PTO announces men's roster for T100 Miami

After yesterday the Professional Triathletes Organization (PTO) unveiled the female start list Now the turn has come to learn about the men's participation in the T100 Miami, which will take place on March 9, 2024 at CLASH Endurance Miami.

A Stellar Competition Field

Among triathletes, they stand out  Magnus ditlev of Denmark, ranked #2 in the world by the PTO, closely followed by Jason West (# 3) Sam long (#9) And Ben Kanute (#23).

In addition, the list is reinforced by the presence of the current Ironman World Champion, the French Sam Laidlow, and two-time Olympic champion, Alistair Brownlee from Great Britain, among other prominent triathletes.

Also Javier Gómez Noya He will return to the competition in this test, being one of the favorites for the competition

Name Country
Magnus ditlev THE
Jason West USA
Sam long USA
Pieter Heemeryck BEL
Ben Kanute USA
Sam Laidlow FRA
Daniel Baekkegard THE
Mathis Margier FRA
Rudy von berg USA
Leon chevalier FRA
Bradley Weiss RSA
Clement mignon FRA
Aaron Royle AUS
David McNamee GBR
Alistair Brownlee GBR
Javier Gomez ESP
Rich Bogen GER

With 14 of the top 17 PTO athletes, the men's event in Miami will be quite a spectacle.

Jason West, with his sights set on becoming the first World Champion of the 100 km distance, expressed his excitement to compete again at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, where he seeks to repeat his success from the previous year.

These are the wild cards selected

Name Country
Youri Keulen NED
menno koolhaas NED
Gregory barnaby ITA

It will be possible to follow live

The T100 Miami will not only be a high-level competition, but also a spectacle for triathlon fans, since there will be a live broadcast.

Viewers will be able to follow it live on Eurosport in Europe, PTO+ for the rest of the world, and on Max in the US, ensuring global coverage of the event thanks to PTO's partnership with Warner Bros. Discovery and others. international issuers.

How does the T100 Triathlon World Tour work?

The T100 Triathlon World Tour introduces a revolutionary competition format, with each contracted athlete required to complete a minimum of 5 races plus the Grand Final.

Athletes will accumulate points in each race, with a grand final where the best will be.

With a prize pool of $250,000 USD in each T100 and a total of $2,000,000 at stake, the fight for the title of T100 Triathlon World Champion is closer than ever.


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