IM Sweden 2012 – Analyzing Results

Race Conditions

According to my calculations, IM Sweden was a medium fast course with an adjustment of 8:45. (This  number looks a bit suspicious, and I’m looking into it. Update: I’ve done a pretty involved analysis on how I’m calculation adjustments and course ratings. I noticed that my current algorithm is not very good in dealing with very slow and very fast races and discards a lot of results in these cases as “too far off”. I’m working on improving this, in the meantime 25:00 minutes is a better estimate of IM Sweden’s course rating, i.e. it is a very fast course, probably even faster than Roth or Austria.)

Male Results

On the men’s side, Jan Raphael had a strong race, was in the mix for the whole day and posted the fastest run to finally win another Ironman:

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Actual Time Expected Time
1 Jan Raphael GER 00:48:32 04:26:32 02:45:44 08:04:01 08:29:40
2 Dorian Wagner GER 00:48:38 04:26:31 02:49:49 08:08:06 08:39:52
3 Horst Reichel GER 00:48:16 04:27:09 02:51:00 08:10:12 09:19:21
4 Jonas Djurback SWE 00:48:29 04:26:51 02:52:37 08:10:51 09:08:14
5 Anton Blokhin UKR 00:48:40 04:30:54 02:50:41 08:13:56 08:51:33
6 Andi Boecherer GER 00:48:15 04:26:37 02:56:55 08:15:26 08:32:59
7 Sergio Marques PRT 00:53:17 04:31:35 02:48:20 08:16:21 08:54:39
8 Karl-Johan Danielsson SWE 00:48:45 04:24:20 03:05:09 08:21:04 n/a
9 Teemu Lemmettylae FIN 00:58:39 04:25:48 02:53:39 08:21:51 09:01:10
10 Christophe Bastie FRA 00:52:53 04:27:38 02:58:02 08:21:54 08:45:16
11 Andrey Lyatskiy RUS 00:48:37 04:30:58 03:00:49 08:24:20 08:57:30
12 Jens Groenbek DEN 00:50:28 04:34:36 02:57:40 08:25:26 08:42:56
13 David Naesvik SWE 00:54:47 04:30:17 03:00:59 08:28:53 09:01:20
14 Heinrich Sickl AUT 00:55:23 04:29:37 03:09:34 08:37:43 09:33:49
15 Ted Aas SWE 00:53:31 04:31:14 03:13:02 08:40:47 09:11:24
16 Raul Furtado BRA 00:53:20 04:30:45 03:15:56 08:43:54 08:59:12
17 Jonas Colting SWE 00:50:14 04:34:36 03:13:00 08:45:02 09:41:19
18 Luke Dragstra USA 00:50:41 04:34:13 03:30:39 08:59:07 08:52:17
19 Teemu Kyllonen GBR 01:02:26 04:37:24 03:17:19 09:03:10 n/a
20 Ari Saukko FIN 00:57:54 04:42:43 04:07:15 09:52:29 n/a
21 Marek Nemcik SVK 01:12:30 05:12:31 04:27:19 10:58:00 11:58:35
22 Ivan Kharin RUS 01:12:45 04:46:16 05:22:17 11:26:25 11:15:18

Female Results

The home country was very happy to see a local winner. Again, it took the fastest run to put away the race:

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Actual Time Expected Time
1 Asa Lundström SWE 01:00:17 04:51:45 03:18:19 09:13:27 09:46:47
2 Dana Wagner GER 00:58:55 04:48:47 03:31:30 09:22:32 09:55:40
3 Emi Sakai JPN 01:04:48 04:53:38 03:31:05 09:34:36 10:26:18
4 Rebekka Essmüller GER 00:55:03 04:57:28 03:42:28 09:39:02 10:06:00
5 Helene Malmkvist SWE 01:07:47 04:48:42 04:23:32 10:28:14 n/a
6 Zsuzsanna Harsanyi HUN 01:04:59 05:31:48 04:01:42 10:44:38 10:55:11
7 Conny Dauben GER 01:10:53 05:22:26 04:22:04 11:00:03 10:50:11
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