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This week we round up the PTO Wild card picks with Charles Adamo, Chairman of the PTO. How did we go with our predictions and what can we expect from the PTO's first marquee event.
We then get to chat with 2012 Olympic Silver Medallist, Lisa Norden. Lisa has an amazing resume in both triathlon and cycling and has recently turned her attention to middle-distance triathlon. We chat about her 2012 and 2008 Olympic races, her strong performances in cycling and what to expect from her in the future.
This week we are joined by Adam Hansen, a professional cyclist who rides for Lotto–Soudal and has ridden 20 grand tours in a row. That is the Giro d'Italia, the Tour de France and the Vuelta a España every year.
Adam recently announced that he is turning his attention to Iron Man racing and he is coming with big ambitions. Find out what his approach to triathlon will be, what he plans to do different and if he think anyone can ride faster than him.
The PTO are set to announce 20 wildcards spots to the inaugural PTO Championship in Daytona this year. With the top 40 ranked PTO athletes automatically qualifying who could get one of these golden tickets?
This week we run through who we would pick for the wildcard slots that would make the December race the biggest and best triathlon event of the year! Who will we include? Who will we deny? Who will we forget to mention completely by mistake? Find out plus much much more.
Lots to unpack this week with the news that Daniela Ryf is injured, the PTO is supporting even more races and lots of racing including the Asia-Pacific Iron Man Championships in Cairns. We round-up all the professional racing then turn our eye to the age group race.
199 finishers competed for 75 Kona slots in Cairns makes us ask the question? Is this the end of Kona? Does this change people's opinions of racing Kona? Is it about getting the strongest field possible or as many athletes as possible?
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.