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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [Ajax Bay] [ In reply to ]
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sanders with a penalty, center line, ugh....
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [pwai] [ In reply to ]
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pwai wrote:
I would have expected more timing mats than usual on a WC race. Not having frequently updated gaps makes the race dynamics hard to follow.

Just look at the tracker it's not that hard
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [monty] [ In reply to ]
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monty wrote:
sanders with a penalty, center line, ugh....

How much is that 4 minutes?
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [pk] [ In reply to ]
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pk wrote:
pwai wrote:
I would have expected more timing mats than usual on a WC race. Not having frequently updated gaps makes the race dynamics hard to follow.


Just look at the tracker it's not that hard

But the tracker just works off the timing mats and otherwise just estimates where people are??? There is no real time GPS like PTO had in Singapore.
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [CementBottle] [ In reply to ]
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CementBottle wrote:
monty wrote:
sanders with a penalty, center line, ugh....
How much is that 4 minutes?
No I think that that was a 30 second one, like Lawrence yesterday. And the tracker suggests he might have served that already because he dropped from Long by give or take one minute.
Rinny and co bigging up Laundry, but he's not as fast as Long and won't catch 3 minutes on Margirier and Niieschlag. Latter has not put his nose in the wind for 80km. Foot race between those two.
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [CementBottle] [ In reply to ]
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CementBottle wrote:
monty wrote:
sanders with a penalty, center line, ugh....


How much is that 4 minutes?

Should be a DQ, but sounds like the officials are discussing with head official what the circumstances are with it......

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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [CementBottle] [ In reply to ]
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [Amnesia] [ In reply to ]
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Literally never heard of half the guys in the Top 5. Complete no names.

This is the way it's going to be from now on, PTO races will be utterly stacked and unmissable, and Ironman races will be glorified age group events
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [TheGOAT] [ In reply to ]
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Literally never heard of half the guys in the Top 10. Complete no names.

This is the way it's going to be from now on, PTO races will be utterly stacked and unmissable, and Ironman races will be glorified age group events
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [TheGOAT] [ In reply to ]
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Literally never heard of half the guys in the Top 5. Complete no names.

This is the way it's going to be from now on, PTO races will be utterly stacked and unmissable, and Ironman races will be glorified age group events

Keep your pants on, who was in Singapore that isn't here today (that isn't out with illness).

Plenty of 'names' getting their arse handed to them today by 'no names'...
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [TheGOAT] [ In reply to ]
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Agree other than Funk And Long and Jackson. I’m also at a loss.

Guessing B grade professionals.

Other than funk who is all class.
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [TheGOAT] [ In reply to ]
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Literally never heard of half the guys in the Top 5. Complete no names.

This is the way it's going to be from now on, PTO races will be utterly stacked and unmissable, and Ironman races will be glorified age group events


Apparently in you don't race in North America you are a nobody, a mere age grouper.

AndyLangdon wrote:
Agree other than Funk And Long and Jackson. I’m also at a loss.

Guessing B grade professionals.

Other than funk who is all class.


B grade professionals that put 3 mins on A grade professionals on A grade races.

Check out their PTO ranking and results.

Sorry to say that races in Germany and France are way more competitive than in the US.
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [beachedbeluga] [ In reply to ]
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I think it’s a DQ, but I might be wrong

It’s a DQ in Australia.

Mind you can’t see it in the Ironman rules.

https://cdn1.sportngin.com/...AL_March_31_2023.pdf
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 [ In reply to ]
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Yep. DQ for sanders. Crossed the centre line. Talbot posted
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 [AndyLangdon] [ In reply to ]
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AndyLangdon wrote:
Yep. DQ for sanders. Crossed the centre line. Talbot posted

Tracker shows he is still running? Is he allowed to just run the course?
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [anakinpm] [ In reply to ]
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anakinpm wrote:
TheGOAT wrote:
Literally never heard of half the guys in the Top 5. Complete no names.

This is the way it's going to be from now on, PTO races will be utterly stacked and unmissable, and Ironman races will be glorified age group events


Apparently in you don't race in North America you are a nobody, a mere age grouper.

