Unofficial KPR & 2017 Kona Pro Slot Allocation for August Cutoff

2017 TitlePage Kona Report ThumbHere is my calculation of the KPR at the end of August, deciding the final 10 male and 7 female slots (in addition to the July slots). You’ll always find all Kona Pros in my “Always Up-to-date Kona 2017 Startlist“.

My results are unofficial, the official results will be posted on the Ironman website at http://eu.ironman.com/triathlon/triathlon-rankings/points-system.aspx (but as far as I can tell will show the same data).

There is still going to be some time before all slots have been accepted or maybe rolled down to the next athletes. Athletes with rankings shown in brackets (such as “(11)”) are out of the slot positions and have to hope for a rolldown slot. For now there is some speculation whether Marino Vanhoenacker and Chris McDonald would accept their slots.

Once the field has been finalized, I will work on this year’s version of the Kona Rating Report, looking at the field and each athlete’s chances for a good result. The free report will be released in time before the Kona race, you can already pre-order your copy.

Male KPR Rankings

Rank Name Points
1 Vanhoenacker, Marino 4.555
2 Weiss, Michael 4.430
3 Wiltshire, Harry 3.765
4 Wurf, Cameron 3.485
5 Fachbach, Markus 3.400
6 Molinari, Giulio 3.395
7 Chevrot, Denis 3.390
8 Fox, Michael 3.355
9 Tohara, Kaito 3.330
10 López Diaz, Carlos 3.175
(11) McDonald, Chris 3.048
(12) Llanos, Eneko 2.975
(13) Croneborg, Fredrik 2.820

Female KPR Rankings

Rank Athlete Points
1 Joyce, Rachel 5.880
2 Moeller, Kristin 5.120
3 McCauley, Jocelyn 4.415
4 Holst, Tine 4.295
D? Kessler, Meredith 4.265
5 Chura, Haley 4.180
6 Bartlett, Nikki 4.055
7 Collonge, Jeanne 3.910
(8) Wutti, Eva 3.820
(9) Mack, Danielle 3.820

Nominally, Meredith Kessler would receive a slot but she’s pregnant and so is extremely likely to decline. I assume she will still be asked (and the rolldown procedure to take a while), but Jeanne Collonge should receive a rolldown slot. In case more slots roll down, Eva Wutti would be the next in line, she has the better tie-breaking score than Danielle Mack who has the same number of points.

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Race Posts

For a detailed look at the Kona qualifying situation before the August cutoff, check out my analysis of who’s currently in and who can still make it (Kona Qualifying – One Week Before the August Cutoff). Also have a look at my unofficial calculation of the KPR and the resulting slot assignment here (“Unofficial KPR & 2017 Kona Pro Slot Allocation for July Cutoff“).

Netherlands Aug 6Results
Hamburg Aug 13Results
Regensburg Aug 13Results
Sweden Aug 19Results
Copenhagen Aug 20Seedings
Mt.Tremblant Aug 20Seedings

The following races are after the August cutoff, the Ironman races already offer points for Kona 2018 qualifying:

Penticton Aug 27Seedings
Wales Sep 10Entry List
Wisconsin Sep 10Entry List
Italy Sep 23Entry List
Chattanooga Sep 24Entry List

Click on the race name to get to the post with the latest details about the race. Read more about the types of posts and the data in them here.

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Ironman Sweden 2017 – Analyzing Results

IMSweden_LogoRace Conditions

Conditions in Sweden sounded decent – not too hot or cold, but probably a bit too windy for really fast times. After a new swim course record (Clemente Alonso’s 47:29 was faster than Andy Boecherer’s time from 2012 by more than a minute) Cameron Wurf posted a new bike course – he improved on the 2012 time (when the bike course was likely a bit short) by KJ Danielsson by more than 10 minutes! Clemente’s 8:07 was the second fastest ever in Sweden (after Jan Raphael’s 2012 winning time on what was a different – and likely shorter – course).

Male Race Results

Clemente Alonso was first out of the water, but it took Cameron Wurf only 60k to make up his three minute difference after the swim. Cam then continued to ride faster than everyone else, posted a new bike course record and entered T2 with an eight minute gap to Clemente and Swedish hopeful KJ Danielsson. Cam ran an even marathon pace, but Clemente was slowly eating into his lead. By 30k Clemente surged past Cam, but was never quite able to clearly gap him. Clemente won his first IM since IM Barcelona in 2014 (and a long time dealing with injuries) in front of Cam who was just over a minute behind at the finish. Third place went to Esben Hovgaard who overtook KJ in the last 4k of the run.

