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Last changes: 

  • December 5th: Added Results for Clash Daytona and IM Western Australia
  • December 1st: Added Seedings for Clash Daytona
  • November 26th: Added Seedings for IM Western Australia
  • November 21st: Added Result for IM South Africa and IM Cozumel

Deep Dive Into the 2021 Triathlon Money List

After 2020 saw a big dip in Professional triathlon racing and overall prize money, things have improved in 2021. Especially the second half of the year has seen big events and big purses. But things are not yet back to the pre-Corona 2019 numbers, for example prize money paid by WTC in Ironman and 70.3 3 events is still down by about 40% compared to 2019. This post looks at the overall trends and which athletes have been making good money in different categories.

If you want to check out the 2020 lists, you can find them in my post “Deep Dive Into 2020 Triathlon Money List“.

Money List – Overview

First, here is an overview of the races that are included in the money lists and comparisons to the 2020 and 2019 seasons. The totals are shown in US$, for races that paid their prize purse in a different currency the amounts have been converted into US$.

The big exception to overall lower numbers is the addition of the PTO. As when they have entered the scene in 2020, they are the biggest provider of “official prize money” in 2021 triathlon. With their plans of adding more big-paying races to the calendar, this will likely continue in 2022. An interesting question: Will this lead to increased purses by other race providers as well? For example, Ironman has increased the money for the Ironman World Championships for the first time since 2013, now paying an additional $100.000 and paying the Top 15 (instead of Top 10). 

Type Description Total Money
2021
Change
to 2019
Total Money
2020
Total Money
2019
# Events
(2019)
Ironman WTC Ironman-branded races $ 1.448.250 -41% $ 200.000 $ 2.467.000 18 (32)
70.3 WTC 70.3-branded races $ 1.246.750 -42% $ 233.900 $ 2.152.750 29 (71)
PTO PTO-supported races (incl. Bonus Pool) $ 4.170.503 8%* $ 3.846.316   11 (15*)
Challenge Challenge-branded full and half-distance
races
(incl. Bonus Pool)
$ 843.516 -7% $ 16.614 $ 909.586 19 (27)
ITU ITU World Triathlon Championship Series
(incl. Bonus Pool)
$ 1.650.000 -24% $ 250.000 $ 2.185.000 7 (9)
SuperLeague SuperLeague Professional Events $ 814.500 -10% $ 50.000 $ 904.800 5 (4)
Other Independent Races (e.g Embrun, XTerra
World Championships, Alpe D’Huez)
$ 406.769   $ 15.822 $ 624.877 10 (9)
Total   $ 10.580.288 14% $ 4.612.652 $ 9.244.013 99 (152)

* comparisons for PTO are to 2020 (the first year they have been active)

Overall Money List

Daniela Ryf has won five races this season and finished second in the PTO World Rankings. While she wasn’t able to secure another World title at 70.3 Worlds, she still was making good money in all her other events, just edging out Gustav Iden and Lucy Charles-Barclay as the top money winner. There was a total of 23 athletes who were able to make more than $100.000 this year, compared to 16 in 2019. There was a total of 647 athletes who were able to earn prize money in 2021. 

Dani CollinsCup
Photo: Daniela on the bike leg at the Collins Cup, provided by the PTO

