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WTCS Yokohama: Full men’s start list as Olympic champion Kristian Blummenfelt kicks off season

Kristian Blummenfelt (NOR) will be just one of the athletes to watch this weekend at WTCS Yokohama, as the top tier of short course racing gets underway in Japan.

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The World Triathlon Championship Series gets underway this weekend, with WTCS Yokohama hosting the first event of the season following the cancellation of WTCS Abu Dhabi.

Playing a vital role in the Olympic qualification for a number of national federations, most notably the USA, Yokohama promises to be an action packed day of racing.

The full start list for the men’s race can be found below, and we have also included all the information about following the race live this weekend.

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WTCS Yokohama Start List – Elite Men

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

BIBFIRSTLASTCOUNTRY
1DorianConinxFRA
2LeoBergereFRA
3VascoVilacaPOR
4MatthewHauserAUS
5KristianBlummenfeltNOR
6CsongorLehmannHUN
7MiguelHidalgoBRA
8TylerMislawchukCAN
9JelleGeensBEL
10Kenji NenerJPN
11MartenVan RielBEL
12JonasSchomburgGER
14RobertoSanchez MantecónESP
15HenriSchoemanRSA
16AdrienBriffodSUI
17TomRichardFRA
18BenceBicsakHUN
19AntonioSerrat SeoaneESP
20DylanMcCulloughNZL
21MatthewMcElroyUSA
22Vetle BergsvikThornNOR
23ValentinWertzGER
24TaylorReidNZL
25Lasse NygaardPriesterGER
26RicardoBatistaPOR
27CharlesPaquetCAN
28RichardMurrayNED
29GaborFaldumHUN
30GianlucaPozzattiITA
31MicheleSarzillaITA
32SethRiderUSA
33JonathanBrownleeGBR
34MorganPearsonUSA
35EmilHolmDEN
36JacobBirtwhistleAUS
37MartinSobeyCAN
38LukeWillianAUS
39DiegoMoyaCHI
40TakumiHojoJPN
41DavidCastro FajardoESP
42SergioBaxter CabreraESP
43SimonWestermannSUI
44MakotoOdakuraJPN
45Mark DevayHUN
46BrandonCopelandAUS
47VincentLuisFRA
48Aram MichellPenaflor MyosinMEX
49TjebbeKaindlAUT
50RenSatoJPN
51SimonHenseleitGER
52AloisKnablAUT
53JumpeiFuruyaJPN
54RostislavPevstovAZE
55AlbertoGonzalez GarciaESP
56CallumMcCluskyAUS
57DarrSmithUSA
58CasperStornesNOR
59AobaYasumatsuJPN
60HugoMilnerGBR
61KevinMcDowellUSA

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

In Japan, the racing will take place on Saturday May 11. For the men, the race will begin at 13:00 local time. This corresponds to 05:00 in the UK, 00:00 on the East Coast and 21:00 on the West Coast on Friday.

Kristian Blummenfelt Paris Test Event [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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