Top Field To Race At Ironman 70.3 Mont-Tremblant

This Sunday, Mont-Tremblant will again host a top-notch field of professionals.

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After hosting Ironman 70.3 Mont-Tremblant, Ironman Mont-Tremblant and the Ironman 70.3 World Championship in 2014, the Quebec region of Canada has become familiar to the triathlon scene. This Sunday Ironman 70.3 Mont-Tremblant will again host a top-notch field of professionals, all looking for a chance to take home their share of $60,000 and some valuable 70.3/KPR points. Highlighting the start list are well-known Americansand defending championsJesse Thomas and Meredith Kessler.

Thomas will face off against a top field that includes Canada’s own Lionel Sanders and Cody Beals, Bermuda’s Tyler Butterfield, and Australia’s Richie Cunningham, James Seear and Paul Ambrose. In addition to Kessler, top competitors on the women’s side are Canada’s Magali Tisseyre, and  the United States’ Jessie Donavan and Alicia Kaye.

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See the complete start list below:

1 Jesse Thomas USA
5 Tyler Butterfield BMU
6 Richie Cunninghman AUS
7 Lionel Sanders CAN
8 James Seear AUS
9 Andrew Yoder USA
11 Paul Ambrose AUS
12 Cody Beals CAN
13 Cedric Boily CAN
14 Scott Bradley USA
15 Patrice Brisindi CAN
16 Ryan Cain CAN
17 Sacha Cavelier CAN
20 Thomas Gerlach USA
21 Pierre-Yves Gigou CAN
22 Nick Glavac USA
23 Dylan Gleeson CAN
25 Antoine Jolicoeur Desroches CAN
26 Derek Lantz CAN
27 Jeff Manson CAN
28 Jordan Monnink CAN
29 Reeven Nathan USA
30 Taylor Reid CAN

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36 Meredith Kessler USA
37 Magali Tisseyre CAN
38 Jessie Donavan USA
42 Alicia Kaye USA
45 Christine Fletcher CAN
46 Annie Gervais CAN
47 Jacqui Gordon USA
49 Holly Lawrence GBR
50 Caroline Martineau CAN
51 Amelia McCracken USA
53 Danielle Ohlson USA
54 Cheryl Orlovsky CAN
57 Caroline St-Pierre CAN
58 Marie-Renee Vial CAN
59 Charisa Wernick USA

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