How to Watch the 2022 Ironman World Championship Races

It's going to be an amazing two days of racing in Kona - and you won't want to miss a second! Watch all the action with the Ironman World Championship livestream on October 6 and 8.

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Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch the Ironman World Championships in Kona, which will take place for the first time in a two-day format. The women’s pro race, plus age-group women and select men’s age groups, will take place on Thursday, October 6; the men’s pro race and age group fields will race on Saturday, October 8.

Ironman will be streaming their live broadcast on four different platforms:

Coverage start times:

  • 4:30 a.m. HT/7:30 a.m. PT/10:30 a.m. ET on Facebook, YouTube and Twitch
  • 6:00 a.m. HT/9:00 a.m. PT/1:30 p.m. ET on Peacock

Coverage will include the lead-up to the race. You’ll be able to watch the athletes prepare in the morning for the big day. Coverage will also run through the finish of the race—allowing viewers to see the iconic final hour. In total, there will be 20 hours of opportunity each day to tune into triathlon’s Super Bowl.

Pro race start times:

  • Women’s pro race: Thursday, Oct. 6 – 6:25 a.m. HT/9:25 a.m. PT/12:25 p.m. ET
  • Men’s pro race: Saturday, Oct. 8 – 6:25 a.m. HT/9:25 a.m. PT/12:25 p.m. ET

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How to track an athlete at Ironman Kona

For live athlete tracking, you can follow both the professional and age-group athletes on the Ironman Tracker app (available for download from Google Play and the iTunes App Store).

An athlete begins the Ironman World Championship kona livestream race
(Photo: Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

The Ironman Kona Broadcast Team

The broadcast will be hosted by a team of former athletes and experts. This year’s crew includes Michael Lovato, Dede Griesbauer, Greg Welch, and Matt Lieto. Ironman World Champion Mirinda “Rinny” Carfrae will also be a guest on-course commentator during the women’s race on October 6.

Keep Up on Social

Leading up to the race, athletes, media, and organizers will be using #IMKona on Twitter and Instagram. Follow Triathlete on all social platforms:

And for the latest from Hawaii, visit our comprehensive Ironman World Championships page, where we’ll be bringing you all the race-week news, gear updates, and photos from Kona.

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Can’t get enough Ironman World Championship coverage? Visit our Kona Hub for news, analysis, history, photo galleries, and so much more – new stories added daily from our team on the ground at the Big Island.

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