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Ironman Germany 2018 (July 8th) – Seedings

IMGermanyLogoPrevious 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

Last Year’s TOP 3

For the full results from last year, please check out my post on “IM Germany 2017 – Analyzing Results“.

Please note that the 2017 race had a shortened bike course and the times are therefore not eligible for course records.

Male Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Sebastian Kienle GER 00:50:11 04:02:22 02:45:09 07:41:42
2 Andi Boecherer GER 00:47:21 04:04:56 02:49:48 07:46:07
3 Patrik Nilsson SWE 00:47:15 04:17:41 02:40:58 07:50:16

Female Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Sarah Crowley AUS 00:56:17 04:40:32 03:05:12 08:47:58
2 Lucy Charles GBR 00:48:29 04:45:08 03:13:18 08:51:50
3 Alexandra Tondeur BEL 00:59:25 04:49:48 03:04:47 08:59:55

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 02:42:08 Will Clarke 2016-07-03
Total female 08:51:00 Daniela Ryf 2015-07-05
Swim female 00:45:04 Amanda Stevens 2012-07-08
Bike female 04:44:25 Natascha Badmann 2014-07-06
Run female 02:57:13 Kristin Moeller 2013-07-07

Course Rating

The Course Rating for IM Germany is 15:15.

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 01:17 07:25 -04:44 21 06:40 01:17 07:25 -04:44
2006 14:02 n/a n/a n/a 21 10:21 01:17 07:25 -04:44
2007 27:36 02:16 16:42 06:14 35 16:06 01:47 12:03 00:45
2008 30:17 04:53 10:36 06:21 21 of 28 19:39 02:49 11:34 02:37
2009 22:50 03:30 15:52 00:10 19 of 25 20:17 02:59 12:39 02:00
2010 11:33 01:20 05:55 00:52 30 18:50 02:39 11:18 01:47
2011 10:37 01:54 06:10 00:20 41 17:39 02:32 10:27 01:32
2012 12:24 04:20 05:29 01:27 37 17:00 02:47 09:44 01:31
2013 18:03 02:45 10:25 03:40 69 17:07 02:47 09:49 01:48
2014 14:11 02:25 14:57 01:01 39 of 56 16:49 02:44 10:23 01:42
2015 05:18 00:00 08:30 -03:44 32 of 44 15:47 02:28 10:12 01:10
2016 12:04 -01:31 11:26 05:06 44 of 61 15:28 02:06 10:19 01:31
2017 18:40 -00:05 19:31 02:42 49 of 68 15:15 01:55 11:05 01:37

KPR points and Prize Money

IM Germany is a P-4000 race. It has a total prize purse of 150.000 US$, paying 10 deep.

Male Race Participants

The strength of the field is 29% of a typical Kona field.

