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This week on the podcast, Haley & Alyssa bring us two great interviews to recap the NCAA Triathlon National Championships that took place in Tempe, AZ on Saturday November 13. The first is with Kira Gupta-Baltazar, a Canadian athlete competing for the University of San Francisco, who was the champion of the Division 1 National Championship race. Ki…
 
On this week’s episode Alyssa & Haley chat with the photographer and videographer Holly Charles. Holly is the sister of last week’s guest, professional triathlete Lucy Charles-Barclay, and she has been at the helm of the Charles-Barclay media team for the last two years, creating videos and capturing the perfect Instagram photos to highlight Lucy’s…
 
This week on the show Alyssa & Haley are joined by professional triathlete and 2021 Ironman 70.3 World Champion Lucy Charles-Barclay. Lucy had an incredibly busy race schedule in 2021, competing across many distances and disciplines from Olympic Trials in swimming, to Ironman and sprint distance triathlons, and even a local 10k. She explains how sh…
 
This week on the show Haley and Alyssa welcome back professional triathlete and NCAA triathlon coach Kinsey Lane. Kinsey is the Head Coach of the women’s triathlon team at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, CO. The last time we heard from Kinsey was in January 2020 and she was just getting geared up for her own 2020 race season. While the …
 
This week on the podcast Haley & Alyssa catch up with Brazilian professional triathlete and two-time Olympian Pâmella Oliveira. Pâmella got her start in endurance sport as a young swimmer whose talent was recognized by her swim coach. She talks about growing up as an athlete in Brazil, and why she chose to stay focussed on short course racing to co…
 
On this week’s episode, Haley & Alyssa welcome back sport psychologist and former professional triathlete, Ruth Brennan Morrey, PhD. Ruth has a masters degree in Athletic Counseling/Sport Psychology, a PhD in Counseling Psychology, and a mindset coaching certification from Positive Performance Mindset Coach Academy. Since retiring from professional…
 
This week on the IronWomen Podcast Haley and Alyssa are chatting with professional triathlete Fiona Moriarty. Fiona made her Ironman pro debut at Ironman Florida in 2020 finishing in 5th place among a stacked field. She has her sights on the IMFL start line again this year and talks to us about her training leading up to the event. She also gives a…
 
On this week’s episode Haley and Alyssa welcome back professional triathlete Nikki Bartlett. Nikki is fresh off a second place finish at Lanzarote 70.3. She gives us all of the details about how her race unfolded, talks about her training days in Lanzarote, and what she loves most about training and racing on the island. Nikki was a guide to paratr…
 
This week on the show Alyssa and Haley are chatting with rookie pro triathlete Tara Grosvner. Tara made the leap up to the pro ranks in 2019 after quickly progressing through the age group field in the seasons prior. She talks about her decision to get her pro card, and how different it is racing as an elite. Tara has had a busy season of racing in…
 
On this week’s episode, Haley & Alyssa are joined by Paralympic Gold medalist Kendall Gretsch. Kendall fought her way to a gold medal in the women’s Paratriathlon Wheelchair (PTWC), winning the race in its Paralympic debut by just one second in an exciting sprint finish. She tells us what was going through her mind in those moments of the race, bre…
 
This week on the podcast Haley & Alyssa get the full run down on the 70.3 World Championships from the second place finisher Jeanni Metzler. Jeanni gives us all of the details on the race, what it feels like to be on the second step of the podium at the world champs, and how she is recovering from racing the gruelling course in St. George. Her incr…
 
On this week’s episode Alyssa and Hale catch up with retired pro triathlete and former co-host of the Triathlon Preview Show podcast Emily Cocks. She joins us to give her insider scoop on the upcoming Ironman 70.3 World Championship race, and the three discuss everything from water temperatures, to wave start times, to bike course profiles. With th…
 
