Preview IRONMAN European Championship Hamburg 2024

This coming Sunday, June 2, Hamburg will once again host the IRONMAN European Championship 2024.

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This prestigious competition, which is part of the IRONMAN Pro Series, brings together some of the best triathletes in the world in a race that promises strong emotions and elite performance.

Featured Athletes

The event will feature the participation of 31 top-level professional athletes.

Among them, the British Kat matthews, who wears bib number 1. Matthews, recovering from a calf injury, scored a significant victory at IRONMAN Texas last month, defending his North American Championship title for the second year in a row.

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Another competitor to follow closely is the Danish Maja Stage Nielsen, who is seeking her first podium of 2024 after being surpassed by Matthews in Texas last year.

Likewise, the British Fenella Langridge, who finished sixth in Texas, is aiming for a podium finish in Hamburg after her first IRONMAN victory in Australia late last year.

The german Daniela Bleymehl, with memorable wins at home such as the 2018 Challenge Roth, is also a strong contender, despite a recent withdrawal from IRONMAN South Africa.

We cannot forget the American Jackie Hering and the swedish Sara Svensk, both capable of surprising with their performance and potential to reach the podium.


The IRONMAN Hamburg European Championship will begin at 06:15 local time (05:15 in the UK, 00:15 on the US East Coast and 21:15 on the West Coast on June 1).

Where to see it live?

The live broadcast will begin at 06:00 local time and will be available through Dazn, L'Equipe Live, Outside TV and the IRONMAN Pro Series website.

In addition, fans will be able to follow all the details of the race in real time thanks to the IRONMAN Tracker application, an essential tool to not miss any of the action.


The total prize up for grabs this weekend is $87,500, of which $28,000 will go to the winner.

In addition to the prizes, the triathletes will compete for crucial points in the IRONMAN Pro Series, with 5,000 points for the first classified, points that will be reduced depending on the time difference with respect to the winner.

Slots for the World Cup

This event will also offer six qualifying spots for the IRONMAN World Championship in Nice later in the season.

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