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Olympic Games Triathlon Paris Test Event: Full finishing order and times for Elite Men

Who finished where in Paris on Friday

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Alex Yee dominated a high-class field in Paris on Friday to win the Olympic Games triathlon Test Event in some style. But his brilliant performance was only part of the story.

More than 60 Elite Men athletes took centre stage on the iconic course against a backdrop dripping with historic landmarks. But where did they all finish?

As well as Yee at the front end there were some hard luck stories, with Matt Hauser (COVID) not even making it to the start and Hayden Wilde seeing his victory hopes disappear with an injury early on the run.

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Full Finishing Order – Elite Men

Here is the full finishing order for Paris on Friday August 18, 2023:

  • 1. Alex Yee (GBR) – 1:41:02
  • 2. Vasco Vilaca (POR) – 1:41:15
  • 3. Dorian Coninx (FRA) – 1:41:15
  • 4. Pierre Le Corre (FRA) – 1:41:17
  • 5. Leo Bergere (FRA) – 1:41:20
  • 6. Morgan Pearson (USA) – 1:41:23
  • 7. Tim Hellwig (GER) – 1:41:26
  • 8. Miguel Hidalgo (BRA) – 1:41:30
  • 9. Kristian Blummenfelt (NOR) – 1:41:52
  • 10. Roberto Sanchez Mantecon (ESP) – 1:42:05
  • 11. Max Studer (SUI) – 1:42:12
  • 12. Gabor Faldum (HUN) – 1:42:15
  • 13. Tyler Mislawchuk (CAN) – 1:42:17
  • 14. Matt McElroy (USA) – 1:42:19
  • 15. Sergio Baxter Cabrera (ESP) – 1:42:21
  • 16. Michele Sarzilla (ITA) – 1:42:23
  • 17. Barclay Izzard (GBR) – 1:42:28
  • 18. Jelle Geens (BEL) – 1:42:32
  • 19. Bence Bicsak (HUN) – 1:42:33
  • 20. Takuma Hoko (JPN) – 1:42:36
  • 21. Jonas Schomburg (GER) – 1:42:42
  • 22. Ricardo Batista (POR) – 1:42:43
  • 23. Csongor Lehmann (HUN) – 1:42:47
  • 24. Genis Grau (ESP) – 1:42:57
  • 25. Tayler Reid (NZL) – 1:43:10
  • 26. Seth Rider (USA) – 1:43:10
  • 27. Antonio Serrat Seoane (ESP) – 1:43:17
  • 28. Makoto Odakura (JPN) – 1:43:19
  • 29. Emil Holm (DEN) – 1:43:23
  • 30. Lasse Luhrs (GER) – 1:43:23
  • 31. Johannes Vogel (GER) – 1:43:24
  • 32. Gianluca Pozzatti (ITA) – 1:43:25
  • 33. Noah Servais (BEL) – 1:43:31
  • 34. Rostislav Pevtsov (AZE) – 1:43:32
  • 35. Vetle Bergsvik Thorn (NOR) – 1:43:34
  • 36 Jawad Abdelmoula (MAR) – 1:43:44
  • 37. Brock Hoel (CAN) – 1:43:50
  • 38 Alois Knabl (AUT) – 1:43:57
  • 39. Nicolo Strada (ITA) – 1:43:58
  • 40. Mark Devay (HUN) – 1:44:01
  • 41. Diego Moya (CHI) – 1:44:03
  • 42. Casper Stornes (NOR) – 1:44:06
  • 43. Jumpei Furuya (JPN) – 1:44:14
  • 44. Shachar Sagiv (ISR) – 1:44:18
  • 45. Darr Smith (USA) – 1:44:23
  • 46. Simon Westermann (SUI) – 1:44:43
  • 47. Simon Henseleit (GER) – 1:44:44
  • 48. Kenji Nener (JPN) – 1:44:45
  • 49. Dylan McCullough (NZL) – 1:45:15
  • 50. Chase McQueen (USA) – 1:46:09
  • 51. Jonny Brownlee (GBR) – 1:46:10
  • 52. Aram Michell Penaflor Moysen (MEX) – 1:48:51
  • 53. Antonio Bravo Neto (BRA) – 1:49:08
  • 54. Aoba Yasumatsu (JPN) – 1:49:37
  • DNF. Manoel Messias (BRA)
  • DNF. Richard Murray (NED)
  • DNF. Vincent Luis (FRA)
  • DNF. Jacob Birtwhistle (AUS)
  • DNF. Adrien Briffod (SUI)
  • DNF. Hayden Wilde (NZL)
  • DNF. Henri Schoeman (RSA)
  • DNF. David Castro Fajardo (ESP)
  • DNF. Luke Willian (AUS)
  • DNF. Brandon Copeland (AUS)
  • DNF. Ayan Beisenbayev (KAZ)
  • DNS. Matt Hauser (AUS)
  • DNS. Charles Paquet (CAN)
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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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