314 David Naylor - Age Group Story
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David Naylor is an age grouper, and CTO of a data science company. As a relative beginner to triathlon who’d only completed one sprint distance race, he was inspired by some friends who had completed Ironman UK and promptly signed up himself - despite not being able to swim front crawl! David talks with honesty about overcoming a period of poor mental health, and how regular exercise helps him stay mentally, as well as physically, healthy.

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The Greg Bennett Show
The Greg Bennett Show
Greg Bennett
Chris McCormack interviews Greg Bennett - 2020 Podcast Recap, Greg's Journey
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1 hr 49 min
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