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IronMan is being sued for not offering refunds for events cancelled during COVID. A complaint has been filed in Florida and the MX Endurance team unpack what it's all about as well as the thoughts of some of our members.
We are also lucky to be joined by ITU athlete, Georgia Taylor-Brown to discuss her approach to Tokyo 2020(21), what training in Leeds with the Brownlee's is like and the different approaches to endurance training for women to men.
2021 looks like being absolutely jam packed with Olympics, 2 Konas and more world championships than you can count on one hand!
We thought this could be the perfect opportunity to put out thinking hats on and look at the ways in which triathlon could come out the other side of this break from racing bigger and better than ever!
Do not be fooled by our catchy title, this week we talk about what we would do in a perfect world to try and make triathlon bigger and better than ever before!
John McAvoy, a former armed robber and one of Britain’s most wanted men was born into a crime family, after two spells in prison he found redemption through sport.
Given two life sentences and told that he’d never change and always be a danger to society John started his stay in one of Britain’s highest security prisons.
John’s story is fascinating because it highlights the importance and power of sport and the power of opportunity - the difference between having it or not.
It's the 100th episode and to celebrate we got Greg Bennett from the BE with Champions podcast to sit down with Macca to work out who is the greatest male triathlete of all time.
Greg had an amazing professional career and both he and Chris raced and trained with most of the athletes on the list. Greg has been managing a list of athletes for years where he used a set of criteria to decide.
Who will be in the top fifteen? Who rounds out the top five? Who is the greatest male triathlete of all time?
Few athlete have have had as big an impact on the sport of triathlon as Chrissie Wellington. A 4-time Kona champion, Chrissie is the fastest woman to ever complete an IronMan distance event and has 5 of the fastest ever recorded results out of the all-time top 10.
Chrissie retired in 2011 undefeated at the IronMan distance after one of the toughest Kona victories by any athlete in Kona. We look at how triathlon changed Chrissie as a person and the what the pressure of being undefeated was like.
Bob Babbitt has seen it all! From racing the 2nd Hawaiian IronMan to becoming the go to source for Kona-week coverage and being inducted into both the USA Triathlon and IronMan Halls of Fame, Bob has become synonymous with the sport of triathlon.
If you are a fan of triathlon you probably know who Bob is or you have watched 'Breakfast with Bob'. Bob has been there to see so much of the history of our sport happen and we got discuss some of his highlights over the last forty odd years.