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Legends of Triathlon 33 - Tim Deboom

Tim Deboom ended his swimming career at university and then thought he would start triathlon. In a short period of time he became a world champion age group champion at the Olympic distance. From there his career when from strength to strength to the point where he became the Ironman World Champion. He then went back the next year to repeat this amazing feat. In this months show Tim shares many of the stories from his amazing time in the sport. You can check out Tim's website here



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    Tim is the hero, and win the trophy of his swimming career with the greatest effort. The struggles and effort the men puts to achieve the title of the winner is actually the turning point of his life. The loser needs the excuses, but winner made his own way.
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