Ironman Hawaii: This is how you see the triathlon NOW live on TV and in the livestream

Ironman Hawaii: This is how you watch the triathlon live on TV and in the livestream

The Ironman Hawaii will start from 6 to 8 October 2022. In addition to Patrick Lange, Sebastian Kienle, Maurice Clavel and Andreas Dreitz will also be at the start. Unfortunately, two-time winner Jan Frodeno cannot start due to an injury (hip infection). “It hurts my soul,” explains Frodeno in the “world”.

After the Covid-19 break in 2020 and 2021, 2022 will see two races in one year for the first time in Ironman history. The victories at the Ironman 2022 in Utah went to Olympic champion Kristian Blummenfelt of Norway and Swiss series winner Daniela Ryf.

Triathlon fans can watch the men’s and women’s pro race in the ZDF livestream like “” live on tv and live stream.

The women’s race will take place on October 6 (Thurs) from 6:25 PM (CET). The men’s professional game starts on October 8 (Saturday) at 6:25 PM. You can do the Ironman Hawaii in the ZDF livestream pursue. The broadcast starts every day at 6:10 pm.

Martin Schneider will comment on the women’s race at ZDF. By his side is triathlon expert Nicole Leder. Florian Zschiedrich will be the moderator. In the men’s race on Saturday, Daniel Unger will comment as an expert alongside Martin Schneider.

Click here for the ZDF livestream

October 6 (Thurs)

6.25 pm: Women’s race (professionals)
6:27 pm: Paratriathletes
6.30pm to 7pm: all age groups of women
7:25 PM: All men over 60 years old
7:35 pm: Age group M50-54
7:40 PM: M25-29

October 8 (Saturday)

6.25 pm: men’s competition (professionals)
6.40 pm to 7 pm: all other age group athletes

Ironman Hawaii: start list men (professionals)

The men’s pro race has 51 triathletes on the starting list for the October 8 race. Top favorite is Olympic champion Kristian Blummenfelt. “It’s time for a Norwegian to win the Ironman in Hawaii,” said the 28-year-old.

Patrick Lange, Sebastian Kienle, Andreas Dreitz, Maurice Clavel and Florian Angert will start for Germany. With Paul Schuster, a German athlete drops out. While training in Texas, he broke his hand after being hit by a car.

Start number / name / country

1 Kristian Blummenfelt NOR
2 Lionel Sanders CAN
3 Roast Currie NZL
4 Chris Leiferman USA
5 Florian Angert GER
6 Patrick Lange GER
7 Sebastian Kienle GE

8 Gustav Iden NORA
9 Timothy O’Donnell USA
10 Ben Hoffman USA
11 Cameron Nest OFF
12 Leon Chevalier FRA
14 Daniel Baekkegard DEN
15 Sam Laidlow FRA
16 David McNamee GBR
17 Joe Skipper GBR
19 Rodolph von Berg USA
20 Matthew Hanson USA
21 Denis Chevrot FRAI
22 Reinaldo Colucci BRA
23 Max Neumann OFF
25 Collin Chartier USA
26 Kyle Buckingham ZAF
27 Tim Van Berkel OUT
28 Nicholas Kastelein AUS
29 Jan van Berkel SUI
30 Kenneth Vandendriessche BEL
31 Ivan Tutukin KAZ2
32 Magnus Ditlev DEN
33 Bradley WeissZAF
34 Kyle Smith NZL
35 Pieter Heemeryck BEL
36 Kristian Hogenhaug DEN
37 Sam Appleton OUT
38 Clement Mignon FRA
39 Jesper Svensson United States
40 Andre Lopes Bra
41 Matthew Trautman ZAF
42 Robert Wilkowiecki POL
43 Robert Kallin FIN
44 Mathias Lyngsoe Petersen DEN
45 Michael Weiss AUT
47 Luciano Taccone ARG
48 Arnaud Guilloux United States
49 Josh Amberger OFF
50 Maurice Clavel GE
51 Igor Amorelli BRA
52 Henrik Goesch FIN
53 Andreas Dreitz GER
54 Matt Burton OFF
55 David Plese SVN

Ironman Hawaii: start list women (professionals)

World Champion and five-time Ironman winner Daniela Ryf of Switzerland is the top favorite in the women’s professional race. The number will not be awarded because Katrina Matthews was seriously injured in a cycling accident during training.

As the winner of the Ironman Hawaii 2019, Anne Haug has automatically qualified for the Hawaii 2022 triathlon. “Hawaii suits me,” Haug says.

