This year’s IM Sweden was one of the faster editions of this race, indicating that the wind conditions were quite favorable. But as it was a WPRO only race and there were only three previously rated PRO athletes, the strength of this analysis is not very high.
Kristin Möller was able to hold the distance to the front on the bike, and the race best 2:55 marathon (second fastest of all year so far!) allowed her to win by a comfortable margin.
|Rank||Name||Nation||Swim||Bike||Run||Time||Diff to expected||Prize Money|
|1||Kristin Moeller||GER||01:02:48||05:12:09||02:55:09||09:14:39||01:38||US$ 20000|
|2||Lucie Reed||CZE||00:54:03||05:11:35||03:11:11||09:21:31||-03:30||US$ 10000|
|3||Carolin Lehrieder||GER||00:57:47||05:01:25||03:22:15||09:24:30||-01:39||US$ 6500|
|4||Julia Montgomery||SWE||01:06:49||05:13:43||03:40:08||10:05:04||n/a||US$ 4000|
|5||Jessica Ahlund||SWE||01:02:46||05:27:26||03:56:48||10:31:03||n/a||US$ 3000|
With her win after a lot of racing in July, Kristin finally secured an August Kona slot.