This week on the podcast Haley and Alyssa chat with professional triathlete and lawyer Tamara Jewett. Tamara is fresh off a win at Timberman 70.3 where she posted a blistering 1:14 half marathon to run her way onto the top step of the podium. After bursting onto the 70.3 pro scene in 2019, Tamara was poised to have an all star season in 2020, but s…
 
This week on the podcast Haley and Alyssa are joined by two special guests, triathletes Alicia Allen and Lauren Dahlin. Triathlon is not the only thing the two have in common, they are also both Type 1 Diabetics. We hear from each of them about their diabetes diagnoses, how their lives have changed since then, and also how they manage their diabete…
 
On this week’s episode Alyssa and Haley bring us a special conversation with Belinda Granger, live from the PTO Collins Cup opening ceremonies in Samorin, Slovakia. They chat with Belinda about the innovative format of the race, captains’ strategies in picking matchups, and what to expect from the course in Samorin. We also hear Belinda’s inside sc…
 
This week on the IronWomen podcast Haley & Alyssa are joined by Paralympic cyclist Jamie Whitmore just days before she sets off for Tokyo. With so many changes to the paracycling schedule in 2020, Jamie was selected as an alternate for the US Paralympic Cycling team but was not able to secure a spot for The Games until just a couple of weeks ago. S…
 
On this week’s show Alyssa and Haley welcome back triathlete and Olympian, Taylor Knibb. Taylor, along with her teammates, recently won a silver medal in the triathlon mixed team relay at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. She tells us about her Olympic experience in both the team and individual events, what she did in the days between the two events, a…
 
This week on the IronWomen podcast Alyssa and Haley catch up with retired pro triathlete and Olympian Sarah Haskins. The three break down the results of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Triathlon races, and Sarah reminisces about the first mixed relay she did when it was introduced back in 2009. With over 50 career wins as a professional triathlete, Sarah is…
 
This week on the show Alyssa and Haley catch up with veteran pro triathlete Laurel Wassner. The three kick off the show with their reaction to the men’s and women’s Olympic Triathlon races, and Laurel talks about her unique tie to one of the men on the US Triathlon team. Laurel began her career as a professional triathlete in 2008, and has raced al…
 
This week on the IronWomen Podcast, Haley and Alyssa are chatting with cyclist and former collegiate swimmer Emily Cameron. Emily just finished bike packing the Tour Divide, a 2700 mile route that follows the Great Divide Trail along the continental divide from the USA/Canada border all the way south to the Mexican border. Emily had a decorated car…
 
This week on the show Haley and Alyssa chat with professional triathlete Brandi Swicegood. In 2018, Brandi left a 20-year career as a journalist to chase her dream of becoming a professional triathlete and set an example for her daughter. Brandi opens up about the financial and emotional stress of walking away from an established career and redefin…
 
On this week’s episode of the IronWomen Podcast, Alyssa and Haley catch up with professional triathlete Lenny Ramsey. Lenny also raced at Ironman Coeur d’Alene last weekend, and battled her way to an impressive 8th place finish despite feeling sick on the bike and run. She tells us about her heat management strategy for the race, and how she manage…
 
This week Haley & Alyssa are bringing us a very special in person recording live from Coeur d’Alene! First up is a pre-race check in. The pair celebrate actually getting to see each other IRL, give us the low-down on their pre-rae workouts and talk through their nutrition strategy for the bright and early 5am start. Then we get a post-race breakdow…
 
This week on the show Alyssa and Haley chat with rookie professional triathlete Clarice Lorenzini. Clarice qualified for her pro card at Ironman Florida in 2020 and raced her first race as a professional at Ironman Tulsa this spring. After a not-so-perfect start to the race, she tells us how she dug deep to get through the tough bike course and run…
 
This week on the IronWomen podcast Haley and Alyssa are chatting with rookie pro triathlete Mollie Hedba. In her first season of professional racing Mollie has jumped in with both feet, racing back-to-back weekends in her first two pro races ever. She finished an impressive 11th at Texas 70.3 and 4th at Florida 70.3 just one week later. Mollie is a…
 