# Bib Name Nat Expected Rating ESwim EBike ET2 ERun Consistency Overall
1 1 Jan Frodeno GER 07:49:51 08:08:38 00:44:40 04:14:27 05:04:08 02:45:43 60% +19% -22% (9) 3
2 3 Andi Boecherer GER 07:51:18 08:12:34 00:45:17 04:11:32 05:01:49 02:49:29 56% +43% -2% (15) 6
3 2 Patrick Lange GER 07:51:35 07:57:26 00:45:17 04:18:03 05:08:21 02:43:14 100% +0% -0% (2) 1
4 4 Patrik Nilsson SWE 07:54:57 08:11:15 00:45:36 04:22:06 05:12:42 02:42:15 47% +37% -16% (9) 4
5 7 Andreas Raelert GER 08:06:12 08:35:21 00:47:14 04:21:54 05:14:08 02:52:04 18% +8% -74% (22) (69)
6 6 Nick Kastelein AUS 08:07:15 08:29:30 00:45:58 04:24:43 05:15:41 02:51:34 67% +0% -33% (4) 44
7 45 Joe Skipper * GBR 08:09:19 08:25:41 00:51:12 04:23:20 05:19:32 02:49:47 62% +13% -25% (20) 28
8 8 Michael Weiss * AUT 08:10:55 08:30:19 00:52:50 04:19:11 05:17:01 02:53:54 83% +3% -14% (21) 48
9 5 Josh Amberger AUS 08:11:50 08:30:42 00:44:38 04:21:45 05:11:23 03:00:27 70% +19% -11% (5) 52
10 40 Cameron Wurf * AUS 08:14:03 08:29:21 00:48:30 04:12:43 05:06:14 03:07:49 60% +31% -9% (11) 43
11 18 Tyler Butterfield BMU 08:14:16 08:44:19 00:46:43 04:21:57 05:13:39 03:00:37 25% +22% -53% (16) 89
12 34 David Plese * SLO 08:17:20 08:30:14 00:51:13 04:28:59 05:25:12 02:52:08 82% +6% -12% (25) 47
13 22 Marc Duelsen GER 08:18:53 08:34:05 00:49:14 04:30:36 05:24:50 02:54:03 89% +0% -11% (11) 65
14 16 Mark Bowstead NZL 08:19:09 08:36:26 00:46:44 04:26:18 05:18:01 03:01:08 79% +0% -21% (5) 72
15 11 Peru Alfaro ESP 08:21:29 08:45:05 00:46:01 04:33:35 05:24:36 02:56:53 59% +0% -41% (5) 91
16 27 Philipp Koutny SUI 08:23:10 08:47:47 00:48:36 04:26:13 05:19:48 03:03:22 56% +0% -44% (8) 102
17 17 Christian Brader GER 08:30:44 08:46:50 00:52:38 04:37:39 05:35:18 02:55:26 80% +2% -18% (40) 98
18 20 Gregory Close USA 08:34:17 09:02:36 00:55:13 04:34:22 05:34:34 02:59:43 20% +35% -45% (11) 163
19 28 Markus Liebelt * GER 08:40:31 09:20:09 00:53:12 04:31:56 05:30:08 03:10:23 23% +0% -77% (3) (213)
20 29 Andrey Lyatskiy * RUS 08:40:44 08:55:49 00:49:15 04:44:08 05:38:24 03:02:20 94% +2% -4% (33) 137
21 37 Simon Schwarz * GER 08:42:50 09:11:34 00:51:54 04:42:14 05:39:08 03:03:42 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (194)
22 10 Andreas Niedrig * GER 08:45:16 09:10:05 00:46:13 04:29:44 05:20:57 03:24:19 44% +30% -26% (14) (186)
23 19 Alexander Chikin RUS 08:45:16 09:10:35 00:53:13 04:38:55 05:37:07 03:08:09 100% +0% -0% (2) (190)
24 14 Lucas Amirault FRA 08:49:16 09:10:51 00:49:49 04:41:04 05:35:53 03:13:23 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (193)
25 46 Balazs Csoke HUN 08:49:38 09:05:10 00:46:13 04:48:32 05:39:45 03:09:53 41% +6% -53% (30) 169
26 38 Pavel Simko * SVK 08:50:40 09:10:50 00:49:32 04:41:06 05:35:39 03:15:01 80% +0% -20% (4) 192
27 44 Mike Schifferle SUI 08:52:53 09:14:14 00:58:29 04:41:44 05:45:13 03:07:40 83% +6% -11% (73) 199
28 32 Urs Mueller SUI 08:52:54 09:16:04 00:51:08 04:37:01 05:33:09 03:19:45 51% +22% -27% (7) 204
29 30 Philipp Mock GER 08:54:10 09:23:31 00:55:44 04:30:55 05:31:39 03:22:31 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (228)
30 31 Wouter Monchy BEL 08:57:08 09:16:37 00:49:11 04:50:03 05:44:14 03:12:54 61% +24% -15% (6) 206
31 9 Frederic Limousin FRA 09:02:07 09:27:44 00:51:42 04:46:10 05:42:52 03:19:15 90% +10% -0% (6) 235
32 23 Olivier Esser BEL 09:08:45 09:27:53 00:52:25 04:51:53 05:49:18 03:19:27 75% +0% -25% (4) 236
33 15 David Berthou FRA 09:11:26 09:41:45 00:52:47 04:51:59 05:49:46 03:21:40 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (261)
34 35 Lukas Polan * CZE 09:20:09 09:54:18 01:00:11 04:58:16 06:03:27 03:16:42 41% +16% -43% (16) 274
35 21 Zsombor Deak * ROM 09:36:17 10:00:22 00:56:59 05:10:23 06:12:22 03:23:55 71% +0% -29% (4) 280
36 39 Dominique Wymmersch Gallego ESP 09:53:04 10:25:40 00:56:58 05:00:11 06:02:09 03:50:55 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (291)
37 25 Michal Ivanco * SVK 09:53:47 10:16:14 01:17:48 05:04:58 06:27:46 03:26:01 100% +0% -0% (3) 287
38 26 Aleksander Kochetkov * LTU 10:36:57 11:11:58 01:06:35 05:30:22 06:41:57 03:55:00 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (303)
39 33 Marek Nemcik * SVK 10:56:06 11:56:30 01:10:17 05:22:56 06:38:14 04:17:52 32% +24% -44% (45) 307
24 Felix Hentschel GER n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
36 Imanol Sagarzazu ESP n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (1 IM Pro race) (n/a)
43 Damien Collins AUS 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 29% of a typical Kona field.

