I think iun Schmunk's ordered world it would go as follows
Sector Distance, Sector Time, Overall Distance, Overall TimeorSector Distance, Overall Distance, Sector Time, Overall Time
Overall Distance, Sector Distance, Sector Time, Overall Time
CDO not OCD
Should start speeding up once he makes the turn
Sector: 15.3 mi 51:56 17.68 mi/hOverall 60.5 mi 4:05:09 21.04mi/h
First male pro has gone through T2 - Marion Vanhoenacker.
Sector: 14.8 mi 00:35:47 24.82 mi/hOverall 75.3 mi 03:28:20 21.69mi/h
Total Time 04:40:56
Faris is still in the budgie smugglers!
Got to call it a night
I've been on Rosey's blog - I am once again inspired! Amazing.
Bah - I need to sort something out. My wife wouldn't let me go out for my long bike ride today as she wanted me to look after the twins Oh well - one step at a time - i'm getting all my running in. Long slow run tomorrow night.
With a quick comparison against Vanhoenacker for all but the last two segements vs Rosey would see Rosey come off the bike in 05:18:44. Although would expect an age grouper to tire more in the last parts of a bike leg compared to the leading Pro.
"First male pro has gone through T2 - Marino Vanhoenacker."
He overtook me on the bike once, well I say overtook, lapped would be slightly more accurate
For clarification I have used a linear progression from 75.3 split and have not done a non-linear regression to asses if there is any deviation from a linear relationship for each split done so far.
Although just eyeballed relationship between sector speeds and it looks pretty linear apart from 2nd sector (2.1miles) where Rosey smashed it achieving 0.91 of Vanhoenacker's speed. Average is 0.84.
This thread is missing pie charts and graphs...
I agree - is there a function for that?
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