The Triathlete Hour Podcast: Linsey Corbin Is On A ‘Triathlon Sabbatical’

After opting for her pro license just to avoid the mass start in her first Ironman, how has Linsey Corbin kept upping her game over her 15-year career?

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In ep. 7 of The Triathlete Hour, Ironman champ and American record holder Linsey Corbin talks to us during her mini “triathlon sabbatical” about Bend, food, and how her husband’s early Youtube videos helped her marketing.

Linsey using an injury right now to practice some self-reflection, figure out her why, and focus on being Linsey the Person—not just Linsey the Triathlete. Plus, we chat about how she’s managed to be one of the longest lasting female pros at the top level, returning to Kona 13 times, and how the women’s field has improved so much it’s forced her to up her game as well.

First, though, our host Kelly O’Mara and endurance sports marketing expert Peter Abraham try to find some answers to the big questions triathletes have right now: When will races come back and what will they look like?

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