Mon, 24 April 2017
News: Results from Ironman Texas and StrongMan; Brownlee wins his first 70.3; Chrissie went 2:49 at the London Marathon; It's baby season; The 70.3 World Championships will be in Nice, France in 2019; Challenge Taiwan is coming up.
This Weeks Discussion: Would it work to have age group qualification for regional championship races and if they had championship waves would you be more motivated to attend these races? Comment here.
Interview: This week we have John Young on the show. He was the first person with dwarfism to complete an Ironman. He is such an inspirational person. You can follow John on twitter by clicking here.
This Weeks Websites: Nikes sub 2 hour marathon site.
Mon, 17 April 2017
News: Ironman Texas is coming up this weekend; 2 hour marathon record attempt is happening in early May.
This Weeks Discussion: If you were to create a dream team to crack 8 hours, or even 7:45, for the guys or 8:40 for the girls, who would you choose and why?
Statstastic: This week we look at the first person to do 20 consecutive Ironman World Championship races.
Session of the Week: Leading up to Challenge Roth John is going to have a look at some of his key sessions during his training week. This week we look at his long ride.
Coaches Corner: This week we look at an external cooling technique that can have a impact on your race times.
Website of the Week: Daniel Ward sent through this great post from early220.blogspot.co.uk. There's some great photos from the history of the sport.
Mon, 10 April 2017
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Mon, 3 April 2017
News: Results from Ironman South Africa, Oceanside and Texas 70.3s; Sea2Sky Challenge; Ironman's new volunteer incentive.
This Weeks Discussion: Daddy Death Peter Tinholt sent through this weeks discussion. He was wondering: How do other people feel when they have raced previously (and have now pulled away from Ironman) and then gone to watch? Was it tough? Emotional? Let us know what that experience has been like for you. Comment here.
This Weeks Photo: Here's three legends of the sport (Scott Molina, John Hellemans, and Scott Ballance) at John's Sea to Sky Challenge last weekend.
Statstastic: This week we look at the oldest Ironman races around the world.
Interview: This week we get Mitch Anderson on the show to talk about his breaking the 12 hour world record cycling mark, doing 501.6km. He talks us through his whole experience. Plus he shares some other great insights into the sport. You can follow Mitch on Twitter by clicking here.
Website of the Week: James Thamm send through an article from his local newspapers about Major League Triathlon. Click here to check it out.
This Weeks Websites: Here's Jocelyn McCauley's website.