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WTCS Yokohama 2023: Start lists and bib numbers as road to Paris 2024 continues

Japan takes centre stage early on Saturday - here are the start list details

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The road to Paris 2024 continues on Saturday as WTCS Yokohama takes centre stage with what should be two fascinating Elite races.

A week on from the PTO Tour European Open in Ibiza, the focus switches very much to top-level short-course racing as we move closer to just one year out from the big show in the French capital next summer.

2021 men’s winner in Yokohama, Kristian Blummenfelt, will line up on Saturday after the long trip from Ibiza, while compatriot and reigning IRONMAN World Champion Gustav Iden also continues his Paris countdown.

Britain’s Georgia Taylor-Brownwinner last year and silver medalist in Tokyo in 2021 – features on the women’s start list while American Taylor Knibb, who won here two years ago, is also in the mix.

Here are the start lists and bib numbers for your TV viewing pleasure, wherever you are in the world.

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Elite Women

The women get under way at 1016 local time on Saturday (that’s 0216 Saturday in the UK, 0316 CET). If you are in the United States the start time is 2116 Friday on the East Coast, and 1816 on the West Coast (PST):

NoNameCountry
1Sophie ColdwellGBR
2Taylor SpiveyUSA
3Summer RappaportUSA
4Nina EimGER
5Emma LombardiFRA
6Verena SteinhauserITA
7Lisa TertschGER
8Miriam Casillas GarcíaESP
9Julia HauserAUT
10Claire MichelBEL
11Georgia Taylor-BrownGBR
12Rosa Maria Tapia VidalMEX
14Ainsley ThorpeNZL
15Marlene Gomez-GöggelGER
16Jaz HedgelandAUS
17Lisa PertererAUT
18Djenyfer ArnoldBRA
19Jeanne LehairLUX
20Anna Godoy ContrerasESP
21Kirsten KasperUSA
22Natalie Van CoevordenAUS
23Amelie KretzCAN
24 Melanie SantosPOR
25Roksana SlupekPOL
26Kate WaughGBR
27Ilaria ZaneITA
28Paulina KlimasPOL
29 Zsanett BragmayerHUN
30Rachel KlamerNED
31Yuko TakahashiJPN
32Erica HawleyBER
33Emy LegaultCAN
34Kira HedgelandAUS
35Tanja StroschneiderAUT
36Valerie BarthelemyBEl
37Cecilia Sayuri Ramirez AlavezMEX
38Taylor KnibbUSA
39Maya KingmaNED
40Laura LindemannGER
41Alberte Kjær PedersenDEN
42Bianca SeregniITA
43Erika AckerlundUSA
44Nicole Van Der KaayNZL
45Cathia SchärSUI
46Lizeth Rueda SantosMEX
47Sophie LinnAUS
48Ivana KuriackovaSVK
49Xisca TousTUR
50Yuka SatoJPN
51Shanae WilliamsRSA
52Alissa KonigSUI
53Minori IkenoJPN
54Xinyu LinCHN
55Sarika NakayamaJPN
56Tereza ZimovjanovaCZE
57Hiraku FukuokaJPN
58Rani SkrabanjaNED
60Eva DanielsLUX
61Juri IdeJPN
62Yifan YangCHN

Elite Men

The men’s elite race starts at 1306 local time on Saturday – that’s 0506 UK and 0606 CET. On the East Coast of the United States you need to be around at 0006, while things get under way at 2106 Friday PST:

NoNameCountry
1Vasco VilacaPOR
2Dorian ConinxFRA
3Leo BergereFRA
4Roberto Sanchez ManteconESP
5Matt McElroyUSA
6Adrien BriffodSUI
7Antonio Serrat SeoaneESP
8Tyler MislawchukCAN
9Richard MurrayNED
10Barclay IzzardGBR
11Miguel HidalgoBRA
12Sylvain FridelanceSUI
14Matthew HauserAUS
15Kenji NenerJPN
16Lasse Nygaard PriesterGER
17Brandon CopelandAUS
18Joao PereiraPOR
19Michele SarzillaITA
20David Castro FajardoESP
21Ren SatoJPN
22Makoto OdakuraJPN
23Aram Michell Peñaflor MoysenMEX
24 Vetle Bergsvik ThornNOR
25Takumi HojoJPN
26Shachar SagivISR
27Henri SchoemanRSA
28Jelle GeensBEL
29 Márk DévayHUN
30Luke WillianAUS
31Valentin WernzGER
32Alois KnablAUT
33Bence BicsákHUN
34Leon PaugerAUT
35Hayden WildeNZL
36Jonas SchomburgGER
37Jumpei FuruyaJPN
38Johannes VogelGER
39Gustav IdenNOR
40Kristian BlummenfeltNOR
41Csongor LehmannHUN
42Marten Van RielBEL
43Tom RichardFRA
44Seth RiderUSA
45Simon WestermannSUI
46Tayler ReidNZL
47Morgan PearsonUSA
48Aoba YasumatsuJPN
49Chase McQueenUSA
50Jacob BirtwhistleAUS
51Jack WillisGBR
52Jeremy BriandCAN
53Callum McCluskyAUS
54Crisanto GrajalesMEX
55Antonio Bravo NetoBRA
56Martin SobeyCAN
57Dylan McCulloughNZL
58Genta UchidaJPN
60Bob HallerLUX
61Arnaud MengalBEL
62Stefan ZachäusLUX
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