CLASH Endurance Miami Heats Up 2022 Triathlon Season With Its Pro Field at the Homestead-Miami Speedway
Taking place on March 11, 2022, a global field of more than 75 professional athletes will transcend upon the Homestead-Miami Speedway to take on the CLASH Endurance Miami Event. Consisting of a 1.7K swim, 60.3K bike and 16.9K run, pros will test their limits on a unique course all within the speedway venue. Many of triathlon’s biggest names are gearing up for one of this year’s early-season events, all aiming for their stake at the $50,000 prize purse. In the United States, the event will be televised on FS1 (FOX Sports One) on Thursday, March 17 during primetime so endurance and sports fans alike can experience the excitement of the race from home! Race footage will also be distributed globally to a variety of international markets. Additionally, CLASH Miami will feature more than 6 hours of live coverage on the CLASH Endurance Facebook page. Follow @CLASHEndurance to see all the action. Fans can also visit the CLASH Instagram and Twitter channels for race updates and imagery.
“Our CLASH Endurance Team is thrilled to welcome such an extensive group of the sport’s pros to Miami next month. We look forward to them experiencing all that CLASH Endurance has to offer and crowning a new pair of CLASH Endurance Miami Champions,” said CLASH Endurance CEO, Bill Christy.
The field includes Olympians, world-record holders as well as short and long-course champions. On the women’s side, Emma Pallant-Browne, known for her running prowess and strong performance at 70.3 Worlds in 2021 will battle against two-time Australian Olympian, Ashleigh Gentle and Sara Perez-Sala, an Olympic swimmer and podium finisher at CLASH Endurance Daytona. The men’s field includes too many notable stats to list but leaders may include Sam Long who was the runner up at the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship, in addition to Ben Kanute who placed 6th at CLASH Endurance Daytona in December and took the win at IRONMAN 70.3 California. Jackson Laundry, who recently suffered a bike accident will be there to finish strong, with a 5th place finish last year at the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship.
Emma Pallant-Browne, Sara Perez Sala, Pâmella Oliveira, Lisa Becharas, Sophie Watts, Chelsea Sodaro, Sonja Catano, Maja Stage Nielsen, Dede Griesbauer, Lenny Ramsey, Brittany Higgins, Danielle Treise, Summer Deal, Lara Gruden, Bruna Mahn, Ashleigh Gentle, Minori Minagawa, Rebecca Marrou, Sif Madsen, Laura Matthews and Samantha Kingsford.
Samuel Long, Ben Kanute, Jackson Laundry, Samuel Appleton, Magnus Ditlev, Andreas Dreitz, Chris Leiferman, Andrew Starykowicz, Jason West, Justin Metzler, Thomas Davis, Reinaldo Colucci, Tyler Butterfield, Brent McMahon, Andre Lopes, Nicholas Chase, Emmanuel Lejeune, Robbie Deckard, Taylor Reid, Matt McWilliams, Patrick Brady, Antony Costes, Benjamin Deal, Elliott Bach, Dylan Gillespie, Ted Treise, Ernest Mantell, Aaron Royle, Youri Keulen, Balazs Csoke, David Guete, Jack Shayler, Quentin De Vos, Jens Roth, Scott Haeberle, Pablo Gomez, Brandon Krout, Carlos Javier Quinchara Forero, Daniel Reyes, Gergely Nagy, Ian Dempsey, Jonas Schomburg, Keeghan Hurley, Loren Nelson, Matthew Sharpe, Nick Cosman, Siebe Meeus, Yorlliry Moreno, Simon Shi, Armando Abaunza, Aaron Gregory Kolk, Yunior Rosete Torres, Mario De Elias and Sam Osborne.