# Bib Name Nat Expected Rating ESwim EBike ET2 ERun Consistency Overall
1 102 Daniela Ryf SUI 08:34:05 08:40:07 00:49:50 04:41:25 05:36:15 02:57:50 91% +0% -9% (12) 1
2 101 Sarah Crowley AUS 08:52:03 09:17:13 00:53:04 04:48:41 05:46:45 03:05:18 35% +65% -0% (6) 9
3 107 Eva Wutti * AUT 09:03:32 09:21:24 00:55:50 04:59:50 06:00:40 03:02:52 90% +0% -10% (10) 19
4 124 Sara Svensk * SWE 09:06:57 09:35:42 00:56:21 04:55:20 05:56:40 03:10:17 20% +46% -34% (3) (44)
5 116 Mareen Hufe * GER 09:09:25 09:26:10 00:57:08 04:51:54 05:54:03 03:15:22 84% +10% -6% (26) 30
6 105 Katja Konschak GER 09:15:16 09:44:21 00:52:00 05:10:52 06:07:52 03:07:24 45% +25% -30% (22) 60
7 119 Rachel McBride CAN 09:15:51 09:37:42 00:51:03 04:53:16 05:49:20 03:26:31 100% +0% -0% (4) 51
8 113 Dimity-Lee Duke AUS 09:19:01 09:38:53 00:57:13 04:59:30 06:01:43 03:17:18 70% +7% -23% (16) 53
9 109 Marta Bernardi ITA 09:19:23 09:44:25 00:55:59 05:07:27 06:08:26 03:10:57 100% +0% -0% (2) (61)
10 123 Celine Schaerer * SUI 09:22:06 09:37:12 00:49:30 05:08:45 06:03:14 03:18:52 80% +0% -20% (11) 48
11 118 Bruna Mahn BRA 09:22:40 09:54:36 00:54:59 05:10:09 06:10:08 03:12:32 30% +70% -0% (5) 83
12 111 Saleta Castro Nogueira ESP 09:25:04 09:45:45 00:53:36 05:15:46 06:14:23 03:10:41 66% +28% -5% (17) 63
13 110 Ewa Bugdol POL 09:27:51 09:53:26 00:52:22 05:11:38 06:09:00 03:18:51 56% +0% -44% (4) (78)
14 114 Katharina Grohmann GER 09:30:49 09:49:51 01:08:09 05:04:26 06:17:35 03:13:14 81% +19% -0% (18) 74
15 120 Skye Moench USA 09:48:19 10:38:25 00:57:51 05:07:15 06:10:06 03:38:13 39% +0% -61% (2) (144)
16 112 Steph Corker * CAN 09:53:10 10:20:18 00:55:13 05:24:02 06:24:14 03:28:56 70% +30% -0% (4) 123
17 117 Kristin Lie NOR 10:01:30 10:26:29 01:08:48 05:13:39 06:27:26 03:34:04 93% +1% -6% (16) 132
18 115 Helena Herrero Gomez * ESP 10:07:34 10:39:45 00:58:12 05:38:27 06:41:39 03:25:55 34% +0% -66% (11) 145
103 Laura Philipp * GER n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
104 Anne Haug GER n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
106 Sarah True USA 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. Most of them are on the start list as a backup for Austria, but at least Eva Wutti is considered to do a “double IM” in Klagenfurt and Frankfurt to secure enough KPR points for a July slot.

