The full field for the 2022 Nutri-Grain IronMan & IronWoman Series is locked, with the final four wildcards awarded today.

Dual Olympian Aly Bull (Alexandra Headland), New Zealand Ironwoman Oliva Corrin (Northcliffe), four time New Zealand Ironman Champion Max Beattie (Surfers Paradise) and Gold Coast Ironman Corey Fletcher (Burleigh Heads Mowbray Park) were awarded wildcard spots following last weekend’s trial, to confirm the field of 20 ironmen and 20 ironwomen for the season.

It is just three weeks until the Nutri-Grain IronMan & IronWoman will kick off on the iconic Bondi Beach from 14-16 January 2022.

For Olympic kayaker Aly Bull it will be her third time competing in the Nutri-Grain IronWoman Series but her first time since she made her Olympic debut at the Rio Olympics in 2016.

Fresh from her Tokyo Olympic campaign earlier this year, Bull is back in the sport where it all began for her.

“I am very chuffed, I’m excited and looking forward to a summer of racing,” Bull said.

“It was a goal of mine before I started my third Olympic campaign to take a bit of time to do what I love and get back to my grassroots, and it’s been really fun so far.

“I feel so lucky and honoured to have been given this opportunity as a wildcard. I’m so disappointed that I couldn’t race on Sunday, and truly earn my spot.

“But at the same time I understand the privilege that comes with this position and I’m super excited to get out there and race again,” she said.

Missing selection by just one place, New Zealand’s Olivia Corrin will once more line up in the Nutri-Grain Ironwoman Series for the third time.

The Nutri-Grain Ironman & Ironwoman Series will be held across six rounds over two weekends, with all the action live across the Nine network.

  • 14-16 January 2022, Rounds 1-3, North Bondi Beach (Sydney)
  • 4-6 February 2022, Rounds 4-6, Kurrawa Beach (Gold Coast)

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