Free Spirits Nonathlon Rower Profile - Iain





Free Spirits enjoy our Concept 2 with the camaraderie and motivation that comes from being part of an online community. Our ethos is to have fun whilst training on the erg. It doesn't matter how much or little anyone rows, or whether you prefer distance work or sprints. There is something for all. Age is irrelevant. Nobody will tell you what you must do but we warn you that participation can get addictive with our members participating in many challenges during the season.

Part of club life is participation in and discussion of the Nonathlon which is why we built this tool for all to enjoy and use to fine tune your Nonathlon effort and reminisce about seasons gone by.

Season Points 500 1k 2k 5k 6k 10k 30 60 HM FM + Avg.
2009 7859 864 866 869 860 851 856 861 867 856 860 100 861
2010 7833 876 878 844 851 851 860 864 856 853 786 100 852
2011 7637 834 823 809 856 842 826 856 846 845 412 100 795
2012 7664 824 867 818 866 861 831 848 845 802 804 100 837
2015 7053 823 787 773 778 784 787 784 765 772 0 784
2019 7330 773 834 798 825 825 809 833 827 806 0 814
2020 7509 812 850 829 833 840 827 842 847 829 0 834
2021 7746 822 844 854 843 850 847 857 854 850 847 100 847
Score Colour Gradient

The table shows all of a rower's scores for every event in every year they have rowed. Use the buttons on the right of the table to colour code the results on an orange-yellow-light green-green-blue-purple scale showing low->high scores or low->high performance compared to the average score for that year.

Select Formatting Option

None Score Avg

Interesting facts

Best Season - 2009
Best Score - 878 points in the 1k in the 2010 season
Best overall event - 1k with an average score of 844

All seasons

This chart shows all of the performances for every year that the rower has entered a score for that event.
You can see from this data trends over years within each event and alse trends across years.

Radar Chart
Radar Chart
Radar Chart

The radar graphs show performance for the current season and last season. Using a radar graph makes it easy to see where performance has dipped for any event or type (sprint, mid-distance, long-distance) of event. A nice smooth shape shows you have been pretty consistent across all events. Some rowers may see a 'spiral' effect if they have a strong bias towards short or long distances. The final radar shows a comparison of the last two seasons on the same axis.

(Note that the individual season radars have an axis that scales to accomodate the scores for that year, making reading across years a bit tricky.)

All of the data above is based upon the rower name that was used this season. If a rower has used other names in the past, they just need to drop me an email and I can set the system to look for those names too and collate them for you (unfortunately the '#psychic_powers plugin is not working right now). You can contact me jon.taylor@gmail.com. Please let me know if there are any features that you would like to see and any issues that you encounter. Finally, many thanks to Paul Harris and Andy Nield for keeping the Nonathlon alive and well.