Beginner Triathlete - BT Triathlon Podcasts articles

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photoMotivational and inspirational interviews of BT members beginning July 2nd, 2006
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photoComing off of a tibial stress fracture in 2000, stevebradley made his way into triathlon. Now he has over 60 triathlons completed and is one of the most active mentor groups on BT.
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photoThis month we talk with AdventureBear, aka Coach Suzanne on her coaching philosophy, approach to gadgets, training plans, missed workouts and strength training.
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photoTriathlon can cure smoking and drinking. Listen as to how taking up the multisport lifestyle has turned Dream Chaser's life around.
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photoHe is a truly dedicated triathlete that embodies that tri spirit "Never Give Up". I have read many of his helpful posts, inspires and caring thoughts.
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photo37-year-old Bill Fults is an age-group triathlete. But by day he's an Air Flight Paramedic. He also spent the better part of a decade as an Army Ranger.
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photoA new triathlon podcast series where we feature various active BT triathlon coaches and their training philosophies. This month we talk to 'Rocket Man' Brett Daniels.
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photoShe's back. We were able to interview Deanna Babcock, a triathlete who galvanized the forums over several months with her story of a tragic accident and subsequent recovery.
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photoNot only is he a great athlete, he is a great mentor. I have been in his mentor group for the last two rounds and he inspires and encourages our entire group daily.
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photoA husband, father and architect, Daremo strives to balance triathlon and life and is this month's Beginner Triathlete of the Month triathlon podcast.
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photoHe is a multiple Ironman, prolific poster, blog-inspire-leaver and PMer, and is moving through his injuries with grace, dignity, and continuing generosity for other triathletes.
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photoThe guy went from couch potato to Kona finisher and has set and accomplished some pretty awesome goals.
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photoAfter the slow weight gain to 260lbs from work and additions to the family, Cusetri finds his way into endurance sports...which led to triathlon.
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photoAfter starting the season with only the goals of raising money for cancer research, Stacey finds herself with the opportunity to go to the Long Course Championships in France.
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photoKeith Jordan of Endorfun Sports gives us his thoughts on the Mooseman Triathlon and the industry itself.
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