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Ironman Ireland 2019 – Results

IMIrelandLogoCourse Conditions

Cold water combined with rainy and windy conditions produced a canceled swim and slow times on the bike. The race was started with a time-trial start in random order every 30 seconds. This made it hard to follow the race (especially when only having the tracker as the app didn’t adjust for start times).

It also makes it hard to evaluate the performance of the winners. Based on the gaps it’s pretty obvious that Bryan McCrystal was putting out a great time on the bike, and the T2 leaders on the female side Emma Bilham and Anja Ippach were also riding strong. Contrary to some expectations, Alistair Brownlee didn’t self-destruct on the bike, but it’s next to impossible to tell what his 4:49 is worth. The same thing can be said for the run: Alistair’s 2:51 was the fastest of the day and one of only two sub-3 runs of the day, Emma’s 3:15 was the fastest female run by more than half an hour. But both would probably have been able to run a bit faster if he was in a close fight for the win. And it’s next to impossible to draw any conclusions from a no-swim, cold and rainy IM Ireland for the ocean-swim, hot and humid race on Hawaii.

Male Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time Diff to exp. Prize Money
1 Alistair Brownlee GBR 04:49:41 02:51:31 07:44:16 n/a US$ 8,000
2 Bryan McCrystal IRL 04:36:15 03:10:25 07:49:45 n/a US$ 4,000
3 Markus Thomschke GER 04:48:35 03:06:44 07:58:10 n/a US$ 3,000
4 Justin Metzler USA 05:10:03 02:56:02 08:08:10 n/a US$ 2,500
5 Seppe Odeyn BEL 05:05:29 03:00:48 08:08:45 n/a US$ 1,500
6 Till Schramm GER 05:08:16 03:11:14 08:22:21 n/a US$ 1,000
7 Adam Feigh USA 05:07:12 03:49:38 08:59:44 n/a
8 Robert Drake GBR 05:45:38 03:26:09 09:16:45 n/a
Esben Hovgaard DEN 05:06:35 DNF
Stefan Overmars NED 05:27:12 DNF

Female Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time Diff to exp. Prize Money
1 Emma Bilham SUI 05:30:30 03:16:16 08:50:18 n/a US$ 8,000
2 Pleuni Hooijman NED 05:36:41 03:40:06 09:19:50 n/a US$ 4,000
3 Amanda Wendorff USA 05:42:10 03:41:46 09:28:32 n/a US$ 3,000
4 Michelle Heneghan IRL 06:04:05 03:41:17 09:50:01 n/a US$ 2,500
Linsey Corbin USA 05:51:41 DNF
Anja Ippach GER 05:28:05 DNF
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Ironman Germany 2019 – How the Race Might Unfold

With the deep fields in Frankfurt and a lot of Kona slots on the line, it’s interesting to speculate on how the race might unfold and what to look for on race day. These projections are solely based on the previous results and “nominal times” by the athletes, of course race tactics (groups forming, someone taking a risk by going a bit harder, etc.) will also have an influence, especially when athletes are close to each other.

You’ll be able to follow the race on German TV (on hr3 with German commentary by Dirk Froberg and Ralf Scholt, it’ll also be streamed on hessenschau.de) and trough the Ironman coverage on Facebook (with English language commentary).

“The Big Three”

The main focus in Frankfurt will be on “The Big Three” – the Kona winners of the last five years: Jan Frodeno, Patrick Lange and Sebastian Kienle. As you can see from the seedings, these athletes are probably a good step ahead of the other athletes. Here’s a graphical view of where they are expected to be in relation to each other and also in relation to a couple of other athletes:

(The other athletes listed are the already qualified Joe Skipper and David Plese, and the expected leaders of the race for the Kona slots.)

Here are a few comments:

  • Frodo, Patrick and Sebi are expected to end up about 15 minutes ahead of the rest of the field. After the swim there will still be a few athletes around, but probably towards the end of the first bike loop they will have separated from the rest of the field, and the gap will continue to grow on the run.
  • The gap between the three Germans is relatively small. The graph shows the “nominal times”, but race tactics will also play a big role in how the race will unfold.
  • Because Sebi is the slowest swimmer (likely to be about three to four minutes behind in T1), the first part of his bike leg will be focused on closing the gap to the lead of the race. Sebi has stated that he’ll be happy to finish in second place (meaning that he wants to beat either Jan or Patrick), so he and Frodo might work together in the second half of the bike to gap Patrick into T2.
  • Frodo is usually the best swimmer. If he has a gap to Patrick coming out of the water, I expect him to work hard at the start of the bike and not allow Patrick to ride up to him. Once Sebi catches up to him, I wouldn’t be surprised to see them put in the work to extend the lead over Patrick.
  • In last year’s race, Patrick was able to swim with Frodo and the two stayed together for almost the whole bike leg. If he manages to do stay close to Frodo and Sebi until T2, that would show he’s also one of the strongest bike riders if needed.
  • On the run, Frodo probably wants to show that he is still the best runner (even after the injury that kept him from racing Kona), while Patrick will be interested to show he can run well in Frankfurt and not “just” in Kona. The expected difference between them is less than a minute, so it’s pretty much impossible to predict what will happen on race day, especially when there is close racing in the marathon.
  • Sebi will be happy to show that he is able to run with the best (and beat at least one of them), but his run form is probably not quite at 100% yet after dealing with injury problems over the winter.

I hope that all of them have had some good last weeks of preparation and that all of them will race in great form. I expect a close and fascinating race in Frankfurt.

The Race for the Male Kona Slots

The race is even harder to predict if we take away “The Big 3” and the other already qualified athletes and put a focus on the race for the four male Pro Kona slots:

There’s a lot of crowding and a lot of changes during the race, here are just a few highlights of what to look for during the race:

  • The two athletes with the best chances for a Kona slot are Franz Loeschke and Emilio Aguayo Munoz, but both of them are still pretty unexperienced on the IM-distance: Franz has done IM Hamburg (where the swim was replaced with a 5k run) and IM Barcelona (missing a win and a Kona slot by 11 seconds) in the 2018 season, Emilio has only done IM Lanzarote 2019 (where he finished third). It’s hard to predict what they are going to be able to do in Frankfurt.
  • Two other Kona candidates are Ivan Rana and Matt Russell, both of them will need good runs (under 2:50?) in order to make up the time they are likely to lose on the bike (Ivan) or swim (Matt).
  • There is a group of strong swim/bikers with Patrick Dirksmeier, Antony Costes and Christian Kramer, but they will also need a solid run if they want to snag a slot.
  • There are more than ten athletes with a realistic chance for a slot – I expect around three minutes between the four athletes getting a slot and maybe five or more athletes missing a slot by just a few minutes.

