Quick and dirty analysis of 10mila 2018 results

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A Swedish spring classic in orienteering 10mila was raced this weeked in Nynäshamn south of Stockholm. Similar to last year, IFK Göteborg won the mens 10 leg overnight relay and I took part totally unprepared. I took a little stab at their results system at online.10mila.se/, pulled out the data and did three graphs from it. You can download the data in two sheet excel from here: 10mila leg times & split times.

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Vasaloppet 2018: start group rankings

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In two previous posts I had a look at the rankings at differents splits and the top overtakers. In this brief post I will dig deeper into who were the best of their starting groups. First a graphs showing the winners of each starting group! Below we have a table for each eleven start groups with top 20 skiers from each. For the complete data, probably including yourself, download an Excel file from here with a tab per startgroup!

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Vasaloppet 2018: number of overtakes between splits

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Introduction In post I am still focusing on splits, but instead of skiing times I am ranking skiers based on number of overtakes per split. I looked at the split rankings i.e. stage results in a post from yesterday, but soon realized that a lot more important measure of success is the number of overtakes one did. From the same data this is pretty easy to dig out. As there were no placement information from prewarning I have dropped the stage off from the analysis meaning that the last table shows the overtakes between Eldris and Finish.

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Vasaloppet 2018: split rankings i.e. stage results

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Introduction Vasaloppet 2018 was raced yesterday from Sälen to Mora with near 16000 participants. The official result service does a decent job in delivering what the folks want to know from their race. However, there are few thing missing and I thougt to address some on our way back to Finland. In this post I will focus on splits and present results for each splits/stage to answer questions like who was fastest between Risberg and Evertsberg?

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