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Who, what and where? Find out which events your favourite pro triathletes are racing in 2024

Our comprehensive guide to the 2024 triathlon race season, including information on where you can expect to see your favourite professionals race!

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With so many events and race series taking place this year, triathlon fans can be forgiven for feeling like they have more questions than answers with regards to where they can expect to see their favourite athletes compete in 2024.

Will Patrick Lange be racing the T100 Triathlon World Tour? Can we expect to see Hayden Wilde compete at the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship? Will Lucy Charles-Barclay defend her IRONMAN title? It seems impossible to keep track!

Luckily, in the article below, you can find all the answers to the questions above plus much more. Bookmark this page and then sit back, relax and enjoy what is set to be a triathlon year for the ages, with our trusty guide right by your side.

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2024 Major Triathlon Events Calendar

With an Olympic Games, brand new race series from IRONMAN and the PTO, plus a whole host of other races on the cards for 2024, keeping track of the races that matter feels like a tall order.

To help, we have compiled all the information on the premier events in both short course and long course racing, with the calendar set to be continually updated throughout the season.

DATESERIESRACELOCATION
March 8-9WTCSWTCS Abu DhabiAbu Dhabi (UAE)
March 9-10T100 Triathlon World TourMiami T100Miami (USA)
April 6IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN 70.3 OceansideOceanside (USA)
April 13-14T100 Triathlon World TourSingapore T100Singapore
April 27IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN TexasTexas (USA)
May 4IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN 70.3 St.GeorgeSt.George (USA)
May 11IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN 70.3 MallorcaMallorca (ESP)
May 11WTCSWTCS YokohamaYokohama (JPN)
May 19Challenge FamilyThe ChampionshipŠamorín (SVK)
May 19IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN 70.3 ChattanoogaChattanooga (USA)
May 25WTCSWTCS CagliariCagliari (ITA)
June 2IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN HamburgHamburg (GER)
June 8IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN 70.3 BoulderBoulder (USA)
June 8-9T100 Triathlon World TourSan Francisco T100San Francisco (USA)
June 16IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN CairnsCairns (AUS)
June 23IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN 70.3 Mont-TremblantQuebec (CAN)
June 30IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN 70.3 Les Sables Vendėe (FRA)
July 7Challenge FamilyChallenge RothRoth (GER)
July 13-14WTCSWTCS HamburgHamburg (GER)
July 16IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN Vitoria-GasteizVitoria-Gasteiz (ESP)
July 21IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN Lake PlacidLake Placid (USA)
July 27-28T100 Triathlon World TourLondon T100London (GBR)
July 30-31Olympic GamesIndividual RacesParis (FRA)
August 5Olympic GamesMixed Team Relay RaceParis (FRA)
August 18IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN FrankfurtFrankfurt (GER)
August 25IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN 70.3 Tallinn Tallinn (EST)
September 1IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN 70.3 Zell Am SeeZell Am See (AUT)
September 14Challenge FamilyChallenge AlmereAlmere (NED)
September 14-15WTCSWTCS MontrealMontreal (CAN)
September 22IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN World Championship Nice (FRA)
September 28-29T100 Triathlon World TourIbiza T100Ibiza (ESP)
October 17-20WTCSWTCS Malaga Grand FinalMalaga (ESP)
October 19-20T100 Triathlon World TourLake Las Vegas T100Lake Las Vegas (USA)
October 26IRONMAN Pro SeriesRONMAN World Championship Kona (USA)
November 16-17T100 Triathlon World TourDubai T100Dubai (UAE)
December 1IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN 70.3 Western AustraliaBusselton (AUS)
December 14-15IRONMAN Pro SeriesIRONMAN 70.3 World ChampionshipTaupo (NZL)

Pro Women

Starting with the women, we have broken down a list of the top athletes into two categories below, based on their preferred distances, with information on where you can expect to see them competing.

Taylor Knibb and Kat Matthews embrace on the finish line (Photo by Nigel Roddis, Getty Images for IRONMAN)
Taylor Knibb and Kat Matthews embrace on the finish line in Lahti [Photo credit: Nigel Roddis, Getty Images for IRONMAN]

The Short Course Stars

Beth Potter – Qualified for the Paris Olympic Games. Racing WTCS.

Georgia Taylor-Brown – Chasing one of the two available slots alongside Potter on Team GB in Paris. Racing WTCS.

Kate Waugh – Chasing one of the two available slots alongside Potter on Team GB in Paris. Racing WTCS.

Sophie Coldwell – Chasing one of the two available slots alongside Potter on Team GB in Paris. Racing WTCS.

Vicky Holland – Climbing her way back through the rankings following pregnancy. Racing World Triathlon Cups to qualify for WTCS.

Cassandre Beaugrand – Qualified for the Paris Olympic Games. Racing WTCS.

Emma Lombardi – Chasing Paris qualification for Team France. Racing WTCS.

Laura Lindemann – Qualified for the Paris Olympic Games. Racing WTCS.

Nina Eim – Qualified for the Paris Olympic Games. Racing WTCS.

Lisa Tertsch – Qualified for the Paris Olympic Games. Racing WTCS.

Taylor Knibb – Qualified for Paris Olympic Games. Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing WTCS and T100 Tour.

