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Legends of Triathlon 34 - John Duke

John Duke was the publisher and CEO of Triathlete Magazine, and has been at the forefront of the tri industry since the beginning of the 80’s. He's a man who's been in the game for a long time and has many great story. Athletically he has been racing since the early 80’s and he has finished Ironman as fast as 10:04. On this months show he shares many insights into the sport we love. 




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




Legends of Triathlon 32 - Steve King

While Steve King isn't known massively around the world he is one of the key names in the sport of triathlon in Canada. From the very start of triathlon in Canada Steve has played a big role in the sport. While he is known as the voice of the sport he's also been a big player in creating the success of sport in Canada. Outside of this Steve also completed many challenging endurance events. In this months show he shares many great stories from his time in the sport. 




Legends of Triathlon 31 - Lisa Bentley

Lisa Bentley raced for 20 years as a professional triathlete. In the course of her career, she has won 11 IRONMAN races, 11 IRONMAN 70.3 races (1/2 IRONMAN), several top 5 finishes at the IRONMAN World Championships, represented Canada on multiple National Teams and at the Pan American Games and was ranked top 5 in the world for a decade. She competed at the highest level despite having Cystic Fibrosis - a genetic lung disease resulting in chronic infections and limited lung capacity. Her CF was very controllable for much of her career and ironically, Lisa saw it as a blessing, which fuelled her passion for sport and excellence. In Lisa’s words, “every time I raced, I knew that my race served a higher purpose to give families hope that their children with CF could achieve similar things in life. And sport kept my lungs healthy so it was a double blessing!”

On this months show we have a great interview with Lisa. 




Legends of Triathlon 30 - Ken Baggs

Ken Baggs is one of the 'behind the scenes' guys who had a big influence on triathlon in Australia. He started out being a helper at the first Ironman in Australia and when on to become the race director for many of the big Australian races. Ken has seen the sport grow from some small niche product into what is it today. In this months show Ken shares many stories about his journey. 



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