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Archive for March, 2014

Pete Jacobs

by on Mar.28, 2014, under Archive, Ironman, Road to Kona, triathlon

cmr2Pete Jacobs won the most important event in his sport, the Ironman Triathlon World Championship, in 2012. How did that win change his life, and how is he bouncing back from his tough race in Kona this past October?

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Frank Shorter

by on Mar.28, 2014, under Archive, Running

cmr2Frank Shorter’s gold medal in the marathon back in 1972 is considered the catalyst for the first running boom. He was also one of the first world class runners to train on the bike, weight train, and race duathlons. Frank is a great interview!

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Jan Frodeno

by on Mar.28, 2014, under Archive, triathlon

cmr2Jan Frodeno decided to do his first triathlon after watching the first ever Olympic triathlon on TV in 2000. Only eight years later, in 2008, he out sprinted the 2000 Olympic champion, Simon Whitfield, and won a gold medal of his very own in Beijing.

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Jason Brown

by on Mar.28, 2014, under Archive, Uncategorized

cmr2Jason Brown’s amazing Olympic trials free skating routine earned him a trip to Sochi, has been viewed nearly 4.4 million times, and his ponytail has over 4,000 twitter followers. The 19 year old Olympic bronze medalist filled us in on the whirlwind of the past few months and the type of training it takes to perform at the highest level in his sport.

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Bernard Lagat

by on Mar.25, 2014, under Archive, Running

cmr2Bernard Lagat came on to chat about his career, how he has adapted his training as he moved into his late 30’s, becoming an American citizen, his four Olympic experiences, his plans to make his fifth Olympic team, and his upcoming attempt to break the American record at the Carlsbad 5000.

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Marc Davis

by on Mar.25, 2014, under Archive, Running

cmr2Marc Davis is the San Diego native who ran 13:24 in 1996 at the Carlsbad 5000 to set the American record. Davis came on to chat about his running career and why the Carlsbad 5000 is such a classic event.

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Marko Cheseto

by on Mar.24, 2014, under Running

cmr2Runner Marko Cheseto from Kenya was in college in Alaska when he ended up losing both legs below the knee. Believe it or not, Marko is back running, and this weekend, while training with legendary coach Joaquim Cruz, Marko ran a 23.9 for 200 meters at the end of the workout. His story is amazing.

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Russ Pugh

by on Mar.19, 2014, under triathlon

cmr2It has been 25 years since Russ Pugh created the Vineman triathlon. Russ came on with us to chat about his legendary event.

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