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The World Triathlon Podcast
The official podcast of World Triathlon, bringing you stories and insights from the world's top Elite triathletes.
Sep 15, 2020
Ep.17 Vasco Vilaça
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.
Sep 12, 2020
Ep. 16 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.
Sep 3, 2020
Ep. 15 Flora Duffy
It's race week in Hamburg and as the WTS blue carpet is finally rolled out for what will be a standalone World Championship on a brand-new course just north of the city centre, Bermuda's triathlon legend Flora Duffy looks ahead to the hotly anticipated return to racing.
Aug 28, 2020
Ep. 14 Justus Nieschlag
With the news that the Hamburg Wasser World Triathlon will now also see the 2020 World Champions crowned in the individual as well as Mixed Relay events, we hear from Germany's Justus Nieschlag, fresh from his Arena Games win and ready to tackle real racing for the first time in 12 months.
Aug 14, 2020
Ep.13 Katie Zaferes
We catch up with the 2019 World Champion as she manages to remain upbeat despite the ongoing battles with Covid-induced chaos. As an athlete for whom preparation and organisation have been big parts of her success, the pervading uncertainty has proven hugely challenging but a handful of races back on the schedule have brought some much-needed focus back into life in Maryland, USA.
Aug 7, 2020
Ep.12 All-star Tokyo Olympic special
We are joined by Kristian Blummenfelt 🇳🇴, Miriam Casillas 🇪🇸, Flora Duffy 🇧🇲, Tyler Mislawchuk 🇨🇦, Summer Rappaport 🇺🇸and Henri Schoeman 🇿🇦 to look back over the 2019 Tokyo Test Event, take a close analysis of the course and look forward to the Olympic Games in 12 months' time.
Jul 31, 2020
Ep.11 Nicola Spirig
London 2012 Olympic Champion and Rio 2016 silver medallist Nicola Spirig reflects on one of the most iconic finishes in the history of triathlon. What gave her the edge? Brilliant planning and the know-how learned through years at the top.
Jul 24, 2020
Ep. 10 Arild Tveiten
"The knowledge these athletes have about their own training is probably the highest in endurance sport" - Norway head coach Arild Tveiten discusses the relationships he has built with the country's leading triathletes Kristian Blummenfelt, Casper Stornes, Lotte Miller and Gustav Iden as he looks to develop world beaters and Olympic champions from what was a standing start just ten years ago.
Jul 16, 2020
Ep. 9 Claire Michel
For episode 9, Claire Michel joins us to discuss the joy of the pursuit of excellence, her role on the Athlete's Committee and the importance of protecting athletes and kicks off a new campaign to find fresh team names for the international Mixed Relay teams starting, of course, with the Belgian Hammers.
Jul 10, 2020
Ep.8 Marc Austin
Following the sad news of his retirement due to a genetic heart issue, we catch up with Marc Austin to look back on the 26-year-old's career and find out what lies ahead for the 2018 Commonwealth Games bronze medallist.
Jul 7, 2020
Ep.7 Noor Khouja
Against all the odds, triathlon coach Noor Khouja and the Aleppo triathlon community at large have continued to build the sport and hold races out of the rubble of Syria's second city. In this episode, Noor reveals some of the triumphs and tragedies of the past decade that have made him more determined than ever to help young local athletes escape their fears and achieve their dreams.
Jun 26, 2020
Ep.6 Erin Baker
The first ever ITU World Champion, New Zealand's Erin Baker joins us to discuss her remarkable career, the mindset that drove her to greatness, and why she thinks that social media might have been the end of her career.
Jun 19, 2020
Ep.5 Lauren Parker
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 later she became the World Paratriathlon Champion in the PTWC category. In true fashion, Parker now sees the Tokyo 2020 delay as an opportunity... to seek to qualify in not just one, but three sports.
Jun 10, 2020
Ep.4 Tyler Mislawchuk
Canada's Tyler Mislawchuk joins us to reflect on a brilliant 2019 and an unusual 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.
Jun 5, 2020
Ep.3 Ognjen Stojanovic
We catch up with Serbia's ASICS World Triathlon team member as he reaches the end of two months stranded in lockdown in Mauritius
Jun 5, 2020
Ep.2 Edda Hannesdottir
The ASICS World Triathlon Team member dials in from Reykyavik
Jun 4, 2020
Ep.1 Georgia Taylor-Brown
A WTS Leeds look-back with Team GB's 2019 champion