IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside: Full men’s start list and bib numbers as stacked field kicks off Pro Series

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Looking at the start list for the 2024 men’s field at IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside, the quality will undoubtedly ensure the first race of the IRONMAN Pro Series lives up to expectations.

Featuring Olympians, former IRONMAN World Champions and many more world class athletes, the race for the win will likely come down to the wire in California.

Headed by Jackson Laundry and two-time Kona winner Patrick Lange, the full start list for the men’s race can be found below.

Additionally, we’ve included the start times and streaming information so you can stay up-to-date with all the action this weekend.

IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside Start List – Pro Men

The start list – as it stands – is as follows for Saturday’s race:

1 Jackson Laundry CAN
2 Patrick Lange GER
3 Lionel Sanders CAN
4 Joe Skipper GBR
5 Braden Currie NZL
6 Sam Long USA
7 Jelle Geens BEL
8 Trevor Foley USA
9 Marc Dubrick USA
10 Chris Leiferman USA
11 Tomas Rodriguez Hernandez MEX
12 Matt Hanson USA
13 Florian Angert DEU
14 Jason Pohl CAN
15 Maximilian Sperl DEU
16 Nicholas Quenet ZAF
17 Matthew Sharpe CAN
18 Martin Ulloa CHL
19 Samuel Huerzeler CHE
20 Andre Lopes BRA
21 Dylan Gillespie USA
22 Mattia Ceccarelli ITA
23 Justin Riele USA
24 Jan Stepinski USA
25 Marty Andrie USA
26 Nicholas Chase USA
27 Strahinja Trakic SRB
28 Liam Lloyd GBR
29 Robby Webster USA
30 Devin Volk USA
31 Sven Wies DEU
32 Andy Krueger USA
33 Jose Luis Cordova Perez MEX
34 Nicolas Saez CHL
35 Matthew Schafer USA
36 Nicholas Scott CAN
38 Eric Lagerstrom USA
39 Yegor Martynenko UKR
40 Todd Suttor USA
41 Branden Scheel USA
42 Benjamin Zorgnotti PYF
43 Evan Price USA
44 Simon Shi USA
45 Magnus Manner DEU
46 Michael Arishita USA
47 Nick Cosman CAN
48 Yu Hsiao TWN
49 Antoine Francoeur CAN
50 Rinel Pius EST
51 Levente Lukacs HUN
52 Kevin Bishop USA
53 Benjamin Ford USA
54 Kyle Warrick USA
55 Andrew Trouard USA
56 Federico Scarabino URY
57 Joshua Monda USA
58 Read Ziegler USA
59 Robert Swan USA
60 Lewis Elliot USA
61 Matti Weitz DEU
62 Max Kohll USA
63 Zach Aldrich USA
64 Jacob Burgener USA
65 Connor Callahan USA
66 Andrea Cloarec FRA
67 Taylor Days-Merrill USA
68 Lewis Donovan GBR
69 Brian Folts USA
70 Matthew Guenter USA
71 David Guenthardt USA
72 Thomas Inigo USA
73 Soren Jensen USA
74 Jonathan McKinley USA
76 Denis Pyryev USA
78 John Thelwell GBR
79 Connor Weaver USA
80 Tyler Woodward USA
81 Christopher Hammer USA

What time does the race start and how can I watch live?

In Oceanside, the race will be held on Saturday April 6. The gun goes off at 06:40 local time. This corresponds to 15:40 CET, 14:40 in the UK and 09:40 ET.

Patrick Lange at the 2023 IRONMAN World Championships
[Photo Credit – Donald Miralle for IRONMAN]

The race will be broadcast live, with the event the first race this year to be broadcast on the dedicated IRONMAN Pro Series app. You will be able to watch for free on race day.

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Tomos Land

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Tomos Land is a triathlon & running journalist whose expertise lies in the professional world of short course & long distance triathlon, though he also boasts an extensive knowledge of ultra-running.

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