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Matt Bottrill is one of the UK’s most successful time trialists, and has gone on to become a highly sought after coach, bike fitter and bike aerodynamics specialist. He was the natural choice for Kristian Blummenfelt to choose as road captain for his upcoming Sub7 attempt. We catch up with Matt to hear all about how the challenge came together, tra…
 
This week, we bring you all the action from St. George at the 2021 Ironman World Championships! A great interview with our roving reporter on the ground, and founder of Precision Fuel and Hydration, Andy Blow. Sponsors precisionfuelandhydration.com This show is brought to you by Precision Fuel & Hydration, who have a range of tools and products to …
 
Simon Maguire is an Age Grouper and has been a member of Team Oxygenaddict for the last two years. He’s been on an amazing, transformational journey in that time: he’s lost over 85 pounds in weight, and recently completed a self supported Ironman in memory of his Mum, who sadly passed away from cancer 25 years earlier. Along the way, he’s overcome …
 
Dr. Rebecca Robinson is a Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine and splits her time between professional sport, the NHS and clinical time at Center for Health and Human Performance in London, where one of her roles is to run the Long Covid clinic, helping patients get back to exercise more quickly. She’s also an elite mountain and road runner a…
 
This week, we have a Dave Scott interview from the archive, to talk strength and conditioning for triathletes! We cover: The kinds of S and C work Dave has done across his career, and how he feels it's helped him. The kinds of S and C work Dave has his Age Group athletes do - bodyweight exercises, weight training, pilates/yoga, and how that changes…
 
Jan Sibbersen broke the Kona swim record in 2018, recording an incredible 46.29. This is made all the more remarkable given that he was 43 years old and it was nearly 20 years since he’d retired as a professional triathlete! We hear the full story of Jan’s life, from his beginnings as an Olympic swimming hopeful, his quest to break the Kona swim re…
 
Richard Murray has had one of the most decorated triathlon careers - double World Junior duathlon champion, double African Triathlon champion, multiple ITU World Series event winner, Commonwealth Games Bronze medalist, and 4th place at the Olympic games in 2016. However, 8 weeks before the 2020 Olympics (in summer 2021), things changed in an instan…
 
Dan Dixon is a young talent from the North East of England, who has burst onto the senior scene this year with a win at the America’s Cup race in Clermont Florida, and then backed this up with a third place at the Sarasota race, behind former World Champion Richard Murray and Olympic relay silver medalist Kevin McDowell. Dan was British Elite Champ…
 
This week we have a true legend of triathlon on the show. Mark Allen is a six time winner in Kona, ten time winner in Nice, original olympic distance World Champion, and voted ‘The Greatest Endurance Athlete of All Time’ by ESPN. In this conversation, we hear about his career leading in to his first Kona win in 89, the epic battle with Dave Scott i…
 
This week is a special short edition of the podcast, aimed at giving you inspiration to breathe a new lease of life into your training ! The summer race season isn’t far away now - here are some coaching tips, stories and guidance to help you make this coming race season your best ever! Sponsors precisionfuelandhydration.com This show is brought to…
 
Steve Cram and his son Marcus Cram are race directors of The Northumbrian - a new triathlon festival at Kielder Water on 19th June 2022. Steve, of course, needs little introduction as one of the greatest track runners of all time - holder of World Records at 1500m, Mile, and 2000m, World Gold medalist and Olympic silver medalist over 1500m. His son…
 
Abi Carver, founder and instructor of Yoga 15, is a two-time 200-Hour Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Teacher and the new Yoga partner for Team Oxygenaddict. In this interview, she explains how the right yoga program, specifically focused on releasing tension in the appropriate muscles, is essential for an effective use of yoga as part of our triathlo…
 
Iain Hamilton is the race director of the Outlaw Triathlon race series in the UK - they have one full distance event, and five half distance events in 2022, with the launch of the new Outlaw Half Woburn event. We catch up with Iain to hear all about the state of the triathlon race industry moving into 2022, and what event organisers have in store f…
 
