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WTCS Sunderland 2023 start list and bib numbers for Elite Women

The full women's start list for WTCS Sunderland 2023.

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French stars Cassandre Beaugrand and Emma Lombardi head the women’s start list for the first edition of WTCS Sunderland this weekend.

The pair have both tasted success on the WTCS circuit already this season, and will start among the favourites for another win on Saturday.

Kiwi Nicole Van Der Kaay, who swept the domestic scene Down Under before starting her European campaign, is the next best ranked athlete, with Swiss star Cathia Schar another young gun hoping to make an impact.

Only Olivia Mathias will fly the flag for Great Britain in the North East this weekend, as the rest of the British team are battling injury or finalising preparations for the Paris Olympic Test Event.

Here is the full start list for the action in the North East of England.

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WTCS Sunderland Women’s Start List

BIBFIRSTLASTCOUNTRY
1CassandreBeaugrandFrance
2EmmaLombardiFrance
3NicoleVan Der KaayNew Zealand
4CathiaScharSwitzerland
5Zsannett ZitaKuttor-BragmayerHungary
6MarleneGomez-GoggelGermany
7LeoniePeriaultFrance
8MiriamCasillas GarciaSpain
9AnnikaKochGermany
10LenaMeißnerGermany
11ClareMichelBelgium
14AinsleyThorpeNew Zealand
15DjenyfyrArnoldBrazil
16JazHedgelandAustralia
17VittoriaLopesBrazil
18LizethRueda SantosMexico
19ErikaAckerlundUnited States
20RachelKlamerThe Netherlands
21JolienVermeylenBelgium
22MelanieSantosPortugal
23SolveigLovsethNorway
24YukoTakahashiJapan
25AnabelKnollGermany
26BreaRoderickNew Zealand
27CharlotteMcShaneAustralia
28PetraKurikovaCzech Republic
29IlariaZaneItaly
30NoeliaJuanSpain
31EmmaJacksonAustralia
32DominikaJamnickyCanada
33ValerieBarthelemyBelgium
34MariaTomePortugal
35AnnaGodoy ContrerasSpain
36LisaPertererAustria
37BiancaSeregniItaly
38NoraGmurSwitzerland
39TildaManssonSweden
40OliviaMathiasGreat Britain
41LotteMillerNorway
42ShanaeWilliamsSouth Africa
43Gwen JorgensenUnited States
44LuisaBaptistaBrazil
45GinaSerenoUnited States
46AnneHolmDenmark
47NoemiSarszegiHungary
48JulieDerronSwitzerland
49MariaCascals MojicaSpain
50TerezaZimovjanovaCzech Republic
51VickyVan Der MerweSouth Africa
52ThereseFeuersingerAustria
53AliceBettoItaly

Start time and how to watch on live stream or TV

The race takes place over the sprint distance on Saturday July 29 with the gun going off at 15:35 local time. That is 16:35 CET and 10:35 on the East Coast of the United States (07:35 PT).

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

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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