Pablo averaged 36.46km/ hour for 185km of the ride today. The total time bike is 4 hours 56 minutes!
What’s going to happen on the run?
Things are looking good for Pablo Ureta at this point. He looks good but the race is not over. He has only 10 real training days before the race and anyone knowing what it’s an IRONMAN will say it’s crazy and not enough.
Pablo told us before the race what he needs to finish the race: Motivation
I still remember 16 years ago when he was only fifteen years old and he said to a local television that he will do an Ironman one day. They thought he was crazy at that time, but now, with 19 Ironman at his back he is ready for the number 20!
Pablo Ureta is well into the run course as the rest of the men start the run. The current leader is Gael Mainard from France. Behind him chasing the leader is Pablo and the rest group of men.
Here are the top five bike time for the men age group 30-34:
1- Mainard, Gael: 04:52:42
2- Nielsen, Ulrik 04:53:17
3- Rotem, Gilad 04:53:47
4- Scherer, Matthias 04:57:42
5- Ureta-Zaugg, Pablo 04:56:12