IRONMAN Pro Series Start Lists Announced for The 2024 IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant Triathlon

June 12, 2024

– The IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant triathlon offers a maximum of 2,500 points towards IRONMAN Pro Series standings and a $50,000 event total pro prize purse

– 2022 IRONMAN World Champion and 2024 IRONMAN New Zealand Champion, Chelsea Sodaro (USA) set to make her IRONMAN Pro Series debut

– IRONMAN Pro Series is endurance racing at its best providing every professional triathlete an opportunity to compete and create career defining moments

MONT-TREMBLANT, Québec, Canada / TAMPA, Fla. (June 12, 2024) /ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – Top professional triathletes from around the globe will make their way to the Canadian province of Québec to compete at the IRONMAN® 70.3® Mont-Tremblant triathlon when the IRONMAN Pro Series™ returns to North America on Sunday, June 23. The 2024 IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant triathlon will offer professionals a maximum of 2,500 points towards IRONMAN Pro Series standings, a $50,000 event total pro prize purse, and three qualifying slots for each gender to the 2024 VinFast IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship taking place in Taupō, New Zealand.

With a high caliber field of the female and male professionals set to compete, the event can be seen live in person and will be broadcast for free across multiple platforms for global viewers including proseries.ironman.com, Outside TV, DAZN and L’Equipe in France, and YouTube among others.

With every second behind the race winner equating to a point earned or lost, athletes know Every Second Matters. Among those to watch will be 2022 IRONMAN® World Champion and 2024 IRONMAN New Zealand Champion, Chelsea Sodaro (USA) making her debut in the IRONMAN Pro Series. 2024 Intermountain Health IRONMAN 70.3 North American Championship St. George Champion, Canada’s Paula Findlay, will return to the IRONMAN Pro Series looking to improve on her current 18th position in the overall standings and Australia’s Ellie Salthouse, fresh off a win at the IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder triathlon, will look to continue her current run of form. Other top contenders include Alice Alberts (USA), currently sitting at 7th in the standings and Sarah True (USA) who earned a podium position in her first IRONMAN Pro Series race in Chattanooga.

Returning to IRONMAN Pro Series racing will be Canadian Tamara Jewett, who is chasing her first points, after a DNF in her last showing, at April’s Athletic Brewing IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside triathlon. Tamara will also be seeking to defend her 2022 IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant title, when the event last hosted a professional race.

Making their IRONMAN Pro Series debut in the women’s field will be Meredith Kessler (USA), Jodie Robertson (USA), Rachel Zilinskas (USA), and Alice Côté-Allard (CAN), among others, each bringing international representation to the strong women’s field.

In the men’s professional race, Canadian Lionel Sanders will return to IRONMAN Pro Series racing following a stress fracture shortly after his early season win at the Athletic Brewing IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside triathlon. Sanders will also be looking to defend his title from the 2022 IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant race. Fellow Canadians Jackson Laundry, currently sitting in 5th in the IRONMAN Pro Series standings, and Cody Beals, who finished 9th at the Qatar Airways IRONMAN 70.3 Chattanooga triathlon, will look to challenge in the first IRONMAN Pro Series event in their home country. Stacking the competition further are the likes of Americans Colin Szuch (currently ranked 4th), Chris Leiferman (currently ranked 7th) and Trevor Foley (currently ranked 10th) whose decisive victory at the IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder event proved he is primed for top level competition in Quebec. Not to be overlooked is Brazil’s Andre Lopes who sits highest on the standings in 3rd.

Scheduled to make their IRONMAN Pro Series debut will be Ben Kanute (USA), Bart Aernouts (BEL), Filipe Azevedo (PRT) and Sebastian Fuchs (AUT).

The 2024 IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant triathlon begins with a 1.2-mile (1.9km) swim in beautiful Lac Tremblant, before taking athletes on a 56-mile (90km) rolling cruise through the stunning Laurentian Mountains. Athletes will cap off their race with a 13.1-mile (21.1km) run that culminates with an unforgettable finish in the heart of the Village.