# Name Gender Total PTO WTC Challenge Short Course Other
1 Ryf, Daniela F $ 244.000 $ 180.000 $ 64.000      
2 Iden, Gustav M $ 242.700 $ 170.000 $ 65.000   $ 7.700  
3 Charles-Barclay, Lucy F $ 239.655 $ 162.455 $ 64.000 $ 4.500 $ 8.700  
4 Knibb, Taylor F $ 221.900 $ 91.000 $ 23.000   $ 107.900  
5 Sanders, Lionel M $ 215.000 $ 160.000 $ 50.500 $ 4.500    
6 Frodeno, Jan M $ 190.859 $ 180.000   $ 10.859    
7 Haug, Anne F $ 186.853 $ 130.000 $ 3.000 $ 53.853    
8 Long, Sam M $ 186.500 $ 130.000 $ 56.500      
9 Lange, Patrick M $ 180.994 $ 105.000 $ 25.000 $ 50.994    
10 Blummenfelt, Kristian M $ 175.100 $ 8.000 $ 12.000 $ 15.000 $ 140.100  
11 Duffy, Flora F $ 170.000       $ 150.000 $ 20.000
12 Yee, Alex M $ 162.600       $ 162.600  
13 Skipper, Joe M $ 150.682 $ 100.682 $ 50.000      
14 Learmonth, Jessica F $ 130.700       $ 130.700  
15 Wilde, Hayden M $ 130.500       $ 110.500 $ 20.000
16 Moench, Skye F $ 130.150 $ 77.000 $ 51.250 $ 1.900    
17 Pallant-Browne, Emma F $ 129.500 $ 95.000 $ 31.000     $ 3.500
18 Taylor-Brown, Georgia F $ 124.900       $ 124.900  
19 Philipp, Laura F $ 120.500 $ 80.000 $ 40.500      
20 Baekkegard, Daniel M $ 117.500 $ 85.000 $ 32.500      
21 Matthews, Katrina F $ 113.400 $ 70.000 $ 42.000 $ 1.400    
22 Metzler, Jeanni F $ 112.250 $ 70.000 $ 42.250      
23 Luis, Vincent M $ 102.500   $ 5.000   $ 97.500  
24 Lester, Carrie F $ 96.723 $ 52.000 $ 21.600     $ 23.123
25 Van Riel, Marten M $ 95.800       $ 95.800  

PTO Races

For all of 2021, Daniela Ryf and Jan Frodeno were either first or second in the PTO World Rankings, securing big paydays at the Collins Cup and in the PTO Bonus at the end of 2021. The PTO have paid money to 257 athletes in 2021. 

Frodo

Photo: Jan waiting for the start of his Collins Cup match, provided by the PTO

# Name Gender PTO Total Share
1 Ryf, Daniela F $ 180.000 $ 244.000 74%
1 Frodeno, Jan M $ 180.000 $ 190.859 94%
3 Iden, Gustav M $ 170.000 $ 242.700 70%
4 Charles-Barclay, Lucy F $ 162.455 $ 239.655 68%
5 Sanders, Lionel M $ 160.000 $ 215.000 74%
6 Haug, Anne F $ 130.000 $ 186.853 70%
6 Long, Sam M $ 130.000 $ 186.500 70%
8 Lange, Patrick M $ 105.000 $ 180.994 58%
9 Skipper, Joe M $ 100.682 $ 150.682 67%
10 Pallant-Browne, Emma F $ 95.000 $ 129.500 73%
11 Knibb, Taylor F $ 91.000 $ 221.900 41%
12 Adam, Teresa F $ 88.000 $ 90.658 97%
13 Baekkegard, Daniel M $ 85.000 $ 117.500 72%
14 Philipp, Laura F $ 80.000 $ 120.500 66%
14 Findlay, Paula F $ 80.000 $ 88.500 90%
16 Moench, Skye F $ 77.000 $ 130.150 59%
17 Lawrence, Holly F $ 75.000 $ 95.750 78%
18 Kanute, Ben M $ 72.000 $ 92.975 77%
19 Matthews, Katrina F $ 70.000 $ 113.400 62%
19 Metzler, Jeanni F $ 70.000 $ 112.250 62%

WTC Races

The biggest 2021 money race by WTC was the 70.3 World Championships, and the male winner Gustav Iden tops the list of WTC money, closely followed by female winner Lucy Charles-Barclay. Daniela Ryf is also close to the top with two Ironman-distance wins. All in all, there were 401 athletes who earned prize money from WTC.

