#RedefiningTriathlon

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Meet the Pro Athletes

20 pro women and 20 pro men will line up at each T100 race in the hunt for crucial T100 points and a slice of the prize money. 16 athletes from each gender have been picked based on their PTO World Ranking, leaving room for  4 Hot Shots – all proven performers from the world of triathlon. You can also look out for a selection of and up-and-coming Wildcards who will spice up each event, too.

#1

Wildcard

Youri

Keulen

The Netherlands’ Youri Keulen took a Wildcard slot for the Miami T100 and hasn’t looked back. 4th on debut, he followed it up with a stunning victory at the Singapore T100.

#2

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Sam

Long

Known as ‘The Big Unit’ the USA’s Sam Long has had 2 epic races already, fighting from the back of the field back to the pointy end to take 2nd in both the Miami and Singapore T100 races.

#3

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Magnus

Ditlev

The first-ever T100 Champion, Denmark’s Magnus Ditlev took the win at the Miami T100 to prove this sensational cyclist has the swim and run chops to contend for the T100 World Championship title.

#4

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Aaron

Royle

A superstar swimmer who can back it up on the bike and run, Australia’s Aaron Royle has shown a consistent start to the 2024 T100 season taking 10th in Miami and 7th in Singapore.

#5

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Mathis

Margirier

A monster on the bike, France’s Mathis Margirier was the main protagonist at the front of the Miami T100 bike leg and followed this dominance with a strong run for 3rd place to start the T100 season.

#6

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Pieter

Heemeryck

A previous 100km podium-getter, Belgium’s Pieter Heemeryck is an all-rounder who excels on the bike and run as shown by his 3rd place finish at the Singapore T100.

#7

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Jason

West

With run speed feared by all, the USA’s Jason West meteoric swim and bike improvement have signalled to many that he’s T100 World Champion material.

#8

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David

McNamee

A consummate runner, Britain’s David McNamee has 2 Ironman® World Championship podium finishes to his name – expect to see the Scot heading up the leaderboard towards T100 finish lines.

#9

Wildcard

Kyle

Smith

An all-rounder short on weaknesses, New Zealand’s Kyle Smith made his T100 debut as a Wildcard in the Singapore T100, coming home in 5th place.

#10

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Rudy

Von Berg

With no weaknesses across swim, bike or run, the USA’s Rudy Von Berg is a true triathlete and a quality performer looking to crack the T100 code.

#11

Hotshot

Alistair

Brownlee

Triathlon’s only double Olympic Champion, Britain’s Alistair Brownlee is a multiple world champion with the pedigree to boss the front of the race.

#12

Wildcard

Menno

Koolhaas

Hailing from the Netherlands, Menno Koolhaas is a front-pack swimmer and stellar runner who showed his class as a Wildcard, taking 6th in the Miami T100.

#13

Wildcard

Mika

Noodt

A solid all-rounder, pundits predict big things from Germany’s Mika Noodt, who took his first Wildcard slot at the Singapore T100, coming away with a 6th place finish.

#14

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Leon

Chevalier

With a growing list of quality big-race results, France’s Leon Chevalier has made a name for himself as a powerful bike-run specialist not to be underestimated.

#15

Wildcard

Kacper

Stepniak

A Wildcard athlete selected for the Singapore T100, Poland’s Kacper Stepniak battled the heat for a top-10 finish, crossing the line in 8th place in the Lion City.

#16

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Daniel

Baekkegard

A classy racer who’s never far from the front, Denmark’s Daniel Baekkegard is a complete athlete and always a podium contender.

#17

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Frederic

Funk

Fred Funk is known as an uber-biker, but there’s more to this German star whose pure strength saw him take silver at the 2023 Ironman® 70.3® World Championship.

#18

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Sam

Laidlow

Reigning Ironman® World Champion, France’s Sam Laidlow is a wire-to-wire performer with incredible swim pace, peerless bike speed and strong run.

#20

Hotshot

Rico

Bogen

Only turning pro in 2022, Germany’s Rico Bogen shocked the triathlon world by winning the 2023 Ironman® 70.3® World Championships in dominating style.

#21

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Bradley

Weiss

A supremely consistent performer, South Africa’s Bradley Weiss packs a strong swim-bike-run combo, which has seen him break into the top 10 in 100km racing.