This week on the show Alyssa and Haley catch up with triathlete and Paralympian Grace Norman. In 2016, at just 18 year old, Grace was the first ever Paralympic Triathlon gold medalist when the event made its debut at The Games in Rio. A budding collegiate runner at the time, she also went on to win a bronze medal in the 400m in Rio just ONE DAY aft…
 
This week on the IronWomen podcast we are bringing you a special rebroadcast of the Future of Triathlon panel from the Feisty Level Up Summit. The panel features Kelly O’Mara, professional triathlete and Editor in Chief of Triathlete Magazine; Sika Henry, professional triathlete; and Eva Solomon, race director at the Michigan-based Epic Races. Hale…
 
This week on the show Haley & Alyssa are talking all things women’s health with Dr. Tori Fewell, OBGYN. Inspired by a mailbag question about how to prevent saddle sores, we take a deep dive into soft tissues health for cyclists, fertility, grooming, and returning to cycling after childbirth. She gives us some information about egg preservation for …
 
First up on this week’s show Haley has a quick catchup with America pro triathlete Taylor Knibb, who is fresh off a win at WTS Yokohama this past weekend. Taylor’s victory there earned her a spot on the US Olympic Team and a ticket to compete in the Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer. At age 23, Taylor is the youngest person to earn a spot on the U…
 
On this week’s episode, Alyssa and Haley chat with professional triathlete Sophie Watts. Sophie made the move from short to long course racing this year, finishing 3rd at Galveston 70.3 and 7th at the St. George 70.3 last weekend. She tells us about what went into her decision to shift to long course racing, and how her career as a WTS racer has he…
 
This week on the show Haley and Alyssa are speaking with big mountain climber and trans rights activist Erin Parisi. Erin is currently attempting to be the first openly transgender person to climb the 7 Summits, which involves climbing the highest peaks on each of the seven continents. She is also the founder of the non-profit organization TranSend…
 
This week Alyssa and Haley catch up with professional triathlete and American Ironman record holder Heather Jackson. Heather has raced an impressive three times already in 2021, and she tells us how she used her winter stint in Tucson to roll into the spring ready to race. Heather held on to a podium finish at 70.3 Florida despite tough racing cond…
 
This week on the IronWomen podcast Haley and Alyssa are joined by author and swimmer Bonnie Tsui. Bonnie’s most recent book, titled Why We Swim, is explained as a love letter to swimming. In it, she explores the history of swimming and our complicated connection to the water as humans. She details her own experience with swimming, and shares storie…
 
On this week’s episode Alyssa and Haley chat with professional triathlete Lisa Becharas to hear about her 8th place finish at Ironman 70.3 Texas this past weekend. This was the first Ironman event in 2021, and Lisa tells us about what it was like to race there during pandemic restrictions.Lisa raced her first triathlon as a professional in 2018, bu…
 
This week on the show Haley & Alyssa treat us to two awesome interviews! First up is a mini interview with professional triathlete Beth Potter. Beth is a former Olympic level track athlete from the UK. She transitioned to triathlon in 2017 and has spent the last couple of years focussing on her swim and bike, which has paid dividends for her in tri…
 
This week on the IronWomen podcast Alyssa and Haley catch up with feisty legend Selene Yeager. Selene is a former professional cyclist, author, and accomplished journalist. In 2017, Selene co-authored the book ROAR with Dr. Stacy Sims which featured a chapter dedicated to menopause. Selene explains how the release of this one chapter exposed a mass…
 
This week on the show Alyssa and Haley welcome back professional triathlete Paula Findlay. Paula’s most recent races include a huge win at the PTO Championships at Challenge Daytona this past December, and a 7th place finish at Challenge Miami last weekend. She gives us a breakdown of how the race went for her, and how she prepped for a hot race in…
 
This week’s show features not one, but two great interviews! First up Haley & Alyssa catch up with professional triathlete Jackie Hering. Jackie was the third place finisher at last week’s Challenge Miami pro race; she gives us a recap of how the race went for her, and how her winter training in Madison, WI helped her prepare for this race. Our sec…
 
