Multiple German IRONMAN World Champions face-off in Frankfurt

Friday 28 June 2019
The Mainova IRONMAN European Championship course in Frankfurt is one of the most spectator-dense bike courses on the IRONMAN race circuit. It also boasts one of the most historical finish lines in the sport, ending in the heart of the old city. Visitors to the area can enjoy visting historical places such as the Römer, Paulskirche (Church), Frankfurt Zoological Garden, Goethe Museum, the old Opera House, several museums, and Alt Sachsenhausen.

Athletes begin their day with a 3.8 km swim course in the quiet waters of the Langener Waldsee. The two-loop course has a short run between the laps. The water temperature is usually between 22°C and 24°C. The two-loop bike course guides athletes through the middle of Frankfurt, and into surrounding small villages. The course, which is closed to traffic, is hilly and challenging, mixed with some flat sections. Thousands of spectators come out to cheer for the athletes over the 185 km bike course. The 42 km flat run course consists of four fast laps, which allows athlete to reach their best marathon times. The run course is lined with thousands of spectators who gather along the promenande next to the river.

2019 Mainova IRONMAN European Championship Frankfurt offers 80 qualifying slots for the 2019 IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, HI.

2019 Mainova IRONMAN European Championship Frankfurt offers 100 qualifying slots for the 2019 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Nice, France.

MALE PRO:
1 Patrick Lange DEU (Germany)
2 Jan Frodeno DEU (Germany)
3 Sebastian Kienle DEU (Germany)
4 Joe Skipper GBR (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)
5 Bas Diederen NLD (Netherlands)
7 Michael Raelert DEU (Germany)
8 Franz Loeschke DEU (Germany)
9 Ivan Raña ESP (Spain)
10 Per Van Vlerken DEU (Germany)
11 Antony Costes FRA (France)
12 Johann Ackermann DEU (Germany)
13 Anthony Adam FRA (France)
14 Emilio Aguayo Munoz ESP (Spain)
15 Lucas Amirault FRA (France)
16 Victor Arroyo Bugallo ESP (Spain)
17 Daniel Besse CHE (Switzerland)
18 Jean-Claude Besse CHE (Switzerland)
19 Sergio Bolado Noriega ESP (Spain)
20 Steeve Brugiere FRA (France)
22 Greg Close USA (United States of America)
23 Trevor Delsaut FRA (France)
24 Benjamin Dicke DEU (Germany)
25 Patrick Dirksmeier DEU (Germany)
26 Tobias Drachler DEU (Germany)
27 Marc Duelsen DEU (Germany)
28 Jose Estrangeiro PRT (Portugal)
29 Patrick Feil DEU (Germany)
30 Romain Garcin FRA (France)
31 Sebastian Guhr DEU (Germany)
32 David Hankó HUN (Hungary)
33 Christian Haupt DEU (Germany)
34 Kristian Hindkjaer DNK (Denmark)
35 Marcus Hultgren SWE (Sweden)
36 Peter Kotand CZE (Czech Republic)
37 Kirill Kotsegarov EST (Estonia)
38 Philipp Koutny CHE (Switzerland)
39 Christian Kramer DEU (Germany)
40 Chris Leiferman USA (United States of America)
41 Dylan Mcneice NZL (New Zealand)
42 Philipp Mock DEU (Germany)
43 Marek Nemcik SVK (Slovakia)
44 Lukas Pietrek DEU (Germany)
45 David Plese SVN (Slovenia)
46 Lukas Polan CZE (Czech Republic)
48 Sam Proctor GBR (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)
49 Fabian Rahn DEU (Germany)
50 MIchael Ruenz DEU (Germany)
51 Matt Russell USA (United States of America)
52 Paul Schuster DEU (Germany)
53 Kevin Thewes DEU (Germany)
54 Nacho Villarruel ARG (Argentina)
55 Thiago Vinhal BRA (Brazil)
56 Andrej Vistica HRV (Croatia)
57 Aljoscha Willgosch DEU (Germany)
58 Roman Deisenhofer DEU (Germany)
59 David Jilek CZE (Czech Republic)

FEMALE PRO:
101 Daniela Bleymehl DEU (Germany)
102 Anne Haug DEU (Germany)
103 Sarah Lewis GBR (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)
105 Skye Moench USA (United States of America)
106 Angela Naeth CAN (Canada)
107 Amelia Watkinson NZL (New Zealand)
108 Saleta Castro ESP (Spain)
109 Jen Annett CAN (Canada)
110 Anne Basso FRA (France)
111 Linsey Corbin USA (United States of America)
112 Petra Eggenschwiler CHE (Switzerland)
113 Kimberley Morrison GBR (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)
114 Lenny Ramsey NLD (Netherlands)
115 Jade Roberts ZAF (South Africa)
116 Imogen Simmonds CHE (Switzerland)
117 Sarah True USA (United States of America)
119 Anja Ippach DEU (Germany)
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