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The Inside Tri Show with Helen Murray brings you awesome interviews and special episodes from triathlon and beyond to keep you entertained and inspired while you train. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
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In Episode 2 of Inside Tri Show’s Road to Roth series with lifejacketskin.com, we speak to German adventurer and endurance athlete Jonas Deichmann. Jonas talked to us ahead of his attempt to break Sean Conway's World Record for the most long distance triathlons in a row. Sean Conway holds the record with 105 which he set in 2023 and Jonas is aiming…
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Former Challenge Roth Champion Belinda Granger is the final special guest in Inside Tri Show's Road to Roth series, brought to you by lifejacketskin.com. She's spent the best part of two decades coming to Roth, first as an athlete and now as part of the commentary team and as you'll hear in this interview, her passion is as infectious as ever. Beli…
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Former German professional triathlon couple Lothar and Nicole Leder are the stars of episode 5 of Inside Tri Show’s Road to Roth series with lifejacketskin.com. Lothar was the first person to go sub 8 hours for the iron distance, a feat he accomplished in 1996. In 2003 it was a double win in the Leder household, while Lothar beat Chris McCormack by…
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In Episode 4 of Inside Tri Show’s Road to Roth series with lifejacketskin.com, we hear from German professional triathlete Jan Stratmann about why he is so excited to make his debut at Challenge Roth. Jan grew up hoping to be a professional footballer, until a ski accident put an end to his soccer dreams. Although his Dad was into triathlon and did…
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In Episode 3 of Inside Tri Show’s Road to Roth series with lifejacketskin.com, we hear from Danish professional triathlete Daniel Baekkegard. He finished just off the podium in fourth place after a mechanical on his Roth debut, but he's hungry to return to the race that he describes as the best triathlon experience in the world. You'll hear why he'…
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In Episode 1 of Inside Tri Show’s Road to Roth series with lifejacketskin.com, we speak to Race Director Felix Walchshöfer, about what makes Challenge Roth one of the biggest, most popular and well-supported triathlons in the World. Roth has been part of Felix's life since he was first a volunteer at the age of 4. His late father Herbert was brave …
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Oncologist and 14 x Iron Distance Champion Lucy Gossage speaks to Helen fresh after finishing 3rd at the Montane Winter Spine Race on her first attempt and raising over £22,000 for MOVE Against Cancer Charity. You'll hear: Why Lucy entered the Spine race In depth about Lucy's final 24 hours, which at times felt like a living nightmare Why Lucy woul…
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Chrissie Wellington is a four time Ironman World Champion. She won all 13 of the 13 Ironman races she entered and set an incredible World Record, which stood for 12 years until it was beaten by Daniela Ryf. Since retiring, Chrissie has become a Mum and continued to inspire people around the World by dedicating herself to improve people's health and…
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Laura Siddall has been a professional triathlete since 2013. She is a multiple Ironman Champion and although she comes from Great Britain, she lives and trains abroad and has spend time in the USA, New Zealand and Spain. At the age of 42, Laura finished twice in the top ten at the Ironman World Championships in 2022. You'll hear: 05:00 Laura talks …
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Lucy Gossage and Nikki Bartlett don’t need much of an introduction to triathlon audiences. They’ve both regularly been on the podium across Ironman and 70.3 races over the last decade, Nikki won Ironman Wales 2023, Lucy won in Wales three times. While Nikki is still competing, these days Lucy works as an Oncologist and loves doing endurance adventu…
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After 9 months of training, a group of female listeners aka 'The Dream Team' head to North Wales, to take on THE ROC triathlon to inspire other women and raise money for MOVE Charity. THE ROC Wales offers a unique race format, involving a sea swim, cycling to the bottom of the highest mountain in Wales, a run up and down Yr Wyddfa, cycling back to …
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Hannah Saitch took the female win at Ironman Wales in 2022, she's notched up two top five finishes at Norseman and has qualified for Kona. She's also done some of the toughest triathlons and events in the World, from riding Wales in Day, to doing extreme triathlons. All while juggling training with her job as an anaesthetist and having adventures w…
