men’s Standings: Latest after Mont-Tremblant with Lionel Sanders moving on up

The IRONMAN Pro Series standings are out after the weekend action in Mont-Tremblant, where does it leave Lionel Sanders?

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The IRONMAN Pro Series standings are now updated after the weekend’s events at 70.3 Mont-Tremblant, but where does that leave Lionel Sanders et al?

Leading the pack is still American veteran Matt Hanson, who holds a slender lead over Canada’s Jackson Laundry, who claimed fifth in Quebec on Sunday. Then it is another US star in Colin Szuch followed by two-time IRONMAN World Champion Patrick Lange. Chris Leiferman rounds out the top five.

Sanders meanwhile rockets up 50 spots to #16 in the standings after claiming a sixth victory in Mont-Tremblant at the weekend. It was his second Pro Series win of the year (he had earlier taken the tape at 70.3 Oceanside) and he will race next at IRONMAN Lake Placid on July 21.

Britain’s Joe Skipper meanwhile is #13 after finishing sixth at IRONMAN Cairns earlier this month.


Current Pro Series rankings – Men

The leading men – as of June 25, 2024 – are as follows:

  • 1. Matt Hanson (USA) – 10,693
  • 2. Jackson Laundry (CAN) – 9,022
  • 3. Colin Szuch (USA) – 8,969
  • 4. Patrick Lange (GER) – 8,236
  • 5. Chris Leiferman (USA) – 8,035
  • 6. Justin Riele (USA) – 8,020
  • 7. Nick Thompson (AUS) – 7,000
  • 8. Matthew Marquardt (USA) – 6,967
  • 9. Andre Lopes (BRA) – 6,950
  • 10. Braden Currie (NZL) – 6,852
  • 11. Gregory Barnaby (ITA) – 6,691
  • 12. Paul Schuster (GER) – 6,615
  • 13. Joe Skipper (GBR) – 6,124
  • 14. John Killeen (USA) – 5,675
  • 15. Tomas Rodriguez Hernandez (MEX) – 5,582
  • 16. Lionel Sanders (CAN) – 5,000
  • 16. Matt Burton (AUS) – 5,000
  • 18. Trevor Foley (USA) – 4,945
  • 19. Nicholas Scott (CAN) – 4,929
  • 20. Sam Long (USA) – 4,929

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How do the rankings work?

In this year’s brand new series, the points awarded at each race are determined by the event distance and winner’s finishing time. For the first placed athlete, a middle distance win is worth 2,500 points and a full distance race worth 5,000 points.

Looking at 70.3 Mont-Tremblant for example, Lionel Sanders earned the maximum 2,500 points, with each athlete behind him receiving a score based on the system that awards points for their individual finish time relative to the event winner.

For every second an athlete finishes behind first place, their tally diminishes by one point.

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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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