Gustav StG

Photo: Gustav raising the St. George winner’s banner, provided by Ironman

# Name Gender IM 70.3 WTC Total Share
1 Iden, Gustav M $ 15.000 $ 50.000 $ 65.000 $ 242.700 27%
2 Charles-Barclay, Lucy F   $ 64.000 $ 64.000 $ 239.655 27%
2 Ryf, Daniela F $ 40.000 $ 24.000 $ 64.000 $ 244.000 26%
4 Long, Sam M $ 15.000 $ 41.500 $ 56.500 $ 186.500 30%
5 Moench, Skye F $ 33.000 $ 18.250 $ 51.250 $ 130.150 39%
6 Sanders, Lionel M $ 27.000 $ 23.500 $ 50.500 $ 215.000 23%
7 Skipper, Joe M $ 50.000   $ 50.000 $ 150.682 33%
8 Metzler, Jeanni F   $ 42.250 $ 42.250 $ 112.250 38%
9 Matthews, Katrina F $ 30.000 $ 12.000 $ 42.000 $ 113.400 37%
10 Philipp, Laura F $ 37.000 $ 3.500 $ 40.500 $ 120.500 34%
11 Jackson, Heather F $ 31.500 $ 7.500 $ 39.000 $ 58.200 67%
12 Baekkegard, Daniel M $ 9.000 $ 23.500 $ 32.500 $ 117.500 28%
13 Pallant-Browne, Emma F   $ 31.000 $ 31.000 $ 129.500 24%
14 van Berkel, Jan M $ 30.000   $ 30.000 $ 38.000 79%
15 Lange, Patrick M $ 25.000   $ 25.000 $ 180.994 14%
15 Nilsson, Patrik M $ 25.000   $ 25.000 $ 25.000 100%
17 Wurf, Cameron M $ 22.000 $ 2.000 $ 24.000 $ 33.825 71%
18 Svenningsson, Rasmus M $ 22.000 $ 1.500 $ 23.500 $ 38.500 61%
19 Knibb, Taylor F   $ 23.000 $ 23.000 $ 221.900 10%
19 Hogenhaug, Kristian M $ 23.000   $ 23.000 $ 61.750 37%

Ironman

Just looking at the Ironman-distance, with two wins (UK, Chattanooga), a second (Switzerland), a third (Lake Placid) and a 6th place (Tulsa) Joe Skipper is the top earner.

Joe UK

Photo: Joe on the bike at IM UK, provided by Ironman

# Name Gender IM Total Share
1 Skipper, Joe M $ 50.000 $ 150.682 33%
2 Ryf, Daniela F $ 40.000 $ 244.000 16%
3 Philipp, Laura F $ 37.000 $ 120.500 31%
4 Moench, Skye F $ 33.000 $ 130.150 25%
5 Jackson, Heather F $ 31.500 $ 58.200 54%
6 Matthews, Katrina F $ 30.000 $ 113.400 26%
6 van Berkel, Jan M $ 30.000 $ 38.000 79%
8 Sanders, Lionel M $ 27.000 $ 215.000 13%
9 Lange, Patrick M $ 25.000 $ 180.994 14%
9 Nilsson, Patrik M $ 25.000 $ 25.000 100%

70.3

By winning 70.3 Elsinore in addition to 70.3 World Championships, Lucy Charles-Barclay was the top money-earner in 70.3 events:

LCB StG

Photo: Lucy celebrating her 70.3 World Championship win, provided by Ironman

# Name Gender 70.3 Total Share
1 Charles-Barclay, Lucy F $ 64.000 $ 239.655 27%
2 Iden, Gustav M $ 50.000 $ 242.700 21%
3 Metzler, Jeanni F $ 42.250 $ 112.250 38%
4 Long, Sam M $ 41.500 $ 186.500 22%
5 Pallant-Browne, Emma F $ 31.000 $ 129.500 24%
6 Ryf, Daniela F $ 24.000 $ 244.000 10%
7 Sanders, Lionel M $ 23.500 $ 215.000 11%
7 Baekkegard, Daniel M $ 23.500 $ 117.500 20%
9 Knibb, Taylor F $ 23.000 $ 221.900 10%
10 Salthouse, Ellie F $ 21.500 $ 68.400 31%

Challenge

The top money earners on the Challenge side are the winners of Challenge Roth. Anne Haug also won Challenge St. Pölten and was 2nd at Challenge Walchsee, securing the top spot in this sub-list. In total, there were 169 athletes who finished in the money ranks in 2021 Challenge races.

