Ironman Mont Tremblant 2017 (August 20th) – Seedings

IMMtT_Logo Update Aug 10th: Andreas Raelert has announced that he won’t be racing IM Mont Tremblant but will focus on the 2018 racing season instead. There have been a few more changes based on the latest start list.

Previous Winners

Year Male Winner Time Female Winner Time
2012 Romain Guillaume (FRA) 08:40:48 Jessie Donavan (USA) 09:30:46
2013 Luke Bell (AUS) 08:26:06 Mary Beth Ellis (USA) 09:07:56
2014 TJ Tollakson (USA) 08:16:17 Sara Gross (CAN) 09:40:26
2015 Jordan Rapp (USA) 08:17:37 Mary Beth Ellis (USA) 09:09:05
2016 Chris Leiferman (USA) 08:24:59 Mary Beth Ellis (USA) 09:26:37

Last Year’s TOP 3

Male Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Chris Leiferman USA 00:58:56 04:36:09 02:45:09 08:24:59
2 Jordan Rapp USA 00:58:59 04:30:35 02:54:53 08:29:57
3 Stephen Kilshaw CAN 00:58:47 04:35:00 02:54:04 08:34:16

Female Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time
1 Mary Beth Ellis USA 01:00:59 04:59:24 03:18:48 09:26:37
2 Laurel Wassner USA 01:03:44 05:09:14 03:11:51 09:32:45
3 Jessica Jones USA 01:05:49 05:28:14 03:20:25 10:00:43

Course Records

Leg Gender Record Athlete Date
Total overall 08:16:17 TJ Tollakson 2014-08-17
Swim overall 00:47:45 Brandon Marsh 2013-08-18
Bike overall 04:25:01 Jordan Rapp 2015-08-16
Run overall 02:45:09 Chris Leiferman 2016-08-21
Total female 09:07:56 Mary Beth Ellis 2013-08-18
Swim female 00:49:22 Haley Chura 2013-08-18
Bike female 04:53:21 Mary Beth Ellis 2015-08-16
Run female 03:00:37 Lisa Roberts 2015-08-16

Course Rating

The Course Rating for IM Mont Tremblant is 04:02.

Race Adjustments for IM Mont Tremblant

Year Adjustment Swim Adj. Bike Adj. Run Adj. # of Finishers Rating Swim Rating Bike Rating Run Rating
2012 13:18 -00:34 06:55 03:38 13 13:18 -00:34 06:55 03:38
2013 06:44 00:00 04:13 02:16 36 10:01 -00:17 05:34 02:57
2014 04:40 -01:03 03:10 03:00 16 of 24 08:14 -00:32 04:46 02:58
2015 06:30 00:36 08:10 00:34 35 of 41 07:48 -00:15 05:37 02:22
2016 -11:04 -07:07 05:23 -03:00 24 of 30 04:02 -01:38 05:34 01:18

KPR points and Prize Money

IM Mont Tremblant is a P-2000 race. It has a total prize purse of 40.000 US$.

Male Race Participants

The strength of the field is 4% of a typical Kona field.

There is a number of athletes that are unlikely to race, either because they are likely to focus on the fall season (such as Leon Griffin) or have already qualified for Kona (such as Reinaldo Colucci). Both are intact not racing.

Rank Bib Name Nation Expected Time Rating Exp. Swim Exp. Bike Exp. T2 Exp. Run Consistency Overall
1 1 Marino Vanhoenacker BEL 08:13:56 08:21:27 00:51:43 04:25:42 05:22:25 02:51:31 51% +9% -41% (26) 13
2 5 Leon Griffin AUS 08:21:37 08:46:27 00:50:02 04:33:02 05:28:03 02:53:34 3% +36% -61% (9) 93
3 3 Andreas Raelert GER 08:23:17 08:35:21 00:50:16 04:29:19 05:24:34 02:58:43 18% +8% -74% (22) 54
4 8 Stephen Kilshaw CAN 08:26:59 08:51:27 00:53:52 04:35:20 05:34:11 02:52:48 27% +72% -1% (10) 108
5 7 Reinaldo Colucci BRA 08:32:18 08:35:20 00:49:17 04:37:04 05:31:21 03:00:57 5% +95% -0% (7) 53
6 2 Chris McDonald AUS 08:40:01 08:43:43 00:54:44 04:37:38 05:37:22 03:02:39 70% +13% -17% (45) 83
7 4 Patrick Evoe USA 08:48:46 08:53:21 00:57:17 04:39:54 05:42:11 03:06:35 80% +3% -17% (26) 117
8 14 Derek Garcia USA 08:51:23 09:00:55 00:55:09 04:41:19 05:41:28 03:09:55 73% +18% -9% (11) (145)
9 11 Daniel Clarke CAN 08:58:16 09:15:58 00:59:13 04:47:37 05:51:50 03:06:26 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (192)
10 9 Chad Holderbaum USA 08:59:48 09:10:01 00:55:58 04:47:38 05:48:36 03:11:12 72% +4% -23% (14) 172
11 6 Petr Vabrousek CZE 09:05:31 09:15:42 00:58:41 04:53:17 05:56:58 03:08:33 67% +1% -32% (98) 190
12 13 Wouter Monchy BEL 09:07:33 09:18:39 00:52:35 04:57:47 05:55:22 03:12:11 47% +32% -21% (5) 197
13 18 Douglas MacLean USA 09:13:20 09:21:44 00:59:43 04:59:48 06:04:31 03:08:49 97% +3% -0% (16) 206
14 23 Ryan Rau USA 09:14:43 09:24:05 01:01:04 05:00:08 06:06:12 03:08:31 93% +7% -0% (6) (211)
15 15 Oliver Gonzalez MEX 09:23:13 09:33:31 00:52:51 05:15:01 06:12:52 03:10:21 100% +0% -0% (5) 238
16 16 Matt Shanks USA 09:28:46 09:46:06 01:01:21 05:08:06 06:14:26 03:14:20 58% +18% -25% (6) 262
17 21 Peter Kotland CZE 09:36:40 09:49:47 01:00:23 05:00:58 06:06:21 03:30:19 74% +16% -10% (25) 266
18 20 Sacha Cavelier CAN 10:15:41 10:35:43 01:00:49 05:11:31 06:17:20 03:58:21 40% +60% -0% (2) (301)
10 Antoine Jolicoeur Desroches CAN n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
12 Jordan Monnink CAN n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
17 Jason Pohl CAN n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
19 Alex Vanderlinden CAN n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
22 Tim Russell 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 9% of a typical Kona field.

