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Triathlon Taren Podcast

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Danielle Dingman: Victim of a Twitter Attack as a Rookie Pro - Triathlon Taren Podcast

12/10/2017
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Danielle Dingman has been the subject of a Twitter attack as a result of a GoFundMe campaign she launched to help fund her rookie season as an Ironman 70.3 pro. Danielle speaks about how she first heard about the online attack, which pro triathletes have reached out to offer support or advice, and how she plans to approach her rookie season given that her introduction to the pro ironman 70.3 ranks has been less than ideal. Topics discussed in the interview: Danielle Dingman GoFundMe Campaign...

Duration: 00:45:35


Sarah Crowley: From Accounting to the Ironman World Championship Podium - Triathlon Taren Podcast

12/3/2017
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In this interview Triathlon Taren and No Triathlon Kim speak with Sarah Crowley, who's had the best probably the best all around 2017 full Ironman distance seasons of all female triathletes out there. She won two regional events at the Asia Pacific Ironman Championship, the European Ironman Championship in Frankfurt, and Capped it off with an ITU World Triathlon Series long course win and then she went to the Ironman World Championship where she finished third overall. Learn about her story...

Duration: 01:14:59


John Cobb on Lance Armstrong in the Windtunnel and Overpriced Bikes - Triathlon Taren Podcast

11/26/2017
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John Cobb is the founder of Cobb Cycling. It's not well know that John Cobb was one of the first people to ever have cyclist enter a wind tunnel; John was bringing cyclists and triathletes like Lance Armstrong and Mike Pigg into the windtunnel at Texas A&M in the mid-eighties. In this podcast interview John talks about how he founded Cobb Cycling, why he has sold Cobb Cycling, and shares many stories from his time in bike industry like when he used to sit on a milk crate at the Ironman...

Duration: 01:20:07


Ben Fuqua: Top 10 American in Kona in Just 5 Days a Week - Triathlon Taren Podcast

11/20/2017
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In this interview Triathlon Taren and No Triathlon Kim speak with competitive age group triathlete Ben Fuqua from Team Every Man Jack. Ben started triathlon in 2010 and in his first several races he was anything but spectacular, clocking half-ironman finish times of 6:34 and full ironman times close to fourteen hours. Ben transformed his body and his triathlon racing ability dramatically in just several seasons and now has a personal best half-ironman finish time of 4:13 and was a top 10...

Duration: 00:58:44


Chris Fortune from Powertap talks building Saris Group, Meditation, and Industry Trends - Triathlon Taren Podcast

11/12/2017
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In this episode Triathlon Taren sat down with the founder of Saris Cycling group, Chris Fortune, while at Interbike 2017 to hear about the story of how Saris came to become one of the leading brands in cycling. Chris Fortune's Saris Cycling Group may be better known for it's consumer-facing brands Powertap, Cyclops, and the Bones car rack. Topics discussed in this interview: Richie Davidson brain imaging Powertap Cycleops Bones rack

Duration: 00:59:33


Sarah True: Good and Bad being a 2-time Olympian & moving to 70.3 racing - Triathlon Taren Podcast

11/5/2017
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Sarah True is a two-time Olympian and has recently moved up to the half-ironman distance with great success achieving multiple podium placings in 70.3 races, a fourth place finish at the half-ironman world championships in Chattanooga and a win at half-ironman Austin 70.3. In this interview Sarah talks about the good and bad aspects of being an ITU series professional triathlete, how half-ironman racing has renewed her passion for triathlon, mistakes she's made in her first year of long...

Duration: 00:33:21


Half-Ironman Austin 70.3 2017 Race Recap - Triathlon Taren Podcast

10/30/2017
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Half-Ironman Austin 70.3 happened on October 29, 2017 and Triathlon Taren placed 5th in the 35-39 age category and 82nd overall, qualifying for Half-Ironman Worlds South Africa in 2018. In this podcast Taren sits down in the grass right after the awards ceremony and discusses the things that went well from the race, what went poorly, what lessons he learned from the race, and how he needs to approach future races. Things discussed in the podcast: Results TYR Cat 5 Hurricane My Gear list

Duration: 00:38:14


Ironman Hawaii 2017 World Championship Pro Recap: Patrick Lagne, Daniela Ryf, Doping, The Future of Ironman - Triathlon Taren Podcast

10/22/2017
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In this episode of the Triathlon Taren Podcast, Taren and No Triathlon Kim (NTK) sit down and recap the Ironman Hawaii 2017 World Championship. Taren and Kim discuss Patrick Lagne's unique running ability, Lionel Sanders' insanely analytic mind, Daniela Ryf's dominance, USA's lack of appearance on the podium, Jan Frodeno's sportsmanlike finish, superbikers vs super swimmers, cycling indoors, Lucy Charles amazing coming out party, among many other topics. Thank you Trainiacs for supporting...

Duration: 01:06:38


Ironman Hawaii Day 1: Patrick McCrann Talks about How to Qualify for Kona - Triathlon Taren Podcast

10/10/2017
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While at Ironman Hawaii 2017 Triathlon Taren sat down with Patrick McCrann, the head coach of the Endurance Nation triathlon team. Patrick is a multiple time Kona qualifier as an age grouper, in this interview Patrick talks about how triathletes need to approach deciding to qualify for Kona, how to deal with the heat in Kona, and why Kona is the toughest triathlon in the world. See more about Endurance Nation by clicking here.

Duration: 00:30:37


Ironman Hawaii 2017: Bob Babbitt Picks The Winners - Triathlon Taren Podcast

10/10/2017
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While at Ironman Hawaii 2017 Triathlon Taren and No Triathlon Kim sat down with Bob Babbitt, the host and creator of Babbittville Radio which one of the longest standing pro-race coverage interview podcasts and live streams in ironman triathlon. Bob Babbitt entered his first Ironman Triathlon in 1980 when he was a gym teacher and the race, which he thought was held over two separate days, completely changes his life. Listen to Bob Babbitt sit down and talk about how the sport of ironman...

Duration: 00:24:27


Wahoo Fitness Founder Chip Hawkins on: Starting Businesses, The Future of Bike Tech, and Taking Risks Ep.008 - Triathlon Taren Podcast

10/1/2017
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Chip Hawkins, the Founder of the insanely quick growing company Wahoo Fitness, sits down with Taren while at Interbike 2017 to talk about the history of how he started Wahoo Fitness, the decisions he believes led to the success of the company, the riskiest moments in Wahoo's history, the mindset required to start and grow companies, where he feels the endurance sports tech industry is heading, and even some of the gadgets he has in mind for future Wahoo projects. Topics mentioned in the...

Duration: 01:03:56


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