Anne Roth

Photo: Anne on the run at Challenge Roth, provided by Challenge Roth

# Name Gender Challenge Total Share
1 Haug, Anne F $ 53.853 $ 186.853 29%
2 Lange, Patrick M $ 50.994 $ 180.994 28%
3 Hall, Lucy F $ 48.353 $ 61.649 78%
4 De Vries, Sarissa F $ 46.954 $ 54.954 85%
5 Elbaek Ditlev, Magnus M $ 44.856 $ 77.606 58%
6 Funk, Frederic M $ 31.036 $ 42.036 74%
7 Spirig, Nicola F $ 25.036 $ 64.136 39%
8 Dapena Gonzalez, Pablo M $ 20.976 $ 28.976 72%
9 Hering, Jackie F $ 18.225 $ 77.725 23%
10 Siddall, Laura F $ 16.919 $ 29.919 57%
11 Steger, Thomas M $ 16.241 $ 29.109 56%
12 Blummenfelt, Kristian M $ 15.000 $ 175.100 9%
13 Hogenhaug, Kristian M $ 13.750 $ 61.750 22%
14 Angert, Florian M $ 12.170 $ 62.170 20%
15 Stimpson, Jodie F $ 12.100 $ 22.100 55%
16 Frommhold, Nils M $ 11.319 $ 21.419 53%
17 Svensson, Jesper M $ 11.000 $ 22.750 48%
17 Genet, Manon F $ 11.000 $ 21.738 51%
19 Frodeno, Jan M $ 10.859 $ 190.859 6%
20 Perez Sala, Sara F $ 10.590 $ 18.590 57%

Short Course

With the Olympics, a lot of attention was on short-course racing. The Olympics themselves do not offer prize money, but the ITU series (now known as World Triathlon Championship Series WTCS) and SuperLeague provided good earning opportunities. Alex Yee was earning well in both event types and tops the short-course money list. In total, 124 athletes made money in these short-course events.

Yee Leeds

Photo: Alex Yee before running away from the other athletes at WTCS Leeds, provided by World Triathlon

# Name Gender WTCS SuperLeague Short Course Total Share
1 Yee, Alex M $ 62.600 $ 100.000 $ 162.600 $ 162.600 100%
2 Duffy, Flora F $ 130.000 $ 20.000 $ 150.000 $ 170.000 88%
3 Blummenfelt, Kristian M $ 120.100 $ 20.000 $ 140.100 $ 175.100 80%
4 Learmonth, Jessica F $ 25.700 $ 105.000 $ 130.700 $ 130.700 100%
5 Taylor-Brown, Georgia F $ 14.900 $ 110.000 $ 124.900 $ 124.900 100%
6 Wilde, Hayden M $ 32.000 $ 78.500 $ 110.500 $ 130.500 85%
7 Knibb, Taylor F $ 107.900   $ 107.900 $ 221.900 49%
8 Luis, Vincent M $ 45.000 $ 52.500 $ 97.500 $ 102.500 95%
9 Van Riel, Marten M $ 83.800 $ 12.000 $ 95.800 $ 95.800 100%
10 Brownlee, Jonathan M $ 9.000 $ 68.500 $ 77.500 $ 78.600 99%
11 Zaferes, Katie F $ 28.000 $ 46.000 $ 74.000 $ 94.000 79%
12 Spivey, Taylor F $ 61.600 $ 11.500 $ 73.100 $ 73.100 100%
13 Kingma, Maya F $ 55.100 $ 3.500 $ 58.600 $ 58.600 100%
14 Coldwell, Sophie F $ 45.900 $ 11.500 $ 57.400 $ 57.400 100%
15 Bergere, Leo M $ 57.000   $ 57.000 $ 57.000 100%
16 Potter, Beth F $ 11.200 $ 32.500 $ 43.700 $ 43.700 100%
17 Periault, Leonie F $ 29.900 $ 11.500 $ 41.400 $ 41.400 100%
18 Vilaca, Vasco M $ 4.400 $ 36.500 $ 40.900 $ 40.900 100%
19 Lindemann, Laura F $ 38.200   $ 38.200 $ 38.200 100%
20 Coninx, Dorian M $ 37.400   $ 37.400 $ 37.400 100%
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Announcing the “St. George Course Information”

Course St George

The next Ironman World Championships will be held on May 7th, 2022. It will be the first ever edition not to be held on Hawaii but in St. George, UT. I have released a 13-page PDF with the following information:

  • the planned course,
  • comparisons to Kona and the courses from other events in St. George,
  • estimates of the finishing times.

