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Plus, we preview the PTO's Canadian Open this weekend.
It's a very Midwestern episode.
It's baptism by fire for many of the cadets—but the skills and teamwork learned pay off down the road.
And we preview Challenge Roth.
The Bermudian has always chased the challenge over the victory. As he prepares to walk away from professional sport, he opens up about his unique philosophy and shares three keys for up-and-comers looking to pursue the next level of triathlon.
Plus, Sid prepares for the super secret not-secret Roth after-party.
When he was just a kid, he chose to have his legs amputated instead of spending all his time in surgeries—and he hasn't stopped moving since.
And the big question of the weekend: What was the best performance?
As the first paratriathlete to have earned a standard USA Triathlon elite license, Chris Hammer is going pro - and he's all-in on the endeavor.
Through community, she found strength; through triathlon, she found freedom.
Plus: Is this season too full of races? How does the Sub 7/8 Project fit in?
Dave Scott and Yvonne van Vlerken share what the moment meant, how the lead-up went, and the impact it had on them and on the sport.
The young Olympian talks to us about her goals, her breakthroughs, and social media.
In case you missed it: The Olympian, four-time Escape From Alcatraz winner, and runner-up at 70.3 World Championships in 2017 talks Alcatraz strategy, race-day pacing, and much more.
Sam Renouf, the CEO of the Pro Triathletes Organization, on what they have planned.
The 40-year-old will do laps at the Outlaw Half this weekend in the UK to raise awareness and funds for the disease.
Opening up about mental burnout and struggles.
“I don’t think we’re going to have non-binary categories in triathlon for a very long time."
Anne Hed, CEO of Hed Wheels, started out as a pro triathlete—when Ironman Hawaii cost $100. A lot has changed since then.
We hear from the athletes on the ground, and break down the exciting race.
As Appleton begins his U.S. race season at Oceanside this weekend, we take a closer look at the special partnership he has with his new coach, old friend, and longtime rival.
Triathlete Hour Podcast: Jonas Deichmann Celebrated His Around-the-World Tri With More Biking & Running
And your 70.3 Oceanside preview.
If you didn't hear Youri Keulen's spontaneous heartfelt outpouring at the finish line of Clash Miami, look it up. Then get the full story.
Triathlete Hour Podcast: During COVID, Minori Minagawa Went From New Triathlete to Athlete of the Year to Pro
And tri season is really really here.
For the USAT Grand Masters Athlete of the Year, fun = success.
These were the first women to...
Mike Alexander uses triathlon and art to heal from the trauma of forced adoption and the difficulties it led to.
And we break down the first big weekend of racing.
Known throughout the 80s for his size and the size of his adventures, Alexander embraced it and set an example for others in work, life, and triathlon. "I am who I am."
She’s racing women more than half her age and still posting PRs. How does she do it—and what can we learn from her?
Already the oldest person to ever finish the Ironman World Championship race in Hawaii, Inada hasn’t slowed down. He shares his training schedule and mental approach to triathlon and to life.
And what we think about the new NCAA announcement.
Jacob and Joseph Mansbach are using hard work (and triathlon) to help the most vulnerable in their community.
The last episode of our special run podcast.
Plus, Sid Talks on the PTO Board, Couples Championships, and the Esports Tri World Champs.
When this athlete felt uninspired by the lack of local races in her area, she decided to take matters into her own hands.
What does it take to win Paralympic medals in three sports?
While triathlon has a long history in Japan, it's been growing in the region in recent years.
Stef & Phil are joined by the Olympic champ, Flora Duffy.
Check out Emma-Kate Lidbury's author page.
Two coaches have teamed up to spread the endurance sports knowledge.
Her two rules for racing.
As only one of four female presidents of an international federation, World Triathlon leader Marisol Casado is paving the way for both women and tri in the Olympics.
"It's too hard not to be myself."
He says: It's not a problem.
He likes to keep a low profile and fly under the radar, but here we find out more about Dan Lorang...
Pay it forward, she says.
Dan Lorang is excited to see what the reigning 70.3 world champion can do in short- and long-course racing.
Three triathletes share their weight loss journeys and the nutritional tools that helped them reach their goals.
After years of ignoring her ulcerative colitis diagnosis, Lee-Ann Watanabe (and her ostomy) now race to show how health and fitness comes in many forms.
And he isn't slowing down.
She’s had one of the biggest breakthrough years we’ve seen from an athlete for some time, but how did she do it? Taylor Knibb’s coach Ian O’Brien lifts the lid on the training, mindset, and tactics they used to crack a stellar season.
In this special pop-up podcast, Crowie join our hosts Stef & Phil for an intro and breakdown of how the sport has changed.
From national team athlete to world-traveling photographer to talent development.
Plus, what counts as a world record and when should a course be modified for safety?
The man behind the biggest triathlon in the world—and how he kept it going.
Remember the name Kira Gupta-Baltazar - you're going to hear it a lot over the next few years. Get to know the new NCAA Women’s Triathlon Champion and aspiring 2024 Olympian.
How do you tackle your first Ironman and then look to defend your Xterra world title?