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Ironman Cairns 2018 (June 10th) – Seedings

Previous Winners

Year Male Winner Time Female Winner Time
2011 Chris McCormack (AUS) 08:15:56 Rebekah Keat (AUS) 09:26:31
2012 David Dellow (AUS) 08:15:04 Carrie Lester (AUS) 09:21:00
2013 Luke McKenzie (AUS) 08:17:43 Liz Blatchford (AUS) 09:19:51
2014 Cameron Brown (NZL) 08:20:15 Liz Blatchford (AUS) 09:16:58
2015 Luke McKenzie (AUS) 08:18:01 Liz Blatchford (AUS) 09:11:49
2016 Tim Van Berkel (AUS) 08:15:03 Jodie Cunnama (GBR) 09:06:18
2017 Josh Amberger (AUS) 08:02:17 Sarah Crowley (AUS) 08:58:14

Last Year’s TOP 3

Here’s the link to the full results and my analysis of IM Cairns 2017.

Male Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Josh Amberger AUS 00:47:15 04:17:29 02:53:26 08:02:17
2 Joe Gambles AUS 00:50:02 04:25:19 02:44:30 08:04:03
3 Braden Currie NZL 00:49:46 04:26:12 02:47:56 08:07:46

Female Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Sarah Crowley AUS 00:57:06 04:50:00 03:06:01 08:58:14
2 Sarah Piampiano USA 01:05:38 04:52:58 03:02:49 09:08:20
3 Kristin Moeller GER 01:05:22 05:00:50 03:03:29 09:14:08

Course Records

Leg Gender Record Athlete Date
Total overall 08:02:17 Josh Amberger 2017-06-11
Swim overall 00:43:48 Clayton Fettell 2011-06-05
Bike overall 04:15:13 Cameron Wurf 2017-06-11
Run overall 02:44:24 Tim Van Berkel 2013-06-01
Total female 08:58:14 Sarah Crowley 2017-06-11
Swim female 00:49:06 Jodie Cunnama 2016-06-12
Bike female 04:50:00 Sarah Crowley 2017-06-11
Run female 03:02:01 Linsey Corbin 2016-06-12

Course Rating

The Course Rating for IM Cairns is 05:10.

Race Adjustments for IM Cairns

Year Adjustment Swim Adj. Bike Adj. Run Adj. # of Finishers Rating Swim Rating Bike Rating Run Rating
2011 06:26 01:41 03:54 01:36 16 06:26 01:41 03:54 01:36
2012 06:49 -00:44 08:11 -01:50 22 06:37 00:28 06:02 -00:07
2013 02:58 -01:34 08:26 -05:54 16 05:24 -00:12 06:50 -02:03
2014 04:15 -02:18 03:33 02:35 16 of 21 05:07 -00:44 06:01 -00:53
2015 06:14 01:44 04:18 00:00 16 of 19 05:20 -00:14 05:40 -00:43
2016 -02:45 -00:12 03:18 03:15 28 of 36 03:59 -00:14 05:17 -00:03
2017 12:14 -01:01 15:23 04:00 29 of 40 05:10 -00:21 06:43 00:32

KPR points and Prize Money

IM Cairns 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 35% of a typical Kona field.

