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WTCS Abu Dhabi 2024: Full women’s start list and bib numbers

The full start list, including bib numbers, for what is set to be a blockbuster women's race at WTCS Abu Dhabi.

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Kicking off the Olympic year in style, the first World Triathlon Championship Series event of the year will be held in the United Arab Emirates at WTCS Abu Dhabi.

With valuable Olympic qualification ranking points on the line and the chance to see who is fit and raring to go with the Olympics on the horizon, the racing is set to be electric at the iconic Yas Marina Circuit.

Led by defending World Champion Beth Potter of Great Britain, the full field for the women’s race and their bib numbers can be found below. Additionally, we’ve included the start times and streaming information so you can stay up-to-date with all the action this weekend.

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WTCS Abu Dhabi Start List – Pro Women

The start list – as it stands – is as follows for Friday’s race:

BIBFIRSTLASTCOUNTRY
1BethPotterGBR
2CassandreBeaugrandFRA
3EmmaLombardiFRA
4TaylorSpiveyUSA
5SophieColdwellGBR
6KateWaughGBR
7LisaTertschGER
8JeanneLehairLUX
9Rosa MariaTapia VidalMEX
10SummerRappaportUSA
11GeorgiaTaylor-BrownGBR
12LauraLindemannGER
14TaylorKnibbUSA
15RachelKlamerNED
16KirstenKasperUSA
17LeoniePeriaultFRA
18NicoleVan Der KaayNZL
19Julie DerronSUI
20CathiaScharSUI
21MarleneGomez-GoggelGER
22VerenaSteinhauserITA
23ClaireMichelBEL
24ZsanettKuttor-BragmayerHUN
25NatalieVan CoevordenAUS
26JolienVermeylenBEL
27LenaMeißnerGER
28DjenyferArnoldBRA
29VittoriaLopesBRA
30AliceBettoITA
31YukoTakahashiJPN
32AinsleyThorpeNZL
33Alberte KjærPedersenDEN
34NoeliaJuanESP
35MelanieSantosPOR
36MayaKingmaNED
37JazHedgeland AUS
38DominikaJamnickyCAN
39Solveig LøvsethNOR
40EmyLegaultCAN
41BiancaSeregniITA
42CharlotteMcShaneAUS
43PetraKurikovaCZE
44SophieLinnAUS
45AnnaGodoy ContrerasESP
46Maria CarolinaVelasquez SotoCOL
47MartaPintanel RaymundoESP
48TildaManssonSWE
49IlraiaZaneITA
50GwenJorgensenUSA
51Sinem FranciscaTous ServeraTUR
52Lisa PertererAUT
53TanjaStroschneiderAUT
54SelinaKlamtGER
55Barbara De KoningNED
56SarikaNakayamaJPN

What time does the race start and how can I watch live?

On Friday March 8, women’s race will begin at 16:00 local time. This corresponds to 12:00 in the UK, 13:00 in Central Europe and 04:00 for viewers on the West Coast.

Cassandre Beaugrand Beth Potter Laura Lindemann Paris Test Event podium 2023 [Photo credit: World Triathlon / Wagner Araujo]
[Photo credit: World Triathlon / Wagner Araujo]

All the action will be available to watch live via Triathlonlive.tv

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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