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Podcast Addiction

I have recently discovered the wonderful world of triathlon Podcasts. You would be amazed at how many hours race reports, training tips, racing tip and information can be found in Podcast.

There a large number of professional Podcasts out there that are really informative. However, I just discovered The Age Grouper Podcast and can't get enough of it!

Check it out. Jeff and Eric will have you laughing out loud while you run or bike with their real life race reports and real life experiences of the average age grouper triathlete.

Another great feature of this Podcast is that it is an "enhanced" Podcast which means that if you have a video iPod (e.g. the newest Nano) then you can see photos associated with the topic of the Podcast. Very cool.


BEADLE said…
I'm eagerly awaiting your Penticton Post.

Jamie said…
Hey Erin,

Besides the Tac n Bigin podcast and The Age Grouper (which I love too) I'm a huge fan of Zen and the Art of Triathlon.

Simply Stu is pretty good too. Lots of gear reviews and pro interviews.

In Transit Duo is really good too, although they don't publish as often.

The Jettpack Show as pretty good too, but just ended. Very informal, but cool.

That is all of the ones I can think of off the top of my head, but I'm sure there are a few more that I listen to now and then.

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