# Bib Name Nat Expected Rating ESwim EBike ET2 ERun Consistency Overall
1 4 Terenzo Bozzone NZL 08:10:58 08:18:54 00:48:34 04:25:11 05:18:45 02:52:13 61% +27% -13% (16) 13
2 6 Tim Van Berkel AUS 08:14:05 08:20:52 00:48:20 04:31:19 05:24:39 02:49:26 84% +9% -7% (24) 16
3 5 Timothy O’Donnell USA 08:14:08 08:22:07 00:47:51 04:26:35 05:19:26 02:54:42 48% +31% -21% (16) 20
4 11 David Dellow AUS 08:17:00 08:29:15 00:47:58 04:31:25 05:24:23 02:52:37 58% +1% -41% (19) 41
5 15 Mike Phillips * NZL 08:17:15 08:27:21 00:50:01 04:27:44 05:22:45 02:54:30 66% +34% -0% (3) 33
6 3 Braden Currie NZL 08:17:59 08:34:51 00:48:16 04:32:53 05:26:10 02:51:49 27% +18% -55% (5) 63
7 2 Luke McKenzie AUS 08:20:08 08:28:06 00:48:33 04:26:20 05:19:54 03:00:14 61% +11% -27% (31) 36
8 10 Cameron Wurf AUS 08:22:23 08:30:41 00:50:10 04:17:58 05:13:08 03:09:15 53% +36% -10% (10) 50
9 8 Kyle Buckingham ZAF 08:23:17 08:28:16 00:50:00 04:34:08 05:29:08 02:54:09 71% +10% -19% (15) 37
10 19 Michael Fox AUS 08:24:40 08:42:16 00:48:12 04:35:06 05:28:19 02:56:21 66% +9% -25% (7) 84
11 9 Eneko Llanos ESP 08:26:04 08:29:59 00:49:18 04:29:00 05:23:18 03:02:46 87% +0% -13% (34) 45
12 7 Tim Reed AUS 08:26:19 08:30:49 00:49:07 04:33:32 05:27:40 02:58:39 54% +19% -27% (7) 52
13 22 David Plese SLO 08:27:48 08:30:01 00:53:30 04:35:01 05:33:30 02:54:18 79% +7% -13% (24) 46
14 14 Callum Millward NZL 08:28:58 08:34:25 00:49:45 04:36:14 05:30:59 02:57:59 77% +0% -23% (10) 62
15 17 Denis Chevrot FRA 08:30:17 08:39:15 00:47:52 04:38:29 05:31:22 02:58:55 65% +4% -32% (14) 78
16 28 Thiago Vinhal BRA 08:32:14 08:45:36 00:49:15 04:42:28 05:36:43 02:55:31 47% +47% -6% (14) 92
17 12 Daniil Sapunov * UKR 08:33:30 08:48:22 00:48:58 04:42:32 05:36:31 02:56:59 68% +7% -25% (10) 108
18 16 Clayton Fettell AUS 08:36:53 08:42:17 00:46:14 04:32:18 05:23:31 03:13:22 60% +10% -30% (12) 85
19 27 Casey Munro AUS 08:42:16 09:25:12 00:47:30 04:35:52 05:28:22 03:13:54 11% +0% -89% (8) (225)
20 18 Balazs Csoke HUN 08:59:51 09:18:39 00:48:31 04:53:50 05:47:21 03:12:30 30% +8% -63% (29) 205
21 24 Lachlan Kerin AUS 09:08:21 09:41:56 00:53:13 04:50:29 05:48:43 03:19:38 7% +23% -70% (5) (263)
22 21 Leigh Stabryla AUS 09:08:59 09:27:39 00:50:03 05:11:47 06:06:50 03:02:09 37% +0% -63% (5) 232
23 29 Ryan Palazzi AUS 09:24:22 09:58:53 00:50:48 04:49:21 05:45:09 03:39:13 26% +0% -74% (3) (278)
24 26 Bryce McMaster NZL 10:34:26 11:11:42 00:52:52 05:49:14 06:47:06 03:47:20 33% +0% -67% (2) (300)
25 30 Aleksander Kochetkov * LTU 10:49:11 11:11:58 01:09:44 05:37:00 06:51:44 03:57:27 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (300)
1 Javier Gomez ESP n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
20 Jason Hall NZL n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
23 Blake Kappler AUS n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
25 David Mainwaring 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 26% of a typical Kona field.

