More than 1800 athletes from all backgrounds and walks of life will complete their own personal challenge and test their endurance to complete the 23rd IRONMAN LANZAROTE. Each participant must swim 3.8 km, ride a grueling 180.2 km bike course and finally run a full marathon of 42.2 km to earn the privilege of being an IRONMAN LANZAROTE finisher.
The race attracts both Professionals and amateur athletes of all nationalities. The top 6 male and female finishers in the professional class are eligible for the prize money. The total prize purse is 25.000 US$, divided as follows:
1st: $5.000 · 2nd: $2.750 · 3rd: $1.750 · 4th: $1.250 · 5th: $1.000 · 6th: $750
With 40 qualifying slots to top age-group finishers for the 2014 IRONMAN World Championship in Hawaii, the IRONMAN LANZAROTE race is the ideal opportunity to qualify for Hawaii in almost identical conditions to those you will experience in the IRONMAN World Championship.
The IRONMAN Lanzarote is a 1000 points qualifying race (Professionals only). For further information regarding the IRONMAN Kona Qualifying points please visit www.ironmanpromembership.com.
We advise you to book your accommodation well in advance of the race. Please visit www.clublasanta.com for more information.
All Athletes should read the Event Registration Release and Waiver of Laibility before collecting their race pack.
To give yourself time to acclimatise to the Lanzarote weather, and to avoid any problems with delivery of your bike, we recommend that you arrive at least four days before the race. We also advise that you pack your racing kit separately, including helmet, shoes and wetsuit.
To avoid long queues at the registration desks on Thursday 15th of May, we kindly ask you to come well in advance, either in the morning from 10.00hrs or on Wednesday. Many fellow athletes will collect their race envelope in the afternoon just before the pre-race meeting, Parade of Nations and Pasta party, which will cause delays.