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Natalie Lawrence swam competitively until she was 15, when she fell out of love with swimming, before being invited onto the development programme by British Triathlon. She competed at the World Junior Triathlon Championships and then moved to Loughborough to study and start her journey on the World Class Programme. But she soon developed an eating…
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Ruth Astle started triathlon in 2013 when she was working in the city. Still while holding down her corporate job, she became overall age group world champion at Kona in 2019 before turning pro. She got her first pro ironman win at Mallorca on 2021, she came 5th at the ironman world championships in 2022 in St George. 2023 has been hampered by inju…
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In 2019 John Haywood was diagnosed with two different types of cancer at the age of 45. The gym lover was told he may never be able to run again. So John brought a bike to build up his fitness. Three years later he cycled from Lands End to John o'Groats. The following year he completed Ironman Bolton, despite being knocked off his bike by a car dur…
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Lizzie Richardson is a runner from North Wales. She broke the women's record for the Paddy Buckley round in 2022, previously held by Jasmin Paris. Lizzie grew up in mid-Wales, with six sisters and had a very active childhood. At University she focussed on partying rather than running. In 2018 she supported her sister doing the Bob Graham round whic…
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Jess Learmonth is a firm fan’s favourite in triathlon. She swam until she was 15, but only came back to sport after taking time out to go travelling. She’d come home, was working in a supermarket and did a triathlon for charity. Little did she know how much that would change her life. Jess has gone on to become an Olympic gold medallist in the mixe…
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Tom Davies doesn't have a particularly conventional background as a professional triathlete. He cycled around the World at the age of 19, wrote a book about it while studying for an engineering degree and combined it with cycle racing at University. But the dream of doing sport as a living never disappeared, and within four years, Tom went from doi…
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Tom Bishop had a stellar season on the ITU circuit in 2017 and represented Team England at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. But after chasing the Olympic dream for years, he made the switch to middle/long distance racing at the end of 2022. In 2023 the Leeds-based athlete finished second at Clash Miami, before wins at Challenge Puerto Varas and Challen…
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This week’s episode is all about the Pan Celtic Race – a self supported bikepacking race which this year saw nearly three hundred people cycle around Brittany in North Western France, before catching the ferry to Portsmouth and then cycling to the finish line in Llandudno, North Wales. Host Helen and friend Lowri Bowen take on the shorter route as …
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We continue the interview with Matt Croyle and James Langford, two Strength and Conditioning coaches with British Triathlon. They answer listener questions, including how to find the time to do some S and C and how to fit it in to your week. You'll hear: In part 2 of the interview, I start by asking Matt what exercises people can do to help them ge…
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British Triathlon Strength and Conditioning coaches Matt Croyle and James Langford join us for the triathlete's guide to Strength and Conditioning. This is part 1 of the interview. You'll hear: 01:00 What is Strength and Conditioning? Optimising health around tendon, bone and immune system and that extends to sleep and recovery and then optimizing …
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Sophie Coldwell is having her best season to date in the World Triathlon Championship Series, with her eyes firmly set on qualifying for her first Olympics. She won her first WTCS race in Yokohama finished second in Abu Dhabi. The 28 year old has come a long way since doing her first triathlon two decades ago, when she was 8 years old... You'll hea…
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Kat Matthews doesn't need much of an introduction these days. The former Army Physiotherapist is a huge role model for so many people in the sport of triathlon. In this episode, she answers listener's questions, talks about how she has rebuilt her confidence and belief after her accident and talks about her future goals. You'll hear: 02:00 Kat talk…
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Mum, full-time vet and super Ultra Runner Jasmin Paris joins me on the podcast this week. Jasmin spent lots of time in her childhood in the mountains hiking. She only got into fell running after qualifying as a vet and she realised she had found her people. She famously won outright, and smashed the course record at the Spine Race in 2019, while ex…
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