Winning Odds

Male Race Participants

This year’s IM Frankfurt will be a big “German showdown”. It’s hard to pick a front-runner as everyone has a lot going for them: Andi has always been racing well in Frankfurt (a number of close second places when Sebi Kienle was winning the race), Frodo holds the course record and Patrick is the current Kona champion. But all of them have “little question marks” as well: Andi has been injured and was forced to skip Kona, Frodo had a bad race in Kona, and Patrick didn’t do too well in Frankfurt last year when he was still dealing with the aftermath of an injury.

  • Andi Boecherer: 32% (2-1)
  • Jan Frodeno: 30% (2-1)
  • Patrick Lange: 28% (3-1)
  • Patrik Nilsson: 10% (9-1)

Female Race Participants

The situation is much more clear on the female side: Even though Sarah Crowley won the race last year, Daniela has been pretty much unbeatable on the Ironman distance. Her only “bad race” was a DNF in Frankfurt 2o16 …

  • Daniela Ryf: 67% (1-1)
  • Sarah Crowley: 21% (4-1)
  • Eva Wutti: 6% (17-1)
  • Mareen Hufe: 3% (35-1)
  • Sara Svensk: 2% (60-1)

Kona Qualifying

IM Germany is the last of the Regional Championships, and a lot of athletes are looking for a good result and a large number of KPR points to secure their Kona slots. As there are Automatic Qualifier slots for the winners, everyone in the field has a chance to get a Kona slot in Frankfurt, but most of them are probably calculating with a more realistic result.

Male Athletes

Here’s what athletes in the male field are looking for in order to get a Kona slot:

  • Just finish: Jan Frodeno, Patrick Lange, Patrik Nilsson
  • 12th (385): Michael Weiss
  • 6th (1.670): Joe Skipper (but likely to race Roth)
  • 5th (2.090): Tyler Butterfield, Philip Koutny
  • 4th (2.455): David Plese, Andi Boecherer, Mark Bowstead
  • 3rd (2.890): Marc Duelsen, Nick Kastelein, Balazs Csoke

Female Athletes

Here’s what the females are looking for in order to get a Kona slot:

  • Just finish: Daniela Ryf, Sarah Crowley
  • 8th (1.070): Sara Svensk
  • 7th (1.335): Rachel McBride, Sarah True, Laura Philipp
  • 5th (2.090): Marta Bernardi
  • 4th (2.455): Dimity-Lee Duke, Bruna Mahn, Saleta Castro, Anne Haug, Katharina Grohmann
  • 3rd (2.890): Katja Koschak, Eva Wutti (but probably also racing IM Austria)
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Kona Qualifying Situation Mid June 2018 – Men

With only seven Ironman races remaining before the first cutoff at the end of July, it’s a good time to have a close look at the current qualifying situation. This post looks at the situation for the men, yesterday’s post analyzes the women’s standings.

Current Situation

Let’s start with an overview of the ranking in mid-June (click on the graph for a higher-res version):

Based on the projected cutoff around 3.500 points the graph shows six categories:

  • Automatic Qualifiers: Kona winners of the last five years and the winners of the Regional Championships receive an automatic slot. Past Kona winners have to validate their slot with an Ironman finish. (Both Jan Frodeno and Patrick Lange still have to do this.) The AQs do not count for the “points slots”.
  • Safe: These athletes are more than 300 points above the projected cutoff and can be considered safe for a July slot. There are currently 19 male athletes in this category.
  • Safe not validated: These athletes have enough points (usually from a good Kona result the previous year) but still need an Ironman finish to be eligible for a slot. There are another five athletes in this category.
  • Bubble: These athletes (currently twelve) are close the cutoff and might be fine for a slot – but there could still be a number of athletes that can overtake them and they can still fall out of the slots.
  • Close: These athletes will have to race again and improve their total in order to have a chance for a slot – another 13 athletes.
  • Close, not validated: There are three athletes in this category, but Ben Kanute and Sam Appleton are unlikely to race an Ironman this season.