#22

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Ben

Kanute

Proudly sporting the Stars and Stripes, the USA’s Ben Kanute is a gutsy racer with the swim-bike-run speed to contend for top honours at T100.

#23

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Clement

Mignon

Reigning World Triathlon Long Distance Champion, France’s Clement Mignon has all the swim-bike-run talent needed to battle at the head of the race.

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Max

Neumann

Winner of PTO Ibiza in 2023, Australia’s Max Neumann is coming back from injury to once again prove he can outclass the rest and challenge for the T100 title.

Hotshot

Javier

Gomez

With Olympic Silver, 9 world titles across World Triathlon, Ironman® 70.3® and Xterra, Spain’s Javier Gomez is a triathlon great who can do it all.

Hotshot

Marten

Van Riel

A stellar swim-bike-runner, and holder of the middle-distance world-best time, many consider Belgium’s Marten Van Riel a T100 World Champion in waiting.

Lucy Charles Barclay T100

#1

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Lucy

Charles-Barclay

Reigning Ironman® World Champion, Britain’s Lucy Charles-Barclay is perhaps the most consistent triathlete in the world and has already secured 2nd in both the Miami and Singapore T100 races.

Ashleigh Gentle T100

#2

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Ashleigh

Gentle

Dubbed the Queen of the 100km distance having perviously won 3 PTO Tour events, Aussie Ashleigh Gentle is the ultimate all-rounder and proved that by taking the win at the Singapore T100.

#3

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India

Lee

The first-ever T100 Champion, Britain’s India Lee took the win at the Miami T100 by combining strong swim, bike and run legs into all-round perfection for a huge breakthrough performance.

#4

Hotshot

Lucy

Byram

Lucy Byram joined the 2024 T100 Triathlon World Tour with a discretionary Hotshot place and has had two great performances so far: 6th in the Miami T100 and 7th in the Singapore T100.

#5

Wildcard

Haley

Chura

Making the most of her call-up as a Wildcard athlete, the USA’s Haley Chura’s swimming pedigree has set her up for two top-10 finishes, coming 7th in the Miami T100 and 8th in the Singapore T100.

#6

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Holly

Lawrence

Britain’s Holly Lawrence is an all-rounder with proven pedigree underlined by her complete swim, bike, run performance in the Miami T100 to take 3rd place in the season opener.

#7

Wildcard

Els

Visser

Hailing from the Netherlands, Els Visser is ripping up the circuit in 2024, making the most of her Wildcard selection with a breakthrough 3rd place at the Singapore T100.

#8

Wildcard

Kaidi

Kivioja

A 2x Wildcard recipient in the 2024 T100 Triathlon World Tour, Estonia’s Kaidi Kivioja has cracked the top-10 twice, coming 10th in the Miami T100 and 9th in the Singapore T100.

#9

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Paula

Findlay

Winner of the first-ever 100km PTO event in 2020, Canada’s Paula Findlay is a fierce and consistent performer who took a hard-earned 4th place at the Miami T100.

Amelia Watkinson T100

#10

Hotshot

Amelia

Watkinson

A powerful athlete with a stellar bike-run combo, New Zealand’s Amelia Watkinson kicked off her T100 season with 4th place at the Singapore T100.

#11

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Daniela

Ryf

A 10-time world champion with 5 Ironman® and 5 Ironman® 70.3® titles to her name, Switzerland’s Daniela Ryf is, for many, the undisputed GOAT.

#12

Wildcard

Lucy

Buckingham

An extraordinary swimmer who also packs a powerful bike and solid run, former British Olympian, Lucy Buckingham, makes an impact in every race including the Singapore T100 where she took 5th place.

#13

Wildcard

Pamella

Oliveira

A T100 Wildcard, Brazil’s Pamella Oliveira is a front pack swimmer with the capacity to influence the race dynamics and secured a top-10 in the Miami T100, crossing the line in 9th place.

#14

Wildcard

Anne

Reischmann

Having raced 3 100km PTO events in 2023, Germany’s Anne Reischmann is a bike-runner who’s no stranger to the distance – exemplified by her 6th place finish at the Singapore T100.

#15

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Skye

Moench

Undoubtedly one of the strongest athletes in the sport – both physically and mentally – the USA’s Skye Moench is a dark horse at the T100 distance.