Dec 14

Race Time Prediction

Categories: Glossary, Performance

Race time prediction is the process of predicting how quickly a person will run an upcoming race to the best of their ability. There are numerous approaches, most commonly centred around previous race performance.

In due course we will discuss a number of the best known and important methods.

Using advanced Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning tools, TrainAsONE has developed its own race time prediction methodology. In an interval review these demonstrated themselves to be more accurate than other published work. As of now (February 2023), these are not yet incorporated into the live system, but we are working hard to complete the outstanding work to do so as soon as possible. The intention is to begin user beta-testing during April of this year (2023) as part of the Artemis algorithm update. At that time we will also publish further information to evidence their accuracy.

About The Author

Dr. Sean Radford, the Founder & CEO of TrainAsONE, is a medical doctor, IT expert, coach and podium finisher in international endurance events. He has dedicated more than 20 years to the research of health, fitness and social well-being of the general population. He has been developing Artificially Intelligent (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) tools to help tackle some of the world’s leading health issues. Dr Radford is a Tech Ambassador for the UK, considered a leading expert in his field, and is a regular speaker at key events, as well as an author of numerous research publications.