With Ironman Hawaii done and dusted, we turn our thoughts to the stats…
We’ve been sent selected Strava data for pro athletes Ben Hoffman (who finished second), Ronnie Schildnecht (12th) and Christian Kramer (DNF), as well as GB age-grouper Dan Cole (171st in the M40-44 category).
Ben Hoffman (USA)
Hoffman covered the 42km run in 2:51:33, maintaining a pace of 4:04/km and burning 3,758 calories in the process. Full Strava data here.
Ronnie Schildnecht (SUI)
Schildnecht burned just over 4,000 calories on the run, maintaining an average pace of 4:16/km and completing it in 2:54:42 – full data here.
Christian Kramer (GER)
Kramer completed the 180km bike in 4:41:26, maintaining an average speed of 38.5kph and topping out at 73.8kph – full data here.
Dan Cole (550th overall)
The British age-grouper averaged a pace of 1:44mins/100m across the 3.8km swim in Kaiua Bay, and on the bike his max speed was only just behind Kramer’s. Run data is unfortunately incomplete, but it looks like he was averaging 5mins/km before his batteries ran out.
(Main image: Paul Phillips)
Have you shared your Kona data on Strava? Let us know in the comments below!