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IRONMAN World Championship at Kona 2023: Full finishing order and times from the Big Island

The full results rundown on what happened in Hawaii on Saturday

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Redefining triathlon

The 2023 IRONMAN World Championship wrote more names into Kona folklore after an epic triathlon day on the Big Island of Hawaii.

It was Britain’s Lucy Charles-Barclay who finally scaled the summit after four second-place finishes, producing a brilliant all-round performance to lead for every second of the day. She would do it in a new course-record time.

Germany’s Anne Haug produced a new run course record to claim second, while compatriot Laura Philipp also stormed through the field to take the final podium spot.

But those were only three of the stories on a day where there were many storylines – including Kona debutant Taylor Knibb finishing a highly creditable fourth on her debut over the full distance.

Five-time champion Daniela Ryf meanwhile finished fifth on what was likely to be her final appearance as a pro on the Big Island.

IRONMAN World Championship Full Results

Here is the full finishing order from Kona on Saturday:

  • 1. Lucy Charles Barclay (GBR) – 8:24:31
  • 2. Anne Haug (GER) – 8:27:33
  • 3. Laura Philipp (GER) – 8:32:55
  • 4. Taylor Knibb (USA) – 8:35:56
  • 5. Daniela Ryf (SUI) – 8:40:34
  • 6. Chelsea Sodaro (USA) – 8:42:25
  • 7. Skye Moench (USA) – 8:43:34
  • 8. Sarah True (USA) – 8:47:06
  • 9. Lisa Norden (SWE) – 8:49:36
  • 10. Jocelyn McCauley (USA) – 8:50:39
  • 11. Hannah Berry (NZL) – 8:53:45
  • 12. Ruth Astle (GBR) – 8:55:35
  • 13. Penny Slater (AUS) – 8:57:17
  • 14. Svenja Thoes (GER) – 8:58:30
  • 15. Els Visser (NED) – 8:59:16
  • 16. Laura Siddall (GBR) – 8:59:51
  • 17. Haley Chura (USA) – 9:01:10
  • 18. Radka Kahlefeldt (CZE) – 9:03:07
  • 19. Laura Jansen (GER) – 9:03:14
  • 20. Rebecca Clarke (NZL) – 9:04:00
  • 21. Maja Stage Nielsen (DEN) – 9:04:26
  • 22. Laura Zimmermann (GER) – 9:07:45
  • 23. Jen Annett (CAN) – 9:08:35
  • 24. Leonie Konczalla (GER) – 9:09:02
  • 25. Rachel Zilinskas (USA) – 9:10:46
  • 26. Lotte Wilms (NED) – 9:15:09
  • 27. Sara Svensk (SWE) – 9:17:55
  • 28. Pamella Oliveira (BRA) – 9:18:40
  • 29. Michelle Vesterby (DEN) – 9:19:44
  • 30. Fenella Langridge (GBR) – 9:22:16
  • 31. Mariana Borges de Andrade (BRA) – 9:26:19
  • 32. Jeanne Collonge (FRA) – 9:27:41
  • 33. Daniela Bleymehl (GER) – 9:27:42
  • 34. Chloe Lane (AUS) – 9:28:31
  • 35. Sarah Crowley (AUS) – 9:35:11
  • 36. Carla Dahan (FRA) – 9:36:42
  • 37. Agnieszka Jerzyk (POL) – 9:38:53
  • 38. Kate Gillespie-Jones (AUS) – 9:43:05
  • 39. Laura Brown (AUS) – 9:48:01
  • 40. Lauren Brandon (USA) – 9:50:28
  • 41. Alex Watt (USA) – 9:52:54
  • 42. Sarah Thomas (AUS) – 10:04:10
  • 43. Melanie McQuaid (CAN) – 10:04:51
  • 44. Fiona Moriarty (IRL) – 10:10:51
  • 45. Jodie Robertson (USA) – 10:18:05
  • 46. Hilary Hughes (IRL) – 10:22:29
Graham Shaw
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Graham has been involved with TRI247 & RUN247 since the summer of 2021. Since then he has provided strategic direction for all news and is passionate about the growth of triathlon as a fan sport.
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