Results: http://zwiftpower.com/events.php?zid=211652

The WTRL Team Time Trial (TTT) allows teams of 4-8 Zwifters to race against the clock together to achieve the fastest possible times on Road Bikes. Riders should be registered with www.zwiftpower.com to ensure their results count for the team.

***If you are riding as a lone rider (no team) DO NOT attempt to ride with, draft or otherwise interfere with a team of riders.***

Visit the WTRL website for more information, rules, results, TEAM REGISTRATION, START TIME and PEN ALLOCATION
https://www.facebook.com/groups/WTRLTTT

About WTRL Team Time Trials.

Teams are encouraged to use Discord and start their races at 1 minute allocated time intervals. Each team member usually takes a turn to "pull" at the front while teammates "sit in" and draft behind. After their turn, the lead rider reduces his power and drops to the back of the team, allowing the next rider to take the lead. Smooth acceleration is key to avoid gaps forming in the line of team riders so keep a close eye on the rider in front of you.

Should one team catch and overtake another, the overtaken team is be expected to drop back and not draft the overtaking team. The overtaking team can aid this process by speeding up through the overtake. Rogue riders are not permitted to drift another team.

The FOURTH rider to cross the finishing line in a team of 5 to 8 riders (THIRD for a team of 3 or 4) sets the time for the team. This means that each team will try to get their first four (at least) riders across the finish line in a tight group. It is actually a disadvantage for any rider to finish far in advance of the fourth rider, as by staying back a faster rider can help the fourth rider to get a quicker time through the draft.

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How come I'm listed in the results when I never finished the race?
Because Zwiftpower estimates your finish time in the race.
John Nelson wrote:
Thu Aug 15, 2019 9:50 pm
How come I'm listed in the results when I never finished the race?
Race organiser can activate an option to force (some) DNF into the results, usually when they have suffered a network issue near the end.