Ironman Taiwan 2016 – Analyzing Results

Race Conditions

IM Taiwan moved from a date earlier in the year (April) to October – a change that can clearly be seen in the race data. While the swim and bike were similar to last year, the run was much slower, an adjustment of -18:53 is one of the slowest ever – a lot of athletes struggled in the heat.

Male Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time Diff to expected Prize Money
1 Daniel Fontana ITA 00:51:26 04:32:35 03:12:53 08:40:45 -10:06 US$ 5000
2 Tohara Kaito JPN 00:55:17 04:47:27 03:09:51 08:56:47 -16:26 US$ 2750
3 Patrick Evoe USA 00:54:14 04:29:46 03:34:28 09:03:17 -06:56 US$ 1750
4 Adam Gordon AUS 00:53:57 04:43:06 03:19:38 09:05:55 -13:02 US$ 1250
5 Gerhard De Bruin ZAF 00:53:55 04:42:53 03:30:19 09:11:51 -48:49 US$ 1000
6 Patrick Jaberg SUI 00:54:47 04:35:20 03:39:26 09:14:34 03:23 US$ 750
7 Levi Maxwell AUS 00:54:20 04:47:53 03:31:13 09:17:34 n/a  
8 Guy Crawford NZL 00:51:49 04:32:00 04:00:07 09:29:13 06:47  
9 Eneko Elosegui ESP 01:00:34 04:44:13 03:45:59 09:35:48 -13:37  
10 Jordan Bryden CAN 00:51:33 04:31:49 04:26:48 09:55:34 16:56  
11 Allister Caird AUS 00:55:15 04:33:27 04:34:25 10:07:14 36:25  
12 Simon Cochrane NZL 00:51:46 04:50:09 04:20:11 10:07:14 54:55  
13 Deak Zsombor ROM 00:58:16 05:18:01 04:05:25 10:32:38 41:23  
  Andreas Niedrig GER 00:52:02 04:37:39   DNF    
  Simon Billeau FRA 00:55:13 04:34:51   DNF    
  Antony Costes FRA 00:51:49 04:45:48   DNF    
  Yu Shinozaki JPN 01:00:31 05:04:12   DNF    
  Balazs Csoke HUN 00:49:05 05:44:06   DNF    
  Gudmund Snilstveit NOR 01:00:38     DNF    

Female Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time Diff to expected Prize Money
1 Danielle Mack USA 01:02:52 05:10:55 03:31:32 09:50:03 -03:30 US$ 5000
2 Shiao-yu Li TWN 01:06:04 05:13:07 03:45:41 10:10:43 -01:32 US$ 2750
3 Katharina Grohmann GER 01:09:39 05:06:53 03:59:01 10:21:10 09:13 US$ 1750
4 Jana Candrova CZE 01:08:59 05:31:44 04:03:34 10:50:04 03:40 US$ 1250
5 Stef Puszka AUS 01:05:19 05:41:42 04:34:24 11:27:11 35:37 US$ 1000
6 Emi Sakai JPN 01:09:49 06:20:36 04:01:45 11:37:51 1:03:23 US$ 750
7 Alison Fitch AUS 01:01:15 06:11:20 05:23:33 12:42:58 2:14:04  
  Keiko Tanaka JPN 00:57:08     DNF    

One Response to Ironman Taiwan 2016 – Analyzing Results

  1. Thomas October 8, 2016 at 12:51 am #

    Fun fact: The fastest female Age Groupers would have ranked 5th and 6th in the FPro category, winning 1000$ and 750$.

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