The IRONMAN Vitoria 2024 startlist

The IRONMAN Vitoria-Gasteiz 2024, scheduled for next Sunday, July 14, is presented as one of the most anticipated events on the national and international calendar.

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This event, part of the IRONMAN Pro Series™, attracts approximately 80 of the world's top professionals who will compete for 5,000 series points, a $125,000 prize pool and three spots per gender to the VinFast IRONMAN World Championship in Nice, France (women), or Kona, Hawaii (men).

Male participation

In the men's professional field, the participation of the current IRONMAN world champion stands out, Sam Laidlow (FRA), who will wear bib number 1 and will debut in the IRONMAN Pro series.

Kristian Høgenhaug (DNK), fifth in the 70.3 IRONMAN 2024 Alcúdia-Mallorca, and Mathias Lyngsø Petersen (DNK), second at the IRONMAN African Championship in South Africa, are also on the entry list.

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Other triathletes to take into account will be David McNamee (GBR), Antonio Benito-Lopez (ESP) y Arthur Horseau (FRA).

M1 laidlow Sat FRA (France)
M2 wilkowiecki Robert POL (Poland)
M3 Høgenhaug Kristian DNK (Denmark)
M4 Benito Lopez Antonio ESP (Spain)
M5 Mcnamee David GBR (United Kingdom)
M6 Lyngso Petersen Mathias DNK (Denmark)
M7 horseau Arthur FRA (France)
M8 Costs Anthony FRA (France)
M9 Svensson Jesper SWE (Sweden)
M10 throw Cameron AUS (Australia)
M11 White Bradley ZAF (South Africa)
M13 Loeschke French DEU (Germany)
M14 Dreitz Andreas DEU (Germany)
M15 Teagle James GBR (United Kingdom)
M16 Ferreira John PRT (Portugal)
M17 zepuntke Ruben DEU (Germany)
M19 Davis Thomas GBR (United Kingdom)
M20 Aguayo Muñoz Emilio ESP (Spain)
M21 Steel Lukas DEU (Germany)
M22 Goetstouwers stenn BEL (Belgium)
M23 Sneberger Jan CZE (Czech Republic)
M24 Arentz Finn GBR (United Kingdom)
M25 Jarrige Yvan FRA (France)
M26 kallin Robert SWE (Sweden)
M27 Varga Richard SVK (Slovakia)
M28 Toldi Fernando BRA (Brazil)
M29 Crane Kristian NOR (Norway)
M30 Bermejo Yanguas Ion ESP (Spain)
M31 Villarruel Curra Juan Ignacio ESP (Spain)
M32 brembor Tomasz POL (Poland)
M33 Loewen Garrick CAN (Canada)
M34 Diez Rodriguez Julen ESP (Spain)
M35 Mendes Mercado David ESP (Spain)
M36 Philippe Paulin FRA (France)
M37 Bugallo Creek Victor ESP (Spain)
M38 Besse Jean Claude CHE (Switzerland)
M39 Vinhal Thiago BRA (Brazil)
M40 Gondra Etxebarria Gotzón ESP (Spain)
M41 Chouvelon Corentin FRA (France)
M42 Irigoyen Egia Other ESP (Spain)
M43 Munch Adam DNK (Denmark)
M44 Sowieja Dominik DEU (Germany)
M45 farts Matti DEU (Germany)
M46 Elischer Renning DEU (Germany)
M47 Colino Calomarde Joan ESP (Spain)
M48 Deuel Drake USA
M49 lloyd Liam GBR (United Kingdom)
M50 Txopitea Mikel PSE (Palestine)
M51 pareyn Pamphiel BEL (Belgium)
M52 Palmer Harry GBR (United Kingdom)
M53 Van Diemen Pim NLD (Netherlands)
M54 Jacobi Erwan FRA (France)
M55 Wies Sven DEU (Germany)
M56 Loiseaux Paul FRA (France)
M57 Askengren Albert SWE (Sweden)
M58 Grabowski Michal POL (Poland)
M59 Huckenstein Simon DEU (Germany)
M60 Manyà Roger ESP (Spain)
M61 Lawicki Piotr POL (Poland)

female participation

In the women's field, the IRONMAN Vitoria-Gasteiz 2023 champion, Gurutze Frades Larralde (ESP), will lead the contest with number 1.

Guru, currently ranked 58th in the IRONMAN Pro Series rankings, will look to consolidate his position following his recent top 10 finishes in St. George and Oceanside.

Your main rival will be Kat Matthews (GBR), who recently expressed his goal of winning on Instagram. Matthews has 5,000 series points following his victory at the Memorial Hermann IRONMAN Texas 2024 North American Championship.

The participation of Daniela Bleymehl (DEU), who occupies 13th place in the rankings, and Els Visser (NLD), third in the 2023 edition and currently in 27th position with 4,189 points.

Ruth Astle (GBR), who has battled injuries since the beginning of the year, will also debut in the IRONMAN Pro series.

F1 Frades Larralde Gurutze ESP (Spain)
F2 Matthews Cat GBR (United Kingdom)
F3 Fisherman Els NLD (Netherlands)
F4 Bleymehl Daniela DEU (Germany)
F5 Mathieux Justine FRA (France)
F7 Riveros Barbara CHL (Chile)
F8 Mitchell Simone GBR (United Kingdom)
F9 Astle Ruth GBR (United Kingdom)
F10 Derron Nina CHE (Switzerland)
F12 Kiley Renée AUS (Australia)
F14 Curridori Elizabeth ITA (Italy)
F15 Hartikainen Hack FIN (Finland)
F17 Lane Chloe AUS (Australia)
F19 anderbury Rebecca GBR (United Kingdom)
F20 Brito Curbelo Ruth ESP (Spain)
F21 Komander Ewa POL (Poland)
F22 Tondeur Alexandra BEL (Belgium)
F23 Wolff Catherine DEU (Germany)
F24 Clutterbuck Stephanie GBR (United Kingdom)
F25 udderstadt Jana DEU (Germany)
F26 Rooney Mileage USA
F27 Diaz Philippi Mary Florence ARG (Argentina)
F28 Besse Jamie CHE (Switzerland)
F29 Batt Franziska DEU (Germany)
F30 Lothaller Dominique AUT (Austria)
F32 rough Siliva ESP (Spain)

Tour details

The event will take place in the beautiful region of the Basque Country, offering athletes a circuit that includes a 3.8 km swimming course in Lake Ulibarri-Gamboa, located in the Landa provincial park.

After a short race to the transition, the athletes will cycle 180 km, passing through picturesque towns in the Álava region.

Finally, triathletes will face a flat 42.2 km walking course through the center of Vitoria-Gasteiz, with the finish line located in Plaza España, in the heart of the city.

1.700 age groups

In addition to the professionals, 1,700 age group participants will compete for one of the qualifying spots for the VinFast IRONMAN World Championship

Live broadcast

The IRONMAN Vitoria-Gasteiz will be broadcast live and free of charge across several platforms, including, YouTube, Outside TV, DAZN and Équipe in France.

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