World Triathlon Podcast Episode 22 brings the power of positivity to the end of 2020 in the form of USA Triathlon legend Siri Lindley who just ran her first 5km since beating cancer and who’s infectious lust for life and determination to thrive is a joy to the ears.
The Netherlands' Maya Kingma, who scored a first World Cup podium in Karlovy Vary in September, joins us to talk about that magical moment, the pros and cons of virtual racing and her day job creating mind-reading software.
Fresh from back-to-back weekends of racing against the biggest names in the sport, Portugal's latest triathlon talent gives us the inside track on his remarkable Hamburg World Championship and Karlovy Vary World Cup silvers.
World Triathlon Podcast Ep. 16 2020 World Champions
Tommy Zaferes catches up with the newly crowned 2020 World Champions Georgia Taylor-Brown (GBR) and Vincent Luis (FRA) to reflect on their outstanding WTS Hamburg performances and look ahead to the Karlovy Vary World Cup.
In our fourth episode, Canada's Tyler Mislawchuk looks back on a brilliant 2019 and a 2020 that started with an unlikely Duathlon European Championship, saw a fortnight quarantined in his parent's basement, and has see the Tokyo Test Event winner just rediscover the pool. Search World Triathlon P...
A horrific training accident in 2017 may have left Australia's Lauren Parker without the use of her legs, but it did nothing to dim her burning desire to win. Thanks to her best friend and training partner Brad Fernley, within months she was on the Commonwealth Games podium, and just two years la...