Super League Triathlon eSports Cycling Series on Zwift Max Stapley

Power Data Reveals Big Differences In How To Succeed On Zwift

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There was barely anything to choose between the times of the top three riders in the final race of the Super League Triathlon eSports Cycling Series – but they recorded very different power numbers.

James Cunnama took the win with an average power of 378 watts and a normalised of 398 watts at 4.8 watts per kg and a low average heart rate of 152bpm.

Gordon Benson, who finished narrowly behind him in second, posted some mind blowing stats with an average power of 422 watts and a normalised of a staggering 453 watts. He rode at 5.3 watts per kg and 179bpm.

Third placed Jeremy Briand’s average heart rate was even higher at 181bpm but his average power was 361 watts with a normalised of 331 watts at 5.1 watts per kg.

Podium

James Cunnama
Time: 36:24
Average power: 378w
Normalised power: 398w
Watts per kg: 4.8
Ave heart rate: 152bpm

Gordon Benson
Time: 36:25
Average power: 422w
Normalised power: 453w
Watts per kg: 5.3
Ave heart rate: 179bpm

Jeremy Briand
Time: 36:25
Average power: 316w
Normalised power: 331w
Watts per kg: 5.1
Ave heart rate: 181bpm

Selected others

Max Stapley
Time: 36:25
Average power: 352w
Normalised power: 366w
Watts per kg: 5.2
Ave heart rate: 177bpm

David Mainwaring
Time: 36:25
Average power: 350w
Normalised power: 369w
Watts per kg: 5.2
Ave heart rate: 176bpm

Alex Yee
Time: 36:26
Average power: 304w
Normalised power: 316w
Watts per kg: 5.3
Ave heart rate: 177bpm

Kristian Blummenfelt
Time: 38:00
Average power: 328w
Normalised power: 347w
Watts per kg: 4.6
Ave heart rate: 154bpm

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