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time Diff to exp. Prize Money KPR Points
1 Clemente Alonso McKernan ESP 00:47:29 04:24:55 02:50:23 08:07:48 -05:40 US$ 15,000 2000
2 Cameron Wurf AUS 00:50:20 04:14:27 03:00:38 08:08:58 -19:41 US$ 7,500 1600
3 Esben Hovgaard DEN 00:51:25 04:32:37 02:58:03 08:25:18 -06:56 US$ 5,000 1280
4 Karl-Johan Danielsson SWE 00:50:13 04:23:13 03:12:05 08:28:32 -13:17 US$ 3,250 960
5 Daniil Sapunov UKR 00:47:33 04:41:25 03:01:23 08:34:02 03:33 US$ 2,750 720
6 Andrey Lyatskiy RUS 00:51:26 04:50:30 02:58:51 08:44:16 -02:15 US$ 2,000 540
7 Michael Smith Larsen DEN 00:55:25 04:37:29 03:10:00 08:46:09 04:39 US$ 1,500 405
8 Jonas Oerarbaeck SWE 00:58:43 04:44:01 03:03:01 08:49:21 n/a US$ 1,250 305
9 Pascal Ramali GER 00:58:49 04:30:31 03:16:05 08:49:44 01:02 US$ 1,000 230
10 Marcus Hultgren SWE 00:54:06 04:38:40 03:14:29 08:51:19 -24:14 US$ 750 170
11 Luiz Feliz ESP 01:01:11 04:38:15 03:09:33 08:53:00 n/a 120
12 Mike Schifferle SUI 00:58:59 04:41:01 03:09:43 08:55:16 01:58 85
13 Erik Holmberg SWE 00:51:21 04:32:42 03:29:27 08:56:16 01:11 60
14 Emanuele Ciotti ITA 00:51:23 04:55:25 03:06:43 08:58:47 -28:20 40
15 Lukas Polan CZE 00:59:03 05:10:12 03:24:14 09:39:10 06:40 30
16 Marek Nemcik SVK 01:08:45 05:31:20 04:38:43 11:27:57 -03:44 20
Andreas Linden SWE 00:51:20 04:32:41 DNF
Bekim Christensen DEN 00:58:53 04:29:25 DNF
Martin Olsson SWE 01:01:04 04:41:06 DNF
Markus Liebelt GER 00:50:15 DNF
Rasmus Fitzner DEN 00:55:19 DNF

Kona Qualifying Implications

As Sweden is one of the last races before the August cutoff, a few Kona Qualifying decisions have been determined:

  • Cameron Wurf finished second, exactly the minimum result he needed to be secure for a Kona slot. Congratulations!
  • Giulio Molinari and Denis Chevrot were on the start list but decided not to race, but even without adding points this weekend they are also safe for a slot.
  • Esben Hovgaard and Daniil Sapunov were also in the running for a slot, but they finished one rank behind what they would have needed to make it into the bubble. They are now 14th and 17th in the August KPR (before IM Mont Tremblant), so don’t have a chance for a slot without a massive number of rolldowns.
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ITU Long Distance Championships 2017 Penticton (Aug 27th) – Seedings

Penticton_Logo

This year’s venue for ITU Long Distance Championships will be held in Penticton, Canada. The Elite races will be held on August 27th as part of a week-long Multisport festival.

Previous Winners

Year Male Winner Time Female Winner Time
2005 Viktor Zyemtsev (UKR) 05:41:40 Kathleen Smet (BEL) 06:19:06
2006 Torbjorn Sindballe (DEN) 05:59:13 Bella Bayliss (GBR) 06:55:32
2007 Julien Loy (FRA) 03:30:11 Leanda Cave (GBR) 04:04:03
2008 Julien Loy (FRA) 05:43:22 Chrissie Wellington (GBR) 06:12:44
2009 Timothy O’Donnell (USA) 03:48:15 Jodie Cunnama (GBR) 04:07:38
2010 Sylvain Sudrie (FRA) 06:24:57 Caroline Steffen (SUI) 06:55:21
2011 Jordan Rapp (USA) 05:00:15 Rachel Joyce (GBR) 05:34:15
2012 Chris McCormack (AUS) 05:29:47 Caroline Steffen (SUI) 06:04:17
2013 Bertrand Billard (FRA) 04:08:45 Melissa Hauschildt (AUS) 04:42:38
2014 Bertrand Billard (FRA) 05:09:09 Camilla Pedersen (DEN) 05:43:31
2015 Cyril Viennot (FRA) 04:54:33 Mary Beth Ellis (USA) 05:24:25
2016 Sylvain Sudrie (FRA) 05:59:46 Jodie Cunnama (GBR) 06:37:11

