The world’s best middle distance triathletes compete against each other in the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship on Saturday – and you can follow every second live with TRI247.
Our expert John Levison will be on hand to liven up our special live blog with continuous updates, information and colors.
Who will win the IM 70.3 World Championship?
We’ve got a ton of preview content to help you figure out who might be on the podium Saturday noon in St George.
This man, Levison, has gone in-depth to provide an in-depth analysis of both races to give you his list of athletes and a pick to win for each race. You can read the preview of her men here, while her preview of the women is here.
We also invited a panel of experts to take their pick for the podium in Utah, and they are an illustrious group.
- Joe Skipper, multiple British IRONMAN winner
- Former Olympian and background star Helle Frederiksen
- Former European long distance champion Laura Siddall
- Multiple IRONMAN and IRONMAN 70.3 world champion Craig Alexander
Our panel expects big guns Daniela Ryf, Lucy-Charles Barclay and Taylor Knibb to lead the women’s race – read their expert verdicts here.
Meanwhile, they expect the Norwegian duo of Olympic champion Kristian Blummenfelt and reigning 70.3 king Gustav Iden to fight in the men’s race.
Another man who had a fascinating take on Saturday’s races is German star Sebastian Kienle. He delivered his verdicts during an interview on IM’s 70.3 Nice program.
IM World 70.3 official start lists
If you want to know who is competing on Saturday we have start lists and bib numbers for both men’s and women’s races.
When does the race begin ?
The action begins in Utah at 7:00 a.m. local time on Saturday. It’s 1400 in the UK and 0900 on the US East Coast. If you are on the West Coast, set your alarm clock to 0600.
For all the important pre-race information, we’ve got the key details on how to watch the action in our pre-race guide.