This week on the show, Haley and Alyssa welcome back IronWomen veterans Laura Siddall and Jocelyn McCauley. Laura and Jocelyn are both part of the Professional Triathlete Organization’s (PTO) Anti-Doping and Anti-Fraud Committee. They chat with us about why the PTO decided to outline its own policies, how the process is being laid out, and how memb…
 
Happy Women’s History Month to all of our IronWomen listeners. We are kicking off the month with a super fun interview featuring professional dog musher Erin Letzring. Growing up in northern Minnesota, dog sled mushing was a family affair for Erin and her siblings and parents. She walks us through a typical day as a dog musher, and tells us about w…
 
The summer race season is in full swing in New Zealand, and this week on the show Alyssa and Haley connect with Kiwi pro triathlete Rebecca “Bec” Clarke. Bec has two podium finishes so far, grabbing a third place finish at the Tuaranga Half triathlon and second place at Challenge Wanaka this past weekend. Her career in professional triathlon starte…
 
This week’s episode features two special interviews! Up first, we hear from Heidi Lueb. Heidi is an age group triathlete, mom, and currently in her second term as a city council member in Tigard, OR. Then Haley and Alyssa chat with Emily Swett. Emily is a swim coach, entrepreneur, and also a city council member in her town of Cody, WY. Both women t…
 
This week on IronWomen, Haley and Alyssa welcome back veteran pro triathlete Meredith Kessler. Despite the rollercoaster that was 2020, Meredith was able to make it onto four race start lines. She tells us how she keeps her mind and body fit to race even on short timelines. Meredith contracted COVID-19 in November of 2020 and she talks about what h…
 
This week Alyssa and Haley welcome back author, athlete and activist Kathryn Bertine. Kathryn retired from professional cycling in 2017 but has remained a fierce advocate for gender equity in the sport. Her most recent book Stand: A Memoir on Activism. A Manual for Progress details the ups and downs of challenges she faced confronting the injustice…
 
This week on the show Haley and Alyssa are speaking with writer and triathlete Nia Obotette. Nia is the author of the children’s book I Am A Triathlete which was released in 2020. She was inspired to write the book after realizing the widespread lack of representation of people of color in triathlon literature, and wanted to create a way for childr…
 
This week on the IronWomen Podcast Haley and Alyssa are chatting with ultra-runner Carla Molinaro. In the summer of 2020 Carla ran the Lejog Route in the UK which spans from Lands End at the southernmost tip of England to John o’Groats at the northern tip of Scotland, covering the 824mile route in a record-breaking 12 days, 30 minutes and 14 second…
 
Welcome to another week of the IronWomen podcast! This week on the show Alyssa and Haley are catching up with professional triathlete Alissa Doehla. We last heard from Alissa in December after the PTO Championships where she finished in an impressive 11th place despite crashing on the bike. She gives us an update on how her recovery has been going …
 
Happy 2021 to our IronWomen listeners! This week on the show Haley and Alyssa chat with professional triathlete Kat Matthews. Kat took her pro card in 2019 and has had a meteoric rise to success. In 2020 she was the champion at Ironman 70.3 Tallinn and Ironman Florida, where she also set a new course record. Aside from her athletic endeavors, Kat a…
 
This week, Alyssa and Haley speak with recently retired pro triathlete Erin Green. Erin is a Registered Dietitian with a focus on sports science and nutrition. She breaks down some common nutrition myths for endurance athletes, explains the value of proper nutrition for every athlete, and gives her best meal prep tips. Erin also tells us about her …
 
In episode four of our Train You Mind mini series Vanessa is teaching us her best tips on goal setting, and she talks us through the process of goal setting to goal getting. We learn what happens to our brain on goals, and why goal setting is so important. Vanessa also tells us why so many of us resist setting those big, scary, audacious goals, and…
 
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