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Not trying to throw shade on any athlete s who have qualified for the race, but is this really a Championship race when pros can finish 20+, 30+ minutes after the winer and still claim a spot.
Same goes for amateurs.
Have seen posts where the roll down goes to 40th or 50th+ in the their AG to get a spot.
On the pro side, I think the problem is Kona - a lot of the top tier athletes don't want to ruin their Kona by adding a 70.
Maybe they should move it to earlier in the season or later like in 2020 - November I think.
To me it just takes a lot of the allure away from a Championship race when there are "pros" racing that get beat by amateurs every race.
On the amateur side I think it takes away from the race as well having athletes who finish hours behind the winning time in their AG to claim a spot.
Again, not trying to discredit any athletes accomplishments or qualification kona slots ironman south africa 2020 the race.
But at what point is the "Championship" aspect lost?
Same goes for Kona with all of the legacy, foundation and freebie spots given away these days.
Don't even get me started on this years "AWA Championship" - what bullshit.
Okay Monday rant done, just curious on everyone's thoughts have free casino codes 2020 opinion the 70.
But there is a difference between doing a 70.
We saw what happened to Frodo last year when he had to push ridiculously hard at 70.
Also in response to Eric, I think it's kind of supposed to be a watered down version of Kona.
And I think that's fine.
It gives people something to shoot for even if they might not have a chance at Kona at any point.
Now personally, I've never grown up wanting to race Kona or had a Kona-lust like many people I know, but 70.
Not necessarily a bad thing.
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I cannot seriously imagine that an amateur finishing "hours" behind a winning AG time would be in the top 100 AG.
I have seen one case where a 48th AG got a slot and probably a few further outbut that was when the WC was in South Africa-- a pretty difficult travel race.
Nice and Chattanooga were a different story.
In general, if you objectively looked at the data, the WC field is largely made up of the top 10% of AG probably better with maybe a tiny few outliers.
Many of the races only have 1 pro slot.
So, those are pretty limited.
Maybe a few roll down, but again, that has to be a bit of an outlier.
Finally, I cannot imagine there are m any examples of a pro in the WC that has lost to top amateurs routinely.
Again, that is a fringe case, and the field is likely made up largely of the very best pros in the world.
Look at the pros and amateurs in the Augusta golf tournament.
I bet the caliber of that event is similar to the 70.
Brownlee, Frodo, Gomez and Kanute absolutely threw down.
I think the race is underrated because IM had technical difficulties with the video feed due to weather or signal transmission or whatever.
I miss the days when athletes would win at 70.
I always thought that was just a massive show of force, lol.
I don't think the inclusion of some of the middle of the pack amateurs and pros takes anything away from the front of the race at all - still just as exciting.
Only suggestion for roll down would be to make it a % off the winners time for pros that is.
Amateurs I think you'd have to leave it the way it is.
When the race is back in the US, rolldowns are not an issue at all.
I cannot seriously imagine that an amateur finishing "hours" kona slots ironman south africa 2020 a winning AG time would be in the top 100 AG.
I have seen one case where a 48th AG got a slot and probably a few further outbut that was when the WC was in South Africa-- a pretty difficult travel race.
Nice and Chattanooga were a different story.
In general, if you objectively looked at the data, the WC field is largely made up of the top 10% of AG probably better with maybe a tiny few outliers.
Many of the races only have 1 pro slot.
So, those are pretty limited.
Maybe a few roll down, but again, that has to be a bit of an outlier.
Finally, I cannot imagine there are m any examples of a pro in the WC that has lost to top amateurs routinely.
Again, that is a fringe case, and the field is likely made up largely of the very best pros in the world.
Look at the pros and amateurs in the Augusta golf tournament.
I bet the caliber of that event is similar to the 70.
I agree with the location of the 70.
Once back in the US - roll downs don't seem to go very far.
A middle of the pack pro top 10-15 at most races usually gets beat by a handful of age groupers.