The Female Race

The female field is a lot smaller than the men’s field, and unfortunately there were some injury-related withdrawals (Anne Haug with lower leg issues, Angela Naeth just had surgery for her broken wrist). In addition, some of the athletes that are still on the start list are unlikely to race (Linsey Corbin and Anja Ippach as a backup for Ireland).  The following graph showing how the female race might unfold is based on this “reduced” field:

The smaller number of female Pros results very likely in two Kona Pro slots. I think there is going to be a really interesting race – both for the win and for the Kona slots – with an interesting dynamic and a lot of lead changes:

  • Sarah True is the best swimmer in the female field – and nominally the strongest runner. On paper, she can put more than 15 minutes into the rest of the field and it’s probably okay if she loses a few minutes to the fast bikers. However, Sarah has shown in Kona that she is also able to bike more aggressively and still run well. But of course her main focus will be on securing a Kona slot after her recent DNF at IM Cairns.
  • There are two athletes that I expect to ride to the front of the race on the bike: Daniela Bleymehl and Kim Morrison have similar swim and bike capabilities (less than a minute apart in each of the legs) and might even form a mini “lead group” when Daniela steps up her games as she’s hinted at last year and in the first part of the season. They should be able to make up their deficit of around four minutes to Sarah in the first loop of the bike. Things should shuffle around a bit on the run, and it’ll be interesting to see who is able to improve on previous run times. I expect the order of athletes to settle in the second of four run loops but we’ve seen some late explosions in Frankfurt so the race will be interesting until the finish line.
  • Another athlete that should have a strong bike leg is Jen Annett, and the best bike leg will be posted either by her, Daniela or Kim. Jen’s swim will determine if she is has a chance to make her way to the front, nominally she should be four to five minutes behind Daniela and Kim in T1. On the run, she might close the gap to Kim and grab the last spot on the podium – and probably Kona slot as well.
  • Among the other athletes, Skye Moench is not going to be too far behind the Top 3, on a good day she might be able to put herself in contention for a Kona slot. Skye was seventh last year in Frankfurt but has already shown a solid improvement with her sub-9 finish in Arizona last November.
  • Lenny Ramsey and Saleta Castro are two of the strongest runners in the field, both are able to run just over 3 hours in Frankfurt. But they are probably going to fall back too far on the bike – unless they manage to improve their bike leg over previous races and ride under 5 hours.
  • Then there are also a number of interesting “Iron Rookies” that have done well in 70.3 racing: Sarah Lewis (most recently a third place at 70.3 Dubai in February, only behind Holly Lawrence and Anne Haug), Amelia Watkinson (lots of 70.3 wins in 2016 and 2017 before dealing with an injury that she seems fully recovered from) or Imogen Simmonds (sixth at 70.3 Worlds 2018 and winner of 70.3 Luxembourg in June with a gap of seven minutes). Based on their 70.3 results, all of them have the potential for a finish somewhere around 9:10 and could be in the run for a podium finish and a likely Kona slot.

Hopefully the nuances of the racing are going to be picked up in the live coverage of the race. I’m looking forward to an awesome day of fascinating racing!

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Ironman Austria 2019 (July 7th) – Seedings

Previous Winners

Year Male Winner Time Female Winner Time
2005 Raynard Tissink (ZAF) 08:14:37 Katherine Allen (AUT) 09:07:04
2006 Marino Vanhoenacker (BEL) 08:07:59 Rebecca Preston (AUS) 09:12:09
2007 Marino Vanhoenacker (BEL) 08:06:39 Edith Niederfriniger (ITA) 09:08:45
2008 Marino Vanhoenacker (BEL) 08:06:11 Sandra Wallenhorst (GER) 08:47:26
2009 Marino Vanhoenacker (BEL) 08:01:38 Bella Bayliss (GBR) 08:50:13
2010 Marino Vanhoenacker (BEL) 07:52:05 Eva Dollinger (AUT) 09:18:50
2011 Marino Vanhoenacker (BEL) 07:45:58 Mary Beth Ellis (USA) 08:43:34
2012 Faris Al-Sultan (GER) 08:11:31 Linsey Corbin (USA) 09:09:58
2013 Andreas Raelert (GER) 07:59:51 Erika Csomor (HUN) 08:59:31
2014 Ivan Rana (ESP) 07:48:43 Linsey Corbin (USA) 08:42:42
2015 Marino Vanhoenacker (BEL) 07:48:45 Eva Wutti (AUT) 08:45:37
2016 Marino Vanhoenacker (BEL) 08:04:18 Mirinda Carfrae (AUS) 08:41:17
2017 Jan Frodeno (GER) 07:57:20 Eva Wutti (AUT) 09:06:25
2018 Michael Weiss (AUT) 08:04:46 Mareen Hufe (GER) 09:00:32

Last Race’s TOP 3

The full results analysis from last year’s race can be found here.

Male Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Michael Weiss AUT 00:52:04 04:16:09 02:51:39 08:04:46
2 Ivan Tutukin RUS 00:48:40 04:39:35 02:40:00 08:13:21
3 Andy Potts USA 00:47:04 04:33:13 02:49:28 08:14:25

Female Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Mareen Hufe GER 00:55:43 04:47:26 03:12:07 09:00:32
2 Lisa Huetthaler AUT 00:55:49 04:47:30 03:13:08 09:01:47
3 Emma Pallant GBR 00:55:39 04:51:52 03:11:32 09:03:59

Course Records

Leg Gender Record Athlete Date
Total overall 07:45:58 Marino Vanhoenacker 2011-07-03
Swim overall 00:42:54 Bart Colpaert 2013-06-30
Bike overall 04:11:47 Marino Vanhoenacker 2015-06-28
Run overall 02:39:24 Marino Vanhoenacker 2011-07-03
Total female 08:41:17 Mirinda Carfrae 2016-06-26
Swim female 00:45:51 Simone Braendli 2014-06-29
Bike female 04:43:50 Diana Riesler 2011-07-03
Run female 02:49:06 Mirinda Carfrae 2016-06-26

Course Rating

The Course Rating for IM Austria is 19:26.

This year there will be a new bike course, the old two loop course is replaced by one large 180k loop.