# Bib Name Nat Expected Rating ESwim EBike ET2 ERun Consistency Overall
1 32 Mirinda Carfrae AUS 08:57:08 09:01:36 00:56:09 05:00:53 06:02:02 02:55:06 59% +12% -29% (15) (2)
2 31 Sarah Crowley AUS 09:05:00 09:17:13 00:55:31 04:56:03 05:56:34 03:08:26 35% +65% -0% (6) 9
3 40 Teresa Adam NZL 09:12:51 09:32:15 00:50:49 05:04:05 05:59:54 03:12:57 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (36)
4 39 Beth McKenzie USA 09:16:21 09:28:03 01:00:34 05:09:53 06:15:27 03:00:54 38% +50% -11% (13) (32)
5 37 Anja Beranek GER 09:18:33 09:23:56 00:52:35 04:56:31 05:54:06 03:24:27 68% +4% -27% (12) 23
6 33 Asa Lundstroem SWE 09:21:44 09:27:02 01:01:51 05:01:08 06:07:59 03:13:45 98% +2% -0% (18) 29
7 34 Lauren Brandon USA 09:32:02 09:36:33 00:48:19 05:03:33 05:56:52 03:35:10 46% +0% -54% (6) 41
8 36 Gurutze Frades Larralde ESP 09:32:22 09:39:43 01:01:29 05:11:57 06:18:26 03:13:56 76% +14% -10% (11) 50
9 38 Sue Huse CAN 09:35:00 09:55:10 unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (1 IM Pro race) (79)
10 35 Melanie Burke NZL 09:36:57 09:48:12 01:04:44 05:08:33 06:18:16 03:18:41 86% +8% -6% (12) 63
11 41 Jessica Mitchell AUS 09:47:21 10:11:29 01:04:06 05:13:21 06:22:26 03:24:55 68% +32% -0% (6) 107
12 42 Alise Selsmark * AUS 09:50:44 10:11:27 00:54:29 05:25:04 06:24:33 03:26:11 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (107)
43 Amanda Wilson 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.

Winning Odds

Male Race Participants

  • Terenzo Bozzone: 41% (1-1)
  • Tim Van Berkel: 17% (5-1)
  • Timothy O’Donnell: 14% (6-1)
  • Luke McKenzie: 8% (11-1)
  • Mike Phillips: 6% (15-1)
  • Braden Currie: 4% (22-1)
  • David Dellow: 4% (23-1)

In addition to these established athletes, there is Javier Gomez who will race in his first Ironman-distance race who has also to be considered for the win. (I have tried to come up with a data-based guess for a possible Cairns finish time for him in my post “Trying to Predict Ironman Times from 70.3 Ratings“. The result was a range of times between 8:00 and 8:30.)

Female Race Participants

  • Mirinda Carfrae: 40% (1-1)
  • Sarah Crowley: 39% (2-1)
  • Beth McKenzie: 13% (6-1)
  • Asa Lundstroem: 4% (27-1)
  • Anja Beranek: 2% (43-1)
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Trying to Predict Ironman Times from 70.3 Ratings

There is a number of good 70.3 athletes stepping up to the Ironman distance, among these are Javier Gomez, Emma Pallant, Anne Haug and Laura Philipp who are lining up for their first Ironman races in the next weeks.

I’ve been asked to predict their Ironman capabilities from their 70.3 races. Of course there are a lot of issues that make this difficult: There are athletes that are naturally stronger on one distance over the other, some athletes decide to focus on one distance (and are therefore unable to race at their full potential over the other distance), and there are a lot of uncertainties when athletes step up for the first time. Nonetheless, there are ranges that might be considered “normal” and can therefore serve as an indication of what these athletes might be able to do.

Comparing 70.3 Ratings to Ironman Ratings

With the race results in my database, I calculate ratings for the 70.3 and the Ironman distance that abstract away as much as possible fast and slow courses and the specific conditions on race day. I have analyzed these ratings for athletes that are among the Top 100 in both ratings. As not all athletes race both distances on a regular basis and might not be among the Top 100 athletes, my analysis is based on 107 data points.

When moving from 70.3 ratings to Ironman ratings, I calculate the “slowdown” that occurs when moving up the distance. To express it as a formula:

IM Rating  = 2 * 70.3 Rating * Slowdown

Here’s a look at the distribution of the Slowdown:

Slowdown

The average slowdown is 5.35%, i.e. the average athlete slows down a bit more than 5% when moving from the 70.3 to the Ironman distance. Athletes who are pretty close to that average are Sebastian Kienle (slowdown of 5.7% or 26 minutes) and Meredith Kessler (slowdown of 5.23% or 28 minutes). There are also athletes who don’t slow down quite as much – usually because they haven’t been focused on racing 70.3s as much as Ironman distance races (e.g. Patrick Lange 1.69% or Lisa Roberts 0.98%). On the other hand, there are athletes with a large slowdown – mostly because they are still in the process of moving up in the distance (e.g. Braden Currie 9.1% or Magali Tisseyre 9.05% – corresponding to roughly 45 minutes).

Predicting Finishing Time Ranges

The graph and the data in the previous section are based on athletes that are within the Top 100 ranked athletes both for the IM distance and the 70.3 distance, indicating that they have been racing on both distances for some time. It’s obviously tricky to use this data to predict how established 70.3 athletes will be racing in their first race over the longer distance. So instead of just making a direct conversion based on the average from above, I will show pretty wide ranges that should cover a wide range of possible outcomes. (For those interested in the details: I’m using one sigma on the fast side and two sigmas on the slow side to reflect that a slower outcome is likely to be more common for an athlete’s first race. This should roughly 80% of the expected race times.)

The first line for each athlete in the following table shows the conversion from a 70.3 rating to a range of IM ratings. The second line shows what this rating range corresponds to as a finishing on the course they are expected to race:

Name Type 70.3 Rating Fast Medium Slow
Javier Gomez Rating 03:54:55 08:04:40 08:14:59 08:35:37
IM Cairns 08:00:01 08:10:15 08:30:41
Emma Pallant Rating 04:27:17 09:11:26 09:23:11 09:46:40
IM Austria 08:50:32 09:01:50 09:24:25
Anne Haug Rating 04:15:43 08:47:34 08:58:48 09:21:16
IM Germany 08:32:41 08:43:36 09:05:26
Laura Philipp Rating 04:24:22 09:05:25 09:17:02 09:40:15
IM Germany 08:50:01 09:01:18 09:23:53
Sarah True Rating 04:26:45 09:10:20 09:22:03 09:45:29
IM Germany 08:54:48 09:06:11 09:28:58

To explain most of the data in the table:

  • Jamie Gomez should finish somewhere around 8:10 in his IM debut in Cairns with a pretty wide range of 8:00 to 8:30.
  • Emma Pallant (at IM Austria) and Laura Philipp (at IM Germany) could be able to post a finish time of about 9:00 hours. Based on her 70.3 rating, Sara True should be just a few minutes slower in Frankfurt.

The data for Anne Haug shows the limits of this analysis and the resulting predictions: The conversion of Anne’s 70.3 rating to a finish time at IM Germany sees her finish at around 8:45 which is somewhat unlikely – after all the course record by Daniela Ryf is 8:51! The data shows Anne’s potential on the full Ironman distance,  and while it won’t be a surprise to see her finish sub-9 in Frankfurt, there’s a lot that has to go right for her to challenge Daniela or last year’s winner Sarah Crowley at this year’s IM Germany.

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Ironman Boulder 2018 (June 10th) – Seedings

IMBoulder

Previous Winners

Year Male Winner Time Female Winner Time
2014 Justin Daerr (USA) 08:20:26 Danielle Mack (USA) 09:19:54
2017 Timothy O’Donnell (USA) 08:13:30 Rachel Joyce (GBR) 09:13:32

Last Year’s TOP 3

Here’s the link to the full results from IM Boulder 2017.

