The IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship 2021 lands in St. George, Utah nowadays as the world’s finest half-distance triathletes take middle arrange and you’ll be able take after it all live on TRI247.
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Who is racing in St George?
With the delay to February 2022 of the IRONMAN World Championship in Kona, St. George has presently gotten to be the ‘A’ race for numerous perseverance competitors this year, with all eyes on the huge confrontation on September 18. Several competitors have as of now experienced the course this year – Lionel Sanders and Daniela Ryf earned triumphs there back in May. Canadian Sanders of course delighted in that epic duel with American Sam Long some time recently at long last claiming his win. There are certainly a few captivating storylines for marathon fans to induce their teeth into heading into the occasion – presently the primary of two successive years where St George will have the occasion (2022 is additionally bolted in). Olympic and World Marathon Championship Arrangement winner Kristian Blummenfelt is set to compete in his to begin with middle-distance race for nearly two a long time. Will his speed interpret to making history by winning all three an a single season?
Date and start time for IM 70.3 Worlds Championship
The IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship will see both the men’s and women’s pro races take place on the same day – Saturday September 18, 2021.
The pro men’s race will be the first to get under way at 0700 local time or 0500 on the East Coast of the United States (1400 UK/1500 CET) with the women’s pro race beginning 10 minutes later at 0710 local time/0510 Eastern (1410 UK/1500 CET).
Age-group racing will then begin at 0725 local time.
IM 70.3 World Championship Previews
We have a ton of preview content on TRI247 ahead of the action in St George:
- Expert panel: Women’s Picks
- Expert panel: Men’s Picks
- John Levison: Men’s Analysis
- John Levison: Women’s Analysis
- Men’s start list and bib numbers
- Women’s start list and bib numbers
The course: St. George, Utah
As those who took on IRONMAN 70.3 St George prior in 2021 as of now know, the course may be a challenging course which is able require peak execution to fight at the front conclusion of the field. A 1.9km swim within the Sand Empty Supply begins the competitors off – a single-loop course wraps up adjoining to the begin line with T1 anticipating the field on the shore. A specialized bicycle course, 90.1km in length, takes the competitors around the south conclusion of Sand Empty Store some time recently turning north, at that point west towards the more specialized portion of the course.
The final 30km of the bike starts with a relatively steep climb of some 1000 feet over 10km before dropping back down on the final 20km of the bike into T2.
The 21.1km run takes the athletes on a two-loop course with two 500-foot climbs and descents to test the legs in the final stages.
IRONMAN 70.3 Worlds prize money?
The prize purse for the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in 2021 stands at a total of $350,000 with the winners taking home a cool $50,000 each for their efforts.
The prize purse will pay 15-deep and is an increase of $100,000 on the 2019 race held in Nice, France.
The prize breakdown is as follows:
Recent IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship winners
- 2020 – Postponed
- 2019 – Daniela Ryf (SUI)
- 2018 – Daniela Ryf (SUI)
- 2017 – Daniela Ryf (SUI)
- 2016 – Holly Lawrence (GBR)
- 2015 – Daniela Ryf (SUI)
- 2014 – Daniela Ryf (SUI)
- 2013 – Melissa Hauschildt (AUS)
- 2012 – Leandra Cave (GBR)
- 2011 – Melissa Rollison (AUS)
- 2020 – Postponed
- 2019 – Gustav Iden (NOR)
- 2018 – Jan Frodeno (GER)
- 2017 – Javier Gómez (ESP)
- 2016 – Tim Reed (AUS)
- 2015 – Jan Frodeno (GER)
- 2014 – Javier Gómez (ESP)
- 2013 – Sebastian Kienle (GER)
- 2012 – Sebastian Kienle (GER)
- 2011 – Craig Alexander (AUS)