The women's start list for the IRONMAN European Championship in Hamburg

Next Sunday, June 2, Hamburg will be the scene of the European Championship IRONMAN, where more than 30 of the best professional triathletes in the world will compete for the title.

This test is the 6th stop of the IRONMAN Pro Series and the second Full distance race of the series.

Professionals

Among the notable triathletes who will compete in Hamburg is Kat matthews from Great Britain, who has 5,000 points in the series after his victory at the Memorial Hermann IRONMAN North American Championship in Texas.

Fenella Langridge, currently in fifth position in the IRONMAN Pro Series standings, will also be present, having achieved two fifth places in recent competitions.

Another important figure is Daniela Bleymehl from Germany, who will make his debut in the IRONMAN Pro Series. Jackie Hering of the United States, currently eighth in the standings, will participate in its first full-distance triathlon since 2015.

They will also be on the starting line Sara Svensk from Sweden, third in the Zafiro IRONMAN 70.3 Mallorca, and Maja Stage Nielsen of Denmark, together with Joanna ryter from Switzerland, both within the top 20 of the series.

Start list

BibNumber First Name Last Name country representation
F1 Cat Matthews GBR (United Kingdom)
F2 Fenella Langridge GBR (United Kingdom)
F3 Daniela Bleymehl DEU (Germany)
F4 Maja Stage Nielsen DNK (Denmark)
F5 Joanna ryter CHE (Switzerland)
F6 Jackie Hering USA (United States of America)
F7 Sara Svensk SWE (Sweden)
F8 Laura Jansen DEU (Germany)
F9 Els Fisherman NLD (Netherlands)
F10 Elizabeth Curridori ITA (Italy)
F11 Julie lemmolo FRA (France)
F12 Carolin lehrieder DEU (Germany)
F13 Alexandra Tondeur BEL (Belgium)
F14 Kristin Liepold DEU (Germany)
F15 Margaret elfers DEU (Germany)
F16 Rebecca anderbury GBR (United Kingdom)
F17 Catherine Wolff DEU (Germany)
F18 Stephanie wonders DEU (Germany)
F19 Mary Florence Diaz Philippi ARG (Argentina)
F20 Henrike The government DEU (Germany)
F21 Dimity-Lee Duke AUS (Australia)
F22 Line Borsinski DNK (Denmark)
F23 Fabia Maramotti ITA (Italy)
F25 Katrine Grcesb0II Christensen DNK (Denmark)
F26 Sabrina Roth DEU (Germany)
F27 Annika Timm DEU (Germany)
F28 Hannah arlom DEU (Germany)
F29 Cathrine sand DNK (Denmark)
F30 Sabrina Exenberger AUT (Austria)
F31 Erin Schenkels CAN (Canada)

87.500 € in prizes

As one of the marquee events on the IRONMAN calendar, the IRONMAN European Championship in Hamburg offers a total prize pool of $87,500, with $28,000 going to the winner, plus 5,000 crucial points towards IRONMAN Pro Series standings.

6 Slots for the World Cup

Additionally, six spots at the VinFast IRONMAN World Championship in Nice, France are up for grabs, adding an extra level of competition.

Live tracking

The event will be broadcast live and can be followed by viewers around the world through platforms such as proseries.ironman.com, Outside TV, DAZN and L'Equipe in France.

More from 2.800 triathletes

The European championship will also feature more than 2,800 age group participants looking to secure one of the qualifying spots for the VinFast IRONMAN World Championship in Nice (for women) or Kona, Hawaii (for men).

The popularity of the event is reflected in its rapid sell-out, being one of the most requested events among fans due to its central location, the flat and fast course, and the unmatched support of the spectators.

The circuits

Triathletes will begin with a 3.8km swim in the Inner and Outer Alster Lake, known for its calm and mild conditions.

Then, they will tackle a 178 km two-lap cycle circuit, passing iconic sites such as the Reeperbahn, the fish market and the UNESCO-listed Speicherstadt, entering the idyllic Vier- und Marschlande.

Finally, the test will end with a 42.2 km running route, divided into four laps, which offers an incomparable atmosphere in the center of Hamburg, ideal for spectators.

There are no previous results.

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