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2012 24 hour World Championship updates - Katowice Poland (Read 418 times)

DoppleBock


    10 Hour update

     

    1 Morton  123589 - 12.54 km/hr = 187 pace 

     8 Arbona 114320 - 11.50 km/hr = 171.5 pace 

     10 Lewis 112755 - 11.44 km.hr = 170.6 pace 

    32 Fejes 108141 - 10.97 km/hr = 163.6 pace 

    26 McCarthy 106596 - 10.87 km/hr = 162.1 pace 

    76 Savage 101961 - 10.24 km/hr = 152.7 pace

     

    8 hour update - Men

       

    1 Morton  101691.4 - 12.81 km/hr = 191.10 pace 

    4 Arbona 94237.1 - 11.91 km/hr = 177.72 pace 

    12 Lewis 92692.2 - 11.65 km.hr = 173.72 pace 

    26 McCarthy 89602.5 - 11.28 km/hr = 168.27 pace 

    28 Fejes 89602.5 - 11.26 km/hr = 167.93 pace 

    81 Savage 81878.1 - 10.44 km/hr = 155.74 pace

     

    7 hour update - Men - Some of the data and placements looks goofy right now - So I am not spending much time on it

      

    1 Morton  89.602 - 12.97 km/hr = 193.46 pace 

    9 Arbona 83.423 - 11.99 km/hr = 178.8 pace 

    10 Lewis 81.878 - 11.82 km.hr = 176.33 pace 

    24 McCarthy 80.333 - 11.49 km/hr = 171.36 pace 

    30 Fejes 78.778 - 11.43 km/hr = 170.53 pace 

    87 Savage 72.609 - 10.48 km/hr = 156.39 pace

     

    6 hour update - Men

     

    1 Morton 5:53:32  77.2435 - 13.15 km/hr = 196.1 pace

    9 Arbona 5:55:35 71.06402 - 11.99 km/hr = 178.9 pace

    10 Lewis 5:56:30  71.06402 - 11.96 km.hr = 178.4 pace

    24 McCarthy 5:57:34  69.51915 - 11.67 km/hr = 174.0 pace

    30 Fejes 5:54:32  67.97428 - 11.5 km/hr = 171.6 pace

    87 Savage 5:56:34 63.33967 - 10.66 km/hr = 158.98 pace

     

    The US men have taken it our hard - 5 hour update

     

    1 Mike Morton 4:50:34 64.88454 KM - 13.399km / hr = 8.33 MPH ~ 7:12 minute miles = 200 miles in 24 pace

    4 Serge Arbona 4:57:31 60.24993 - 12.151 km/hr = 7.55 mph ~ 7:57 minute miles = 181.2 pace

    5 Harvey Lewis 4:57:33 60.24993 - 12.149 km/hr = 7.55 mph ~ 7:57 = 181.2 pace

    23 Phil MsCadrthy 4:58:31 58.70506 - 11.799 km/hr = 7.33 mph ~ 8:11  = 176 pace

    35 Joe Fejes 4:59:30 57.16019 - 11.451 km/hr = 7.12 mph ~ 8:26 = 171 pace

    90 John Savage 4:52:35 52.52558 - 10.771 km/hr = 6.69 mph ~ 8:58 = 161 pace

     

    Early on there were 4 Japan runners running in a pack - They still occupy position 10-11-12, 14 & 18

     

    Current Temps are 63 - but high of day was already reached @ 66 - it will head steadily down to 52 tonight

    http://a-big-horse.blogspot.com/ 

    2013 Goals ~ Mar < 3:00, 5M < 29, 10k < 35  

     

    DoppleBock


      10 hour update - Women

        

      3   Gardner 105051 km = 10.66km/hr = 159 pace

      12 Bon 100416 = 10.20 km/hr = 152.2 pace

      18 Lundblad 98871 = 10.08 km/hr = 150.3 pace

      20 Haugberg 98874 = 10.0 km/hr = 149.1 pace

      35 Horn 95781 = 9.6 km/hr = 143.2 pace

      93 Johnson 46346.1 - Out

       

      8 hour update - Women

        

      4   Gardner 84967.85 km = 10.77km/hr = 160.6 pace

      11 Bon 81878.11 = 10.46 km/hr = 1556.07 pace

      18 Lundblad 87878.11 = 10.31 km/hr = 153.77 pace

      26 Haugberg 87878.11 = 10.29 km/hr = 153.44 pace

      35 Horn 78788.37 = 9.88 km/hr = 147.35 pace

      93 Johnson 46346.1 =  6.21 km/hr = 92.67  pace (Back off course ?)

       

      7 hour update - Women - Data and placement looks goofy

       

      Gardner 75.699 km = 10.83km/hr = 161.5 pace

      Bon 72.609 = 10.48 km/hr = 156.39 pace

      Hauberk 72.609 = 10.43 km/hr = 155.62 pace

      Lundblad 72.609 = 10.39 km/hr = 154.9 pace

      Horn 69.519 = 10.04 km/hr = 149.73 pace

      Johnson 43.256 =  6.26 km/hr = 93.4 pace (Long time off course ?)