Rank Bib Name Nation Expected Time Rating Exp. Swim Exp. Bike Exp. T2 Exp. Run Consistency Overall
1 32 Rachel Joyce GBR 09:06:51 09:16:06 00:54:19 05:01:27 06:00:47 03:06:04 58% +16% -26% (19) 8
2 35 Lauren Brandon USA 09:23:00 09:35:44 00:49:47 05:06:01 06:00:47 03:22:13 76% +0% -24% (3) (42)
3 33 Laurel Wassner USA 09:28:21 09:48:30 00:56:50 05:15:05 06:16:55 03:11:26 70% +13% -17% (11) 65
4 36 Melanie McQuaid CAN 09:30:39 09:49:48 00:59:23 05:04:40 06:09:03 03:21:36 44% +0% -56% (3) (68)
5 34 Kim Schwabenbauer USA 09:30:56 09:36:49 01:03:39 05:11:34 06:20:13 03:10:43 80% +0% -20% (11) (42)
6 43 Jennie Hansen USA 09:32:55 09:45:01 01:05:46 05:13:45 06:24:31 03:08:24 71% +0% -29% (10) (57)
7 31 Magali Tisseyre CAN 09:34:31 09:59:20 00:55:59 05:11:02 06:12:02 03:22:29 49% +0% -51% (2) (78)
8 37 Darbi Roberts * USA 09:41:33 09:54:59 00:55:49 05:18:03 06:18:53 03:22:40 50% +0% -50% (8) 76
9 50 Caroline St-Pierre CAN 09:53:11 10:16:46 00:58:25 05:34:36 06:38:01 03:15:10 58% +0% -42% (3) (114)
10 38 Brooke Brown CAN 09:53:26 10:00:43 01:04:06 05:19:18 06:28:23 03:25:03 40% +0% -60% (12) 80
11 48 Miranda Tomenson CAN 09:59:44 10:19:27 00:59:15 05:18:01 06:22:16 03:37:28 n/a (1 IM Pro race) (120)
12 42 Ashley Paulson USA 10:05:33 10:20:16 01:15:01 05:30:47 06:50:49 03:14:44 69% +0% -31% (4) 120
13 44 Christine Fletcher CAN 10:06:08 10:11:21 01:00:40 05:24:36 06:30:16 03:35:52 78% +4% -18% (22) 103
14 40 Erin Green USA 10:09:58 10:20:57 01:04:09 05:30:56 06:40:06 03:29:52 68% +32% -0% (3) 122
15 39 Sarah Jarvis GER 10:18:19 10:26:23 01:02:56 05:30:24 06:38:20 03:39:59 79% +0% -21% (4) 132
16 49 Caroline Martineau CAN 10:23:56 10:53:31 01:05:49 05:27:27 06:38:16 03:45:40 26% +22% -51% (7) 155
17 46 Kate Bruck USA 10:26:03 10:39:37 01:05:12 05:41:19 06:51:30 03:34:33 37% +0% -63% (5) 152
18 47 Katy Cargiulo USA 10:51:18 10:59:08 01:09:48 05:52:50 07:07:39 03:43:39 100% +0% -0% (4) 156
41 Valerie Belanger CAN n/a unrated unrated unrated unrated unrated n/a (no IM Pro race) (n/a)
45 Kelly O’Mara 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

  • Marino Vanhoenacker: 53% (1-1)
  • Stephen Kilshaw: 21% (4-1)
  • Leon Griffin: 10% (10-1)
  • Andreas Raelert: 7% (14-1)
  • Reinaldo Colucci: 5% (18-1)
  • Chris McDonald: 4% (25-1)

Female Race Participants

  • Rachel Joyce: 41% (1-1)
  • Laurel Wassner: 17% (5-1)
  • Lauren Brandon: 15% (6-1)
  • Kim Schwabenbauer: 15% (6-1)
  • Jennie Hansen: 6% (14-1)
  • Melanie McQuaid: 4% (25-1)

Kona Qualifying

Male Race Participants

A few athletes are looking to score some more points in order to qualify for Kona:

  • Marino Vanhoenacker (in case he’s interested in a slot) would be okay with a podium finish.
  • Chris McDonald and Andreas Raelert will need a win to get close to qualifying, but even then a slot is not safe for Andreas.

Female Race Participants

Lauren Brandon is already qualified, but she announced that she still plans to race Mont Tremblant. Others will still need some points:

  • Rachel Joyce (in case she decides to race again so soon after Whistler) would need a fifth place to be safe for a slot.
  • Darbi Roberts, Magali Tisseyre and Brooke Brown will need a second place or a win if they want to have a chance to make it to Kona.
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