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Singapore T100 Triathlon World Tour: Start time and how to watch live as Brownlee bids for glory

Our preview for Sunday's Singapore T100 men's race - with Alistair Brownlee and Sam Laidlow among the stars in action

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Many of the best triathletes in the world are battling it out over the 100km distance at the Singapore T100 this weekend and on Sunday the men take centre stage.

We’ve already seen Ashleigh Gentle run down Lucy Charles-Barclay for a terrific success in the pro women’s race, but there is still one big race to come.

Triathlon legend Alistair Brownlee and reigning IRONMAN World Champions Sam Laidlow are just two of the reasons to tune in for what should be an epic showdown in South East Asia on Sunday.

In our preview of the race below, you can find all the information you need including start times, streaming information and a preview of both fields. 

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Start times and how to watch live

For the men’s pro race, the starting gun will go off at 15:15 local time on Sunday April 14. This corresponds to 08:15 in the UK, 09:15 in Central Europe and 00:15 on the West Coast. 

In Europe, the races can be watched on Eurosport or Discovery+. Watch the official broadcast below, available outside of Europe. 

Pro Men

Coming in as the series leader and highest ranked athlete in the PTO World Rankings, Magnus Ditlev was set to be the main contender this weekend.

Magnus Ditlev grimaces after taking the tape at the Miami T100.
[Photo Credit – PTO]

But the Dane, who crashed his bike in training earlier this week, suffered injuries to his knee and wrist which have unfortunately ruled him out of stepping up to the start line.

In his absence, the American duo of Sam Long and Jason West will fancy their chances, with Long coming straight off the back of three consecutive podiums in Pucon, Miami and most recently IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside.

Belgian Pieter Heemeryck, who finished second in Singapore last year with a breakthrough performance is another contender, with IRONMAN World Champion Sam Laidlow another athlete who can never be overlooked.

Britain's Alistair Brownlee finished fifth at the Miami T100.
[Photo Credit – PTO]

Finally, Alistair Brownlee will be viewed by many as one of the heavy favourites, especially if he has managed to progress from his raw and brave performance in Miami last month, where he just missed the podium in fifth.

Prize Money and Points

Racing for a total prize purse of $250,000, plus valuable T100 Tour points in South East Asia, there is plenty at stake. On race day, the winners will take home $25,000 and 35 points, with the prize money and points for each position outlined below.

POSITIONPRIZE MONEYPOINTS
1$25,00035
2$16,00028
3$12,00025
4$9,00022
5$8,00020
6$7,00018
7$6,50016
8$6,00014
9$5,50012
10$5,00011
11$2,50010
12$2,5009
13$2,5008
14$2,5007
15$2,5006
16$2,5005
17$2,5004
18$2,5003
19$2,5002
20$2,5001
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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