Introducing a series of blogs for the coming months that will cover many aspects of how I use power in Ironman training.
Examining the relationship between bike and run in the Ironman World Championship 2012 Results. As I asked at Roth, does a slower run follow a faster bike?
An analysis of age grouper Mike O’Brien’s power data and performance at the Ironman World Championship 2012.
Full race splits for every athlete at the Ironman World Championship 2012. Also a quick look at the performance of the top 10 male and female Pros.
Top level statistics from the Kona data. Looking at performances in each sport across the age groups.
A day after the Ironman World Championship 2012 and there wasn’t a decent form of results available – so I went ahead and made my own spreadsheet.
One of my athletes provides a good example of how the Performance Management Chart can be effectively used to plan training.
Advice on racing in Kona, particularly aimed at my athlete out there, but applicable to most.
More examination of race data from Ironman Wales, this time looking at a number of quite different performances.
First piece of race analysis from Ironman Wales. A long and detailed look at Ben Unsworth’s performance on race day.