Super League Triathlon eSports Cycling Series on Zwift Race 1

Data Dive: David Mainwaring Wins Super League Triathlon eSports Race With 336w Average Power

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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:

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David Mainwaring (Australia)
Position: 1
Time: 36.26
Average power: 336w
Normalised power: 356w
Watts per kg: 4.9
Ave heart rate: 175bpm

Leo Bergere (France)
Position: 2
Time: 36.26
Average power: 338w
Normalised power: 357w
Watts per kg: 5.1
Ave heart rate: Unknown

Aaron Royle (Australia)
Position: 3
Time: 36.27
Average power: 336w
Normalised power: 358w
Watts per kg: 4.9
Ave heart rate: 171bpm

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Alex Yee (Great Britain)
Position: 6
Time: 36.26
Average power: 319w
Normalised power: 331w
Watts per kg: 5.6
Ave heart rate: 190bpm

Alistair Brownlee
Position: 7
Time: 36.27
Average power: 345w
Normalised power: 369w
Watts per kg: 4.9
Ave heart rate: Unknown

Ben Kanute
Position: 20
Time: 38.46
Average power: 339w
Normalised power: 351w
Watts per kg: 4.9
Ave heart rate: 179bpm

Kristian Blummenfelt
Position: 28
Time: 40.20
Average power: 324w
Normalised power: 341w
Watts per kg: 4.5
Ave heart rate: 160bpm

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