Race Adjustments for IM Austria

Year Adjustment Swim Adj. Bike Adj. Run Adj. # of Finishers Rating Swim Rating Bike Rating Run Rating
2005 26:39 03:33 20:52 02:14 34 26:39 03:33 20:52 02:14
2006 24:19 04:18 14:15 05:47 39 25:29 03:55 17:33 04:01
2007 20:16 03:24 15:44 01:09 32 23:45 03:45 16:57 03:04
2008 28:01 03:12 17:51 06:59 39 24:49 03:36 17:10 04:03
2009 23:47 02:04 17:52 03:52 37 24:36 03:18 17:18 04:00
2010 19:28 01:50 14:46 02:52 36 23:45 03:03 16:53 03:49
2011 27:46 02:17 16:40 08:50 31 24:19 02:57 16:51 04:32
2012 07:02 -03:06 12:41 -02:33 30 22:10 02:12 16:20 03:39
2013 25:31 05:52 13:27 06:13 60 22:32 02:36 16:01 03:56
2014 20:50 03:10 11:21 06:19 56 of 65 22:22 02:40 15:33 04:10
2015 18:26 02:33 10:54 04:59 32 of 46 22:01 02:39 15:07 04:15
2016 13:56 -03:27 11:41 05:43 40 of 51 21:20 02:09 14:50 04:22
2017 09:58 -00:34 07:11 03:22 39 of 46 20:28 01:56 14:15 04:17
2018 06:03 00:49 04:13 01:01 42 of 53 19:26 01:51 13:32 04:03

Kona slots and Prize Money

IM Austria has 1m+1f Pro Kona slot(s). It has a total prize purse of 40.000 US$, paying 6 deep.

Male Race Participants

The strength of the field is 28% of a typical Kona field.

# Bib Name Nat Expected Rating ESwim EBike ET2 ERun Consistency Overall
1 2 Ivan Tutukin RUS 07:59:18 08:22:42 00:47:27 04:29:59 05:22:25 02:36:53 37% +0% -63% (5) (25)
2 32 Jaroslav Kovacic SLO 08:00:25 08:33:40 00:47:10 04:22:17 05:14:27 02:45:58 22% +36% -41% (8) 57
3 4 David Plese (KQ) * SLO 08:06:03 08:25:15 00:50:28 04:21:31 05:16:59 02:49:04 89% +4% -7% (29) 32
4 3 Ivan Rana * ESP 08:07:35 08:32:25 00:46:20 04:29:19 05:20:38 02:46:57 66% +1% -33% (19) 54
5 42 Matthew Russell * USA 08:08:39 08:27:52 00:52:49 04:21:14 05:19:03 02:49:36 49% +26% -25% (49) 41
6 8 Andreas Giglmayr AUT 08:09:42 08:53:54 00:45:38 04:17:41 05:08:20 03:01:22 10% +0% -90% (3) (128)
7 33 Kristian Hoegenhaug DEN 08:10:39 08:38:03 00:52:31 04:18:39 05:16:10 02:54:29 72% +0% -28% (4) 74
8 43 Marc Duelsen * GER 08:12:28 08:36:01 00:49:38 04:25:57 05:20:34 02:51:54 72% +0% -28% (13) 63
9 40 Antony Costes * FRA 08:12:57 08:44:19 00:46:42 04:20:44 05:12:27 03:00:30 31% +36% -33% (11) 93
10 7 Johann Ackermann GER 08:15:13 08:40:04 00:46:36 04:21:25 05:13:01 03:02:12 65% +0% -35% (12) 79
11 5 Lukasz Wojt GER 08:17:14 08:42:02 00:43:50 04:18:55 05:07:45 03:09:29 100% +0% -0% (2) 87
12 6 Mark Bowstead NZL 08:17:51 08:40:18 00:46:56 04:25:23 05:17:19 03:00:32 79% +0% -21% (9) 81
13 35 Michael Ruenz * GER 08:19:48 08:51:39 00:53:05 04:31:28 05:29:33 02:50:15 39% +12% -49% (17) 117
14 17 Bas Diederen * NED 08:19:58 08:35:35 00:46:59 04:25:04 05:17:03 03:02:55 51% +3% -46% (22) (62)
15 14 Pedro Jose Andujar ESP 08:20:00 08:51:44 00:53:38 04:28:25 05:27:02 02:52:58 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (118)
16 34 Anton Blokhin BLR 08:23:35 08:56:06 00:49:13 04:30:39 05:24:52 02:58:43 58% +13% -29% (26) 136
17 16 Trevor Delsaut * FRA 08:25:14 08:59:34 00:50:46 04:35:34 05:31:21 02:53:53 20% +11% -69% (31) (143)
18 13 Markus Liebelt GER 08:26:01 08:55:18 00:50:59 04:26:41 05:22:39 03:03:22 40% +0% -60% (5) (133)
19 9 Paul Reitmayr AUT 08:29:21 09:05:45 00:47:45 04:25:41 05:18:27 03:10:54 14% +0% -86% (3) (167)
20 12 Daniel Niederreiter AUT 08:32:15 09:00:11 00:50:47 04:32:35 05:28:22 03:03:53 48% +0% -52% (18) (149)
21 21 Stenn Goetstouwers BEL 08:37:35 09:10:25 00:46:52 04:29:16 05:21:08 03:16:27 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (180)
22 36 David Hanko * HUN 08:40:00 09:08:10 00:47:21 04:36:17 05:28:38 03:11:22 27% +31% -41% (3) 173
23 10 Paul Ruttmann AUT 08:51:17 09:25:00 00:53:11 04:35:35 05:33:46 03:17:31 0% +0% -100% (2) (217)
24 11 Christoph Schlagbauer AUT 09:01:51 10:02:40 00:55:48 04:45:58 05:46:46 03:15:05 11% +20% -69% (4) (255)
25 19 Olivier Esser BEL 09:03:17 09:26:52 00:52:35 04:50:05 05:47:40 03:15:37 82% +0% -18% (5) 220
26 38 David Jilek * CZE 09:06:36 09:35:06 00:55:51 04:46:21 05:47:13 03:19:23 84% +9% -6% (9) 236
27 22 Oliver Gonzalez Miranda MEX 09:10:34 09:34:57 00:49:58 05:06:49 06:01:47 03:08:47 100% +0% -0% (9) 235
28 15 Anthony Cadario FRA 09:14:52 09:44:28 00:55:08 05:00:42 06:00:51 03:14:01 100% +0% -0% (2) (245)
29 29 Lukas Polan * CZE 09:18:11 09:53:51 00:58:57 04:59:13 06:03:10 03:15:01 50% +13% -36% (17) (249)
30 41 Ohad Sinai ISR 09:28:14 10:02:54 00:58:34 05:00:58 06:04:32 03:23:42 69% +31% -0% (4) 256
31 25 Markus Mlinar AUT 09:46:56 10:22:15 00:56:49 04:52:37 05:54:26 03:52:30 15% +0% -85% (4) (262)
32 18 Alain Djouad-Guibert MOR 10:10:36 10:42:24 01:06:01 05:00:38 06:11:39 03:58:57 28% +13% -59% (7) (265)
33 31 Michal Volejnik CZE 10:46:35 11:34:30 01:02:17 05:12:41 06:19:57 04:26:38 38% +0% -62% (2) (268)
34 30 Josef Svoboda CZE 10:47:36 11:48:54 01:11:08 05:31:08 06:47:15 04:00:21 23% +30% -46% (21) 268
35 27 Marek Nemcik * SVK 10:53:06 12:01:00 01:08:57 05:23:34 06:37:31 04:15:35 39% +15% -47% (51) 269
20 Romain Garcin * FRA n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated 0% +0% -100% (3) (n/a)
23 Maximilian Hammerle AUT n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
24 Florian Kandutsch AUT n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
26 Peter Muellner AUT n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
37 Alexander Gräf AUT n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
39 Daniel Baekkegard DEN n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)

Note: Athletes with a ‘*’ are also registered for another race within 8 days.