       

      6 hour update - Women

       

      5 Gardner 5:57:31  64.88454 = 10.89 km/hr = 162.42 pace

      13 Hauberk 5:59:30  63.33967 = 10.57 km/hr = 157.68 pace

      18 Bon 5:52:35  61.79480 = 10.52 km/hr = 156.85 pace

      23 Lundblad 5:55:31  61.79480 = 10.43 km/hr = 155.56 pace

      34 Horn 5:57:31  60.24993 = 10.11 km/hr = 150.82 pace

      92 Johnson 5:12:33  38.62175 (Long time off course ?)

       

      5 hour update - US Women are a bit further back, but also runnig fast

       

      6 Connie Gardner 4:56:33  54.07045  = 10.94km/hr = 6.8 mph = 163.2 pace

      10 Lana Hauberk 4:53:30  52.52558 = 10.74 km/hr = 6.67 mph = 160.2 pace

      19 Suzanna Bon 4:58:34  52.52558 = 10.56 km/hr = 6.56 mph = 157.4 pace

      22 Anne Lundblad 4:51:30 50.98071 = 10.49 km/hr = 6.52 mph = 156.5 pace

      36 Deb Horn 4:50:31  49.43584 = 10.2 km/hr = 6.34 mph = 152.3 pace

      89 Carilyn Johnson 4:47:31  37.07688 = 7.74 km/hr = 4.8 mph = 115.4 pace

       

      Remember this is a .96 mile loop

       

      Carilyn seems to be having some issues, but fighting on

      http://a-big-horse.blogspot.com/ 

      2013 Goals ~ Mar < 3:00, 5M < 29, 10k < 35  

       


      Feeling the growl again

        I am sure it is quite rare for anyone to negative split a 24-hr race, but dang....7:12 pace....

        "If you want to be a bad a$s, then do what a bad a$s does.  There's your pep talk for today.  Go Run." -- Slo_Hand

         

        DoppleBock


          http://www.iau-ultramarathon.org/images/file/6H.pdf

           

          I am not sure of exact accuracy - The whole fields seconds are always 30-35 seconds - nothing else - Seems like something is wrong there.

          http://a-big-horse.blogspot.com/ 

          2013 Goals ~ Mar < 3:00, 5M < 29, 10k < 35  

           

            Thanks for the updates, DB. They are flying! I hope Carilyn is ok.
            DoppleBock


              6 hour USA update - Men

               

              1 - 77.243

              9 - 71.064

              10 - 71.064 Top 3 = 219.4

              24 - 69.519

              30 67.974

              87 63.339

               

              6 hour Japan Update - Men

               

              8 - 71.064

              11 - 71.064

              12 - 71.064 Top 3 = 213.2

              13 - 71.064

              17 - 69.519

              55 - 64.884

               

               

              6 Hour France Update - Men

               

              2 - 72.609

              6 - 71.064

              16 - 69.519 Top 3 = 213.2

              25 - 69.519

              41 - 66.429

              95 - 63.339

               

              6 Hour Russia Update - Men

               

              5 - 71.064 

              7 - 71.064

              28 - 67.974 top 3 = 210.1

              29 - 67.974

              48 - 64.884

               

              6 Hour Spain Update - Men

              14 - 69.519

              20 - 69.519

              31 - 67.974 Top 3 = 207.01

              110 - 61.794

               

              6 Hour Italy Update - Men

               

              3 - 71.064

              34 - 67.974

              38 - 66.429 Top 3 = 205.47

              62 - 64.884

              107 - 61.795

               

              6 Hour Latvia Update - Men

              4 - 71.064

              19 - 69.519

              131 - 61.794 Top 3 = 202.4

              http://a-big-horse.blogspot.com/ 

              2013 Goals ~ Mar < 3:00, 5M < 29, 10k < 35  

               

              DoppleBock


                6 hour womens team

                 

                Italy - 190.01

                2 - 67.974

                28 - 61.794

                30 - 60.250

                37 - 60.250

                61 - 57.160

                 

                Great Britian - 191.56

                3 - 66.429

                10 - 63.339

                15 - 61.794

                16 - 61.794

                43 - 58.705

                 

                USA - 188.47

                5 - 64.884

                13 - 63.339

                17 - 61.794

                23 - 61.794

                34 - 60.250

                 

                France - 185.37

                19 - 61.794

                21 - 61.794

                22- 61.794

                24 - 61.794

                25 - 61.794

                31 - 60.250

                 

                Spain - 180.75

                4 - 64.884

                32 - 60.250

                62 - 55.615

                 

                 