There is a total of 40 “points slots” for the men at the end of July. If you add up the number of athletes in the different categories (leaving aside the AQs) you already end up with more than 50, so you can see that the race is very tight.

Upcoming Races

Ironman has released entry lists and start lists for all the remaining Ironman races up to the end of July. As always, they are easily accessible through my Race Posts showing the entries with their current KPR points and the seedings for races with a closed start list.

The following table shows an overview of the remaining Ironman races and the currently registered athletes currently without a secure Kona slot. (Of course, most races have some more high-profile athletes on the start list, and athletes can still register for most of these races.) I’ve also listed a few “Additional Athletes” who aren’t shown in the graph above but who still have a chance for a slot:

Race Racing for a Slot Additional Athletes
France Andrej Vistica (2.960)
TJ Tollakson (2.575)
Romain Guillaume (2.435)
Austria David McNamee (7.870)
Andy Potts (5.050)
Michael Weiss (3.435)
Thiago Vinhal (3.180)
Miquel Blanchard Tinto (2.325)
Frankfurt (P-4000) Patrick Lange (AQ)
Jan Frodeno (AQ)
Patrik Nilsson (3.825)
Tyler Butterfield (1.830)
Philipp Koutny (1.730)
David Plese (1.530)
Andi Böcherer (1.390)
UK Will Clarke (2.905)
Whistler Joe Gambles (2.885) Sam Long (1.575)
Switzerland Jan van Berkel (3.390)
Hamburg Miquel Blanchard Tinto (2.325)
Horst Reichel (1.445)

A few of the athletes haven’t announced their plans yet (James Cunnama, Bart Aernouts) or have been forced to change them (Boris Stein who planned to race IM France but had a bike crash a few days out and won’t be able to race).

As you can see, the number of athletes that aren’t on my graph but still have a chance to qualify is quite large. There are also a few more 70.3s on the calendar that may not have many points but can still make a difference when things are getting close, so it’s hard to tell at this point who will actually qualify. Some athletes might also decide to look for a race in August to secure one of the additional ten male slots that are even harder to predict.

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Kona Qualifying Situation Mid June 2018 – Woman

With only seven Ironman races remaining before the first cutoff at the end of July, it’s a good time to have a close look at the current qualifying situation. This first post looks at the situation for the women, another post analyzes the men’s standings.

Current Situation

First let’s have an overview (click on the graph for a higher-res version):

Based on the projected cutoff around 4.400 points the graph shows six categories:

  • Automatic Qualifiers: Kona winners of the last five years and the winners of the Regional Championships receive an automatic slot. Past Kona winners have to validate their slot with an Ironman finish. They do not count for the “points slots”.
  • Safe: These athletes are more than 300 points above the projected cutoff and can be considered safe for a July slot. There are 14 female athletes in this category, but Liz Lyles has announced her retirement and is expected to decline her slot.
  • Safe not validated: These athletes have enough points (usually from a good Kona result the previous year) but still need an Ironman finish to be eligible for a slot. There are another three athletes in this category.
  • Bubble: These athletes (currently five) are close the cutoff and might be fine for a slot – but there could still be a number of athletes that can overtake them and they can fall out of the slots.
  • Close: These athletes will have to race again and improve their total in order to have a chance for a slot. One of these six athletes is Yvonne Van Vlerken who has said that she’s not interested in racing Kona again.
  • Close, not validated: One more athlete in this category – at least an Ironman finish is needed, and Emma needs to add a good number of points as well.

There is a total of 28 “points slots” for the women at the end of July. If you add up the number of athletes in the different categories (leaving aside the AQs) you end up with 29 (maybe minus two for Liz and Yvonne), so you can see that the race is very tight.

