Deca-Ultra-Triathlon Statistik


The following statistics were created on basis of all ultratriathlon results from the first "Deca" 1992 in Monterrey, Mexico til today. Stand of November 2018. You've found a mistake, miss a statistic or have a question? Don't hesitate to write me at Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!! Many thanks for Your help.

1. Best finish times for a Deca (Top 10)
2. Development of the world records
3. Number of events took place, competitors, participations and success rates
4. Development of the number of participations in Deca-Ultra-Triathlons since 1992
5. Nations with the most competitors and their 1st finishers (Top 10)
6. Nations with the most finished participations and their best scorers (Top 10)
7. Top 10 of athletes with most finished Decas and with an succes rate of 100%
8. Top 10 of athletes with most places on podium (most victories)
9. The first finishers of 1, 2, 3, ... Decas
10. Anniversaries of finished participations and different successful competitors

 

1. Best finish times for a Deca (Top 10)

Name/NationTime/h Location/NationYear
Richard Jung (GER) 190:17:17 Buchs (SUI) 2018
Fabrice Lucas (FRA) 192:08:26 Monterrey (MEX) 1997
Vidmantas Urbonas (LTU) 194:33:57 Monterrey (MEX) 1997
Pascal Pich (FRA) 195:27:26 Monterrey (MEX) 2000
Jaroslav Pawelka (CZE) 196:47:34 Monterrey (MEX) 1997
Bob Brown (GBR) 198:14:17 Monterrey (MEX) 1997
Christian Mauduit (FRA) 199:09:29 Monterrey (MEX) 2010
Fabrice Lucas (FRA) 202:40:29 Vidauban (FRA) 2006
Emmanuel Conraux (FRA) 203:11:09 Monterrey (MEX) 2002
Kim Greisen (DEN) 206:13:35 Vidauban (FRA) 2006

 

Name/NationTime/h Location/NationYear
Christine Couldrey (NZL) 247:07:21 New Orleans (USA) 2018
Silvia Andonie (MEX) 249:14:52 Monterrey (MEX) 1992
Alexandra Meixner (AUT) 250:18:42 Buchs (SUI) 2017
Silvia Andonie (MEX) 263:02:24 Monterrey (MEX) 1997
Silvia Andonie (MEX) 271:16:30 Monterrey (MEX) 2000
Shanda Hill (CAN) 281:29:44 Buchs (SUI) 2017
Dagmar Großheim (GER) 286:20:54 Vidauban (FRA) 2006
Shanda Hill (CAN) 287:34:36 Buchs (SUI) 2018
Claire Smith (GBR) 291:44:37 Buchs (SUI) 2017
Silvia Andonie (MEX) 295:01:07 Monterrey (MEX) 1994


 

2. Development of the world records

Name/NationTime/h Location/NationYear
Martin Feyen (NED) 213:41:00 Monterrey (MEX) 1992
Jaroslav Pawelka (CZE) 207:33:00 Monterrey (MEX) 1994
Fabrice Lucas (FRA) 192:08:26 Monterrey (MEX) 1997
Richard Jung (GER) 190:17:17 Buchs (SUI) 2018

 

Name/NationTime/h Location/NationYear
Silvia Andonie (MEX) 249:14:52 Monterrey (MEX) 1992
Christine Couldrey (NZL) 247:07:21 New Orleans (USA) 2018


 

3. Numer of Locations, Competitors, Success rates, ...


There were held 17 Deca-Ultra-Triathlons in 4 different countries since 1992. 141 different triathletes with 221 participations (181 sucessful) competed in total. The success rate related to all participations is 81,9%. Til today there were 123 different athletes (111 men/12 women) which have finished a Deca at least once.

Locationtook placeParticipationsfin. ParticipationsSuccess rate
Monterrey (MEX)
11x (1992-2013) 118 95 80,5%
Hawaii (USA)
1x (2004) 25 19 76,0%
Vidauban (FRA)
1x (2006) 19 18 94,7%
Buchs (SUI)
2x (2017-today) 31 29 93,5%
Leon (MEX)
1x (2017) 12 11 91,7%
New Orleans (USA) 1x (2018) 16 9 56,3%


 

4. Development of participations in Deca-Ultra-Triathlons



 

5. Nations with the most competitors and their 1st finishers (Top 10)

Nations with the most Competitors... and their 1st Finisher
NationNumber (m/w)Name (Location, Year)
USA 22 (17/5) Theodore Epstein (Monterrey, MEX, 1992),
Eileen Steil (Hawaii, USA, 2004)
Germany 19 (16/3) Stefan Schlett (Monterrey, MEX, 1992),
Dagmar Großheim (Vidauban, FRA, 2006)
France 14 (14/0) Guy Rossi (Monterrey, MEX, 1992),
-
Great Britain 12 (10/2) Bob Brown (Monterrey, MEX, 1997),
Suraya Oliver (Hawaii, USA, 2004)
Austria 9 (7/2) Berthold Mosch (Monterrey, MEX, 1992),
Alexandra Meixner (Buchs, SUI, 2017)
Italy 9 (9/0) Aldo Rock Calandro (Monterrey, MEX, 1992),
-
Mexico 9 (8/1) Rosendo Martinez (Monterrey, MEX, 1994),
Silvia Andonie (Monterrey, MEX, 1992)
Hungary 8 (8/0) Guyla Rapolti (Monterrey, MEX, 1992),
-
Canada 6 (5/1) Erik Seedhouse (Monterrey, MEX, 1995),
Shanda Hill (Buchs, SUI, 2017)
Suisse 5 (4/1) Beat Knechtle (Monterrey, MEX, 2000),
Silvia Wieneke (Monterrey, MEX, 2002)


