Men head East to Estonia for IRONMAN Tallin

Thursday 02 August 2018
Tallinn will become only the second capital in Europe to host an IRONMAN event, sharing this distinction with Denmark’s KMD IRONMAN Copenhagen. The race will be the second IRONMAN event in Estonia after the SIS IRONMAN 70.3 Otepää and Europe's most eastern IRONMAN.

The race begins with a single-loop 3.8 km swim in the Baltic sea near the Seaplane Harbour museum. Athletes will then continue onto a two-loop, 180.2 km bike course which leads along the coastline and nearby villages. The final 42.2 km four-loop run takes participants through the historical city center of Tallinn, an UNESCO world heritage site, and finishes on Freedom Square. 

IRONMAN Tallinn offers 40 qualifying slots for the IRONMAN World Championship 2018 in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.

Professionals compete for P-2000 KPR points plus $30,000 prize purse.

1 Albert Marko EST (Estonia)
2 Moldan Johannes DEU (Germany)
3 Chevrot Denis FRA (France)
4 Koutny Philipp CHE (Switzerland)
5 Kramer Christian DEU (Germany)
6 Plese David SVN (Slovenia)
7 Suur Ivo EST (Estonia)
8 Blanchart Tinto Miquel ESP (Spain)
9 Thomschke Markus DEU (Germany)
10 Sapunov Daniil UKR (Ukraine)
11 Elosegi Eneko ESP (Spain)
13 Marc Duelsen DEU (Germany)
14 Csoke Balazs HUN (Hungary)
15 Michael Ruenz DEU (Germany)
16 Blokhin Anton BLR (Belarus)
17 Lyatskiy Andrey RUS (Russian Federation)
18 Bittner Per DEU (Germany)
19 Nemcik Marek SVK (Slovakia)
20 Schifferele Mike CHE (Switzerland)
21 de la Parra Iñaki POL (Poland)
23 Odeyn Seppe BEL (Belgium)
24 Piik Jarno FIN (Finland)
25 Svoboda Josef CZE (Czech Republic)
26 Zasypkin Valentin RUS (Russian Federation)
27 Swolfs Sanne BEL (Belgium)
28 Navrotskii Grigorii RUS (Russian Federation)
29 Van Cleven Michael BEL (Belgium)
30 Badar Gergo HUN (Hungary)
31 Hultgren Marcus SWE (Sweden)
32 Bonami Hannes BEL (Belgium)
33 Buchholz Gregor DEU (Germany)
34 Guhr Sebastian DEU (Germany)
35 Hammerl Hubert AUT (Austria)
36 Kochetkov Alexander LTU (Lithuania)
37 Louys Michael BEL (Belgium)
38 Reiner Philipp AUT (Austria)
39 Tuikka Joona FIN (Finland)
40 Utriainen Ilkka FIN (Finland)
41 Urs Müller CHE (Switzerland)
42 Ronnie Schildknecht CHE (Switzerland)
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