On the same course will be over 3,000 registered age-group participants competing at the 2024 IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant triathlon alongside the professionals, looking to earn age group qualifying slots to the 2024 VinFast IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship race on Dec. 14 and 15 in Taupō, New Zealand.

Below are the pro start lists (subject to change):


Bib Number First Name Last Name Country Representing
F1 Tamara Jewett CAN (CANADA)
F2 Chelsea Sodaro USA (UNITED STATES)
F3 Paula Findlay CAN (CANADA)
F4 Ellie Salthouse AUS (AUSTRALIA)
F5 Jeanni Metzler ZAF (SOUTH AFRICA)
F9 Alice Alberts USA (UNITED STATES)
F10 Jodie Stimpson GBR (UNITED KINGDOM)
F11 Lesley Smith USA (UNITED STATES)
F12 Rach McBride CAN (CANADA)
F13 Meredith Kessler USA (UNITED STATES)
F14 Erin Schenkels CAN (CANADA)
F15 Samantha Kingsford NZL (NEW ZEALAND)
F16 Grace Alexander USA (UNITED STATES)
F17 Danielle Fauteux CAN (CANADA)
F18 Rachel Zilinskas USA (UNITED STATES)
F19 Melanie McQuaid CAN (CANADA)
F20 Jodie Robertson USA (UNITED STATES)
F21 Annamarie Strehlow USA (UNITED STATES)
F22 Nicole Falcaro USA (UNITED STATES)
F24 Amy Cymerman USA (UNITED STATES)
F25 Mollie Hebda USA (UNITED STATES)
F26 Samantha Snukis USA (UNITED STATES)
F27 Robin Pomeroy USA (UNITED STATES)
F28 Elizabeth James USA (UNITED STATES)
F29 Kristen Marchant CAN (CANADA)
F30 Alice Côté-Allard CAN (CANADA)
F31 Caroline Shannon USA (UNITED STATES)
F32 Rebecca Yunginger USA (UNITED STATES)
F33 Heather Low CAN (CANADA)
F35 Karol-Ann Roy CAN (CANADA)
F36 Jessica Turanec CAN (CANADA)
F37 Jessica Cullen CAN (CANADA)
F38 Miranda Tomenson CAN (CANADA)
F39 Chelsea Hollingsworth USA (UNITED STATES)
F40 Abbie Sullivan USA (UNITED STATES)
F41 Allison Jacob CAN (CANADA)
F43 Carolyn Olsen USA (UNITED STATES)
F44 Angharad Llewellyn NZL (NEW ZEALAND)
F45 Erika Danckers USA (UNITED STATES)
Bib Number First Name Last Name Country Representing
M1 Lionel Sanders CAN (CANADA)
M2 Jackson Laundry CAN (CANADA)
M3 Cody Beals CAN (CANADA)
M4 Chris Leiferman USA (UNITED STATES)
M5 Matthew Marquardt USA (UNITED STATES)
M7 Andre Lopes BRA (BRAZIL)
M10 Bart Aernouts BEL (BELGIUM)
M11 Justin Riele USA (UNITED STATES)
M12 Cameron Wurf AUS (AUSTRALIA)
M13 Antoine Jolicoeur Desroches CAN (CANADA)
M14 Filipe Azevedo PRT (PORTUGAL)
M15 Hunter Lussi USA (UNITED STATES)
M16 Taylor Reid CAN (CANADA)
M17 Sebastian Fuchs AUT (AUSTRIA)
M18 Nick Cosman CAN (CANADA)
M20 Robbie Deckard USA (UNITED STATES)
M23 Garrick Loewen CAN (CANADA)
M24 Nicolas Gilbert CAN (CANADA)
M25 Andy Krueger USA (UNITED STATES)
M26 Connor Readman USA (UNITED STATES)
M27 Zach Aldrich USA (UNITED STATES)
M28 Antoine Francoeur CAN (CANADA)
M30 Jaron Piercy CAN (CANADA)
M31 Brendan Gribbons CAN (CANADA)
M32 Marek Bialkowski CAN (CANADA)
M33 Aaronn Gu CHN (CHINA)
M34 Brian Reynolds USA (UNITED STATES)
M35 Jacob Osswald USA (UNITED STATES)
M36 João Pereira PRT (PORTUGAL)
M37 Jessey Elf CAN (CANADA)
M38 Michal Grabowski POL (POLAND)
M40 Kevin Bishop USA (UNITED STATES)
M41 Alexander Fuller USA (UNITED STATES)
M42 David Reynolds USA (UNITED STATES)
M43 Jose Luis Cordova Perez MEX (MEXICO)
M44 Ross Baldwin USA (UNITED STATES)
M45 Sam Osborne NZL (NEW ZEALAND)
M46 Eric Lauricella USA (UNITED STATES)
M47 Noah Shlesinger USA (UNITED STATES)
M48 Brant Stachel USA (UNITED STATES)
M49 Nathan Guerbeur FRA (FRANCE)
M50 Michael Chronert USA (UNITED STATES)
M51 Blair Fullarton-Loggie GBR (UNITED KINGDOM)
M52 Nicholas Marcantonio USA (UNITED STATES)
M53 Avery Ling CAN (CANADA)
M54 Mohamad Alsabbagh SYR (SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC)
M55 Zed Roy CAN (CANADA)
M56 John Killeen USA (UNITED STATES)
M57 Eduardo Perez Sandi MEX (MEXICO)

