Ironman Wales 2022 – Analyzing Results

IMWalesCourse Conditions

As always, IM Wales was hard with only slow times. Joe Skipper had some issues on the bike losing a fair amount of time, but was still able to post a new course record, improving on Arnaud Guillaux’s time from 2019 by more than 12 minutes. Of course, this required him also posting a new run course record – his 2:37 marathon was 11 minutes quicker than the 2011 time set by Jeremy Jurkiewicz with a 2:48.

Kona Qualifying

IM Wales is the start of Kona 2023 qualifying. With only one slot and no previously qualified athletes, this slot will go to

  • Joe Skipper

I have created a new page showing all athletes qualified for 2023.

Male Race Results

Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time Diff to exp. Prize Money
1 Joe Skipper GBR 00:49:38 05:00:28 02:37:24 08:35:48 -01:08 US$ 15,000
2 Boris Stein GER 00:52:31 04:46:19 02:56:24 08:43:53 -04:56 US$ 9,000
3 Kevin Maurel FRA 00:49:29 04:53:37 02:58:22 08:50:37 -02:13 US$ 7,000
4 Andrej Vistica CRO 00:57:29 04:58:04 02:47:18 08:52:17 -06:02 US$ 5,000
5 Andrew Horsfall Turner GBR 00:44:28 04:49:36 03:16:11 08:58:35 n/a US$ 4,000
6 Victor Arroyo Bugallo ESP 00:56:39 05:00:07 02:56:24 09:02:02 05:15 US$ 3,000
7 Finn Arentz GBR 00:52:08 05:10:54 02:56:28 09:08:46 n/a US$ 2,500
8 Dougal Allan NZL 00:53:43 04:52:58 03:14:31 09:11:03 10:57 US$ 2,000
9 Maximilian Hammerle AUT 00:52:47 05:07:34 03:08:49 09:18:59 18:27 US$ 1,500
10 Francesc Artigues Ramis ESP 00:58:47 05:12:48 03:19:46 09:41:52 -01:23 US$ 1,000
11 Simon Billeau FRA 00:56:17 05:21:32 04:03:02 10:39:48 1:05:17  
12 Peter Willem Spiekermann GER 00:58:20 06:03:14 03:36:15 10:52:31 n/a  
  Harry Palmer GBR 00:48:23 05:05:37   DNF    
  Joel Wooldridge AUS 00:52:55 05:50:44   DNF    
  William Mennesson FRA 00:49:23     DNF    
  Arthur Horseau FRA 00:52:22     DNF    
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