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Last week I was invited to talk about my Ironman Canada experience by the hosts of Triathlete.FM This is a new radio show that will be broadcast live and available in a podcast. You can listen to their first show tonight at 5pm PST (8pm EST) by clicking here Hope you enjoy it and add it to your podcast library.
Happy training.


Lora Abernathy said…
Aw. I just missed it at 8:00 EST. Congrats on finishing IMCD!!!! Woo hoo!
Father-in-law said…
Great interview! But, we are biased. The Triathlete.FM guys are terrific as well.

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