Podcast: Craig Alexander On Kona & Lance Armstrong

  • By Triathlete Europe
  • Published January 17, 2013

Competitor Radio is one of the most recent additions to the Triathlete Europe website, and anyone unfamiliar with the numerous content pearls that it offers should check it out. This week there are two additions to our Competitor Radio offering.

The first is Greg Welch. Greg Welch is an Ironman champion, an Ironman Hall of Fame inductee and one of the best all-around triathletes to ever squeeze into a pair of racing flats. In 1999 he finished 11th in Kona and ran a 2:46 marathon off the bike, but that’s just the beginning of the story.

The second is Craig Alexander. Craig Alexander is the three-time Ironman World Champion and the Ironman World Championship course record holder. He came on with Huddle and me to chat about, among other subjects, his 2012 race in Kona, how he has changed his training and racing now that he is almost 40, and what might have happened if Lance Armstrong had raced in Kona this past October.

Check out both at Competitor Radio.

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