Competitive Field Set To Race Ironman 70.3 Timberman

For many pros this event serves as the final race opportunity before focusing on the final build up to Kona.

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A strong roster of professional triathletes are set to compete at the popular Ironman 70.3 Timberman triathlon in Gilford, N.H. this Sunday, Aug. 16. For many pros this event serves as the final race opportunity before focusing on the final build up to October’s Ironman World Championship on the Big Island.

In the men’s race, defending champion Leon Griffin (AUS) will face off against four-time race winner Andy Potts (USA). It will be far from a two-person competition as top names Tim O’Donnell (USA), Cameron Dye (USA), Richie Cunningham (AUS), Paul Matthews (AUS), Trevor Wurtele (CAN), Drew Scott (USA) and Dylan McNeice (NZL) will all be on the start line.

For the women, it is a wide open race with the entire top five from 2014 not choosing to compete this year. Likely the race will come down to a battle between three of the strongest athletes in the sportRachel Joyce (GBR), Heather Jackson (USA) and Angela Naeth (CAN). Other podium contenders include Rebekah Keat (USA), Liz Lyles (USA), Amber Ferreira (USA) and Jennifer Spieldenner (USA)

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1 Leon Griffin (AUS)
2 Andy Potts (USA)
3 Tim O’Donnell (USA)
4 Richie Cunningham (AUS)
5 Paul Matthews (AUS)
7 Trevor Wurtele (CAN)
8 Drew Scott (USA)
10 Dylan McNeice (NZL)
11 Steven Zawaski (USA)
12 Jack Smith (USA)
13 Mark Saroni (USA)
14 Taylor Reid (CAN)
15 Kyle Pawlaczyk (USA)
17 Jake Montgomery (AUS)
18 Jordan Monnink (CAN)
21 Keith Kotar (USA)
22 Antione Jolicoeur Desroches (CAN)
23 Yu Hsiao (USA)
24 Jeremy Howard (USA)
25 Daniel Harris (USA)
26 Nick Glavac (USA)
27 Jonathan Fecik (USA)
28 Thomas Gerlach (USA)
29 Tom Eickelberg (USA)
30 Cam Dye (USA)
31 Ivan Dominguez (USA)
32 Mario De Elias (ARG)
33 Sean Daugherty (USA)
34 Braden Currie (NZL)
35 Matthew Curbeau (USA)
36 Greg Close (USA)
37 Sacha Cavelier (CAN)
38 Scott Bradley (USA)
39 Mark Bowstead (NZL)
40 Raymond Botelho (USA)
42 Cedric Boily (CAN)
45 Iain Alexandridis (USA)
46 Myles Alexander (USA)

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53 Rachel Joyce (GBR)
54 Rebekah Keat (AUS)
55 Heather Jackson (USA)
56 Amber Ferreira (USA)
59 Liz Lyles (USA)
60 Marie-Renee Vial (CAN)
61 Jennifer Spieldenner (USA)
62 Beth Shutt (USA)
63 Jeanni Seymour (RSA)
66 Julie Patterson (USA)
67 Danielle Ohlson (USA)
68 Elizabeth Noey (USA)
69 Michelle Mighdoll (USA)
70 Amelia McCracken (USA)
71 Kristen Marchant (CAN)
72 Cindy Lewis (CAN)
75 Tamara Kozulina (UKR)
76 Vanessa Kelley (USA)
77 Amy Javens (USA)
78 Caroline Gregory (USA)
79 Alexandra Gordichuk (CAN)
80 Annie Gervais (CAN)
81 Leslie DiMichele (USA)
82 Jessica Chong (USA)
83 Katy Cargiulo (USA)
84 Katy Blakemore (USA)
85 Ali Black (USA)
86 Kaitlin Anelauskas (USA)
87 Angela Naeth (CAN)

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