The official distance is usually a 4k Swim, 120k Bike and 30k Run, but as you can see from the widely varying finishing times, these distances are often changed (most often the swim is shortened because of cold water temperatures). I have seen conflicting data about this year’s swim – it’s planned to be either 3k or 4k.

Last Year’s TOP 3

Male Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Sylvain Sudrie FRA 00:57:03 02:57:53 02:03:23 05:59:46
2 Cyril Viennot FRA 01:05:07 02:55:00 02:00:01 06:02:11
3 Matt Chrabot USA 01:00:14 03:03:47 02:00:08 06:06:13

Female Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Jodie Cunnama GBR 01:03:31 03:15:50 02:15:52 06:37:11
2 Caroline Steffen SUI 01:05:58 03:17:46 02:19:08 06:44:40
3 Rachel McBride CAN 01:15:34 03:19:48 02:18:07 06:56:05

Male Race Participants

Rank Bib Name Nation Expected Time Exp. Swim Exp. Bike Exp. T2 Exp. Run Overall
1 21 Andy Potts USA 05:48:20 00:49:48 02:55:52 03:50:41 01:57:39 13
2 28 Lionel Sanders CAN 05:49:22 00:57:39 02:51:03 03:53:41 01:55:41 2
3 15 Josh Amberger AUS 05:50:37 00:48:52 02:53:14 03:47:05 02:03:32 39
4 22 Joe Gambles AUS 05:52:37 00:51:33 02:58:04 03:54:37 01:58:00 15
5 2 Cyril Viennot FRA 05:56:13 00:53:31 02:57:58 03:56:28 01:59:45 22
6 24 Peru Alfaro ESP 05:56:21 00:49:52 03:00:54 03:55:45 02:00:36 (400)
7 19 Bertrand Billard FRA 06:00:32 00:53:03 02:56:19 03:54:23 02:06:09 18
8 23 Jeff Symonds CAN 06:00:35 00:53:47 03:04:46 04:03:33 01:57:02 186
9 3 Cody Beals CAN 06:01:17 00:57:46 02:57:58 04:00:44 02:00:33 44
10 26 Ben Collins USA 06:02:31 00:51:25 02:59:10 03:55:36 02:06:55 82
11 1 Sylvain Sudrie FRA 06:02:32 00:52:45 02:59:56 03:57:41 02:04:51 85
12 11 Pablo Dapena Gonzalez ESP 06:04:11 00:52:21 03:06:25 04:03:47 02:00:24 (112)
13 16 Mark Buckingham GBR 06:05:42 00:52:17 03:08:02 04:05:20 02:00:22 (127)
14 17 Francisco Serrano MEX 06:05:49 00:53:06 03:00:41 03:58:47 02:07:02 106
15 5 Paul Ambrose AUS 06:07:34 00:53:48 02:59:02 03:57:51 02:09:43 99
16 7 Nathan Killam CAN 06:10:13 00:58:16 03:00:02 04:03:17 02:06:56 131
17 20 Denis Sketako SLO 06:11:39 00:58:36 03:04:15 04:07:51 02:03:48 303
18 10 Matt Lieto USA 06:12:29 00:55:03 03:02:32 04:02:36 02:09:53 143
19 12 Jordan Bryden CAN 06:17:58 00:52:39 03:08:40 04:06:19 02:11:39 269
20 27 Christopher Bagg USA 06:21:18 00:56:49 03:06:29 04:08:19 02:12:59 316
21 4 Kuniaki Takahama JPN 06:25:03 00:52:25 03:25:54 04:23:19 02:01:44 (363)
22 6 Sebastian Norberg SWE 06:25:56 01:04:06 03:10:08 04:19:13 02:06:43 279
23 18 Philippe Lamberty LUX 06:33:08 00:57:39 03:14:38 04:17:18 02:15:50 382
24 14 Julian Beuchert GER 06:36:49 00:56:09 03:21:28 04:22:36 02:14:13 (439)
25 8 Elmar Heger GER 06:48:25 00:59:42 03:14:12 04:18:54 02:29:31 (n/a)
26 29 Drew Scott USA 06:54:45 00:52:31 02:58:23 03:55:54 02:58:51 92

