Split analysis: World Cup Gällivare, Men 15km, 20/11

Posted by Jan Kocbach, 20 Nov 2010@12:58


Marcus Hellner wins the season opening in Gällivare after a strong race from start to finish. Petr Sedov has the best finish of all – starting as number 59 after 1.8 km and finishing in a 5th spot in the end with a Teichman-type race development (more about that below).

In the above Splitsbrowser-screenshot a flat line on a split means that an athlete is the fastest on a split. The steeper the line goes, the more an athlete looses on that split. Split 1 is at 1.8 km, split 2 at 2.2 km, split 3 at 5.0 km, split 4 at 6.8 km (same position as split 1), split 5 at 7.2 km (same position as split 2), split 6 at 10 km (same position as split 3), split 7 at 11.8 km (same position as split 1), split 8 at 12.2 km (same position as split 2), and finish at 15.0 km.

Race development

Loop 1: Marcus Hellner has the best opening speed up to 1.8 and 2.2 km, opening 2 seconds ahead of Dario Cologna up to 1.8 km with 4:24 and taking another 2 seconds up to 2.2 km with 1:06 on those 400 meters. From 2.2 km to 5.0 km the young Norwegian Sjur Røthe is fastest with 5:14, 1 second ahead of Hellner.

Loop 2: The Russian Petr Sedov is fastest on the first part of the second round from 5.0 km til 6.8 km with 4:16 – 2 seconds ahead of Hellner. The next 400 meters from 6.8 to 7.2 km the Norwegian  Martin Johnrud Sundby is fastest with 1:08 – 2 seconds slower than the fastest time on the first loop. Hellner looses one second at 1:09. From 7.2 km to 10.0 km the Swiss Curdin Perl is fastest with 5:19 – 5 seconds slower than the best time on the first loop. Hellner has his worst part of the race here, losing 5 seconds and being barely within the top 10 on this split.

Loop 3: Marcus Hellner has again the best split time at the first split of the loop from 10.0 km to 11.8 km – this time with 4:19 – 1 second slower than he was on the second loop (but several seconds slower than Sedov on the second loop).  From 11.8 km to 12.2 km Sedov and Hellner both have 1:08 – just as the fastest time on the second loop. In the final split from 12.2 km to 15.0 km, Sedov is fastest with 5:21 – Hellner is in 3rd spot with 5:24 (but he already know that he has won the race).

Slow openers

As discussed above, Sedov had a very slow opening – and finishing best of all. The illustration below shows other runners with this race development (race position shown as a function of time). At the bottom you see Axel Teichmann who is famous for these race developments. In addition, you find a few Norwegians (Chris Andre Jespersen and Ole Einar Bjørndalen) and a few Swiss runners (Toni Livers, Curdin Perl and Remo Fischer).

