Male Pro time gaps in run – Ironman World Championship 2014

There are only a couple of guys that on paper can take this race now. Vanhoenacker and Van Lierde are the picks.

3 Sebastian Kienle DEU 3.2 mi 06:48 / mi 05:19:42
26 Maik Twelsiek DEU 3.2 mi 07:19 / mi 05:23:47 00:04:05
24 Marino Vanhoenacker BEL 3.2 mi 06:43 / mi 05:24:19 00:04:37
1 Frederik Van Lierde BEL 3.2 mi 06:32 / mi 05:27:51 00:08:09
41 Ben Hoffman USA 3.2 mi 06:53 / mi 05:27:59 00:08:17
43 Nils Frommhold DEU 3.2 mi 06:33 / mi 05:29:45 00:10:03
46 Romain Guillaume FRA 3.2 mi 08:05 / mi 05:30:18 00:10:36
38 Cyril Viennot FRA 3.2 mi 06:44 / mi 05:30:26 00:10:44
54 Andreas Raelert DEU 3.2 mi 07:26 / mi 05:32:27 00:12:45
20 Tim Van Berkel AUS 3.2 mi 06:27 / mi 05:32:34 00:12:52
21 Daniel Halksworth GBR 3.2 mi 07:26 / mi 05:32:44 00:13:02
6 Tim O’Donnell USA 3.2 mi 06:31 / mi 05:32:45 00:13:03
9 Jan Frodeno DEU 3.2 mi 06:13 / mi 05:32:48 00:13:06
15 Andy Potts USA 3.2 mi 06:47 / mi 05:33:21 00:13:39
30 Paul Matthews AUS 3.2 mi 06:21 / mi 05:34:10 00:14:28
17 Igor Amorelli BRA 3.2 mi 20.72 mph 05:34:22 00:14:40
50 Tim Reed AUS 3.2 mi 05:09 / mi 05:34:40 00:14:58
47 Marko Albert EST 3.2 mi 07:26 / mi 05:34:45 00:15:03

 

3 Sebastian Kienle DEU 5.2 mi 06:24 / mi 05:51:14
26 Maik Twelsiek DEU 5.2 mi 07:12 / mi 05:58:37 00:07:23
24 Marino Vanhoenacker BEL 5.2 mi 07:05 / mi 05:59:15 00:08:01
41 Ben Hoffman USA 5.2 mi 06:29 / mi 06:00:06 00:08:52
1 Frederik Van Lierde BEL 5.2 mi 06:33 / mi 06:00:29 00:09:15
43 Nils Frommhold DEU 5.2 mi 06:46 / mi 06:03:19 00:12:05
54 Andreas Raelert DEU 5.2 mi 06:14 / mi 06:03:34 00:12:20
38 Cyril Viennot FRA 5.2 mi 06:47 / mi 06:03:51 00:12:37
15 Andy Potts USA 5.2 mi 06:10 / mi 06:04:18 00:13:04
9 Jan Frodeno DEU 5.2 mi 06:18 / mi 06:04:21 00:13:07
6 Tim O’Donnell USA 5.2 mi 06:31 / mi 06:04:22 00:13:08
20 Tim Van Berkel AUS 5.2 mi 06:31 / mi 06:04:51 00:13:37
46 Romain Guillaume FRA 5.2 mi 07:01 / mi 06:05:03 00:13:49
30 Paul Matthews AUS 5.2 mi 06:40 / mi 06:06:43 00:15:29

 

3 Sebastian Kienle DEU 10.2 mi 06:13 / mi 06:23:12
1 Frederik Van Lierde BEL 10.2 mi 06:10 / mi 06:32:23 00:09:11
41 Ben Hoffman USA 10.2 mi 06:20 / mi 06:32:41 00:09:29
24 Marino Vanhoenacker BEL 10.2 mi 06:33 / mi 06:33:12 00:10:00
26 Maik Twelsiek DEU 10.2 mi 06:49 / mi 06:33:52 00:10:40
54 Andreas Raelert DEU 10.2 mi 05:58 / mi 06:34:40 00:11:28
15 Andy Potts USA 10.2 mi 06:10 / mi 06:35:50 00:12:38
9 Jan Frodeno DEU 10.2 mi 06:13 / mi 06:36:19 00:13:07
20 Tim Van Berkel AUS 10.2 mi 06:07 / mi 06:36:47 00:13:35
43 Nils Frommhold DEU 10.2 mi 06:29 / mi 06:36:52 00:13:40
38 Cyril Viennot FRA 10.2 mi 06:24 / mi 06:36:55 00:13:43
6 Tim O’Donnell USA 10.2 mi 06:25 / mi 06:37:36 00:14:24
46 Romain Guillaume FRA 10.2 mi 06:43 / mi 06:39:46 00:16:34
30 Paul Matthews AUS 10.2 mi 06:45 / mi 06:41:13 00:18:01
2 Luke McKenzie AUS 10.2 mi 06:27 / mi 06:42:20 00:19:08
50 Tim Reed AUS 10.2 mi 06:46 / mi 06:42:49 00:19:37
4 Bart Aernouts BEL 10.2 mi 06:18 / mi 06:42:52 00:19:40
11 Craig Alexander AUS 10.2 mi 06:29 / mi 06:43:42 00:20:30
53 Ronnie Schildknecht CHE 10.2 mi 06:30 / mi 06:44:58 00:21:46
47 Marko Albert EST 10.2 mi 06:48 / mi 06:45:36 00:22:24
16 Michael Weiss AUT 10.2 mi 06:35 / mi 06:47:28 00:24:16

 

 

 

Karl Hayes

Head of Rest and Recovery

Karl is a keen age group triathlete who races more than he trains. Good life balance! Karl works in the media industry in Australia and is passionate about the sport of triathlon.