In this episode, Coach Rob talks through everything you need to know about how to structure training for your a full Iron distance, or half Iron distance triathlon. Covering frequency of training, session structure, week structure, block structure, and all the details of how to build the duration of your long swim, long run, and long ride - and how…
 
Heart Rate Variability is possibly the easiest to use tool that’ll make the biggest difference to the results you get from your training. Only train hard on the days when your body can absorb the training - and never waste a moment of your valuable training time again! Dr. Marco Altini is the creator of the HRV4Training App. In this episode, we div…
 
Sam Renouf is the CEO of the Professional Triathlete’s Organisation. We talk to him to hear about the success of the Collins’ Cup in 2021, the impact of increasing prize money on the Pro field, the launch of the new PTO Tour events, and hear how the PTO are opening up their races to Age Groupers this year. Sponsors precisionfuelandhydration.com Thi…
 
Pip Paxman took up triathlon as a way to get her sporting fix after leaving university and missing netball and hockey. Despite feeling like an imposter, she quickly found that she had natural talent at swim, bike and run, and qualified to represent GB in her first olympic distance triathlon. Despite the challenges of the pandemic meaning her events…
 
Paul Newsome from SwimSmooth.com joins us this week for a special edition aimed at helping you improve your swim stroke. Paul is one of the World’s most experienced swim coaches and stroke analysts, having been coaching swimming professionally for over 20 years. The swim smooth method has been adopted by British Triathlon and the ITU for their tria…
 
This week we have Dave Schell from Best Bike Split on the show. BBS is an online software package that will help you deliver the perfectly paced bike leg to ensure you get to the start of your run leg ready to deliver your best performance. Dave explains how to use BBS takes your power data, course info, and race day conditions to predict your race…
 
Age Group Special: Gareth Whittle. Age Grouper Gareth Whittle has a story that will inspire and motivate you to overcome any challenge that life throws at you. An adventure holiday in Alaska went horribly wrong for Gareth and his friends, when an unexpected storm, bringing heavy snow and temperatures of -40 degrees C, trapped Gareth and his expedit…
 
Chris McCormack is back on the show this week for a Christmas Special! The former multiple World Champion and double Kona Winner is now a major figure in the industry - one of the names behind Super League Triathlon, The Phoenix Foundation, and the Sub7Sub8 project. We catch up with Chris and get his views on the Olympics, this year’s Super League …
 
Ruth Astle has had a stellar 2021, with wins in the back half of the year at Ironman Mallorca and Ironman South Africa. We catch up with the popular British Pro to hear the story of her first professional Ironman wins! Sponsors https://www.precisionhydration.com/ - Multi-strength electrolytes that match how you sweat, and Precision Fuel 30 Gel and …
 
Sara Svensk won Ironman Cozumel 2021 in a new Ironman-branded World Record of 8.22.:40. This would be incredible enough, but, as we’ll hear in the interview, she did this on less than four months of training! After contracting Covid in May, Sara had ongoing health problems, including heart problems that ECG indicated could have been related to a he…
 
James Hall completed his first triathlon in his late 40’s, after one of his clients challenged him to enter an Etape sportif, and in his own words, he loved it. Inspired to take up swimming with a Master’s group rather than sit and watch his children train in the pool, he combined his love of swimming and cycling, added running, and set himself the…
 
Kristian Blummenfelt has just destroyed the World Record for Ironman, with his incredible 7.21 at Cozumel. He joins us the day after the race to tell us all about the race, the Olympic Gold medal, training at altitude in the solitude of the Sierra Nevada mountains. We also hear about his plans to be the first human to break the 7 hour barrier for I…
 
This week, we bring you a special edition on Winter Training for age groupers who want to complete an Ironman, 70.3, half or full distance triathlon next year. We cover all aspects of training, for the bike, run and swim, and cover the methods that we use with our Team Oxygenaddict coached athletes. In events, we cover the upcoming Ironman debut of…
 
