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When 38-year-old Leah Thorvilson—a former elite marathon runner with relatively little cycling experience—joined the 2016 Zwift Academy, she was simply looking for a way to rehab from surgery. What she got instead was a pro cycling contract and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
In his first Milan San Remo, Cannondale-Drapac’s Will Clarke managed to get in the main break early on and stay in it for most of this grueling, 291-kilometer long spring classic. Here’s an inside look into what his power file tells us about his race.
Now that racing season is right around the corner, honing in on the right plan is key for training the right way so that you show up on race day in the best shape possible.
With more and more products offering VO2max estimates, it’s important to learn how they work and which ones will give you the most accurate data on your athlete’s fitness levels and race-readiness.
Running power meters are great tools for measuring—and correcting for—common muscular imbalances found in endurance athletes, and is also of great use for identifying proper training and recovery needs.
WKO4 opened the door for high-end data analysis previously only available to big-budget professional squads and national teams. Learn what it can do for your business and for your athletes.
Lionel Sanders recently set the IRONMAN record with a time of 7:44:29 at IRONMAN Arizona. Best Bike Split's Ryan Cooper interviewed Lionel and took a closer look at his bike and run files to see how the race unfolded.
Coach Jim Vance analyzes two running power files from the IRONMAN World Championships and explains how running power meters can help you define the specific intensity for your Ironman run training and racing.
Customized Dashboards, iLevels, and the Power Duration Curve are just some of the powerful features in WKO4. See how Frank Rhemrev uses these features to help his athletes improve.