RESIDENCE: Renfrew, Scotland, UK
TEAM: Wahoo EZ Le col
|Irish Elite National Time Trial Champion (2021)|
|Champion, 2021 CTT National 100-Mile + 50-Mile Championships|
|Champion, 2021 East Anglia VTTA 10-Mile Time Trial|
|10-mile cycling PB: 19:31 (2021 East Anglian VTTA 10-Mile Time Trial)|
|25-mile cycling PB: 51:46 (2021 Ulster 25-mile Time Trial)|
|50-mile cycling PB: 1:51:35 (2021 CTT National 50-Mile Championship)|
|100-mile cycling PB: 3:42:35 (2021 CTT National 100-Mile Championship)|
|5km run PB: 17:36 (2020 Victoria Park parkrun)|
|21km run PB: 87:12 (2021 Gateshead Half Marathon)|
Joanna Patterson is an Irish national time trial champion and medical GP. Her legs and lungs of steel have seen her averaging 43 km/h over an 80-kilometre time trial and 46:63 km/h over 25 miles. In 2021 she recorded a 19:31 over 10 miles, the world’s fastest 10-mile split by a female that year. Apart from her cycling prowess she has also proved adept in running, so we could potentially see Jo both on the cycle and run legs on Nicola Spirig’s pacemaker team.
The six-time Ironman Hawaii winner has calculated that the Pho3nix Sub8 Project, powered by Zwift will provide conditions for an even faster time than expected.
2022 will be a year of two seasons for Lucy Charles-Barclay. This first half aiming to defend her Ironman 70.3 world title, and then be the first to go Sub8. The second half, become the Ironman world champion in St. George and Kona, and perhaps get on the road to the Paris Olympics.
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