Split 1
1. 04:24 Marcus HELLNER SWE
2. 04:26 +00:02 Dario COLOGNA SUI
3. 04:26 +00:02 Johan OLSSON SWE
4. 04:27 +00:02 Emil JOENSSON SWE
5. 04:28 +00:03 Lukas BAUER CZE
6. 04:28 +00:04 Tim TSCHARNKE GER
7. 04:28 +00:04 Daniel RICKARDSSON SWE
8. 04:29 +00:05 Lari LEHTONEN FIN
9. 04:29 +00:05 Alexander LEGKOV RUS
10. 04:30 +00:06 Roland CLARA ITA
11. 04:30 +00:06 Vincent VITTOZ FRA
18. 04:34 +00:10 Chris Andre JESPERSEN NOR
62. 04:41 +00:17 Petr SEDOV RUS
Split 2
1. 01:06 Marcus HELLNER SWE
2. 01:07 +00:01 Alexander LEGKOV RUS
3. 01:08 +00:02 Martin JOHNSRUD SUNDBY NOR
4. 01:08 +00:03 Dario COLOGNA SUI
5. 01:09 +00:03 Lukas BAUER CZE
6. 01:09 +00:03 Tim TSCHARNKE GER
7. 01:09 +00:03 Tobias ANGERER GER
8. 01:09 +00:03 Vincent VITTOZ FRA
9. 01:09 +00:03 Ilia CHERNOUSOV RUS
10. 01:09 +00:03 Sergey TURYCHEV RUS
11. 01:10 +00:04 Daniel RICKARDSSON SWE
18. 01:10 +00:04 Petr SEDOV RUS
19. 01:11 +00:05 Chris Andre JESPERSEN NOR
Split 3
1. 05:14 Sjur ROETHE NOR
2. 05:15 +00:00 Marcus HELLNER SWE
3. 05:15 +00:01 Chris Andre JESPERSEN NOR
4. 05:15 +00:01 Daniel RICKARDSSON SWE
5. 05:18 +00:04 Dario COLOGNA SUI
6. 05:18 +00:04 Lukas BAUER CZE
7. 05:19 +00:05 Tim TSCHARNKE GER
8. 05:19 +00:05 Martin JOHNSRUD SUNDBY NOR
9. 05:20 +00:05 Johan OLSSON SWE
10. 05:20 +00:06 Juha LALLUKKA FIN
11. 05:20 +00:06 Petr SEDOV RUS
13. 05:21 +00:07 Alexander LEGKOV RUS
Split 4
1. 04:16 Petr SEDOV RUS
2. 04:18 +00:02 Marcus HELLNER SWE
3. 04:18 +00:02 Toni LIVERS SUI
4. 04:18 +00:02 Dario COLOGNA SUI
5. 04:19 +00:04 Remo FISCHER SUI
6. 04:19 +00:04 Maurice MANIFICAT FRA
7. 04:19 +00:04 Noah HOFFMAN USA
8. 04:20 +00:04 Chris Andre JESPERSEN NOR
9. 04:21 +00:05 Kris FREEMAN USA
10. 04:21 +00:05 Alexander LEGKOV RUS
11. 04:21 +00:06 Juha LALLUKKA FIN
12. 04:22 +00:06 Daniel RICKARDSSON SWE
Split 5
1. 01:08 Martin JOHNSRUD SUNDBY NOR
2. 01:09 +00:01 Toni LIVERS SUI
3. 01:09 +00:01 Alexander LEGKOV RUS
4. 01:09 +00:01 Marcus HELLNER SWE
5. 01:10 +00:01 Dario COLOGNA SUI
6. 01:10 +00:02 Kris FREEMAN USA
7. 01:10 +00:02 Nikolay CHEBOTKO KAZ
8. 01:10 +00:02 Tim TSCHARNKE GER
9. 01:10 +00:02 Chris Andre JESPERSEN NOR
10. 01:10 +00:02 Keishin YOSHIDA JPN
11. 01:10 +00:02 Ilia CHERNOUSOV RUS
12. 01:11 +00:02 Daniel RICKARDSSON SWE
18. 01:11 +00:03 Petr SEDOV RUS
Split 6
1. 05:19 Curdin PERL SUI
2. 05:19 +00:00 Daniel RICKARDSSON SWE
3. 05:19 +00:00 Petr SEDOV RUS
4. 05:20 +00:01 Chris Andre JESPERSEN NOR
5. 05:21 +00:02 Dario COLOGNA SUI
6. 05:21 +00:02 Geir Ludvig AASEN NOR
7. 05:22 +00:03 David HOFER ITA
8. 05:23 +00:04 Robin DUVILLARD FRA
9. 05:23 +00:04 Toni LIVERS SUI
10. 05:24 +00:05 Marcus HELLNER SWE
11. 05:24 +00:05 Alexander LEGKOV RUS
