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This week we get inside the head of one of the most successful triathletes of all time. You are probably know who Macca is and this is a rare opportunity to find out what went through his head when he was racing. We discuss the champion mindset that allowed him to overcome his competitors and the voices inside his head that told him to stop. We discuss the changes to the 2020 World Championship events and what this means for 2021. We look at the new Lance Armstrong documentary and changes to Strava.
This week we are excited to be joined by Australian triathlete and professional cyclist, Cameron Wurf.
Cam has raced as an Olympic rower, professional cyclist (currently signed with Team Ineos) AND finished fifth in Kona in 2019. We talk about Cam's return to cycling, the impact that he has had on professional triathlon and his pursuit of high performance.
This is another great opportunity to gain insight into what is involved in being one of the strongest athletes in the world.
This week we are extremely lucky to be joined by Emma Frodeno (Snowsill), Australia’s only Olympic triathlon gold medalist, Commonwealth gold medalist, and three time world champion. We look back at her journey through triathlon, how it led to the high of 2008, how that race felt, and what followed.
We also discuss the possibility of Ironman moving their world championship to 2021 and doubling up in that year, while Tim talks through the changes being made to the IMVR series (he’s a big fan).
This week we are joined by multiple World Champion & Olympic gold medalist, Jan Frodeno.
Jan discusses the 2008 Olympics and the impact of achieving a life-long goal so early in his life. We discuss how the 2018 70.3 World Championship mirrored that race so much then look at last year's amazing Kona performance. Jan tells us how much faster he can go, what is happening inside his head and what he sees for the future. This is a rare opportunity to hear from one of the top athletes on the planet.
This week we discuss the launch of the PHO3NIX Triathlon team, more virtual race results and even IMVR finisher gear that you can wrap yourselves in.
We are also joined by Commonwealth Games Mixed Team Relay Gold Medalist and rising star of Australian triathlon, Matt Hauser. We discuss the impacts of the Tokyo Olympics being moved on his career and his concern over qualifying after Cam Wurf decided to step down in distance.
This week we talk all things virtual including Frodo's indoor IronMan (and why we aren't blown away by it), Lionel dominating esports and changes to the cycling calendar.
We are also joined by Sarah Crowley, with too many victories to list, Sarah is the fastest ever Australian in both Kona and at the IronMan distance. Sarah talks about her career, what motivates her, how she stays focused for 8 hours straight and what her battle with Lucy Charles-Barclay was like last year in Kona.