Female Race Participants

The strength of the field is 8% of a typical Kona field.

# Bib Name Nat Expected Rating ESwim EBike ET2 ERun Consistency Overall
1 61 Daniela Ryf (KQ) SUI 08:26:29 08:35:36 00:51:12 04:35:31 05:31:43 02:54:46 81% +15% -5% (15) 1
2 62 Bianca Steurer AUT 09:15:59 09:39:49 00:55:59 04:58:41 05:59:40 03:16:19 76% +24% -0% (10) 56
3 69 Meredith Hill AUS 09:16:35 09:51:54 00:57:27 04:53:27 05:55:54 03:20:41 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (79)
4 65 Heini Hartikainen FIN 09:33:32 10:09:56 01:03:20 04:53:15 06:01:34 03:31:58 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (96)
5 64 Anna Eberhardt HUN 09:39:05 10:06:57 01:06:54 05:06:16 06:18:10 03:20:55 76% +8% -15% (4) 90
6 66 Anne Basso * FRA 09:47:59 10:27:17 00:55:38 05:16:26 06:17:04 03:30:55 28% +2% -70% (22) 115
7 70 Anna Michelle Derron SUI 09:49:56 10:27:22 00:55:20 05:14:48 06:15:08 03:34:48 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (116)
8 67 Zeljka Saban CRO 10:04:30 10:48:35 00:54:19 05:25:25 06:24:45 03:39:45 11% +89% -0% (5) 128
9 71 Francesca Sanjana GBR 10:25:22 11:11:43 01:04:16 05:27:06 06:36:22 03:49:00 39% +0% -61% (2) (135)

Note: Athletes with a ‘*’ are also registered for another race within 8 days.

Winning Odds

Male Race Participants

  • Jaroslav Kovacic: 38% (2-1)
  • Ivan Tutukin: 27% (3-1)
  • David Plese: 14% (6-1)
  • Matthew Russell: 6% (16-1)
  • Antony Costes: 6% (16-1)
  • Ivan Rana: 5% (19-1)

Female Race Participants

  • Daniela Ryf: 86% (1-1)
  • Bianca Steurer: 11% (8-1)
  • Meredith Hill: 2% (64-1)
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Challenge Roth 2019 (July 7th) – Seedings

RothLogo Updates:

  • June 25th: There have been a few withdrawals and additions.

Previous Winners

Year Male Winner Time Female Winner Time
2005 Chris McCormack (AUS) 07:58:45 Belinda Granger (AUS) 09:14:06
2006 Chris McCormack (AUS) 08:00:52 Joanna Lawn (NZL) 09:01:17
2007 Chris McCormack (AUS) 07:54:23 Yvonne Van Vlerken (NED) 08:51:55
2008 Patrick Vernay (NCL) 08:09:34 Yvonne Van Vlerken (NED) 08:45:48
2009 Michael Goehner (GER) 07:55:53 Chrissie Wellington (GBR) 08:31:59
2010 Rasmus Henning (DEN) 07:52:36 Chrissie Wellington (GBR) 08:19:13
2011 Andreas Raelert (GER) 07:41:33 Chrissie Wellington (GBR) 08:18:13
2012 James Cunnama (ZAF) 07:59:59 Rachel Joyce (GBR) 08:45:04
2013 Dirk Bockel (LUX) 07:52:01 Caroline Steffen (SUI) 08:40:35
2014 Timo Bracht (GER) 07:56:00 Mirinda Carfrae (AUS) 08:38:53
2015 Nils Frommhold (GER) 07:51:28 Yvonne Van Vlerken (NED) 08:50:53
2016 Jan Frodeno (GER) 07:35:39 Daniela Ryf (SUI) 08:22:04
2017 Bart Aernouts (BEL) 07:59:07 Daniela Ryf (SUI) 08:40:03
2018 Sebastian Kienle (GER) 07:46:23 Daniela Bleymehl (GER) 08:43:42

Last Race’s TOP 3

The full results analysis from last year’s race can be found here.

Male Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Sebastian Kienle GER 00:47:59 04:07:29 02:47:45 07:46:23
2 Andreas Dreitz GER 00:47:50 04:11:47 02:50:20 07:53:06
3 Jesse Thomas USA 00:47:51 04:19:04 02:44:52 07:54:38

Female Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Daniela Bleymehl GER 00:54:43 04:41:44 03:04:10 08:43:42
2 Lucy Charles-Barclay GBR 00:46:48 04:45:47 03:08:04 08:43:51
3 Kaisa Sali FIN 00:56:26 04:47:04 03:00:04 08:46:49

Course Records

Leg Gender Record Athlete Date
Total overall 07:35:39 Jan Frodeno 2016-07-17
Swim overall 00:43:35 Michael Pruefert 1997-07-13
Bike overall 04:05:37 Cameron Wurf 2018-07-01
Run overall 02:36:49 Luc Van Lierde 1997-07-13
Total female 08:18:13 Chrissie Wellington 2011-07-10
Swim female 00:46:48 Lucy Charles-Barclay 2018-07-01
Bike female 04:31:29 Daniela Ryf 2016-07-17
Run female 02:44:35 Chrissie Wellington 2011-07-10

Course Rating

The Course Rating for Challenge Roth is 20:42.

