March 26, 2023

Cairns Airport Ironman Asia-Pacific Championship Cairns will have 60 Qualification Slots to the 2022 Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.

Ironman Cairns: 2022 Dates, Start Time, Results, Live Stream 

Cairns Airport Ironman Asia-Pacific Championships Cairns will have 60 qualification slots for the 2022 Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.

2022 Dates:

Event Details
Date 09 June 2022
Check In 4:00pm – 5:00pm Wednesday June 8, Cairns Esplanade
  5:45am Thursday June 9, Reef Fleet Terminal, Cairns
Minimum Age Age at race day
  3km 12 years and above

Roll on 12,13 and 14 August 2022… When the IRONMAN Group and Cork County Council announced the addition of IRONMAN 70.3 Ireland, Cork to the already scheduled and existing IRONMAN Ireland – Cork event, we were thrilled and very were excited.

This may take anywhere from 6 months to 1 year depending on your current fitness. Athletes who can complete 70.3 Ironmans on day one can start training within 6 months.

Start Time:

Cairns Esplanade from Aplin Street to Upward Street: 6.30am to 10am on Saturday, 7am Sunday to 1.30am Monday.

7:00 am

Most Ironman events have a time limit of 16 or 17 hours to complete the race, depending on the course, with the race usually starting at 7:00 a.m. The mandatory cut-off time to swim 2.4 miles (3.86 km) is 2 hours 20 minutes.


Ironman Cairns: 2022 Dates, Start Time, Results, Live Stream

Max Newman took three consecutive Ironman Cairns victories at the Ironman Asia-Pacific Championships on Sunday, while fellow Australian Sarah Crowley was the clear winner of the women’s race.


  • 1. Max Neumann (AUS) 7:52:54
  • 2. Braden Currie (NZL) 7:55:10
  • 3. Sam Appleton (AUS) 8:05:34
  • 4. Tim van Berkel (AUS) 8:14:21
  • 5. Henrik Goesch (FIN) 8:19:33
  • 6. Ben Phillips (NZL) 8:32:48
  • 7. Brodie Gardner (AUS) 8:38:44
  • 8. Blake Kappler (AUS) 8:40:33
  • 9. Matt Burton (AUS) 9:15:05
  • 10. Pete Jacobs (AUS) 9:23:42


  • 1. Sarah Crowley (AUS) 8:59:41
  • 2. Radka Kahlefeldt (CZE) 9:05:17
  • 3. Kylie Simpson (AUS) 9:19:22
  • 4. Penny Slater (AUS) 9:21:19
  • 5. Kristin Liepold (GER) 9:36:11
  • 6. Kate Bevilaqua (AUS) 9:44:39
  • 7. Shannon Sutton (AUS) 10:07:53
  • 8. Emily Donker (AUS) 10:28:11

Athletes who have never done a triathlon or are completely new to triathlon training will need 12 months. There are a lot of plans out there for 12 or 16 weeks.

Live Stream:

The latest TV and online stream coverage of the Ironman triathlon events are now available on our dedicated live streaming page.

The IRONMAN Oceania app has everything you need to know as an athlete or a spectator.

Available for both iPhone and Android, the app includes live athlete tracking, race leaderboards, race results, course maps, and event schedules.

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