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Approximately 80 professional triathletes are slated to take part in the first European destination for the IRONMAN Pro Series™, in Alcúdia-Mallorca on Saturday 11 May. With two IRONMAN Pro Series races already in the books, and the Intermountain Health IRONMAN® 70.3® North American Championship St. George triathlon occurring this weekend, excitement is building as professional triathletes look to accrue early season points and event prize money.

Taking place on the Balearic Island and triathlete haven of Mallorca, the event can be seen live in person and will be available to watch for free across multiple platforms for viewers around the world including proseries.ironman.com, Outside TV, DAZN and L’Equipe in France, among others.

The deep professional field will see the return of 2022 IRONMAN® World Champion, Gustav Iden (NOR), as he makes his Pro Series debut. Iden will be challenged by Jan Stratmann (DEU) who comes hot off a 2nd place finish at the inaugural IRONMAN 70.3 Valencia just a few weeks ago and Patrick Lange (DEU), who has already raced two IRONMAN Pro Series races, and presently sits atop the IRONMAN Pro Series standings. Paul Schuster (DEU) will also make a return to the IRONMAN Pro Series to build upon his current 8th place position.

Also making their IRONMAN Pro Series debut among a star-stacked male field will be Mathis Margirier (FRA), Youri Keulen (NED), Cameron Wurf (AUS), Gregory Barnaby (ITA), Arnaud Guilloux (FRA) and Bradley Weiss (ZAF). With every second behind the race winner equating to a point earned or lost, athletes know Every Second Matters in order to maximise their standings.

In the women’s field, Emma Pallant-Browne, who is currently ranked 18th in the IRONMAN Pro Series standings, with a total of 1846 points, will be wearing bib number one. Pallant-Browne won the race back in 2022 so no doubt will be looking to repeat history and clinch the full 2,500 points available.

Looking to chase down Pallant-Browne will be Laura Philipp (DEU) who comes off a fourth-place finish at IRONMAN 70.3 Valencia, as well as Giorgia Priorone (ITA), Ruth Astle (GBR) and Lizzie Rayner (GBR), all of whom are making their IRONMAN Pro Series debut.

Racing alongside the professional triathletes will be around 3,800 age-groupers, who will be battling it out to earn age group qualifying slots to the 2024 VinFast IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship on Dec. 14 and 15 in Taupō, New Zealand. In addition to this, the Zafiro IRONMAN 70.3 Alcúdia-Mallorca also offers 2024 VinFast IRONMAN World Championship, Nice, France, slots to the Top 5 Placed Women in each age group category.

All athletes will take on a 1.2 mile (1.9km) swim in the Bay of Alcúdia, which is usually well-protected, before embarking on an undulating bike course with 800m of elevation gain as they enjoy the sweeping mountain views and small Spanish island villages. A fast and flat run course will see athletes do three-loops along Alcúdia Bay, finishing on the beach to the roar of spectators.

The full professional fields can be found below (subject to change).


F1 Pallant-Browne, Emma, GBR (United Kingdom)

F2 Philipp, Laura, DEU (Germany)

F4 Priarone, Giorgia, ITA (Italy)

F5 Kleiser, Daniela, DEU (Germany)

F6 Rayner, Lizzie, GBR (United Kingdom)

F7 Astle, Ruth, GBR (United Kingdom)

F8 Curridori, Elisabetta, ITA (Italy)

F9 Hartikainen, Heini, FIN (Finland)

F10 Svensk, Sara, SWE (Sweden)

F11 Reng, Franziska, DEU (Germany)

F12 Bendix Madsen, Sif, DNK (Denmark)

F13 Liepold, Kristin, DEU (Germany)

F14 Iemmolo, Julie, FRA (France)

F15 Santimaria, Margie, ITA (Italy)

F16 Arlom, Hannah, DEU (Germany)

F17 Clutterbuck, Stephanie, GBR (United Kingdom)

F18 Addie, Laura, GBR (United Kingdom)

F19 Suter, Mena, CHE (Switzerland)

F21 Bonner, Sarah, CAN (Canada)

F22 Roth, Sabrina, DEU (Germany)

F23 Iogna Prat, Luisa, ITA (Italy)

F24 Diaz Philippi, Maria Florencia, ARG (Argentina)

F25 Paskiewiez, Nikita, FRA (France)

F26 Baumann, Melanie, CHE (Switzerland)

F28 Bogen, Bianca, DEU (Germany)

F29 Timm, Annika, DEU (Germany)

F30 Meißner, Lena, DEU (Germany)

F31 Illeditsch, Elena, DEU (Germany)

F32 Meyer, Carolin, DEU (Germany)


M1 Stratmann, Jan, DEU (Germany)

M3 Iden, Gustav, NOR (Norway)

M4 Lange, Patrick, DEU (Germany)

M6 Mann, Nicolas, DEU (Germany)

M7 Margirier, Mathis, FRA (France)

M8 Keulen, Youri, NLD (Netherlands)

M9 Weiss, Bradley, ZAF (South Africa)

M11 Dreitz, Andi, DEU (Germany)

M12 Weiss, Michael, AUT (Austria)

M13 Barnaby, Gregory, ITA (Italy)

M14 Teagle, James, GBR (United Kingdom)

M15 Guilloux, Arnaud, FRA (France)

M16 Magnien, Dylan, FRA (France)

M17 Petersen, Mathias, DNK (Denmark)

M18 Wurf, Cameron, AUS (Australia)

M19 De Keyser, Christophe, BEL (Belgium)

M20 Høgenhaug, Kristian, DNK (Denmark)

M21 Nieschlag, Justus, DEU (Germany)

M22 Goodwin, George, GBR (United Kingdom)

M23 Aguayo Muñoz, Emilio, ESP (Spain)

M24 Nilsson, Patrik, SWE (Sweden)

M25 Schuster, Paul, DEU (Germany)

M26 Raelert, Michael, DEU (Germany)

M27 Redolad Canalda, Albert, ESP (Spain)

M28 Thijs, Nick, BEL (Belgium)

M29 Cometta, Patrick, CHE (Switzerland)

M30 Chouvelon, Corentin, FRA (France)

M31 Wayaffe, Jonathan, BEL (Belgium)