 

6. Nations with the most finished participations and their best scorers (Top 10)

Nations with the most fin. Participations... and their best Scorers
NationNumber (m/w)Names (Number)
France 31 (31/0) Guy Rossi (10), -
USA 20 (17/3) Michael Roberts, Wayne Kurtz & Mark Blore (2),
Laura Knoblach, Georgeta Gruescu & Eileen Steil (1)
Germany 20 (18/2) Günther Teichmann, Michael Gärtner & Mark Hohe-Dorst (2),
Dagmar Großheim & Heide Lindemann (1)
Great Britain 17 (15/2) David Clamp (5),
Claire Smith & Suraya Oliver (1)
Hungary 13 (13/0) Antal Vöneki (4), -
Mexico 12 (8/4) Mario Rodriguez (4), Silvia Andonie (4)
Austria 10 (9/1) Martin Schytil (3), Alexandra Meixner (1)
Canada 10 (7/3) Yves Beauchamp & Michel Bisson (2),
Shanda Hill (3)
Italy 9 (9/0) Vincenzo Catalano (3), -
Suisse 8 (7/1) Beat Knechtle (3), Silvia Wieneke (1)


 

7. Athletes with the most finished Decas (Top 10)

Athletes with the most finished Decas... and a Success rate of 100%
Name/NationNumber/Tries Name/Nation Number
Guy Rossi (FRA) 10/11 David Clamp (GBR) 5
David Clamp (GBR) 5/5 Silvia Andonie (MEX) 4
Silvia Andonie (MEX) 4/4 Fabrice Lucas (FRA) 4
Fabrice Lucas (FRA) 4/4 Mario Rodriguez (MEX) 4
Mario Rodriguez (MEX) 4/4 Antal Vöneki (HUN) 4
Antal Vöneki (HUN) 4/4 Beat Knechtle (SUI) 3
Beat Knechtle (SUI) 3/3 Laurent Guinette (FRA) 3
Laurent Guinette (FRA) 3/3 Martin Schytil (AUT) 3
Martin Schytil (AUT) 3/3 Alain Dupuis (FRA) 3
Alain Dupuis (FRA) 3/3 Ferenc Szönyi (HUN) 3
Ferenc Szönyi (HUN) 3/3 15 athletes 2


 

8. Athletes with most places on podium and victories (Top 10)

Athletes with the most Places on PodiumAthletes with the most Victories
Name/NationNumber (1./2./3.) Name/Nation Number/Tries
Silvia Andonie (MEX) 4 (4/0/0) Silvia Andonie (MEX) 4/4
Fabrice Lucas (FRA) 3 (2/1/0) Ferenc Szönyi (HUN) 2/3
Shanda Hill (CAN) 3 (2/1/0) Fabrice Lucas (FRA) 2/4
Ferenc Szönyi (HUN) 3 (2/0/1) Shanda Hill (CAN) 2/4
Laurent Guinette (FRA) 3 (1/1/1) 10 athletes 1/1
David Clamp (GBR) 3 (0/2/1) 3 athletes 1/2
Guy Rossi (FRA) 2 (1/1/0) 3 athletes 1/3
Mario Rodriguez (MEX) 2 (1/1/0) 1 athlete 1/4
Jaroslav Pawelka (CZE) 2 (1/1/0) 1 athlete 1/11
39 athletes 1    


 

9. The 1st athletes which finished 1, 2, 3, ... Decas

x DecasName/NationYearName/NationYear
1 Martin Feijen (NED) 1992 Silvia Andonie (MEX) 1992
2
Fabrice Lucas (FRA) 1994 Silvia Andonie (MEX) 1994
3 Guy Rossi (FRA) 1995 Silvia Andonie (MEX) 1997
4
Guy Rossi (FRA) 1997 Silvia Andonie (MEX) 2000
5
Guy Rossi (FRA) 1998 -  
6
Guy Rossi (FRA) 2000 -  
7 Guy Rossi (FRA) 2002 -  
8 Guy Rossi (FRA) 2004 -  
9 Guy Rossi (FRA) 2008 -  
10 Guy Rossi (FRA) 2017 -  


 

10. Anniversaries: The 100th, 111th, 200th, 222th, 250th, 300th, ... finished participation and different successful competitor

Anniversaryfinished Participation everYeardifferent successful CompetitorYear
100 Pascal Pich (FRA) 2006 Shanda Hill (CAN) 2017
111 Michael Gärtner (GER) 2008 Zoltan Pötör (HUN) 2018
200 ?   ?  
222 ?   ?  
250 ?   ?  
300 ?   ?