Big Pro Field Braced for IRONMAN Barcelona

Friday 05 October 2018
IRONMAN Barcelona showcases a historic and culturally rich region of Spain. The village of Calella of the Barcelona-Maresme region, on Spain’s eastern coastline on the Mediterranean Sea, hosts what promises to be one of the most spectacular IRONMAN race venues on the circuit.

The single-lap, 3,800 meter swim in the warm waters of the Mediterranean Sea features a rolling start, beginning and ending on the beach of Calella. The bike course is very flat and fast. The 42.2 km run from Calella to Calella-Santa Susanna follows the Mediterranean Sea.

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

Professionals compete for $40,000 prize purse plus Kona Slot.

MALE PRO:
2 Blanchart Tinto Miquel ESP (Spain)
3 Reichel Horst DEU (Germany)
4 Wiltshire Harry GBR (United Kingdom)
5 Van Vlerken Per DEU (Germany)
6 Moreno Molins Albert ESP (Spain)
7 Fachbach Markus DEU (Germany)
8 Diemunsch Etienne FRA (France)
9 Ciavattella Jonathan ITA (Italy)
10 Ruenz Michael DEU (Germany)
12 Reitmayr Paul AUT (Austria)
13 Zasypkin Valentin RUS (Russian Federation)
14 Scheltinga Evert NLD (Netherlands)
15 Mccrystal Bryan IRL (Ireland)
16 Kramer Christian DEU (Germany)
17 Leeman Matt GBR (United Kingdom)
18 Hovda Allan NOR (Norway)
19 Gussinyer Enric ESP (Spain)
20 Niedrig Andreas DEU (Germany)
21 Frommhold Jens DEU (Germany)
22 Cardona Garcia Antonio ESP (Spain)
23 Castella Vicenç ESP (Spain)
24 Aloshyn Viktor RUS (Russian Federation)
25 Altstadt Christian DEU (Germany)
26 Amirault Lucas FRA (France)
27 Augustyniak Krzysztof POL (Poland)
28 Baelus Dirk BEL (Belgium)
30 Barclay Reece GBR (United Kingdom)
31 Benedikt Stephan AUT (Austria)
32 Berthou David FRA (France)
33 Besse Jean-Claude CHE (Switzerland)
34 Besse Daniel CHE (Switzerland)
35 Breuer David DEU (Germany)
36 Bolado Noriega Sergio ESP (Spain)
37 Christensen Bekim DNK (Denmark)
38 Drachler Tobias DEU (Germany)
39 Ericsson Patrik SWE (Sweden)
40 Fogarty Brian GBR (United Kingdom)
41 Fons Ropero Toni ESP (Spain)
42 Frandsen Jacob DNK (Denmark)
44 Hanko David HUN (Hungary)
45 Herbst Marcus DEU (Germany)
46 Ivanco Michal SVK (Slovakia)
47 Jimenez Valverde Alejandro ESP (Spain)
48 Kalaszczynski Lukasz POL (Poland)
49 Krivanek Josef CZE (Czech Republic)
50 Kuzmin Maxim RUS (Russian Federation)
51 Lamberty Philippe LUX (Luxembourg)
52 Liebelt Markus DEU (Germany)
53 Loeschke Franz DEU (Germany)
54 Mahr Sebastian DEU (Germany)
55 Matzen Dennis DNK (Denmark)
56 Nagy Gergely HUN (Hungary)
57 Najmowicz Pawel POL (Poland)
58 Najmowicz Sebastian POL (Poland)
59 Navrotskii Grigorii RUS (Russian Federation)
60 Nemcik Marek SVK (Slovakia)
61 Niederreiter Daniel AUT (Austria)
62 Norberg Sebastian SWE (Sweden)
63 Piik Jarno FIN (Finland)
64 Pochon Cyril FRA (France)
65 Proctor Sam GBR (United Kingdom)
66 Rojas Guillem ESP (Spain)
67 Rozek Jan CZE (Czech Republic)
68 Renc Tomas CZE (Czech Republic)
70 Sinai Ohad ISR (Israel)
71 Strijk Sven NLD (Netherlands)
72 Svensson Jesper SWE (Sweden)
73 Thewes Kevin DEU (Germany)
74 Thomschke Markus DEU (Germany)
75 Tuikka Joona FIN (Finland)
76 Tungesvik Hans Christian NOR (Norway)
77 Utriainen Ilkka FIN (Finland)
78 Villarruel Nacho ARG (Argentina)
79 Wymmersch Dominique ESP (Spain)
80 De La Parra Iñaki POL (Poland)
81 Surkov Denis RUS (Russian Federation)

FEMALE PRO:
82 Wutti Eva AUT (Austria)
83 Van Vlerken Yvonne NLD (Netherlands)
84 Philipp Laura DEU (Germany)
85 Saemmler Daniela DEU (Germany)
86 Seymour Natalie GBR (United Kingdom)
87 Komander Ewa POL (Poland)
88 Thoren Annie SWE (Sweden)
89 Olle Gatell Dolça ESP (Spain)
90 Antikainen Anni FIN (Finland)
91 Bellinga Rahel NLD (Netherlands)
93 Deary Emma GBR (United Kingdom)
94 Harari Lootty PAN (Panama)
95 Hooijman Pleuni NLD (Netherlands)
96 Koivula-Huttunen Venla FIN (Finland)
97 Krivankova Simona CZE (Czech Republic)
98 Maksimava Hanna BLR (Belarus)
99 Soltysiak Joanna POL (Poland)
100 Tusell Merce ESP (Spain)
101 Virtanen Johanna FIN (Finland)
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