His peak power output for 10 minutes was 390 watts, and 30 minutes at 369 watts. Those power averages were two of his 10 best outputs of his life, ever, and they were done on a course which is very hilly, with periods of coasting.
Once he caught Cam Dye at half-way thru the bike, Ben knew he was in for a great day, given the numbers he saw on the bike, and how much he respects Cam’s ability, especially as a rider. Ben pushed hard on the way in and averaged an impressive 5.3 watts/kg for the 43 min ride.
Ben’s run file for the day shows a conservative start, and strong finish. The fact he was in the lead for the entire run gave him no one to pace off-of, or shield him from the strong head winds coming off the ocean. This was the challenge of a time trial start, especially being at the front, you get limited opportunity to see how your competitors are racing. Add in the complexity of a longer, odd-distance run, and pacing with two major climbs can be challenging.
Still he managed to match the fastest split of the day up the infamous Sand Ladder, where he had a peak power output on the run 415 watts for the 1:50 interval. Here’s an image of his run file, but the data can be viewed at this link here