Start number / name / country

1 Daniela Ryf SUIC
3 Anne Haug GER
4 Skye Monch VS
5 Ruth Astle GBR
6 Lucy Charles-Barclay GBR
7 Sarah Crowley OUT
8 Laura Philipp GE
9 Heather Jackson USA
10 Lisa Norden ZWE
11 Laura Siddall GBR
12 Fenella Langridge GBR
14 Gurutze Frades Larralde ESP
15 Maja Stage Nielsen DEN
17 Sarah TrueUS
18 Jocelyn McCauley, USA
19 Daniela Bleymehl GER
20 Sara Svensk ZWE
21 Pamella Oliveira BRA
22 Haley Chura USA
23 Simone Mitchell GBR
24 Chelsea Sodaro United States
25 Laura Zimmermann GE
26 Manon Genet FRAI
28 Rebecca Clarke NZL
29 Justine Mathieux FRA
30 Lauren BrandonUSA
31 Elisabetta Curridori ITA
32 Joanna Ryter SUIC
33 Rachel Zilinskas USA
35 Renee Kiley OUT
36 Jen Annett CAN
37 Heini Hartikainen FIN
38 Kelly Fillnow USA
39 Kristin Liepold GER
40 Elena Illeditsch GE

41 Dimity-Lee Duke AUS
43 Chantal Sainter GBR
44 Penny Slater CAN
46 Kylie Simpson OFF
47 Magda Nieuwoudt ZAF
48 Jodie Robertson United States
49 Jenny Schulz GER
50 Beatriz Neres bra
51 Susie Cheetham GBR
52 Kate Bevilaqua OUT

Ironman Hawaii: distance and course

The Ironman Hawaii starts on the well-known routes. The triathletes have to swim 3.86 km in the open sea, cycle 180.2 km and run 42.195 km. The route heads along the coast from the east side of Kailua Pier. In total, all participants must climb 1,772 meters before the winners are crowned on Alii Drive.

The Ironman Hawaii is the oldest long-distance triathlon. The first competition took place in 1978. This year the competition will be held over two days for the first time. The equalizer is intended to enable a large number of athletes who have not been able to participate in the past two years due to cancellation and postponement.

All Ironman winners since 1978

2022 Kristian Blummenfelt
2019 Jan Frodeno
2018 Patrick Lange
2017 Patrick Lange
2016 Jan Frodeno
2015 Jan Frodeno
2014 Sebastian Kienle

2013 Frederik Van Lierde
2012 Pete Jacobs
2011 Craig Alexander
2010 Chris McCormack
2009 Craig Alexander
2008 Craig Alexander
2007 Chris McCormack
2006 Norman Stadler
2005 Faris Al Sultan
2004 Norman Stadler

2003 Peter Reid
2002 Tim DeBoom
2001 Tim DeBoom
2000 Peter Reid
1999 Luc van Lierde
1998 Peter Reid
1997 Thomas Hellriegel
1996 Luc van Lierde
1995 Mark Allen
1994 Greg Welch
1993 Mark Allen
1992 Mark Allen
1991 Mark Allen
1990 Mark Allen
1989 Mark Allen
1988 Scott Molina
1987 Dave Scott
1986 Dave Scott
1985 Scott Tinley
1984 Dave Scott
1983 Dave Scott
1982 Dave Scott
1982 Scott Tinley
1981 John Howard
1980 Dave Scott
1979 Tom Warren
1978 Gordon Haller

All Ironman winners since 1979

2022 Chelsea Sodaro
2022 Daniela Ryfo
2019 Anne Haug
2018 Daniela Ryfo
2017 Daniela Ryfo
2016 Daniela Ryfo
2015 Daniela Ryfo
2014 Mirinda Carfrae
2013 Mirinda Carfrae
2012 Leanda Cave
2011 Chrissy Wellington
2010 Mirinda Carfrae
2009 Chrissy Wellington
2008 Chrissy Wellington
2007 Chrissy Wellington
2006 Michele Jones
2005 Natasha Badmann
2004 Natasha Badmann
2003 Lori Bowden
2002 Natasha Badman
2001 Natasha Badmann
2000 Natasha Badman
1999 Lori Bowden
1998 Natasha Badman
1997 Heather Fuhr
1996 Paula Newby-Fraser
1995 Karen Smyers
1994 Paula Newby-Fraser
1993 Paula Newby-Fraser
1992 Paula Newby-Fraser
1991 Paula Newby-Fraser
1990 Erin Baker
1989 Paula Newby-Fraser
1988 Paula Newby-Fraser
1987 Erin Baker
1986 Paula Newby-Fraser
1985 Joanne Ernest
1984 Sylviane Puntous
1983 Sylviane Puntous
1982 Julie Leach
1982 Kathleen McCartney
1981 Linda Sweeney
1980 Robin Beck
1979 Lyn Lemaire

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