Female Race Participants

Rank Bib Name Nation Expected Time Exp. Swim Exp. Bike Exp. T2 Exp. Run Overall
1 41 Kaisa Sali FIN 06:27:28 00:58:48 03:16:09 04:19:57 02:07:31 12
2 42 Melissa Hauschildt AUS 06:27:53 00:59:09 03:16:06 04:20:16 02:07:37 5
3 46 Sarah Crowley AUS 06:30:49 00:59:21 03:14:27 04:18:48 02:12:01 35
4 32 Camilla Pedersen DEN 06:32:12 00:55:04 03:16:49 04:16:53 02:15:19 16
5 48 Heather Wurtele CAN 06:32:23 00:57:48 03:16:29 04:19:17 02:13:06 3
6 43 Helle Frederiksen DEN 06:33:27 00:56:40 03:18:26 04:20:06 02:13:21 10
7 38 Leanda Cave GBR 06:36:59 00:54:34 03:20:28 04:20:01 02:16:58 33
8 31 Rachel McBride CAN 06:38:25 00:56:45 03:16:45 04:18:31 02:19:54 (51)
9 39 Gurutze Frades Larralde ESP 06:44:05 01:04:04 03:23:59 04:33:03 02:11:02 72
10 45 Jennifer Spieldenner USA 06:45:38 00:56:24 03:26:08 04:27:32 02:18:06 44
11 47 Jen Annett CAN 06:47:12 01:04:52 03:17:52 04:27:44 02:19:28 79
12 37 Melanie McQuaid CAN 06:48:35 01:00:35 03:18:18 04:23:52 02:24:43 148
13 33 Skye Moench USA 06:54:36 01:03:32 03:24:28 04:33:00 02:21:36 100
14 44 Karen Thibodeau CAN 06:55:36 00:57:04 03:30:44 04:32:49 02:22:47 160
15 49 Fawn Whiting CAN 06:55:40 01:05:29 03:30:02 04:40:32 02:15:08 (n/a)
16 40 Kendra Goffredo USA 07:41:26 01:19:30 03:44:11 05:08:41 02:32:45 271
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Kona Qualifying – One Week before the August Cutoff

The race for the Professional Kona slots is almost over: The second and final qualifying period ends on August 20th. The first qualifying period had the majority of slots, but there are another ten slots for the male and seven for female Pros. The final order will be decided in two more Ironman races: The Scandinavian duo of IM Sweden (MPRO) and IM Copenhagen (WPRO), and IM Mont Tremblant. There are also two more 70.3s (70.3 Dublin and 70.3 Indonesia), but as they have fewer points their impact will be smaller, but there are some athletes for whom Dublin can make the difference of qualifying or not. This post looks at the situation before the last races, who’s currently in and who looks to make a jump in the rankings.As soon as the races are over I will post my “Unofficial KPR Rankings and August Slot Assignments”.

Update Aug 15th: Justin Daerr has announced he won’t be racing in Sweden, instead focusing on IM Wisconsin and 2018 qualifying.

Update Aug 16th: A few other athletes have indicated that they won’t be racing IM Sweden.

Update Aug 19th: Situation after the completion of IM Sweden.

Update Aug 20th: Slight update on the men’s side after 70.3 Dublin.

