First PROS confirmed for the PTO Asian Open

The long awaited PTO Asian Open It already has a confirmed date.

The next Saturday 20 of August, At 15:15 p.m. local time (09:15 a.m. Spanish time), this prestigious triathlon event will take place in Singapore.

confirmed athletes

The list of confirmed athletes for the event is of a high level as expected.

Among the names that stand out are the first three in the PTO ranking: Kristian Blummenfelt (NOR), Gustav Iden (NOR) and Magnus ditlev (DEN).

In addition, another five of the top ten in the PTO ranking will be present, including Sam Laidlow (FRA), Max neumann (AUS), Sam long (USA), Ben Kanute (USA) and Daniel Baekkegard (DEN).

This is the complete table confirmed today.

Number Athlete's Name Nationality
1 Kristian Blummenfelt NOR
2 Gustav Iden NOR
3 Magnus ditlev THE
4 Sam Laidlow FRA
5 Max neumann AUS
6 Sam long USA
7 Ben Kanute USA
8 Daniel Baekkegard THE
9 Aaron Royle AUS
10 Pieter Heemeryck BEL
11 Florian Angert GER
12 Jason West USA
13 Bradley Weiss SA
14 Denis Chevrot FRA

Athlete expectations

The athletes are full of enthusiasm and expectations for the competition. Kristian Blummenfelt, who will compete in four major events in August, has expressed his motivation:

"I want to compete against the best, when the prize money is high and everyone is at the starting line.

That is what the PTO offers, so the PTO Asian Open is an opportunity for me to perform and as I have said many times in my life, I love to win and I hate to lose.".

For its part, Max neumann, winner of the PTO European Open in Ibiza, is also up for the challenge:

"The victory in Ibiza was the biggest of my career, so having another chance in Singapore to compete against the best in the world is what I want.

 I think freshness is the key and not about competing or training.

It's something you have to learn, I haven't competed since Ibiza and doing a solid training block in Australia, something similar to what I did before winning in Ibiza".

Competition details

The competition will take place in the Marina Bay area, against the backdrop of the iconic Singapore skyline.

Prizes amount to $600.000 between the 20 women and men, with $100.000 for the winner, $50.000 for the second and $35.000 for the third.

Singapore, the host city

Singapore, the host city of the PTO Asian Open, is a vibrant metropolis full of contrasts.

Known for its stunning skyline, rich history, and cultural diversity, Singapore offers a unique blend of old and new.

From the futuristic skyscrapers of Marina Bay to the colorful shophouses of Chinatown, there is something for everyone in this Southeast Asian city-state.

How to follow the competition

The competition can be followed live from Eurosport 2, DAZN, beIN Sports or SPORTV.

There are no previous results.

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