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Crowie In Kona: The Post-Race Interview Series

Never-before-seen clips of Crowie talking about the build up to his third Ironman World Championship title.

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Less than 24 hours after winning the Ironman World Championship, Craig Alexander sat down with Triathlete’s Jené Shaw to chat about the record-breaking race. Check out these never-before-seen clips of Crowie talking about the build up to his third Ironman World Championship title.

What did you take away from 2010?

What have you learned from working with the team at Retül about what you need in a bike fit?

How long had you actually ridden the Shiv before the race?

Because of your illness you had to cut back your racing schedule this year. Do you think doing fewer races works better for you?

Based on how last year went, what specific changes did you make to your training plan for this year?

What did you learn from the 2010 Kona race?

Do you always watch your competitors racing? What goes through your mind?

For more on Alexander and the 2011 Ironman World Championship pick up the January issue of Triathlete, on newsstands now.