Augusta is a very event compared to IRONMAN, but I get the point.
I don't think have slower athletes in a race takes away anything from the front or excitement of the race.
I guess it was just more of the thinking that to get to a championship race, you should be championship caliber is all.
But in today's sports kona slots ironman south africa 2020, inclusion is everything.
If the race was in North America this year, it would be a different story.
How many top pro's and AG'ers who want to podium in Kona are also racing 70.
I can't imagine there is many.
I cannot seriously imagine that an amateur finishing "hours" behind a winning AG time would be in the top 100 AG.
I have seen one case where a 48th AG got a slot and probably a few further outbut that was when the WC was in South Africa-- a pretty difficult travel race.
Nice and Chattanooga were a different story.
In general, if you objectively looked at the data, the WC field is largely made up of the top 10% of AG probably better with maybe a tiny few outliers.
Many of the races only have 1 pro slot.
So, those are pretty limited.
Maybe a few roll down, but again, that has to be a bit of an outlier.
Finally, I cannot imagine there are m any examples of a pro in the WC that has lost to top amateurs routinely.
Again, that is a fringe case, and the field is likely made up largely of the very best pros in the world.
Look at the pros and amateurs in the Augusta golf tournament.
I bet the caliber of that event is similar to the 70.
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It took my third try at Eagleman where there were more slots available 40 vs 30and thanks to being a late qualifier enough people weren't interested in planning a short notice international trip or had their slots already.
That said, in general the slots didn't roll TOO far into the absurd territory.
It was easier to get the slot to last year's WC just because of location.
My experience at the WC in Chatt was certainly that the cream of the crop was there, but there was also a small percentage of people who found themselves with slots from far away countries thanks to deep rolldowns and difficulty of getting to Chattanooga from wherever it was they lived.
I saw nothing wrong with those people grabbing a slot to experience a big show like this.
On the pro side, I see plenty of top pros there crushing the WC for the win, and turning around to try to crush Kona also.
Ryf is a perfect and obvious example.
So I am not entirely sure what the entire point of this thread is other than to stir shit up a bit?
In 2011 Crowie won both 70.
We saw what happened to Frodo last year when he had to push ridiculously hard at 70.
I cannot seriously imagine that an amateur finishing "hours" behind a winning AG time would be in the top 100 AG.
I have seen one case where a 48th AG got a slot and probably a few further outbut that was when the WC was in South Africa-- a pretty difficult travel race.
Nice and Chattanooga were a different story.
In general, if you objectively looked at the data, the WC field is largely made up of the top 10% of AG probably better with maybe a tiny few outliers.
Many of the races only have 1 pro slot.
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Finally, I cannot imagine there are m any examples of a pro in the WC that has lost to top amateurs routinely.
Again, that is a fringe case, and the field is likely made up largely of the very best pros in the world.
Look at the pros and amateurs in the Augusta golf tournament.
I bet the caliber of that event is similar to the 70.
I agree with the location of the 70.
Once back in the US - roll downs don't seem to go very far.
A middle of the pack pro top 10-15 at most races usually gets beat by a handful of age groupers.
Augusta is a very event compared to IRONMAN, but I get the point.
I don't think have slower athletes in a race takes away anything from the front or excitement of the race.
I guess it was just more of the thinking that to get to a championship race, you should be championship caliber is all.
But in today's sports world, inclusion is everything.
It took me 3 tries to get mine.
First two attempts I came DAMN close within 1-2 places of the slots.
It took my third try at Eagleman where there were more slots available 40 vs 30and thanks to being a late qualifier enough people weren't interested in planning a short notice international trip or had their slots already.
That said, in general the slots didn't roll TOO far into the absurd territory.
It was easier to get the slot to last year's WC just because of location.
My experience at the WC in Chatt was certainly that the cream of the crop was there, but there was also a small percentage of people who found themselves with slots from far away countries thanks to deep rolldowns and difficulty of getting to Chattanooga from wherever it was they lived.