Upcoming Races

Ironman has released entry lists and start lists for all the remaining Ironman races up to the end of July. As always, they are easily accessible through my Race Posts showing the entries with their current KPR points and the seedings for races with a closed start list.

The following table shows an overview of the remaining Ironman races and the registered athletes currently without a secure Kona slot. (Of course, most races have some more high-profile athletes on the start list.) I’ve also listed a few “Additional Athletes” who aren’t shown in the graph above but who still have a chance for a slot (e.g. Eva Wutti who will likely attempt the “double” in Austria and Frankfurt or the Ironman rookies Sarah True, Laura Philipp and Anne Haug expected to race in Frankfurt):

Race Racing for a Slot Additional Athletes
France Manon Genet (4.120)
Lisa Roberts (4.000)
Eva Wutti (1.165)
Austria Emma Pallant (3.620) Lisa Huetthaler (3.080)
Sara Svensk (2.410)
Frankfurt
(P-4000)
Daniela Ryf (AQ)
Sarah Crowley (6.480)
Jodie Robertson ( 3.980)
Rachel McBride (3.795)
Sarah True (3.270)
Laura Philipp (3180)
Dimity-Lee Duke (2.660)
Bruna Mahn (2.655)
Saleta Castro (2.410)
Anne Haug (2.025)
Katharina Grohmann (2.020)
Eva Wutti (1.165)
UK Laura Philipp (3.180)
Sara Svensk (2.410)
Lake Placid Heather Jackson (6.975) Meredith Kessler (3.205)
Jen Annett (3.140)
Kelsey Withrow (2.560)
Switzerland Annabel Luxford (5.215) Sara Svensk (2.410)
Hamburg Laura Philipp (3.180)
Daniela Sämmler (2.460)
Katharina Grohmann (2.020)
Anja Beranek (2.000)

As you can see, the number of athletes that aren’t on my graph but still have a chance to qualify is quite large. There are also a few more 70.3s on the calendar that may not have many points but can still make a difference when things are getting close, so it’s hard to tell at this point who will actually qualify. Some athletes (likely including Liz Blatchford or Asa Lundstroem) may also miss July qualifying but then look for another race in August to secure one of the seven female slots in August that are even harder to predict.

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Ironman Hamburg 2018 (July 29th) – Entry List

IMHH_Logo Update June 21st:

  • Added Corinne Abraham, Maja Stage Nielsen (WPRO), James Cunnama, Christian Haupt, Christian Kramer, Philipp Mock, Joe Skipper and Jesper Svensson

Male Race Participants

Name Nation KPR points KPR races
James Cunnama ZAF 6500 1+2 (5250/500)
Jesper Svensson SWE 2620 1+2 (2000/220)
Christian Kramer GER 2355 2+1
Miquel Blanchart Tinto ESP 2340 3+1 (405/15)
Joe Skipper GBR 2140 2+0
Horst Reichel GER 1445 1+2 (405/400)
Johann Ackermann GER 1185 1+2 (685/220)
Michael Patrick Alonso Mckernan ESP 960 1+0
Victor Arroyo Bugallo ESP 405 1+0
Per Bittner GER 325 2+0
Christian Brader GER 265 1+2 (230/15)
Inaki De La Parra POL 150 2+0
Markus Liebelt GER 135 0+1
Pavel Simko SVK 135 1+1
Philipp Mock GER 100 0+2 (0/35)
Christian Haupt GER 75 0+1
Markus Mlinar AUT 17 0+2 (0/7)
Kevin Thewes GER 5 0+1
Aleksander Kochetkov LTU 0 0+0
Andreas Niedrig GER 0 0+0
Andreas Raelert GER 0 0+0
Alexander Schilling GER 0 0+0

Female Race Participants

Name Nation KPR points KPR races
Sarah Crowley AUS 6480 1+0
Maja Stage Nielsen DEN 3335 2+1
Laura Philipp GER 3180 0+2 (0/750)
Daniela Saemmler GER 2460 1+2 (1280/540)
Katharina Grohmann GER 2020 2+1
Anja Beranek GER 2000 1+2 (960/500)
Sonja Tajsich GER 1800 2+1
Corinne Abraham GBR 1280 1+1
Carolin Lehrieder GER 0 0+0
Kristin Lie NOR 0 0+0