The document is available for free, (just enter 0 in the “Name a fair price” field you get after clicking “I want this”). If you enjoy this information (and maybe feel a bit generous before Christmas🎅), it would be great if you donated an amount of your choice to encourage my ongoing information about Pro racing on TriRating. Thank you so much for your support – it means a lot to me!

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Clash Daytona 2021 – Analyzing Results

ClashMale Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time Diff to exp. Prize Money
1 Kristian Blummenfelt NOR 00:24:48 01:43:42 00:58:18 03:08:30 -07:14 US$ 15,000
2 Magnus Elbaek Ditlev DEN 00:25:12 01:40:44 01:02:01 03:10:07 -02:20 US$ 10,500
3 Rudy Von Berg USA 00:24:52 01:43:42 01:01:03 03:11:28 -00:07 US$ 7,500
4 Matt Hanson USA 00:26:36 01:44:32 00:59:44 03:12:46 -01:42 US$ 5,500
5 Brent McMahon CAN 00:24:50 01:47:33 01:00:18 03:14:18 -05:00 US$ 4,000
6 Ben Kanute USA 00:24:35 01:44:08 01:05:47 03:16:11 02:46 US$ 3,000
7 Thomas Davis GBR 00:24:46 01:46:18 01:05:13 03:18:30 -02:39 US$ 2,500
8 Andrew Starykowicz USA 00:26:40 01:42:37 01:08:57 03:20:45 06:36 US$ 2,000
9 Taylor Reid CAN 00:27:07 01:47:35 01:04:25 03:21:26 -06:51  
10 Nicholas Chase USA 00:26:39 01:48:19 01:04:49 03:21:52 -02:44  
11 Adam Hansen AUS 00:27:35 01:44:23 01:14:36 03:29:27 -03:02  
12 Marc Dubrick USA 00:24:35 01:55:59 01:09:34 03:32:04 21:11  
13 Dylan Gillespie USA 00:25:20 01:58:33 01:07:09 03:32:57 08:04  
14 Brandon Krout USA 00:30:55 01:58:55 01:09:23 03:42:22 -03:14  
15 Yorlliry Moreno VEN 00:27:32 01:59:36 01:17:07 03:46:27 -05:20  
  Igor Amorelli BRA 00:24:58 01:49:44   DNF    
  James Teagle GBR 00:24:55 01:51:57   DNF    
  Clement Mignon FRA 00:24:53     DNF    
  Collin Chartier USA 00:25:18     DNF    

Female Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time Diff to exp. Prize Money
1 Jackie Hering USA 00:27:39 01:56:14 01:06:46 03:32:49 -04:33 US$ 15,000
2 Lucy Hall GBR 00:24:44 01:53:53 01:12:24 03:33:12 -09:46 US$ 10,500
3 Marjolaine Pierre FRA 00:28:43 01:58:48 01:04:56 03:34:37 -08:31 US$ 7,500
4 Jodie Stimpson GBR 00:25:49 01:58:04 01:08:45 03:34:43 -01:53 US$ 5,500
5 Laura Siddall GBR 00:27:54 01:55:39 01:09:40 03:35:41 -14:48 US$ 4,000
6 Anne Reischmann GER 00:29:49 01:54:14 01:11:04 03:37:04 -06:41 US$ 3,000
7 Rach McBride CAN 00:27:36 01:55:49 01:12:25 03:37:50 -11:12 US$ 2,500
8 India Lee GBR 00:27:42 01:54:36 01:16:14 03:40:31 -04:02 US$ 2,000
9 Lesley Smith USA 00:27:44 02:01:56 01:08:36 03:41:07 -01:11  
10 Meredith Kessler USA 00:27:35 01:59:46 01:13:19 03:43:23 -03:41  
11 Ginger Howell USA 00:31:40 02:09:54 01:18:32 04:03:23 -06:25  
12 Elizabeth Nyitray USA 00:33:57 02:08:36 01:28:52 04:13:55 -03:23  
  Sara Perez Sala ESP 00:25:16     DNF    

Ironman Western Australia 2021 – Analyzing Results

IMWA

Course Conditions

This year’s smaller field makes it harder to properly evaluate the conditions. It looks as if the swim and bike were quick as is typical for Busselton and the run a few minutes slower. No course records were broken this year.

Kona Qualifying

IM Western Australia offered 1 male and 1 female Kona Pro slot for the October race. These go to the winners

  • Kylie Simpson
    and
  • Matt Burton.

