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Ironman 70.3 World Champion Julie Dibens of Great Britain has announced that she will be racing in two of the three Revolution3 triathlon races in 2010, and she will be talking about it on a radio show tonight. Dibens will first race at the Olympic distance race in Knoxville, Tenn. on May 9, 2010 and then will head over to Middlebury, Conn. to compete at the half-Ironman distance race on June 6.
The race in Connecticut is attracting a world-class field, especially on the women’s side. Dibens will face off against Switzerland’s Natascha Badmann, Australia’s Mirinda Carfrae, The Netherlands’ Yvonne Van Vlerken, Canada’s Magali Tisseyre, New Zealand’s Samantha Warriner, Canada’s Angela Naeth and the United States’ Joanna Zeiger, Rebeccah Wassner and Amanda Lovato.
Dibens will be talking about her decision to be a part of the Rev3 race series on a live online radio show tonight at 8 p.m. EST. The upcoming lineup for the radio show, which is hosted by Heather Gollnick and Simply Stu, includes Mirinda Carfrae and Matt Reed.