I saw nothing wrong with those people grabbing a slot to experience a big show like this.
On the pro side, I see plenty kona slots ironman south africa 2020 top pros there crushing the WC for the win, and turning around to try to crush Kona also.
Ryf is a perfect and obvious example.
So I am not entirely sure what the entire point of this thread is other than to stir shit up a bit?
So I am not entirely sure what the entire point of this thread is other than to stir shit up a bit?
Isn't that the point of a forum?
Have a discussion on opinions?
I eventually qualified at IM70.
I may not be an uber athlete aiming for a podium, however, I am consistently in the top 10%.
Yes there are some softer races, and the 70.
As a side- do we know the pro start list for Nice yet or any who will be at the start line?
It's like claiming that you're only worth your salt if you bother to do the 50mi British TT championship and not the 25 or the 10 instead.
You can see a 70.
Why not pare down the US Open golf to just the top 20 players for a shootout?
Don't want guys there who will finish 20 shots off the lead!
Oh wait, that's right.
It's like claiming that you're only worth your salt if you bother to do the 50mi British TT championship and not the 25 or the 10 instead.
You can see a 70.
Why not pare down the US Open golf to just the top 20 players for a shootout?
Don't want guys there who will finish 20 shots off the lead!
Oh wait, that's right.
And you think golf and triathlon are comparable?
The standards to be a "golf pro" vs a "triathlon pro" are a little bit different.
You see golf "underdogs" win all the time.
You don't see a burnthesheep having any shot competing with Jan Frodeno.
Even with an hour head start.
Point is - was just asking if there should be any additional "qualifications" for a Championship race, or should it just be left to "whoever's left" to fill the start list?
It doesn't matter either way, but I think Kona especially should be reserved for those athletes who have EARNED their way there.
Hard work doesn't always equal success.
Brownlee, Frodo, Gomez and Kanute absolutely threw down.
I think the race is underrated because IM had technical difficulties with the video feed due to weather or signal transmission or whatever.
I miss the days when athletes would win at 70.
I always thought that was just a massive show of force, lol.
We kinda understand the point you are trying to make, but just as another poster pointed out, it seems like you are trying to stir shit up.
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It would most likely be received the same way as the prize payout.
But in a different view Ironman has just too many races spread out over the glove.
The amount of travel for many is just too much.
For pros it's costly and inhibits consistent training and recovery.
For amateurs they have lives outside of the sport.
They are mother, fathers, CEO's, etc.
This is one of many reasons for the roll downs and why deny the opportunity for someone else to pay for that spot.
Remember they are a business first, they care secondly about athletes second, we have gone over this time and time again.
I cannot seriously imagine that an amateur finishing "hours" behind a winning AG time would be in the top 100 AG.
In the end, I'm not sure if he has a proposal to ix his problem.
Take a short break from ST and read my blog: erengel23 wrote:When the race is back in the US, rolldowns are not an issue at all.
My opinions on your original post aside, I really fucking hate shit like the above.
Stop being so damn US-centric minded.
You really think that down in Australia with NZ in 2020 that slots aren't rolling past the podium?
The correct way to say this would have been "Rolldowns are not an issue in the US for a US-based 70.
I'll go further and say that I am not sure the OP articulated an actual problem.
Yes, there may be some exception cases in some races or some difficult-to-reach WC destinations.
But, I seriously doubt those exceptions define the event.
I would expect that the means and medians are shifted way to the left and the standard deviations are much tighter at the WC.
If the median finish time for an AG is around 6:15 for a typical race, I bet it is 5:15 or faster in the WC; the median could be under 5.
And, I bet there are a lot check this out DNF in the WC.
If those are true, then the racer class is very good in a WC and there is no problem.
In summary, I bet a top 20 finisher that got a slot in a regular race will be in the bottom quartile in the WC.
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