Male Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Timothy O’Donnell USA 00:49:20 04:24:25 02:53:55 08:13:30
2 Matt Chrabot USA 00:50:25 04:30:33 03:07:42 08:34:36
3 Patrick Mckeon USA 00:57:08 04:35:15 03:03:40 08:42:24

Female Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Rachel Joyce GBR 00:54:59 04:56:09 03:16:01 09:13:32
2 Heather Jackson USA 00:59:51 04:49:06 03:26:09 09:20:42
3 Danielle Mack USA 01:04:46 05:11:02 03:20:24 09:42:16

Course Records

Leg Gender Record Athlete Date
Total overall 08:13:30 Timothy O’Donnell 2017-06-11
Swim overall 00:49:20 Timothy O’Donnell 2017-06-11
Bike overall 04:24:25 Timothy O’Donnell 2017-06-11
Run overall 02:53:55 Timothy O’Donnell 2017-06-11
Total female 09:13:32 Rachel Joyce 2017-06-11
Swim female 00:54:02 Laura Bennett 2014-08-03
Bike female 04:49:06 Heather Jackson 2017-06-11
Run female 03:16:01 Rachel Joyce 2017-06-11

Course Rating

The Course Rating for IM Boulder is – 03:11.

Race Adjustments for IM Boulder

Year Adjustment Swim Adj. Bike Adj. Run Adj. # of Finishers Rating Swim Rating Bike Rating Run Rating
2014 -01:54 -00:35 17:17 -08:46 13 of 16 -01:54 -00:35 17:17 -08:46
2017 -04:27 -01:50 11:52 -08:35 18 of 25 -03:11 -01:12 14:34 -08:40

KPR points and Prize Money

IM Boulder is a P-2000 race. It has a total prize purse of 40.000 US$, paying 6 deep.

Male Race Participants

The strength of the field is 5% of a typical Kona field.

# Bib Name Nat Expected Rating ESwim EBike ET2 ERun Consistency Overall
1 5 Chris Leiferman USA 08:22:02 08:26:38 00:53:13 04:25:03 05:23:16 02:58:46 100% +0% -0% (2) (31)
2 4 Joe Gambles AUS 08:27:38 08:33:27 00:50:50 04:28:52 05:24:42 03:02:56 21% +27% -52% (12) 60
3 6 Kevin Collington USA 08:29:34 08:31:40 00:49:43 04:32:18 05:27:01 03:02:33 28% +32% -40% (5) 57
4 9 Patrick Mckeon USA 08:39:48 08:43:34 00:56:53 04:34:17 05:36:10 03:03:38 100% +0% -0% (2) (87)
5 1 Justin Daerr USA 08:41:10 08:41:44 00:54:06 04:33:17 05:32:23 03:08:47 78% +3% -19% (35) 83
6 12 Trevor Delsaut FRA 08:42:43 08:46:30 00:54:19 04:35:45 05:35:04 03:07:39 29% +15% -55% (29) 97
7 7 Jonathan Shearon USA 08:43:15 08:45:57 00:56:02 04:31:30 05:32:31 03:10:44 57% +18% -25% (21) 93
8 2 Chris McDonald AUS 08:49:06 08:48:45 00:54:46 04:33:04 05:32:51 03:16:15 57% +9% -34% (48) 109
9 3 Paul Ambrose AUS 08:50:10 08:47:02 00:52:37 04:32:46 05:30:22 03:19:48 68% +1% -31% (26) 100
10 15 Tripp Hipple USA 08:56:02 09:06:35 00:54:28 04:34:11 05:33:40 03:22:22 51% +0% -49% (5) 168
11 11 Sam Long USA 08:56:48 08:57:30 00:59:17 04:33:40 05:37:57 03:18:51 77% +0% -23% (5) 141
12 21 Colin Laughery USA 09:05:39 09:16:13 00:58:11 04:42:43 05:45:53 03:19:46 73% +27% -0% (9) 200
13 17 Steven Zawaski USA 09:07:06 09:42:34 00:59:29 04:46:19 05:50:47 03:16:19 46% +0% -54% (2) (264)
14 19 Jason Pohl CAN 09:07:06 09:17:36 01:00:58 04:47:32 05:53:30 03:13:36 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (204)
15 20 Mike Schifferle SUI 09:10:24 09:12:12 01:02:42 04:43:07 05:50:48 03:19:36 87% +7% -6% (71) 191
16 22 AJ Baucco USA 09:10:36 09:10:56 00:54:59 04:46:37 05:46:35 03:24:01 64% +0% -36% (7) (189)
17 25 Douglas MacLean USA 09:22:13 09:22:54 01:00:10 04:55:35 06:00:46 03:21:27 98% +2% -0% (17) 219
18 23 Jonathan Fecik USA 09:33:35 09:34:57 00:58:42 04:48:59 05:52:42 03:40:53 65% +25% -10% (5) 250
19 8 Robbie Wade IRL 10:04:14 10:34:30 01:00:43 04:59:24 06:05:07 03:59:07 7% +0% -93% (4) (295)
10 Justin Metzler USA n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
14 Kennett Peterson USA n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (1 IM Pro race) (n/a)
16 Chris Schroeder USA n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
18 Andrew Talansky USA n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
24 Brian Folts USA n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
26 Rob Chalfant USA n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
27 Steve Mantell USA n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)

