Ironman Hawaii 2014 – Pro Startlists

At the end of the qualifying period and handling all rolldowns, the Pro start lists for Kona are finalized. At this point, there can be no more additions to the list – when athletes can’t start there won’t be any more rolldowns.

At this point, the bibs are preliminary and based on the procedure WTC used in the last years to assign the bibs (last year’s winner gets #1 or #101, the rest according to KPR rankings, and #13 is not assigned). As soon as an official bib list is available, I’ll update the numbers as necessary.The bibs are now based on the official start list published on ironman.com.

I plan to update this post (based on the original pro list from Ironman.com) with new developments, so that it always reflects the current information.

Updates

  • Aug 31st: Cameron Brown has declined his slot, and Andreas Raelert managed to get a last minute slot.
  • Sep 10th: Domenico Passuello decided he did not want his slot. This rolled the slot to Markus Thomschke – who didn’t want it.  Then it rolled to Paul Ambrose who accepted:
    Paul Tweet

Withdrawals

As usual, some athletes are qualified for Kona, but run into issues in their final Kona prep and can’t recover in time for a Kona start:

  • Melissa Hauschildt
    Melissa was dealing with a torn pec tendon since 70.3 Champs and has withdrawn for Kona (announced on Oct 3rd). “The diagnosis from the doctor in Boulder after x-rays and ultrasound, is a torn pec, intercostals and connective tissue and a subluxed rib. It’s on the mend. I can now ride completely pain free. I can run, although fast running flares it up a little.” (More at witsup.com)
  • Peter Robertson
    Robbo was training for Kona when he hit the deck hard and broke his clavicle:
    RobboTweet
    He announced his withdrawal on Sept 29th.
  • Jessie Donavan
    Jessie has been dealing with leg issues (“sciatic nerve inflammation”) for most of the season. She describes in her blog post “To Kona or Not to Kona” how she finally decided not to race.
  • David Dellow
    David is apparently out of the race with an injury (as reported by firstoffthebike).

Male Race Participants

Bib Name Nation Age
1 Frederik Van Lierde BEL 35
2 Luke McKenzie AUS 33
3 Sebastian Kienle GER 30
4 Bart Aernouts BEL 30
5 Tyler Butterfield BMU 31
6 Timothy O’Donnell USA 34
7 Ivan Rana ESP 35
8 James Cunnama ZAF 31
9 Jan Frodeno GER 33
10 Terenzo Bozzone NZL 29
11 Craig Alexander AUS 41
12 Pete Jacobs AUS 32
14 Victor Del Corral ESP 34
15 Andy Potts USA 37
16 Michael Weiss AUT 33
17 Igor Amorelli BRA 30
18 Matthew Russell USA 31
19 Joe Gambles AUS 32
20 Tim Van Berkel AUS 30
21 Daniel Halksworth GBR 28
22 Chris McDonald AUS 36
23 David Plese SLO 31
24 Marino Vanhoenacker BEL 38
25 Eneko Llanos ESP 37
26 Maik Twelsiek GER 33
27 Elliot Holtham CAN 30
28 Faris Al-Sultan GER 36
29 TJ Tollakson USA 34
30 Paul Matthews AUS 31
31 Andrew Starykowicz USA 32
32 Harry Wiltshire GBR 31
33 Marek Jaskolka POL 38
34 Richie Cunningham AUS 41
35 Christian Kramer GER 31
36 Jeremy Jurkiewicz FRA
37 David Dellow AUS 35
38 Cyril Viennot FRA 32
39 Peter Robertson AUS 38
40 Filip Ospaly CZE 38
41 Ben Hoffman USA 31
42 Christian Brader GER 34
43 Nils Frommhold GER 28
44 Justin Daerr USA 33
45 Kyle Buckingham ZAF 30
46 Romain Guillaume FRA 29
47 Marko Albert EST 35
48 Bevan Docherty NZL 37
49 Daniel Fontana ITA 38
50 Timothy Reed AUS 29
51 Axel Zeebroek BEL 36
52 Boris Stein GER 29
53 Ronnie Schildknecht SUI 35
54 Andreas Raelert GER 38
55 Paul Ambrose GBR 30

Female Race Participants

Bib Name Nation Age
101 Mirinda Carfrae AUS 33
102 Rachel Joyce GBR 36
103 Meredith Kessler USA 36
104 Liz Blatchford GBR 34
105 Caroline Steffen SUI 36
106 Gina Crawford NZL 33
107 Yvonne Van Vlerken NED 35
108 Linsey Corbin USA 33
109 Caitlin Snow USA 32
110 Elizabeth Lyles USA 36
111 Leanda Cave GBR 36
112 Daniela Ryf SUI 27
113 Amber Ferreira USA 32
114 Melissa Hauschildt AUS 31
115 Sara Gross CAN 38
116 Catriona Morrison GBR 37
117 Mary Beth Ellis USA 37
118 Melanie Burke NZL
119 Asa Lundstroem SWE 30
120 Beth Shutt USA 35
121 Michelle Vesterby DEN 31
122 Kristin Moeller GER 30
123 Lucy Gossage GBR 34
124 Amanda Stevens USA 37
125 Jodie Swallow GBR 33
126 Sofie Goos BEL 34
127 Natascha Badmann SUI 47
128 Julia Gajer GER 32
129 Lisa Roberts USA 35
130 Corinne Abraham GBR 36
131 Simone Braendli SUI 34
132 Jackie Arendt USA 30
133 Kim Schwabenbauer USA 35
134 Bree Wee USA 34
135 Jessie Donavan USA 38
136 Heather Wurtele CAN 35
137 Kelly Williamson USA 36
138 Katja Konschak GER 36

One Response to Ironman Hawaii 2014 – Pro Startlists

  1. Dom Matthews August 30, 2014 at 8:27 pm #

    The girls race looks an absolute cracker, so competitive and will be great viewing, a war in final 5 miles. Male race looks weaker than recent years. However, Sebastian kienle will have at least 3 to fend off on the run.

    Can’t wait!

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