Alistair Brownlee chasing first PTO win as stars announced for Singapore T100 Triathlon World Tour

Alistair Brownlee is set to star in Singapore after the start lists for the next T100 race were released by World Triathlon.

Staff Reporter
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World Triathlon have released the start list for the Singapore T100, with 17 of the 20 contracted athletes set to make the trip out to South East Asia next month.

Alistair Brownlee, who led for much of the way at the first race of the season in Miami before finishing fifth, is set to race again and will chase a first ever win on the T100 Tour.

Denmark’s Magnus Ditlev, who won in Miami, leads a star studded field that will also feature three high quality wildcards in a race that is bound to be an absolute thriller.

Titans clash again

With two-time Olympic gold medalist Brownlee and PTO World #2 Ditlev putting on such a show in Miami, it will be a pleasure to watch the pair go head-to-head again next month in Singapore.

Magnus Ditlev overtakes Alistair Brownlee at the Miami T100.
[Photo Credit – PTO]

Joined by a strong contingent of athletes, the pair will undoubtedly have their work cut out, with top pros like Australian Max Neumann, who hasn’t raced since the PTO Tour European Open in Ibiza which he won, set to start.

Other big names include Javier Gomez, the multiple time world champion who was a last minute withdrawal from Miami, plus Sam Long, who stunned the field with a brilliant bike-run to take second place behind Ditlev in Miami.


Can Keulen continue to impress?

Of the athletes who received a wildcard to race in Miami, only Dutchman Youri Keulen returns, with the rising star looking to back up his fourth place in Florida with another top performance.

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Keulen and Brownlee would battle into the final couple of kilometres

Joining Keulen as wildcards in Singapore are German Mika Noodt, who last year finished 12th at the PTO Tour Asian Open, plus Kiwi Kyle Smith, who is racing off the back of a big win at Challenge Wanaka.

Keulen, who just missed out on a permanent contract at the start of the year, looked like an athlete well worthy of a spot in Miami and will surely continue to press his claim, with a podium having to be the next objective for the 25-year-old.

Singapore T100 Men’s Start List (Provisional):

  • Magnus Ditlev (DEN)
  • Bradley Weiss (RSA)
  • Rudy von Berg (USA)
  • David McNamee (GBR)
  • Javier Gomez (ESP)
  • Max Neumann (AUS)
  • Kyle Smith (NZL)
  • Frederic Funk (GER)
  • Daniel Baekkegard (DEN)
  • Aaron Royle (AUS)
  • Alistair Brownlee (GBR)
  • Sam Long (USA)
  • Youri Keulen (NED)
  • Mika Noodt (GER)
  • Pieter Heemeryck (BEL)
  • Sam Laidlow (FRA)
  • Leon Chevalier (FRA)
  • Jason West (USA)
  • Clement Mignon (FRA)
  • Ben Kanute (USA)
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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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