He’s one of the fastest triathletes in the world, but is also one of the world’s top cyclists. When the coronavirus hit last year, Cameron Wurf seized the opportunity to race by switching back to cycling. The Australian – who finished fifth at the Ironman World Championship in 2019 – raced for Team Ineos in big events like the Vuelta last year. Since the triathlon calendar is still very uncertain for 2021, Wurf has been spotted in some road cycling races again this year. Yesterday, he competed in Belgium’s Danilith Nokere Koerse, finishing in 73rd position.
The final result might not be that interesting, but it is worth noting the watts Wurf managed to push. He shared his race data on Strava. Over 196.17 km Wurf’s average normalized power was 342 watts. He averaged 41.7 km per hour. Some impressive numbers: