PTO Tour US Open: Men’s Start List and bib numbers for MASSIVE Milwaukee clash

Staff Reporter

The PTO Tour heads to Milwaukee this weekend for the second edition of the PTO Tour US Open, with a number of the worlds best battling it out over the 100km distance for a slice of a mega prize purse.

There is an abundance of quality set to line up for the men’s race, with Olympic champion Kristian Blummenfelt taking on a number of challengers, including Challenge Roth record breaker Magnus Ditlev and legend Jan Frodeno.

We have the full start list for the men’s race, which comprises of 30 of the world’s top-ranked athletes, including a number of strong wildcards and late additions who will undoubtedly mix things up.

We also now know that ‘Big Unit’ Sam Long WILL start on Friday after his first child – son Leo – was born earlier this week.


Men’s Start List

3SamLongUnited States
4BenKanuteUnited States
10JasonWestUnited States
14BradleyWeissSouth Africa
17TrevorFoleyUnited States
18ThomasBishopUnited Kingdom
20BradenCurrieNew Zealand
21ChrisLeifermanUnited States
22ThorBendix MadsenDenmark
23DavidMcNameeUnited Kingdom
25MikiMoerck TaagholtDenmark
26TimothyO’DonnellUnited States
28JustinMetzlerUnited States
29MarcDubrickUnited States
31MatthewMarquardtUnited States

Start time and how to watch live

The men will race on Friday August 4, with the action getting under way at 1615 local time. That is 1715 on the East Coast (1415 PST), 2215 in the UK and 2315 CET.

In Europe the race will be broadcast live on Eurosport, with global coverage also available via the new PTO+ app and a range of global broadcast partners and streaming services.

Tomos Land
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Tomos Land
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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