The full list of qualifiers can be found here.

Male Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time Diff to exp. Prize Money
1 Matt Burton AUS 00:51:31 04:14:12 02:50:48 08:01:22 -13:27 US$ 7,500
2 Steven McKenna AUS 00:49:32 04:19:28 02:55:56 08:10:33 -00:45 US$ 5,000
3 Fraser Walsh AUS 00:49:39 04:21:30 02:54:59 08:11:49 -37:02 US$ 3,750
4 Blake Kappler AUS 00:51:28 04:33:00 03:05:10 08:35:04 -04:46 US$ 3,000
5 Courtney Ogden AUS 00:51:39 04:46:42 03:02:26 08:46:03 10:04 US$ 2,000
6 Caleb Noble AUS 00:49:33 04:39:43 03:14:42 08:49:43 -1:37:06 US$ 1,500
7 Lachlan Kerin AUS 00:49:33 04:15:43 03:46:56 08:57:23 01:31 US$ 1,250
  Leigh Anderson-Voigt AUS 00:49:36 04:30:07   DNF    
  Tim Van Berkel AUS 00:51:28     DNF    
  Simon Billeau FRA 00:58:15     DNF    

Female Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time Diff to exp. Prize Money
1 Kylie Simpson AUS 01:08:33 04:48:52 03:02:11 09:06:14 -00:26 US$ 7,500
2 Sarah Thomas AUS 01:08:21 05:20:18 03:20:25 09:54:50 -17:12 US$ 5,000
3 Kate Bevilaqua AUS 00:59:10 05:05:10 04:00:35 10:13:19 10:46 US$ 3,750

Clash Daytona 2021 (Dec 4th) – Seedings

The race will be streamed live through the Clash Facebook page for a small fee, more details can be found here (https://fb.me/e/21ABsQ22I). Clash

Previous Winners

Year Male Winner Time Female Winner Time
2018 Pieter Heemeryck (BEL) 02:27:45 Sarah Haskins (USA) 02:42:52
2019 Lionel Sanders (CAN) 02:23:02 Paula Findlay (CAN) 02:38:47
2020 Gustav Iden (NOR) 03:05:05 Paula Findlay (CAN) 03:24:54

Last Race’s TOP 3

Male Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Gustav Iden NOR 00:23:44 01:41:02 00:58:16 03:05:05
2 Matt Hanson USA 00:24:40 01:41:44 00:57:21 03:05:56
3 George Goodwin GBR 00:24:47 01:39:34 00:59:29 03:06:08

Female Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Paula Findlay CAN 00:25:01 01:51:13 01:06:25 03:24:54
2 Anne Haug GER 00:25:55 01:54:26 01:05:01 03:27:31
3 Laura Philipp GER 00:26:55 01:53:11 01:07:23 03:29:59

Course Records

Leg Gender Record Athlete Date
Total overall 03:05:05 Gustav Iden 2020-12-06
Swim overall 00:22:25 Henri Schoeman 2020-12-06
Bike overall 01:38:12 Magnus Elbaek Ditlev 2020-12-06
Run overall 00:57:21 Matt Hanson 2020-12-06
Total female 03:24:54 Paula Findlay 2020-12-06
Swim female 00:24:16 Lucy Hall 2020-12-06
Bike female 01:51:13 Paula Findlay 2020-12-06
Run female 01:05:01 Anne Haug 2020-12-06

Prize Money

Clash Daytona has a total prize purse of 100.000 US$, paying 8 deep.