Race Adjustments for Challenge Roth

Year Adjustment Swim Adj. Bike Adj. Run Adj. # of Finishers Rating Swim Rating Bike Rating Run Rating
2005 23:15 01:13 12:48 09:15 28 23:15 01:13 12:48 09:15
2006 18:52 02:11 10:48 05:54 41 21:04 01:42 11:48 07:34
2007 29:56 02:11 16:35 11:11 35 24:01 01:51 13:24 08:47
2008 25:59 03:10 12:13 10:36 40 24:31 02:11 13:06 09:14
2009 29:11 02:58 19:24 06:49 43 25:27 02:20 14:22 08:45
2010 20:31 01:55 11:13 07:23 43 24:37 02:16 13:50 08:32
2011 24:18 02:02 16:54 05:21 38 24:35 02:14 14:16 08:05
2012 14:09 02:45 06:58 04:27 50 23:16 02:18 13:21 07:37
2013 22:46 01:17 16:21 05:08 41 23:13 02:11 13:41 07:21
2014 08:34 00:02 12:32 -04:00 37 21:45 01:58 13:34 06:13
2015 19:21 01:41 12:55 04:45 44 of 56 21:32 01:57 13:30 06:05
2016 19:23 01:14 15:58 02:11 39 of 43 21:21 01:53 13:43 05:46
2017 14:36 -00:02 13:33 01:05 38 of 53 20:50 01:44 13:42 05:24
2018 19:03 01:40 12:46 04:37 31 of 39 20:42 01:44 13:38 05:21

Prize Money

Challenge Roth has a total prize purse of 62.000 EUR, paying 10 deep.

Male Race Participants

The strength of the field is 53% of a typical Kona field.

# Bib Name Nat Expected Rating ESwim EBike ET2 ERun Consistency Overall
1 3 Andi Boecherer (KQ) GER 07:51:28 08:10:38 00:46:06 04:13:02 05:04:08 02:47:20 54% +18% -28% (17) 5
2 12 Cody Beals (KQ) CAN 07:52:02 08:23:13 00:48:28 04:14:57 05:08:26 02:43:36 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (26)
3 4 Ben Hoffman (KQ) USA 07:52:11 08:13:30 00:46:55 04:15:51 05:07:46 02:44:25 34% +37% -30% (21) 7
4 6 Braden Currie (KQ) * NZL 07:54:27 08:15:54 00:45:58 04:20:34 05:11:32 02:42:55 62% +19% -19% (9) 8
5 1 Bart Aernouts (KQ) BEL 07:55:23 08:16:26 00:50:42 04:19:52 05:15:35 02:39:48 71% +24% -5% (14) 10
6 2 Andreas Dreitz (KQ) GER 07:56:04 08:19:11 00:47:43 04:12:04 05:04:48 02:51:16 70% +0% -30% (4) 12
7 10 David McNamee (KQ) GBR 07:59:03 08:20:02 00:46:32 04:25:45 05:17:16 02:41:47 41% +39% -21% (9) 16
8 5 Cameron Wurf (KQ) * AUS 07:59:29 08:21:11 00:49:04 04:07:56 05:02:00 02:57:29 81% +15% -4% (18) 19
9 8 Andy Potts (KQ) USA 08:01:15 08:20:07 00:46:22 04:21:32 05:12:54 02:48:21 97% +3% -0% (21) 17
10 28 Jesper Svensson (KQ) SWE 08:04:16 08:31:08 00:45:10 04:21:53 05:12:02 02:52:14 66% +0% -34% (3) (51)
11 15 Clemente Alonso McKernan (KQ) ESP 08:04:25 08:22:18 00:46:57 04:25:29 05:17:26 02:46:59 56% +3% -41% (18) 24
12 7 Evert Scheltinga NED 08:07:02 08:34:12 00:47:36 04:20:52 05:13:27 02:53:35 78% +0% -22% (8) 58
13 14 Matthew Russell * USA 08:07:28 08:27:52 00:52:56 04:21:08 05:19:04 02:48:24 49% +26% -25% (49) 41
14 9 Lukas Kraemer (KQ) GER 08:08:57 08:36:05 00:52:15 04:25:23 05:22:38 02:46:19 100% +0% -0% (3) (64)
15 13 Alessandro Degasperi ITA 08:11:53 08:30:36 00:48:55 04:29:41 05:23:36 02:48:17 58% +0% -42% (17) 49
16 47 Jens Petersen-Bach DEN 08:16:48 08:42:33 00:49:32 04:34:05 05:28:37 02:48:11 48% +7% -45% (25) 88
17 22 Markus Hoermann GER 08:17:12 08:58:02 00:50:58 04:26:20 05:22:17 02:54:55 38% +0% -62% (2) (141)
18 23 Daniil Sapunov (KQ) UKR 08:19:00 08:46:29 00:47:12 04:33:17 05:25:29 02:53:31 55% +18% -27% (13) 101
19 11 Christian Altstadt GER 08:21:40 08:48:31 00:51:59 04:27:50 05:24:49 02:56:51 79% +0% -21% (5) 109
20 27 Erik-Simon Strijk NED 08:25:53 08:52:05 00:51:32 04:32:12 05:28:44 02:57:09 72% +1% -27% (12) 120
21 20 Johannes Moldan GER 08:31:53 09:11:09 00:49:29 04:27:18 05:21:48 03:10:05 11% +0% -89% (2) (183)
22 29 Bernd Hagen GER 08:35:11 09:04:59 00:54:39 04:40:34 05:40:13 02:54:58 87% +13% -0% (13) (166)
23 33 Guy Crawford NZL 08:37:24 09:10:21 00:48:29 04:26:01 05:19:30 03:17:54 43% +25% -32% (16) (180)
24 25 Simon Billeau FRA 08:38:17 08:58:28 00:53:51 04:27:38 05:26:30 03:11:47 62% +0% -38% (20) 141
25 34 Pete Dyson GBR 08:38:38 09:12:54 00:55:23 04:31:56 05:32:19 03:06:19 58% +0% -42% (2) (186)
26 31 Simon Schwarz GER 08:39:48 09:16:59 00:52:35 04:39:00 05:36:35 03:03:13 37% +0% -63% (2) (201)
27 19 Marcus Woellner GER 08:41:41 09:29:02 00:47:35 04:28:21 05:20:56 03:20:45 38% +62% -0% (2) (225)
28 36 Vicenc Castella Serra * ESP 08:43:05 09:06:44 00:55:38 04:46:22 05:46:59 02:56:06 100% +0% -0% (3) 169
29 44 Luiz Feliz ESP 08:47:42 09:22:34 01:01:07 04:36:37 05:42:44 03:04:58 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (212)
30 39 Carson Christen USA 08:48:48 09:23:44 00:50:57 04:44:42 05:40:39 03:08:09 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (215)
31 43 Thomas Naasz NED 08:53:43 09:22:38 00:55:40 04:48:43 05:49:23 03:04:20 87% +13% -0% (8) (212)
32 16 Benjamin Pernet FRA 08:55:11 09:30:33 00:48:29 04:40:53 05:34:22 03:20:49 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (228)
33 40 Douglas MacLean USA 08:56:31 09:21:32 00:56:59 04:51:23 05:53:23 03:03:08 98% +2% -0% (18) (210)
34 48 Evgeniy Nikitin RUS 09:18:22 10:21:19 00:50:00 05:04:48 05:59:49 03:18:33 8% +19% -73% (6) (262)
17 David Sharman GBR n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
18 Alexander Siegmund GER n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
21 Christian Stoerzer GER n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
24 Juan Bautista Nadal Clar ESP n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
26 Matthias Raeke AUT n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
30 Pat Redner USA n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
32 Thomas Geiger GER n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
35 Arnaud Selukov FRA n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
37 James Elgar GBR n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
38 Michael Kalb GER n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
41 Rodrigo Romero Garcia de la Cadena MEX n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
42 Jef Van Meirhaeghe BEL n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
45 Alexander Bechtel GER n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
46 Markus May GER n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
49 Lukas Slatinsky CZE n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)

Note: Athletes with a ‘*’ are also registered for another race within 8 days.

