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Olympic Games Triathlon: Men’s start list and bib numbers

More than 50 men will line up to bid for gold in the Olympic Games triathlon (2230 BST Sunday), and here is the official start list and bib numbers.

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The Olympic Games triathlon action gets under way early on Monday in Tokyo with the men battling for gold in the Japanese capital.

More than 50 stars will line up in a bid to become the 2020 champion (or 2021, whatever you prefer), with Jonathan Brownlee and Alex Yee representing Great Britain.

They have a tough test in what looks a wide open race with a number of athletes going in with genuine podium prospects.

With no fans allowed at Tokyo events due to the ongoing pandemic, it is TV viewers only and here is your guide to who will line up Sunday/Monday (depending on where you are in the world), and what number they will wear.

Official start list and bib numbers – Men

BIB NUMBERATHLETENATION
1Tayler ReidNZL
2Hayden WildeNZL
3Justus NieschlagGER
4Jonas SchomburgGER
5Léo BergereFRA
6Dorian ConinxFRA
7Vincent LuisFRA
8Dmitry PolyanskiyROC
9Igor PolyanskiyROC
10Jacob BirtwhistleAUS
11Matthew HauserAUS
12Aaron RoyleAUS
14Stefan ZachäusLUX
15Tyler MislawchukCAN
16Matthew SharpeCAN
17Russell WhiteIRL
18Bence BicsákHUN
19Tamás TóthHUN
20Fernando AlarzaESP
21Javier Gomez NoyaESP
22Mario MolaESP
23Felix DuchamptROU
24Joao PereiraPOR
25Joao SilvaPOR
26Jelle GeensBEL
27Marten Van RielBEL
28Lukas HollausAUT
29Alois KnablAUT
30Kenji NenerJPN
31Makoto OdakuraJPN
32Mehdi EssadiqMAR
33Rostislav PevtsovAZE
34Manoel MessiasBRA
35Gianluca PozzattiITA
36Delian StateffITA
37Ran SagivISR
38Shachar SagivISR
39Diego MoyaCHI
40Crisanto GrajalesMEX
41Irving PerezMEX
42Mohamad MasoSYR
43Kristian BlummenfeltNOR
44Gustav IdenNOR
45Casper StornesNOR
46Andrea SalvisbergSUI
47Max StuderSUI
48Marco Van Der StelNED
49Jorik Van EgdomNED
50Richard MurrayRSA
51Henri SchoemanRSA
52Kevin McDowellUSA
53Morgan PearsonUSA
54Jonathan BrownleeGBR
55Alex YeeGBR
56Oscar CogginsHKG
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Who will win the men’s Olympic triathlon?

Ah, the burning question, and a pretty tough one to answer.

Our guru John Levison analysed all of the leading contenders (and some live outsiders) in his big-race preview.

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Men’s Olympic triathlon start time

The race starts at 0630 local time on Monday July 26. That’s 2230 BST on Sunday July 25 if you are in the UK. If you’re in the U.S the race goes off at 1730 Eastern, 1430 Pacific Time on Sunday. For all the Olympic triathlon details you need – including TV details – check out our full guide.

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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