                JAPAN - not in running will have no 3rd scorer

                1 - 69.519

                7 - 63.339

                96 - 16.993

                http://a-big-horse.blogspot.com/ 

                2013 Goals ~ Mar < 3:00, 5M < 29, 10k < 35  

                 

                DoppleBock


                  Analysis of Pace Fade

                   

                   

                    10 hour 5 hour   Pace 
                      km/hr km/hr   Fade
                  Morton   12.54 13.40   (0.86)
                  Arbona   11.50 12.15   (0.65)
                  Lewis   11.44 12.15   (0.71)
                  McCarthy   10.87 11.80   (0.93)
                  Fejes   10.97 11.45   (0.48)
                  Savage   10.24 10.77   (0.53)
                             
                             
                  Ryo   11.79 12.00   (0.21)
                  Shingo   11.79 12.00   (0.21)
                  Takhisha   11.68 12.00   (0.31)
                  Yasutoshi   11.36 11.88   (0.52)
                  Masihiko   11.36 12.00   (0.64)
                  Kenji   10.71 11.05   (0.34)
                             
                             
                  Ludovic   11.99 12.27   (0.29)
                  Denis   11.62 12.11   (0.49)
                  Jean Marc   11.44 11.84   (0.39)
                  Jean Francois   11.25 11.69   (0.43)
                  Emmanuel   11.08 11.22   (0.15)
                  Thierry   10.38 10.59   (0.21)

                   

                  I believe to be a useful team scorer the avg pace will have to remain > 10.25 km/hr ~ 246000 meters = 152.89 miles

                  http://a-big-horse.blogspot.com/ 

                  2013 Goals ~ Mar < 3:00, 5M < 29, 10k < 35  

                   


                  HobbyJogger & HobbyRacer

                    It's a 5k. It hurt like hell...then I tried to pick it up. The end.


                    HobbyJogger & HobbyRacer

                      FYI: I tried to do 15hr updates for men for three teams in 2000 group.

                      It's a 5k. It hurt like hell...then I tried to pick it up. The end.


                      HobbyJogger & HobbyRacer

                        From http://www.iau-ultramarathon.org/index.asp?menucode=h08&tmp=tmp3&taal=nl&submenux=Live_coverage&foto=photo3

                        Results for the 24 hour will be placed after the closing ceremonies when the results have become official.

                        ...

                        TEAMS:

                        The competiton by the men becomes a real thriller..
                        With 2 hours to go, USA was leading with 8km now only with 4km... this will certainly be decided in the last 5 minutes of the race ! And also france is only 3km further..
                        1. USA, 2 GER, 3 FRA, 4 JPN, 5 POL
                        By the women the places are taken and we don´t forsee important changes
                        1. USA, 2 GBR, 3.FRA, 4. GER, 5 SWE

                         

                        below table from 23hr, b/c I didn't see 24 available

                         

                        Name Pos kph km
                        Mike Morton 1 11.5 266
                        Jose Jejes 25 10.0 229
                        Harvey Lewis 17 10.2 234
                        USA     729.69
                        Ryo 4 10.7 245
                        Shingo 18 10.1 232
                        Masahiko 20 10.1 231
                        JAP     708.77
                        Ludovic Dilmi 3 10.7 247
                        Emmanuel Fontaine 8 10.5 240
                        Jean Francois H. 13 10.3 236
                        FRA     723.45
                        Florian Reus 2 10.9 251
                        Michael Vanicek 7 10.5 241
                        Patrick Hosl 15 10.2 235
                        GER     726.35

                        It's a 5k. It hurt like hell...then I tried to pick it up. The end.


                        HobbyJogger & HobbyRacer

                          ( United States: ) Women won gold, men won bronze....

                           

                          It's a 5k. It hurt like hell...then I tried to pick it up. The end.


                          Feeling the growl again

                            Three guys running ~150 miles apiece over 24 hours and the top three teams are spread across only 5km....  Shocked

                            "If you want to be a bad a$s, then do what a bad a$s does.  There's your pep talk for today.  Go Run." -- Slo_Hand

                             

                            DoppleBock


                              Germany gold

                              France Silver

                              USA Bronze - By a hair less than 2km

                              http://a-big-horse.blogspot.com/ 

                              2013 Goals ~ Mar < 3:00, 5M < 29, 10k < 35  

                               

                              DoppleBock


                                Congrats to our Gold Medal Women's Team and Bronze Medal Men's Team.   Losing the Gold and Falling all the way to Bronze in the last hour is tough - But Mike Morton, Harvey Lewis and Joe Fejes had Gutsy performances to just get into the position they were in with 1 hour to go.  The fast pace seemed to knock out Japan - Japan had won the Team Gold at  every World Championsip prior to this year.

                                http://a-big-horse.blogspot.com/ 

                                2013 Goals ~ Mar < 3:00, 5M < 29, 10k < 35  

                                 

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