Another piece of race analysis, demonstrating a very controlled day at Challenge Roth and the variation in successful approaches to Ironman
A second Ironman UK case study, this time looking at how Roger Canham put together an age-group winning performance to finish fourteenth overall.
Examining some other explanations for my athlete’s underperformance on the run at Ironman UK.
First attempts to develop a bike strategy for Ironman from course GPS and rider stats. Putting together a plan for Ironman Mont-Tremblant.
A speculative comparison of how Ironman running and Marathon running differ based upon a handful of race results.
Unable to let the problem lie. A further examination of Challenge Roth data and the relationship between bike and run.
A look at the relationship between performance in individual disciplines and overall performance at Challenge Roth 2012.
Throughout most of the race one thought preoccupied me: I want to stop. The race report – surviving Challenge Roth 2012.
An addendum to yesterday’s post on analysing Ironman power data as I attempt to factor course profiles into the process.
A chart heavy overview of the analysis I apply to Ironman power data in order to better understand race performance.