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WTCS Sunderland 2023 start list and bib numbers for the Mixed Team Relay

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Team Germany, who starred on home soil last time in Hamburg, top the list for today’s Mixed Team Relay at WTCS Sunderland.

France dominated the individual action on Saturday with a one-two in both the men’s and women’s races and are clearly one of the favourites.

They were among the teams who made changes when the final line-ups had to be submitted, with Cassandre Beaugrand coming in as Leonie Periault hadn’t recovered in time after a fall yesterday.

New WTCS men’s series leader Hayden Wilde also steps up for Dylan McCullough, having originally been rested by New Zealand.

Beth Potter, who has landed two WTCS races this season, has joined up with Team GB and will race the second leg for them while Jess Fullagar – clear-cut winner of the Super Series race in Sunderland yesterday, anchors them in place of Olivia Mathias.

And the 2016 Rio Olympics winner Gwen Jorgensen moves from leg four to leg two in the United States’ bid for glory.

It should be quite a race and here’s your full rundown…


WTCS Sunderland Mixed Relay Start Lists

BIBTeamLeg 1Leg 2Leg 3Leg 4
1GermanyLasse LührsAnabel KnollJohannes VogelMarlene Gomez-Göggel
2United StatesChase McQueenGwen JorgensenDarr SmithGina Sereno
3New ZealandTayler Reid Ainsley ThorpeHayden WildeBrea Roderick
4SwitzerlandMax Studer Julie DerronAdrien BriffodCathia Schär
5Australia Jacob Birtwhistle Charlotte McShaneOscar DartJasmine Greaves
6Italy Nicolò Strada Ilaria ZaneAlessio Crociani Alice Betto
7Great BritainBarclay Izzard Beth PotterMax StapleyJess Fullagar
8HungaryGábor Faldum Zsanett BragmayerMárk Dévay Karolina Helga Horváth
9FranceTom Richard Emma LombardiPierre Le Corre Cassandre Beaugrand
10SpainSergio Baxter Cabrera Miriam Casillas GarciaAntonio Serrat SeoaneNoelia Juan
11BelgiumArnaud MengalJolien Vermeylen Noah Servais Claire Michel
12MexicoAram Michell Peñaflor Moysen Mercedes Romero OrozcoCrisanto GrajalesLizeth Rueda Santos
14DenmarkEmil Holm Anne HolmOscar Gladney Rundqvist Clara Carlquist
15NorwayVetle Bergsvik ThornLotte Miller Casper Stornes Solveig Løvseth
16NetherlandsRichard Murray Rachel KlamerMitch KolkmanAniek Mars
17BrazilManoel Messias Vittoria LopesMiguel Hidalgo Djenyfer Arnold
18PortugalVasco Vilaca Melanie SantosRicardo BatistaMaria Tomé
19South AfricaHenri SchoemanShanae WilliamsJamie RiddleVicky Van Der Merwe
20JapanRen SatoYuko TakahashiKyotaro YoshikawaMinori Ikeno

Start time and how to watch on live stream or TV

The eagerly-awaited race takes place on Sunday July 29 with the gun going off at 13:15 local time. This corresponds to 14:15 CET and 08:15 on the East Coast of the United States (0515 PT).

You can watch the race live stream on the World Triathlon subscription service, TriathlonLive, and it is also available free-to-air for UK TV viewers via BBC iPlayer, the BBC Sport website, the BBC Sport App and the BBC Red Button.

Gwen Jorgensen WTCS Sunderland 2023 run photo credit World Triathlon / Tommy Zaferes
Gwen Jorgensen will race leg four for the USA [Photo credit: World Triathlon / Tommy Zaferes]
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