Ironman Florida 2019 – Analyzing Results

IMFloridaCourse Conditions

As usual, Florida has been a fast course (adjustment of 21:57, leading to a new course rating of 22:12) but not quite as quick as in previous years (the fastest year was 2013 with an adjustment of 33:24).

Andrew Starykowicz was able to post a new bike course record of 4:01:19, improving on his own time from 2013, setting the new fastest bike leg outside of IM Texas. Second place finisher Ben Hoffman posted a new run course CR of 2:36:09, improving on the 2013 marathon of Victor Del Corral. This is also the fastest run time ever (outside of the the Texas 2018 race and not counting some obviously short courses).

The overall course record was also by Victor Del Corral from 2013 (7:53), both Joe Skipper and Ben Hoffman were able to go faster this year. Joe’s winning time of 7:46:28 is the new CR. Joe was also close to the fastest times in the bike and run, and his combined “on land time” of 6:44:52 is the fastest time I could find in my database (previously Lionel Sanders 6:47:09 from Arizona 2016).

Kona Qualifiers

IM Florida has two male Kona slots, these go to the first two finishers

  • Joe Skipper
    and
  • Ben Hoffman.

Male Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time Diff to exp. Prize Money
1 Joe Skipper GBR 00:54:18 04:05:51 02:39:01 07:46:28 -11:08 US$ 20,000
2 Ben Hoffman USA 00:49:08 04:17:15 02:36:09 07:48:29 -02:36 US$ 10,000
3 Andrew Starykowicz USA 00:50:55 04:01:19 02:58:36 07:56:32 -11:23 US$ 6,500
4 Denis Chevrot FRA 00:50:42 04:16:13 02:49:49 08:02:22 -05:43 US$ 4,000
5 Ruedi Wild SUI 00:51:35 04:17:15 02:49:09 08:03:21 00:29 US$ 3,000
6 Justin Metzler USA 00:50:36 04:16:49 02:51:26 08:03:53 -35:02 US$ 2,000
7 Tyler Butterfield BMU 00:53:00 04:21:42 02:42:58 08:05:38 -14:54 US$ 1,500
8 Jesper Svensson SWE 00:49:05 04:09:18 03:03:14 08:07:02 -03:18 US$ 1,250
9 Raul Tejada GTM 00:53:37 04:22:51 02:46:31 08:08:55 -17:58 US$ 1,000
10 Pedro Gomes POR 00:53:02 04:23:42 02:49:00 08:11:06 -14:56 US$ 750
11 Tripp Hipple USA 00:56:20 04:18:11 02:56:01 08:17:21 -03:01  
12 Karl-Johan Danielsson SWE 00:53:00 04:21:02 02:59:26 08:20:20 -14:33  
13 Hans Christian Tungesvik NOR 00:56:51 04:20:46 03:05:55 08:28:41 -10:04  
14 Cedric Boily CAN 00:53:26 04:36:47 02:50:25 08:29:58 10:47  
15 Clay Emge USA 00:57:38 04:34:11 02:55:21 08:35:42 -00:31  
16 Michiel De Wilde BEL 00:58:48 04:34:09 03:02:18 08:42:44 n/a  
17 Brad Williams USA 00:58:56 04:22:34 03:19:35 08:50:42 07:33  
18 Colin Laughery USA 01:04:54 04:37:17 03:02:52 08:53:55 02:09  
19 Alexander Berggren SWE 00:47:57 04:41:44 03:23:06 08:58:38 -35:18  
20 Matthew Shanks USA 01:03:01 04:43:36 03:04:52 08:59:13 -04:35  
21 Taylor Reid CAN 00:52:55 04:24:01 03:38:01 09:00:16 n/a  
22 Jonathan Fecik USA 00:56:09 04:29:53 03:27:18 09:00:48 -03:12  
23 Bjoern Laibacher GER 00:56:01 04:36:04 03:35:03 09:17:58 47:14  
24 Yorlliry Moreno VEN 00:54:41 04:52:12 03:28:20 09:24:31 n/a  
25 Derek Kidwell USA 00:52:57 04:34:29 04:07:26 09:42:35 42:25  
26 Jason Pohl CAN 00:55:39 04:34:43 04:17:45 09:54:03 1:10:26  
27 Tiago Depaula BRA 01:00:19 04:48:14 04:04:27 10:01:32 n/a  
  Johann Ackermann GER 00:49:02 04:24:09   DNF    
  Brent McMahon CAN 00:50:15 04:25:55   DNF    
  Peru Alfaro San Ildefonso ESP 00:48:37 04:51:24 02:43:22 DNF    
  Raymond Botelho USA 00:57:35 07:56:54   DNF    
  David Breuer GER 00:50:44     DNF    
  Sam Proctor GBR 00:54:47     DNF    
  Scott Defilippis USA 00:59:34     DNF    
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