AndyLangdon wrote:
Agree other than Funk And Long and Jackson. I’m also at a loss.

Guessing B grade professionals.

Other than funk who is all class.


B grade professionals that put 3 mins on A grade professionals on A grade races.

Check out their PTO ranking and results.

Sorry to say that races in Germany and France are way more competitive than in the US.

That outcyle the north American age groupers long sanders kanute
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [anakinpm] [ In reply to ]
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anakinpm wrote:
TheGOAT wrote:
Literally never heard of half the guys in the Top 5. Complete no names.

This is the way it's going to be from now on, PTO races will be utterly stacked and unmissable, and Ironman races will be glorified age group events


Apparently in you don't race in North America you are a nobody, a mere age grouper.

AndyLangdon wrote:
Agree other than Funk And Long and Jackson. I’m also at a loss.

Guessing B grade professionals.

Other than funk who is all class.


B grade professionals that put 3 mins on A grade professionals on A grade races.

Check out their PTO ranking and results.

Sorry to say that races in Germany and France are way more competitive than in the US.

Couldn’t agree more. Welcome to Europe.
Also, better get prepared for some more so-called B graders to shake things up in Nice.
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [pk] [ In reply to ]
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pk wrote:
anakinpm wrote:
TheGOAT wrote:
Literally never heard of half the guys in the Top 5. Complete no names.

This is the way it's going to be from now on, PTO races will be utterly stacked and unmissable, and Ironman races will be glorified age group events


Apparently in you don't race in North America you are a nobody, a mere age grouper.

AndyLangdon wrote:
Agree other than Funk And Long and Jackson. I’m also at a loss.

Guessing B grade professionals.

Other than funk who is all class.



B grade professionals that put 3 mins on A grade professionals on A grade races.

Check out their PTO ranking and results.

Sorry to say that races in Germany and France are way more competitive than in the US.


That outcyle the north American age groupers long sanders kanute

Aye what is all this chat about no names ha ha?

I think maybe watch some European races. Alot of talent that goes under the radar.

As it stands none of the North American "big names" are on the podium......
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [Adman] [ In reply to ]
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A lot of (fast) horses with no name today.
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [Adman] [ In reply to ]
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Also I think we have to talk about KB.

That schedule was always going to end like this.
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 [CementBottle] [ In reply to ]
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CementBottle wrote:
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Yep. DQ for sanders. Crossed the centre line. Talbot posted


Tracker shows he is still running? Is he allowed to just run the course?

Talbot posted he’s out. Just going on his post
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [pwai] [ In reply to ]
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pwai wrote:
anakinpm wrote:
TheGOAT wrote:
Literally never heard of half the guys in the Top 5. Complete no name
Apparently in you don't race in North America you are a nobody, a mere age grouper.
AndyLangdon wrote:
Agree other than Funk And Long and Jackson. I’m also at a loss.
Guessing B grade professionals.
B grade professionals that put 3 mins on A grade professionals on A grade races.
Check out their PTO ranking and results.
Sorry to say that races in Germany and France are way more competitive than in the US.

Couldn’t agree more. Welcome to Europe.
Also, better get prepared for some more so-called B graders to shake things up in Nice.
@TheGOAT and @AndyLangdon you are merely sharing your ignorance, maybe lack of interest in race results.
Agree with @pwai
Bogen and Teagle have both run sub 1:13.
Margirier (PTO #12) still the likely winner. Nieschlag (Lanza winner) clearly not on his best.
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 [AndyLangdon] [ In reply to ]
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 (Lahti) [Ajax Bay] [ In reply to ]
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Yep you are right. That’s why so many no names have won kona. Oh hang on.
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Re: IM 70.3 World Championships 2023 [AndyLangdon] [ In reply to ]
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CementBottle wrote:
AndyLangdon wrote:
Yep. DQ for sanders. Crossed the centre line. Talbot posted


Tracker shows he is still running? Is he allowed to just run the course?


Talbot posted he’s out. Just going on his post

Going to be an interesting post-race video.....
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