Split 7
1. 04:19 Marcus HELLNER SWE
2. 04:20 +00:00 Maxim VYLEGZHANIN RUS
3. 04:22 +00:03 Dario COLOGNA SUI
4. 04:23 +00:04 Chris Andre JESPERSEN NOR
5. 04:25 +00:05 Petr SEDOV RUS
6. 04:25 +00:05 Kris FREEMAN USA
7. 04:25 +00:06 Alex HARVEY CAN
8. 04:25 +00:06 Martin JOHNSRUD SUNDBY NOR
9. 04:25 +00:06 Sjur ROETHE NOR
10. 04:25 +00:06 Ole Einar BJOERNDALEN NOR
11. 04:25 +00:06 Alexander LEGKOV RUS
13. 04:27 +00:07 Daniel RICKARDSSON SWE
Split 8
1. 01:08 Petr SEDOV RUS
2. 01:08 +00:00 Marcus HELLNER SWE
3. 01:09 +00:02 Chris Andre JESPERSEN NOR
4. 01:09 +00:02 Dario COLOGNA SUI
5. 01:10 +00:02 Curdin PERL SUI
6. 01:10 +00:02 Daniel RICKARDSSON SWE
7. 01:10 +00:02 Alexander LEGKOV RUS
8. 01:11 +00:03 Philipp MARSCHALL GER
9. 01:11 +00:03 Maxim VYLEGZHANIN RUS
10. 01:11 +00:04 Yevgeniy KOSCHEVOY KAZ
11. 01:11 +00:04 Martin JOHNSRUD SUNDBY NOR
Split 9
1. 05:21 Petr SEDOV RUS
2. 05:22 +00:01 Alexey POLTARANIN KAZ
3. 05:24 +00:02 Marcus HELLNER SWE
4. 05:25 +00:04 Curdin PERL SUI
5. 05:26 +00:04 Daniel RICKARDSSON SWE
6. 05:26 +00:04 Dario COLOGNA SUI
7. 05:26 +00:05 Sjur ROETHE NOR
8. 05:27 +00:06 Chris Andre JESPERSEN NOR
9. 05:29 +00:07 Kris FREEMAN USA
10. 05:29 +00:07 Martin JAKS CZE
11. 05:29 +00:08 Axel TEICHMANN GER
13. 05:30 +00:08 Alexander LEGKOV RUS
Overall (unofficial results from live timing)
1. 32:26 Marcus HELLNER SWE
2. 32:37 +00:11 Dario COLOGNA SUI
3. 32:46 +00:20 Daniel RICKARDSSON SWE
4. 32:48 +00:22 Chris Andre JESPERSEN NOR
5. 32:51 +00:25 Petr SEDOV RUS
6. 32:56 +00:30 Alexander LEGKOV RUS
7. 33:05 +00:39 Sjur ROETHE NOR
8. 33:09 +00:43 Lukas BAUER CZE
9. 33:09 +00:43 Kris FREEMAN USA
10. 33:12 +00:46 Martin JOHNSRUD SUNDBY NOR
11. 33:14 +00:48 Tim TSCHARNKE GER
12. 33:15 +00:49 Toni LIVERS SUI
13. 33:16 +00:50 Juha LALLUKKA FIN
14. 33:17 +00:51 Curdin PERL SUI
15. 33:21 +00:55 Maxim VYLEGZHANIN RUS
16. 33:21 +00:55 Martin JAKS CZE
17. 33:24 +00:58 Maurice MANIFICAT FRA
18. 33:24 +00:58 Remo FISCHER SUI
19. 33:25 +00:59 Nikolay CHEBOTKO KAZ
20. 33:27 +01:01 Roland CLARA ITA
21. 33:28 +01:02 Robin DUVILLARD FRA
22. 33:31 +01:05 Alexey POLTARANIN KAZ
23. 33:33 +01:07 Mats LARSSON SWE
24. 33:34 +01:08 Ilia CHERNOUSOV RUS
25. 33:34 +01:08 Ole Einar BJOERNDALEN NOR
26. 33:39 +01:13 Jens FILBRICH GER
27. 33:40 +01:14 David HOFER ITA
28. 33:40 +01:14 Vincent VITTOZ FRA
29. 33:41 +01:15 Mathias FREDRIKSSON SWE
30. 33:45 +01:19 Evgeniy BELOV RUS
31. 33:45 +01:19 Noah HOFFMAN USA
32. 33:47 +01:21 Johan OLSSON SWE
33. 33:47 +01:21 Sergey TURYCHEV RUS
34. 33:48 +01:22 Alex HARVEY CAN
35. 33:49 +01:23 Joergen BRINK SWE

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