Emma Pallant-Browne has had a stellar 2022, with three 70.3 wins, 3 more 70.3 podiums, 3rd fastest of the day at the Collins Cup, and 5th place at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in St. George. The former two time World Duathlon Champion has used the time in lockdown to really work on her swimming, under the guidance of new coach Tim Don, and …
 
Joe Skipper has had a fantastic season, winning both Ironman UK and Ironman Chattanooga, 2nd at Ironman Switzerland and 3rd at Ironman Lake Placid, as well as being picked to represent Team Europe at the Collins Cup. We catch up with Joe to hear about his races this season, his experience at the Collins Cup, his friendship with Lionel Sanders and S…
 
Andrew Garside completed his first Iron distance event at the Dalesman in 2021 at the age of 56. Despite not having started triathlon until his early 40s, and despite not considering himself sporty as a child, Andrew has discovered he loves pushing himself ! We catch up with him to hear his story so far, and how, as he puts it - “ you’re never too …
 
Emma Deakin is Head of Performance Health Services and Lead Physiotherapist at British Triathlon. Since 2009, she’s been part of the team from the English Institute of Sport coordinating the support for the British Triathlon athletes which has helped deliver multiple Olympic medals at London 2012, Rio 2016, and most recently Tokyo 2021. She’s also …
 
This week we have an Age Group story with Nigel Buxton. Nigel has been with Team Oxygenaddict since early 2017, and in that time has completed 17 half Iron triathlons and 3 full Iron distance races! A busy father of six with a full time career in the civil service, Nigel has tons of tips for making the most of your training time so that it doesn’t …
 
Rebecca Duxbury took the win at the first Outlaw Half Bowood 2021. Incredibly, she’s only been in the sport for a couple of years and has already won the 2019 World Age Group championships overall. We catch up with her to hear about her race at Bowood, dealing with a tough day at Outlaw full, the Zwift Academy, and her hopes for Kona. Sponsors http…
 
This week we have the story of age group athlete and Team Oxygenaddict member Jenny Graham completing Outlaw Half Bowood! Sponsors https://www.precisionhydration.com/ - Multi-strength electrolytes that match how you sweat, and Precision Fuel 30 Gel and Drink mix to ensure enough carbohydrate to perform at your best. Get 15% off your first order Wit…
 
Jon Knutson is an age grouper in the M40 category who just raced at the 70.3 World Championships, after qualifying at his first ever 70.3. He goes through everything you’ll need to know if you’re going to race that course- everything from travel logistics, where to stay, and a full course break down. We also hear about his journey into triathlon, a…
 
Harry Palmer took the win at the first Outlaw Half Bowood 2021. We catch up with the Bristol based young British pro and hear about his triathlon journey so far. Sponsors https://www.precisionhydration.com/ - Multi-strength electrolytes that match how you sweat, and Precision Fuel 30 Gel and Drink mix to ensure enough carbohydrate to perform at you…
 
Tom Crossland is an ultra runner with Cerbral Palsy, who recently completed Run To Refuge, a 1900 mile run around the coast of England and Wales, completing 50km a day over 90 days. Along the way, he raised over £20,000 to help the Tribe Freedom Foundation help victims of modern slavery. We catch up with Tom to hear all about his incredible feat! r…
 
He’s done it! Ross Davenport, 2x Commonwealth Gold medalist swimmer, and three time Olympian, completed the Outlaw Full distance triathlon - and we have him on the show to hear all about it! Sponsors https://www.precisionhydration.com/ - Multi-strength electrolytes that match how you sweat, and Precision Fuel 30 Gel and Drink mix to ensure enough c…
 
Andrew Horsfall-Turner turned heads with his recent course record breaking win at the Outlaw Iron distance event in the UK, going 8.26 in only his second Ironman! Andy is honest and open with us about his ambition - a former elite swimmer, Andy is aiming to break the swim course record out in Kona this year, as well as having ambitions on the overa…
 
