Shortest Time for Multiple Wins

With Terenzo Bozzone winning three races within three weeks, this seemed to be the perfect time to delve deeper into my data and look at the shortest time spans between multiple wins over half- and full-distance triathlons. I’ve stopped at five wins – with that many wins there is usually one longer gap between wins so it isn’t really “one hot streak” anymore.

To avoid any confusion (3 weekends? 3 weeks?), I’m listing the number of days between the first win and the last win in a series. Therefore, “3 wins in 15 days” corresponds to 3 wins “on 3 consecutive weekends” and “within 2 weeks”.

As always with these statistics, I have to add one word of caution: My Ironman results data go back to 2005 (and the 70.3 data to 2015), so I may have missed some older “winnings streaks”. Any pointers will be much appreciated!

Two Wins

Only IM-distance

  • Daniela Ryf: 7 days (July 17th to July 24th 2016) to win Challenge Roth and IM Switzerland
  • Paula Newby-Fraser: 13 days (June 28th to July 11th 1992) to win IM Japan and IM Germany
  • Lucy Gossage: 13 days (September 10th to September 23rd 2017) to win IM Wales and IM Italy
  • Rebecca Preston: 14 days (July 2nd to July 16th 2006) to win IM Austria and IM Switzerland
  • Victor Del Corral: 15 days (November 2nd to November 17th 2013) to win IM Florida and IM Arizona

Mixed distances

  • Terenzo Bozzone: 6 days (December 4th to December 10th 2016) to win IM Western Australia and 70.3 Bahrain
  • Michael Raelert: 7 days (November 9th to November 16th 2014) to win 70.3 Mandurah and 70.3 Ballarat
  • Domenico Passuello: 7 days (April 5th to April 12th 2015) to win 70.3 Putrajaya and IM Taiwan
  • Eva Wutti: 7 days (June 28th to July 5th 2015) to win IM Austria and 70.3 Norway
  • Matt Trautman: 7 days (June 12th to June 19th 2016) to win 70.3 Staffordshire and 70.3 Durban
  • Rudi Wild: 7 days (March 12th to March 19th 2017) to win 70.3 Subic Bay and 70.3 Taiwan
  • Holly Lawrence: 7 days (May 5th to May 12th 2017) to win 70.3 St. George and 70.3 Santa Rosa
  • Melissa Hauschildt: 7 days (November 26th to December 3rd 2017) to win 70.3 Western Sydney and IM Western Australia
  • Terenzo Bozzone: 7 days (March 11th to March 18th) to win 70.3 Bariloche and 70.3 Campeche

Three Wins

  • Terenzo Bozzone: 15 days (March 3rd to March 18th 2018) to win at IM New Zealand, 70.3 Bariloche and 70.3 Campeche
  • Michael Raelert: 21 days (October 26th to November 16th 2014) to win at 70.3 Miami, 70.3 Mandurah and 70.3 Ballarat
  • Lucy Charles: 27 days (May 7th to June 3rd 2017) to win Challenge Lisboa, IM Lanzarote and Challenge Samorin
  • Daniela Ryf: 28 days (July 27th to August 24th 2014) to win at IM Switzerland, 70.3 Wiesbaden and IM Copenhagen
  • Lionel Sanders: 28 days (June 21st to July 19th 2015) to win at 70.3 Mont Tremblant, 70.3 Muskoka and 70.3 Racine
  • Laura Philipp: 29 days (May 13th to June 11th 2017) to win at 70.3 Mallorca, 70.3 Austria and 70.3 Kraichgau
  • Andy Potts: 28 days (June 26th to July 24th 2016) to win at 70.3 Coeur d’Alene, 70.3 Vineman and IM Canada

Four Wins

  • Michael Raelert: 41 days (October 26th to December 6th 2014) to win at 70.3 Miami, 70.3 Mandurah, 70.3 Ballarat and Challenge Bahrain
  • Daniela Ryf: 42 days (July 27th to September 7th 2014) to win at IM Switzerland, 70.3 Wiesbaden, IM Copenhagen and 70.3 Worlds
  • Daniela Ryf: 71 days (April 25th to July 5th 2015) to win Challenge Fuerteventura, 70.3 Mallorca, 70.3 Switzerland and IM Germany
  • Holly Lawrence: 71 days (May 6th to July 16th 2017) to win at 70.3 St. George, 70.3 Santa Rosa, 70.3 Mont Tremblant and 70.3 Racine
  • Lucy Charles: 83 days (May 7th to July 29th 2017) to win Challenge Lisboa, IM Lanzarote, Challenge Samorin and Challenge Prague
  • Lionel Sanders: 84 days (April 26th to July 19th 2015) to win at 70.3 Texas, 70.3 Mont Tremblant, 70.3 Muskoka and 70.3 Racine
  • Heather Wurtele: 84 days (March 20th to June 12th 2016) to win at 70.3 Monterrey, 70.3 California, 70.3 St. George and 70.3 Victoria

Five Wins

  • Michael Raelert: 83 days (September 14th to December 6th 2014) to win at 70.3 Ruegen, 70.3 Miami, 70.3 Mandurah, 70.3 Ballarat and Challenge Bahrain
  • Daniela Ryf: 98 days (June 1st to September 7th 2014) to win at 70.3 Switzerland, IM Switzerland, 70.3 Wiesbaden, IM Copenhagen and 70.3 Worlds

2 Responses to Shortest Time for Multiple Wins

  1. Thomas March 19, 2018 at 8:47 pm #

    Zweimal Datum 70.3 WC 2014 falsch bei Ryf.

    Guter Artikel. Ich kann dir auf Twitter keine DM schicken, weil du mir nicht folgst.

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