Taylor Spivey – Chasing Paris qualification for Team USA alongside Knibb. Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Racing WTCS and T100 Tour.

Gwen Jorgensen – Chasing Paris qualification for Team USA alongside Knibb. Racing WTCS.

Katie Zaferes – Chasing Paris qualification for Team USA alongside Knibb. Battling for WTCS slots. Racing Continental Cups and World Triathlon Cups to qualify for WTCS.

Flora Duffy – Last raced short course in November 2022. Defending Olympic champion but struggling with injury. Chasing Paris qualification. Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Racing short course (TBC) and T100 Tour.

The Long Course Legends

Anne Haug – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Racing T100 Tour.

Ashleigh Gentle – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing T100 Tour.

Lucy Charles-Barclay – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Ruled herself out of racing IRONMAN World Championship. Racing T100 Tour.

Laura Philipp – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Chasing IRONMAN World Championship qualification. Racing T100 Tour.

Kat Matthews – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Committed to IRONMAN Pro Series. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing T100 Tour and IRONMAN Pro Series.

Paula Findlay – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing T100 Tour.

Daniela Ryf – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Chasing IRONMAN World Championship qualification. Racing T100 Tour.

Imogen Simmonds – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing T100 Tour.

Emma Pallant-Browne – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing T100 Tour.

Chelsea Sodaro – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN World Championship. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing T100 Tour.

Marjolaine Pierre – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN World Championship. Racing T100 Tour.

Skye Moench – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN World Championship. Racing T100 Tour.

Tamara Jewett – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing T100 Tour.

India Lee – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN World Championship. Racing T100 Tour.

Amelia Watkinson – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN World Championship. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing T100 Tour.

Fenella Langridge – Committed to IRONMAN Pro Series. Qualified for IRONMAN World Championship. Racing IRONMAN Pro Series.

Holly Lawrence – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Racing T100 Tour.

Lucy Byram – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Racing T100 Tour.

Jocelyn McCauley – Ruled herself out of racing IRONMAN World Championship. Racing TBC.

Pro Men

On the men’s side, we have broken the list of top athletes into the same two categories, with notes on what races these professionals will be racing in 2024.

Hayden Wilde celebration ironman 703 melbourne 2023 photo credit IRONMAN
Hayden Wilde celebrates an emphatic victory in Melbourne [Photo credit: IRONMAN]

The Short Course Stars

Hayden Wilde – Chasing Paris qualification for the Team New Zealand. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing WTCS.

Leo Bergere – Chasing Paris qualification for Team France. Racing WTCS.

Dorian Coninx – Qualified for the Paris Olympic Games. Racing WTCS.

Pierre Le Corre – Qualified for the Paris Olympic Games. Racing WTCS.

Vincent Luis – Chasing Paris qualification for Team France. Racing WTCS.

Vasco Vilaca – Chasing Paris qualification for Team Portugal. Racing WTCS.

Alex Yee – Qualified for the Paris Olympic Games. Racing WTCS.

Matthew Hauser – Qualified for the Paris Olympic Games. Racing WTCS.

Tim Hellwig – Qualified for the Paris Olympic Games. Racing WTCS.

Kristian Blummenfelt – Chasing Paris qualification for Team Norway. Intending to race IRONMAN World Championship. Racing WTCS.

Gustav Iden – TBC.

Jelle Geens – Chasing Paris qualification for Team Belgium. Racing WTCS.

Jonathan Brownlee – Chasing Paris qualification for Team Great Britain. Racing WTCS.

Marten Van Riel – Chasing Paris qualification for Team Belgium. Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing WTCS and T100 Tour.

Morgan Pearson – Qualified for the Paris Olympic Games. Racing WTCS.

The Long Course Legends

Magnus Ditlev – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN World Championship. Racing T100 Tour and IRONMAN World Championship.

Jason West – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing T100 Tour.

Pieter Heemeryck – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN World Championship. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing T100 Tour and IRONMAN World Championship.

Mathis Margirier – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Racing T100 Tour.

Rudy von Berg – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN World Championship. Racing T100 Tour and IRONMAN World Championship.

Leon Chevalier – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN World Championship. Racing T100 Tour and IRONMAN World Championship.

Sam Long – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing T100 Tour.

Patrick Lange – Committed to IRONMAN Pro Series. Qualified for IRONMAN World Championship. Racing IRONMAN Pro Series.

Daniel Bakkegard – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN World Championship. Racing T100 Tour.

Sam Laidlow – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN World Championship. Racing T100 Tour and IRONMAN World Championship.

Frederic Funk – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing T100 Tour.

Aaron Royle – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Racing T100 Tour.

David McNamee – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Racing T100 Tour.

Ben Kanute – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN World Championship. Racing T100 Tour and IRONMAN World Championship.

Rico Bogen – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Racing T100 Tour.

Lionel Sanders – Committed to IRONMAN Pro Series. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing IRONMAN Pro Series.

Joe Skipper – Committed to IRONMAN Pro Series. Racing IRONMAN Pro Series.

Alistair Brownlee – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Racing T100 Tour.

Javier Gomez – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Qualified for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. Racing T100 Tour.

Max Neumann – Contracted to T100 Triathlon World Tour. Racing T100 Tour.

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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