As with the Twin Lakes race, if anyone else who did the Lake Zurich race (Sprint or Olympic) wants a similar report with their own data, just email me at camontgom[at]gmail[dot]com, and I'll generate it and send it to you.
Official Results: http://edge.raceresults360.com/rr360/race/eFqyb/#/results::1468360337059
Performance by Race Segment
As the bar charts above show, the bike is a big weakness for me. I think the bike leg of this race went ok given my current cycling fitness, but this is an area I need to work on for next year. If I can get my bike up to the level of my swim and run, it will significantly improve my overall finish.
Play by Play Graphs
These plots show how my standing evolved throughout the race. I've also included the standing of the overall winner and the winner of my age group. The first plot shows the time gap and the second plot shows the position gap.
Obviously, I dropped lost a in terms of both time and position during the bike leg, but I was able to make up a bit of ground on the run.
The Lake Zurich Triathlon was a great race, and I think I learned a lot about what I need to focus on to come back faster next year.