70.3 St George USA Pro Start List

Friday 05 May 2023

St. George & Southwestern Utah set to host the return of Intermountain Health IRONMAN 70.3 North American Championship with a robust professional field featuring Lionel Sanders, Sam Long, Matt Hanson, Skye Moench, Rach McBride and Jeanni Metzler, among many others vying for $100,000 USD professional prize purse.  

Intermountain Health IRONMAN 70.3 North American Championship St. George is an iconic race where athletes from all over the world come to prove themselves against this legendary course. In a land sculpted by persistence and determination, athletes looking for an epic challenge will navigate a path through two iconic state parks, basalt lava fields, and a fragile desert reserve as they rise to conquer one of the most prestigious and striking events in the world. 

2023 Intermountain Health IRONMAN 70.3 North American Championship St. George will lead athletes along a 1.2-mile swim, 56-mile bike and 13.1-mile run through basalt lava fields and dancing deserts as triathletes soak in breathtaking scenery and views of the surrounding red rock canyons.

Live event coverage of the 2023 Intermountain Health IRONMAN 70.3 North American Championship St. George to be broadcast on Outside TV.  

MALE PRO:
1 Sanders Lionel CAN 
2 Laundry Jackson CAN 
3 Long Sam USA 
4 Hanson Matthew USA 
5 Foley Trevor USA 
6 Taccone Luciano ARG 
7 Metzler Justin USA 
8 Rodriguez Hernandez Tomas MEX 
9 Mcmahon Brent CAN 
10 Lopes Andre BRA 
11 Ulloa Martin CHL 
12 Feigh Adam USA 
13 Russell Matt USA
14 Chase Nicholas USA 
15 Kilshaw Stephen CAN 
16 Gillespie Dylan USA 
17 Pohl Jason CAN 
18 Deal Benjamin USA 
19 Brady Patrick USA 
20 Deckard Robbie USA 
21 Ortiz Luis USA
22 Perez Sandi Eduardo MEX 
23 Smith Brennen CAN 
24 Hipple Tripp USA 
25 Hsiao Yu TWN 
26 Francoeur Antoine CAN 
27 Cosman Nick CAN 
28 Hammer Christopher USA 
29 Bollinger Conor USA 
30 Ford Benjamin USA 
31 Winslow Timothy USA 
32 Fecik Jonathan USA 
34 Diaz Isaac USA 
35 Scott Nicholas CAN 
36 Sahlstrom Cody CAN 
37 Gribbons Brendan CAN 
38 Williams Brice USA 
39 Volk Devin USA 
40 Gross Emmett USA 
42 Dubrick Marc USA 
43 Haeberle Scott USA 
44 Cordova Perez Jose Luis MEX 

FEMALE PRO:
50 Moench Skye USA
52 McBride Rach CAN 
53 Metzler Jeanni USA 
54 Kessler Meredith USA 
55 Hering Jackie USA 
57 Lewis Danielle USA 
58 Smith Lesley USA 
59 Brandon Lauren USA 
60 Bergsten Anna SWE 
61 Mitchell Olivia IRL 
62 Mcquaid Melanie CAN 
63 Hill Alycia USA 
64 Olson Rachel USA 
65 Hudacek Tyler USA 
66 Bachelder St-pierre Pamela-ann CAN 
67 Bendix Madsen Sif DNK 
68 Mensch Rachel USA 
69 Bowker Kayla USA 
70 Vocke Brittany USA 
71 Watt Alex USA 
72 Paulson Ashley USA 
73 Dellosa Ashley USA 
74 Dietzel Olivia USA 
75 Anderbury Rebecca GBR 
76 Fauteux Danielle CAN 
77 Sakaluk Hannah USA 
78 Horner Jenna USA 
79 Beard Batya USA 
80 Lumkes Gabrielle USA 
81 Babineau Lauren CAN 
83 Yunginger Rebecca USA 

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