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70.3 worlds men's race thread
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Gomez.

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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [kjmcawesome] [ In reply to ]
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Hoping kienle will surprise us with a stellar run.
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [frenchieTT] [ In reply to ]
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How can I watch coverage of this?
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [Jackets] [ In reply to ]
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [frenchieTT] [ In reply to ]
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frenchieTT wrote:
Hoping kienle will surprise us with a stellar run.

He will come off the bike amongst the top 3 if he is in-form
The run is anyone guess, if Javier is within 2 mins, he should win it

Think Timbo Reed has his eye on the Kona prize, so i don;t expect the same gallant run like last year

Will be interesting!
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [asianzone] [ In reply to ]
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Enjoying the switch up of Lieto and Welch for commentating. Welch is calmer and sounds great with the smaller role 'on the ground'.

Dede G is a nice addition too.
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [mitchrapp] [ In reply to ]
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Looks like Kanute and Javi are killing that swim. No surprise there.
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [TulkasTri] [ In reply to ]
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Ben can ride and if he and Gomez work together they can get a good gap. Looks pretty promising for Gomez.
TulkasTri wrote:
Looks like Kanute and Javi are killing that swim. No surprise there.
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [sp1ke] [ In reply to ]
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Bike should be interesting. Big chase group. Though it did just split.
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [dyarab] [ In reply to ]
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Where is Sebi??
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [TulkasTri] [ In reply to ]
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TulkasTri wrote:
Where is Sebi??

Four minutes down, I think. Gonna be tough for him.
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [Dan Funk] [ In reply to ]
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Dan Funk wrote:
TulkasTri wrote:
Where is Sebi??


Four minutes down, I think. Gonna be tough for him.

Come on Sebi, make it happen!!!
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [devashish_paul] [ In reply to ]
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TOP 10 Pro Men - Out Of Swim
1 24:03 Ben Kanute
2 24:08 0:05 Javier Gomez
3 24:58 0:56 Tim Don
4 25:01 0:58 Carlos Javier Quincha
5 25:01 0:58 Sam Appleton
6 25:04 1:01 Matt Chrabot
7 25:05 1:03 Mauricio Mendez Cruz
8 25:06 1:03 Rodolphe Von Berg
9 25:07 1:04 Maurice Clavel
10 25:07 1:05 Ivan Kalashnikov
11 25:09 1:07 Antoine Jolicoeur Des
12 25:15 1:13 Reinaldo Colucci
13 25:18 1:15 Tyler Butterfield
14 25:20 1:17 Tim Reed
15 25:20 1:18 Felipe Van De Wyngard
16 25:22 1:19 Brent McMahon
17 25:27 1:24 Pieter Heemeryck
18 25:40 1:38 Patrick Dirksmeier
19 25:43 1:41 Yvan Jarrige
20 25:45 1:42 Eric Watson
21 26:24 2:21 Ivan Tutukin
22 26:25 2:22 Drew Scott
23 26:31 2:28 Kevin Collington
24 26:36 2:33 Jackson Laundry
25 26:37 2:35 Taylor Reid
26 26:39 2:36 Andreas Dreitz
27 27:36 3:34 Matt Hanson
28 28:17 4:14 Trevor Wurtele
29 28:18 4:15 Mario De Elias
30 28:22 4:19 Sebastian Kienle
31 28:22 4:19 Jesse Thomas
32 28:23 4:20 Adam Otstot
33 28:44 4:41 Alan Carrillo Avila
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [TulkasTri] [ In reply to ]
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TOP 20 Pro Men - Thru Bike Split 2 - 8.06 mi
1 49:56 Ben Kanute
2 50:51 0:55 Javier Gomez
3 52:09 2:13 Tim Don
4 52:13 2:17 Matt Chrabot
5 52:15 2:20 Pieter Heemeryck
6 52:18 2:22 Maurice Clavel
7 52:20 2:24 Sam Appleton
8 52:23 2:27 Reinaldo Colucci
9 52:25 2:29 Rodolphe Von Berg
10 52:34 2:38 Mauricio Mendez Cruz
11 53:10 3:14 Brent McMahon
12 53:28 3:32 Ivan Kalashnikov
13 53:43 3:47 Tim Reed
14 53:44 3:48 Yvan Jarrige
15 53:46 3:50 Carlos Javier Quincha
16 54:06 4:10 Tyler Butterfield
17 54:12 4:16 Andreas Dreitz
18 54:16 4:21 Taylor Reid
19 54:20 4:24 Ivan Tutukin
20 54:22 4:27 Kevin Collington

Doesn't look like Sebi is making up time.
Last edited by: TulkasTri: Sep 10, 17 5:28
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [TulkasTri] [ In reply to ]
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Looks like no wetsuit for men pros but wetsuit for age groupers? What is the water temp for age groupers to have wetsuit?
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [devashish_paul] [ In reply to ]
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It's it 76.1? Pros is lower right... it's early. 69 for Pros? You would think we would know this shit. lol
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [devashish_paul] [ In reply to ]
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devashish_paul wrote:
Dan Funk wrote:
TulkasTri wrote:
Where is Sebi??


Four minutes down, I think. Gonna be tough for him.


Come on Sebi, make it happen!!!

He's making his move. He just passed a lot of people.
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [dyarab] [ In reply to ]
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dyarab wrote:
It's it 76.1? Pros is lower right... it's early. 69 for Pros? You would think we would know this shit. lol

I was wondering what the temp is so that age groupers got wetsuit.

Anyway, Sebi just blew by the Butterfield - Reed group at a massive speed differential
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [TulkasTri] [ In reply to ]
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TulkasTri wrote:
devashish_paul wrote:
Dan Funk wrote:
TulkasTri wrote:
Where is Sebi??


Four minutes down, I think. Gonna be tough for him.


Come on Sebi, make it happen!!!


He's making his move. He just passed a lot of people.


I think the announcer said he is up to 4th on the road. Is that correct? He is closing on Drietz.

Nice course, no drafting for the pro men that I can see. Nice job so far to WTC and the pros too.
Last edited by: devashish_paul: Sep 10, 17 5:48
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [devashish_paul] [ In reply to ]
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devashish_paul wrote:
TulkasTri wrote:
devashish_paul wrote:
Dan Funk wrote:
TulkasTri wrote:
Where is Sebi??


Four minutes down, I think. Gonna be tough for him.


Come on Sebi, make it happen!!!


He's making his move. He just passed a lot of people.


I think the announcer said he is up to 4th on the road. Is that correct? He is closing on Drietz

I heard the same thing, but I think that's wrong.
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [TulkasTri] [ In reply to ]
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Sebi just told the moto to get out of his way, lol. He is on a mission.
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [timr] [ In reply to ]
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Did you guys see Javi mess up a bit the last turn of the swim? He took a straight line at the last turn buoy, and a kayaker told him where to go. Happens even to the best of them.
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [TulkasTri] [ In reply to ]
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He kept following the lead kayaker. Looks like he was in a zone. Seeing Ben go left should have been a sign.
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [timr] [ In reply to ]
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timr wrote:
He kept following the lead kayaker. Looks like he was in a zone. Seeing Ben go left should have been a sign.

I was surprised, as he was on Kanute's feet all of the swim, but he split off in the last 300m.
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Re: 70.3 worlds men's race thread [timr] [ In reply to ]
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timr wrote:
Sebi just told the moto to get out of his way, lol. He is on a mission.

This is the (1/Brownlee) gesture. Brownlee would have told the moto to get in front of him
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