25 Jun, 2020
2 min read
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.
James CunnamaTime: 36:24Average power: 378wNormalised power: 398wWatts per kg: 4.8Ave heart rate: 152bpm
Gordon BensonTime: 36:25Average power: 422wNormalised power: 453wWatts per kg: 5.3Ave heart rate: 179bpm
Jeremy BriandTime: 36:25Average power: 316wNormalised power: 331wWatts per kg: 5.1Ave heart rate: 181bpm
Max StapleyTime: 36:25Average power: 352wNormalised power: 366wWatts per kg: 5.2Ave heart rate: 177bpm
David MainwaringTime: 36:25Average power: 350wNormalised power: 369wWatts per kg: 5.2Ave heart rate: 176bpm
Alex YeeTime: 36:26Average power: 304wNormalised power: 316wWatts per kg: 5.3Ave heart rate: 177bpm
Kristian BlummenfeltTime: 38:00Average power: 328wNormalised power: 347wWatts per kg: 4.6Ave heart rate: 154bpm