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December 9 - Data Driven:Specialized Product Developoment

Olympian and ITU medalist Sarah True.  Sarah brought her ITU speed to Kona and earned a 4th place finish on the big island.


She's fast, she's smart, she's tough as nails.  We get to talk with her about the road to Kona, what it was like racing at the Ironman World Championship and what she's doing to help people struggling with depression and anxiety.

Bike fit.  Sure you know its important to your performance and comfort.  Do you know how much performance you can get?  Do you know why?


Cliff Simms, Todd Carver and Franko Vatterot, founders of RETUL tell the history, the science and the future of fitting and bike designs



A pro-cyclist experience in epic destinations around the globe.  Alain Lambert, Chairman of Haute Route North America joins to define that first class experience and what it takes to prepare for these epic events.



Weekly podcast helping you to get the most out of your triathlon training!

How to qualify for USAT Nationals and Team USA!  USAT COO Tim Yount and Rankings Coordinator Nick Koppin explain the ranking system and qualifying criteria.


upcoming interviews

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December 2 - How RETUL Was Built

Coach and author, Debbie Potts joins us to talk about Kona 2018, her expertise with adrenal fatigue and holistic approach to coaching athletes.


Debbie believes in transforming the WHOLE athlete from the inside out.  She has authored the Wholistic Method and Life Is Not A Race, It's a Journey. 



Meredith Kessler has inspired us for years as a professional Ironman triathlete.  She will be the keynote speaker at the inaugural Women in Triathlon Summit this Nov 30-Dec 2.


Hear the wise words she shares with our community and her one year old son, Mak.



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November 25

​Mile High Endurance Triathlon Podcast

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November 18