Tom Robertson won the M40 category at Ironman UK this year, and finished 21st overall. We thought it would be a great opportunity to get to talk to a high performing racer, to hear the story of racing at the very pointy end of the race. We hear about his training, his planning for race day, and his mental mind set to staying relaxed, calm and enjoy…
 
Age Group Story : Dave Naylor completed Ironman UK as his first long distance event. He’s progressed from being a total non-swimmer - in his own words, he couldn’t complete 25m of freestyle in a pool in October of last year! We hear about his training journey, and the story of his race day at Ironman UK in Bolton. Sponsors https://www.precisionhydr…
 
Neil Duncombe completed his first Ironman UK in 2021, having started from the position of not being able to swim, and not riding a bike, in the summer of 2020! We hear about his challenges learning to swim during a pandemic when pools were closed for much of the year, and how his mindset of ‘just don’t panic’ got him thorugh training, his first eve…
 
Justin Metzler’s recent 2nd place at Ironman Coeur D’Alene has propelled him into the international spotlight. It’s easy to assume that performances come easy to a pro triathlete, but, as you’ll hear, Justin’s story is a long way from the ‘standard’ tale of lifelong athletic brilliance. As a 13 year old, Justin was a massive fan of Ironman triathlo…
 
Maya Kingma has burst into the global triathlon consciousness with her recent win at WTCS Leeds, and her 3rd place at WTCS Yokohama. We catch up with the Maya to hear about her incredible rise to the World podium, her love of being out in nature, and learn the mental visualisation techniques that have helped put her amongst the favourites for a med…
 
James Teagle is a British pro, who this year has won Outlaw Half Holkham and Challenge Gdansk. We hear about his races, his experience going head to head with Jan Frodeno and Patrick Lange, and his relationship with his coach Matt Bottrill. Sponsors https://www.precisionhydration.com/ - Multi-strength electrolytes that match how you sweat, and Prec…
 
Ruth Astle turned Pro at the end of 2019 after winning the overall Age Group race at Kona, and had her first pro win at Outlaw Half Holkham 2021. We catch up with Ruth and hear all about her race at Holkham, the return to racing post-pandemic, and her races at Ironman Tulsa and PTO Dorney. Sponsors https://www.precisionhydration.com/ - Multi-streng…
 
Josh Lewis won the Outlaw Half Nottingham race in spectacular fashion, swimming through the field, riding strongly and then unleashing a fantastic run to take the win ahead of Andy Horsfall-Turner and Tim Don. We catch up with Josh to hear about his triathlon career so far - representing Guernsey at the Commonwealth Games, racing SuperLeague Tri Je…
 
A special edition of the show, helping you to work out your optimal fuelling strategy for Ironman, 70.3, Olympic and sprint distance triathlon, as well as running and cycling endurance events. We cover the science of calorie intake, electrolyte intake, and fluid intake, as well as some personal experience and stories from the endurance world, to he…
 
Sam Laidlow has been making headlines recently, winning the PTO supported races 140.6 Inn in Spain, beating Cam Wurf, and then finishing 2nd in the French middle distance championships the following weekend at TriGames Cagnes. We catch up with Sam, first a guest on the show in 2019 following his scorching 8.21 Ironman debut at Lakesman (still the f…
 
This week we catch up with Iain Hamilton, race director of the Outlaw race series. Ahead of racing really kicking off for the UK summer, we wanted to get the story straight from the horse’s mouth - how will races be affected this summer? What will be different, what will be the same, and how can you prepare yourself for a race when the landscape lo…
 
Joe Skipper is one of the fastest Ironman athletes of all time, and a real favourite with our listeners. We have him back on the show for you this week to hear about his last 12 months - training in Lanzarote with David McNamee and Patrick Lange, training out in the UAE, and his races at Dubai, Texas, Florida and last weekend’s North American Champ…
 
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