Female Race Participants

The strength of the field is 5% of a typical Kona field.

# Bib Name Nat Expected Rating ESwim EBike ET2 ERun Consistency Overall
1 32 Angela Naeth * CAN 09:19:04 09:39:17 01:00:53 04:49:41 05:55:34 03:23:30 16% +28% -56% (6) (48)
2 36 Kirsty Jahn CAN 09:30:38 09:39:22 00:57:51 05:02:48 06:05:39 03:24:59 65% +0% -35% (3) (48)
3 34 Haley Chura USA 09:33:12 09:28:38 00:52:29 05:03:12 06:00:40 03:32:32 83% +7% -10% (11) 32
4 38 Katy Evans USA 09:38:20 09:49:25 00:56:35 05:09:25 06:11:01 03:27:19 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (70)
5 35 Emma-Kate Lidbury GBR 09:42:31 09:48:56 00:55:25 04:59:31 05:59:56 03:42:35 100% +0% -0% (2) (69)
6 31 Dede Griesbauer * USA 09:45:28 09:47:22 00:54:41 04:57:43 05:57:24 03:48:04 43% +13% -44% (28) 59
7 33 Uli Bromme USA 09:50:59 09:47:51 01:04:47 05:04:12 06:13:59 03:37:00 62% +22% -16% (15) 61
8 37 Ashley Paulson USA 10:03:21 10:12:56 01:15:29 05:20:51 06:41:20 03:22:01 60% +14% -27% (9) 110
9 39 Anne Basso FRA 10:12:53 10:14:51 00:59:43 05:20:07 06:24:50 03:48:03 65% +5% -30% (19) 113
10 42 Amanda Wendorff USA 10:13:14 10:13:15 01:01:56 05:03:02 06:09:58 04:03:16 87% +0% -13% (4) 111
11 44 Kimberly Goodell USA 10:15:33 10:25:11 01:04:41 05:23:10 06:32:51 03:42:42 100% +0% -0% (2) (123)
12 40 Erin Green USA 10:15:42 10:17:56 01:03:38 05:19:07 06:27:46 03:47:56 84% +16% -0% (5) 115
13 43 Sarah Jarvis GER 10:17:18 10:19:08 01:02:57 05:20:55 06:28:53 03:48:25 90% +0% -10% (6) 117
14 41 Palmira Alvarez MEX 10:19:05 10:21:58 01:10:18 05:15:34 06:30:52 03:48:13 85% +15% -0% (6) 120
45 Monica Folts 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.

Winning Odds

Male Race Participants

  • Chris Leiferman: 44% (1-1)
  • Kevin Collington: 21% (4-1)
  • Joe Gambles: 16% (5-1)
  • Patrick Mckeon: 7% (13-1)
  • Justin Daerr: 4% (24-1)
  • Jonathan Shearon: 3% (29-1)
  • Trevor Delsaut: 3% (33-1)

Female Race Participants

  • Angela Naeth: 33% (2-1)
  • Kirsty Jahn: 29% (2-1)
  • Haley Chura: 26% (3-1)
  • Emma-Kate Lidbury: 5% (21-1)
  • Dede Griesbauer: 4% (27-1)
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Ironman Austria 2018 (July 1st) – Entry List

