Great Lakes Analytics in Sports Conference
Assistant Professor of Mathematics | University of North Dakota
Math on the Run: Analytical Insights
into the Marathon
The marathon has never been more popular among elite and recreational runners. This talk will feature discussion on world records progression, race pacing strategies, and the fairness of the current qualifying standards for the Boston Marathon. Attendees will be able to name factors involved in race performance, identify applications of mathematical modeling to distance running, and develop vocabulary used in running and mathematics.
Jeremiah Bartz is an assistant professor of mathematics at the University of North Dakota. His research interests include arrangement theory, combinatorics, and sports analytics. As a recreational runner, he is continually testing out race strategies. Some are more successful than others.
Watch a video of Jeremiah's GLASC presentation
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