tri me 101 wrote:
3) Javier Gomez after swimming and biking runs his 10k in 31:36. Then bikes a whopping 25 mph over 40km. I don't think Lukas can bike that fast over a long period of time. I think he bikes around 24 mph and even then you have to think because the race is doubled he would have to slow down or feel even more fatigued during the run.
Javier Gomez (and the Top Ten in Worldcups)are actually consistantly running sub30s after the bike on exact (or converted) courses. (I know the course at the WC in Hamburg is like 20m short and people run 29:30 there sometimes)