Male Race Participants

# Bib Name Nat PTO Rank Expected ESwim EBike ET2 ERun
1 53 Rudy Von Berg USA 10 03:05:53 00:23:39 01:39:23 02:06:02 00:59:51
2 54 Magnus Elbaek Ditlev DEN 15 03:06:17 00:24:16 01:37:58 02:05:14 01:01:03
3 51 Kristian Blummenfelt NOR 158 03:06:33 00:23:30 01:41:17 02:07:47 00:58:46
4 52 Ben Kanute USA 8 03:07:27 00:23:07 01:39:58 02:06:05 01:01:22
5 55 Matt Hanson USA 19 03:07:41 00:25:05 01:41:52 02:09:57 00:57:44
6 75 Marc Dubrick USA 161 03:09:50 00:23:31 01:42:00 02:08:31 01:01:19
7 60 Collin Chartier USA 27 03:10:02 00:23:42 01:41:27 02:08:09 01:01:53
8 61 Clement Mignon FRA 46 03:10:15 00:24:02 01:42:21 02:09:23 01:00:52
9 59 Andrew Starykowicz USA 36 03:10:20 00:24:43 01:37:55 02:05:38 01:04:42
10 58 Bart Aernouts BEL 23 03:11:24 00:26:46 01:41:15 02:11:01 01:00:23
11 63 Thomas Davis GBR 65 03:11:30 00:23:05 01:43:47 02:09:52 01:01:38
12 69 Igor Amorelli BRA 124 03:12:56 00:24:17 01:41:23 02:08:40 01:04:16
13 71 Brent McMahon CAN 194 03:13:09 00:23:43 01:43:37 02:10:20 01:02:49
14 64 James Teagle GBR 77 03:14:51 00:23:56 01:44:02 02:10:58 01:03:53
15 65 Nicholas Chase USA 87 03:18:26 00:25:12 01:42:16 02:10:28 01:07:58
16 68 Taylor Reid CAN 110 03:19:04 00:25:10 01:44:37 02:12:47 01:06:17
17 76 Dylan Gillespie USA 178 03:20:06 00:24:11 01:43:05 02:10:16 01:09:50
18 72 Adam Hansen AUS 360 03:20:32 00:27:06 01:37:45 02:07:51 01:12:41
19 77 Brandon Krout USA 622 03:39:32 00:30:01 01:49:27 02:22:28 01:17:04
20 73 Yorlliry Moreno VEN 607 03:44:39 00:25:56 01:57:24 02:26:20 01:18:19

Female Race Participants

# Bib Name Nat PTO Rank Expected ESwim EBike ET2 ERun
1 2 Jackie Hering USA 14 03:25:50 00:27:07 01:48:35 02:18:42 01:07:08
2 13 Jodie Stimpson GBR 61 03:26:23 00:25:04 01:51:46 02:19:50 01:06:33
3 14 Mirinda Carfrae AUS 84 03:29:19 00:28:33 01:48:44 02:20:17 01:09:02
4 4 Lucy Hall GBR 29 03:30:08 00:24:13 01:48:29 02:15:42 01:14:26
5 6 Sara Perez Sala ESP 34 03:30:21 00:24:35 01:50:02 02:17:37 01:12:44
6 3 Hannah Wells NZL 23 03:30:38 00:26:29 01:49:21 02:18:50 01:11:48
7 9 Lesley Smith USA 46 03:30:44 00:27:43 01:53:06 02:23:49 01:06:55
8 7 Marjolaine Pierre FRA 38 03:30:50 00:27:39 01:52:52 02:23:31 01:07:19
9 11 India Lee GBR 48 03:30:51 00:25:31 01:50:02 02:18:33 01:12:18
10 8 Anne Reischmann GER 44 03:32:05 00:29:02 01:49:53 02:21:55 01:10:10
11 15 Meredith Kessler USA 92 03:33:47 00:26:06 01:51:40 02:20:46 01:13:01
12 16 Rach McBride CAN 100 03:34:44 00:27:40 01:49:22 02:20:02 01:14:42
13 10 Laura Siddall GBR 47 03:35:00 00:29:33 01:51:46 02:24:19 01:10:41
14 20 Ginger Howell USA 229 03:55:11 00:30:38 02:04:50 02:38:28 01:16:43
15 18 Elizabeth Nyitray USA 264 04:01:00 00:31:21 02:00:08 02:34:29 01:26:31

Winning Odds

Male Race Participants

  • Rudy Von Berg: 35% (2-1)
  • Ben Kanute: 17% (5-1)
  • Kristian Blummenfelt: 17% (5-1)
  • Magnus Elbaek Ditlev: 12% (8-1)
  • Matt Hanson: 10% (9-1)

Female Race Participants

  • Jackie Hering: 43% (1-1)
  • Jodie Stimpson: 25% (3-1)
  • Lucy Hall: 14% (6-1)
  • Marjolaine Pierre: 10% (9-1)

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