Women

There are seven female slots available this weekend. Meredith Kessler is currently placed in the middle of the qualifying spots, but as she is pregnant she is extremely unlikely to accept her slot. (I assume she will still be asked, so the rolldown procedure might take some time.) Here’s a table of the athletes currently in the qualifying ranks and those that still have a chance to pass Jeanne Collonge who would currently get the last slot:

Rank Athlete Points Races Race Plan Needed
1 Moeller, Kristin 5.120 3+1 (515/435)
2 McCauley, Jocelyn 4.415 3+1 (385/30)
3 Holst, Tine 4.295 3+1 (960/400)
Kessler, Meredith 4.265 3+1 (235/750)  pregnant
4 Chura, Haley 4.180 1+2 (2890/540)
5 Joyce, Rachel 4.100 2+2 (960/220) IM Mont Tremblant 8th
6 Bartlett, Nikki 4.055 3+1 (855/640)
7 Collonge, Jeanne 3.910 3+1 (960/280) IM Copenhagen 3rd
Brown, Brooke 3.445 3+1 (540/345) IM Mont Tremblant 3rd
Tastets, Pamela 3.425 3+1 (855/540) IM Copenhagen 2nd
Roberts, Darbi 2.755 3+0 (215/-) IM Mont Tremblant 2nd
Tisseyre, Magali 2.390 1+2 (685/540) IM Mont Tremblant 2nd

(“Needed” is the minimum result needed for qualifying or improving the total, however it does not assure a slot when others add points as well.)

Here’s my best guess at who is going to receive the August slots:

  • Kristin Moeller and Jocelyn McCauley are safe for a slot – there are just not enough athletes racing that can still overtake them. (Slots #1 and #2)
  • Tine Holst and Haley Chura should also remain in the top qualifying spots, but there is still a chance for others to overtake them. (Slots #3 and #4)
  • Rachel Joyce has indicated that she is going to race IM Mont Tremblant. She only needs an 8th place to improve her position, and she should be able to finally secure a slot. (Slot #5)
  • Slot #6 comes down to Nikki Bartlett or one of the contenders from IM Copenhagen. Given the strong competition in Copenhagen (e.g. Michelle Vesterby and Corinne Abraham) and the requirements to place well, Nikki seems to have the best chances.
  • The last slot (slot #7) should be decided in Mont Tremblant between Brooke Brown, Darbi Roberts and Magali Tisseyre.
The athletes just missing slots will have to hope for a rolldown.

Men

There are ten more male slots available at the end of August. Here’s a table looking at the athletes on the bubble and those that still have a chance to pass Kaito Tohara who is currently in the last qualifying spot:

Rank Athlete Points Races Race Plan Needed
1 Weiss, Michael 4.430 3+1 (720/750)
2 Wiltshire, Harry 3.765 3+1 (305/500)
3 Wurf, Cameron 3.485 3+1 (515/35)
4 Fachbach, Markus 3.400 2+2 (1280/240)
5 Molinari, Giulio 3.395 3+1 (720/750)
6 Chevrot, Denis 3.390 2+2 (720/640)
7 Fox, Michael 3.355 3+1 (405/320)
8 Tohara, Kaito 3.330 3+1 (230/220)
9 López Diaz, Carlos 3.175 3+0 (215/-) 70.3 Dublin (DNS)
10 Llanos, Eneko 2.975 3+1 (340/75) 70.3 Dublin (finished 8th)
11 Croneborg, Fredrik 2.820 1+2 (2000/320) 70.3 Indonesia (DNS?)
Vanhoenacker, Marino 2.555 1+2 (2000/55) IM Mont Tremblant 7th
McDonald, Chris 1.448 2+1 IM Mont Tremblant 2nd

(“Needed” is the minimum result needed for qualifying or improving the total points, however it does not assure a slot when others add points as well.)

Rank Athlete Points Races Race Plan Needed/Actual
 14 Sapunov, Daniil 2.745 3+1 (720/345) IM Sweden 4th – / 5th
 17 Hovgaard, Esben 2.600 3+1 (540/240) IM Sweden 2nd / 3rd
Baldwin, Nick 2.235 3+1 (230/320) IM Sweden 4th / DNS
Daerr, Justin 2.105 2+2 (720/30) IM Sweden 4th / DNS
Lassonde, Cedric 1.305 2+2 (305/100) IM Sweden Win / DNS

Based on the available start lists, here’s my best guess at who is going to receive one of the August slots:

  • Michael Weiss, Harry Wiltshire and Markus Fachbach will remain in the Top 10 (slots #1, #2 and #3).
  • Giulio Molinari, Denis Chevrot and Michael Fox should remain in the qualifying ranks as well, though if they don’t score there is still a relatively small chance for them to fall back too far (slots #4, #5 and #6).
  • The list for Sweden is still “crowded” by athletes unlikely to race there, but I would guess that we will see two athletes placing well there grabbing a slot (slots #7 and #8). Only Cameron Wurf was able to secure a slot at IM Sweden, practically making Kaito Tohara safe.
  • Considering Marino Vanhoenacker is unlikely to accept a slot even if he is well placed, I can only see one slot being assigned in Mont Tremblant – but for that Chris McDonald has to finish second or better so it’s not assured by any means (slot #9).
  • The last slot would then be decided between the two Spanish athletes that might race in Dublin, Carlos Lopez Diaz (just having raced IM Hamburg, probably not racing) and Eneko Llanos – or maybe Kaito Tohara (slot #10).