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About IRONMAN Pro Series

The IRONMAN Pro Series™ is a year-long performance-based world series that will see professional triathletes earn points at 20 select races in 19 locations globally to vie for the title of IRONMAN Pro Series Champion and a share of the lucrative USD $1.7 million year-end bonus prize pool. Athletes will also continue to battle for each individual event’s prize money equating to over USD $2.5 million and coveted world championship qualifying slots. The IRONMAN Pro Series will consist of six full-distance IRONMAN® triathlons and 10 half-distance IRONMAN® 70.3® triathlons in addition to the split location women’s and men’s VinFast IRONMAN World Championship® triathlons and two-day women’s and men’s VinFast IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship triathlons. Open to approximately 1,000 eligible professional triathletes worldwide, the IRONMAN Pro Series will usher in a new era of IRONMAN racing where Every Second Matters with every second behind the race winner equating to a point earned or lost. Incorporating iconic distances, challenging courses, and stunning destinations, every IRONMAN Pro Series race will be broadcast live and free to a global audience. An additional 18 events throughout 2024 will also offer IRONMAN and IRONMAN 70.3 professional racing and world championship qualifying opportunities, as well as over USD $1.6 million in prize money to create a total 2024 professional prize purse of nearly USD $6 million. For more information, visit proseries.ironman.com.

About The IRONMAN Group

The IRONMAN Group operates a global portfolio of events that includes the IRONMAN® Triathlon Series, the IRONMAN® 70.3® Triathlon Series, 5150™ Triathlon Series, the Rock ‘n’ Roll® Running Series, IRONKIDS®, World Triathlon Championship Series, premier running events including the Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon™ and City2Surf®, UTMB® World Series trail-running events including the Canyons Endurance Runs™ by UTMB®, Tarawera Ultra-Trail™ by UTMB® and Ultra-Trail Australia™ by UTMB®, Epic Series™ mountain bike races including the Absa Cape Epic®, road cycling events, and other multisport races. The IRONMAN Group is the largest operator of mass participation sports in the world, providing participants the benefits of endurance sports through the company’s vast offerings. Catering to the full athlete experience, the company portfolio also includes FulGaz® virtual cycling, the most realistic indoor riding experience connected fitness application aimed at preparing athletes for real-world events. Since the inception of the iconic IRONMAN® brand and its first event in 1978, athletes have proven that ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE® by crossing finish lines around the world. Beginning as a single race, The IRONMAN Group has grown to become a global sensation with hundreds of events across 55+ countries. The IRONMAN Group is owned by Advance, a private, family-owned business, and Orkila Capital, a growth equity firm focused on building great brands. For more information, visit www.ironman.com/about-ironman-group.

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