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Long course triathlon has been dominated by Jan Frodeno and Daniela Ryf in recent years. So much so that most of their competition have admitted that they don't even think they can beat them!
Does this mean that Jan and Dani have beaten their competitors before the race has even begun? Who or what will it take for someone to stand up to their dominance and not be afraid? Who if anyone can beat them?
To discuss this we are joined by Macca to get his insights into the who, what and why of this question.
This week we are extremely lucky to be joined by 2014 Ironman World Champion Sebastian Kienle. Sebi is one of the biggest names in the sport and part of the fabric of long distance racing.
We discuss the impact of 2020, the emergence of the PTO, Lionel Sanders and how at 36 his desire to improve and become a better athlete is stronger than ever.
No one is more dialled in to the changing dynamic of triathlon than the Kona winner and uber-biker who is looking for a new edge to take to the competition.
What a weekend of triathlon with Iron Man, 70.3, XTERRA and even a little ITU World Championship all happening.
We round up the all the racing that happened over the weekend including all of the action from the ITU World Championship. We also look at the PTO supported Helvellyn Triathlon.
All of the racing action, coverage and lack thereof raises the question whether Iron Man is critical to the future success of triathlon? Would Kona still be as iconic if it wasn't called an Iron Man?
The ITU faces backlash over a one-day World Championship, drama at the TDF and speculation that Iron Man World Champion Jan Frodeno is injured is just some of what we cover on this week's episode.
We are also joined by Australian triathlete Jake Birtwhistle. Jake is the defending ITU Hamburg champion and we discuss the decision to make the event a championship race, having the Olympics moved and some insight into the newly launched Pho3nix Foundation and all that they have coming up.
You've heard that Super League is triathlon done differently and that was certainly the case at the SLT Arena Games.
The Arena games saw athletes compete in both the real and virtual world with swims in a pool & riding and running on Zwift.
MX Endurance gives you the definitive post-race round up as we are joined by Macca to discuss the event as well as interviews with both winners, Jess Learmonth and Justus Nieschlag.
Is Iron Man the worst distance? Are the Olympics the pinnacle of our sport? Is getting an M Dot tattoo a faux pas? This week we discuss some of the most controversial triathlon opinions.
Be careful because these takes might be too hot to handle. We also discuss positive signs that the PTO Daytona event may happen, the recent 5000m world record and preview this weekend's SLT Arena Games.