Female Race Participants

The strength of the field is 18% of a typical Kona field.

# Bib Name Nat Expected Rating ESwim EBike ET2 ERun Consistency Overall
1 100 Lucy Charles-Barclay (KQ) GBR 08:38:15 09:01:24 00:46:05 04:44:20 05:35:25 03:02:50 48% +52% -0% (6) 2
2 101 Sarah Crowley (KQ) AUS 08:43:13 09:06:57 00:51:14 04:44:44 05:40:58 03:02:15 56% +44% -0% (9) 6
3 102 Laura Siddall (KQ) GBR 08:50:40 09:15:41 00:56:09 04:46:32 05:47:41 03:02:59 86% +12% -2% (20) 15
4 104 Lisa Roberts USA 09:03:31 09:24:18 01:02:27 05:00:10 06:07:37 02:55:54 90% +2% -9% (27) 28
Carolin Lehrieder GER 09:07:42 09:39:44 00:53:53 04:53:54 05:52:47 03:14:55 22% +22% -56% (15) 53
Els Visser (KQ) NED 09:08:04 09:42:58 00:56:15 04:49:54 05:51:09 03:16:55 55% +45% -0% (5) 58
5 103 Rachel McBride CAN 09:17:25 09:38:44 00:51:29 04:55:14 05:51:44 03:25:41 100% +0% -0% (7) 53
6 114 Simona Krivankova * CZE 09:21:43 09:51:12 01:03:57 05:02:37 06:11:34 03:10:09 94% +6% -0% (9) 75
7 108 Lina-Kristin Schink GER 09:30:11 10:08:25 01:06:16 05:05:30 06:16:45 03:13:26 31% +26% -42% (13) 91
8 113 Antonina Reznikov ISR 09:49:01 10:18:02 01:09:55 05:12:29 06:27:24 03:21:37 100% +0% -0% (2) 109
9 115 Kate Bevilaqua AUS 09:49:02 10:18:17 00:54:45 05:12:53 06:12:38 03:36:24 29% +3% -68% (31) (110)
10 106 Vanessa Pereira POR 09:49:46 10:32:53 01:00:25 05:19:14 06:24:39 03:25:07 35% +0% -65% (16) 122
11 112 Kristin Lie NOR 09:55:14 10:32:45 01:09:18 05:11:25 06:25:43 03:29:31 63% +1% -37% (17) (121)
105 Gemma Frost GBR n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
107 Julia Ertmer GER n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
109 Elena Illeditsch GER n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
110 Agnieszka Jerzyk POL n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
111 Tara Grosvenor GBR n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
116 Alysha Krall USA n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
117 Elisabetta Curridori ITA n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)

Note: Athletes with a ‘*’ are also registered for another race within 8 days.

Winning Odds

Male Race Participants

  • Ben Hoffman: 33% (2-1)
  • Bart Aernouts: 25% (3-1)
  • Andi Boecherer: 12% (7-1)
  • Braden Currie: 10% (9-1)
  • Cameron Wurf: 9% (10-1)
  • Andreas Dreitz: 5% (20-1)
  • David McNamee: 3% (32-1)
  • Cody Beals: 2% (56-1)

Female Race Participants

  • Lucy Charles-Barclay: 57% (1-1)
  • Sarah Crowley: 33% (2-1)
  • Laura Siddall: 9% (10-1)
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Ironman Germany 2019 (June 30th) – Seedings

IMGermanyLogoUpdates:

  • June 22nd: Updated the bike and overall times since the bike course is going to be 185k again this year.
  • June 17th: Angela Naeth has had surgery for her broken wrist and will need some more time for recovery.
  • June 14th: Anne Haug has announced that an injury hasn’t healed in time for a start in Frankfurt. I have crossed her out and also Chris Leiferman and Johann Ackermann who are dealing with long term issues.

Previous Winners

Year Male Winner Time Female Winner Time
2005 Normann Stadler (GER) 08:20:50 Lisa Bentley (CAN) 09:15:31
2006 Cameron Brown (NZL) 08:13:40 Andrea Steinbecher (GER) 09:16:17
2007 Timo Bracht (GER) 08:09:15 Nicole Leder (GER) 09:04:11
2008 Chris McCormack (AUS) 07:59:55 Chrissie Wellington (GBR) 08:51:24
2009 Timo Bracht (GER) 07:59:15 Sandra Wallenhorst (GER) 08:58:08
2010 Andreas Raelert (GER) 08:05:15 Sandra Wallenhorst (GER) 09:04:27
2011 Faris Al-Sultan (GER) 08:13:50 Caroline Steffen (SUI) 09:12:13
2012 Marino Vanhoenacker (BEL) 08:03:31 Caroline Steffen (SUI) 08:52:33
2013 Eneko Llanos (ESP) 07:59:58 Camilla Pedersen (DEN) 08:56:01
2014 Sebastian Kienle (GER) 07:55:14 Corinne Abraham (GBR) 08:52:40
2015 Jan Frodeno (GER) 07:49:48 Daniela Ryf (SUI) 08:51:00
2016 Sebastian Kienle (GER) 07:52:43 Melissa Hauschildt (AUS) 09:01:17
2017 Sebastian Kienle (GER) 07:41:42 Sarah Crowley (AUS) 08:47:58
2018 Jan Frodeno (GER) 08:00:58 Daniela Ryf (SUI) 08:38:44

Last Race’s TOP 3

The full results analysis from last year’s race can be found here.