There are so many different scenarios that it’s still possible for any of the athletes in the above table to get a slot – it’ll be exciting racing on Sunday! As soon as the races are over I will post my “Unofficial KPR Rankings and August slot assignments”.

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Challenge Regensburg 2017 – Analyzing Results

Race Conditions

The main change compared to last year was a new bike course that led to considerably faster times. With the exception of the male swim (Sebastian Weit was 5 seconds quicker last year) and the female run (still a 3:08 marathon by last year’s winner Julia Viellehner) all course record were broken.

Male Race Results

For a long time Sebastian Neef was leading the race, posting the fastest swim and bike times. But last year’s winner Jan Raphael posted a 2:45 marathon course record to successfully defend his title, followed by Sebastian Neef and Chris Fischer.

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time Diff to exp. Prize Money
1 Jan Raphael GER 00:50:05 04:24:19 02:45:12 08:02:32 -12:45 EUR 6,000
2 Sebastian Neef GER 00:50:00 04:13:35 03:04:07 08:10:42 -29:13 EUR 3,900
3 Chris Fischer DEN 00:51:22 04:23:26 02:54:58 08:14:13 -03:18 EUR 2,750
4 Christian Brader GER 00:50:12 04:26:39 02:56:00 08:16:02 -09:08 EUR 1,900
5 Stefan Eichheimer GER 00:55:10 04:26:44 02:56:29 08:22:37 -37:24 EUR 1,500
6 Christian Altstadt GER 00:50:51 04:23:54 03:04:28 08:22:59 n/a EUR 1,200
7 Teemu Lemmettylae FIN 00:55:14 04:29:58 02:55:36 08:25:28 -06:21 EUR 1,000
8 Jacob Frandsen DEN 00:55:14 04:24:35 03:14:14 08:38:22 01:43 EUR 750
9 Thomas Bosch GER 00:55:20 04:34:18 03:06:29 08:40:06 -01:44
10 Lucky Berlage BEL 00:55:09 04:36:04 03:11:42 08:48:20 -04:14
11 Ludovic Le Guellec FRA 00:56:42 05:20:27 03:30:20 09:54:08 12:04
Julian Mutterer GER 00:50:03 04:24:24 DNF
Per Bittner GER 00:50:08 04:25:42 DNF
Elmar Heger GER 00:52:06 DNF

Female Race Results

Late entry Diana Riesler completely controlled the race: After the fastest swim and bike legs she was already leading by more than 25 minutes, and extended that lead on the run to win by almost 35 minutes! Her 8:51 finish is a new personal best for her and the third time she went sub-9. Behind her the race for the podium was much closer, eventually Simona Krivankova was second in front of Erika Csomor.

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time Diff to exp. Prize Money
1 Diana Riesler GER 00:54:48 04:38:13 03:13:21 08:51:02 -14:02 EUR 6,000
2 Simona Krivankova CZE 01:01:08 05:00:20 03:20:20 09:25:50 -03:32 EUR 3,900
3 Erika Csomor HUN 00:58:11 05:06:35 03:18:32 09:28:01 11:09 EUR 2,750
4 Nina Kuhn GER 01:01:12 05:00:03 03:26:37 09:33:06 -20:25 EUR 1,900
5 Franziska Bossow GER 01:01:05 05:16:09 03:13:18 09:35:14 n/a EUR 1,500
6 Yvette Grice GBR 00:55:03 05:22:32 03:25:49 09:49:10 -08:59 EUR 1,200
7 Jana Candrova CZE 01:02:50 05:12:05 03:35:53 09:55:37 -13:49 EUR 1,000
8 Anaïs Tommy-Martin GER 01:02:44 05:23:26 03:30:29 10:03:38 n/a EUR 750
9 Dana Wagner GER 00:55:10 05:16:45 03:47:58 10:05:34 30:32
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