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The IRONMAN Pro Series begins at 70.3 Oceanside

The triathlon season in the United States begins strongly this April 6 in California with the Athletic Brewing IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside, marking the debut of the IRONMAN Pro Series™.

This event not only kicks off the series, but also brings together more than 100 of the world's best professional triathletes in the birthplace of triathlon.

The competition promises to be fierce, as it has a total prize of $50,000,

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Among the female participants, triathletes such as Tamara jewett, Taylor Knibb, Fenella Langridge, Paula Findlay, and Emma Pallant Browne

Female start list

BibNumber Last Name First Name Country Represented
F1 Jewett Tamara CAN (CANADA)
F2 Knibb Taylor USA (UNITED STATES)
F3 Langridge Fenella GBR (UNITED KINGDOM)
F4 Findlay Paula CAN (CANADA)
F5 Pallant-Browne Emma GBR (UNITED KINGDOM)
F6 Frades Larralde Gurutze ESP (SPAIN)
F7 La K Grace AUS (AUSTRALIA)
F8 Lewis Danielle USA (UNITED STATES)
F9 Stage Nielsen Maja DNK (DENMARK)
F10 Brandon Lauren USA (UNITED STATES)

As for the men's category, there will be the two-time IRONMAN world champion, Patrick Lange, together with Lionel Sanders, Jackson Laundry, Joe Skipper, Braden Currie, and Sam long, among others.

Male start list

BibNumber Last Name First Name Country Represented
M1 Laundry Jackson CAN (CANADA)
M2 Swaddle Patrick DEU (GERMANY)
M3 Sanders Lionel CAN (CANADA)
M4 Captain Joe GBR (UNITED KINGDOM)
M5 Currie Braden NZL (NEW ZEALAND)
M6 Long Sat USA (UNITED STATES)
M7 Geens Jelle BEL (BELGIUM)
M8 Foley Trevor USA (UNITED STATES)
M9 dubrick Marc USA (UNITED STATES)
M10 Leiferman Chris USA (UNITED STATES)

The Spanish Gurutze Frades larralde will be present, competing against some of the best athletes in the world, highlighting the quality and international level of participation in this event.

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The test begins with a 1.2-mile swim in the Pacific Ocean, followed by a 56-mile bike course through Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, and ends with a 13.1-mile run that promises to be decisive in the final result. .

Schedule

The test will be held on Saturday, April 6, 2024, starting at 6:40 AM, local California time (15:40 PM, Spanish time.)

3.000 age groups

In addition to the professionals, approximately 3,000 age group athletes will compete on the same course, seeking to qualify for the IRONMAN 70.3 VinFast World Championship 2024 in Taupō, New Zealand, and for the women's race at the 2024 IRONMAN VinFast World Championship in Nice, France.

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