Male Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Jan Frodeno GER 00:48:42 04:28:36 02:39:06 08:00:58
2 Patrik Nilsson SWE 00:48:46 04:28:45 02:46:02 08:08:15
3 Patrick Lange GER 00:48:43 04:29:01 02:47:15 08:09:26

Female Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Daniela Ryf SUI 00:53:11 04:40:55 02:58:53 08:38:44
2 Sarah True USA 00:53:09 05:10:56 02:54:58 09:05:19
3 Sarah Crowley AUS 00:55:35 05:05:37 03:04:36 09:11:31

Course Records

Leg Gender Record Athlete Date
Total overall 07:49:48 Jan Frodeno 2015-07-05
Swim overall 00:42:17 Jan Sibbersen 2004-07-12
Bike overall 04:08:43 Jan Frodeno 2015-07-05
Run overall 02:39:06 Jan Frodeno 2018-07-08
Total female 08:38:44 Daniela Ryf 2018-07-08
Swim female 00:45:04 Amanda Stevens 2012-07-08
Bike female 04:40:55 Daniela Ryf 2018-07-08
Run female 02:54:58 Sarah True 2018-07-08

Course Rating

The Course Rating for IM Germany is 14:27.

Race Adjustments for IM Germany

Year Adjustment Swim Adj. Bike Adj. Run Adj. # of Finishers Rating Swim Rating Bike Rating Run Rating
2005 06:40 01:34 08:48 -03:42 21 06:40 01:34 08:48 -03:42
2006 14:02 n/a n/a n/a 21 10:21 01:57 10:45 -02:21
2007 27:36 02:33 17:51 07:12 35 16:06 01:57 12:46 01:23
2008 30:17 05:44 15:07 09:26 21 of 28 19:39 03:06 12:54 03:39
2009 22:49 03:51 17:29 01:29 19 of 25 20:17 03:16 13:58 03:03
2010 11:32 01:41 07:43 02:08 30 18:49 02:59 12:52 02:58
2011 10:37 02:08 07:19 01:10 41 17:39 02:52 12:03 02:44
2012 12:23 04:27 06:03 01:53 37 16:59 03:06 11:15 02:39
2013 18:02 02:53 10:59 04:10 69 17:06 03:04 11:12 02:50
2014 14:11 02:01 12:36 -00:26 39 of 56 16:49 02:57 11:23 02:29
2015 05:18 00:05 08:43 -03:30 32 of 44 15:46 02:41 11:10 01:56
2016 12:03 -01:49 09:46 04:07 44 of 61 15:27 02:17 11:03 02:08
2017 18:39 -00:26 17:32 01:33 49 of 68 15:14 02:00 11:20 01:55
2018 02:20 -02:04 01:20 03:05 25 of 34 14:27 01:56 10:17 02:15

Kona slots and Prize Money

IM Germany has 2m+2f +2u Pro Kona slot(s). It has a total prize purse of 150.000 US$, paying 10 deep. Both unassigned slots will likely go to the male Pros.

Male Race Participants

The strength of the field is 63% of a typical Kona field. For a description on how the race might unfold, check out this post.

# Bib Name Nat Expected Rating ESwim EBike ET2 ERun Consistency Overall
1 3 Sebastian Kienle (AQ) GER 07:57:37 08:10:23 00:48:27 04:17:11 05:10:38 02:46:59 78% +0% -22% (17) 4
2 2 Jan Frodeno (AQ) GER 07:58:11 08:01:09 00:45:01 04:26:03 05:16:05 02:42:06 69% +14% -17% (10) 2
3 1 Patrick Lange (AQ) GER 08:00:33 07:56:14 00:45:40 04:26:45 05:17:25 02:43:08 100% +0% -0% (4) 1
4 4 Joe Skipper (KQ) GBR 08:14:09 08:19:28 00:50:06 04:31:52 05:26:58 02:47:11 67% +7% -25% (24) 14
5 8 Franz Loeschke GER 08:19:01 08:36:57 00:46:57 04:38:22 05:30:20 02:48:41 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (69)
6 45 David Plese (KQ) * SLO 08:19:50 08:25:15 00:50:18 04:32:38 05:27:56 02:51:54 89% +4% -7% (29) 32
7 14 Emilio Aguayo Munoz ESP 08:20:18 08:38:32 00:47:10 04:30:51 05:23:02 02:57:16 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (76)
8 9 Ivan Rana * ESP 08:20:59 08:32:25 00:46:23 04:41:24 05:32:47 02:48:12 66% +1% -33% (19) 54
9 51 Matthew Russell * USA 08:21:25 08:27:52 00:52:45 04:32:24 05:30:10 02:51:15 49% +26% -25% (49) 41
10 25 Patrick Dirksmeier GER 08:22:47 08:41:04 00:47:17 04:34:00 05:26:16 02:56:31 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (85)
11 48 Sam Proctor GBR 08:22:57 08:41:03 00:48:24 04:39:51 05:33:15 02:49:42 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (85)
12 39 Christian Kramer GER 08:23:25 08:33:36 00:46:46 04:33:59 05:25:45 02:57:40 63% +24% -13% (24) 56
13 27 Marc Duelsen * GER 08:24:34 08:36:01 00:49:30 04:36:52 05:31:22 02:53:12 72% +0% -28% (13) 63
14 37 Kirill Kotshegarov EST 08:24:55 08:37:10 00:52:11 04:34:21 05:31:32 02:53:23 46% +29% -25% (17) (71)
15 5 Bas Diederen * NED 08:25:19 08:35:35 00:46:37 04:36:53 05:28:30 02:56:49 51% +3% -46% (22) 62
16 11 Antony Costes * FRA 08:25:45 08:44:19 00:46:50 04:33:09 05:24:58 03:00:47 31% +36% -33% (11) 93
17 38 Philipp Koutny SUI 08:25:46 08:35:30 00:48:28 04:34:10 05:27:39 02:58:07 41% +25% -34% (12) 61
18 52 Paul Schuster GER 08:29:19 08:47:55 00:47:33 04:35:07 05:27:41 03:01:38 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (105)
19 50 Michael Ruenz * GER 08:31:42 08:51:39 00:52:53 04:42:20 05:40:13 02:51:29 39% +12% -49% (17) 117
20 56 Andrej Vistica CRO 08:32:53 08:36:36 00:53:16 04:42:08 05:40:24 02:52:29 94% +0% -6% (18) 66
21 33 Christian Haupt GER 08:35:28 08:54:13 00:51:11 04:40:21 05:36:32 02:58:56 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (131)
22 55 Thiago Vinhal BRA 08:35:31 08:41:45 00:47:34 04:49:28 05:42:02 02:53:29 63% +20% -17% (18) 85
23 10 Per Van Vlerken GER 08:36:01 08:44:12 00:47:42 04:41:03 05:33:45 03:02:16 68% +4% -28% (28) 92
24 41 Dylan McNeice NZL 08:36:31 08:43:27 00:44:43 04:42:44 05:32:27 03:04:04 37% +30% -32% (20) 90
25 23 Trevor Delsaut * FRA 08:37:18 08:59:34 00:50:35 04:46:35 05:42:10 02:55:08 20% +11% -69% (31) (143)
26 58 Roman Deisenhofer GER 08:38:26 08:56:42 00:50:14 04:38:11 05:33:25 03:05:01 35% +34% -31% (10) (137)
27 26 Tobias Drachler GER 08:41:02 08:59:58 00:46:58 04:44:34 05:36:32 03:04:30 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (148)
28 22 Gregory Close USA 08:42:11 09:13:31 00:55:09 04:43:05 05:43:14 02:58:57 12% +22% -66% (13) (190)
29 49 Fabian Rahn GER 08:42:11 08:51:03 00:57:49 04:45:23 05:48:12 02:53:59 62% +0% -38% (5) 115
30 7 Michael Raelert GER 08:42:29 08:50:31 00:44:49 04:48:06 05:37:55 03:04:34 86% +0% -14% (5) 114
31 16 Victor Arroyo Bugallo ESP 08:44:28 08:59:54 00:54:54 04:50:41 05:50:36 02:53:52 42% +0% -58% (4) 147
32 17 Daniel Besse SUI 08:48:17 09:06:36 00:46:54 04:52:11 05:44:05 03:04:12 48% +52% -0% (2) (169)
33 42 Philipp Mock GER 08:48:36 09:03:40 00:56:45 04:35:37 05:37:21 03:11:15 100% +0% -0% (3) 161
34 28 Jose Estrangeiro POR 08:50:05 08:58:34 00:47:50 04:52:53 05:45:43 03:04:22 51% +0% -49% (6) 142
35 32 David Hanko * HUN 08:50:10 09:08:10 00:47:11 04:47:28 05:39:40 03:10:30 27% +31% -41% (3) 173
36 15 Lucas Amirault FRA 08:51:36 09:05:20 00:51:15 04:51:40 05:47:54 03:03:42 100% +0% -0% (4) 166
37 34 Kristian Hindkjaer DEN 08:58:12 09:23:48 00:50:56 04:38:58 05:34:55 03:23:17 49% +0% -51% (2) (215)
38 18 Jean-Claude Besse SUI 09:03:40 09:22:25 00:51:31 05:03:10 05:59:40 03:04:00 48% +52% -0% (2) (212)
39 35 Marcus Hultgren SWE 09:10:27 09:28:54 00:55:21 04:55:01 05:55:23 03:15:04 20% +40% -40% (11) 224
40 59 David Jilek * CZE 09:21:57 09:35:06 00:55:50 04:58:18 05:59:08 03:22:49 84% +9% -6% (9) 236
41 31 Sebastian Guhr GER 09:24:45 09:44:53 01:02:42 04:51:56 05:59:38 03:25:07 37% +39% -24% (3) (245)
42 46 Lukas Polan * CZE 09:31:12 09:53:51 00:59:44 05:09:40 06:14:25 03:16:47 50% +13% -36% (17) 249
43 36 Peter Kotland CZE 09:40:01 09:51:45 00:57:11 05:08:26 06:10:37 03:29:24 84% +10% -6% (28) 247
44 53 Kevin Thewes GER 10:30:50 10:53:36 01:07:53 05:22:21 06:35:14 03:55:36 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (266)
45 43 Marek Nemcik * SVK 11:17:33 12:01:00 01:10:05 05:38:58 06:54:03 04:23:30 39% +15% -47% (51) 269
13 Anthony Adam FRA n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
19 Sergio Bolado Noriega ESP n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (1 IM Pro race) (n/a)
20 Steeve Brugiere FRA n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
24 Benjamin Dicke GER n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
29 Patrick Feil GER n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
30 Romain Garcin * FRA n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated 0% +0% -100% (3) (n/a)
44 Lukas Pietrek GER n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
54 Nacho Villarruel ESP n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
57 Aljoscha Willgosch GER n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)

