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Old 06-19-02, 06:32 PM
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ET vs Armstrong

I found these stats on Indurain. 30 beats per minute resting heart rate still amazes me. Wish there was a way to see him racing Lance with both in their prime.Anyone know how many watts Lance runs?Caracteristics Physical

Caracteristics physical
Miguel Indurain
Individual average

Flow cardiac
47 litres/minute
25 litres/minute

Volume cardiaque (Diastolique)
460 millilitres cubes
320 millilitres cubes

Power
550 watts
200 Watt

Cardiac Pulsations at rest
30 per minute
70 per minute

Cardiac Pulsation effort average 150-160 per minute
Cardiac Pulsation effort Maximun 180 per minute
Cardiac Pulsation Rupture of effort 195 per minute
Grease Body
8 %
20 %

Oxyge uptake
80 millilitres per kilo per minute
55 millilitres per kilo per minute

VO2 Max 80-85 Ml/Kg/Min
Diameter ventricular
6,8 centimètres
4,4 centimètres


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Thanks for the reminder of what a great rider Big Mig was.

I've got an autographed postcard of Mig sitting in my study at home. It certainly would be interesting to put him up against Lance.
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According to Lances book when he climed some climb in 31 minutes he supposedly generated as much or more watts than Big Mig. I don't remember clearly, it's been awhile since I read the book.
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Originally posted by hillyman
Anyone know how many watts Lance runs?
This is from the LA.com FAQ.

Ever wondered what kind of numbers the boy can generate? Lance's coach, Chris Carmichael sent us these key stats for LA:

Resting heart rate: 32-34
VO2ml/kg: 83.8
Max power at VO2: 600 watts
Max heart rate: 201
Lactate Threshold HR: 178
Time Trial HR: 188-192
Pedal rpm's during TT: 95-100
Climbing rpm's: 80-85, sometimes faster when attacking
Average HR during endurance rides (4-6 hrs): 124-128
Average watts during endurance rides: 245-280 watts
Training miles/hours, endurance rides: 5- 6 hrs / 100-130miles
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M.I. seemed to be a better time trialist than Lance compared to his contemporaries. If you could put M.I. from '93 or '94 into a time machine and race him in the '01 TDF, though, I'd bet on Lance. I don't think M.I. could climb with Lance day after day, and I don't think big Mig could get it all back in a time trial.

That would be a great race, though.
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I just hope comes the Tour he (Lance) still packs those statistics with him so he can retain his fourth yellow jersey
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What about the numbers for Ullrich??

Would be nice to know!
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Originally posted by vovk25
What about the numbers for Ullrich??

Would be nice to know!
Ullrich is gone as far as this years tour is concern :
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