Kona Qualifying

Here’s a look at the male athletes that can secure a Kona slot in Hamburg:

  • James Cunnama just needs a finish.
  • Jesper Svensson could get a slot with fourth place.
  • Christian Kramer would need podium finish.
  • Joe Skipper needs at least a second place, but is on a number of other entry lists.
  • Miguel Blanchard and Horst Reichel can secure a Kona slot but probably need a win.

A number of female Pros could also secure their Kona slot:

  • Sarah Crowley just needs a finish (but is probably only on the list as a backup for IM Frankfurt).
  • Maja Stage Nielsen will secure a slot with a podium finish.
  • Laura Philipp is also racing IM Frankfurt, in case she races Hamburg she’d need a podium.
  • Daniela Sammler has to defend her title to get a July slot.
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Ironman Switzerland 2018 (July 29th) – Entry List

IMSUI_LogoUpdate June 21st:

  • Added Nikki Bartlett, Anne Basso, Nina Derron, Martina Kunz, Lisa Roberts, Regula Rohrbach (WPRO), Trevor Delsaut, Julian Mutterer, Davide Rossetti, Ronnie Schildknecht, Simon Schwarz and Cameron Wurf (MPRO)

Male Race Participants

Name Nation KPR points KPR races
Cameron Wurf AUS 5335 3+0 (880/0)
Jan van Berkel SUI 3390 3+0 (340/0)
Ronnie Schildknecht SUI 3005 2+2 (235/180)
Johann Ackermann GER 1185 1+2 (685/220)
Trevor Delsaut FRA 990 2+2 (120/50)
Samuel Huerzeler SUI 890 3+0 (120/0)
Freddy Lampret ZAF 636 2+2 (85/2)
Urs Mueller SUI 575 2+0
Cyril Pochon FRA 335 1+2 (305/10)
Julian Mutterer GER 285 0+2 (0/65)
Felipe Santos BRA 225 0+2 (0/45)
Mike Schifferle SUI 155 3+0 (30/0)
Julian Beuchert GER 85 1+0
Daniel Besse SUI 45 0+1
Jean-Claude Besse SUI 30 0+1
Simon Schwarz GER 30 0+1
Anthony Cadario FRA 12 0+2 (0/5)
Lukas Polan CZE 7 0+2 (0/2)
Romain Garcin FRA 0 0+0
Davide Rossetti ITA 0 0+0
Marco Iseli SUI

Female Race Participants

Name Nation KPR points KPR races
Annabel Luxford AUS 5215 1+1
Lisa Roberts USA 4000 2+0
Sara Svensk SWE 3495 1+2 (2090/320)
Nikki Bartlett GBR 1900 1+2 (1280/220)
Martina Kunz SUI 1790 2+1
Celine Schaerer SUI 980 1+1
Nina Derron SUI 930 0+2 (0/180)
Anne Basso FRA 545 1+2 (60/140)
Corina Hengartner SUI 540 2+1
Karen Schultheiss SUI 380 0+2 (0/100)
Lina-Kristin Schink GER 295 0+2 (0/75)
Regula Rohrbach SUI 135 0+1
Carla Van Rooijen NED 100 0+2 (0/45)
Irene Coletto ITA 45 0+1

Kona Qualifying

There are a few athletes looking for a Kona slot:

  • Cemaron Wurf is already safe, his summer racing plans are pretty flexible for now.
  • Jan van Berkel is already pretty close, to improve his score he needs a 7th or better.
  • Ronnie Schildknecht has four races in his total, so he’ll need a fourth place or better .. but he’s probably more focused in winning his home race for the tenth(!) time.
  • Annabel Luxford has enough points but needs an Ironman finish.
  • Lisa Roberts (also racing IM France) just needs a few more points, a seventh place should be enough for her.
  • Sara Svensk is on a number of entry lists, she’ll need a podium for a slot.
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