Trek Factory Racing Triathlon announce star studded roster for 2024 season

Trek have announce their roster for the 2024 season, with five Americans, three Brits and one Belgian making up the star studded lineup.

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Rivalling the BMC Pro Triathlon team for the honour of best lineup in the sport, the recently announced Trek Factory Racing Triathlon squad for 2024 is absolutely stacked.

Ranging from Olympic gold medal hopefuls to IRONMAN World Championship contenders and everything else in between, the team has it all and will be a force to be reckoned with in 2024.

Made up of nine athletes, including an Olympic gold medalist and two IRONMAN 70.3 World Champions, the roster is guaranteed to feature in all the major races this season.


Short course stars vying for gold in Paris

Of the three athletes on the team targeting the Paris Olympic Games, two have already secured their slots, with Alex Yee and Taylor Knibb set to represent Great Britain and the USA respectively in July.

Taylor Knibb IRONMAN World Championship Kona 2023 Bike Leg
American triathlete Taylor Knibb during the bike leg of the 2023 IRONMAN World Championship in Kona, Hawaii (Getty Images for IRONMAN).

The third, Marten Van Riel, is making his WTCS comeback this weekend in Abu Dhabi after a long period out injured and will hope to secure his spot to join his two teammates in the French capital as soon as possible.

In addition to their short course ambitions, both Van Riel and Knibb are contracted to the T100 Triathlon World Tour this season, where the pair will swap their road bikes for a TT rig and look to make a late bid for the series title in the second half of the year.

Smart Trainers - Marten Van Riel / Super League Triathlon Series Munich
Photo Credit: Jesper Gronnemark/Superleague Triathlon

Finally, Knibb, the defending IRONMAN 70.3 World Champion, and Van Riel, who is qualified for this year’s championships in Taupo, are likely to feature prominently in the race for the title in New Zealand in December.

IRONMAN Pro Series and T100 Tour titles on the line

Joining Van Riel and Knibb in the middle distance races from the team will be Americans Ben Kanute and Sam Long, plus Boulder based Brit Holly Lawrence, who are both contracted to the T100 Triathlon World Tour in 2024.

Sam Long St George photo credit Tom Pennington Getty Images for IRONMAN
Sam Long at St George [Photo credit Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN]

Another American, Skye Moench, will also be representing the TFR Triathlon team at the T100, with the American IRONMAN record holder also qualified for the IRONMAN World Championship in Nice this September.

Finally, the last two members of the team, medical student turned pro Matthew Marquardt and British fan favourite Fenella Langridge, will be flying the flag for Trek in the IRONMAN Pro Series in 2024.

Covering pretty much all events possible from the Super League and WTCS races all the way up to the full distance then, the team will be represented at almost every major event in 2024 and given their calibre, will likely be making frequent stops on the podium too.

Full Trek Factory Racing Triathlon roster:

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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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