Note: Athletes with a ‘*’ are also registered for another race within 8 days.

Female Race Participants

The strength of the field is 19% of a typical Kona field. For a description on how the race might unfold, check out this post.

# Bib Name Nat Expected Rating ESwim EBike ET2 ERun Consistency Overall
1 117 Sarah True USA 08:56:38 09:08:13 00:49:26 05:07:42 06:02:08 02:54:30 27% +31% -43% (3) (8)
2 111 Linsey Corbin (KQ) * USA 09:08:15 09:14:08 00:55:39 05:04:08 06:04:47 03:03:28 97% +3% -0% (28) 12
3 101 Daniela Bleymehl (KQ) GER 09:08:44 09:18:31 00:54:07 04:56:14 05:55:21 03:13:23 58% +32% -11% (13) 21
4 109 Jen Annett CAN 09:14:19 09:24:32 00:58:51 04:55:42 05:59:33 03:14:46 49% +48% -4% (10) 29
5 113 Kimberley Morrison GBR 09:17:13 09:28:29 00:53:11 04:53:46 05:51:56 03:25:17 100% +0% -0% (3) 40
6 119 Anja Ippach * GER 09:21:44 09:27:35 00:50:57 04:59:30 05:55:27 03:26:17 52% +3% -45% (13) 37
7 105 Skye Moench USA 09:23:57 09:37:44 00:54:03 05:06:13 06:05:16 03:18:41 10% +75% -15% (5) 51
8 114 Lenny Ramsey NED 09:32:56 09:45:51 01:03:16 05:22:00 06:30:16 03:02:40 57% +43% -0% (3) 63
9 108 Saleta Castro Nogueira ESP 09:36:38 09:46:23 00:54:23 05:28:10 06:27:33 03:09:05 71% +24% -5% (18) 65
10 110 Anne Basso * FRA 10:03:23 10:27:17 00:55:34 05:29:53 06:30:27 03:32:56 28% +2% -70% (22) 115
103 Sarah Lewis GBR n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
107 Amelia Watkinson NZL n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
112 Petra Eggenschwiler SUI n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
115 Jade Roberts ZAF n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
116 Imogen Simmonds SUI n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)

Note: Athletes with a ‘*’ are also registered for another race within 8 days.

Winning Odds

Male Race Participants

  • Sebastian Kienle: 40% (2-1)
  • Jan Frodeno: 35% (2-1)
  • Patrick Lange: 22% (4-1)

Female Race Participants

  • Sarah True: 41% (1-1)
  • Daniela Bleymehl: 22% (4-1)
  • Anne Haug: 19% (4-1)
  • Linsey Corbin: 10% (10-1)
  • Angela Naeth: 4% (24-1)
  • Jen Annett: 2% (57-1)
  • Skye Moench: 2% (59-1)
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