2017 Fast Times, Great Performances – Part 5: Run (Women)

Fastest Times

There was a total of eleven sub-3 runs by Ironwomen this season. The fastest was by Kelly Williamson at IM Texas, Kristin Moeller had two sub-3s in Brasil and Hamburg, Lisa Roberts even had three within two months.

Rank Name Actual Time Race
1 Kelly Williamson 02:56:30 IM Texas on 2017-04-22
2 Daniela Ryf 02:57:27 IM South Africa on 2017-04-02
3 Eva Wutti 02:57:43 IM Austria on 2017-07-02
4 Lisa Roberts 02:57:58 Challenge Madrid on 2017-09-24
5 Kristin Moeller 02:58:10 IM Hamburg on 2017-08-13
6 Kristin Moeller 02:58:42 IM Brasil on 2017-05-28
7 Lisa Roberts 02:59:09 IM Louisville on 2017-10-15
8 Malindi Elmore 02:59:10 IM Texas on 2017-04-22
9 Kaisa Sali 02:59:10 IM South Africa on 2017-04-02
10 Lisa Roberts 02:59:19 IM Cozumel on 2017-11-26
11 Jocelyn McCauley 02:59:40 IM New Zealand on 2017-03-04

Best Performances

Lisa’s run at Challenge Madrid was the best run performance in 2017 – a lot of athletes struggled on the run in Madrid, but she was able to run another sub-3.

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Foto: Lisa on the run at Challenge Madrid. Credit: Challenge Madrid

Even though no woman was able to break 3 hours on the Kona marathon, there are three Kona runs in the Top 10 performances.

Rank Name Normalized Time Actual Time Race
1 Lisa Roberts 02:54:53 02:57:58 Challenge Madrid on 2017-09-24
2 Daniela Ryf 02:56:40 03:00:02 IM Hawaii on 2017-10-14
3 Kaisa Sali 02:58:09 03:01:33 IM Hawaii on 2017-10-14
4 Daniela Ryf 02:58:57 02:57:27 IM South Africa on 2017-04-02
5 Jocelyn McCauley 03:00:38 02:59:40 IM New Zealand on 2017-03-04
6 Kaisa Sali 03:00:40 02:59:10 IM South Africa on 2017-04-02
7 Kelly Williamson 03:01:32 02:56:30 IM Texas on 2017-04-22
8 Eva Wutti 03:01:36 02:57:43 IM Austria on 2017-07-02
9 Sarah Crowley 03:02:07 03:05:36 IM Hawaii on 2017-10-14
10 Lisa Roberts 03:02:42 02:59:19 IM Cozumel on 2017-11-26

2017 Ratings

With Mirinda Carfrae (the #1-ranked runner at the end of 2016) not racing this year and dropping from the rankings, Daniela is now also the best female runner. With their improved run ratings, Kaisa Sali and Lisa Roberts have been closing the gap to Daniela and are ranked second and third.

Rank Name Nation Rating Last Race # IM Races
1 (2) Daniela Ryf SUI 03:02:35 (-0:50) IM Hawaii on 2017-10-14 11
2 (4) Kaisa Sali FIN 03:02:59 (-1:41) IM Arizona on 2017-11-19 6
3 (7) Lisa Roberts USA 03:03:31 (-2:27) IM Cozumel on 2017-11-26 18
4 (3) Kristin Moeller GER 03:04:10 (+0:44) IM Hamburg on 2017-08-13 23
5 (5) Kelly Williamson USA 03:05:24 (+0:01) IM Arizona on 2017-11-19 17
6 (-) Eva Wutti AUT 03:05:49 (n/a) IM Hamburg on 2017-08-13 8
7 (8) Susie Cheetham GBR 03:06:57 (+0:32) IM Hawaii on 2017-10-14 7
8 (10) Linsey Corbin USA 03:08:06 (+0:39) IM Hawaii on 2017-10-14 23
9 (11) Heather Jackson USA 03:08:30 (+0:33) IM Hawaii on 2017-10-14 8
10 (17) Elisabeth Gruber AUT 03:08:48 (-1:16) IM Italy on 2017-09-23 10
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