Tip: To find the total number of participants as well as the number of women vs. men per triathlon event, click the “results for other years” link at the top of the event’s results page. For example, the image below displays the results for Ironman Hawaii 2011
When you click the “results for other years” link, you will see the page that shows all available historical results for that event with the total number of participants per each one:
To see the full list of available triathlon events, please go to TRIResults.com.
Just a reminder that you can order any results by Swim, Bike or Run time on triresults.com. All you need to do is click Swim, Bike or Run on the event results page. For example, Ironman Hawaii 2009 results ordered by Swim time:
I have added more statistical information for each triathlon event on triresults.com. Now, in addition to the total number of athletes per event, you can see the total number of female vs. male athletes. Anyone who is interested to know how the number of female vs. male triathlon participants has changed in past 10-15 years will find this information useful. A couple of examples:
2002: female/male – 393/1409
2010: female/male – 668/1882
2002: female/male – 314/1398
2010: female/male – 842/1888
Ironman USA Lake Placid
1999: female/male – 255/1121
2010: female/male – 622/1989
Ironman Coeur d’Alene
2003: female/male – 323/1251
2010: female/male – 599/1662
1994: female/male – 248/1042
2010: female/male – 489/1283
For other events, please go to triresults.com, check the results for an event that you are interested in and click “results for other years“.
I have added graphs to the triresults.com reports that show Ironman Hawaii top 5 MPRO and WPRO for all years. It’s a different way to look at the same data. You can quickly notice that 2004 was the slowest year for both WPROs and MPROs.