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IRONMAN WC at St George: Pro Women start list, bib numbers

Which of these athletes will top the women's podium in Utah on May 7?

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30 Pro Women are set to line up at the delayed 2021 IRONMAN World Championship in St George, Utah on Saturday 7 May, 2022 – we now have that final start list with bib numbers.

It is an eagerly-awaited race which will see the first IRONMAN World Champion crowned in more than two-and-a-half years.

Pro Women racing at St George

As the defending champion from Kona 2019, Germany’s Anne Haug will rightly carry bib F1 this year, with four-time champion, Daniela Ryf allocated F2.

Daniela Ryf IRONMAN World Championship

In volume terms, almost half of the field is comprised of athletes from Great Britain and the USA, who both have seven names listed.

Recently announced as the replacement for the injured Lucy Charles-Barclay in the Pho3nix Sub8 Project in June, the rapid rise and 70.3 Lanzarote performance of Kat Matthews (F7) will likely see her start as one of the race favourites, especially as world #1 Laura Philipp was ruled out at the start of race week due to Covid.

That’s a relatively unusual situation, with St George representing a debut IRONMAN World Championship for Kat.

Will a new name rise to the top or can previous winners Haug and Ryf, rule again?

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Start list and bib numbers – Pro Women

BIBFIRSTLASTCOUNTRY
F1AnneHaugGER
F2DanielaRyfSUI
F4LauraPhilippGER
F5HeatherJacksonUSA
F6SkyeMoenchUSA
F7KatrinaMatthewsGBR
F8LinseyCorbinUSA
F9MajaStage-NielsenDEN
F10GurutzeFrades LarraldeESP
F11AngelaNaethCAN
F12LisaNordenSWE
F14FenellaLangridgeGBR
F15JocelynMcCauleyUSA
F16SaraSvenskSWE
F17NikkiBartlettGBR
F18RuthAstleGBR
F19LauraSiddallGBR
F20LauraZimmermannGER
F21JustineMathieuxFRA
F23ReneeKileyAUS
F24KylieSimpsonAUS
F25JoannaRyterSUI
F26HaleyChuraUSA
F27KellyFillnowUSA
F28MeredithKesslerUSA
F29RachMcBrideCAN
F30CarolinLehriederGER
F31SimoneMitchellGBR
F32TaraGrosvenorGBR
F33TessaKortekaasNED
John Levison
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John Levison
TRI247's Chief Correspondent, John has been involved in triathlon for well over 30 years, 15 of those writing on these pages, whilst he can also be found commentating for events across the UK.
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