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Is a triathlon podcast really a triathlon podcast if it hasn't interviewed Dave Scott?
This week we we are joined by a legend of triathlon, 6-time Kona Champion, Dave Scott.
What is it like to lose the greatest triathlon of all time? What does the future of the sport look like and what sort of changes are the PTO making to help facilitate that change? Dave Scott answers all of these questions and more as he speaks with James about the history of the sport and what is to come on this week's episode.
With no Kona this year or much racing at all, we look to the future to try and work out who we think will be the next new Kona champions. Who will be the next male and female athletes to win Kona who have never won Kona before?
Will it be Lionel Sanders or will his second place be his best effort? Can Lucy Charles-Barclay put together a performance good enough to beat Daniela Ryf? Or do we need to look further into the future at up and coming stars like Kristian Blummenfelt or Ashleigh Gentle?
The endurance sports world came grinding to a halt this week as people were no longer able to upload their workouts!!!
We are also excited to be joined by American triathlete, former World Champion and last year's Kona runner-up, Tim O'Donnell. We talk about his Kona race last year, what 2021 is looking like for him and the very active role he has taken up with the PTO. He explains how the PTO will work for athletes and what its formation means for triathlon.
Since retiring as a professional triathlete, Macca has become a triathlon professional working with MX Endurance, Superleague Triathlon, Bahrain Endurance and now Pho3nix. Having raced as one of the most successful professional triathletes in history who better to discuss the current state of triathlon?
This week, Chris talks us through the ways in which our sport will change, the history and current situation with Ironman and what triathlon might look like in the future.
This week we are joined the 2019 Ironman World Champion Anne Haug.
Anne was part of one of the most exciting women's races we have seen in Kona for many years and is the first German to ever win the race.
We talk about her amazing day in Kona, how her short course career prepared her for long course success and ask if she thinks she can beat Daniela Ryf on her best day.
We also discuss the appointment of the new PTO Vice-Chairman Chris Kermode and what he could bring to triathlon.
This week we are joined by Lauren Parker, the 2019 ITU World Paratriathlon Champion, member of the Bahrain Endurance 13 Team, and 2018 Commonwealth Games bronze medalist. We talk about her journey through paratriathlon following her accident in 2017, her achievements so far, and her plans for the future.
We also discuss changes to IronMan pro racing and prize money, a new everesting record and introduce their new PTO specific segment focusing on all things Professional Triathletes Organisation.