Blummenfelt, Lawrence Headline 70.3 Dubai

Thursday 31 January 2019
IRONMAN 70.3 Dubai takes place right next to the iconic Burj AlArab, the stunning seven-star hotel that has hosted celebrities from all over the world. It's an exotic race in a desert paradise. Modern Dubai has more than 70 shopping centers, including the world's largest, Dubai Mall. The "City of Gold" is also known for the traditional souk districts located on either side of its creek. The city boasts ultramodern architecture and lively nightlife.

Athletes begin their day with a swim course begin from Jumeirah public beach, one of the region’s most well-known destination beaches and a getaway for travelers from all over the world. The bike route leaves the city behind and ventures into the Arabian Dunes. A 45km flat out and back will prove to be a very fast course, if winds stay down. The scenes of the natural Arabian Desert were previously seen on TV globally through the annual Tour of Dubai.

Dubai recently completed a running trail along Jumeira Beach to be used by the public all year round. The IRONMAN 70.3 Dubai run route will cover a one and a half loop run along a spectator-friendly, packed beach. The crowd will cheer participants through the 21.1 run before they finish next to the start and transition area at the general grand stand.

IRONMAN 70.3 Dubai 2019 offers 85 qualifying slots for the 2019 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Nice, comprising of 60 age group slots plus 25 qualifying slots for the Women for Tri initiative.

MALE PRO:
2 Kristian Blummenfelt NOR (Norway)
3 Adam Bowden United Kingdom
4 Patrik Nilsson SWE (Sweden)
5 Ronnie Schildknecht CHE (Switzerland)
6 Johann Ackermann DEU (Germany)
7 Eric Watson BHR (Bahrain)
8 Filipe Azevedo PRT (Portugal)
9 Daniel Brown AUS (Australia)
10 Vinicius Canhedo BRA (Brazil)
11 Balazs Csoke HUN (Hungary)
12 Michiel de Wilde NLD (Netherlands)
14 Arnaud Guilloux FRA (France)
15 Aleksey Kalistratov RUS (Russian Federation)
16 Quentin Kurc-Boucau FRA (France)
17 Vincent Morizot FRA (France)
18 Urs Mueller CHE (Switzerland)
19 Milan Brons NLD (Netherlands)
20 Maxime Sauve FRA (France)
21 Milosz Sowinski POL (Poland)
22 Lukasz Kalaszczynski POL (Poland)
23 Felipe van de Wyngard CHL (Chile)
24 Sébastien Fraysse FRA (France)
25 Guillaume Doree FRA (France)
26 Alex Ion ROU (Romania)
27 Rodrigo Acevedo COL (Colombia)
28 Alex Diaconu ROU (Romania)

FEMALE PRO:
61 Holly Lawrence United Kingdom
62 Anne Haug DEU (Germany)
63 Sarah Lewis United Kingdom
65 Angela Naeth United States of America
66 Anna Watkinson ZAF (South Africa)
67 Fenella Langridge United Kingdom
68 Sabrina Stadelmann CHE (Switzerland)
69 Karen Steurs BEL (Belgium)
70 Sara van de Vel BEL (Belgium)
71 Lindsey Jerdonek United States of America
72 Judith Corachan Vaquera ESP (Spain)
73 Pamela Tastets CHL (Chile)
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