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WTCS Pontevedra start list for Elite Women as Potter and Beaugrand go for global glory

We have an absolutely STELLAR field for the big one in Spain

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WTCS Pontevedra takes centre stage again later today (Sunday September 24) as the world’s best Elite Women battle for world title glory in the 2023 Grand Final.

Cassandre Beaugrand and Beth Potter are set to face off in a bid to end the season on top of the standings, and they will face a stellar field with pretty much everybody who is anybody in short-course racing on the start line.

It promises to be quite the event and we have all the detail on who is racing, and who is not.

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WTCS Pontevedra Start List – Elite Women

The start list for the weekend’s massive showdown in Spain is as follows:

BIBFIRST NAMELAST NAMECOUNTRY
1CassandreBeaugrandFRA
2BethPotterGBR
3EmmaLombardiFRA
4TaylorSpiveyUSA
5SummerRappaportUSA
6Rosa MariaTapia VidalMEX
7JeanneLehairLUX
8SophieColdwellGBR
9NinaEimGER
10LauraLindemannGER
11LisaTertschGER
12KateWaughGBR
14LeoniePeriaultFRA
15NicoleVan Der KaayNZL
16KatieZaferesUSA
17AnnikaKochGER
18MarleneGomez-GöggelGER
19KirstenKasperUSA
20VerenaSteinhauserITA
21ZsanettKuttor-BragmayerHUN
22JolienVermeylenBEL
23DjenyferArnoldBRA
24LenaMeißnerGER
25MiriamCasillas GarciaESP
26RachelKlamerNED
27AinsleyThorpeNZL
28JulieDerronSUI
29Alberte KjærPedersenDEN
30NatalieVan CoevordenAUS
31ErikaAckerlundUSA
32VittoriaLopesBRA
33MayaKingmaNED
34ClaireMichelBEL
35LizethRueda SantosMEX
36MelanieSantosPOR
37JazHedgelandAUS
38DominikaJamnickyCAN
39SolveigLøvsethNOR
40YukoTakahashiJPN
41JuliaHauserAUT
42GinaSerenoUSA
43AliceBettoITA
45PetraKurikovaCZE
46NoeliaJuanESP
47CharlotteMcShaneAUS
48ValerieBarthelemyBEL
49SophieLinnAUS
50MartaPintanel RaymundoESP
51AnnaGodoy ContrerasESP
52BiancaSeregniITA
53OliviaMathiasGBR
54TildaMånssonSWE
55Sinem FranciscaTous ServeraTUR
56GwenJorgensenUSA
57LisaPertererAUT
59TanjaStroschneiderAUT
60HirakuFukuokaJPN
61SaraGuerrero MansoESP
62MinoriIkenoJPN
63EvaGoodissonNZL
64AobaYasumatsuJPN
65AntonioBravo NetoBRA
66AyanBeisenbayevKAZ
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Start time and how to watch live

The race for Elite Women starts at 1630 local time on Sunday September 24 in northwest Spain. That is 1530 UK time, 1030 on the East Coast of the United States and 0730 PST.

You can of course subscribe to  TriathlonLIVE.tv to watch all of the action from Spain.

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Who is NOT racing at WTCS Pontevedra

The list of absentees are headed by the gold and silver medallists from the Tokyo Olympics in 2021 – Bermuda’s golden hero Flora Duffy (knee) and Britain’s second-placed finisher Georgia Taylor-Brown. Also not starting in Pontevedra is IRONMAN 70.3 World Champion Taylor Knibb, who booked her Paris 2024 spot at the recent Test Event in the French capital.

Latest WTCS standings

The standings heading into Pontevedra highlight that title battle between Potter and Beaugrand:

  • 1. Cassandre Beaugrand (FRA) – 3341.45
  • 2. Beth Potter (GBR) – 3309.38
  • 3. Emma Lombardi (FRA) – 2946.16
  • 4. Taylor Spivey (USA) – 2836.90
  • 5. Summer Rappaport (USA) – 2357.47
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Graham has been involved with TRI247 & RUN247 since the summer of 2021. Since then he has provided strategic direction for all news and is passionate about the growth of triathlon as a fan sport.

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