Paris 2024 race numbers allocated to the 42 National Federations heading to the Games

by Olalla Cernuda on 24 Jun, 2024 08:32 • Español
Paris 2024 race numbers allocated to the 42 National Federations heading to the Games

The race number allocation draw for the Paris 2024 Olympic Triathlon took place on Monday, 24 June, streamed live on This draw assigned transition spots to the 42 National Federations with qualified athletes for the Olympic Games.

One side of the Olympic Triathlon transition area is numbered 1-29 (excluding 13), while the other side is numbered 30-56. National Federations with multiple athletes are given consecutive numbers.

With the final athlete names and start lists to be confirmed in the coming days, the Olympic Triathlon races are quickly approaching: the men’s race on 30 July, the women’s race on 31 July, and the Mixed Relay on 5 August.

Meanwhile, don’t forget to watch the forthcoming docu-series DARE TO DREAM, being premiered on Sunday 30 June on the official YouTube and Facebook channels as well as

With two episodes a week being released in the lead up to the opening ceremony of Paris 2024, the 8-part series follows the journeys of 14 of the world’s top triathletes - Flora Duffy, Kristian Blummenfelt, Alex Yee, Cassandre Beaugrand, Hayden Wilde, Taylor Knibb, Matthew Hauser, Beth Potter, Dorian Coninx, Georgia Taylor-Brown, Vincent Luis, Gwen Jorgensen, Miguel Hidalgo and Laura Lindemann - as they chase a shot at Olympic glory in the French capital.

draw men

draw women

draw mixed relay

Olympic Triathlon:

Flora Duffy (BER) and Kristian Blummenfelt (NOR) are the only triathletes to win an Olympic gold and world title in the same year - both in the same year: 2021.

Paris 2024 will be Flora Duffy’s fifth Olympic Games, equalling Nicola Spirig’s record of appearances (2004-2020)

Alistair Brownlee (GBR) is the only athlete to win two Olympic gold medals: London 2012 and Rio 2016.

Jonny Brownlee (GBR) is the only triathlete to win an Olympic medal of every colour - bronze

Nicola Spirig is the most decorated female Olympic triathlete to date, winning gold at London 2012 and silver at Rio 2016.

Previous Olympic medallists on the Paris 2024 women’s start list are Flora Duffy (gold, Tokyo 2020), Georgia Taylor Brown (individual silver, mixed relay gold Tokyo 2020), Taylor Knibb (mixed relay silver Tokyo 2020), Cassandre Beaugrand and Leonie Periault (mixed relay bronze Tokyo 2020).

Previous Olympic medallists on the Paris 2024 men’s start list are Kristian Blummenfelt (gold, Tokyo 2020), Alex Yee (individual silver, mixed relay gold Tokyo 2020), Hayden Wilde (individual bronze Tokyo 2020), Morgan Pearson (mixed relay silver Tokyo 2020), Dorian Coninx (mixed relay bronze Tokyo 2020) and Henri Schoeman (bronze, Rio 2016).

World Champions competing at Paris 2024: Dorian Coninx (2023), Leo Bergere (2022), Kristian Blummenfelt (2021), Beth Potter (2023), Flora Duffy (2016, 2017, 2021, 2022), Georgia Taylor-Brown (2020).

Flora Duffy’s win in Tokyo was Bermuda’s first ever Olympic gold medal


15 - the pontoon position of both the Tokyo 2020 champions Kristian Blummenfelt and Flora Duffy.

3 - the most Olympic triathlon medals won by any athlete, Johnny Brownlee (bronze London 2012, silver Rio 2016, gold Tokyo 2020 Mixed Relay).

34 - athletes wearing the #34 have won more medals than any other number (1 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze).

29-39 - The lucky 10? SIX individual golds have been won by athletes wearing start numbers in that range.


42 - the number of countries / NOCs qualified for Olympic triathlon at Paris 2024, the joint highest ever (38 Tokyo, 42 Rio, 39 London, 36 Beijing, 33 Athens 34 Sydney).

3- the number of countries making their Olympic triathlon debuts: Togo, Iceland and Guam

50% - gender ratio of officials at Paris 2024, achieving female/male parity for the first time.

WTCS numbers

21 - Most starts at WTCS races since Tokyo Olympics by Antonio Serrat Seoane (there have been 21 races)

20 - Most female starts at WTCS races since Tokyo by Natalie Van Coevorden

6 - Most WTCS gold medals since Tokyo by Alex Yee

5 - most female WTCS golds since Tokyo by Flora Duffy (Potter, GTB, Beaugrand all have 4 golds)

9 - most WTCS medals since Tokyo Beth Potter, Leo Bergere and Hayden Wilde (Yee on 8, GTB, Duffy and Beaugrand on 7)

7 - the most different WTCS race winners of any country since Tokyo : France (GB next with 4). GB and France are also the only countries that left a WTCS race winner from current Olympic cycle at home


One World Junior champion from current Olympic cycle (Tilda Mansson 2022) will race, three U23 world champions will be present (Csongor Lehmann 2021, Emma Lombardi 2021, Kate Waugh 2022)

No other World Junior medallists from current Olympic cycle

World U23 medallists from current cycle to have qualified: Tim Hellwig, Matthew Hauser, Alberta Kjaer Pedersen 2021, Bianca Seregni 2022, Maria Tome, Mitch Kolkman 2023

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