Male Race Participants

Name Nation KPR points KPR races
David McNamee GBR 7870 1+2 (6480/640)
Christian Kramer GER 2355 2+1
Miquel Blanchart Tinto ESP 1920 2+0
Thiago Vinhal BRA 1900 1+0
Johann Ackermann GER 1160 1+2 (685/195)
Michael Patrick Alonso Mckernan ESP 960 1+0
Bas Diederen NED 720 1+0
David Plese SLO 675 1+2 (385/35)
Michael Ruenz GER 616 2+1
Michael Raelert GER 400 0+1
Sebastian Norberg SWE 215 1+0
Markus Liebelt GER 135 0+1
Pavel Simko SVK 135 1+1
Freddy Lampret ZAF 87 1+1
Hans Muehlbauer GER 50 1+0
Marek Nemcik SVK 46 3+1 (2/1)
Paul Reitmayr AUT 30 0+1
Hans Christian Tungesvik NOR 10 0+1
Alain Djouad-Guibert MOR 5 0+1
Nicholas Chase USA 2 0+2 (0/1)
Michal Ivanco SVK 2 1+0
Lukas Polan CZE 1 0+1
Fredrik Baeckson SWE 0 0+0
Victor Del Corral ESP 0 0+0
Sebastian Guhr GER 0 0+0
Aleksander Kochetkov LTU 0 0+0
Josef Krivanek CZE 0 0+0
Daniel Niederreiter AUT 0 0+0
Andreas Niedrig GER 0 0+0
Jonas Oerarbaeck SWE 0 0+0
Simon Schwarz GER 0 0+0
Michal Volejnik CZE 0 0+0
Florian Boegge GER    
Christian Haupt GER    
Markus Leukermoser AUT    

Female Race Participants

Name Nation KPR points KPR races
Susie Cheetham GBR 8560 2+1
Mareen Hufe GER 4775 3+0 (540/0)
Emma Pallant GBR 3620 0+2 (0/920)
Lisa Huetthaler AUT 3080 1+2 (1600/640)
Sara Svensk SWE 2410 1+1
Jessie Donavan USA 2165 2+1
Kelly Fillnow USA 1980 3+1 (215/85)
Eva Wutti AUT 1165 0+2 (0/540)
Celine Schaerer SUI 980 1+1
Caroline Livesey GBR 440 1+1
Steph Corker CAN 120 1+0
Helena Herrero Gomez ESP 120 1+0
Francesca Sanjana GBR 26 0+2 (0/6)
Simona Krivankova CZE 0 0+0
Emily Loughnan AUS    
Antonina Reznikov ISR    
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Ironman Philippines 2018 (June 3rd) – Seedings

IMPHI_LogoThis is the first race on this course.

KPR points and Prize Money

IM Philippines is a P-2000 race. It has a total prize purse of 25.000 US$, paying 6 deep.

Male Race Participants

The strength of the field is 2% of a typical Kona field.

# Bib Name Nat Expected Rating ESwim EBike ET2 ERun Consistency Overall
1 12 Mike Phillips NZL 08:22:03 08:27:21 00:49:33 04:33:06 05:27:38 02:54:25 66% +34% -0% (3) 33
2 1 Cameron Brown NZL 08:24:38 08:23:48 00:51:02 04:40:57 05:37:00 02:47:38 70% +7% -23% (36) 24
3 15 Fredrik Croneborg SWE 08:34:15 08:37:09 00:51:05 04:43:41 05:39:46 02:54:29 64% +14% -22% (14) 70
4 8 Daniil Sapunov * UKR 08:42:14 08:48:22 00:48:35 04:49:30 05:43:05 02:59:09 68% +7% -25% (10) 108
5 3 Simon Cochrane NZL 08:45:43 08:52:45 00:50:21 04:47:14 05:42:35 03:03:08 55% +26% -19% (22) 125
6 4 Guy Crawford NZL 08:58:02 09:10:21 00:50:05 04:39:15 05:34:19 03:23:43 43% +25% -32% (16) 184
7 2 Nick Baldwin SEY 08:59:44 09:03:42 00:53:09 04:48:58 05:47:07 03:12:37 58% +0% -42% (21) 163
8 14 Freddy Lampret ZAF 09:32:39 09:58:05 00:54:20 05:01:10 06:00:31 03:32:08 21% +9% -71% (13) 279
9 5 Eneko Elosegui ESP 09:34:22 09:41:30 01:00:39 04:59:32 06:05:11 03:29:11 71% +7% -22% (20) 264
10 7 Arland Macasieb PHI 10:25:17 10:48:23 01:05:42 05:28:44 06:39:26 03:45:51 23% +0% -77% (12) (300)
11 6 Aleksander Kochetkov * LTU 10:55:28 11:11:58 01:09:07 05:43:54 06:58:01 03:57:27 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (302)
12 11 Daniel Brown AUS 11:00:25 11:16:56 01:05:18 05:47:53 06:58:10 04:02:15 45% +0% -55% (4) 302
13 13 Marek Nemcik SVK 11:17:25 11:56:30 01:13:25 05:37:40 06:56:05 04:21:20 32% +24% -44% (45) 305

