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T100 Triathlon World Tour: Youri Keulen leads the rankings after wondrous wildcard win

Youri Keulen (NED) leads the T100 Tour rankings after finishing fourth at the Miami T100 and then taking a brilliant win at the Singapore T100.

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After a breakthrough victory which landed him in hospital at the Singapore T100, Youri Keulen now leads the T100 Triathlon World Tour rankings after stunning performances at the first two races of the season.

Just edging American Sam Long by a point at the top of the leaderboard, Keulen, who is currently racing without a contract, has been the standout athlete of the series so far.

With two months now until the next race at the San Francisco T100, we take a look through the current standings a quarter of the way through the inaugural tour.

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How do the rankings work?

Athletes are awarded points based on their finishing position at every race, with the seven regular season events awarding fewer points than the Grand Final at the end of the year.

Following the Grand Final, the T100 Tour title will be awarded to the athlete with the highest points, based on their four best-scoring performances throughout the year.

POSITIONT100 POINTST100 GRAND FINAL
13555
22845
32540
42235
52030
61827
71624
81421
91218
101116
111014
12912
13811
14710
1569
1658
1747
1836
1925
2014
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Current T100 Tour standings – Men

The leading men – as of April 16, 2024 – are as follows:

  • 1. Youri Keulen (NED) – 57 points
  • 2. Sam Long (USA) – 56 points
  • 3. Magnus Ditlev (DEN) – 35 points
  • 4. Aaron Royle (AUS) – 27 points
  • 5. Mathis Margirier (FRA) – 25 points
  • 6. Pieter Heemeryck (BEL) – 25 points
  • 7. Jason West (USA) – 23 points
  • 8. David McNamee (GBR) – 22 points
  • 9. Kyle Smith (NZL) – 20 points
  • 10. Rudy von Berg (USA) – 20 points
  • 11. Alistair Brownlee (GBR) – 20 points
  • 12. Menno Koolhaas (NED) – 18 points
  • 13. Mika Noodt (GER) – 18 points
  • 14. Leon Chevalier (FRA) – 16 points
  • 15. Kacper Stepniak (POL) – 14 points
  • 16. Daniel Baekkegard (DEN) – 14 points
  • 17. Frederic Funk (GER) – 12 points
  • 18. Sam Laidlow (FRA) – 12 points
  • 19. Josh Amberger (AUS) – 11 points
  • 20. Rico Bogen (GER) – 9 points
  • 21. Bradley Weiss (RSA) – 9 points
  • 22. Ben Kanute (USA) – 7 points
  • 23. Clement Mignon (FRA) – 6 points
  • 24. Arthur Horseau (FRA) – 0 points
  • 25. Gregory Barnaby (ITA) – 0 points
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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