11 Jun, 2020
2 min read
David Mainwaring’s perfect timing enabled him to ride away to victory in the first race of the Super League Triathlon eSports Cycling Series with an average power of 336 watts.
The Australian rode the London 8 Reverse on Zwift at 4.9 watts per kg and with a normalised power of 356 watts.
The highest average power was recorded by Team Norway’s Thor Madsen, whose 390 watts led the field while Team Great Britain’s Alex Yee had the largest watts per kg at a whopping 5.6.
Here’s how some of the numbers stacked up:
David Mainwaring (Australia)Position: 1Time: 36.26Average power: 336wNormalised power: 356wWatts per kg: 4.9Ave heart rate: 175bpm
Leo Bergere (France)Position: 2Time: 36.26Average power: 338wNormalised power: 357wWatts per kg: 5.1Ave heart rate: Unknown
Aaron Royle (Australia)Position: 3Time: 36.27Average power: 336wNormalised power: 358wWatts per kg: 4.9Ave heart rate: 171bpm
Alex Yee (Great Britain)Position: 6Time: 36.26Average power: 319wNormalised power: 331wWatts per kg: 5.6Ave heart rate: 190bpm
Alistair BrownleePosition: 7Time: 36.27Average power: 345wNormalised power: 369wWatts per kg: 4.9Ave heart rate: Unknown
Ben KanutePosition: 20Time: 38.46Average power: 339wNormalised power: 351wWatts per kg: 4.9Ave heart rate: 179bpm
Kristian BlummenfeltPosition: 28Time: 40.20Average power: 324wNormalised power: 341wWatts per kg: 4.5Ave heart rate: 160bpm
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