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

Female Race Participants

The strength of the field is 9% of a typical Kona field.

# Bib Name Nat Expected Rating ESwim EBike ET2 ERun Consistency Overall
1 37 Liz Blatchford * AUS 09:16:02 09:15:41 00:51:47 05:12:20 06:09:07 03:06:55 93% +7% -0% (9) (8)
2 33 Dimity-Lee Duke AUS 09:40:24 09:45:12 00:59:50 05:15:07 06:19:58 03:20:26 65% +8% -27% (15) 53
3 32 Laurel Wassner USA 09:42:19 09:50:28 00:54:44 05:22:10 06:21:54 03:20:25 64% +9% -28% (13) 71
4 38 Camilla Lindholm Borg * SWE 09:42:26 09:48:08 01:06:51 05:13:54 06:25:45 03:16:41 74% +10% -16% (19) 60
5 34 Saleta Castro Nogueira * ESP 09:48:17 09:49:07 00:55:43 05:29:33 06:30:16 03:18:01 78% +15% -6% (16) 67
6 31 Alise Selsmark * AUS 09:56:26 10:11:27 00:53:57 05:31:28 06:30:24 03:26:02 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (105)
7 30 Simone Maier GER 09:58:02 10:01:39 01:06:15 05:19:41 06:30:56 03:27:06 75% +3% -22% (9) (85)
8 36 Julia Grant NZL 10:04:41 10:14:46 01:00:01 05:32:10 06:37:11 03:27:30 52% +31% -17% (9) 110
9 39 Shiao-yu Li TWN 10:05:34 10:11:47 01:05:45 05:28:26 06:39:10 03:26:24 55% +8% -36% (17) 106
10 28 Kate Bevilaqua AUS 10:12:32 10:18:17 00:56:32 05:28:19 06:29:52 03:42:40 29% +3% -68% (31) 114
11 29 Erin Furness NZL 10:22:14 10:30:33 01:03:13 05:38:16 06:46:29 03:35:45 75% +7% -18% (7) (131)
12 35 Jana Candrova CZE 10:33:55 10:45:34 01:07:01 05:39:54 06:51:55 03:42:00 72% +0% -28% (19) 145

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

Winning Odds

Male Race Participants

This race looks like a duel between the New Zealanders Cam Brown and Mile Philipps, but Frederik Croneborg is often racing well in the tough Asian heat and humidity.

  • Cameron Brown: 42% (1-1)
  • Mike Phillips: 39% (2-1)
  • Fredrik Croneborg: 14% (6-1)

Female Race Participants

Based on her previous results, Liz Blatchford has to be considered the clear favorite, even if this would be her first Ironman after giving birth to daughter Mahli.

  • Liz Blatchford: 82% (1-1)
  • Laurel Wassner: 5% (18-1)
  • Dimity-Lee Duke: 5% (21-1)
  • Camilla Lindholm Borg: 4% (22-1)
  • Saleta Castro Nogueira: 3% (36-1)
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