The statistic says that the winner of this year in Kona will be one of the first 4 of last year

In 16 of the 17 of the last IRONMAN World Championships the winner always finished among the first 4 in the previous edition

 

 

According to a study carried out by competitor.com magazine, in 16 of the 17 of the last IronMan World Championships that have been held, the winner of the test always finished in the top 4 in the previous edition. The only exception was the German  Normann Stadler after failing to finish the degree in 2005.

 

In 2013, the winner was Frederik Van Lierde followed by  Luke McKenzie, Sebastian Kienle y James Cunnama, so according to your study the winner of this year would be on this list.

 

  • 2013 Winner: Frederik Van Lierde (BEL) → 2012 result: 3rd
  • 2012 Winner: Pete Jacobs (AUS) → 2011 result: 2nd
  • 2011 Winner: Craig Alexander (AUS) → 2010 result: 4th
  • 2010 Winner: Chris McCormack (AUS) → 2009 result: 4th
  • 2009 Winner: Craig Alexander (AUS) → 2008 result: 1st
  • 2008 Winner: Craig Alexander (AUS) → 2007 result: 2nd
  • 2007 Winner: Chris McCormack (AUS) → 2006 result: 2nd
  • 2006 Winner: Normann Stadler (GER) → 2005 result: DNF (2004 result: 1st)
  • 2005 Winner: Faris Al-Sultan (GER) → 2004 result: 3rd
  • 2004 Winner: Normann Stadler (GER) → 2003 result: 4th
  • 2003 Winner: Peter Reid (CAN) → 2002 result: 2nd
  • 2002 Winner: Tim DeBoom (USA) → 2001 result: 1st
  • 2001 Winner: Tim DeBoom (USA) → 2000 result: 2nd
  • 2000 Winner: Peter Reid (CAN) → 1999 result: 2nd
  • 1999 Winner: Luc Van Lierde (BEL) → 1998 result: 2nd
  • 1998 Winner: Peter Reid (CAN) → 1997 result: 4th
  • 1997 Winner: Thomas Hellriegel (GER) → 1996 result: 2nd
  • 1996 Winner: Luc Van Lierde (BEL) → 1995 result: Did not race (1996 was his debut in Kona)

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